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

STAR

FUROTFUKE
FURMSEI1INGS
For All ol the Domes
AT RIGHT PRICES
mi
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1912.
NO. 86.
THE FURNITURE HEN

I FIRST CLASS?

I CAFE?-
5 I am conducting a strictly
Y first class Cafe for the ac ac-jj
jj ac-jj eommodatlon of the business
man, the traveling man, the
-ladles and children. The ser ser-vice
vice ser-vice Is first class and the ta ta-l'
l' ta-l' Me is set with the best that
X can be had. Short orders re re-j
j re-j c-lve prompt attention. Lunch
V counter in rear of dining
m room. JT,
WILL LEE
i Carmichael Building, Mag-
X noiia SIrcrl, &
Phone 39 Orala, Fla.
J. E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Kooms i), 10 and 11, Sftml Floor,
Holder Illotk,
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TERMS, CASH.
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Office Over Com men-Sal llanji
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riice Hours, 8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to
p. m. Phone 21 1
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Aecurate Huildins Plans, Blue Prints
nnd Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted Close estimates
made on erection of. buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult nie at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Rlock
OCALA --- FLORIDA
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MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HA VI HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Dmrls, 627 Washington St., ConnersTille,
fnd., is in his 85th year, lie writes tts : "I hav
lately suffered much f mm my Mdno s and blad bladder
der bladder IhadseTertbarkactietandmy kidney action
was too (reqneDt, caasir me to lose much tlep
t night, nd in my bladder there wu constant
pain. 1 took Foley Kidney Pills for soma time,
and am now free of all tumble and acain able to
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A!fTI-IOXOrOI.T DI1UGSTORE

Democratic .rttlnwl t'ommltlft Make
Public Xante tf Contributor
to tfee Campaljca Fa ad
New York, Sept. 10. Twelve thou thousand
sand thousand persons have contributed thus far
to the Wilson and Marshall campaign
fund. The fund at present totals
17ii.000.
This was stated Moonday night at
democratic national headquarters, and
at the same time there was made pub public
lic public a list of contributors containing. It
was stated, the names of all who had
contributed the sum of 1100 or more to
the fund.
W. (J. McAdoo, acting chairman of
the democratic national committee, de declared
clared declared that "new political standards"
had been set by this action.
"The American people," he said, "will
never elect another president without
knowing the sources from which
financial support Is drawn."
Mara More Needed
Rolla Wells, treasurer of the com committee,
mittee, committee, declared that while the sum re received
ceived received was encouraging. It was "to "totally
tally "totally inadequate" to conduct the cam campaign
paign campaign properly, but he believed that
contributions would continue.
The large contributions thus far
have been made by Henry Morgenthau.
chairman of the national executive
committee: F. C. Fenfield, a wealthy
democrat of Germantown, Pa., and
Henry Goldman, a New York banker.
Kach gave $10,060.
Five $5,00 contributions were "re
ceived. The givers are Charles Crane
of Chicago, who is vice chairman of
the national finance committee; Rolla
Wells, former mayor of pt. Louis, and
national treasurer; Cleveland H. Dodge
and Jacob H. Schiff, New York bank
ers, and Hugh C. Wallace of Tacoma,
national committeeman from Washing
ton.
Among other contributors are;
James R. Hegan, P. W. Hyman and
Jacob Wertheim, $2,500 each; J. D.
Phelan, former mayor of San Francis
co. $2,000; William J. Bryan, Norman K.
Mack, of Buffalo, N. Y., national com committeeman.
mitteeman. committeeman. John B. Stanchfleld of New
York, former democratic candidate for
governor of New York, and Perry Bel
mont. $1,000 each.
1 IT
For YVIImoii Asalnnt the Hull Mitimr In
California
Los Angeles, Sept. 10. William J.
Bryan Is to make three speeches in
California in the interest of' Wood 50 w.
Wilson's candidacy for th.e presidency
the latter part of this montli. Bryan
will speak here on September 23, at
Sacramento the following day and
September 25 at San Francisco.
on
RELLRVIKV
Belleview, Sept. The writer has
received a number of inquiries in let letters
ters letters frpm pur northern friends, enquir enquiring
ing enquiring as to the prevalence of smallpox
in Bellevifw. False rumors do more
harm than truth, and to set matters
straight and give our northern friends
the true situation, will say that up to
Friday, Sept. 6th, there had bren two
cases of smallpox reported, one case
that had entirely recovered, the other
one still under observation. Late Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon Pr, T, K. Hlauahter. of
Levon. who has been attending a num number
ber number of persons here, pronounced one
of his patients as having a mild case
of smallpox and he immediately no notified
tified notified the town authorities, who took
very prompt steps to st H notice on
"V r. . T m """7
was called In to confirm Dr. Slaughter s
diagnosis, and he pronounced the case
a very mild one Indeed. Dr. Slaughter I
i prescribing tha necessary precau-
tions to prevent any further spread of
the disease and the promptness with
which the case was reported lead u
to believe that there will be no con concealment
cealment concealment if any now cases should oc occur.
cur. occur. Miss Mary Rowley of West Palm
Peach Is visiting with her friends, Mr.
and Mrs. O. n. Fia,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Green, who have been
living at Mayo's still, moved to Web Webster
ster Webster last Wednesday.
Mr. Orlne P. tfias, proprietor of the
Oasis Ice Cream Parlor, has secured
the lee cream concession for the Mar Marlon
lon Marlon County Fair next November. It !s
said that Mr. Schlitz made Milwaukee
famous, and it is truthfully said tUat
Mr. Slas is making Pelleview famous,
judging from the number of out of
town shipments and the concourse of
people that come from a distance to
partake of his cream and bask In one
of his genial smiles.
Ringing Pros', advance agent pass passed
ed passed through Belleview last Wednesday,
securing advertising space where with
to boost the attendance at their great
circus which wilj show in Ocala Oct Oct-15
15 Oct-15 tli
Some mlsereant thought It was a
great Joke to remove the state board of
health sign from where It was placed,
and tack same on tne gate of his
honor, the mayor. Rev. Benjamin F.
r reer. it wouin not ne so much or a
joke as the perpetrator thought It
would if his Identity were known, and
we feel that this
business.
Is a poor piece of
Miss Klon Sumner left for her home
at Boyette. Fla.. last Thursday. Her
many friends will miss her.
Mrs. Preston Goolsby made a busl
ness trip to Ocala last week.
Quite a number of our colored citi
zens took occasion to celebrate the
opening of the game season by going
on a deer hunt over in the Dig scrub.
Several deer. crowned their efforts and
venison has been a subject of discus
sion for several days.
A Joyous automobile party to Lake
Weir one evening last week consisting
of Mrs. W. X. Fielding, Masters William
and James Fielding and the host, Mr,
Edward Green of Ocala,
enjoyed the
moonlight ride and the beauties of
Lake Weir as it shown in the moon-
light.
Belleview is indeed favored to have!
hard roads radiating fn all directions,
and such beautiful places of resort!

close to hand for the pleasure of our
people.
Mrs. Delbert Haskell. with her
brother, Mr. Charles Fletcher, made a
business trip to Ocala last Friday.
Reading from a letter just received
from one of our Pittsburg friends,
touching upon the death of Belleview's
friend. George W. McClure. he says,
this Is to Inform you of the death of
our friend, Mr. Georare W. McClure. He
passed away Sept. 4th. at 1:13 p. m. He
was ortly ill from Friday last. Please
convey the sorrowful news to his many
Belleview friends. He loved Relleview
and everybody in it. Mr. McClure was
one of the most beloved of our winter
residents, and many a person in this
town will miss his genial beneflcienee.

Intervention In Iftexlew la Imminent
l"neM Condition Soon Improve
Washington, Sept. 10. Official Wash Washington
ington Washington Is all expectancy over the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican situation. Whether the United
States will be compelled to intervene
because of conditions along the bor border
der border and the abuse and in some cases
murder of American e'tizens. depends
upon the unfolding of the next few
days.
Should President Taft feel that in intervention
tervention intervention is necessary to prevent the
taking of lives of innocent foreigners
and destruction of their property thru
inability of the Mexican federal gov
ernment to curb the revolutionists, he
will call a special session of Congress
and lay the matter before it, asking
for the determination by that body of
what shall be done.
Army Ik Prepared
While no further movement of
troops to the front has been ordered
since two regiments of cavalry from
western forts were started on their
way last Saturday, the general staff of
the army has been very busy for some
time past making plans for any emer emergency
gency emergency that might arise. Everything Is
in as complete readiness for action as
It Is possible to have it. The United
States could mobilize a large army on
the Mexican frontier much quicker
than was the case during the Madero
rebellion, when about SO. 000 men were
sent to the frontier for "war man maneuvers."
euvers." maneuvers." il
Doujctan, Ariz., Inlll There Is o
Danger of Their Falling Into
Rebel llnn
Washington. Sept. 10. Arms and am ammunition
munition ammunition which President Taft author authorized
ized authorized exported to Mexico for use of Am Americans
ericans Americans in danger of the rebels in Ca Ca-nanea
nanea Ca-nanea have been ordered held up at
Douglas, Arizona, until there are as assurances
surances assurances that they will not fall into
the hands of rebels.
CALOMEL IS UNSAFE
Luea Druggist Who Sells Dori.on'
Liver Tone Guarantee) It to Take
the Place of Calomel
If your liver s not working just
right, you do not need to take a chance
on getting knocked all out by a dose
of calomel. Go to the Court Pharmacy
who seels Dodson's Liver Tone, and
pay 50 cents for a large bottle. You
will get a harmless vegetable remedy
that will start your liver without vio violence,
lence, violence, and if it does not give complete
satisfaction the dtuggsc will refund
your money with a smile..
T f von Ym- a lint 1 1 n f Tlrw T iunf
Tone for youPi,elf or your cnn,,reni you
have insured your family relief from
att,,bjl of n.,ton.
az. ,iver anJ headache It u a3 hen.
flI1 K- hllilM aa
adult hnttlrt f n.,,,,nn.. T.ir,r
Tqnp 1 something every man or wom woman
an woman should kep In the house. Your mon money
ey money Is safe because you can return the
bottle if It fails to satisfy.
A 111 MAN 0TniCII
Chlraco Man Who Stiifli Ili Stomach
With Hardware
Chicago, ept. 8. When physicians
operated upon John Martiner at the
county hospital yesterday to learn what
had caused "terrible pains in his stom stomach."
ach." stomach." they found nineteen pocket
knives, seventeen nais. five knife
blades, a. doyen screws and a silver dol
lar.
Martiner, who has been known to
Chicagoans as "the human tool-chest."
swallowed the articles on wagers. "It
never hurt me." said MartineT before
the operation, "but some times I'd get
terrible pains In my stomach."
Physicians pronounced the operation
as successful. Martiner is thirty-six
years old and is a laborer.
AY HAT WE NEVER FOItGET
according to science, are the things as
sociated with our early life, such 33
Bucklen's Arni Salve, that mother or
grandmother used 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 25
cents at Tydings & Company.
AUTO FOR SALE
A good, second-hand, four-passenger
car, recently thoroughly overhauled
and in fine condition. Will sell cheap
for cash or will exchange for city or
close in country property. Apply at
the Star office.
Antolne Delorla, rostmaster 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
I Pills." For sale by the Anti-Monopoly
I Drugstore,
Harmony lolet Glycerine Soap,
I full half-pound cakes. 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerlg's Postofflce Drugstores.

I

n

OH i

A eceto.lt- for the Cltlienn and
Duty for the Legislature, Say the
Solon of Reildlek
"Your railroad commission won't let
us water the stocks, and It is the water
I make my money out of."
The above is an expression made by
a railroad man in regard to the Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin laws governing railroad cor corporations.
porations. corporations. In Michigan it is unlawful for a
railroad to water its stock or issue
bond without authority to do so from
the state railroad commission.
In Florida our railroad companies
may put all the water Into their cor cor-porations
porations cor-porations the tariff wrtl stand, and the
people submit to, the paying of divi
dends to the railroads on their over-
capitaliiation.
The Florida or Interstate Commerce
Commission does not lower rates of our
railroad companies that will deprive
them from earning an interest on their
investment, or declaring dividends on
their watered stock.
This is how it affects the people of
Marion county: The total capitaliza capitalization
tion capitalization of the A. C. L. for Marion county
is about $3,700,000. The S. A. L. nearly
the same: other roads about $200,000,
making a total of about $7,600,000.
These roads can be built now for
about $1,600,000, or they are capitalized
for just $6,000,000 more than their real
worth and instead of paying the rail
road an Interest on their true value, we
are paying them an Interest on more
than six times their value.
The total debt of the state is less
than $1 per head: the total debt of the
county is less than $6 per head; each
and every soul in Marlon county is in
debt to our railroad companies $283
per head, or we are owing the railroads
just forty times as much as we are due
to state and county Indebtedness.
The average assessment of all the
wealth of Marlon county. Including the
railroad company Is less than $200 per
head, which shows that we are In debt
to the railroad company just $83 per
head more than the total assessment"
of all the wealth in the county
The average net earning- tt the A. C.
L. in the state for t year of 1910 was
about $1,50.0 pr mile and the average
a4Cinif in of the A. C. L. in the state
is about $6,000 per mile, or the A. C. L.
earned just 25 per cent on its assed
valuation and nearly fo.ur per cent on
its capitalization, or its profit to the
peonlc. wf Mariuu county was $120,000
t.
The S. A. L. average net earnings in
the state in 1 !10 wa about $1,325 per
mile and the average assessment being
abou; a.000 per mile, it earned about
'i'i per cent on its assessed valuation,
and about 2 .1-12 per cent interest on
its capitalization tr the people of Mar Marion
ion Marion paid the f. A. L. in net earnincs
abut $75,000.
The state and county taxes for Mar Marion
ion Marion county about $150,000 yearly,
showing that th? rLet profits to the A.
C I and S. A. I is nearly $30,000 more
than both state and county taxes.
The state gave the railroads 17.000.-
000 acres of land. $1,000,000 cash from
the Diston purchase, enough land to
build every foot of their roads, and be besides
sides besides the A. C. says pay us nearly
four per cent interest on about $15,000
per mile: the s. A. L. says we must
have an interest on about $64,000 per
mile, and now they want the rates
raised so they can declare larger divi dividends,
dends, dividends, so they can sell more bonds, so
they can make more out of the bonds
than they can in transportation
charges.
By what moral right Is each and ev every
ery every soul in Maoon county indebted to
the A. C. i. and S. A. L. to the amount
or $23 each?
By what moral right are the people
of this county compelled in freight and
passenger charges to give the A. C.
and S. A. L an inter-st on more than
six times the true value of their roads.
The railroad companies should have
the right to charge us enough to give
them a legitimate interest on their In Investments,
vestments, Investments, but the A. C. Ls. 23 per cent
interest on its assessed valuation Is
not legitimate nor the 22 per cent of
the S. A. I on the assessed valuations.
By what right is the L fc X. trying
to Inject $10,000,000 more water into Its
road?
Do the railroads In many of the
other states issue bonds when they
can and feel like it? No.
Why can they in Florida, because
many of the members of the legislature
know nothing about railroad earnings,
etc., and many of our legislators and
officials are very friendly to the rail
road interests and its poor politics to
work against the railroads.
Well Light what are you going to do
about It? Introduce at the very be
ginning of the session a bill that if
passed will compel the railroads to
show cause why they,, should be per permitted
mitted permitted to issue bonds and forbid them
to issue bonds unless authorized by
proper parties. Yours truly,
L S. Light.
CIin!STIN ENDEAVOR LIFE
"What is the purpose of life." is the
subject of a worthy communication in
the September number of "The Allen
Christian Endeavorer." published in
Nashville. From this article we quote
the following helpful thoughts:
"Therefore live with your face to towards
wards towards the morninsr. Trust God. nor be
afraid. Get out of stagnation into ex expectation.
pectation. expectation. Get up from the boars and
the shadows to the summit and the
sunlisrht. Get out of parsimony into
plenty and out of apprehension into as assurance.
surance. assurance. Get to God. Let our mission
be in life, to serve rather than to be
served."
The new president of the Georgia
union has been doing some successful
field work in his state. He is Col. K.
W. Crenshaw and all right they thinV
in Georsia.
Rev. and Mrs. Jas. F. Winnard. the
Tampa Times says, have returned from
their vacation on the mountain side in
Colorado. His society, that of the
Palm Avenue Presbyterian church, is
different from most in Florida in being
the Junior society grown up into a
Ymmi People's organization.
n the list in the Ocala Star, last
Friday, of teachers beina- examined In
Marion county, the name of Mis?
Louise Albertson eonnes first. She Is an
officer of the Presbyterian society In

Candler, and is one of a
zealous Endeavor workers.
family of
From a mountain top. on which is
built the village of Webster. X. C.
comes another cheery message from
Miss Laura Southard, secretary of the
Lakeland Presbyterian society. Tho
rejoicing in regained strength. Miss
Southard's thoughts are often with the
work in the lower altitude of Florida,
to which she will be glad to return
later in the fall.
In the list 'of teachers who began
duties of the winter term Monday In
Kissimmee, the Gazette mentions some
well known Endeavorers. Among them
are Misses Emma Yowell. Emma Futch
and Mae Chisolm. all of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church, and the last young lady
Is the pastor's sister.
In St. Cloud the Presbyterian society
thus advertises: "Something new In the
form of a box supper. Don't Inquire,
but come and see and enjoy the eve evening.
ning. evening. Ther- will be plenty of enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment for th- children as well as the
grown folks. Don't forget the date.
Sept 12, at the G. A. R hall, from 7
to 10 p. rn."
Mr. Marcus C. Fagg, superintendent
of the State Children's Home, located
in Jacksonville, has returned from a
summer vacation and finds the work
went on, well during his absence. He
will be glad to speak at the autumn
district conventions if planners of
programs so desire.
Society news Is scarce from many
places. Suppose you. of some society,
who reads thee words, ask in your
next busines meeting, "Who is send
ing the state press superintendent
items from our society?" If the answer
is "No one;" see that some one is ap
pointed to help us this way.
Miss Elsa Reinochl of the Starke
Presbyterians tells of the call to their
church of a minister from Pennsvl-
vania who has been an Endeavorer for
twenty years. Miss Reinochl adds.
Isn't that fine? Wish he was here
now: Grace A. Town send.
Interlachen, Sept. 11, 1912.
ntv Hoamlne the AYomla if F.ailern
Hernando Lively Scrap Itetween
Gambler and Deputy Sherlffa
(Tampa Times)
Brooksville, Sept. 9. Somewhere In
the woods of eastern Hernando county,
about Terrell, a lumber settlement, are
eleven negroes, all handcuffed, unless
they have succeeded in filing through
the chilled steel of the cuffs and free freeing
ing freeing themselves. In their homes at
Brooksville are two deputy sheriffs
with buckshot wounds in their feet
these are Bertie and Lawrence Smith,
two of the four members of the sheriff's
party who went to a point rear Dut Dut-ton's
ton's Dut-ton's still to arrest a bunch of negro
gamblers who foregathered there. The
other two members of the party were
Sheriff Law and Deputy Amstutz, who
drove the auto in which the posse
went. Xeither of the Smith hoys is
dangerously injured.
The place wnere the gamblers were
was located. It was full of negroes.
The officers entered and captured elev eleven,
en, eleven, handcuffing the lot. Then the other
members of the gang gathered outside
the shanty and began a fusillade of
shots. The two Smiths, who were
standing together, received a charsre of
buckshot in their feet.
The ofrtcers could not see their at attackers,
tackers, attackers, who outnumbered them about
ten to one. "We stood it as long as
we thougfTt we ought." said Mr. Law
this morning. 'Then when it got too
hot for us and discretion was plainly
the better part of valor, we slipped out
of the building and clambered into the
auto with the two wounded men and
come back to Brooksville." The party
got In last night.
Sheriff Law this morning said he did
not know Just when they would go
back after the negroes, but In all like likelihood
lihood likelihood the officers will go again and
with a posse big enough to bag the
lot of gamblers. The affair has caused
iuite a sensation. Also there is a
scarcity of handcuffs at the sheriff's
office.
MKS. JOHN It Mcl.EiX
Bar Harbor. Me.. Sept. 10. Mrs. John
R McLean of Washington, died at her
summer home here yesterday, after be
ing ill a week with pneumonia. Mrs.
McLean was one of the national cap!
tal's most widely known hostesses. Her
entertainments for the last 23 years
have been looked upon as milestones in
a Washington social season, and at attracted
tracted attracted wide attention for their splen splendor.
dor. splendor. She was the daughter of the late
General and Mr. Beale. Her only sis sister
ter sister is Madame Barkmateff, wife of the
ambassador from Russia, and her only
brother is Truxton Beale. of thi- city.
HOW'S THIS
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 lo 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,
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welcome. Howell M. Hampton. E. R,
Josejh Bell. Secretary.
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OGALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
1. It. Carroll, lSnslness Manager.
you. After reading Tom Watson n
magaaine. we wouldn't suppose you
could be shocked at anything. Where
have you been all this time, not to
have heard of the straw-ride, which
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dacy was announced, Mr. Davies and
his successor. Mr. Frank B. Sehutz,
came out openly for Wilson and, as has
been said. literally burned their
bridges behind them. They not only
announced their preference for Gover Governor
nor Governor Wilson, but plunged into the cam campaign
paign campaign and worked night and day not
only in Wisconsin but in adjoining
states.
mm
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was an old lnJlluuon wnen .Mtriuu.-.c-leh
was young?
Severe
Storm Swept Rverj-thlnK
Vicinity of the tialf City
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mail matter.

AIHLITV TO IIKLP OUKSELVKS
It is in the power of every nation,
every state, every community, to con conduct
duct conduct its affairs so as to obtain the
greatest good for the greatest num number.
ber. number. Bad laws, high prices, lack of
i.ubllc utilities, official corruption, and
on mhr evils the neonlo suffer
from
are principally their own fault.
The Amerl.MP people have a sy
mtril form of government fro
president down to constable. Th
haw an efficient method of carry!'
on business, they have unequaled e
turnrkn And resources, and if thei
country Is not as near a genuine
Utopia as could be it is because
the
disposition

of the great majority tojaml

leave everything outside or inuivmuai
concerns to some one else.
Ocala la a good town, not so good as
pome, better than many on the whole,
above the average. Rut Its people are
complaining about many evils that
they could remedy, and about slack slackness
ness slackness in enterprise in matters in which
they as a mass show a lamentable In Indifference.
difference. Indifference. The most important matter to be
considered In the near future is the
Marion County Fair, only a few weeks
off. Some enterprising individuals are
doing what they can to promote it,
but complain with reason that the
vast majority are not thinking of it,
and will not until almost time for the
Kates to open.
rrobably the most powerful factor
for promoting the progress of Ocala is
the Board of Trade. Considering the
population of the town and Its volume
of business, this body Is ridiculously
small. There have never been more
than
or 30 members
present at a
number has
cent, of the
should have
at least fifty
meeting, although this
represented a large per
membership. The board
100 to 150 members, and
should be present at every meeting. It
la claimed by some that the rates are
too high. If the membership was
larger, the rates could be lowered, and
we know several men not members
better able to pay the fees than a ma majority
jority majority now on the roll; besides, the
benefit to business resulting from the
work of the organization would repay
them In coin as well as a sense of duty
done. The Board of Trade has con considerable
siderable considerable expense, all of which is for
the public benefit, and absolutely no
way of raising revenua except by tax taxing
ing taxing the members. It is the duty of
every business man who can possibly
pay the fees, and comparatively few
In Ocala cannot, to Join the board and
attend as many meetings as possible.
We all complain, and with reason, of
high freight rates; but we are not do doing
ing doing what we can to bring them down
and hold them down. It Is very true
th. Oklawaha route cannot supply this
territory with anywhere near the
amount of freight it needs, but a great
quantity could come that way, and
would. If the merchants would make a
concerted and sustained effort to pat patronize
ronize patronize it. We do not give the Rentz
rji'llPflllil H. much business as we
should. It Is entirely practical to make
a short freight and passenger line of
this road to tidewater; It should be
treated as Ocala's own road, but it is
not receiving the support It deserves,
and that It would pay Ocala to give.
The Tampa an( Jacksonville, another
local Toad, Is In handshaking distance
of the city, but we lack the enterprise
to reach out and grasp It. There are
three independent railroads right
around Ocala, two of them entering it,
and a vigorous policy on the part of
our people would make the city the
hub of a wheel, every spoke of which
would bring money into the town.
In local affairs, the city needs a sew sewerage
erage sewerage system. It needs a new high
school building, It needs more water
pressure, and it needs more sidewalks
and paved streets. Everybody Teallzes
the need of these things, and every
other body abuses the city government
for not furnishing them; but compara comparatively
tively comparatively few do any more than complain.
How many of our people attend the
meetings of the council or have any
practical Idea of the workings of the
city government?
We do not need, but we want, band
concerts at least one night In the week
during the summer season. We have
a fine bond, and the people If properly
approached, would give the small
amount necessary to pay It for its
work, but no man has yet been found
who would devote the little time neces necessary
sary necessary to raising the fund.
Advancement of a city, state or na nation
tion nation requires effort on the part of Its
citizens. As long as It Is left to the
comparatively few, the movement will
be slow and Ill-proportioned. Ocala Is
not so slow, nor crooked, but she
might be Rwlfter and straighter.
TIIRY WAXT TO II K TKMPTED
There Is a whole volume of truth in
the following from the Miami Herald:
Standing on the gallows, in the
shadow of the noose, a convicted man
about to be executed, last Friday
warned his hearers against the seduc seductions
tions seductions of whisky, cards and dancing,
charg'ng that h! downfall and crime
were directly attributed to those
things.
Rather should he have stated the
truth, which was that it was his own
weakness and desire that led to his
position on the callows.
Nelfher whisky, cards nor dancing
have' any attractions for the strong,
clean minded man. The saloon offers
no temptation to the man who Is de determined
termined determined to kep himself from the
danger of overindulgence In Intoxicat Intoxicating
ing Intoxicating liquors. Cards have no fascination
for the man whose mind is bent on
better ways of spending his time.
Dancing. If Indulged in In moderation
and In suitable company, has never
been the cause of the downfall of any
man or woman worth the saving.
We are very apt to lay our failings
to our temptations, when the fact is
that we do not exert ourselves to
withstand temptation prefering to
float along on the lazy stream of in indulgence,
dulgence, indulgence, rather than manfully to fight
our'base Inclinations.

The strawride is comparatively a
new invention, and like many modern
customs Is a detriment to our young
people. When we see young-ladies and
young men packed in wagons as tight
as sardines in a tin box we wonder
what the parents mean who permit
their daughters to experience this too too-close
close too-close contact with the opposite sex.
So far as we are concerned, we would
Just as soon have a daughter sit in a
young man's lap as to have them pack packed
ed packed Into a wagon as they are In the de delightful
lightful delightful modern strawrldes. Fort
Lauderdale Sentinel.
Gee. George; we are surprised at

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ri.ri.ii A- niokmin fit Mcintosh Lose
their lliislness IIoiie and
Mock of Goods
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The bisz store of Christian v uick-
-on at Mcintosh was' destroyed by fire
yesterday morning. The origin of the
blaze is unknown. J
The loss amounts to 20K partly
covered by insurance. The firm has
Tt K-t if.ri.ifrl whether to rebu.ld or,
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not.
his firm has for a numreT oi ea
had a branch house at Punnellon, and
has recently established a house at Mi-
If it does not rebuild at Mcin
tosh, it will be much missed in that
section, where its store has become as
much an institution as the church or
schoolhouse.
oi l: COUXTHV
rians are being worked out by a
committee of the New York League of
Republican Clubs to give national
scope to the project for erecting a
memorial tablet on Mason and Dixon's
line bearing the words "Our Country,"
to mark the passing of sectionalism.
The movement was suggested by Gen General
eral General James Gordon's farewell speech
I to the Senate on February z, wu n ne
said: "I want to see Mason and Dixon's
line obliterated from the
United States ami on it
word. 'Our Country.'
map. of
written
the
the
Where once the smoke of battle rolled.
Where War its beads of crimson told.
Where flamed the cannon' deadly
breath.
Where sang the leaden Iipps of death.
Where fallen armies bleeding lay.
In huddled heaps of mangled clay.
A stately shaft will soon arise
And jnroudly utter to the skies.
"Our Country."
Mason and Dixon's line will cease,
Blurred out beneath the hand of 1'eace,
Old fears and feuds al last will speed;
In dust and darkness buried deep;
And heroes of the gray and blue
Will come the monument to view.
And clasping bands beside the stone
Will murmur each in reverent tone
"Our Country."
Oh, magic words that sweep away
The boundaries of blue and gray.
And
And
Oh.
heal the veteran's angry scars,
mend the tattered stripes and
stars,
words that make the message
clear
To all the nations, far and near.
That ancient grievances are past.
And North and South are now at last
"Our Country."
Minna Irvine, in Leslie's.
SUNSHINE VERSE FOR SEPTEMItEIt
"There is no beautifler of complex complexion
ion complexion or form of behavior, like the wish
to scatter joy and not pain around us."
Emerson.
THE AVIATION SCHOOL
(Gainesville Sun)
Gainesville may secure an aviation
school, City Clerk Jos. E. Waugh hav having
ing having In his possession a letter addressed
to Mayor Matheson from the Moissant
International Aviators, New York, in
which they say:
"Your city has been recommended to
us as being a particularly desirable lo location
cation location for the establishment of our
winter aviation school, and we should
be pleased to have you advise us what
inducements, if any, you think would
be offered to us by your leading citi citizens.
zens. citizens. "The school would prove a great at attraction
traction attraction for your city and would bring
visitors from all over the country.
"We require: A level field not less
than 2,000 feet long by 1,000 feet wide,
not located near or between hills or
mountains, and without obstructions,
groups of trees or telegraph wires.
Three sheds 40 feet by ."0 feet, com completely
pletely completely enclosed.
"It would be weir if the field were
in the vicinity of a well-equipped ma machine
chine machine shop where minor repairs could
be done.
"We will move our school equip equipment,
ment, equipment, Including five machines, field
pilots, force of mechanicians and pu pupils
pils pupils about November 1st.
"Assuring you that if we are able to
make arrangements with you we will
do our part to make the enterprise of
great value to your city, we remain.
"Respectfully yours,
"The Molsant International Aviators.
"By A. E. Wuppermann, Sec'y."
STEWART'S
FRIENDS
THANK
TIIE STAR
Editor Star: I desire on behalf of
the family of Rev. S. I). Stewart, to ex express
press express to you our thanks and apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation for the articles appearing in your
valuable paper, relative to his charac character
ter character and citizenship while a resident of
this city. It Is very consoling to us to
know that his life was of such nature
as to receive your commendations, and
the recollection of them will be pleas pleasant
ant pleasant for us to recall. We also desire
to express our thanks and apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation to the friends, white and colored,
for the many kindnesses during his
illness, and for the condolence and
sympathy shown at his death. The
memory of these kindly tributes shall
long dwell with us, and shall be in inspiration
spiration inspiration to follow the example he has
set.
With heartiest thanks to all.
Respectfully,
C. II. Stewart.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. !'. miL'.
One secret of the large membership,
as well as of the ureat capacity for
doing things, which characterizes the
St. Petersburg board of trade, is the
fact that a larare proportion of its
members are women. At its last meet meeting
ing meeting of the Lakeland board of trade,
the matter of admitting women to
membership was broached, and the
proposition was unaimously favored.
The cooperation
doubtedly would
tion's usefulness.
of
the
women un-
double the
Lakeland
organiza organiza-Teleuram.
Teleuram. organiza-Teleuram. ICE CREAM SUITER
AT PLEAS NT HIM.
An ice cream supper will be given at
the Pleasant Hill school house, Sept.
20, for the purpose of raising money to
buy an organ for the school. Every Everybody
body Everybody is cordially invited to attend.

K. of F. meet Monday evening.

Tampa. Fla., Sept. 10. During the
last two day? Tampa has received
more than eight inches of rainfall. Al Already
ready Already the downfall for the first nine nine-days
days nine-days of the month is in excess of the
usual fall for the entire month. The
ind from the ?outh has brought much

water m on high tiaes ana ior ine nrsi
time in ten years the water topped the
sea wall and flowed into the city park
yesterday. The Hill-borough rose un until
til until the water touched the draw of the
bridge. Not even a row boat could pass
beneath the structure. The Peninsular
and Occidental liner Olivette sailed
Sunday nisrht for Havana, but stopped
inside the bar at
Earmont waiting for
calmer weather,
been over thirty
The wind
miles here
has not
but is
rousher outside.
Water backed
up on the Tampa
at Hooker's Point,
street car service in
Northern tracks
Portions of the
tiie city are out
of business on ar-
count of washouts. So great is the
rainfall that the storm sewers choked
and the streets were flooded in many
places.
si mm
Seaboard Air Mne Ha Representative
DescriMns (ieorKlu end Florida to
Western Farmer
Times-Union)
"The Seaboard Air Line Railway has
adopted this season what tt js hoped
will be an effective plan for the adver advertising
tising advertising of the agricultural and invest investment
ment investment attractions alontt its lines." said
an industrial agent of the road in con conversation
versation conversation with a Times-Union repre representative
sentative representative yesterday. "This plan." con
tinued he, "includes the distribution of
attractive illustrated literature, de descriptive
scriptive descriptive of the sections traversed by
the Seaboard Air Line Railway in the
South, particularly Georgia ami Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at the annual state fairs, which
are quite a feature of the late summer
and early fall in the middle western
states of the country.
Made Attractive
The farmers at that time have har harvested
vested harvested their crops and the annual state
fairs are made attractive for them, and
they attend n large numbers. Some of
the states, which include a large num number
ber number of people who are ,'jiterested in
southern conditions, are now Holding
their annual state fairs and the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard -has a representative who is
traveling certain ot tnese states, visit visiting
ing visiting the fairs as they occur.
"The people of this thickly populated
western area manifest a great interest
In Florida and Georgia
lieved that the method
touch with the farmers
they are attending the
fair, after their harvest
and it is be be-of
of be-of getting in
at the time
annual state
period is over
and when they have leisure to read
and learn of the South, will result of
many of them making an investigation
leading to investment in the south At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic area, which offers so many at at-fractions
fractions at-fractions to the agriculturist."
THEY HA It ELY SQUEEZED THRU
IlepultlleaiiM Iteeovereri Their Lead In
the Pine State b Small
Majority
Portland, Me., Sept. 10. Maine turn turned
ed turned back to the republican party in the
state election yesterday. W'lliam T.
Haines of Waterville, being elected
governor over Governor Frederick W.
Plaisted. his democratic opponent, who
sought a second term, while the repub republicans
licans republicans regained one of the two con congressional
gressional congressional districts lost to the demo democrats
crats democrats two years ago.
The new legislature is expected to
have a small republican majority, al although
though although returns were not sufficient to
show whether former Congressman E.
C. Burleigh, republican. or Senator
Obediah Gardner, democrat, will be
chosen to the United States Senate for
the term beginning next March.
Returns for governor from out
of 634 election districts gave Haines,
republican. 58.187: Plainted. democrat.
53,706. The corresponding vote for
1!110 was: Fernald. republican. ."3.271:
Plaisted. democrat, 58,srl.
These returns show a republican
gain of :t per cent and if a democratic
loss of 0 per tent Is maintained
throughout the state. Haines' election
is indicated by about 3,7."0 plurality,
compared with 8 6fi0 given Plaisted in
l : 1 f.
Fit NCE FIRST IN FLIOHT
Julius VerilrlneM Won the First Trophy
In Aviation for III Country
Chlcasio. Sept. 10. France won the
world's aviation championship yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Jules Verdrines. driving a Deper-.
dussin monoplane, took from America
the .lame Gordon P.ennett silver cup
without a contest. Verdrine-s" time for
121.S miles over th'- 111 mile course
was l hour 10 minutes and ."6.85 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. His average time was 10 ".."
miles an hour.
WII.MIXN LEI1ERSHII
me of the areat causes of Wood row
Wilson's success in life has been his
ability to attract and retain the en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic devotion of other men. There
is something about the personality of
the man. a mysterious something,
which, for want of a better word, we
call personal magnetism, that binds to
him and his cause every generous soul
with whom he comes in contact. All
his life Mr. Wilson has been a sort of
storm center about whom other men
have stood and contended. There have
been dissensions
always there ha ha-among
among ha-among his asso,
on other matters but
been perfect accord
l a e s
:n
lov.
and
loyalty to him.
This quality of
b-a
r-'iip was par par-in
in par-in the pre-con-cimpain.
Mr.
han two years
known only to
he president of
ti.ularly demonstrated
vent ion presidential
Wilson had been less
in public life. He was
a comparative few as
a university, and yet. a a-developed,
developed, a-developed, leader after 1
the campaign
adcr in everv
state in the country cast their for fortunes
tunes fortunes in with him and burned their
bridges behind them. Conspicuous ex example
ample example in point is Joseph E. Davies.
secretary of the national democratic
committee and manager of the west western
ern western headquarter-. Mr. Davies had been
chairman of the Wisconsin state cen central
tral central committee and. in due time, suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded to the national chairmanship.
Wisconsin democracy for years had
been divided and disorganized but. un under
der under the leadership of Mr. Davies. had
become a strong working, fighting or organization.
ganization. organization. When Mr. Wilson's candi-

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Anclent Roman Cities Will be Entirely
I ncovereri at the Expense of an
American
New York. Sept. 10. According to
dispatches from Rome J. Pierpont Mor Morgan
gan Morgan has laid before the Italian gov government
ernment government a plan for completing the ex excavation
cavation excavation in Pompeii and Hereulaneum.
It is said Mr. Morgan is willing to un undertake
dertake undertake the entire task of uncovering
Herculaneum at his own expense.
III
Mr.
Waheba Are from the Cooling
Hoard anil Smiled at the
Undertaker
Sherman. Texas, Sept. 10. Undertak Undertakers
ers Undertakers Talley and Smith were startled
when a "dead" woman, Mrs. Sawaka
Waheba, whom they were preparing
for burial, arose from the eooling board
and smiled at them. The woman lived
for six hours afterward. After the un undertakers
dertakers undertakers recovered from their sur surprise
prise surprise they sent for physicians, who
worked with th woman. She showed
every indication of recovery. However,
her heart became weaker and she died
from heart failure later in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miami is to have the first church in
the state equipped with a roof gar garden,
den, garden, and what more suitable place for
evening worship than under "Heaven's
ebon vault, studded with stars unutter unutterably
ably unutterably bright." rMiami Metropolis.
The teachers of Florida are to be
organized and contributions solicited
from every one for the Wilson cam campaign
paign campaign fund. It will then be in order
for the lawyers and judges to be ask
ed for a dollar each for the Taft treas treasury.
ury. treasury. Just what class can be asked for
donations for the Roosevelt fund is
not apparent, unless .It would be the
fellows who like to raise particular
Hades. Miami Metropolis.
MANY DRIVEN' FROM HOME
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 thp way of multitudes Is to use
Dr. King's New Discovery and cure
yourself at home. Stay right there,
with your friends, and take ths safe
medicine. Throat and Jung 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 $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company.
PICNIC AT OAK GROVE
There will be an annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak Grove on Saturday
October 5th, 1D12, and there will also
be two baseball games, one before noon
and one in the afternoon. Everybody
Is invited to come and enjoy the day.
Refreshments will be served by a com committee.
mittee. committee. The implicit confidence that many
people have in Chamberlain' 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.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
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 always
ways always welcome. B. X. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
To prevent pneumonia, a cold settled
in the lungs should be attended to at
once. Put a HERRICK'S RED PEPPER
POROUS PLAHTER on the chest and
take BALLARDt HOREHOUND
SYRUP internally. It's a winning
combination. Buy the dollar size Hore Hore-hound
hound Hore-hound Syrup; you get a porous plaster
free with each bottle. Sold by all
druggists.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L Taylor, F.
Cha. K. Sage. Secretary.
M.
WE WILL MAIL YOU fl
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches. Rroken Jewelry and
Precious stones. Money sent by return
mail.
Philn.
We
Gold
price-;
Smelllne & ReFInlnjc Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
t heMtniit St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTISTS
will buy your Gold Fillings.
Scrap and platinum. Highest
paid.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT
To W. F. Kelly and Robert Benson,
ml all other persons interested: No Notice
tice Notice i- herebv given that on August
j::rd. 1 1 2 Mrs. T. A. Lamb and T. A.
Limb. h-r husband, instituted a suit
at law against W F. Kelly and Robert
Hen-on in his own right for the heirs
of E. D. Pen son. deceased, by attaeh attaeh-men
men attaeh-men in the circuit court of the fifth
Judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
in and fr Marion county. the said
plaii:t:ff claiming as damages in said
suit he Mim of one hundred, fifteen
ar. 1 .-."-"! ) dollars.
You. W. F. Kelly and Robert Benson,
and all other r.ersons interested, are
hereby notified to be and appear
be-
fore the sail court and defend
aid
action on or before the
4th
t h e
lav of November. A. D.
C'urt hojs In o--ala. Marion
. Florida. or default will be
it
"in::.',
a k -- n
against you.
Witness. S. T. sistrunk. clerk of
sa: 1 e..urt. and the seal of said court
at the court house in Ocala. Marion
county. Florida, this the -::rd day of
Aurj-t. A. D. lf12. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
W. K. Zewad-ki, Plaintiffs Attorney.
AN ORDINANCE
Confirm:
Privik
. ."('itiz-e
n.
the Sale of all the Rights,
and Franchises of the
Gas. Lig.-.i. Heat and
Power Company" to 11. S. Hall, ani
Granting to the said R. S. Hall and
Such Mther Persons as May Become

1

MJ IdDW

Wednesday, Septtemniibcr IMn, Marks
Our (GreaH Fallll Keitaclffioini Sale.

The Goods are Marked Down Regardless of
Cost. The Big Fall Stock is Arriving daily
and we have no room for the partly New
Goods. Take advantage of this Great Oppor Opportunity.
tunity. Opportunity. : : : : :
Ladies' Fall and Wiefleir Coatl
Soils, House Presses, Slreel
Dresses, Uiuderwear ol Mimds,
SMrls aed Waisls. : :

FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS
Best Ginghams 4 l-2c, Lawns 5c, Bordered Bordered-Lawn
Lawn Bordered-Lawn 6 l-2c, 6c and 8c Embroidery 4c a yard.
SKIRTS 49c AND UP
THIS SALE WILL ONLY LAST A FEW DAYS, UNTIL STOCK
IS SUFFICIENTLY REDUCED. STOCK MUST BE DISPOSED
OF REGARDLESS OF COST

L

Successor to Hurst & Garner
PHONE 437

Interested with Him in Organizing a
Corporation Under the Name of
"Ocala Gas Company" all of the
Rights, privilegps and Franchise?
Heretofore Granted by the City of
Ocala to Robert P. Manly and those
Recomins Associated with Him un under
der under the Corporate Name of ''Citizens'
Gas, Light. Heat and Power Com Company,"
pany," Company," as Provided by Ordinance
Adopted by the City Council of the
City of Ocala, June ath, 184, and the
Ordinance Extending the Time
Granted to Said Persons, Adopted by
the City Council of the City of Ocala
December 16th, 1M08.
Whereas, the city council of the city
of Ocala by ordinance duly passed and
adopted June 5th, 1814, granted to
Robert P. Manly and those who might
become associated with him under the
name of the "Citizens' Gas, Light,
Heat and Power Company" the right of
constructing and maintaining a system
of mains, pipes and all necessary
works and appliances for manufactur manufacturing,
ing, manufacturing, vending and furnishing gas for
illumination and other purposes in the
city of Ocala, for a perod of twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five (-) years from June 5th. 18'J4, as
appears by the compilation of the or ordinances
dinances ordinances of the said city of Ocaja in
effect May 12th. 1910, eompilpd by
Richard McConathy, on pages 139 et
sei., and
Whereas, The said Robert P. Manly
and others did become associated to together
gether together under the name aforesaid, and
did form and cause to be chartered by
the state of Florida, a corporation by
the said name of "Citi7ens" Gas, Light,
Heat and Power Company," and
Whereas. The said city council of the
city of Ocala did. by ordinance adopted
by it on December 16tli 1108, as-appears
by the said compilation of said
ordinances on pages 142 et. seq. extend
the time so granted to the said Robert
I. Manly and those who became asso associated
ciated associated with him under the said name
of "Citizens' Gas, Light, Heal and
Power Company" for a period of ten
years from June 5th, 1919, and
Whereas. R. S. Hall has succeeded to
all of the rights, privileges, franchises
and property of the said Citizens' Gas,
Light, Heat and Power Company, and
is actually operating and carrying on
the business lately carried on by said
company, but the said sale, transfer or
assignment of said property, privileges
and franchlsrd has not been ratified by
the city council of the city of Ocala.
and
Whereas, The said R. JS. Hall and
others are about to form a corporation
to take over the property and effects,
privileges, franchises and rights, no
held as aforesaid, under the name of
Ocala Gas Company.
NOW THEREFORE. RE IT ORDAINED
BV THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF OCALA:
Section 1. That the sale, transfer
and assignment of the property and
effects, rights, privileges and fran franchises
chises franchises of the said Citizens' Gas. Light.
Heat and Power Company to the said
R. Hall be and the same Is hereby
ratified and confirmed.
ec. 2. That all of the rights, priv privileges
ileges privileges and franchises granted and giv given
en given by the city of Ocala to the said
Robert P. Manly and those becoming
associated with him in the formation
of said Citizens' Gas, Light, Heat and
Power Company, as aforesaid, as pro provided
vided provided bv the ordinances aforesaid, be.
and the same are hereby extended,
cranted and given, to the said R. S.
Hall and his associates who may be become
come become intersted with him in the organ organization
ization organization of a corporation under the said
name of Ocala Gas Company, and their
successors and assigns, for the time
and for the purposes mentioned In the
ordinances so nassed and adopted as
aforesaid.
?ec. 3. The said R. ?. Hall, and his
associates who may become interested
with him in the organisation of the
said corporation aforesaid, and their
successors and assigns, be. and they
are hereby required to carry out and
perform all of the provisions of the
said ordinances aforesaid, and do and
perform all things required to be done
and performed thereby on the part of
the said Robert P. Manly and those
becoming interested with him in the
organization of said Citizens' Gas.
Light. Heat and Power company, and
tney are hereby made subject to ali of
th conditions and requirements of the
said ordinances aforesaid.
t:c 4 Th- sail company shall b
required to reimburse the city of Ocala
for the costs and lea-al advertisements,
and all other expenses connected with
the passage of this act. before the ap approval
proval approval hereof by the mayor.
Placed on flrst reading and referred
to judiciary committee July 2nd. 1M2.
Placed on second reading, read and
adopted by sections August 20th. 1 f 1 2.
Placed "on third and final readiner
and adopted bv roll call August 20.
1H12. R. R. Carroll.
President City Council.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.
Approved bv me as mayor of Ocala
August 31, 1'J12. J. D. Iiobertson,
Mayor of Ocala.

m mil

HUHBT

- West Ft King Avenu
OCALA, FLORIDA

F. E. McCLANE, M. P.
Specialist In Clinic Diseases

THE DR. r,VCLANE MDCAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Ocala, Florida

TIIONES:
Office, 333.
Dr. McCIane's Residence. 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence. 52.

Notes Calls made lr apeelal appolntmeat. Special Geall (Trtaary Cllale
after 7 p. m. each day.

Call np Phone 300 and Let

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AND ELECTRICAL WORK
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vre employ none tint expert vre are la polloa to raaraatee ev every
ery every piece of work tve coaMrurt to of n oil the lapeetlea of the mm(
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HOTEL CMUIRCMIILIL
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on

the American and European Plans.
American Plan. $2 per day and up. European Plan, 11.00 per day and up.
Special W eekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.

FG3ESLH

WE have just received a Large and Complete Line of
Fresh Seed and can supply your wants in this Line
no matter how Small or how Large.
S' nd us a List of vhat Seed you may need,and will
quo; you Special I'rirco.
All Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

OCALA SEED STORE

roa SioHtcn Touat.l and Cos;

E. L STEWART, M. D
Specialist in Diseases of Eye. Ear,
Nose, Throat ani Lungs

OFFICE;
Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. Koulhwest
Corner of Public '.qnar
ns Give an Estimate on Your
OCALA, FLOIIIDA
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OCALA CYEXTCG STAR, TLESDAr, SEPTEMBER 10, 19 IS

Extracts From a Mary
"ONE MAN' SYSTEM"

Vc talked with one of our customers yesterday. We

e of the cost of living. He says he started on very
1 wages, and managed to save money. It seemed al al-impossble,
impossble, al-impossble, but he began by making a schedule of liv-

expenscs, those things abolutely necessary. What re re-led
led re-led he called his profits, and used half for pleasure ex

es, saving the other half. He said it was all due to

aittle system he used and knowing exactly what he

t."

: WAY TO SAVE

HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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irtrutl mtlt

QGflLfl WHS

HOARD OF TRADE

Undertaker Smith, phone-? 10 and 94.

Elks meet this evening-.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Board of Trade tomorrow night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

F. V. of .V. meets Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Phone 284 for quick prescription service.

Rev. T. J. Nixon went to Gainesville
this morning.

Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
seed3.

Capt. J. B. Martin went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville this morning.

All klr.ds of poultry feeds and rem remedies
edies remedies at the Ocala Seed Store.

Mr.. J. II. Dunn has returned from
her visit to St Petersburg.

I !"" .w '' .', r JTJ' t. x ... 1

f i

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A new lino of toilet requisites just
in. Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores.

HrKnlar cml-Monthl y Mediae AVI 11
lc Held Tomorrow Night
The members of the Board of Trade

will hold their regular seml-monthly
meeting at their headquarters on East
Broadway tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock. Matters of importance to the
city and county ar to be decided. Ev Every
ery Every member should attend, and If pos possible,
sible, possible, bring a recruit to the board.

AIR DOME

Extra nic Show and Doable Prle
Thin livening
Tonight there will be a double show
at the Air Dome double prizes and
double pictures six reels. There was
never a better show yiven for the mon money
ey money in Ocala.
John Bunny, the big. fat. funny man,
will be ff-atured, with the pretty Vita Vita-graph
graph Vita-graph girls in a roaring comic. Don't
miss this big feature.
Double prizes given all this week.
Watch for the big features that are
coming soon.
The seats will be perfectly dry, as
the canopy has been on since Saturday.

ill HI)

Five fine feature reels of pictures
tonight, two of them side-splitting
comedies. A No. 1 music by the Ideal
orchestra and this is a show that tha
most fastidious person could not crit criticize.
icize. criticize. The music is changed every day
and each night a violin solo will be
played by Mr. Abbott. Don't fail to see
these five brand new reels tonight and
hear some good music with them.

TEMPLE

Amateur Meat at the Temple Tonight
With Three 1)1 k Acta
Three fine reels of up to the minute
pictures, all the favorites. Miss Sage,
Mr. Gallant, Mr. J. C. Cahoon. lots of
good music. Are you going? Tes, you
bet you are, and you are going to bring

i all your friends with you and see the
'largest and bet show for 5 cents you
J ever saw in your life. Three things you
j want to remember: Matinee tomorrow

at 4 p. m., big minstrel first part to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night, and the babv show

i starting soon. Ask the man at the!

window.

EVERYBODY
Comes in contact with a bank, at some tine or other.
While not all have checking accounts? No business
man shonld be without such a financial advantage.
Open an Account
with this bank, if yon have not already done so. Ton will
be agreeably surprised at the difference it will make in
the safety and accuracy of your business methods.

CAPITAL. FULLT PAID IX 97MM

H STOKES. C&ihlar.
JNO. L. EBWARDi, Pr. CLARENCE CAMP. Tie.

RHEINI ER' STORK WILL

IIK CLOSED Til 1" USD AY

Dr. Percy F. Lisk of Fort McCoy is

at the Ocala House.

Mr. .1. G. Parrish visited his relatives

iat Iake Ilutler Sunday.

Mr. Bradford Williams is taking a

'vacation at Lake Weir.

While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after

: money; just want your company.

Mr. Julius Erown has gone to Atlanta

to resume his studies in the Georgia
Military School.

Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerig's Postofflce Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.

der a China Dinner or Breakfast

Bet with your Initial on same.

SEE WINDOW

Mr. Fletcher, a citizen from F.elle-

iview, attended the meeting of Ocala
! Lodge No. 19. K. of P. last night.

In consequence of ,i Jewish holida

Rheinaur's store will be closed Thu
lay. St-ptembi-r 12.

STOCK POIl SILE

For sale cheap, for cash, three shar

($300 of the capital stock of the Ocal

Fertilizer Company. If interested in

quire at Star office.

Mrs. Jake Drown will leave tomor

row for a visit to Coston and other
northern cities. With Mrs. Drown in
Poston. Miss Helen at Randolph-Macon
and Julius in Atlanta, Jake will be
some lonesome, but with the Royal
Arch. Masons. Odd Fellows. Knights of
Pythias. Woodmen. Fraternal Union
and Hoard of Trade, he will try to keep

most of his evenings occupied.

SHOTGUN FOK SALE

A uood double-barreled, hammerle-

L C. Smith shotgun for sale, cheap f.

rash. Apply at Star office.

Mr. Clyde Prasington of Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, Ala., is in the city, visiting his
cousin. Miss Lois Pray.

Eo MLMMETT

Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing

land comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerigs Postofflce Drugstores.

Miss Annie Laurie Perry has return-

Jed from a pleasant visit to her sister.

Mrs. Pert McDonald, in Jacksonville.

THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

al Fireless Cook Stow

lade in One. Two and Three Compartments- Ten Sizes

T i rfi'it i i I 1 1 iJiv 'oil i Ani tggSftf

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores.

Judge H. C. Gordon. of-Tampa was
in town today, a guest of the Ocala
House.

Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the'"Ooala News Co.

Mr. W. J. Pradley. professor in the
Paptist I'niversity of Oklahoma, a
great institution which is taking a
year for preparing and extending its
buildings, comes to the Phi Sigma
College to assist Prof, and Mrs. Looney
in establishing on a high and perma permanent
nent permanent basis their already prosperous
and successful private institution.

Prof. Pradley has degrees A. P.. P.. S.
and A. M., from various superior uni universities.
versities. universities. We trust our young people
who need some important training in
whatever brand of study or business,
will take advantage of the opportunity
afforded by the Phi Sigma.

Mr. Ieon Piiihel iir ttilj ni.irnlfi 1

for Baltimore, where on Wednesday!
evening, Sept. 23, he will be united in'
marriage to Miss Bessie Newhan. a,
charming young lady of the Monument
'City.) After a weddine trin to New,

Torlc and other j.oints of interest, tiiev :

!vill return to make their home in;
! Ocala. Mr. Fishel was brought up in '.
Ocala and numbers his friends in city

.and county by the hundred. Their
!best wishes go with him.

Mr. Heron Todd will go to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Monday to meet his mother and
sister. Mrs. Rex Todd and Miss Rexie.
who have been spending the summer In
Kentucky. Miss Kate Walker. Mr.
Todd's cousin, a charming young lady
of Clinton. Ky is expected here about
Oct. 1 for a visit of some months with
her relatives.

Among the guests at the Windsor.)
are: Miss E. M. Alexander, of Camden, j
S. C, and Miss M. Williams, of Ocala.
The young women are on a trip to the
northern resorts and will return to

Ocala later. Miss Alexander is a niece
of Mr. T. M. Wilson, proprietor of the
Windsor. They will leave today on the
steamship Iroquois for New York.
Times-Union.

FIXE GUAVAS FOR SALE

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

SCHOOL BOOKS AT MARTIVS

1)11. V. K. LAE

Mr. Herbert Martin will leave Friday
for Auburn. Ala., to resume his studios
at the Plytechnical Institute.

Mr. W. L Penham, one of Roddick'?
industrious farmers, was In town today.

Judge D. C. Hull of DeLand Is in the
city on legal business with "Spencer &
Spencer.

Regular office hours
2 to p. m.

'J to 12 a, m.

Mr. Jerome Wldeman of DeLand is
in town on business for his lyceum
bureau.

Miss Marguerite Edwards, j-oungest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. L Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, returned today from a visit to
Miss Marian Connor at Lake Weir.

D. IT. McGinnes, who is connected
with the Roess Lumber Company of
Ocala, is In town for a few days, stop stopping
ping stopping at the DeSoto. Tampa Times.

turned today from Jacksc
I ins their son, Mr. R. E. Y
family.

ROASTS, BAKES, STEAMS, STEWS, FRIES, BOILS.

irate Jmls for T-Uch Compartment Water Sealed Top Solid

lunjnuni Lining Celebrated 'Wear-Ever" Aluminum Cooking

Utensils I'crfeet Insulation Beautifully Finished
Vulcanized Hardwood Case
henever we advertise an article you know that that In Itself is an as as-e
e as-e of merit of true worth. You have come to have confidence In our
gfa.
hen we say, then, that In our judgment the "Ideal" Fireless Cook Stove

all odds the best fireless cooker made, It will immediately revive In

mind the idea you have had of buying a fireless cooker.

tutting oft the purchase of an "Ideal" means more to you than depriving

elf of a luxury or an. extravagance. The purchase of an "Ideal" is un un-onably
onably un-onably true economy in its broadest sense.
ie saving of 80 per cent of your fuel bill; the saving of time, strength
ibor; the matter of cooking your food In a more nutritious and healthy

the conservation of your energy, health and looks, are all problems

the "Ideal" solve effectually.

rop In and let us show you that the foregoing is all solid fact.

iapion Hardware Co.

Ocala, Florida

Mr. and Mrs. Ti. K.

Yonge, Sr., re-

qnvllle, brlng-

onqe, Jr., and

Men our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler FJarber
College, Atlanta. Ga.

The members of Tulula Lodge I. O.
O. F. will have work this evening, and
all members of the degree team are re requested
quested requested to be on hand early.

Arkansas Chin & Fever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Ouaranteed
to cure. Test for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydings & Co.

Last night was a bad night for the
picture shows. The Airdome, tho per perfectly
fectly perfectly dry, didn't open; the others
were slimly attended.

OUR PRICES
What Arc You Paying?

Blue Hen Matches per package.. 15c
O Cakes Export Ilorax Soap .... 25c
Baker's Chocolate per lb 35c
Van Camp's lied Kidney Beans
per can 10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
for 25c
Favorite Corn, 3 Cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee per lb 30c
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) $1.00
3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream
Powder 25c
3 Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab Tablets
lets Tablets 25c

Sunbeam Cornflakes 22c

The Ocala News Co., G W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.

MOVED IXTO XEW QUARTERS

The Singer Sewing Machine Company
has moved its office from West Fort
King avenue to 52 North Magnolia
street. B. V. Howell, Manager.

FRESH SEEDS

We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company.

SEEDS, XEW CROP

Garden, field and flower seed, Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.

NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE HOARD OF TRADE

Get your certificates framed at the
Ocala News Co.

LOTS FOR SALE

Nice corner lots, South Ninth and
Sanchez streets. Magnolia Flace, for
sale cheap. Lots of building in this
part of town. John M. Graham.

EPISCOPAL RECTORY FOR REXT

The new Episcopal rectory eight
rooms, all modern eonvenlences, close
to business center. Apply to J. M. God God-dard
dard God-dard at the Colonial Hotel.

320-ACRE FARM FOR SALE

Following are the meteorological

conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yesterday:

Cloudy, southwest wind.
Maximum temperature, 7." degrees.
Minimum, 72 degrees.
Average, 7 4 decrees.
Rainfall, .&,".

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Morris of Her Hernando
nando Hernando are the proud parents of a baby
girl, "Willie Lee." who made her ar arrival
rival arrival Sunday nitrht.

SPA

Terkeween Oil. the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in the
back or sides and all other aches. 23
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co.

3

3 Cans 5c. fiold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Packages Dutch Cleanser 25c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
152 lbs. Granulated Sugar. .$1.00
Old Country Blend Tea per lb. .50c.
5 Gallons Oil COc
Full Cream Cheese per lb 20c
Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per lb 5c
Heinz Vinegar per gallon 35c

Salt Bacon per lb 15?
21-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour $1.00
12-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour 50c

On account of not being able to work
and care for same, I am offering my
entire farm with two-story, 10-room
dwelling house and ten tenant houses,
farming implements and everything as
It now stands cheap for cash to a quick
purchaser. For price write at once or
come and see the farm, to Mrs. J. S.
Mann, York. Fla.

OPEX DAY AXD NIGHT

Young married couple want two or

keeping bv October l. References. R,v-i Cream of A heat per package ... 1.C

en if desired. Address J. I. Mt. Box
r.O. city.

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches "t
any hour.

GUAVAS

For $1 we will ship you a crate of
nice guavas. Mohr & Son. St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. Fla.

CHAPTER XO. 13 n. A. M.

The intluence of woman generally
makes for religion, nevertheless we
notice that tht average young man

goes to prayer meeting only for a few
months before his marriage.

Mr. R. S. Abbott, the violinist, made
a good impression at the Ideal last
night. lie has played in many leading
metropolitan theaters, and his skill
with the instrument Is marvelous.

Mr. Tom Gary ha just received a
number of fine specimens of the fa famous
mous famous Wyckoff chickens, some of which
he will exhibit at the Marion County
Fair. They are handsome birds and

will probably win some premiums.

Wesson Cooking Oil 30c
Compound Lard He
Fine Irish Potato, per perk 30e
Lord De La Ware Soap per ran 5e
14 Whole Grain Rice for 9XtO
Ooeident Flour, 12 lb 63c
lx Can lor. Karo Syrup 55e
GARN-THOIAS CO.

The above cut shows the four-wheel-drive traction engine purchas-

"py Mr. J. O. Hightower of Candler, which will be seen on our streets

t September 6th, and will be de monstrated here (in Ocala) by an ex-

from the Herr Engine Company's factory at Portsmouth, Ohio, for

days. This demonstration is arranged by Tremere of Belleview,

t for Florida, to accommodate the wishes of several hundred pros-

r,A-
ive purchasers throughout the state.

Mr. Kucrene Connor is in the city

om Lake Weir today. He is a stud

ent of the Florida Military Academy

at Green Cove Springs, and will resum

his studies there about Oct. 1.

Li is studies thi
Mr. Jos. K.

i

Wilson, who represents

the Remington Typewriter Company in
this territory, will he at the Ocala
House every Wt-dnesday and Thursday i
to meet his patrons. j

If you knew of the real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back, j

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

WIIITK STAH TKAXSFEIS CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS
lMIOXK 2W.

Baggage. Freisht. Pianos. Furniture

and SatV? a Specialty. Careful and

Prompt Attention Given All Orders.

wi: solicit you: iwthoxage

Regular convocations of the Ocal3

Chapter No. 13, R, A. M., on the fourth

Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.

C. E. Connor. II. P.
Jake Drown. Secretary.

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

The Ocala Lodge, No. 33, Loyal Or

der of Moose, meets each Thursday

evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build

ing, third floor. Visiting brothers are

invited to attend our meetings.

Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L Stapp, Secretary.

MAniOX-Dl'XX MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.

M. meets on the first and third Thurs-

div evenings of each month at ,:30

o'clock, until further notice.

C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake F.rown, Secretary.

HORSE FOR SALE

Cheap for cash, a
horse. Address Box 15,

seven year old

Anthony, Fla.

OLLIE MORDIS MtltKRT OPEX

The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on

band a supply of fresh meats and fish

Orders by phone will receive prompt

attention. Thone number 315. Come

to the old stand and be treated right

Yours respectfully,
OLLIE MORDIS,

Dealer In Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia

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 get 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 is YOUR fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make the right kind of fuel
for you. because they are made from Whole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers, Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted). Educator Luncheon Biscuit, Educator Sweet
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers, Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.
. E. Trapffllt Grocery
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WEATIIKlt lltiiUftT

WEATHER FORECAST

Unsettled weather, probably rain in

.eninsula tonisht and Wednesday.

for salt:

W, C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
OX A PPLICATIO Jf
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA. FLA.

FOR SALTS Guavas. at $1 per crate.

Mrs. Robert Rryson, Winter Haven,
Fla.

FOR SALJ-: Cheap for cash, my 4-

year-oll mare or will let for feed.

Perfectly trentle. works anywhere. J.
M. Gates, Jr., Anthony, Fla.

One yiiuns cow. Will milk in No- 1

vernier. Will ive 1 2 wallon.-. JO. U'

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or Tay-or Printing Company.
Two fine cows for sal-, one calf two

and one seven months old. Address R.

R Emmitt, York, Fla.

FOR SALT, OR Ln.. n :o acres t

sood pine land under cultivation with

buildinas and well. Owner aoins north.
Fred C. Smith, Levon, Fla.. Box 50.

FOR REXT

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street. 2-story, seven rooms, large lot,

$ir. II. C. Packham.

ROOMS FOR REXT

FOR RENT Offices In TTolder build

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FALL SPECIALTIES

One of our specialties Is
iOOI POULTRY
and really it's HERE where you will
find everything in this line In season.
Residt-s poultry one of our other
sp -ialtif -s is PRIME FRESH ME ATM
and. x;. r: need housewives know
that we xcel in our specialties.

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PHONE 108.
. II. HARSII, Prrletr.
FORMERLY EDWARDS, MARKET

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22. Independent

Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesdav evening, at 7:30 o'clock In

Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit

ors In the city invited to be with us.

A. M. Lansford, N. G.
'.V L Colbert, Secretary.

DR LIVINGSTON'S

ROOT AND IIEIin TEA

The Great Blood Pnrlfler and Xerre

TobIc, for IthramilUm, Kidney and
madder Trouble Price .e.
Dr. LlrlneMoa Dlspeprlae Powder,
for ladijceotlon and Stomarh Trou Trouble
ble Trouble Price SO Centa
Dr. LlTlngMon'rt Golden Catarrh Halm,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Ferer of Catarrhal Nature.
Price SO Cent
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR NO PAY
The Rcmedle Can Alway be Found
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This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. The
Indian' "flexibility" of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch

This device enable the Indian rider to regulate his
peed from 4 to 60 miles an hour by merely moving
the clutch lever the right degree. By this action the
clutch can be "slipped" 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

cnargo on mi Model Indians.

Ask for a free demonstration.
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CHAPTER III.
In Darkest Chicago.
The castaways rrom tbe wrecked
taxlcab hurried along the doleful
street. Both of them knew their Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, but thi3 part of it was not their
Chicago.
They hailed a pedestrian, to ask
where the nearest street car line
might be, and whither it might run.
He answered Indistinctly from a dis discreet
creet discreet distance, as he hastened away.
Perhaps he thought their question
merely a footpad's introduction to a
sandbagging episode. In Chicago at
night one never knows.
As near as I can make out what he
said, Marjorie," the lieutenant pon pondered
dered pondered aloud, "we walk straight ahead
till we come to Cmptyump street,
and there we find a Rarara car that
will take us to Rloptyblop avenue. I
never" beard of any such streets, did
you?"
"Never," she panted, as she jog jog-trotted
trotted jog-trotted alongside his military pace.
"Let's take the first car we meet, and
perhaps the conductor can put us off
at the street wherp the minister
lives."
"Perhaps." There was not much
confidence in that "perhaps."
When they reached the street-carred
street, they found two tracks, but
nothing occupying them, as far as
they could peer either way. A small
shopkeeper in a tiny shop proved to
be a delicatessen merchant so busily
selling foreign horrors to aliens, that
they learned nothing from him.
At length, in the far-away, they
made out a headlight, and heard the
grind and squeal of a car. Lieutenant
Maliory waited for it, watch in hand.
He boosted Marjorie-s elbow aboard
and bombarded the conductor with
questions. Hut the conductor had no
more heard of their street than they
had of his. Their agitation did not
disturb his stoic calm, but he invited
them to come along to the next cross crossing,
ing, crossing, where they could find another ar
and more learned conductors; or,
vhnt promised better, perhaps a cab.
He threw Marjorie into a panic by
ordering her to jettison Snoozleums,
but the lieutenant bought his soul for
a small price, and overlooked the fact
that ho did not ring up their fares.
The young couple squeezed into a
seat and talked anxiously in sharp
whispers.
"Wouldn't It be terrible, Harry,
just as we got to the minister's, we
should find papa there ahead of us,
waiting to forbid the bands, or what whatever
ever whatever it is? Wouldn't It be just ter terrible?"
rible?" terrible?" "Yes, it would, honey, but It
doesn't seem probable. There are
thousands of ministers in Chicago.
He could never find ours. Fact is, I
doubt If we find him ourselves."
Her clutch tighterfed till he would
have winced, if he had not been a
soldier.
"What do you mean, Harry?"
"Well, in the first place, honey, loolc
what time it is. Hardly more than
time to get the train, to say nothing
of hunting for that preacher and
standing up through a long rigma rigmarole."
role." rigmarole." "Why, Harry Maliory, are you get getting
ting getting ready to jilt me?"
"Indeed I'm not not for worlds,
honey, but I've got to get that train,
haven't I?"
"Couldn't you wait over one train train-Just
Just train-Just one tiny little train?"
"My own,- own honey love, you
know It's impossible! You must re remember
member remember that I've already waited over
three trains while you tried to make
up your mind."
"And you must remember, darling,
that it's no easy matter for a girl to
decide to sneak away from home and
be married secretly, and go all the
way out to that hideous Manila with
no trousseau and no wedding pres presents
ents presents and no anything."
"I know it isn't, and I waited pa patiently
tiently patiently while you got up the courage.
Put now there are no more trains. 1
shudder to think of this train being
late We're not due in San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco till Thursday evening, and my
transport sails at sunrise Friday morn morning.
ing. morning. Oh, Lord, what if I should miss
that transport! What if I should!"
"What If we should miss the min minister?"
ister?" minister?" "It begins to look a great deal like
It."
"But, Harry, you wouldn't desert
me now abandon me to my fate?"
"Well, it isn't exactly like abandon abandonment,
ment, abandonment, seeing that you could go home
to your father and mother in a taxi-

cab."
She stared at him In horror.
"So you don't want me for your
wife! You've changed your mind!
You're tired of me already! Only an
hour together, and you're sick of your
bargain! You're anxious to get rid of
me! You
"Oh, honey, I want you more than
anvthine: else on earth but I'm a
SIVIIXM

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1 G-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, ?lass doors, only 6.50
1 Second Hand Organ. $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only 5.75
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.00
1 used Graphophone and S 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 10r
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for iron beds, $3.3
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Store

soldier, dearie,, a mere lieutenant in
the regular army, and I'm the slave
of the government. I've gone through
West Point, and they won't let me re
sign respectably and if I did, we'd
starve. They wouldn't accept my
resignation, but they'd be willing tq
courtmartial me and dismiss me from
the service in disgrace. Then you
wouldn't want to marry me and I
shouldn't have any way of supporting
you If you did. I only know one
trade, and that's soldiering."
"Don't call it a trade, beloved. It's
the noblest profession in all the
world, and you're the noblest soldier
that ever was, and in a year or two,
you'll be the biggest general in the
army."
He could not afford to shatter such
a devout illusion or quench the light
of faith in those beloved and loving
eyes He tacitly admitted his ability
to be promoted commander-in-chief in
a year or two. He allowed that glit glittering
tering glittering possibility to remain, used it
as a basis for argument.
"Then, dearest, you must help me
to do my duty."
She clasped his upper arm as If it
were an altar and she an lphigenla
about to bo sacrificed to save the
army. And she murmured with utter
heroism:
"I will; Do what you like witn
me!"
He squeezed her hand between his
biceps and his ribs and accepted the
offering in a look drenched with grat
itude. Then h6 said, matter-of-factly:
"We'll see how much time we have
when we get to whatever the name
of that street is."
The par jolted and wailed on its
way like an old drifting rocking
chair. The motorman was in no hur hurry.
ry. hurry. The passengers seemed to have
no occasion for haste. Somebody got
on or got off at almost every corner,
and paused for conversation while
the car waited patiently. But eventu eventually
ally eventually the conductor put his head in and
drawled:
"Hay! Here's where you get off
at."
They hastened to debark and found
themselves in a narrow, gaudily-lighted
region where they saw a lordly
transfer-distributor, a profound schob
ar in Chicago streets. He informed
them that the minister's street lay
far back along the path they had
come; they should have taken a car
in the opposite direction, transferred
at some remote center, descended at
some unheard-of street, walked three
blocks one way and four another, and
there they would have been.
Maliory looked at his watch, and
Marjorie's hopes dropped like a
wrecked aeroplane, ior he grimly
asked how long it would take them to
reach the railroad station.
"Well, you'd ought to make it In
forty minutes," the transfer agent
said and added, cynically, "if the car
makes schedule."
"Good Lord, the train starts in
twenty minutes!"
"Well, I tell you take this here
green car to Wexford avenoo there's
usually a taxicab or two standln
there."
"Thank you. Hop on, Marjorie."
Marjorie hopped on, and they sat
down, Maliory with eyes and thoughts
on nothing but the watch he kept in
his hand
During this tense journey the girl
perfected her soul with graceful
martyrdom.
"I'll go to the train with you, Har Harry,
ry, Harry, and then you can send me home
In a taxicab."
Her nether lip trembled and her
eyes were filmed, but they were brave,
and her voice was so tender that it
wooed his mind from his watch. He
gazed at her, and found her so dear,
so devoted and so pitifully exquisite,
that he was almost overcome by an
impulse to gather her into his arms
there and then, indifferent to the im immediate
mediate immediate passengers or to his far-off
military superiors. An hour ago they
were young lovers in all the lilt and
thrill of elopement. She had clung to
him in the gloaming of their taxicab,
as it sped like a genie at their whim
to the place where the minister
would unite their hands and raise his
own in blessing. Thence the new
husband would have carried the new
wife away, his very own, soul and
body, duty and beauty. Then, ah,
then in their minds the future was an
unwaning honeymoon, the journey
across the continent, a stroll along a

lover's lane, the Pacific ocean a gar garden
den garden lake, and the Philippines a chain
of Fortunate Isles decreed especially
for their Eden. And then the taxi taxi-cab
cab taxi-cab encountered a lamppost. They
thought they had merely wrecked a
motcr car and lo, they had wrecked
a Paradise.
The railroad ceased to be a lover's
lane and became a lingering torment;
the ocean was a weltering Sahara,
and the Philippines a Dry Tortugas
of exile.
Mallorv realized for the first time

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what heavy burdens ne nad taiten on
with his shoulder straps; what a dis dismal
mal dismal life of restrictions and hardships
an officer's life is bound to be. It was
hard to obey the soulless machinery
of discipline, to be a brass-buttoned
slave. He felt all the hot, quick re resentment
sentment resentment that turns a faithful soldier
into a deserter. But it takes time to
evolve a deserter, and Maliory had
pnly twenty minutes. The handcuffs
and legirons of discipline hobbled
him. He was only a little cog in a
great clock, and the other wheels
were impinging on him and revolv revolving
ing revolving In spite of himself.
In the close-packed seats where
they were Jostled and stared at, the
soldier could not even attempt to ex explain
plain explain to his fascinated bride the war
of motives in his brea&t. He could
not voice the passionate rebellion her
beauty had whipped up in his soul.
Perhaps If Romeo and Juliet had been
forced to say farewell on a Chicago
street car Instead of a Veronese bal balcony,
cony, balcony, their language would cave
lacked savor, too.
Perhaps, young Mr. Montague and
young Miss Capulet, instead of wall walling,
ing, walling, "so, that is not the lark whose
notes do beat the vaulty heaven so
high above our heads," would have
done no better than Mr. Maliory and
Miss Newton. In any case, the best
these two could squeeze out was:
"It's just too bad, honey."
"But I guess it can't be helped,
dear."
"It's a mean old world, isn't it?"
"Awful!"
And then they must pile out Into
the street again so lost In woe that
they did not know how they were
trampled or elbowed. Marjorie's de despair
spair despair was so complete that it paralyzed
Instinct. She forgot Snoozleums! A
thoughtful passenger ran out and
tossed the basket Into Mallory's arms
even as the car moved o3.
Fortune relented a moment and
they found a taiieab waiting where
they had expected to find it. Once
more they were cosy in the flying
twilieht but their grief was their
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When beer in light bottles is exposed to
light, the beer develops a disagreeable odor and
Mskunhy" taste.
AU brewers even cover the hand -holes of
the case before shining, to hee out the light.
Schlitz in Brown Bottles won't sfoil after
case js ocn.

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Physicians and surgeons prescribe Schlitz,
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Tune Beer
only baggage, ana tne ciasp oi toeir
hands talked all the talk there was.
Anxiety within anxiety tormented
them and they feared another wreck.
But as they swooped down upon the
station, a kind-faced tower clock
beamed the reassurance that they
had three minutes to spare.
The taxicab drew up and halted,
but they did not get out. They were
kissing good-byes, fervidly and nu numerously,
merously, numerously, while a grinning station station-porter
porter station-porter winked at the winking chaur chaur-feur.
feur. chaur-feur. Marjorie simply could not have
done with farewells.
-I'll go to the gate with you," she
said.
He told the chauffeur to wait and
take the young lady home. The lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant looked so honest and the girl
so sad that the chauffeur simply
touched his cap, though it was not
his custom to allow strange fares to
vanish Into crowded stations, leaving
behind nothing more negotiable than
instructions to wait.
(Continued Tomorrow)
TIIK MEV WHO SUCCEED
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utter folly for a man to endure a weak,
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Morally Speaking.
Morally speaking, the person usual usually
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In reality the one lower down. Wash Washington
ington Washington Star.
T. L. Parks, Murray ville, Ga., Route
1, is in his "3rd year, and was recent recently
ly recently cured of a bad kidney and bladder
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ed ached and I was annoyed with bladder Ir Irregularities.
regularities. Irregularities. I can truthfully iy, one
50c bottle of Foley Kidney Pills cured
me entirely." They cotnain no habit
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Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Fersonal.
Wanted A hourekeeplng man by a
business woman Ohlect matrimony
Llppincott's
Few, if any, medicines, have met
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tended attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic.
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remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoea
which it has effected In almost every
neighborhood have given it a wide rep reputation.
utation. reputation. For sale by all dealers.

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not cause A

See that crown or cork
is branded "Schlitz:'

I'hone 37
TbeCarmichael & Sons Co.
nG N. Magnolia St
Ocala, Fla.
kxigiits of rariiiAs
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventlol
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m.
Castle Hall, over Teyser'i Carl!
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
Ing brothers. F. E. Wctherbee, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. P. 8.
UNCLE E7.nA SAYS
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git folks into a peck of trouble" and;
little, neglect of constipation, blllloi
ness, Indigestion or other liver :
rangement will do the same. If allld
take pr. King's New Life TIls i
'uit icsu4in, l.nnr Hit, gufe, a
only 25 cent at Tydings A. Company
Always a Chance.
There Is something In every seas
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the summer he can rock the boat.
the fall go gunning, In the winter ska
on thin Ice, and In the spring tl
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An article that has real merit shod
In time become popular. That such
the case with Chamberlain's Cou
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dealers. Here Is one of them.' 1L
Hendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind.,' writ
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is t
best for coughs, colds and croup, a
is my best seller." For sale by
dealers.
8heer Waste.
The coal supply of the earth
limited' said the pcientist. No o
can say how long it will last." "Ore
Scott!" exclaimed a man in the ba
row; and here we've gone and wa
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hall for this lecture." Washlngt
BUr.
Millions In the air. Think of It. Tl
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goes a whole menagerie of microb
germs and bacter'a. When the llv
stomach and bowels are active, thfl
germs are harmless. If they are torn
It is Just the condition needed to a
up disease; which at this season
generally of a malarial nature. T
moral Is use HERBINB to keep t
liver, stomach and bowels In a state
health and activity. It cures indigi
tion and constipation. Price 50c St
by all druggists.
Home of the Ruby.
Ruby mines of the Mogok vail
are known to have len worked sin
the year 1600. Just how old the
mines are nobody knows. or thi
have produced practically all t
rubies of ancient and modern times
Running up and down stairs, swerf
Ing and bending over making beds w
not make a woman healthy or be
tiful. She must get out of doors, wa!
a mile or two every day and ta
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digestion and regulate her bowels. Ft
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