The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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For All ol the Hones
Theus-Zachry Co;
VOL. 19.
NO. 81.




Dizziness, and a general "no
account" feeling is a sure sign

of a torpid liver. The remedy
13 Simmons Red Y Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form).
It exercises its greatest re
storative effect in the liver, yet
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Try its wholesome purifying
properties. It will give you a
good appetite, sound digestion
and make you feel well.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $!.00,
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per bottle. Look lor the kind i. Label.
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man. the traveling man, the
ladles and children. The ser-
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ble table Is set with the best that
can be had. Shprt orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention. Lunch
counter In rear of dining
Carmichael Building, Mag-
nolia Street,
Phone 39 Orala. Fla. :
torn 0, 10 and 11. Second Floor,
Holder Block.
Office Over Commercial Bonk
.lice Hours. 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to B
p. ra. Piione 211.
Funeral Directors
idertakers and Embalmers
ine Caskets and Burial Robes
Funeral Director.
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kes a hit with the EXACTING HUS
ND so have YOUR wife purchase
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pur prices are always as low as we
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Whether lanoeeat r Guilt?-, the
Drainage Kniclaeer llaa Dune the
Proper Thing;
Tallahassee. Sept. 3. MaJ. J. O.
Wrljjht. chief drainage engineer, has
filed with the trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund his resignation to
become effective October 1.
Wright's resignation follows the
making public by the trustees of the
charges of incompetency brought
against the drainage engineer, and
other charges, made by G. C. Pierce
and R. F. Ensey. and Wright's answer
to these charges. The trustees also
made a full investigation of the matter
on their own account.
Wright Say It In Politic-
In tendering his resignation to the
trustees. Engineer Wright wrote the
following letter:
"Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 2, 1912.
"Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Fund, Gentlemen:
"When I made a report on the drain drainage
age drainage of the Everglades four years ago.
I was fully convinced as to the feasi feasibility
bility feasibility of their drainage and the value
of the land when drained. I have not
changed my opinion on this subject.
"When I accepted the position of
chief drainage engineer, two and one one-half
half one-half years ago, I thought the matter
had been divorced from politics and
was to be carried on as a business
proposition. In thi3 I was mistaken.
During the last six months the Ever Everglades
glades Everglades has been the principal issue in
a most bitter and acrimonious political
campaign; it has been the subject of
criticlsjn and misrepresentation by the
public press. It has been criticised by
engineers and public men who have no
interest In the work and who have
never seen the Everglades. This tirade
of abuse and misrepresentation has
placed the entire project and every one
connected with it in a false light: it
has created dissatisfaction among the
many purchasers of Everglades lands:
it has destroyed the confidence of the
public in the project to such an ex extent
tent extent that the future of the work Is
jeopardized. In the face of this oppo opposition
sition opposition I have labored earnestly and
conscientiously to promote the recla
mation of the Everglades, advance the
nterest of the work and refute these
misrepresentations. But finding It Im
possible to accomplish the results de-
Ired, I wish to be relieved of the du-
les of chief drainage engineer as soon
s you can secure some one to take
the position and he can become ac-
uainted with the details of the work
o as to carry it on without interrup-
ion or loss to the state.
"I therefore tend this, my resigna-
ion, to take effect as soon as such
change can conveniently be arranged.
"Respectfully submitted.
"J. O. Wright.
"Chief Drainage Engineer."
Coupe, Who Saw RoMenthal Shot, Ha
Ileen Located In England
Liverpool, Sept. 4. Thomas Coupe,
formerly night clerk In the Elks' Club
In New York, an eye-witness to the
murder of the gambler, Herman Ro Rosenthal,
senthal, Rosenthal, was met by the detectives
when the steamship Lusltania docked
yesterday. lie was not placed under
arrest but was accompanied. Jo a hotel,
wnere ne reiusea to mane any state statement
ment statement until he had consulted with
"I am not going back to America,"
declared, Coupe.
Charlie William, Colored, Killed hy
mn Wife In Self Defenae
Martel, Sept. 4. Rev. J. B. Rooney
returned home from Cedar Grove last
Friday, having closed a series of re revival
vival revival meetings there.
Mrs. Minnie Gowing of Ililliard, who
came last week for the purpose of tak-
ng her sister, Mrs. Conner, home with
her, left with her charge last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mrs. Conner came here from
Ludawissa, Ga., a few weeks ago to
visit her sister, Mrs. T. E. Sullivan.
and while here was taken ill. She will
remain at Hill'ard until able to com complete
plete complete her journey alone.
The pretty woods just north of the
Beasley brothers' store was the scene
of a merry gathering of old and young
last Friday evening, who had assem assembled
bled assembled In response to an invitation from
Mr. Carl Ray and others to partake of
a pillau supper, said pillau being as
good as any we have ever had the
pleasure of putting out of commission
This together with other choice edibles
made a supper fit for a king. The
woods resounded with the merry
laughter of both participants and spec
tators of the various outdoor games
and It was not until a late hour that
all could make up their minds to go in
out of the beautiful moonlight night.
Such occasions as these break the
monotonous routine of life and tend to
make one feel that life Is worth llv
Among the members of the K. of P.
lodge of this place who attended the
lodge meeting in Ocala on Monday
night were Messrs. B. and T. V.
Newbern of Leroy, also J. C. and C. W.
Beasley, T. E. Sullivan, Buckshot" Wil Williams
liams Williams and the writer.
In a domestic quarrel early Saturday.
night. Charlie Williams, colored, sus
tained numerous wounds which were
Inflicted by a knife In the hands of his
wife, which caused his death about 9
o'clock Saturday evening. Williams
was employed by the Martel Lumber
Co. In its machine shops and Is said to
have been a good and steady worker,
but his short married life has been a
continuous succession of quarrels
which reached their climax at about
2:30 a. m. Saturday morning in what
proved to be a fight to the finish. In
which his 15-year-old wife proved her herself
self herself more than a match for him. The
coroner's Jury rendered a verdict In
her favor, as Justifiable homicide.
Mr. W. C. Ray. who has been spend spending
ing spending his vacation here with his par parents.
ents. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ray. re returned
turned returned Monday to AshevHle, N. C. to
enter upon his senior year at the
Bingham school. Carl's gentlemanly
appearance and cheerful disposition
make of each of his acquaintances a
friend and admirer.



It Is reported that a Chicago
L f,Jt l LJ L.-T-M
tici nrai iiuauunu uul in is i3 me
In Announcing that Great Britain Had
Demanded Arbitration In tbe
Panama Canal Matter
London, Sept. 4. Complete disap
proval was given last night by the
British foreign office of the so-called
official announcement that the British
government will formally demand arbi
tration on the Panama canal tolls mat matter.
ter. matter. "The lines of action which lio be
fore the British government are now
being considered and any announce
ment of this kind is premature." Such
is the full text of the statement given
out by the foreign office in reply to re requests
quests requests for details as to the reported
demands for arbitration.
II. II. Adami, Prominent In HiiMlneMM
and Soviet K.llled Hlninelf
In Chicago
Chicago, Sept. 4. II. II. Adams. n:
years old, whose home was in Macon,
Ga., committed suicide at a downtown
hotel yesterday by shooting himself in
the right temple. Adams left a brief
note asking that his father, C. M. Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, of Macon. Ga., be notified. Hotel
attaches say they did not know much
about Adams' movements prior to his
Adams was popular and prominent in
Macon, both in the commercial world
and socially. He was successfully en engaged
gaged engaged with his father and brothers in
the real estate and insurance busi business.
N. F. Peterson, conductor here, and
his family from Lakeland, started Sun Sunday
day Sunday on their annual vacation. They
expect to viSIt several poirts of prom prominence
inence prominence in Georgia, Tennessee and South
Miss Rosa Hammond has accepted a
position as assistant teacher at In Inverness.
verness. Inverness. Ed Diebert has returned from his
vacation. Crystal River News.
.1. I Hurst, the well known merch
ant, has been appointed enumerator of
farm products for Crystal River. H H-mosassa.
mosassa. H-mosassa. v ello and Bed Level.
Word was received here late last
evening of the death of Miss Bhida
Smith, daughter of Mr. Jim Smith, at
her father's home, three miles nirth of
Citronelle. The funeral service.- will
be held at Crystal River cemetery a
10 a. m. today. Rev. Ii?an will preach
the funeral sermon.
A little bird has whispered that
Clyde Jeffords and Miss Lily Holloway
will be united in marriage next Sun
day. Miss Holloway is one of the
charming young ladies with which
Crystal River abounds, while Clyde:
well, everyone will assure the hrile-
to-be that she need have no fear of
finding the larder empty with him as
We have it on good authority that
the postoffice authorities are Invest!
gating th removal of the mail clerk
from the Ocala to TTomosassa run, and




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actress is still living witk
f f i
season lor ireaK s lories.


there is great hope that lie will be re
stored to duty.
J. E. Brown of near Oello brought
into town Saturday a stalk of short
staple cotton which is literally cover covered
ed covered with bolls, and which, judging fyom
the height of the piece brought to the
News office, the entire stalk must
have been between six and seven feet
high. This cotton was raised on ham hammock
mock hammock land without fertilizer.
At 3-enst Two-Seore Live Were Loaf
Sunday In the Wextern Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania Floods
Pittsburg. Pa., Sept. 3. A total of
orty lives lost and property loss ex
ceeding $2. 000,000 measures the known
oil taken by Sunday night's flood, in
ives and dollars, but the effects of the
loudbursts will be felt for several
days yet in the stricken section which
akes in portions of Pennsylvania and
West Virginia. There were fatalities
in many communities, and in the coun-
ry region, while the effects of the tor
rential rains are shown in overflowed
rivers and creeks, which wrecked many
houses, and the deep gulleys washed in
he sides of the hills.
The farming country Is a scene of
lesolation. It is estimated that at
east 10.000 acres of fine corn that
was well on toward maturity have
een ruined.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 1" years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
abl? to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding. Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly r.pon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price .oc. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
A fine, full-blood, three-year Jersey
bull for sale. Can be seen at my
place, two miles south of town. R. O.
as heads of large enterprise? are men
of great energy. Success, today de
mands health. To ail is to fail. Its
utter folly for a man to endure a weak,
run-down, half alive condition when
Electric Bitters will put him right on
his feet In short order. "Four bottles
did me more real good than any other
medicine I ever took." writes Chas. B.
Allen. Sylvania, Ga." After years of
suffering with rheumatism, liver trou trouble,
ble, trouble, stomach disorders, and deranged
kidneys. I am azaln. thanks to Electric
bitters, sound and well." Try them.
Only 50 cents at Tydings & Co.
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. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford. N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

I 01

Why do 1he

refer to the
lady as"the
beautiful 99
and then
queer tHe
story by printing her por portrait?
trait? portrait? rVize for answer.
Also Why does it always
Take eidhT
t a 85 a
weeks lo del
a suspender
button sewed
on dnd a hat can
be trimmed in
two days?
S 'T
Representative of the Capltalint Clan
Aliened to be In the Same Claa
With the Meamara
(New York World)
The arrest of William W. Wood,
president of the $75,000,000 American
Woolen Company, charged with con conspiring
spiring conspiring to distribute dynamite In Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence during the general strike there
last winter, is an amazing one. That
there should have been evidence enough
to justify a grand jury in finding an
indictment seems almost incredible In
the case of a man so prominent.
Dynamite was planted, not by a
striker but by John J. Breen, a school
committeeman and small business deal
er of Lawrence. He gave it to various
persons who were arrested before they
could do harm with it in ignorance or
malice. Breen's connection with the
case was revealed later by accident.
Those who got the dynamite did not
betray him. To protect fellow-conspirators,
as was supposed, he did not tes testify.
tify. testify. The arrest of Wood after six months
is not due to the Lawrence authorities,
or to any activity of the Essex county
officials who treated Breen with such
strange leniency. Because the dyna dynamite
mite dynamite was, as supposed, bought in Bos
ton, the district attorney of Suffolk
county bestired himself upon receiving
a hint of the evidence in existence, and
secured indictments.
Ernest B. Pitman, "who built mills
for the American Woolen Company and
others, committed suicide a few hours
before lie was to appear before the
Boston grand jury. Now Mr. Wood is
arrested, along with a Cambridge dog dog-fancier
fancier dog-fancier charged with having trans transported
ported transported the dynamite to Lawrence. Sen Sensation
sation Sensation follows sensation.
If Mr. Wood, or any man of his class
and his interests, shall prove to have
been guilty of procuring the planting
of dynamite to discredit the strikers'
cause, what will become of the vir virtuous
tuous virtuous horror the rich millmen have ex expressed
pressed expressed at the violent talk and much
less violent acts of the Industrial
Workers of the World in Lawrence?
They will be tarred with a blacker
stick than misled dynamitards for
whom palliation may be found in ig
norance and want: they will be reveal revealed
ed revealed as rare hypocrites seeking to serve
greed and wealth by a crime of almost
unexampled meanness.
according to science, are the things as associated
sociated associated with our early life, such as
Bucklen's Arni Salve, that mother or
grandmother u?ed to cure our burns,
boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions,
cuts, sprains or bruises. Forty years
of cures prove its merits. Unrivaled
for piles, corns or cold sores. Only 23
cents at Tydings & Company.
CHAPTER XO. 13 R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocal3
Chapter No. 13. B. A. M., on the fourth
Frilav in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor. II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A new line of toilet requisites just
in. Geri's Postoffice Drugstores.
F' w, if any. meiieine. nue niew
with tlu- uniform uree? that ha? at attended
tended attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
remarkable cure? of colic and diarrhoea
which it ha effected in almost every
neighborhood have given it a wide rep reputation.
utation. reputation. For sale by all dealers.

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If Your Straw Hat
Looks too Bad to
Wear longer, Buy
a New one from us.
Our Full Line has
Arrived. : : :

F. E. McCLANE. M. D.
Specialist In Clinic Diseases

Ocala, Florida

Office, 333.
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52.

Notes Calls made by special appointment. Special Gealtc Urinary Cllnle

after 7 p. m. each day.


Bring Your Tires and

1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 10.00
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition .... -18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 0.50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only ,. .. 5.73
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.00
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12.8T
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c. 30c, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for lOf-
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for iron beds. $3.3 ;
SMITH'S. Back of Variety Store

A. T. Thomas, Pres.
The Woodmar

Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
Cement Blocks and all kind? of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Rfridences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti
mates furnished on request.


Florida Auato Sales Co.

North of Government Buildinft

Specialist In Diseases of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and Lung's
Buite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Corner of Public Iquare
Tnbes to be Vulcanized
J. Thompson, Manages
Sand & Stone Co.
In Automobile
doesnt' wait until he actually needs
supplies before 'getting them. He
provides himself ahead so as to be
ready for emergencies. He doesn't
buy any old kind of supplies either.
He buys' the kind we sell and the
more he knows about supplies the'
surer he is to obtain his here.
Ocala. Flo.




Rlttlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
II. R. Carroll, Husiness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

Entered in the postofflce at Ocala.
Fiji., as second class mail matter.

fer to. And the deuce of it l, you can't
tell who ii going to be sore till the
damage is done. For that reason, we
have decided not to print any more
dafTydil unless they refer only to peo people
ple people like Ty Cobb. Taft and Teddy, who
mut pay the penalty of greatness.



Grahamville, Sept. 4 As regular a3
the months go round, in one day of
each, a daddy in Grahamville deposits
In an Ocala bank one "bone" for fu future
ture future allowance fund in educatinz hi?
?on, who is now one year old lacking
one day. The boy's mother and
father check him right up to time, the

Mr. J. J. Drown, the Ocala Northern twelve calendar months and the twelve
enelneer. "ho was Injured in the wreck dollar. balancing.

I C. 1. U. ililll

(Mrs. E. Van Hood. Editor)


The Palatka board of trade celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated the opening of a new steamer line
on the St. Johns Monday night in gala
style. The board has been largely In Instrumental
strumental Instrumental in securing thl new line,
which will utilize Florida's chief wa waterway
terway waterway In giving lower rates and good
service to the people and other towns
along the St. Johns. The inauguration
of this service is a straight tip to

Ocala people, who by both the Rents!
railroad and Oklawaha river are able
to make connection with it.
A pleasing feature of the event was
an excursion on the new boat. The
Times-Union's Palatka correspondent
speaks of it as follows:
The Palatka military band gave an
open air concert at the foot of Lemon
street before the boat pulled out, after
which the several hundred members
and friends, together with the ladies,
embarked upon the commodious craft
which, at 8:30, pulled out for a spin up
the river.
A regular meeting of the board was
held downstairs, President Davis be being
ing being in the chair. Several Important re

ports of committees were read and re received,
ceived, received, following which Messrs. K. I'.
Rentz, president of the Ocala Northern

Railway; Muncaster, secretary of the
Ocala Board of Trade; Bates, secretary
of the San ford board of trade, and
others made timejy and progressive
talks, which were well received.
The Kennedy Is a typical Mississippi
river corto craft renovated to suit the
requirement of St. Johns river traffic,
both freight and passenger, and is not
only ample in size but speedy as well.
Tbe new line will doubtless be accord accorded
ed accorded a liberal patronage by the traveling
and shipping public.

on that road yesterday, died last night
at the Marion County Ho-pltal.
Mr. P.rown did not seem :at the time
of the accident to be dangerou.-ly hurt,
but his Injuries were internal and he
never rallied from them. He was n-t
aware how badly he was hurt, but was
conscious and rational until a short
time before his death. His wife was
with him when he died, having been
brought in from Silver Springs by the
railroad people to be with her injured
Mr. Brown was about thirty years f

age and was a good engineer. He had

been with the Ocala Northern about
two years. He and his wife had been
making their home at Silver Springs,
but Mrs. Brown will take her hus husband's
band's husband's remains to their old home t
Newberry for Interment. The arrange arrangements
ments arrangements are In charge of Mclver & Mae-Kay.

The famous Oklawaha river valley of
which Grahamville in the time long;
ago was the trade center, and will be
so again in the new history, is now
blooming, like a morning glory on
dewy morn. The new railroad Is plant plant-el
el plant-el to the river now, blazing its way to towards
wards towards Lynne.
The wierd old Oklawaiia is to be
much improved and the water route
which this valley enjoys will be the
great issue.
The oranges are coming back and so
is the trucking.
The national park reaching the river
both north and soutX is the hunter's
paradise, and it will in time be th

army and nying-mens piaygrouna an.i
"working out" field. A. A. G.



Dr. Harvey W. "Wiley, of pure food
fame. Is an enthusiastic supporter 't

Gov. Wilson. He indignantly denies
that Col. Roosevelt forced the pure
food bill through Congress, as Is claim claimed.
ed. claimed. "Mr. Roosevelt did not support te

bill until he became aware that a tre

mendous public sentiment existed In in
favor," says Dr. Wiley. "Then he took
It up as a popular move and as soon as
It became operative and it was seen to
hamper the operations of food adulter adulterators,
ators, adulterators, he appointed the Remsen Board,
which completely emasculated th law.

Just as it was intended it should.' Tr.

Wiley says he was brought up a re republican
publican republican and taught that Satan's realm
was popular chiefly with democrats,
but he has changed his mind and will
do all he can to aid in the defeat of
the Bull Moose ticket and the regular
republican nominee.



i Commercial)
Homer Carpenter and Will Brazier
went over to Dunnellon Tuesday to
play with the ball team of that city
against Ocala Wednesday.
D. W. Tompkins of Ocala, after a
few days' visit to his brother, H. W.
Tompkins, returned to Ocala Sunday
accompanied by his mother, Mrr. Mar

Florence Edith, infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Richie, died at
their Montclair home of erysipelas in
its most severe form, August 27th.
J. N. Ball, of Ocala. is substituting

for Miss Mahoney at the office of the
Eclipse Orange Grove Co. Mr. P.all has
had a varied experience in stenograph stenographic
ic stenographic and office work, and is the traveling
representative of the Florida College
of Commerce, a' well known Ocala in institution.
stitution. institution. Born, Friday. August 23. to Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Whitcomb, of Tangerine, a
ten-pound son. Mrs. Whitcomb was
formerly Miss Alice Richey of Lees Lees-burg.
burg. Lees-burg. Mother and son doing fine.

The progressives and the democrats
won the honors In the Vermont state
election Tuesday, for, although the re

publicans carried the state on a plural plurality
ity plurality vote, there was no election by a
majority vote, arid the choice of a gov governor
ernor governor was thrown into the legislature.
There the republicans will have a suf sufficient
ficient sufficient majority to elect Allen M.
Fletcher and the remainder of the state
The vote for the five candidates for
governor from all of the six cities, and
from 196 out of 240 towns was:
Allen M. Fletcher, republican. 22,366.
Harlan BN Howe, democrat, 17,504.
Rev. Frazer Metzger, progressive, 13, 13,-630.
630. 13,-630. Clement F. Smith, prohibition, 1.341.
Fred W. Suiter, socialist, 976.
The democratic vote was much larger
than It was two and four years ago.
m;t, .. r ;
iiiJiLni'ft iiil nlfnfJAi'fJiiAcv-
Kegarding the recent postofflce reg regulation
ulation regulation -and one of the effects the civil

service j s ;l)avng''6n, gdVerhrnentj jeui?
ployes. .tbelmes-'tJnMori'l makaa the,,
following jpertlnenV re'marks! -n '.,..

The? American cUlzeh' 1 may br supr
posed to have acc'epte'd' the Vu"by this
time that every1 good tMlnfe cotnes.ito.

him by, the special favor "of I he-j federal

government, nut when if isj proposed
to prescribe rest as a medicine some
consideration might ber showni-those
who 'are ealleJ.. by Gdv. Marshall '"the,
goats!' it Is Very much t-o be -reigret-j;
ted -that each ., of "Us'lsr trnabU -tp ret
absolutely -every Sunday witlv a month's,
reatduninff the year,1- tmt "when the;
government begins t6"conferboqns on
the tfavwed we. want to knowi who are
to be fiiraluded. in the preferred Hat.
It-ffcr'-oow some 'years sinee'itbe jre-,
pubWoan .arty.' some democrats
prescribed the lvll sf6'rvlc'-"law ; as a,
necessity. of pood goWrnmentp'iwhat
hasubeen given .us"? Is' the1 attempt,at
protection anything but a delusion and
a sTtare-? .Under the shelter of1 thislaw
It Mar still-supposed by srome.that jtb.e,
offteialJa protected against 'political
bosses that, preferment eo-mes by merit,,
an c precautions' are 'offered f or i ef
filency-r in-' the, public'' service. i: Take

the? case .of a postal 'clerk; tie is- esten,-r.

eltrty wider the' p'rotectlbn tit the law
bwf'the performance of 'his .duti&s ,-4a
hedged In by" a lot of mlrrtite.' prescript
Hows hwhloh remind" us'"'Gf nothing ao
murph as the- castefcceremonlea byiwhijeb,
tfohie; hope to push" their ;way into
hearen.-r- While' the superior-Is content
theiinfri-or la 'safe," btrt whenJhlsKabt
ene- becomes' more"'deslrable than his
eompanynpre s no trouble about Ini?
medlata.d,isacharge on any one of many
ftechnU? aliJLjes he '"knows K-e 'ittust ikeep

u.faisJjo4'tyc.aj paym'fentW Jut a:if no
iclvU aejycplawprotec'te'd hirru.
.i-A. poatmaster'jpre'sfvll'n1 oVer'arvoffioe
Mf, dhe flatoy 'second1 'class L'tftlH a fair
salaj-jr, buXcipate '6'f feinderingtser feinderingtser-4nlce
4nlce feinderingtser-4nlce to. hjs pa.rty-h"is"of nee" Is'farnista-
ed ltrv. hlpi, ')ut''h'e "p'oVtrnfester is re re-qLred(to
qLred(to re-qLred(to furnish 'all the -necessities for
i4fceotWndn)c'jass',''ofnlc'e. 'and' then.the
J-governn.t.claifms tlr'' Vehts'paidfor
iUf-Qxer;WJfJen riV successor a-rrives
t thatm-opflrtjy Is''ori 7His hantlsi-except

another.ui Whert a man

another who

The Ideal Cltjr
What makes the city great and strong?
Not architecture's graceful strength.
Not factories' extended length.
But men who see the civic wrong.
And eive their lives to make it rght
And turn its darkness into light.
What makes a city full of power?
Not wealth's display or titled fame.
Not fashion's loudly boasted claim.
But women right in virtue's dower.

Whose homes, tho humble, are great
Because of service to the state.
What makes a city men can love?

Not things that charm the outward

Not gross display of opulente.
But right, the wrong cannot remove.
And truth that faces civid fraud
And smites it in the name of God.
This is a city that shall stand,
A light upon a nation's hill,
A voice that evil cannot still,
A source of blessing to the land;
Its strength not brick, nor store, nor
But Justice, love and brotherhood.
The Christian City.
D1I n tine am at Five Crntit a filam
You have heard of the benevolent
old lady who endowed South Sea mis-

isions with the profits of baby-killing

Tou already know of the kindly pa patriarch
triarch patriarch who amassed a million from a
remedy which substituted the cocaine
habit for catarrh.
Not less noted is the spice manufac

turer who discovered ground olive pits

as an adulterant for mustard.

Then, too, there is Portuguese Joe, of

the Barbary coast. whose standard

price for shipping unwilling citizens on

South Sea -cruises is $20 per head.

Nor is it unfitting to include In this

distinguished company sundry East
Side paladins who engage to alter the

Says Addison F. Andrews in Life:
The origin of baseball Is lost in the
mazy labyrinths of prehistoric antiqu antiquity.
ity. antiquity. That is it older than the Bible
there can be no doubt, for the Good
Book starts with the words, "In the big
inning." A little further on we are giv given
en given some particulars, showing that Eve
"stole -first," Adam "stole second," and

the serpent "slid home." Genesis VI. 4,
reveals the astonishing fact that "there
were Giants in the earth In those days."
Job alludes to the "children of base
men." XXX. 8. and In Isaiah XXII. 18.
you will find the words. "He will sure surely
ly surely violently turn and toss thee like a
ball into a large country."
Nor did the interest In the game
lessen with the advance of the centur centuries.
ies. centuries. "Catch and hold," said John Hey Hey-wood,
wood, Hey-wood, about 1563. Shakespeare hints

at the game frequently. "To what base
uses ye may return, Horatio." and "a
hit. a very palpable hit,',v" are familiar

quotations fronairarrile't. Tn" Macbeth
he1 says. "Fair is foulT anil TtTnr i f4r,"
and in Richard III. "Pitchers have
Other famous authors 6t farmer days
referj unmistakably, to baseball. "Afraid
to st,rike," says "rJpe; "Delayed '.to '.to-strike,".
strike,". '.to-strike,". .says ..Miftpn. Thomas--Campbell.
'in "Lochie'I's" Wafriing, Tises 'the

words, "With hjs back to the field,"
evidently referring' to' some famous
pitcher of his time, and the-Earl of
Chesterfield tells of "a great fcrugh dia-

mo-nd. Bat why multiply -fnstancrtsi'

The"game of baseball always was) ip
now, and eveEi&hall beA.the greatest of


Levon. Sept. 4. Mr. E. 1'. Rentz of
Ocala was a pleasant visitor to Levon

Mr W. J. Frink spent Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon in Ocala.
Mr. Charles Miller of Ocala was a
Sunday visitor in Bevon.

Mt. Billy Harrison was shaking
hands with old friends in Levon Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Miss Thelma Gaulding and sister,
Gladys and brother. Master Bennie.
were Ocala visitors Sunday afternoon.
Mr. V. I McDuffie has accepted a
position with the Melton Lumber Co.
as sawyer and left Friday to take up
his new duties.
Mr. Troy Hall of Wold wood was a
visitor in our town Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Goodwin after a
week spent at Wekiwa Springs, is at
home much improved in health.
Mrs. J. S. Waters and daughter. Miss
Julia, after a month very 'pleasarHly 'pleasarHly-spent
spent 'pleasarHly-spent at Green- Springs, arrived Sun

day night. :

Mr. and llrs. J. G. Culpepper and Mrs.

Fahanbach visited Ocala Tuesday.

Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Hpe-ittcations Furnished
Upoi Reauest.
1211 South Third Street



Sidney Mahoney, who had his arm
broken ibont two weeks. ago, is doing

very nicely.

. Air. liearusiey neid a very gooa innie
reading at the home of Mr: W. S.
Roddenberry last Sunday to a very
good" 'audience. ' ' ''
Your' correspondent spent a 'week at
Sharp's Ferry recently at' the home of
Mr. Henry .Hogan, who is the bridge
tender at that pla'ceancf enjoy-ld sev several'
eral' several' good meals of fresh fried fish.
Mr. JE. P. Rentz has his road com completed
pleted completed to the river from" this side.1,
, Mr. Arthur Roddenberry of Leroy

nas accepted a position with Taylor

Bros, and Is now delivering Ice ;in the

city. '
Mr. W. II. Mullin has the first story
of a nice house raised and enclosed and
almost ready for occupancy. Mr. Will Will-Tarn
Tarn Will-Tarn Rickel is the contractor.

' 'Mr."'Hazelto.n has moved utv in -the

eityro be nearer his work.""' si
Mrs. Fannie. Mills and children and

her mother .and, broth'er moved Mon

day from the C.pnway house td one of;

tnose-new nouses near tne out jail.

Mrs. Johnson and son occupy the

Jim Engesser ho.use.,

Mr. George 'W Roddenberry and wife
of CItronelle, have been the guests of
their brother and sister,' Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Roddenberry.
Mr. Duffle. Peeples and wife visited
the family of Mr. "Ronnie' Peeples at
Kendrick .Sunday.

for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
Phi In. Smelllne & HeFlnlng Company
NCt ( beMlnut st Philadelphia, Pa.

We will buy your Gold Fillings,

Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest

prices paid.


FOR RENT Office? In Holder Dalld Dalld-ing.
ing. Dalld-ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, all
modern conveniences, good location In
residence portion ot the city.' "AppMy
at this office.


FOR SALE Guavas, at $1 per 'crate.
Mrs?. ( Robert Rryson, Winter Haven,'
FOR SALE Two-cylinder. Indian
motorcycle, 1911 model. In good condi condition...
tion... condition... Price, $150, cash. See Otto
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my 4-year-old
mare or will let for feed.
Perfectly gentle, works anywhere. J.
M. Gates, Jr., Anthony, Fla.

parr, ac

features of any designated enemy for
the slight stipend of 110 and guarantee
permanent disability for $25 per capita.
But, behold Herod out-Heroded.
These little rascals are amateurs, ver veritable
itable veritable babes in villainy. Dr. Charles
May, of New York City. Is authority
for the statement that thousands of
men have been blinded by cheap whis whisky,
ky, whisky, diluted with wood alcohoL
Of all the harrowing stories of greed
this is beyond doubt the most appall appalling.
ing. appalling. That wood alcohol, a deadly poison,
is sold without discrimination to scoun scoundrels
drels scoundrels who esteem the pitiful profit of a
penny beyond a man's eyesight la a
matter which demands immediate at attention
tention attention from the community at large,
and not least from the liquor dealers'
The manufacturers of whisky and
the more respectable element in the
trade can't act too quickly in pro

claiming their detestation of this

The crimes laid at the door of the

saloon are already far too many, but

even the Borgian age offers no infamy
equal to blindness at five cents a


Woodrow Wilson and Tom Marshall

are both total abstainers. Might it not

be possible that the present high post

tlon of the above named gentlemen is

due to the fact that they are "total ab


"The Sunday lid Is on tight in. Pa

latka." All morality and right living

follow in the train of temperance.
Good Xevra
Another county swings into the dry
column. Santa Rosa says "no saloons
for us."

A ConfeuMton
I am the greatest criminal in history.
I have killed more men than have
fallen in all the wars of the world.
I have turned more men into brutes.
I have made millions of homes un


I have transformed many ambitious

youths Into hopeless parasites.

I make smooth the downward path

for countless millions.

I destroy the weak and weaken the


I make the wise man a fool and

trample the fool into his folly.

I ensnare the Innocent.

The abandoned wife knows me; the

hungry children knows me; the par parents,
ents, parents, whose child has bowed their gray
heads in sorrow, know me.

I have ruined millions and shall ruin

millions more.

I am Alcohol. Living Water.
The great surgeon and physician of
Baltimore, Dr. Howard A. Kelly, char

acterizes alcohol as a dangerous drug
and corrupting agent.

"Upon this subject, I am speaking as
a physician, with thirty-two years' ex experience,
perience, experience, and as a citizen deeply in interested
terested interested in public affairs. As a citi
zen I further note that alcohol is one
of the most dreadful and insidious of
all corrupting agents known to men In
debauching legislatures and robbing
our citizens of the results of their la labors
bors labors rat'. the Italrot boxy .making a gov government
ernment government of the people, by the people,
f ortfie ,peop)e a farcical phrase, whjle,
Kiiwa lAlcohol sits ""enthroned, in th
Ipe-Islntlve halt-

i . -. i. it
"As a citizen I note thaLU Js aVcoho

w?hJri nils our prisons, whjether taken
in be form of a stronger beverageas
whtsky, or beer a3-.rejirejna,tive of

theiilder beverage


When a bank is distinguished by fifteen veais con continuous
tinuous continuous service to tbe people in its locality, there is
litfle question as to the quality of its Security and its
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank enjoys the confix
dence of each individual it serves and it is proud of
this possession.
It welcome new customers and will extend, to
them the same prompt and courteous consideration ac accorded
corded accorded those who have been with it for years.
And your business airaiis in its hands will enjoy
the benefits of fifteen years banking experience. v
Ocala, Florida


FOR RENT 131 South Watula
street, 2-story, seven rooms, large- lot.
$15. II. C. rackham. .,

WANTED A second-hand gas stove
or hot plate at once. Phone 183.


no employe pf

byj&be fjayacof another .ui W
'1mi .ihaprorty;''bf L ar

shuld ge.ttfie nicfr.eV"
'o(..T law 'requires' that'

".ith,jitovrme(nt shaYT- be"-required :to
'"ilaboc np9eJ,thiln, eVgSt fnours the rejg-

juiuop3ror jne uejpart
j pernJ.utyes must' b

yo.QjKwin the time' set ounr
"I done Jtx .Jth,e'iforce' -give. What
o.pens, ?iyr& anot a-'po1of nee J
country .where (He statute Is not


Wanted, a second ha'nd'&as range or

hot plate. Must have' same at once.
If you have one, call up phones 133
or 183. !'.

tment 'reqairethat

be performed! .The

nostinaaater Js given a certain- force with

vAwbUJtijo nerforni thesV duties with the
knowledge from 'all' eclncernedt that the

' wewkwin the time' set cannot! be

'hat Jiap-

Ln the


"..A Ypr,y 4ay".ln tllte yVar.-'.-The faat is

mat tne regulations of the 'department
.vreQUire the postmaster to break the
.. Jaw, f on peril 6f 'dismissal. ...
J" ..Nowcomes' the 'orter tha-t .thej man
. i . ..' a uux i-un see-ms. mai but
' the. man lwhd'''d6ies''ftot' jwust wait till
j .Mondajr for h'fs te'tters It a -business
corporation "so 'forc its customers' to

Day niicner ror TeiruiaT service: mererv

..-iy,.a deciaratfo'n." wl(at'wau:ld...Ve ;said?
' We believe the American should rest

more, but we are" not sure that rest'

-shvul4!' be forced upon him. However,
if we are td bte axe. t ha t, the govern -'
. ment Vmployrs-Tway -CAst, we wan'1 the
burden to fall on all equally, not on
those least able to bear the burden.

For ?V- Wft will .ship, you a

, Mrs. Henry II. Rodgers, widow of the
Standard Oil magnate, died suddenly
on a train just as it was drawing into
the Grand Central station. New' York
City, the other day. Mrs. Rodgers was
62 years old. Her hxisband, who pre preceded
ceded preceded her in death, was one of the
country's foremost captains of industry.


. Wi::

exclusive V y -;

' Advertising




A well improved farm of twenty
pcres, southeast of Summerfleld. Good
house, barn and granary, good chicken
houses and .rung; two horses and
wagon and harness." Will sell stock
separately or with farm. O. H. Eaum,
fcummerneld, Fla. P. O. Box 98.

"Queen of Sea Routes"
From Jacksonville to
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Itostoa and Providence

Fina steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C AVERT, Agent,
. Jacksonville, Fla.
.1 D. JONES. C. A..
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
"Finest CoamtwUe Trip la the World"



nice guavas.

burg, Fla.

crate of

Mohr & Son. St'.! Peters-

ir Governor Blease was half so bad
as he has ben painted why was he not
impeached? Or why is he not arrest arrested
ed arrested now? St. Augustine Record.
Bringing Blease Into court would
probably have proven that most of the
charges against him were political ly ly-Inff.
Inff. ly-Inff. and that would not have suited his

N Daffydlls are generally amusing to
those who read them, but sometimes
they 5if not please those whom theyTe-


The marked formerly known as the

Ollle Mordis is now open. "Will keep on

ha"nd a .supply of fresh meat and fish

Orders, .by phone Will receive prompt

attention. Phone number 315. Come

to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.


Rathe the face and hands of a person
si:k with fever with DARBY'S PRO

PHYLACTIC FLUID in a little water.!

It reduces the fever, allays irritation
and revives the patient wonderfully.
Apply the fluid to a cut. sore or wound.
It heals in half the time required by
an ordinary liniment. Take it internal internally
ly internally for cramps, colic or dysentery. It is
a marvelous relieving remedy. Price
.'0 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.



Get your certificates framed
Ocala News Co.

at the

At one dollar and "twenty-five cents
a -crate. delivered. Address, J. D.
Raugh, Winter Haven, Fla.

If you knew of tho real V3lue of's Liniment for lame back.

soreness of the muscles, sprains anfl
rheumatic pains, you would never wish
I to be without it. For sale by dealers.

Possession SalurJay or Monday. ;
Good location In second ward. Apply

at Star office or W. O. Massey.




Tbe Great Blood Pnrifier and Nerre
Tonic, for Rheumatism, Kidney and

Bladder Trouble Priee 5oe.

Dr. I.lrlniraton Diwpenclne Powder,

A good, second-hand, four-passenger j ror Indigestion and Stomach Trou-
car, recently thoroughly overhauled i rriee no Cent
and In fine condition Will sell cheap Dr UrtuKnton.m GoId.n catarrh Balm,

Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price T0 Cents
ThfM Remedies Can Alwaya be Found
at (he Conrt PharnaT, Ocala, Fla.

"It is at the bottom, of most crime
domestic infelicity, poverty, seductions.

fniurders; it Is allied to all that Is evil

and destructive' 'of the high aims of civ civilization:
ilization: civilization: '-'-t
'f iTieAT -tHe makers of alcohol, at
last roused" 'b-y"' "the prohibition wav,
crying but that they-stand" for Its' mbd
erate, not for Its immoderate, use.

"In reply to thrs--I -answer that if
they make it aftd sell it, the use is

practically beyond their control, and

fhat their plausible declarations are as

flgfat as the,- paper .on which they are
wr'ittert.'fand' can way affect its

u'se; : whether moderate., or Immoderate

And-further. I- aver that, Judging -by

sucrr -pcrentinc evidence as- we ow.

haveV-there Is no such, thing arai-mod

erate; use 'of' alcohpL",,
Royalty and Temperance

One of the steepest .gradients' 'tf

change:' lh opinion-in- reference to al

coholic beverages is that among the

ruling-classes. The late king of Eng

land,' Edvard' VII., notwithstanding an

ancient cufctom to.the contrary, in an

swer to' a reouest.rfor our opinion in

the mattery said, Vlt is .His Majesty's
pleasure that total abstainers drink his
health In water.".-.;. .
"The great: addresses of. the astute
Kaiser wnhelm -.otr. Germany to- the
German' students, ..naval, of fleers' -and
Work infftrren; took i advanced ..ground on
the1" temrVerancO'-quetiqt nr speaking
to 'the 'naval officers, the emperor" as'-

seYted that the neftt .jrar r. would be
wori 'upon' the sea and that it' woiild be
won by unalcoholi7ed brainsi nerves
and muscles. lie- told; .the workingmen.'
that" the artisan steepedin beer could,
not hope to compete sii(ccessfuiry in
the race for the world's Jrade with the
total-abstalnem ;. ,. ,.'
The fflme is true of other ruler
Among -them-- alcohol finds today
sc'arcely a ?kampiop, ,pu.t, many oppon opponents.
ents. opponents. The letter of Present Taft to
the youth of America shows lh a wdrd
the attitude of government tdward the
liquor traffic. ., Ia that letter the pres-

j ident aid,-"My jdear young friends, tbe

j excessive use. ptjji'atoxicating urlnKs is

the -?ause ox or the "pov-


, should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silvei i
ware in your home leaves an impression on
visitors and friends that exists after all other
impressions fade. Wc invite you to look to today
day today over our specially Boiected stock of the

latest design-slif beaufifill WlYerwart;rr3 :
. vAir:T ip - ci i




inr-r... r.

RLffep and- ilonipwrr J-rne of

rresn oeea ana t;aii supply yourwiiiiL iu uiHji'Liiiu
.a i r l T

no matter Jipw amau or now largc.
iTd us a"LtBtof what'eed-v-ou ifcay! nmr-aiiH will

quote you SpeciiJ:W(CrSH $A .,.,c.t- ; -T

All Mail Orders Receive Prompt; Attention.


rr tTtji crtv. degradation, and crime of 'the

world, ana pe wno anstain. irom- me
use' t such .liuuora avoids a''dangerfrus
temptation." '''

Accurate liuilding Plans, Blue rrlntr
and ype?ifieation3 made. Iinds Sur Sur-reyed
reyed Sur-reyed and Platted. Close "Estimates
nade on Erection of UuiI,dmc;of any
eharaeoer by. contract,, or. on comrols comrols-lion
lion comrols-lion basis, write or cons'-lt' me at
orlhvret Corner Ocala noaae Clock ;

Foley Sidney Fills

I Give prompt relief from

. , p

With a majority. pf 681 votes in? its
favor. Ordinance JW45.' granting -td A.
Metzner and associates a 'franchise
to operate a telephone system fri'the
cit"" of Jacksonville, using the auto-

imatic phone, was ratified by the quali

fied electors of .the city, at a special
election held yesterday. Times-Union.


close in country
the Star office.

property. Apply at

Lady amateurs at the Temple tonight.

Crockery sale at Flshel's.


BLADDER and all annoying URINARY

1 1 RREG'U LARmES APposite boon to

S. A. DaTi. C7 VTashicton Sc. Cocnerm'lle,
fad., is in his 85th year, lie writes us: "I hava
lately coffered much from my Video and blad bladder
der bladder I had serera back ache and try kidney actios
was tw fre'vect, caain ms to lose much !ep
at iiifc-:it, aad id my bladder tbere wsaconstal
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pill for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and trainable to
be up and aronod. Foley Jkidoay Pill have sty
bigbaat racowrrvwnditwm

field seeds for fall and winter platting.

A.mong them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage','" lettuce, be an a, etc

The seed arerthe most reliable, the

freshest and beat that can be had. Ty
dings ''Company;


"It don't take more'n a gill uv efTort to
git folks into a peck of trouble" and a

little neglect of constipation, biliious
ness. indigestion or other liver de

rangement will do the same. It ailing.

take Dr. King's New Life Pilla for
quick results. Easy, safe, sure, and
only 25 cents at Tydings & Company.

,? Apr i 'j

1 .r l . f aw m m m w i m m rm ...



LORETTO (Near Msndarian) FLORIDA
' $
Boardincr School for V6"K Conducted bv the Sisters of

St. &oseph?l5romEight to.Fourteen yearc received, and
carefully trained of Physical. Itttellecftial'Morar'ffndSocial

l ino f-jpaithy location Magnificent Swimming r-ool.-

Lomnieie i(iuipprnenr-in-.ocnooirQoms, Lormaiones.

Dinintr HalLandKecreation nonmg- -i


JfaoseBhs Academy, Lorclfi, JFJprjd

Ideal Locatioa.Splendid
ririyraeat. Sti oaf Fac-

mSty, TiiU CbDeSe And

Coaserratorf Co ones.


70th Saaaion Baolna
SapCIHh. For Infor Information
mation Information Address the

JlJUixSeeretanri. Boa 13.


EffectivCfaTlt aiwi Continuintr Until November Ibl

WM(ffls(D)ir -M(dM

Jacksonville. Florida
act .:a ri 30 tv- i

Lady amateurs at the Temple tonight.

EUROPEAN PliAN (Exclusively

Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. Mm WHjSON, Proprietor and Mcncccr


Extracts From a Mary

"I must

Here it in on the 14th of the month and my earnings
are about all gone. Of course I. was compelled to make
some necessary purchases and. the doctor bill of six dollars,
I had not counted on. If I could only make up my mind
to save a little each month! But I would have to f rego
some of my pleasures, I fear. As it is, I am only working

for my board and clothes,
could only save."


AS with an expensive, high power
racing automobile, so with groceries. The human ma machine
chine machine needs the best fuel to get the greatest efficiency,
from it .just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you gtt poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself-for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your -stomach
with finest groceries, good wholesome food.
That i.YOUK fuel ..,
Johnson's Educator Crackers make (he right kind'of fuel c

lor you. because they are made from whole Wheat Hour.
Educator Waters, Educator Toasterett (buttered jsallednd

toasted), Educator luncheon Bisruitr Iducator Sweet x
Graham, Educator -Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers, Fruited Educator "(Sultana Raisins), Educator

Dran Cookies, a natural laxative.

D.. IL Teapot GriM&fr
PHONES 16 and 174

Call up Phone 300 and Lei


We Guarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work iir Our Lines

if etoplii)- none but expert we nre lu position to gunrnnlee ev every
ery every tlece of nurk Tre eonntriict to tnml the InMpeetlon of the moii
rlcll ln-e torn. It eot nothing to tret our figure, nntl yon nre the
V t Inner, whether fe neeure the eoiitrnt-l or not. tilve nn n trial



IBM SigBma Colege

62 Ft. King Ave, Ocala, Fia. Telephone 338

Fall session of four scholastic months opens Sept.. 2nd. Advance Ates
as heretofore I8.T.0 per month, or 133 per session, which is a deduction of
t-. t.r cent a month, on the tlireo remaining months to save the trouble pf

repeated cheeks and receipts.

Courses embraced in regular curriculum Include a thorcugh preparatory
course, and the four college classes. We do not say college years', for with
our personal explanatory teaching and assistance a good student with,devo with,devo-h.
h. with,devo-h. t, hi work ran accomnlish a grade in focur months, thoroughly and tm-

.lof.tin.lin?!'. 'Wi' errant diplomas: II.

' Vt n,. rni.rrvi ro .n well recognized' and accepted throu

Jl. vu -
South as those of any other college.
Our annex is a thorough business course. .r.p6kkfep'ing,Afc.iie and dou double,
ble, double, entry, shorthand and practice iij typewriting: all the very best systems
and easily comprehended. Kates as heretofore.
These advantages are at your own door. We do not canvass for scholars,
but we would be pleased to have as many desks taken as possible by our for former
mer former pupils..
Address for Particulars, GEO. C. or Mrs. G. C. L00NEY


and I DO work hard. If I

l -1
Flop-id a
ns Give an EMimafe tm Your
f tir; I


. A. l... A.
m anJ; for yoMng ladies.
rholt the


Katies meet this evenin:
Masons meet tomorrow night.
Moose meet tomorrow evening1.
Lady amateur.-; at the Tempi- tonight.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service
vice service Mr. Chas. L Moore,
i-s quite sick.
we reuret to say,
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
Mr. T. I. Arnold returned yesterday
from a visit to Jacksonville.
WANTKD At once.
Apply at this office.
Table board wanted for
wife. Apply this office.
a man and
Mr. Robert Flinn Is confined
home by illness.
to his
Master Cornelius Winston, who has
been iuite sick, is much better to.lay.
Mr. J. C. Morris of Dexter, near Fort
McCoy, was in the city to.lay.
Mrs. W. L. Colbert an.l children are
visiting relatives at Weirsdale.
Mr. II. O. Hillups of Oxford
visiting his Ocala friends today.
Dr. A. L. Illalock, phyalclaa, office
phone -No. 132.
Horn to .Mr. and Mrs. Eilis
this morning, a baby girl.
All kinds of poultry feeds and rem remedies
edies remedies at the Ocala Seed Store.
i Miss Pansv Smite, will be first as- i
Isistant in the Dunnellon -chool next
For quick service In anything you
want in the drug or toilet line, call
284, the Court Pharmacy.
Miss Reulah Hall was hostess of the
young ladies' sewing club this morn morning.
ing. morning. Two or three furnished rooms want wanted
ed wanted for light housekeeping by Oct. 1st.
Apply this office.
Miss Clara Johnson returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a delightful visit of several
weeks to Miss Shipworth at the Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Hotel. White Springs.
While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; just want your company.
Mrs. H. W. Tucker and sister. Miss
Lois Dame, are enjoying a pleasant
visit with relatives in the pretty town
of Salem, Va.
Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerig's Postoffice Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.
,IIenry Mathewpy -the. .ftremarn, 'who
was lAirt in the wreck, of the ila
Northern, is do'ng well and his physi physician
cian physician li'as great hopes of his recovery.
Harmony' Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes. 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig' Postoffice Drugstores.
, Mrs. B. F. Borden and children re re-;
; re-; turned to their home in Ocala Vd-
nesdjiy fifter a pleasar.t visit with Mrs.
j Borden's friend; Mrs. J. B. Cason in
this city. Bushnell Times.
Millinery stock at 52 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia slre'et '"must be sold this week at
Kany prtce. '
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gray and Mrs.
UfJray's sister, Mrs Annie Taylor of At-
Jlanta enjoyed a fishing trip on the Ok Ok-;l.TWaha
;l.TWaha Ok-;l.TWaha and Silver Springs run yester yester-day.'
day.' yester-day.'
I u.
j. FOB SALE OR' LEASE 20 acres of
jood pine land-under cultivation with
j buildings and well. Owner going north.
Fred C Smith, Levon, Fla.. Box
A'iolet Dulre Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerigs Postoffice Drugstores.
- Mrs. E. G. Peek and her sister, Miss
Beulah Ifobbs will leave Friday for
West Florida, where they will spend
the month of' September.
Harmon ? Violet Glycerine Soap,
full' half-pound rakes. 13 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postoffice Drugstore..
Little Mtss Irene Fletcher, who has
been visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. G. Peek,
f'or'the past two weeks, returned today
to 'he'r "h'dme at Lake Butler.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co.
Miss Katte Quinney .ilf Louisville.
Ga., after a pleasant visit in Ocala with
her sister and brother-in-law." Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Powie. left' "today for Ma Macon,
con, Macon, where she will spend several day?
with relatives before returning hnm.
The family of Mr. J. E. LeFils. father
of Miss Vi LeFils of Jacksonville, who
was the admired guest of Mrs. II. M.
itampton last spring, have removed to
Atlanta to live.
If you want to find your friend while
down town, go tQ the. Court Tharmaey
they all meet there.
The Star yrred yesterday In sayintr
that the Ideal would. run the Siesre f
Petersburg last -veninsr. It will
shown Thursday evening, in two rt-els.
It Is a very fine subject, and
shouldn't ralss seeing It.


Mr. Tl R. ("nazal. .and family, who
been spending the r-ast fur
months at Wood mar on Lak W-:r.
have returned to their reidnce on
For: Kins- avenue.
Mr D. W. Tompkins will leave Fri Fri-y
y Fri-y fr P.revard. N. C. where he will
spend several week with his wif and
dauirhter. who have been there for
some trme.
;Mr. Vininsr. a prominent citizen of
Sumter county, was operated on for
apper.dicitranJ .otlier complications at
the -hospital yesterday and i doing
well. ..

Don't naffer with .heat. ?tnp atjthe.Lli n,

Court Tharmacy and cool off while en
Joying a dish of that good Ice cream.
Terkeween Oil. the great nerve and
bone liniment: will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in the
back or sides and Jill other ache. 25
cents per bottle at Tydlngs & Co.


Markall Mllilrr'n SnillinK Fare Will be
on the S reen TkU Evenlas;
There was a yood crowd at the Air
Dome last night, and the picture were
fine. The railroad story in particular
was a thril-r. and will be repeated to tonight.
night. tonight. Among the features tonight
will be a Vitasrraph of Marshal P.
Wilder, the man of many faces. Al Although
though Although a cripple, he has the sunniert
smile that was ever produced in p'c p'c-tures.
tures. p'c-tures. See him tonight he will make
you feel better. The Katzenjammer
Kids will be featured in an entirely
new act. They are fine. There will also
be. "FTer Detter Nature." a beatuiful
It Im ov a Cool a an Iceberg; Innlde
Thl Popular Theater
Two large suction fans were install installed
ed installed in the Ideal Theater yesterday and
it was just fine and cool last night.
even though it was one of our hottest
nights. A nice, cool house, a good,
comfortable seat, good music, pictures
that do not hurt the eyes and every-
thinsr iriven iust as advertised. Look
this program over.
"LATCHING GAS, a scream from
start to finish, and if you have ever
had any experience with a dentist you
will certainly enjoy this.
"THE GCN SMUGGLERS," an excit exciting
ing exciting story full of thrills.
"JACK AND JINGL.ES." The child children's
ren's children's delight. A great Selig picture: a
beautiful story of a newsboy and his
clever dog.
i l,aly
Amateiirn Will be
on the Mane
Well: Well!! Well!!: Lady amateurs
it the Temple Theater tonight. This is
! going to be the best yet. Fun. music.
songs and pictures. The whole darned

business for a nickel. Heat it if youlscored until Ocala's half of the sixth.

can. The program:
"The Telltale Shell
"A Lion's Revenge."
" Drama.
Hand colored.
A song l:y
Miss Emma Sage, "Love

Me Love My Dog" (a dog-gone good j scoring when the third baseman miss-comedy-drama),
jed the ball. Davis struck out. Hits.
Ladv amateurs. '2: runs, 1. Brooksville did not score

i Now if this don't make you set up:
land take notive I miss mv sruess. One i
and a half hours of solid enjoyment f or

r cents, a nickel or half a dime. We second and reached third on Thomp Thomp-have
have Thomp-have cut out the prizes, knowing that! son's hit between first and second,
they only pleased the few lucky ones, j Izlar fanned In the pinch for the first
and have put the money they cost intojtime this season, but Harris scored both
better pictures., so as to give every- runners with a hit to short. Harris
body the benefit, instead of two or, out playing off first. Hits. 2: runs, 2.
three. I Eighth. Chazal put a three-bagger
- jinto deep center and scored on Ander-
'llAlfX roXTIllIU'TIOXS j son's hit to second, who went to third
jon Fleckenstein's two-oagger, but was
Mr L F. Ballard slipped the Star a 'out playing off. Davis struck out. Hits.
Wilson and Marshall dollar last night, ;3: runs 1. Galloway finished it up by
and Mr. Baxter Carn anted up another striking out three men in the ninth,
this morning. Keep a coming, gentle- j Following was the score:
men. It is worth something to be a Brooksville 0 2000000 0 2
democrat this year. jocala 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 x 7
P. S.: Mr. J. J. Gerig. just before. Tne r,rooksville bovs na(J a same
the Star went to press, plunked a solid ,th e),hxir Monday aml lost by a
simoleon to aid in the war against the o Tw,- n.

plunderbund. Come along, patriots.
The b;ind wagon is large,
have fo many wheels.
and can't
Till KM) V, Fit II) Y WD S TI UD Y I
H i I
The Otlumbia Tailoring Company will
hold a fall opening in the department
tore of Rheinauer & Co. You are cor cordially
dially cordially fhvitiAt' to fIl lam) have your
Mi.isEveljrn I'Jftt,, daughter of Mr.'
and Mrs. Win. Pelot. formerly promi- I
merit citfrns .tf kU was married at;
?.:?,0 tjiisfaft rno..n at the Pelot orange
Cooper a fir young business man of
Fort Meade. The' Star extends con con-gratiriaflonw
gratiriaflonw con-gratiriaflonw iiU?J Kpod wishes.
IaAy' hmatefiTs.-at t)e. Temple tonight.
T t
' '' -m-n V .... .
Blue Hen Alatches per package.. 15c
'"I" I!.- ,,. ... ...
0 Cakes Export Borax Soap.
Baker's Chocolate per lb 35c
Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans
' per can l$e
$ Cans Van Camp's Beans Tic
Florida Tomatoes, large size:... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small "size, 3
Favorite Corn, 3 Cans for. .
Cracker Boy Cuffep ff !)
. .25c
. .Soc
Large Bucket Cottolene $1.'30
Medium Bucket Cottolene 50c
Best Creamery Butter per lb. .35c
In 3 lb. lots from the tub (i. e. ,,
not prints) t . ; $1.00
"' '"' r.
3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream
Powder" 1 25c
3 Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab Tablets
lets Tablets 25c
3 Sunbeam Cornflakes
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk. 10c
3 Packages Dutch Cleanser 25c
Cms Vap. Carpi's Hominy
15 lbs. Granulated -Sngar. .54.00
Old Coum-y Blend Tea per lb. .30c.
Galhms Oil
' 'A
Pnll 4am GJUeqEfr pef; lb 20c
Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per lb 5c
Heinz Vinegar per gallon 35c
Salt Raron nor lb

What Are You Paying?

24-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour SLOOjother bys will return via the GlidSen
I route to Jacksonville in October.

12-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour
Cream of Wheat per package.
Wesson Cooking Oil
Compound Lard
Fine lrlh rtatoe, per perk...
I.rd De La Ware onp per eaa..
50c 1
15c i
Whole Grain Hire for...
J 'It
Oeeldrnt Flour, 12 lb.
Sis Cnni 1o-. Karo Syrup


Pat I p a Good Play, hut o Match for
the Luteal llall Poaidrm
Owing to the limited notice of the
event, a comparatively small crowd
witnessed the game between Ocala and
Brooksville on the home field yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, but those who went
saw a good game.
Brooksville has evidently taken much
pains with its team, bracing it up with
several importations from other towns,
but the aggregation was not able to
cope with the all-home nine of Ocala.
Following is a description of the
game by Innings:
First. Urooksville at the bat. No one
reached second base. Hits. 0; runs. 0.
When Ocala came to bat. Izlar started
in with a hit to the firstbaseman, who
missed it Harris sacrificed, putting
Izlar on second. Chazal then proceed
ed to knock a fly to centerfield, who
missed it, lziar coming in ana cnazai
caching third. Anderson scored Cha-
zal on an outfield fly. Fleckenstein
struck out. Hits. 1; runs. 2.
Second. Riggin hit safe over short
and went to second on Cook's hit over
third. Saxon filled the bases on a hit
to second. Price brought two In on a
hit over short. It looked like Brooks Brooks-ville
ville Brooks-ville would make one or two more runs
as there was no one out. but the next
man struck out and Shaw was out
when he kicked the ball, and the next
man flied out. Hits, 4; runs, 2. Davis
struck out but Galloway hit safe over
third. Izlar went to third, running for
Galloway, on Dewey's fly to the infield.
which was missed on purpose to catch
j Izlar at second, but the second base base-j
j base-j man muffed the ball. Izlar scored on
j Thompson's bunt to the pitcher, Dewey
preaching third, but IIar was on a
grounder to pitcher. Hits, 2; runs, 1.
Third. Drooksville did not make a
hit in this inning. Chazal reached sec second
ond second for Ocala but was put out playing
After the third inning neither team
when Chazal hit safe past second, An-
! derson struck out and Chazal was hit
I by Fleckenstein's single to rightfield.
Fleckenstein stole second and third.
again during the game.
Seventh. Galloway was out on a fly
to left field. Dewey safe on hit over
;nellon this morning, and if they don't
ibeat the phosphate city nine they won't
Iwant to so home.
LechiirK-Ornlfl Tomorrow
Let everybody turn' out to see the
. game i with Leesburg tomorrow after
noon, i Both teams have trained to a
fine point; and 4t will be a battle royal.
II Hf UlLIiiTRY,,.
The Baraea class of the Bantist
j chuVeh' is 'working for a lyceum course
for Ocala this winter. The tajent will
be? under the diree44on- -of ihe Alkahest
Lyceum Sys-tem of' Atlanta. The young
men have signed' up for. ome of the
best attractions'- ever brought to this
city. The course' Is much more expen-
jsive-than those of previous years. The
names of the attractions and the
j m'ortftis' of -their -appearance are as fol follows:
lows: follows: W. R. Weeks Company in Octo October:
ber: October: The Caeny' Cartoonists in No November;
vember; November; The' International. Optra Com
pany in December;.: The university
Olrls in -.fanuary, and .the Orphan Male
(Quartet lrf' Februarj. Th season tick tickets
ets tickets for double-5a4- will be for
singlie' seat, $3. General admission will
be $1 for each attraction. For other
information concerning, the. course
phone '314.
-,. ., THE NEW ERA
,The Fpw)rtb Rra. the official organ
of the iKpworth Le'ague'bf the Meth Meth-oljst
oljst Meth-oljst Episcopal church. ?outh. appears
ip a, new form this month. Since its
publication Jt has been issued weekly
from thv publishing house at Nashville,
but withthe present volume, xix. it
will be issued monthly, instead. It has
several new departments and Is other otherwise
wise otherwise improved. Mrs. Maud P.. Little.
rt nnr r.Itv is ctill retslnoil its 1 f.
swrv an.l nf-ia1 ilitnr The Florid!
Christian Advocate of last week an announces
nounces announces Mt?- Little as league editor of
thAt publication and recommend- ii-r
work very highly.
The Columbia Tailoring Company will
hold a tall opening in the department
store of Rheinauer & Co. You are cor cordially
dially cordially invited lo '-all and hive yc-ir
measure taken...
Mr.-D. F. Condon Is not noticing or-
.vmrv i.r.i.l tmiav. A r.rettv littlei
. a a a -w'--v.b 4-----
daughter, who .made her appearance
rhis morning at the Lake Weir home
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Connor, where Mr. and Mrs. Condon
are spending- -the-iimmeTis responsi
ble' for:his elevated feelings. Mr. (on-
is also two-in?he higher, this be-
bis first promotion to trip ranK or
"Mvs.sts. linry lilount, Henry mier mier-by,
by, mier-by, Charle Crauford of Jacksonville,
and E. C. Cone.. of White Spring?. W;
a few day asro f-r New York City. Mr.;
Ellerby will purchase a ll?. Cadillac!
car -and the four young men will tnur
New York -state and down through j
Maryland and Virginia, where Messrs I

Plour.t and Cone ,will leave the partyun

to resume their work :n the law cnoi
i uT ".'if I'nivertity of irg:na.
f rtr 1. p. Warren. Snaaclal ?e rretary
fof Columbia-College, will open the win
ter campaign for the endowment fund
in Arcadia on September th. Dr. War-

llciren ha teen. rerrarri-My succes.iui n
' 4fet:nrir-nei Jor this fine Institution
"" !-f learning. Hi aim is ?20n.000' and

doughnut- Warren
wilj g
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, one of the
brightest young teachers In the cjn cjn-ty.
ty. cjn-ty. btsan her school at Tteddick Mon Monday.
day. Monday. September 2nd. Miss Carlisle will
spend the week end all winter at her
home in Ocala.
Lady amateurs at the Temple tonight.

should never be kept around your place of .business.
The money may gel lost: and at least it should be
employed in finance for
Twenty-Four Hours A Day
No business can increase unless the financial and
office department is conducted in a businesslike way.
And this can be done only through a.bauk.

H. D. 8TOKES. Cashitr.



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7-M mwmm:

The above cut shows the four-wheel-drive traction engine purchas purchas-ed
ed purchas-ed by Mr. J. O. Hightower of Candler, which will be seen on our Btreets
about September 0th, and will be demonstrated here (in Ocala) by an ex expert
pert expert from the Herr Engine Company's factory at Portsmouth, Ohio, for
two days. This demonstration is arranged by Tremere of Bellevlew,

agent lor Florida, to accommodate t
pective purchasers throughout the

Wilbur Counts, Manager
Successor to V. J. Gabf
High Grade Tailor Made Clothes
Your Patronage Solicited
Phone 443 Ocala, Fla.


' They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not 'up to this guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters, for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There Is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against tne wet weather and prevent sickness and
doctor bills.

of tiii: i:iwouTii i.i:a i:
The league will hold its regular
monthly business and social meeting
atithe home of Miss Mabel Dachelder
on Exposition street 'on Thursday eve evening.
ning. evening. Sept. Sth. at 8 o'clock. All mem-b-rt
and friends invited.
Tomorrow afternoon the play grounds

will be turned over to the little tots M,vyAt ,XTO mv' Ul'ARTER
There will be a peanut hunt and all ,.''..
kinds of games and. amusements. There inf f Machine Company Company-will
will Company-will be a number of ladies in attend- has moved It.-office from U est Fort

an'ce who will look after them. All of
the little children in town are welcome.
Tiio t.Itv rr1iint arp nrovina to be a
o, fnr ,hlWrn of all
ages a. well as some of the older ones,
who lind pleasure in seeing the young
folks enjoy themselves.
Miss Alilt-
Kullock will soon leave
Wekiwa Sprint; s to join a party or
friends from Sanforl and (rlando. A
more charming sj.o: for a house party
cannot be found in all Florida tiian
Mr. Chalmers JIaysor will go out to
the Itaysor farm at Keddick the last of
this wt-ek for a visit t Mr. nl Mrs.
K'-n lUy.-T. Ill of frivnds will
:a 1 to kr.r,v r :. r ; 1- strong
enough 10 nijikt- th- trij.
liobert ai.l Leslie Anderson
will s.-M,n lf-ave for ashinaton aril
Iee I'nivernity. Va.. Iiu;ert. who has
b-en a student at this fanious uM
.-chool. graduaf-d ii honors from the
I literary department in May lis: ih:s
session he will enter upon th- study of
law, following in the footsteps of his
honored father. Mr. It. L Anderson.
We un Iertar. I that after eompleting
his literary wrk. I -lie will -tudy
me litine.
took the
ship at t
la.-t nigh
J. H. I low- and E. I- :pl'
third de-Tev in Odd tv;;,,;v.
- meetir.a- of Tuluia Iodse
anl ar--now full-fled a cd
members of the thr--e-':nked brother brother-hood.
hood. brother-hood. The "id Fellow degree team.
nder the coa -hing I'egree Master
'T .r-srH',c i'-'-om.n4 pronclent
ana TVrrrr rl ir, :
new regain.
I i-
Mr. A. H. M-.NtiU. a prominent busi-
nes -r 'jr;:iriio. was ,n rown to
da;, interviewing Mclver & Mac Kay
about-a pump they putting in f r
hfm at I-ake Lutlr.
Mr. E. S. Vlning.
VTldwooJ. and vn-
inent citieens of it iterated
erated iterated or. l-y l-'
Marion C ;r;-y H -!
po-t master at
f the i.o-t prom--ecti.'h.
was op op-;,;;:
;,;;: op-;,;;: iahs at 'the yest-rday. for
pert 2k i-J--. -He -I"-1 i-''t., operation
Do you like to know that your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions are filled correctly, with the
best of drugs, and delivered to you
promptly? Then try the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Send or phone 284.


1 i hi 11
ne. wishes of several hundred pros-
! I'pslmrir. Split. 4. A nuiet home
wedding took place here Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, Mr. Peter Altsobrook being -united
to Miss Mary Howell, third daughter of
Ir. W. II. Howell, who is well known
throughout the state. Mr. Alsobrook is
an enterprising member of one of our
best families, and bis bride one of the
most popular and amiable of Lees Leesburg'
burg' Leesburg' many charming girls.
King avenue to S2 North r Magnolia
street. P W. HowelL Manager.
Till KM)t Y, FRII 1Y
The Columbia Tailoring Companjr will
hold a fall opening In the deiartme.nt
store of Kluinauer At Co. You are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to call and have your
measure tanen.
Mercbants Cafe," 'C. I depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
The State W.'C TU, bas. a, lecturer
in the fiell on an educational cam campaign,
paign, campaign, r-he will spend two weeks In
M :ri n ounry. beginning in Anthony
next sunday morning and coming 'to
Ocala for the evening service Iter
itineiary is laid out by the W, C. T- tT.
of t!.is t ity -and. will, ye, published to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow Thi work will be' w!tHut
o-t as t ie speaker U employed by the
Stat e V,'. C. T. IT. We are filled with
a iriiiration for the earnestness 'and
zeal of the good women of the state
who r.ver l-re themselves In their
efforts '-avj the boys and -raUe the
standard of public good.
Mr. Weller Carmicbael. while assist assisting
ing assisting in a roundup of cattle at the Car Car-rniehae!
rniehae! Car-rniehae! frm on Silver Spring, run
yesterday, was knocked down by a
runaway steer and somewhat bruiei.
Hi.- face looks like he had whipped
Jack Johnson, but he will be all right
in a few oars.
Sam -1'yle.s, one. of the undertaker
and embalmers with Mclver At iiacivar.
went to Dunnellon yesterday and em embalmed
balmed embalmed the body of a colored woman,
by the r.arr'e of fiiaKm!;V. jhih
wi shir ntd to North Carolina-, for
a r-jr
We have a large stock f carefully
selected toilet artlcl?. goods that will
please the most faMb1iou,..a-fi 't In
price are w Ithln the. reachof alt Ty Ty-ding?
ding? Ty-ding? fc Co. '- .- a
Arkansas Chin al- Fever Tonic, 2S
and Zi cents per bottle. arGuaanteed
to cure. Pest for vld apd l.yrlppe.
Ty flngsraLTo.
If you want to ee-a busy prescrip prescription
tion prescription counter, look In at the Court
Pharmacy prescription department.
Lady amateurs at the Temple tonight.




TPHE finest grains, the best methods of
brewing and scientific cleanliness
throughout are great factors in making
Moerlein's beer so good.

(Brewery Bottled Only)

But you will not fail to note the smooth, delicious A

flavor of Moerlein's this famous beer is aged
it is always healthful Try it. Then you will always
order byname "Moerlein's" the best beer brewed.
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Phone or pott at call a case to you.


r7 25 S. Magnolia

I Am Ottering 10,000.00
Worth of Uireieeimici
Pledges, and iramimier's
fAIVJCICTIUJf1 Al? Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Silvcr Silvcr-IrUiVdlallllll
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strumenls, In-strumenls, Shot Guns, Revolvers. Fishing Tackles, Baseball
Goods, Men's Hats, Shoes, Tailor-Made Clothing, and Hundreds
of Other Valuable Articles, Upon which I Guarantee to Save every
Purchaser from 15 to 35 per cent, on the amount the same goods
can be bought for elsewhere.
My reason for offering SPECIAL PRICES on these goods at
this lime is that I am OVER STOCKED and must reduce my
Stock. I will make liberal allowances on used Revolvers,
Guns, Trunks, Jewelry, Etc., In Exchange for Purchases Made.


Winy Pay More?

West Side of Courthouse
I Make the Most
All Articles
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Made' in One. Two and Three

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When we say, then, that in our judgment the "Meal" Fireless Cook Stove
Is by all odds the best tireless cooker made, it will Immediately r. vive in
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Putting off the purchase of an "Ideal" means more to you than depriving
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questionably unquestionably true economy in its broadest sense.
The savins? of 80 per cent of your fuel bill; the saving of time, strength
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way; the conservation of your energy, health and looks, are all problems
which the "Ideal" solve effectually.
Drop in and let us show you that the foregoing is all solid fact.
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St, I'hone Ocala, FJa
Ocala, Fla,
Liberal Loans on
of Value.
Cook Slow
Compartments Ten Sizes
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Hicn men s
Geratdlne Bonner
Author e! "The Pioneer'
Tomorrows Tiagle,' etc
Illustrations by
Don. J. Lavln
1 aiit fomp money and want to
go." She raised her head and low-
erei the handkerchief, speaking with 1
a t : trained, throaty Insistence like a
child. "I can't live here any more. I
can't bear it. It would give a prize
fighter nervous prostration. I can't
tear it." Her voice grew Email and
high. "Really I can't," she managed
to articulate, and then dissolved -nto
another flood.
The old man, high in his swivel
chair, sat with his hands in his pock pockets,
ets, pockets, his lips pursed and his eyes on
the floor. Once or twice he whirled
:he chair slightly from one side to the
Dther. After a pause of some min minutes
utes minutes he said:
"Are you prepared to agree to any anything
thing anything Mrs. Ryan and I demanded?"
After the last outbreak she had
completely abandoned herself to the
aysteflcal condition that w-as beyond
aer control. Now she made an effort
to recover herself, sat up, swallowing
and gasping, while she wiped her
"I'm ready to do it all," she sniffed,
"only only she paused on the
verge of another collapse, suppressed
It, and said with some fhow of re returning
turning returning animation, "only I must have
some money now a guarantee."
"Oh," he said with the descending
note of comprehension. "As I remem remember,
ber, remember, we agreed to pay you seven thou thousand
sand thousand dollars for the first year, the
year of desertion."
She lowered the handkerchief en entirely,
tirely, entirely, presenting to him a disfigured
face, all its good looks gone, but show showing
ing showing distinct signs of attention.
"I don't want the seven thousand.
I'll waive It. I want a sum down, a
guarantee, an advance. You offered m
Btrny Stood Waiting, Throbbing From
Head to Foot With Excitement.
at first fifty thousand dollars. Give,
me that down and I'll go this after afternoon."
noon." afternoon." "That wasn't our original arrange arrangement,"
ment," arrangement," he said to gain time.
"Deduct it from the rest. I must
have it. I can't go without It. If you
give me the check now I'll leave for
New York tonight."
Her reviving interest and force
seemed to have quenched the sources
of her tears as suddenly as her ex exhausted
hausted exhausted nerves had made them flow.
But her disfigured face, her figure
which seemed to have shrunken in Its
fine clothes, were extremely pathetic.
"If you don't trust me send one of
your clerks with me to buy my ticket,
send one to see me off. I've left my
husband for good, for ever. I can't
live here any longer. Give me the
money and let me go."
"I don't see that I'm going to have
any security that you're going to car carry
ry carry out the whole plan. How do I
know that you're not going to New
York to have a good time and then,
when you've spent the money, come
back here?"
She sat up and sent a despairing
look about the room as if in a wild
search for something that would con convince
vince convince him of her sincerity.
"I swear, I promise." she cried with
almost frantic emphasis, "that I'll
never come back. I'm going for good
and I'm going to set Dominick free.
Oh, do believe me. Please. I'm tell telling
ing telling the truth."
He was impressed by her manner,
as he had been by her tears. Some Something
thing Something undoubtedly had happened
which had suddenly caused her to
change her mind and decide to leave
her husband. He did not think that It
was what she had told him. Her ex excitement,
citement, excitement, her overwrought condition
suggested a cause less gradual, more
like a shock. He ran over in his
mind the advantages of giving her the
money. Nothing would be jeopardized
by it. It would pimply be an advance
made on the sum they had agreed
"Fifty thousand's too much," he
said slowly. "But I'll be square to
ycu and I'll split the difference and
give you twenty-five. I'll give you the
check now and you can take it and go
She shook her head obstinately.
"It won't do," she said. "What dif difference
ference difference does it make to you whether
you give it to me now or next year?
I'll give you a receipt for it. There
won't be any trouble about It. It's as
broad as it's long. It's simply an ad advance
vance advance on the mala sum."
He looked moodily at her and then
down. Her demand seemod reason reasonable
able reasonable enough, but he distrusted her.
"If you don't believe me," she in insisted,
sisted, insisted, "send out that clerk of yours
to buy my ticket to New York. Tell
Uza to eo uo to the flat and he'll see

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my iruiias an pac&ru auv. icuu;.
tell you you've beaten me. You and
Mrs. Ryan are one too many for me."
He again looked at her, his lips
pressed together, his eye coldly con considering.
sidering. considering. "Ill give you thirty thousand dol dollars
lars dollars and it's understood that you're
to leave the city tonight."
She demurred, but with less show
of vigor, and, for a space, they hag haggled
gled haggled over the sum till they finally
agreed upon thirty-five thousand dol dollars.
lars. dollars. As the old man drew the check she
watched him with avid eagerness, re restraining
straining restraining by force the hand that trem trembled
bled trembled In its anxiety to become pos possessed
sessed possessed of the slip of paper. He no noticed,
ticed, noticed, as she bent over the desk to
sign the receipt, that her fingers shook
so they could hardly direct the pen.
She remarked it herself, setting it
down to her upset nerves, and laugh

ing at the sprawling signature. J
w itn tne cneck in ner nana sne
rose, something of the airy buoyancy
cf demeanor that had marked her on
her entrance returning to her.
"Well," she said, opening her purse,
"this is the real beginning of our busi business
ness business relations. I feel as If we were
The old man gave a short, dry
laugh. He could not rid his mind of
suspicions of herand the whole pro proceedings,
ceedings, proceedings, though he did not see Just
how she could be deceiving him.
"Walt till- next year," he said.
"When I see the divorce papers I'll
feel a lot surer of the partnership."
She snapped the clasp of her purse,
laughing and moving to the door. She
was wild to get away, to escape from
the dark room that held such unpleas unpleasant
ant unpleasant memories, and the old man, whose
steely penetrating eye. fastened on
her, was full of unsatisfied query.
"Well, so long!" she cried, opening
the door. "Next time we meet It will
be more sociable, I hope. We really
ought to be old friends by this time."
- She hardly knew what she was say saying,
ing, saying, but she laughed with a natural
gaiety, and in the doorway turned
and bowed her jaunty good-bys to
him. He stood back and nodded good good-humoredly
humoredly good-humoredly at her, his face showing
puzzlement under Its slight. Ironic
Once in the street her demeanor
again changed. Her step became
sharp and quick, her expression keen keenly
ly keenly absorbed and concentrated. A
clock showed her that it was nearly
half-past ten, and she walked, with a
speed that was as rapid a mode of
progression as it could be without
attracting attention, to the great bank
On which the check was drawn. On
the way down on the car she had
thought out all her movements, just
what she would do, and where she
would go. Her mind was as clear, her
movements as systematic as though
she were moved by mechanism.
She ran up the steps to the bank
and presented the check at the paying
teller's window.
"In one-thousand dollar hills, if you
please." she said, trying not to speak
breathlessly, "all but five hundred,
and you can give me that in one-hundreds."
The man knew her, made some
vaguely-polite remark, and took the
slip of paper back into unseen regions.
Berny stood waiting, throbbing from
head to foot with excitement. She
was not afraid they would refuse to
cash the check. Her sole fear was
that Cannon, as soon as she was gone,
might have regretted his action and
telephoned from his office to stop the
payment on it. She knew that once
the money was hers he would not
make any attempt to get It back. His
own reputation and that of his daugh daughter
ter daughter were too inextricably bound up
with the transaction for him to dare
to apprehend or punish Berny for her
Her heart gave a wild leap as she
saw the teller returning, and then
pause behind the netting of his golden
cage while he counted out the bills.
She tried to speak lightly to him as
he laid them one by one on the glass
slab. She was hardly conscious of
what she said; all she realized was
that the crisp roll of paper In her
fingers was her possession. If not of
great fortune, at least of something
to stand between her and the world.
When she left the bank she walked
forward slowly, the excitement which
had carried her on to this point hav having
ing having suddenly left her feeling weak
and tired. She entered the railway
office and bought her ticket for New
York for that evening's train. Then
once more emerging into the sun sunshine
shine sunshine she directed her steps to the
car which would take her to her sis sisters.
ters. sisters. She had decided to spend her
last day In San Francisco with them.
As the car whisked her up the hills
she carefully pondered on how much
she would tell them, where truth was
advisable and where fiction would
serve a better purpose.
(Continued Tomorrow)
Jacksonville. 111. I am a farmer and
was suffering with acute kidney trou trouble,
ble, trouble, could not get up or down for rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic pains in back and hips. A dollar
bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder, of 2926
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., cured me.
Frank Murgatroyd.
Sold by all druggists.
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
2nd Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Gi?en All Orders.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor tn the dtz.

Rub It la over the part affected. It penetrates the fieih and quickly reaches the spot where the
trouble exists. The painful symptoms Immediately subside. It relaxes the muscles, quiets Inflamma Inflammation,
tion, Inflammation, restores strength, ease and suppleness. Sere re cases of chronic rheumatism or neuralgia are
forced to yield :o Its powerful relieving Influence. There Is no ailment of the muscles or flesh that
cannot be helped through this marvelous healing remedy: the pain Is eased the moment It reaches the
affected part. It is a great family remedy for all purposes for which a liniment is needed. For heal healing
ing healing cuts, wounds, burns, bruises, galls, chafed spots, swellings; frost bites, stings of Insects, try poi poisoning,
soning, poisoning, scralns, contracted muscles. It has no superior In the speed with which it will restore healthy
Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and 51.00 per Bottle


Stcsbeaa Eye Salve U a
Fort King Camp, No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting Friday evening, Sept. 13,
at Yonge's Hall. Every member Is
urged to be present and visitors al al-ways
ways al-ways welcome. B. N. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
Every year. In many parts of the
country, thousands are driven from
their homes by coughs and lung dis diseases.
eases. diseases. Friends and business are left
behind for other climates, but this Is
costly and not always sure. A better
way the way of multitudes Is to use
Dr. King's New Discovery and cure
yourself at home. Stay right there,
with your friends, and take this safe
medicine. Throat and lung troubles
find quick relief and health returns. Its
help in soughs, colds, grip, croup,
whooping-cough and sore lungs made
it a positive blessing. 50c. and SI.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company.
Words and Work.
"Brudren." said a darkey in a pray prayer
er prayer meeting. "I feel's ef I could talk
mo' good in five minutes dan I could
do In a year."
Millions in the air. Think of it. Ev Ev-erty
erty Ev-erty time you open your mouth, in
goes a whole menagerie of microbes,
germs and hacter'a. When the liver,
stomach and bowels are active, these
germs are harmless. If they are torpid
it is just the condition needed to set
up disease; which at this season Is
generally of a malarial nature. The
moral is use HEROINE to keep the
liver, stomach and bowels in a state of
health and activity. It cures indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and constipation. Trice 50c. Sold
by all druggists.
Novel Method of Dusting.
In Europe they dust the paintings
in art galleries by means of air sy syringes.
ringes. syringes. Antoine Deloria, Postmaster at Gar Garden,
den, Garden, Mich., knows the exact facts
when he speaks of the curative value
of Foley Kidney Pills. He says: From
my own experience I recommend Foley
Kidney Pills, as a great remedy for
kidney disease and a good many of my
neighbors were cured by Foley Kidney
Pills." For sale by the Anti-Monopoly
China's Long Waterway.
China has the longest canal in the
world the Grand. It Is the longest
certified waterway, and goes from
Tungtu to Hangchoo, a distance of 600
The Implicit confidence that many
people have in Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
founded on their experience In the use
of that remedy and their knowledge of
the many remarkable cures of colic,
diarrhoea and dysentery that it has ef effected.
fected. effected. For sale by all dealers.
Fear Well Founded.
"I fear," sadly said the postage postage-stamp,
stamp, postage-stamp, when It found Itself fastened to
a love letter, "that. I am not sticking
to facts."
T. I Parks, Murrayvllle, Ga., Route
1, Is In his 73rd year, and was recent recently
ly recently cured of a bad kidney and bladder
trouble. He says himself: "I have suf suffered
fered suffered with my kidneys. My back ach ached
ed ached and I was annoyed with bladder Ir Irregularities.
regularities. Irregularities. I can truthfully say, one
50c bottle of Foley Kidney Pills cured
me entirely." They cotnain no habit
forming drugs. For sale by the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Easily Explained.
"On what footing is college hazing
now?" "It Isn't on any footing at all
while they are making fellows stand
on their heads."
Running up and down stairs, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and bending over making beds will
not make a woman healthy or beau beautiful.
tiful. beautiful. She must get out of doors, walk
a mile or two every day and take
Chamberlain's Tablets to Improve her
digestion and regulate her bowels. For
sale by all dealers.
Deed I'ader Seetl H, Chapter
4, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that C. R.
Krezer. purchaser of tax certificates
No. 3538. dated December 2. 1895; cer certificate
tificate certificate No. 4240. dated April 3. 18S8;
certificates No. 3228 and 3255: certifi certificates
cates certificates No. 32."8, 3260 and 321; certi certificates
ficates certificates No. 815. 819 of June 4, 1S06;
certificate No. 1101. dated June 3. 1507,
certificates No. 1058. 1059, June 1st,
K0&: certificates No. 719. 721, 723. sale
of June 6. 1910. has filed said certifi certificates
cates certificates in my office, and has made ap application
plication application for tax deed to Issue In ac accordance
cordance accordance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop property,
erty, property, situated in Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: Lot 1. of block "H"; and
lots 1 to 12 in block "E" Allred's ad addition,
dition, addition, to Ocala: lots 3. 7. S and 10 of
block "I"" Dunn's northwest ad to
Ocala: all of block Q' except lots 11
and 13 in block "Q" and all of block
"O" except lots 3 and 14. Dunn's north northwest
west northwest ad to Ocala: all of lot 3, S. J.
Green's addition to Ocala; lots 3, $. 7. 8.
16. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31, 32. 33.
34. 42. 43. 52. 53. 54. 68, 75, 76. 78 Mit Mitchell's
chell's Mitchell's revised ad to Ocala.
The sail land being assessed at the
date of issuance of said certificates In
the names of C. J. Allred. F. W. Ditto.
S. M. Middleton, Dan Thomas, li. J.
Mitchell, unknown. Acme Brewing Co..
John F. Dunn, estate of, David Walton.
George S. McKinney. Unless said certi certificates
ficates certificates shall be redeemed according to
law. tax deed will issue thereon on the
10th day of September. A. D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 7th day of August. A. D.
1912. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court.

Lame Back, Stitch In the Side. Stiff Keck or Rheumatism la the Jolmts
puts a man out of commission most effectually. The misery will not last
IX treated with


t great yowtr la disease of the eye
tremsrthema the Bleat.
JSoio And RicoHMENoioLyy

MotocCle 7H-r-T'kC"-i-
The Motorcycle with a Thousand Speeds!"

This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian.
Indian's "flexibility" of speed control is mainly due to.
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch
This A evice enaklaa tm Indian vi4e i1,hi 1,

speed from 4 to 60 miles an hour by merely moving
the clutch lerer the right degree. By this action the
clutch can be 'lipped" and the machine driven at
the speed best suited to the moment.
In other words, the Variable Speed and Free Engine
Clutch is the means by which the motor power is fed
to the machine at the will of the rider.
This feature and magneto supplied without extra
charge on all 1912 Model Indians.

Ask for a free demonstration.

Distributor lor Marion County

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.

American Plan. $2 per day and up.
Special W

Churchill & Co.



$39.05 New York and Philadelphia, sold daily, limit Oct. 31
$35.05 Baltimore and Washington, Bold daily, limit Oct. 31

if.?? iucago, limiuir,
$62.65 Denver, Colorado,
$93.55 California points -

Excursion Rates to Various Points Furnished on Application


For reservations or information, call on nearest A. C. L. ticket
agent or



ex cysUds.
It heals lcUy as!
"Count the Indians
On the Road!
4 ILP. SissU Crlbiar
European Tlan. $1.00 per day and up.
eekly Rates.
Hotel Astor
Corner Day and Ilogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone In Kach Room. Free Baths.
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Ilogan Street
hum uauy, limit jci. m
- sold daily, limit Oct. 31
sold daily, limit Oct. 31