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OUTLOOK IS Ell
Fur Ocala to Malatala the Plrl ( Immm
Football Iteeord Made by Her
Team I.at Seaaon
Prospects for a winning football
team this winter are growing brighter
every day, owint? to the Increasing
number of new men coming out. Ow Owing
ing Owing to three of our boy graduating
last year, there are three big holes to
fill, namely: center, quarterback and
left half. Men to take the place of L
Anderson. Hurford and N'ewsom will
be hard to find. Last year's team had
been playing together for two years
and nothing in their class could with withstand
stand withstand them. The following record of
the games last year will show the
strength of the team:
Scrubs, 0: Ocala. 5.
Orlando, 0; Ocala. 4'.
Tampa. 0; Ocala. 15.
; Fla. Military Academy, 0; Ocala, 21.
Scrubs, 0; Ocala. 11.
Tampa. 0; Ocaa. 0.
l!y not being scored on or losing a
single game they created a record to
be proud of.
Of the men returning this year, we
have Zewadski. Clarkson. P. Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. Woods, Ilullock, Camp. Flecken Flecken-steln
steln Flecken-steln and Davis. New men like Gallo Galloway.
way. Galloway. DeCamp, Smith and Dlaloek give
every evidence of showing up to good
No better ends than Clarkson and
Zewadski can be found, either on de defense
fense defense or offense, as no team made over
ten yards on any play last year. An Anderson
derson Anderson and Woods have proved them themselves
selves themselves the equals of any two tackles
they have encountered so far, though
they will have to work a good deal
harder this season as the main point
of attack will follow them. Camp and
Mullock need not be mentioned for
their work has proven what they are
capable of. They were the bulwark
of the 1 H 1 1 champions, no one being
able to move them an Inch. Flecken Flecken-steln
steln Flecken-steln on his end runs showed to par particular
ticular particular advantage, because of their
consistency. No team encountered was
proof against them. And last but not
least comes our captain of 1!M0 and
1911. "Dink" Davis. He Is the origina originator
tor originator of this eleven and has worked and
kept the team together.
With these players as a nucleus
Ocala ought to put out as good or
better team than last season. All they
need is good support from the people,
and games will be played and won
that will open the eyes of the whole
Davis will be hack in his same old
place, as fullback, and as his work
in the two past seasons was among
the best, you will no doubt see some
fast playing from him.
Mr. Henry Spencer, with the South Southern
ern Southern Phosphate Company of this city
and a Yale man, has consented to
coach the team and from him the boys
will receive excellent ideas and in instruction.
struction. instruction. Tnder the new rules the game will
remain an open one, the heavy mass
plays having gone for good. Four
downs are allowed to make the allot allot-ed
ed allot-ed ten yards In. Instead of three as
formerly. The field has been short shortened
ened shortened ten yards and a general shake up
has been given the rules which point
to and Indicate a better and cleaner
game with a smaller danger of being
Injured. Brainy and clever work Is
taking the place of pure brute force,
giving the light man as many chances
as the heavy one. All things being
taken Into consideration, all indica indications
tions indications point to a better game this year
than ever before.
Summerfleld, Sept. 19. J. B. Klyce
and his little son, who have settled
on lands purchased from the Florida
National Land Co., were visitors here
last Saturday. Mr. Klyce came down
as a prospector and was so well pleas pleased
ed pleased that he made his purchase and re remained.
mained. remained. F. A. Metz arrived to examine and
Inspect the lands he purchased and
has told us that he is well pleased
J. I Gomez was here to locate his
land and Is so well pleased that he
will return permanently next spring.
G. P. Dove, who purchased land
from the Florida National Land Co.,
has been here to inspect his purchase
and expressed himself as well satis satisfied.
fied. satisfied. C. L. Oliver has Inspected the ten
acres he purchased from the Florida
National Land Co. He was so well
pleased that he bought from C. P. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, local manager, an additional
twenty acres. Mr. Oliver also repre represented
sented represented a number of prospective buy buyers,
ers, buyers, who he will advise to buy.
Geo. J. Schelb of Pittsburg. Pa., ar arrived
rived arrived last Monday on a prospecting
tour and before leaving purchased
lands near Lake Weir from the Florida
National Land Co. Mr. Schelb will re return
turn return to Improve his purchase as soon
as he can settle up his affairs In his
present home. He is very much pleas pleased
ed pleased with our country, climate and soil.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Sept. 19. Mrs. C.
E. Brown came down from Ocala
Thursday to visit with her parents a
few days before leaving for her home
in Webster, where they have moved.
She left here on Sunday.
Miss Minnie Albertson and brother,
Edward. Joined a few other young
people at Candler and went on to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs last Saturday. They re returned
turned returned by the late train. They report
a big time while there.
Mr. C. S. Gates went to Jacksonville
Monday of this week and returned
The Seaboard Air Line Railway Is
fixing up the railroad at this place In
order to handle the orange crop which
will begin to move some time next
Mrs. C. S. Gates has gone to Web Webster
ster Webster for a week's visit. She was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by her grandson, Karl E.
Brown, who has been visiting here.
Mrs. Gates will visit with her son and
daughter, who lately moved there
from 'Ocala, and several other friends
Mr. Gustave Bowman, who has been
spending a few days in Ocala has re returned
turned returned home.
The wedding cards are out for the
marriage of Capt. George L Kenyon
and Miss Elnore Horton. both of Bris
h. Capt. Kenyon will be
here as the nephew of
having spent the winter
reached here that Mrs.
who is visiting at Ruth Ruth-has
has Ruth-has been quite sick. We
she has entirely entirely,
will be here before long.
For Vie Pmtldent
THOMAS R. MARSHALL.
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED De BERRY
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
II. C. SPARKMAN
CongreNitman, Ft rut Dintrlet
S. M. SPARKMAN
Secretary of State
II. C. CRAWFORD
THOS. F. WEST
Commlanloner of Aierleulture
W. A McRAE
J. C. LUNING
W. V. KNOTT
Superintendent of Public Inatrnetlon
W. N. SHEATS
It. E. ROSE
J. C. It. FOSTER
R. C. DUNN
For Member of the I.eglMlat lire
L. S. LIGHT
EDWIN SPENCER, JR.
For County Judge
W E. SMITH
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
For Cleric of the Circuit Court
PERRY II. NUGENT
For Tax Meor
For Tax Collector
W. L COLBERT
For Superintendent of School
J. II. BRINSON
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For CommlNMloner, District 1
For CommlNMloner, District S
D. G. WATKINS
For Commlanloner, District a
For CommlsMloner, District 4
W. T. HENDERSON
For Commissioner, District
For School Commissioner, District 1
W. D. CARN
For School CommlNMloner, District 2
J S. GRANTHAM
For School Commissioner, District 3
B. R. BLITCH
For County Surreyor
W. A. MOORHEAD
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After using Hall's Texas Wonder for
kidney, bladder and rheumatic trouble,
that It has merit. It gives quick and
permanent relief. Seldom one bottle
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nials. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street.
St, Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
SEEDS, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman. Ocala. Fla.
fOCORUIA LODGE F. V. 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. M.
Chas. K. i?age, Secretary.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock in
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors In the city Invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford. N. G.
A". L, Colbert, Secretary.
OIlAGE GROVE FOR SALE
The Spooner orange grove, supposed
to contain ten or twelve acres of or orange
ange orange and grapefruit trees, with about
ten acres of uncultivated land situat situated
ed situated on the east side of Lake Weir be between
tween between Eastlake and Stanton. Premises
include barn, packing house and small
cottage and border on Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad and are close to the
lake. Address inquiries to PMavin M.
Brooks, trustee, 343 Tremont building,
An article that has real merit should
in time become popular. That such Is
the case with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has been attested by many
dealers. Here is one of them. II. W.
Hendrickson, Ohio Falls. Ind.. writes:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
best for coughs, colds and croup, and
Is my best seller." For sale by all
All kinds of poultry feeds and rem remedies
edies remedies at the Ocala Seed Store.
tol, Sept. 14t
erford, N. J.,
hope ere this
and that she
Organize an Army and Defeat Posse
of Deputies cat to Drive Them
from Their Stronghold
Bingham. Utah. Sept. 20. An army
of miners, fortified, armed and deter determined,
mined, determined, held undisputed possession of
the copper, lead and zinc mines of
Bingham when dawn came on the sec second
ond second day of the strike of the miners
for a further increase of twenty-five
cents per day wages, and recognition
of their union.
An army. thousands strong and
speaking many tongues, they dug
breastworks, strengthened picket lines
and worked out a rough form of mil military
itary military discipline. Every mine of Im Importance
portance Importance in the district here Is pick picketed
eted picketed by the strikers, and in easy reach
of most of them are lines of breast breastworks
works breastworks behind which lounge the angry
and determined strikers, who declare
the mines shall not resume operation
with non-union workers, not proceed
to take out metals or retire the en engines
gines engines until the workers' demands for
increased pay and recognition of the
union have been complied with.
A posse of deputy sheriffs advanced
on the works yesterday with intent to
allow strike breakers to draw the fires
under the boilers in the powerhouses.
They were driven back by a shower of
bullets and several were wounded.
The Great Utah copper mine, one of
the most productive copper mines of
the world. the Utah Consolidated.
United States, Bingham-New Haven.
Ohio Copper, Bingham mines and a
score of lesser mines, the Bingham and
Garfield Railway and the ore traffic on
the copper belt branch of the Rio
Grande are elesed.
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 15 years, and be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
ahl-- to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding. Klnnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter Internally,
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and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
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Hall's Family rills for constipation.
Levon, Sept. 18. After a few days
shut down due to the heavy rains, the
big mills here are in full blast again.
Mrs. P. H. Hill has returned from
her visit to Green Springs.
Mr. W. J. Frink, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Culpepper spent Sunday in Ocala.
Mr. J. W. Turner of Jacksonville has
accepted the position as sawyer for the
McGehee Lumber Company, ami enter entered
ed entered upon the discharge of his duties as
Mrs. Will Lucius is spending a
month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Proctor of Pedro.
Mr. Charlie Carter after a two weeks'
visit to his parents in Terrell, is again
on duty as switch engineer.
Mrs. Bob Rainey of Helen, Fla., is
visiting relatives in Levon this week.
Mr. W. L McDuffi is visiting his
family this week. Mr. McDuffie has a
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Contractor and Builder
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heals on the outside too quick quickly,
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face surface and breaks out Into a run running
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and Inevitably leaves a bad
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fer prefer this liniment to all others
for that reason, and they use it
not onlv on fine animals, but
on human flesh, as it does lt3
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Stephen Eye Salve Is a healing
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ft 11 e av y.
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position as sawyer witn the Melton
Lumber Company at Fanlou.
We regret to report so large a per percentage
centage percentage of our population on the sick
list this week. It seems the entire
community is sick and Dr. Slaughter
Is a very much over worked man.
11. 1 1. U. E
(Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor)
The Man and the W
She was a woman, worn and thin.
Whom the world condemned for a
They cast her out on the king's high highway.
way. highway. And passed her by as they went to
He was a ma", and more to blame.
But the world spared him a breath of
Beneath his feet he saw her lie.
But he raised his head and passed
They were the people who went to
At the temple of God on the holy day;
They scorned the woman, forgave the
It was ever thus since the world be began.
gan. began. Time passed on. and the woman died
On the cross of shame was crucified;
But the world was stern and would
And they buried her In the potter's
The man died, too, and they buried
In a casket of cloth with a silver rim.
And they said as they turned from his
"We've buried an honest man today."
Two mortals knocked at heaven's
And stood face to face to inquire their
He carried a passport with earthly
And she stood a pardon from love de de-vine.
vine. de-vine. O, we who judge 'twlxt virtue and
Which, think ye, entered paradise?
Social impurity has been from the
beginning, is now. and probably al always
ways always will be to the end of time, the
most prevalent and destructive vice in
the world. Sacred and profane history
confirm this, in spite of the modest
reluctance to put on record these
dark and shameful "works of the
Xo other vice seems to be so utterly
corruptive and besotted with social
impurity. Greece and Rome in their
finest culture and proudest civiliza civilization
tion civilization were no better. The vilest im impurity
purity impurity was even made a part of re religious
ligious religious worship, so Paul says it Is "a
shame to speak of the things done of
them in secret."
This monarch vice still reigns and
ravages in all out modern cities. Its
prevalence in Christ's time, even
among God's confessed people, may be
inferred from the self-convicting re retirement
tirement retirement of every man gathered
around the "women taken in adultery."
The civill'-ed world Is frequently
startled at the discovery of this vice
in horrible forms, and in high places,
as in London. This vice, which Is the
foul and Incurable cancer of all mod modern
ern modern cities, seems at times to be almost
universal among men. There are 80, 80,-000
000 80,-000 publicly abandoned women in Lon London
don London and perhaps about that propor proportion
tion proportion in other modern cities. Multiply
this by ten for the sum of abandoned
No other vice seems to be so utterly
corruptive and destructive to both soul
and body as this, and no other class
of sinners quite so hopeless as these.
In view of these facts, let me pre present
sent present some safeguards against that sin
of social impurity:
Cultivate diligently and prayerfully
purity of thought. Beware of lawless
and impure imagination. Keep the
soul, body, and spirit pure, and secure
the beatitude of Christ upon those who
"are pure in heart." Be warned by the
Savior against even the lustful look,
and let the "young man cleanse his
way by taking heed of God's word."
Shun most scrupulously all impure
literature, not only what is positively
obsene. but what is romantic and ex exciting
citing exciting to the passions. Parents should
be the safeguards of their children
here. Even the details of vice given
by "reformed men" may be as gross
an immorality is a Police Gazette. An Anthony
thony Anthony Comstock has revealed enough
to fill every judicious parent with
Abstain at all times from all un unchaste
chaste unchaste or indelicate conversation, and
rebuke it in others.
Shun all vile company and the cor corruption
ruption corruption of their evil communicatlns.
Stop at the beginning. Dalliance is
damnation. You may spurn danger
like Hazael. "Is thy servant a dog."
but your only safety against being ov overcome
ercome overcome is in a prompt, decided anl
prayerful "no." Walk in the spirit
and you can overcome the lusts of the
Form modest and discreet habits of
behavior. We should never overcome
the habit of blushing at the slightest
indelicate liberty or personal act sug suggesting
gesting suggesting unchastity. Immodesty- in
young sirls is usually the prelude to
ruin. It lets down those defensive
barriers that are necessary to safety.
"A-e should abstain from luxurious
living and cultivating idleness, and
"make no provision for the flesh to
fulSill the lusts thereof." Wesley
charzed his followers to shun "need "needless
less "needless softness and self-indulgence.'
Sodom was ruined by "pride, fullness
of bread and abundance of Idleness."
Turn away with condemnation from
indecent statuary, paintings and pic pictorials.
torials. pictorials. The nude and lewd art of our
galleries, pictorials and street posters
is a foul shame on our civilization anl
a fertile source of social vice.
Staze plays lead directly and power powerfully
fully powerfully to the same end, as nearly all
moralists, both in Pasran and Christian
countries. azree. The Presbyterian
General Assembly enumerates "las "lascivious
civious "lascivious dancing and stage plays" as
violations of the seventh command commandment.
ment. commandment. Many of our stage players are
Impure; the most popular plays are
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THE DR. IYTCLANE MDICAL, SURGICAL AND
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Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52. Corner of Public Square
.Note: C'allia made by npeclal appointment. Special Genlt Urinary Cllnle
after 7 p. m. each day.
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only . 10.00
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
1 IIome-Made Desk and Book Case, glass 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 0.90
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12.8."
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c eacb
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 20 0 for lOr
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for Iron beds, $3.31
SMITH'S. Back of Variety Store
A. T. Thomas, Pres.
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
Lake Weir Sandfand Crushed Rock
M A N l K A CTl' RE RS OF
Cement IJlocks aud all kiurinof Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
'seventh commandment plays," and
The vilest classes of our cities are
usual attendants at the theater.
Practice s-lf-control. or Rible tem temperance,
perance, temperance, in all thinzs. Keep "the body
under." Make the spirit master. Be
moral heroes. Rather die than do
wrons. Pluck out the risht eye If It
offend?. A man in India bitten with a
deadly serpent instantly took a hatchet
and chopped off the finger. Mortify
Total abstinence from strnsr drink
is also absolutely essential to social
purity. Almost all vices are affinities,
but especially there. We should do
our uttermo.-t to enlighten public
sentiment on thU subject and carry
out the important principle of the W.
C. T. V. "Treat this sin alike in both
sexes." Then we must seek and rely
upon the grace of God. We must "hide
his word in our hearts," and pray for
E. L. STEWART. M. D.
Specialist in Diseases of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and Lunga
J. Thompson, Manager
of his all-searchinj? eye. Our bodies
are redeemed and are to be kept pure,
as "the temples of the Holy 6hosL
We should cherish a lively moral
sense of the deep guilt and soul soul-destroying
destroying soul-destroying power of social Impurity,
and strive by every possible means to
promote the pure and blessed prin principles
ciples principles of the gospel of Christ. Dr. M.4
I. Marvin in Western Recorder.
W. G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA. FUL.
OCALA WEEKLY ST AH, Kill DAY, SEITEMHtK 20, 1012
Rlttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
Governor Dlx of New York is out
after a renomlnatlon.
High Springs has voted for bonds,
to improve the town sidewalk.
Teddy ha.s come all around calling
Wilson a liar. Its getting to be so
that the country looks with suspicion
on every public man who Teddy
American marines convoying a train train-load
load train-load of supplies for the starving peo people
ple people of Granada in Nicaragua had to
fight their way into that city yetser yetser-day.
day. yetser-day. None of the Americans were
hurt, but some of thfir bullets proba probably
bly probably Went home.
On grounds of cruel treatment and
non-support. Mrs. Daiy Opie Grace,
recently acquitted of the charge of as assault
sault assault with intent to murder her hus husband,
band, husband, Eugene II. Grace, of Atlanta,
will file a suit for divorce In the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia courts.
Former United States Senator Her Hernando
nando Hernando De Soto Money of Mississippi
died at his home near Diloxl yesterday.
He was 74 years of age. The body will
be sent to Carrollton, Miss., his for
mer home, where burial will be made
Governor Hen C Hooper, republican,
has been endorsed by the independent
democrats of Tennessee for re-election.
Hooper was given great applause,
when In a speech he declared he will
make the prohibition law effective if
given a legislature in sympathy with
"Suicide Point," a little promontory
overlooking the brink of Niagara
Falls, has been cut away by order of
the state reservation commission. The
number of persons who used the point
as a Jumping off place Increased so
alarmingly during the last year or two
that the commission decided to be rid
One of those flercy dispatches, which
are responsible for most of the trou trouble
ble trouble between the United States and its
southwestern neighbor declares that
Zapata said that on any move toward
intervention he would have every Am American
erican American In Mexico killed. We don't sup suppose
pose suppose Zapata said any such thing. He
knows that if an attempt was made to
carry out such a threat that no lan language
guage language except Mexicanized Spanish
would be spoken near the front gates
of Hell for the next two years.
The daughter of a man who left $99, $99,-534
534 $99,-534 to Tuskegee Institute, says she Is
In want. She is Mrs. Iolanthe D.
Vlgnlere, and her father. Emmett
Densmore, a wealthy New York man manufacturer
ufacturer manufacturer of chemicals, took an active
part in securing the release of Mrs.
Florence Maybrick from an English
prison. He willed his property to
Tuskegee, except $"i.O00 in cash and a
small annuity to his daughter. It Is
because neither the money nor the an
nulty has been paid that she says she
is in want.
The battle of New Orleans, the most
disastrous defeat that English regu regulars
lars regulars have ever sustained, was fought
after peace had been declared, and the
bloodiest fight of the Italo-Turklsh
war has taken place after negotia
tions commenced. The battle was
fought Wednesday near Derne, a town
on the Mediterranean coast, 140 miles
northeast of TJengazl. The Italians
lost 61 men and 113 wounded. The
Turks and Arabs left more than 800
dead on the field. Forty-one prison
ers including an Arab chief fell into
the hands of the Italians. The battle
opened at daybreak when a force of
Turks and Arabs surprised and at attacked
tacked attacked the Italian lines. The fight
raged for four hours, but the superior
Italian artillery supplemented by
brilliant bayonet charges, won the day
and the Musselmans fled in disorder.
TALKING TIIIIU HIS HAT
A declaration In favor of the recall
of the "president was made at Denver
yesterday by Col. Roosevelt. If he
were elected president he said, and
found his views in opposition to those
of the people, he would take the stump
in defense of his policies and would
quit office if he could not win the sup support
port support of the electorate.
SOME HOME THRUSTS
"Trusts flourished more under for former
mer former President Roosevelt's administra administration
tion administration than under any other In the his history
tory history of the country. This was the
way Gov. Woodrow Wilson replied, in
a speech at Detroit, to assertions of
Col. Roosevelt at Trinidad. Col. Ac According
cording According to Governor Wilson, Mr.
Roosevelt said in effect to the trusts:
"'Now, go easy; don't hurt anybody.
We believe that when you are remind reminded
ed reminded of your moral duties you are not
malevolent, you are beneflclent. You
are big, but you -are not cruel.'
Bi-partisan bosses were another ob object
ject object of attack by the governor In his
speech before a crowd that filled an
"The trouble in this country," said
the governor, "is that thw boss of one
party has an arrangement with the
boss of the other party, so that if Its
heads or tails he wins.
PI.UNDKHS ITS OWN PEOPLK
According to Governor Marshall in
a speech at Springfield. 111., the other
day, this is how the protective system
"The tariff schedules of this country
which have produced the trusts and
monopolies, have been enacted by a
species of log-rolling and never-end
ing changes in these schedules are
helping one man and harming another
without right. This produces the real
cause of the unrest in business condi
"The manufacturer is coming to re
allze that It Is to his interest to have
peace and certainty and to have his
business divorced from the tinkering
of government; that the sum of the
benefit to one man has been equalled
by the sum of injury .to others; that
the legislation has" been "local in Its
"Peorle have laughed over the article
In a September magazine on an indus industry
try industry wherein a trust magnate procured
a tariff duty of 32 cents on single
bananas In order that Jlmmie might
build glass houses on the barren farms
of New England and raise bananas.
"But the exaggeration was not so
ridiculous after -alL Very much the
same thing has been done. An Indian Indian-Ian
Ian Indian-Ian got under the Payne-Aldrich um-
brella because he could not raise pine pineapples
apples pineapples without assistance. Every fever-stricken
child must pay more for a
pineapple that this man may be ena enabled
bled enabled to raise them. The lemon grow growers
ers growers of California obtained one-half
cent per pound tariff on lemons and
thereby closed the mills at Bangor,
Me., which turned out the material for
lemon boxes, as the Italian grower re retaliated
taliated retaliated on the box man u fact urers. A
boost for a big man under this system
has always been a knock for the little
"Once inoculate man with the right
of special privilege and it goes into
every drop of his blood. He thinks he
is perfectly Justified in taking it
wherever he can get It, and legislators
think they are equally Justified in giv giving
ing giving whenever it is asked. Take this
example, if you please, of the viru3
that is in our system under republican
rule. In the state of Maine the Bangor
& Aroostock Railroad paid $100,000 a
year taxes. By legislative authority
$93,000 of this money was rebated to
the railroad under condition that the
railroad should haul the troops of
Maine free of charge in the event of
war with Canada. Fnder the demo democratic
cratic democratic administration this graft stop
ped and the railroad was told that in
the event of war regular rates would
be paid for the transportation of
"Special privilege will not treat its
own people as decently as it treats
others. The United States Steel Cor
poration sold Its armor plate at Ports
mouth, England, for the Japanese navy
at r0 per cent of the price it charged
the United States government, and
ann t blame it for doing so. A govern
ment that hands an industry a blud
geon with which to knock down its
own citizens ought, Itself, to be knock
ed down.fhls fs one bit of easy mon
at "1, do not begrudge the United
States Steel Corporation."
MIIS. Sl'SAX GOIINTO
News was received today of the death
of Mrs. Susan Gornto at her home in
Live Oak last evening. Mrs. Gornto
had been an invalid for many months
and the last few days of her life were
of Intense suffering. All her children
were with her when she died.
Mrs. Gornto was 98 years of age and
had lived the past sixty years of her
life in Live Oak. Her husband preced
ed her to the great beyond twenty-
five years ago. She leaves five child children,
ren, children, who are: Mrs. W. L. Whitfield, of
Live Oak; Mrs. J. G. Rice, of High
Springs; Mrs. J. A. Morris, of Ocala:
Mr. John Gornto, of Williston. and Mr.
G W. Gornto. of Palatka.- There are
also thirty-one grandchildren and
forty-six great-grandchildren. The
funeral took place this afternoon.
E. II. llREWRn
Williston. Sept. 19. Mr. E. IT. Brew Brewer
er Brewer died last night at midnight of can cancer.
cer. cancer. Mr. Brewer was one of the pio pioneer
neer pioneer settlers of this section of Florida,
having come here from Georgia before
the civil war and located on the place
where his late home now is. He lost
his first wife about thirty-eight years
ago and was remarried several years
later to Mrs. DeBruhle of Marlon coun county,
ty, county, who survives him.
Those who survive him are his wife.
Mrs. Eva Brewer, C. P. Brewer of
Gainesville. Mrs. E. B. Peacock, of this
place, Mrs. J. B. Coorsey of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, W. O. Brewer of Romeo, Mrs.
McKlnnon of this place. Miss Irene
Brewer of Arizona.
The interment will be In the Baptist
cemetery at Wacahoota, Rev. Mr. John
ATTENTION, ROAD IH'II.DRRS
I wish to have a road built on my
place south of town. Call at my office
and see specifications. R. L. Anderson.
HORSE FOR SALE
Cheap for cash, a seven year old
horse. Address Box 15, Anthony, Fla.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. P- S.
EPISCOPAL RECTORY FOR RENT
The new Episcopal rectory eight
rooms, all modern conveniences, close
to business center. Apply to J. M. God God-dard
dard God-dard at the Colonial Hotel.
MOVED INTO NEW QUARTERS
The Singer Sewing Machine Company
has moved its office from West Fort
King avenue to 52 North Magnolia
street. B. W. Howell, Manager.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE HOARD OF TRADE
Get your certificates framed at the
Ocala News Co.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT MARTIN'S
The Ocala News Co., O. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.
LOTS FOR SALE
Nice corner lots. South Ninth and
Sanchez streets, Magnolia Place, for
sale cheap. Lots of building in this
part of town. John M. Graham.
FINE GUAVAS FOR SALE
At one dollar and twenty-five cents
a crate. delivered. Address. J. D.
Baugh, Winter Haven, Fla.
320-ACRE FARM FOR SALE
On account of not being able to work
and care for same, I am offering my
entire farm with two-story, 10-room
dwelling bouse 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.
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 Ty-dlngs
dlngs Ty-dlngs & Company.
Two-reel feature Friday night at the
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly known as the
Ollle Mordis Is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
Mil. LEY CHALLENGE!!
Tampa, Fla., Sept. 1:,.
Rev. J. B. Ley, Ocala. Fla.:
Dear Sir and Brother I have read
your letter in the Ocala La;Iy uanner
of September 10th. r-ommentinir on so socialism.
cialism. socialism. anJ commending the editor
ials recently published in the Banner.
attacking the principles and philoso
phy of socialism.
Now, as you are, like myself, a cler clergyman,
gyman, clergyman, consecrated to the uplift of
humanity, devoted to the dissemina dissemination
tion dissemination of the truth that shall make men.
free, desirous of exposing all forms of
error an.l pernicious doctrine, ana
seeking to hasten the realiztaion of
the Master's prayer, "Thy kingdom
come, they will be done on earth as it
is in heaven, and believing tnat a
free discussion is the best way to ar arrive
rive arrive at a true conclusion, I invite you
to meet me on the public platform in
Ocala, to discuss or debate socialism,
its relation to the industrial, econom economic,
ic, economic, social, religious and moral ques questions
tions questions that are now confronting hu humanity,
manity, humanity, and demanding considerations
on the basis of exact justice to every
one of the children of men.
While I am willing to have the pro proposed
posed proposed debate limited to any lines of
the subject that may be desired, I
would suggest the following for con consideration:
sideration: consideration: You say that "as long as man is as
he is. there will be poor anl rich." To
this I agree, but I challenge you to
show that there is any reason, human
or divine, why man should remain "as
Next, you say that "it seems to be a
part of the divine plan." This asser assertion
tion assertion is a libel on the Divinity, and I
challenge you to substantiate it from
a Biblical, Christian or material stand standpoint.
point. standpoint. Referring to your representation of
socialism as "seeking to equalize in incomes
comes incomes as a highway to human happi happiness,"
ness," happiness," I challenge you to show where
or when any socialist organization.
under the authority of the party, ever
advocated "making the income of any
two people equal." or the making of
anything else equal, except the right
for each and every individual to the
full value of all he can produce, with without
out without being compelled to divide up the
product of his labor with the non non-producing
producing non-producing class.
I challenge you to show that there
is one word in the 12th chapter of Ro Romans
mans Romans (or in the whole Bible) that is
incompatible with socialism, and I
assert that the 4th to the St li verses
are distinctly socialistic.
Anticipating your favorable consid consideration
eration consideration and acceptance of this propo proposition,
sition, proposition, and with best wishes for you
and all who seek the truth as it is in
Christ, I remain,
Rev. Frank Sullivan.
W. F. Rels, of Toledo, Ohio, offers
$1,000 in cash to any one answering
the following five questions without
using the socialist answer:
1. Why are the great bulk of the
people In poverty?
2. Why do those who do the least
work have the most, and those who do
the most work have the least?
3. Why is it that 82 p-r cent of the
population of the United states do not
own a home?
4. Why is it that in the United
States poverty and prostitution in increase
crease increase three times faster than our
Why is it that every few years we
have panics, and men are thrown out
of work, and why have the farm
mortgages in North Dakota increased
30 per cent from 1900 to 1910?
Do you think it would be unfair to
tell your old party politicians before
the next election: Unle you win that
prize of ?1,000 we are going to vote
for a collective- ownership of trusts,
which means social tirt control, through
ownership of the government by the
people, by means of universal suffrage,
the initiative, referendum and recall?
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
WE WILL MAIL YOU SI
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
Phlln. Smelting & IteFlntng Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
N03 CheNtnu St., Philadelphia, Pa.
We will buy your Gold Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
OCALA LODGE NO 2S0, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton. E. R.
Josejh Bell, Secretary.
Treserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co.
PICNIC AT OAK GROYE
There will be an annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak Grove on Saturday
October 5th, 1912, and here 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. Terkeween Oil, the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydlngs & Co.
Wanted, one, two or three rooms in
good location for young couple. Will
answer if furnished for ligtit house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping or if unfurnished. AdJres
Box 2!3. city.
CIItPTER NO. 13 R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor. II. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
Millions in the air. Think of It. Ev Ev-erty
erty Ev-erty time you open your mouth, in
goes a whole menagerie of microbes,
germs and baeter:a. When the liver,
stomach and bowels are active, these
germs are harmless. If they are torpid
it is Just the condition needed to set
up disease: which at this season is
generally of a malarial nature. Th?
moral is use HERBINE to keep the
liver, stomach and bowels in a state of
health and activity. It cures Indiges Indigestion
tion Indigestion and constipation. Price 50c. Sold
by all druggists.
Five or six doses of 666 will break
any case of Chills and Fever; It acts on
the liver better than Calomel, and does
not rip or sicken. Price 25c.
Blitchton. i-'eji. li. Mr?. Zetrouer of
Rochelle returned home Sunday after
spending several day here.
Mr and Mrs. Sistrur.k of Berlin
spent Friday here.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Elitch ppent Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Morriston the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Blitch.
Mr. W. J. Williams is on the sick
Hammond visited Martin
Mr. hi. II. Miller
and family have
moved to Fairfield.
Mr. Guy Miller has accepted a posi position
tion position at Morriston.
Mr. Joseph Akin spent the week end
at Dunnellon. Mr. Akin was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his son, Boyd, who is at attending
tending attending the public school there.
Mr. Oscar Sanders spent Saturday at
Evin-ton. Miss Lula Sanders accom accompanied
panied accompanied him home after an absence of
Don't forget the revival beginning
Sunday, Sept. 22nd.
Mrs. C. H, Price of Keuka is the
guest of Dr. Blitch and family. Mrs.
Price was Miss Lillie O'Haver before
her marriage and has visited here a
number of times.
Rev. Eldridge of Crystal River and
Rev. Entzminger of Micanopy, will
preach here during the revival meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Mr. Frank Hall of Ocala was shak shaking
ing shaking hands Tuesday with h's many
Dr. J. I. Davis of Irvine spent Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday here.
Mr. Goree Blitch has a position In
the Brick City.
The Sunday, school and B. Y. P. U.
have received their new song books.
Cotton Plant, Sept. 19. Mrs. A. W.
Woodward and Miss Carrie Barco call called
ed called at Swiss Cottage last Friday after-
Mr. J. N. Morris spent several days
in Ocala the past week.
Miss Alta Beck spent Saturday and
Sunday with Miss Carrie Barco.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Barco and child children
ren children of Arcadia came up Sunday noon
and will visit relatives and friends
here for a few days.
Miss Carrie Barco is visiting Mrs. M.
L. Reynolds of Ocala for several days.
Mr W. E. Veal and family and Mr.
Alfred Harroun of Istachatta motored
up Sunday and stayed till Monday
Mrs. D. M. Barco returned Sunday
from her visit to her daughters at
Croom and Istachatta.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and
baby of Ocala came out Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon in their car and spent a short
while with relatives.
Miss Leila Parker came up from
Shady Friday afternoon and spent
Saturday and Sunday with her par parents
ents parents here, and returned to her school
LIVER GETTING LAZY t
DON'T STOP WORKING
Tnke Dndon Liver Tone and Go
About Your HiiMlnrMM It Will
Liven Up Your Liver ?
A bilious attack or constipation can
be relieved in a short while by a
spoonful of bod son's Liver Tone the
mild, vegetable remedy that every
Just ask the Court Pharmacy about
Dodson's Liver Tone. They know that
it is a harmless preparation that starts
the liver without violence and puts
you into shape without interfering
with your habits. This store guar guarantees
antees guarantees it to be all that, and will give
you quick, easy relief.
Dodson'- Liver Tone is for both
grown-ups arid children. It has a
pleasant taste, and is safe and relia reliable.
ble. reliable. The price is 0 cents for a large
bottle, and your 50 cents back to you
if you tell the Court Pharmacy that it
hasn't been af benefit to you.
Don't take calomel and don't buy
imitations of Dodson's Liver Tone
you may run into danger if you do.
Buy Dodson's the medicine that the
Court Pharmacy recommends and
NEW SCHEDULE FOR
THE OCALA NORTHERN
Effective. Sunday, Sept. 15th, the
Ocala Northern will change its sched schedule
ule schedule as follows: The passenger train
will leave here in the morning: at 7:30
and in the afternoon the mixed train at
2:43. Leaving Palatka, coming this
way, the morning passenger train will
leave there at 7:55 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.
On Sundays the passenger train will
leave Ocala at 8 a. m.
STOCK FOR SALE
For sale cheap, for cash, three shares
($300) of the capital stock of the Ocala
Fertilizer Company. If interested in inquire
quire inquire at Star office.
SHOTGUN FOR SALE
A good double-barreled, hammerless,
L. C. Smith shotgun for sale, cheap for
cash. Apply at Star office.
The Ocala Heights Dairy can furnish
pure milk and cream. Call phone 421,
or stop the wagon.
WOODMEN OF TI1E WORLD
Fort King Camp, No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting Friday evening, Oct. 11,
at Yonge's Hall. Every member Is
urged to be present and visitors al always
ways always welcome. B. N. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
Foley ECidnsy Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give protapj relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDE2 TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
BLADDER and U annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A ire boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE ad for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHE8T RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Daria, 627 vTashirrton St., CocnersTille,
Ind., is in his fcth year. Hev ruestis: "I hav
lately sneered much from my kiit.i?a and blad bladder
der bladder I had severs backache end i. y kidupy action
was too f re j "ent, caasic m to lose teach eierp
at nigLit, and ia rr.j bladder tr.er w const a I
paiu. I took FoIy Kidney riils for some tin,
aod am cow free of oil tumble aud a;ain able to
be op aod arotod. Foley Kiiuay Pul Lata 197
CARPENTER AND BUiLDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other i
contractor tn the dtx. i
JURY FREES SLAYER
Calif ornians Uphold Killing, of
Twelve Men Declare Husband Was
Justified in Shooting Despoiler
Prisoner Admitted Deed and
Did Not Plead Insanity.
Oakland. Cal. An Almeda county
jury applied the unwritten law to
Harry F. Prescott and Justified his act
in having shot down the despoiler of
his home. Prescott's second trial for
having killed Ralph Thompson in the
Prescott home on the night of Febru February
ary February 28 last, ended two hours after the
Jury had received the court's instruc instructions.
tions. instructions. There was little deliberation.
The big room was crowded with
men, but there was a breathless still stillness
ness stillness as Louis Rudolph, clerk, took the
folded Blip from the foreman of the
Jury and read:
"We, the jury, find the prisoner at
the bar not guilty."
The verdict was a direct application
of the "unwritten law." There was no
question as to the killing of Thompson.
Prescott admitted it, and did not plead
insanity. He was a married man with
a wife he had sworn to protect and in
his own home he had shot dead the
man who had come between them. On
that ground he went before a jury of
his fellow men, who Justified the act.
On the stand Prescott told of his
having no trade other than that of fur furniture
niture furniture salesman, of his 111 health and
being out of work, of filing on a gov government
ernment government claim in the mountains of
Trinity county and of his going up
there alone and working in the hope
of making a home for himself and
wife; the hardships he suffered during
the winter; the sudden coldness of
the infrequent letters of the woman
for whom he was working aroused his
suspicions and he returned home unan unannounced;
nounced; unannounced; how he hid behind the por portieres
tieres portieres until his wife returned with
Thompson at midnight, and what he
saw that caused him to whip his re revolver
volver revolver from his pocket and confront
the pair has been told. Character wit witnesses
nesses witnesses testified as to his honesty, good
habits and desire for a home. His at attorney
torney attorney overlooked no point in his de defense,
fense, defense, and the Jury agreed with him,
Prescott's wife was not in court when
the verdict was given.
AT 80 MAN BUILDS SHIPS
Captain Johnson Goes Dally From His
Baltimore Home to the Plant at
Wilmington, Del. Capt Thomas
Johnson, now in his. eighty-fourth
year, is superintending the construc construction
tion construction of two steel steamers for the Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Chesapeake & Atlantic Rail Railway
way Railway company at Sparrow's Point, Md.
On June 17 he and his wife will cele celebrate
brate celebrate the sixty-fifth anniversary of
their marriage. The anniversary will
be observed here for the reason that
they were married in this city. Mrs,
Johnson i3 in her eightieth year.
The captain goes to and from Spar Sparrow's
row's Sparrow's Point daily from his home in
Baltimore. He is the railroad's su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of construction.
: i Everybody in Delaware knows "Cap "Captain
tain "Captain Tom." Born in "Brandy wine Vil Village,"
lage," Village," now within the limits of this
city, he wa3 45 years superintendent
of the shipyard of the old Harlan &
Hollingsworth company, now controls
ed by Charles M. Schwab. He enter entered
ed entered the employ of ihe concern in 1849
as a laborer at $4.50 a week. Twenty
years ago he retired as superintend superintendent
ent superintendent because of ill-health and bought
two farms in Northampton county,
Virginia. His health having-been re regained
gained regained "without taking a drop of med medicine,"
icine," medicine," he last winter re-entered the
PREDICT DOOM TO SOCIETY
Time Coming When Ail Will
Under tho Influence of Ether
Rome, A posthumous work by
Cesare Lombroso has Just been dis discovered
covered discovered in Italy. The subject is "State
of Society in the Next Century."
As usual, he takes a very pessimis pessimistic
tic pessimistic view and especially of the Inhabi Inhabitants
tants Inhabitants of the United States, who, he de declares
clares declares to be ail suffering from neu neurasthenia.
rasthenia. neurasthenia. He calculates that mad madness
ness madness increases in the States with
three times the rapidity of the in increase
crease increase of population, and that this
malady will increase for divers rea
He considers that the human brain
will become larger, but that the abuse
of alcohol will become worse and that
this in turn will be abandoned for
stimulants of greater power. He pre predicts
dicts predicts a time when all will be under
the Influence of ether or morphia.
Murdered Man Placed on Railroad.
Sheridan, Wyo. The mangle rer
main3 of George Snyder were found
on the railroad track near that place,
with portions cf his body strewn along
the track for 100 feet. Dried blood bloodstains
stains bloodstains found In the grass some dis distance
tance distance away and the trampled down
condition of the grass indicated foil
Kissed and Made Up Ten Time;,
Los Angeles. Cal. After kissing and
making up ten times, John Johnson
hab been granted his eleventh divorce.
He declares his wife feels she cannot
live without her mother in the houses
with her and he cannot live with her
in the house.
LOYAL. OKDEIt OP MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge. No. 633. Loyal Or
der of Sloose, meets each Thursday
evening' at S o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third fioor. Visitlns brothers are
invited to attenl our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
E. L Stap, Secretary.
XOTKK TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itors, lecatees, distributees and all
other persons fcavSnsr claim-' and de
mands aaainst the estate or Cora L.
femith, deceased, to ireent said claim
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit; Au August
gust August 27th. 1U12 Hena Ll Smith.
A? Executrix Last Will and Testament
of Cora L. Smith, Deceased.
Under date of Sept. 4th indicated total
deposits of $531,510.22.
Compared with our corresponding state statement
ment statement a year ago, this is an increase of
We have added many new names on our
books since 1911, which is a true indica indication
tion indication of the quality of the Security and
Service this bank offers patrons.
Wc Will be Pleased to Serve You,
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
North of Government Buildinn
Call up Phone 300 and Lei
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Km we employ none but expert we are la poaltloa to aaraate ev every
ery every piece of work we eoaHtrnet to utaart the Inaperfloa nf the iiiaat
Held InKpet-torM. It roNtn aofhlnj? to feet our figure, and you are the
wliner, whether we aeeure the ronlraet ar not. Wive u a trial.
M. W. TUCKER ,!';
FORT KING BLOCK
' !' BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient anej lome-LiKe Hotel, on
the American and European Plans,
mrlnAT Plin X9 npr rfav arwl tin PnrnnAnn Plan 11 AA nt liv n4
Churchill & Co,
111 11 1 PHI
MARION COUNTY FAIR NOVEMBER 26 TO 29, 1912
Open to Marion county horses only. Horses barred that have not been
owned in the county at least Bix months prior to date of races.
In all races, five horses to enter, three to go.
Entrance Fees: 5 per cent, of purses, also 5 jer cent, of winnings.
All purses to be divided into three moneys: CO per cent, to 1st; 25 per
cent, to 2nd; 15 per cent, to 3rd.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912
1st Ilace Three minute class. Dest two in three, mile heats. Purse, 50.
2nd Race Motorcycle Race; ten miles. Purse, $15.
Crd Race 2:10 Class. Best two in three, mile heats. Purse, $50,
4th Race Running, half mile dash. Purse, $25.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1912
1st Race Motorcycles; ten miles. Purse, $23.
2nd Race Open to horses that have never entered a race. Half mile
heats. Rest two in three. Purse, $50.
3rd Race 2:30 Class. Best two in three, mile heats. Purse, $.'0.
4th Race Running, half mile dash. Purse, $25.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912
1st Race Motorcycles, ten miles. Open to winners in 1st and 2nd
days' Races. Purse, $15.
2nd Race Free for all, Marion county horses; best two in thre, rail
heats. Purse, f 50.
3rd Race Open to horses beaten in 1st and 2nd day's Races. Rest
two in three, half mile heats. Purse, $50.
4th Race Open only to horses driven by negroes. Best two in three.
Half mile heats. Purse, 50.
5th Race Mule Race; negro riders; half mile dash (no fee).
fith Race Running; half mile dash. Purse, $25.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912
1st Race Motorcycle; ten miie3. Open to losers in prior three days
races. Purse, $15.
2nd Race Colts and Fillies, Marion county raised. Best two in three.
Half mile heats. Purse, $50.
3rd Race Free for all, Marlon county horses. Best two in three, mile
heats. Hopples barred. Purse, $50.
4th Race Running, half mile dash. Purse, $25.
The Association reserves the right to substitute other races for those
which do not fill, or make changes to conform to entries. Rules, Ameri--
--voting Association, to govern. J. M. MEFFERT,
S. It. PYLES,
' Executive Committee.
foil Stomach Troui.c and Crr.uvi4a
THE MOST IMPARTIAL Jt DUE ;
Must admit that there is nothing
Licking: In either the quality or quan quantity
tity quantity of our auto supplies. Here you
can obtain everything from a small
wrench to a set of new tires and at a
price that reduces the upkeep of your
machine by many per cent. Make up
to Sales Co.
ns Give an Estimate on Your
OCALA EVEKHTG STAR. fRIDAY, STEPTEMBER 20, 1912
3. Estrads From a Mary
"ONE MAN SYSTEM"
ikVc talked with one of oar customers yesterday. We
spoke of the cost of living. He says he started on very
small wages, and managed to save money. It seemed al almost
most almost impossble, hut he began by making a schedule of liv living
ing living expenses, those things abolutely necessary. What re remained
mained remained he called his profits, and used half for pleasure t x x-penses,
penses, x-penses, saving the other half. He said it was all due to
the little system he used and knowing exactly what he
THE WAY TO SAVE-HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
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
fraii it just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto ba gasoline and you gtt poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself-for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good wholesome food
That is YOU II fuel.
Johnson's Fducator 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. Tespft (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ALLIGATOR RAIN COATS
They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There Is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
Three Cardinal Principles are
Second PURITY of DRUGS,
Third PROMPT SERVICE.
These three Principles are Vital, in the Service of a Drug
Store, where the Health or even th 1 Life of some M mber of
your Family Depends on them.
We have a Complete Stock
plies Of All Kinds Seild to
ernes and to have your Prescriptions tilled. : :
'Ttie Drug Store On The Square"
PHONE 281, NIGHT PHONE 289
Observes at This Drug Store.
of Drncfr and Druggists Sup
Us for yOUr DrUgS and Mednre times the price at which they are
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94,
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser ser-rice.
rice. ser-rice. i
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
Mr. N. Harrison of
was in town today.
Judge Lyles returned today from his
visit to Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dower returned
yesterday from their visit to Starke.
A new line of toilet requisites just
In. Gerlg's Postofflce Druestores.
Mr. Robert Flinn has about recover
ed from his recent severe Illness.
Mr. Thurlow Bishop of Tampa wa3
in the city yesterday.
Mr. R. R. Bullock was taken quite
sick last night. He is better today.
rProf. J. II. Workman returned today
from his summer vacation in Tennes Tennessee.
see. Tennessee. While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company.
Miss Betty Mclver came up from the
lake this morninsr to spend the day
Your vacation ib not complete with without
out without a kodak. Qerlg's Postofflce Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.
Mr. C. L. West has decided to re remain
main remain in the sheriff's office instead of
going into a store.
Store for rent, corner of Fort King
avenue and Magnolia street. Apply to
Mrs. George Earle Yancey Is home
from a visit to her relatives In Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. j LOST Small pocketbook containing
about $21. Finde will please leave at j
this office and receive suitable reward
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerigs Postofflce Drugstores.
iiuu naii-puuuu cane, is cents. sola
..11 1. 1 . 2 1 rn
only at Gerig'a Postofflce Drugstores.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerlg's Postofflce Drugstores.
FOR RENT Nine room houx. three
blocks from postofflce. Moderate rent
to permanent tenants. Apply by pos postal
tal postal to T. O. Thomsen, city.
Arkansas Chin & ever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Beat for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydings & Co.
Mr, and Mrs. F. n. Beckham and
children are home from Amelia Beach,
where they spent the last two months
It is the intention of Captain Jim
Smoak to run the City of Ocala to
Sunday Bluff. Sept. 29. He will sive
low rates and should have a. his crowd.
The regular literary meeting of the
VVoman's Missionary Society of the
Methodist church will be postponed
until the third Friday in October.
Mr. Frank Wetherbee has had his
launch a.t the springs overhauled and
put in perfect condition. It runs bet better
ter better and faster now than ever-
Welch Dewey is very much better
and expects to be out In a few days.
He is still very weak but Is free from
Younjr married couple want two or
three rooms suitable for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping by October 1. References giv given
en given If desired. Address J. D. M. Box
Judge Bullock Is expected home this
morning from Lake Eustis, where he,
has been putting one of his launches
irt shape. He will come from Eustis
to Silver Springs in his boat.
Mr. Jos. E. Wilson, who represents
the Remington Typewriter Company In
this territory, will be at the Ocala
House every Wednesday and Thursday
tq meet his patrons.
The railroad men on No. 40 today
told of a tragedy at 9t. Petersburg
last night. Two citizens hy the name
of Jackson and Haines had a fight over
some real estate matter, and Haines
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael
came in from Mr. Ed Carmlchael's
farm this morning. They will spend
the day shopping and visiting with
their grandparents before returning to
The coroner's jury at Flemington.
which passed on the killing of John
Smith, found that Smith came to his
death at the hands of Green Thomas,
and ordered the latter held for trial.
His preliminary hearing will be be before
fore before Judge Bell Sept. 27.
Mr. W. W. Stripling expects his wife
and daughter home from Worthington
Springs the first part of next week.
Jr. trtlln writes that she has had
fine trip and that she and Ellen haye
both been greatly benefited by their
Joe MeCorkle was sick last night and
could not attend to his duties at the
Air Pome. ? Is a very steady boy
and it is seldom that he Is ahsent
from his post of duty unless it I on
account of sickness.
The white tiles seem to be geetlng
worse everv day. Each day when I
rains these little pests fill the air
soon as the rain stops and make
very unpleasant for people who hav
to be out where they are.
Ti. I Martin, room 9 Merchant's
block, will sell now a few choice lots
fronting on lake, close to Lake Weir
station, at bargain prices. If you ever
expect to own a lot on Lake Weir pur purchase
chase purchase should be made now. as these
lots, within two years, will be worth
I Running up and down stairs, sweep sweep-jing
jing sweep-jing and bending over making beds will
tnot make a woman healthy or beau beau-jtiful.
jtiful. beau-jtiful. She must get out of doors, walk
a mile or two every uu
Chamherlaln's Tablets to Improve her
digestion and regulate her bowel3. For
sale by all dealers.
E. P. RETZ Sc. SONS
MOVE OFFICES TO OCALA
Messrs. fc-. t Kent & Sons, the
rt3t; lumber manufacturers at Eilver
Springs, have moved their accounting
department and the clerical force
from that point to Ocala. and have
part of the space in the Ocala North
ern s office building at the corner of
Oklawaha avenue and Osceola street
mv nuge piani 01 tne companv.
which was closed down for several
weeks to modernize some of the ma
chinery and greatly increase its daily
capacity, is again running on full
time and with its extended railroad
lines out into a virgin timber belt. It
will have no difficulty in keeping the
mill supplied with all the logs the
saws can cut. Mr. Jack Rentz will re
main at the springs to generally man
age the industry.
SHOOTING AT SILVER SPRINGS
A big and a little negro had a fight
at the mill at Silver Springs yesterday
afternoon. The big negro beat the
little negro badly and left. The little
negro secured an old thirty-two revol
ver and started to look for the big
man. seeking revenge. When he found'
him he was so scared that the shot he
fired went wild and hit another negro
on the cheek. The bullet did net
break the skin but passed through the
lobe of the left ear. The sheriffs of office
fice office was notified of the fight and Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Sheriff West went to the springs
and brought the little man to the
THESPIANS AT THE TEMPLE
The Reagan-Lewis Company pre
sented "Ishmatl' to a very slim house
last night at the Temple. This is a
very meritorious little company, and it
is a pity it has had so little encourage encouragement
ment encouragement In Ocala. The play was much en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by the few present. The com company
pany company left this morning to fill a date
The Maddocks-Field Company, one
of the best aggregations on the road,
will be at the Temple next Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of
atonement, begins this evening at
sundown and closes tomorrow night at
sundown. In observance of which
Rheinauer & Co. will close their stores
from 6 o'clock Friday afternoon until
the same hour Saturday afternoon.
or LA GLIDDEMTES AT VALDOSTA
Valdosta, Sept. 1, 3:30 p. m. All's
Valdosta. Sept. 19. 3:30 p. m. Alls
well, no accident. Gasoline 25 cents at
Gainesville and Valdosta; others 20
cents. J. W. H.
REFERRED TO HELLEVIFW
Editor Star: In your Issue of yes yesterday
terday yesterday I notice an Item stating that
P.elleview. the "city of oaks." as It Is
termed, has risen In its legislative ma majesty
jesty majesty and passed a speed ordinance,
regulating the speed of automobiles
through Its streets to six miles per
hour. It also seems that the corporate
limits of our pleasant little neighbor
are six miles long.
During the summer I have found
great pleasure in going to and from
Like Weir and, of course, have pass passed
ed passed through P.elleview en route many
times. I think that It Is wise for all
towns ta have some traffic or speed
regulations and vehicles of all kinds
should be required to observe, them,
but the unjustness of this ordinance
passed by our friends to the south of
us can be plainly seen.
Here we are. the county seat, with
an incorporate limits extending a mile
In each direction from the court house
and a traffic ordinance limiting us to
fifteen miles an hour. A stranger can
pass through our city, from end to
end. in eight minutes without violat violating
ing violating the law, but Journeying on his way
to the lake on some point farther
south, must consume one whole hour
getting through Belleview.
The trip to the lake is made by the
busy man who has his summer home
there and an automobile at his dis disposal
posal disposal In from forty-five minutes to an
hour, but now it seems that it would
be Impossible to make the trip from
the lake to Ocala or vice versa In less
than an hour and a half or maybe two
hours, if one is to obey the law.
It Is to be earnestly hoped that the
good people of Belleview will be more
liberal with the automobllist who
must of necessity pass through their
beautiful little city. Automobllist,
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akin
in the second ward was the scene of a
very pleasant occasion yesterday eve evening.
ning. evening. Mr. Akln's assistants In the
Ocala Plumbing and Electric Com Company's
pany's Company's shop gave him and his wife a
handsome wedding present and they
reciprocated with an elegant supper
at which were present the force and a
few friends. The spread was both
dainty and ample and the event was
one to be long remembered by all who
The new theater curtain at the
Temple, with Its various signs, cover covering
ing covering the first with the appropriate and
tasteful picture of Silver Springs, may
be enterprising and remunerative, but
it is not aesthetic or calculated to give
visitors as good an opinion of our city
as the old one.
Deputy Sheriff Brigance. while hunt hunting
ing hunting thru the woods near town yester yesterday
day yesterday found a valise, the contents of
which indicated it had been the Joint
property of a pawnbroker, a watch watchmaker
maker watchmaker and a burglar. It had been out
in the weather some time. Brigance
has the gift of finding men and things.
He can't even walk out In the woods
without falling ever something.
Mrs. A. M. Carlton, who ha& been
visiting relatives In this city for the
past several weeks, left this morning
for her home In Jacksonville. She
was accompanied home by Miss Susie
Ervin, who will be her guest for two
weeks. Mr. Carlton Ervin will join
them Sunday for a weeks visit.
Dexter and Sam Phillips, two of the
Star's faithful carrier boys, left today
for Jacksonville, where they will spend
several days with their aunt. Mrs. E.
The Lake City and Adel teams,
which are to play here this afternoon,
arrived at 1 o'clock and are at the
Florida House. The weather is threat threatening
ening threatening and the chances are against
their having a large crowd. They will
also play tomorrow. They are good
players and should put up an interest interesting
ing interesting game.
Mr. George Mudge. traveling solic solicitor
itor solicitor for the I. C. Railway was In Ocala
yesterday. He says the southbound
hniness is extra heavy but there Is
littla trrtlncr TlOrth. Mr. MUjgt IS
here to look after orange shipments
and expects to have a good part of the
business go over his road.
After Hearing Oplaiuaa of Maay CUl-
ou the Price of the Water
AYorka, the Council Adjonraed
The city council met last night in
special session to hear the expres expressions
sions expressions of citizens on the matter and to
either accept or reject the award of
the board of arbitrators. There were
present. Messrs. Carroll. Taylor, Car Carmichael.
michael. Carmichael. Weihe. Fausett and Living
ston, ana tne room was filled with
citizens. The chair announced that
the council desired to hear the expres
sion of those present for and against
the purchase of the water works at
the appraisers' price.
Bight here let us state that there Is
scarcely a man in Ocala who does not
think the council should buy the water
works and get competition out of the
way but their ideas of the value of the
plant range up and down a Ion
Among tnose present- who. spoke
against purchasing at the price named
were Messrs. B. A. Weathers. J. M
Meffert. W. K. Zewadski. George Mac-
Kay. R. L. Martin and F. E. Harris.
Among those who enthusiastically
advocated its purchase were Messrs. R.
L. Anderson. M. J. Roess. E. P. Rentz.
Fred Magaw. R. C. Muncaster and
Rev. J. B. Ley.
Many questions were asked the dif
ferent speakers and some interesting
Mr. J. H. Taylor read some lnterest-
ng figures he had compiled on the
water works situation, taking the po-
ition of purchase, non-purchase and
construction of new works, and work
ing the problem out for the period of
six years or until the present exten extension
sion extension of franchise would expire.
At 10 o'clock all who desired to
speak having been heard, a motion
was made to adjourn and await a full
attendance of the council to settle the
matter definitely as those present felt
that all should have an opportunity of
voting on so important a measure.
The Miss-sent Letter. A fine S. & A.
The Prisoner of War. Showing Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon on the island of St. Helena.
Their Golden Anniversary, or the
Old Photograph. Another of the fa famous
mous famous Vitagraph pictures, featuring a
pretty story of home life.
There will he six reels of first class
pictures shown tonight. The two-reel
feature is a fine show In Itself. There
also a western picture that will keep
up Interest and excitement. The pro program
gram program is as follows:
The Mighty Hunter.
A Life for a Kiss.
Romance of the Palm Garden.
The King's Power. (Two reels).
VOICES FROM Till. HILLS
) Mr. Ley will discuss some questions
of interest to our municipality Sunday
morning. He will be glad to see
present a good representation of the
What Are You Paying?
Iilue Ilibbon Tiomon and Van i la
Extract, two lOc bottles for.
Regular 2."c. size for
Large Pail Snowdrift $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift .W)c
AVesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue Hen Matches per pkg 1.1c
6 Cakes Expost Borax Soap. . .2."c
Baker's or llujier's Chocolate
per pound 35c
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 2."c
Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans
per can 10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . lOol
size Florida Tomatoes 3
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound. .25c
3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Pkgs. Upton's Jelly Tablets. .25e
3 Pkgs.-Sunleam Corn Flakes. .25c
3 Cans rc. flold Evaioratcd Milk lOc
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 25e
7tt Pounds Sugar $.1.00
14 Pounds Whole Rice $.100
Old Country Blend Tea, per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil 00c
Bulk Oatmeal ir pound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
Cheese, per pound 20c
O Cans Karo Syrup -c
Heinz Vinegar, per gallon 35c
Irish Potatoes, iKr ieck 30c
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c
12-lb. Sack PiKbury Flour 50c
24-lb. Sack PiNbury Flour. .. .81.00
Half Barrel Pilsbury Hour . .!tt.75
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 50c
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour SI. 00
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour . .91.05
96 lbs. Henry Clay Flour . . S3. TO
Half-barrel Henry Clay Hour $3.S5
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
12 lbs. Rob White Flour 45c
24 lbs. Bob White Flour 85c
90 lbs. Bob White Flour $3.35
Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White'Flour .$0.50
At our bank is backed up by strong di directorate
rectorate directorate and management. : : : :
and up-to-date equipment make errors
practically impossible and insure reli reliability
ability reliability and safety for our patrons
If you are not already a depositor why
not start a checking account here to-day?
CAPITA. I FCLLT
H. B. STOKES, Cshlr.
EDWARDS. Pr. CLARENCE
I DR. A. L. BLALOCK
Y PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
I Offices Over The
FISK AND FIRESTONE TIRES
QUALITY AND SERVICE I
MAYCKAFT & DAVfflES
Bring Your Tires and
Kindergarten and Primary School
Open Monday, Sept. 30
In Kindergarten Rooms
Misses Ilallie Ley. Lydla McDousrald
and Minnie Stovall
Regular Kindergarten course. Spe-
cial classes in primary grade,
and terms on application.
IIAVK VOI R CAR PAINTED
This is the season when- you should
have your automobile nainted. The
work we turn out looks just as good as
new and the enamel la as permanent
and holds Its brilliancy just as well as
a fatcory finish. We are now turning
out several handsome pieces of work
and It would pay you to call at the
shop and look them over. Our up upholstering
holstering upholstering and covering department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re repairs
pairs repairs to an entire new Job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works.
W. F. McAteer, Proprietor.
AUTO FOR SAVE
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.
DR. W. K. LANE
hours: 9 to 12 a. m.;
VOICES FROM THE HILLS
Mr. Ley invited
of Ocala to hear
the business public
him Sunday at 11
Deputy Sheriff Brigance went to
Candler and Belleview this morning to
serve some papers. Mr. Brigance Is
kept very busy while Mr. Galloway Is
Frederick Hocker is spending a day
or two with Mr. Kdward Green I fore
resuming his studies at the University
of Florida. Mr. Hocker has a large
o-cVcircle of friends in Ocala. who are al-
jways glad to see him.
Sometime this morning, a partridge
flew in from the country and perched
over the door of the Marion Hardware
Company's warehouse, on South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. Frank Anthony, who be believes
lieves believes In signs, was much agitated at
this unusual proceeding, and phoned
to the Star to know what the omen
portended. The Star phoned to Frank
to eat his dinner with a quiet con conscience,
science, conscience, that the partridge had only
come to look over the Marion Hard Hardware's
ware's Hardware's -took of ammunition and fiuure
its chances to live thru the hunting
At the home of the bride's mother.
Shade Oldman at Shady last night.
Lizzie Oldman was married to Ernest
Mays. Rev. John Robinson officiated.
The Star's faithful Janitor, James
Strange and his wife acted as best
man and bridesmaid. The high-con-tractins:
parties are a worthy young
colored couple and have the irood
wishes of many friends.
Walter Morgan and his son. Charli.
two of Ocala's most respected colored
citizens, will leave Sunday for St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, where they will open a pic picture
ture picture show for the colored people.
Morgan ran a picture show here for
two years for colored people and was
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store.
Six reels Friday night at the Temple.
ROOT AXD HERn TEA
The Great Blood Purifier and Nerve
Toale, for Rhenmatlam, Kidney aad
madder Trouble Price SOe.
Dr. Llvtaicaton's Dlapepelae Powder,
for Iadlceatloa and Stomach Trou Troubles
bles Troubles Price SO Cent a
Dr. LlTlncvton'a Golden Catarrh Balm,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nat are.
Price SO Ceata
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR XO PAY
Theae Remedies Cam Alwaya he Foaad
t the Coort Pharmacy, Oeala, Fla.
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
Tnbes to be Vulcanized
Following: are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during: the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Partly cloudy, southeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 71 degrees.
Maximum, 92 degrees.
Average, 81 degrees.
Local showers tonight or Saturday.
FOR SALE An incubataor In good,
condition. ISO-egg capacity. ; Prkre.
112.50. Apply to Mrs. C. V. Roberts. :
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my 4-
year-old mare or will let for feed.
Perfectly gentle, works anywhere. J.
M. Gates. Jr., Anthony, Fla.
One young cow. Will milk in No November.
vember. November. Will give 1 gallons. $20. 12..
Indian Runner ducks, 112. Aypjy Ta
lor Printing Company.
Two fine cows for sale, one calf two
and one seven months old. Address R
R. Emmitt, York. Fla. ..
FOR SALE OR LEASE 20 acres of
good pine land under cultivation with
buildings and well. Owner going north
Fred C. Smith, Levon. Fla., Box 69.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH
For All PunS Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA . FLORIDA
This is the MEAT MARKET that IS
CLEAN that gives you prompt, quick,
If you aren't a patron of ours we we-earnestly
earnestly we-earnestly solicit that you grant us a
trial we're certain that you will find
our ROASTS. STEAKS. CHOPS, HAMS.
UACON. SAUSAGE, etc., of particular particularly
ly particularly excellent quality.
V. II. 3IAUSII, PROPRIETOR
" FORMERLY EDWARDS MARKET
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
VK SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE"
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEK 20, 1912
STOVES land RANGES
Economist Cook Stoves and Ranges,
AH sizes and Styles. Carload Shipment
just Received last WeeL JSee-our dis-
lord Best," the Range with the Oven
that Pulls Out, "the Marvel ot the twen twentieth
tieth twentieth Century." : : : :
Marion Hardware Co.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORKTTO (Near Maidarin) FLORIDA
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by he Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intelectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms. Dorm Dormitories,
itories, Dormitories, Dining Hall and Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prospectus t o the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO, FLORIDA.
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 por Day and Up
Rooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
- T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager
sk to see "Bridge-
-a rag ea I
Wwi 14 m 1 1
the Comedy of
the Same Name
From Photographs of
the Play as Produced
By Henry Xf. Savage
Copyright, by li. K. Fly Co.
Never was a young soldier so
( I 1
I ea vesa Eussu a i
I I II 1(1
stumped by a problem in tactics as ; pleted their installation as man and
Lieutenant Harry Mallory, safely I wife, utterly confounded their con con-aboard
aboard con-aboard his train, and not daring to i fusion by her final effort at comfort:
leave it, yet hopelessly unaware of "Well, my dears, I'll go back to my
how ho was to dispose of his lovely I seat, and leave you alone with your
but unlabelled bagcge.
Hudson and Shaw had erected a
white satin temple to Hynn-n in berth ;
number nne, hnd created i-uvh com mo- ;
tion, and departed in such confusion,
that there had been no opportunity to J
rroelaim that he and Marjorie were j
"not marritd just friends."
And now the passengers had ac- ;
cepted them as that enormous fund of
amusement to any train, a newly wed-
ded pair. To explain the mistake
would have been difficult, even among I
friends. But among strangers well, j
perhaps a wiser and a colder brain j
than Harry Mallory's could have i
stood there and delivered a brief ora-
tion restoring truth to her pedestal.
But Mallorv was in no condition for
. , ,.
such a stoic delivery.
He mopped his brow In agony, lost
In a blizzard of bewilderment. He
drifted back toward Marjorie, half to
protect and half for companionship,
He found Mrs. Temple cuddling her
close and mothering her as if she
were a baby instead of a bride.
""Did the 'poor child run away and
Marjorie's frantic "Doo-hoo-hoo"
might have meant anything. Mrs.
TW,1 It fnr cnt nTirt mur
mured with glowing reminiscence:
'Just the way Doctor Temple and 1
She could not see the leaping flash
of wild hope that lighted up Mallory's
face. She only heard his voice across
"Doctor? Doctor Temple? Is your
husband a reverend doctor?"
"A reverend doctor?" the little old
lady repeated weakly.
"Yes a a preacher?"
The poor old congregation-weary
eoul was abruptly confronted with the
ruination of all tho delight in her lit-
tie escapade with her pulpit-fagged
husband. If she had ever dreamed
that the girl who was weeping in her
arms was weeping from any other
fright than the usual fright of young
brides, fresh from tho preacher's ben
ediction, she would have cast every
other consideration aside, and told
But her husband's last behest b-
fore he left her had been to keep
their precious pretend-secret. She
felt-just then-that a woman's
auty is to ooey ner nusoar.u. iiuies,
what business was it of this young
husband's what hr old husband's
business was? Pefore she had fairly
begun to debate her duty, almost auto-
matically, with the instantaneous, in-
stinct of self-nrotecticn. her lips had
nttor tho Hmnl-
rK 4,, 1 Til-in rr-rtrT
There be is now."
Mallory cast ore r.:i. erp.l le glarre
down the aisle nt Dr. Trrurle cor-i-.r
back from the ?col:r: cm. A -- the
old man paused to stare r.t tL? r:ci.l
berth, whose prep-ration h.- hr.-l net
seen, he was just enough befuddled
by his first cigar for thirty years to
a i.-'v, f v- r,
tl niu uiiU iiie itiivirii mi vi ilia ui.-
wonted crimson tie confirmed the
suspicion and annihilated Mallory's
new-born hone, that perhaps repentant
He sank into the seat opposite
Marjorie, who gave him one terrified
glance, and burst into fresh sobs:
un cn DOO-noo I m so unnap
hap py." ifounlel on their experience in the use
Perhaps Mrs. Temple was a little of that rerr.ely and their knowledge of
miffed at the couple that had led her: the many remarkable cures of colic,
astray and opened her own honey-diarrhoea ar.1 dysentery that it has ef ef-mooa
mooa ef-mooa with a wanton fib. In any case. footed. For sale by all dealers.
RING IS FOUND.
tne best consolation sne couia oner
Marjorie was a perfunctory pat, and a
"There, there, dear! You don't
know what real unhappiness Is yet.
Wait till you've been married a
And then she noted a startling lack
of rnmnletpness in the bride's hand.
"Why my dear! Where's your
With what he considered great
presence of mind, Mallory explained:
"It it slipped off I I picked it up.
I have it here." And he took the
little gold band from his waistcoat
' and tried to jam it on Marjorie's right
' "Not on the thumb!" Mrs. Temple
; cried. "Don't you know?"
"You see, it's my first marriage."
"You poor toy this ringer!" And
Mrs. Temple, raising Marjorie's limp
hand, selected the proper digit, and
held it forward, while Mallory pressed
the fatal circlet home.
And then Mrs. Temple, having corn-
"My dear what?" Marjorie mumbled
inanely, and began to sniffle again,
Whereupon Mrs. Temple resigned her
to Mallory, and consigned -her to fate
with a consoling platitude:
"Cheer up, my dear, you'll be all
right in the morning."
Marjorie and Mallory's eyes met in
one wild clash, and then both stared
into the window, and did not notice
that the shades were down,
,Lontmuea i morrow;
TIIK MEX WHO SUCCEED
as heads of lar?e enterprises are men
of sret energy. Success, today de-
; mlnd ah- To ai; 53 fail-
utter folly for a man to endure a weak,
, mn.,in.n ha1f -n nnntInn vr,
! I:lectric nitters will put him right on
nis feet in short order. "Four bottles
did me more real good than any other
i medicine I ever took," writes Chas. B.
! Allen, Sylvania, Ga." After years of
suuenng wun rneumansm. nver trou-
j ble. stomach disorders, and deranged
k!;Jtney?' 1 m again, thanks to Electric
hitters, snnn.l arA Wf11 Trv thpm
ionlv oO cents at Tvdings & Co".
i w -"-7
"If I can just squeeze through the
Glory Gcite up yonder 111 be satitfied.
I don't want "o.n to question me, fer
too c!os- iruj iire ns might c:id nie
e.e yun.or w' -Atlanta o-istitu
MANY Dill VEX FKOM 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
wiv tho ivav "if m-.i 1 i f nd a is tn lisp
I Dr; K;n x'ew. Dlscovt.ry and CUre
iy0urself at home. Stay right there,
Wjth your friends, and take this safe
' medicine. Throat and lung troubles
:Snd quick relief anl health returns. Its
I help in coughs, colds, grip, croup,
whoopins-cough and sore lungs made
it a positive oiess:ng. ovc. ana 51.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Ty-d:r;2s
d:r;2s Ty-d:r;2s A: Company.
Thp Mj?nri ir: ha hit ants if it.m
; goutb ?ea Igands foi;n( tt.:emelv"VB
once tn possession cf a suppiy of
ehoes. Instead of sf eking suitable
'iheT cu off their toes to fit ib
ghees whenever It was necessary
Few. if any. medic'nes. have met
with the uniform success that has at
tended the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
i remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoea
which it has effected in almost every
v. c i gh borh oo 1
have given it a wide rep-
For sale by all dealers.
The Best cf Life.
While of life itself or of Its origin
or destiny we know but little, we do
know how we may have it abundantly
and make the most and best of it. If
we do that, not only shall we have
dor.e our entire duty, but we shall
cae sven oursenes
precent employment of which we are
capable, and we may be certain that
if there b a f'.:t'.:rc for us beyond
such a life is
the btst rror:ar;.ti::i for it The Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati EriT.iircr.
mplicit conscience tiat many
have in. Chan-berlain's Colic,
r-olen ar,.i Diarrhoea Remedy ts
TO ALL SUB-EXCHANGES, ASSOCI ASSOCI-ATIONS
ATIONS ASSOCI-ATIONS AND SPECIAL SHIPPERS.
September 12, 1912.
Keep close watch for green fruit
shipments. Any Sub-Exchange, Asso Association
ciation Association or Special Shipper becoming
aware of the fact that anyone,
either in or out of the Florida Citrus
Exchange, is preparing to ship fruit
in violation of the standard adopted at
Gainesville on August 15th, 1912, will
please Immediately notify this office
of the name and address of tha ship shipper
per shipper or packer preparing to so violate
this law, in order that we may take
immediate steps ta have inspectors
posted ready to inspect, test and
piosecute such shipper, as ev every
ery every bit of the machinery and
power of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange shall be at the disposal of the
State Commissioner of Agricultuie to
assist him in seeing to it that this
Immature Fruit Law is rigidly ob observed
served observed in the State of Florida.
The standard established at Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville is sufficiently low to work no
hardship on anyone, and unless the
fruit comes up to this standard, it
will certainly not be fit to put into
consumption, and every orange grow grower
er grower in the State of Florida, wheth whether
er whether members of the Florida Cit Citrus
rus Citrus Exchange or not, should lend his
aid and work to the suppression of
this traffic, in order that Florida may
reap this year the full benefits of the
opportunities she has to bring into
the state the biggest amount of mon money
ey money ever paid for citrus crop, and re reestablish
establish reestablish for all time her supremacy
In the markets of the world as the
producer of the finest citrus fruits
Very truly yours,
Florida Citrus Exchange,
T7. C. Temple, General Manager.
OPEX DAY AXD SIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches "t
Bathe the face and hands or a person
sick with fever with DARBY'S PRO PROPHYLACTIC
PHYLACTIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID in a little water.
It reduces the fever, allays irritation
and revives the patient wonderfully.
Apply the fluid to a cut, sore or wound.
It heals in half the time required by
an ordinary liniment. Take It Internal Internally
ly Internally for cramps, colic or dysentery. It Is
a marvelous relieving remedy. Trice
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. Choice Reading.
There is no doubt that a good de de-tecth
tecth de-tecth story is better than a bum love
story cr a president's message.
UXCLE EZRA SAYS
"It don't take more'n a gill uv effort to
git folks into a peck of trouble" and a
little neglect of constipation, bililous bililous-ness.
ness. bililous-ness. Indigestion or other liver de derangement
rangement derangement will do tne fame. If ailing,
take Dr. King's Xew Life rills for
quick results. Easy, safe, sure, and
only 25 cents at Tydings & Company.
Hang to It.
All men have wandering Impulses,
fits and starts cf generosity But
when you bave resolved to be great,
abide by yourself anil do not weakly
try to reconcile yourself vith the
To prevent pneumonia, a cold settled
in the lungs should be attended to at
once. Fut a IIERRICK'S RED PEPPER
POROUS rL ASTER on the chest and
take BALLARD'S IIOREHOUND
SYRFP internally. It's a winning
combination. Buy the dollar size Hore-
hound Syrup; you get a porous plaster
free with each bottle. Sold by all
Six million persons make their Ht Ht-lng
lng Ht-lng under ground, working In mines
and quatrles. That number Is about
twice the population of this country
wlen it decided to cut away from
England and go It alone. Those six
million workers dig four billions of
wealth a year out of the bowels of
Antolne Delorla, postmaster at Gar Garden,
den, Garden, Mich., knows the exact facts
when he speaks of the curative value
of Foley Kidney Pills. He says: From
my own experience I recommend Foley
Kidney Pills, as a great remedy for
kidney disease and a good many of my
neighbors were cured by Foley Kidney
Pills." For sale by the Anti-Monopoly
Oay of the High Top Hat.
In a New York store there hangs
picture of Pom Pedro of Brazil re re-eelving
eelving re-eelving a delegation cf citizens at
Philadelphia on tbe day when he took
pait in tbe closing ceremonies of the
Centennial exposition. Nearly all the
men in tbe group wore high top hats
WHAT WE XEVCR FORGET
according to science, are the things as associated
sociated associated with our early life, such as
Eucklen's Ami 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.
Great Value of Cocoanut.
The cocoanut is net only valuable
as a source of food and drink in trop tropical
ical tropical countries, but is also tbe best of
ill trees for shade.
T. L. Parks. MurrarvlTle, Ga., Route
1, 13 in his 73rd year, and was recent recently
ly recently cured of a bad kidney and bladder
trouble. He says himself: "I have suf suffered
fered suffered with my kidneys. My back ach ached
ed ached and I was annoyed with bladder Ir Irregularities.
regularities. Irregularities. I can truthfully say, one
50c bottle of Foley Kidney Pills cured
me entirely." They cotnain no habit
forming drugs. For sale by the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
In the Same Order.
A silversmith has a place next
floor to a restaurant The foftner
having put up a placard: "Jewelry of
all kinds plated, the restaurant keep keeper
er keeper followed with this: "Oysters and
little neck clams p!ated. Boston
If you knew of the real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back,
soreness of the muscles, sprains and
rheumatic pains, you would never wish
to be without It. For sale by dealers. y
Always have ready at home
a bottle of the best beer
( Brewery Dottled
The Quality brew that people of good taste
choose for its delicious mellow flavor, its
life and its purity. Order by name.
At most bars and cafes.
Phone or postal calls a case to you.
25 S. Magnolia SI., Phone 293, Ocala. Fla
The Motorcycle with
This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. The
Indian's "flexibility" of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch
This device enable the Innn tiAr n t-.d.f. t,:.
peed from 4 to 60 miles an hour by merely moving
the clutch lever the right degree. By this action the
dutch can be ".lipped and the machine driven at
the speed best suited to the moment.
In other words, the Variahb Snl Pn. r:
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
cnarge on an iviz Model Indians.
Ask for a free demonstration.
O. IF. CONDON
Distributor lor Marion County 0CAIA. FLORIDA
Ocala Noirtlluie Eallroaidl
Effective September 15th, 1912
No 12 leaves Ocala 7:30 a.m.
No 14 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 15 arrives Ocala 11:25 a m.
No 17 arrives Ocala 6:10 p.m.
S. P. HOLLINRAKE, G. P. A.
LOW ROUND TMP RATES
HTLHNTIG DO0ST LIP
$39 05 New York and Philadelphia, Bold daily, limit Oct. 31
$35.05 Baltimore and Washington, Fold daily, limit Oct. 31
$47 55 Chicago, Illinois, - Fold daily, limit Oct. 31
$62.65 Denver, Colorado, - told daily, limit Oct. 31
$93.55 California points. - Fold daily, limit Oct. 31
Excursion Rates to Various Points Furnished on Application
STOP OYERS ALLOWED
FAST TRAINS STEEL PULMANS DINING' GARS
For Reservation or Information, Call on Nearest A. C. L
Ticket Agent or
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
"Count the Indians
On the Road!
4 HJ. SiaxU CyliMbr . 2S9
7 HJ. Twi. CyliaJcr 2S3
a Thousand Speeds!"
Corner Bay and Hogan Sis.
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone In Each Boom. FreeK Baths.
COOLEST ItOOMS BEST I1EDS
liMir.E SAMPLE BOOMS
Take Street Car at Union Station anl
Get off at Hogan Street
No 20 leaves Ocala 8:00 a.m.'
No 22 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 21 arrives Ocala 11:00 a.m.
No 23 arrives Ocala 5:45 p.m.