The Ocala evening star

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
System ID:
UF00075908:04593

Related Items

Related Items:
Ocala weekly star

Full Text
E V ENING
TAR
For All of the IICZ23
THE FURKITUIIS HEX
K
AT RIGHT PRICES
Thcus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
0CA1A, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1912.
NO. 96.

GALA

xxxx::x-xx''

I FIRST CLASS
- CAFE
I am conducting: a strictly
first class Cafe for the ac accommodation
commodation accommodation of the business
man. the traveling1 man, the
I
ladies and children. The ser-
vice Is first class and the ta
ble Is set with the best that
can be had. Short orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention. Lunch
counter In rear of dining
room.
WILL LEE
I
y. Carmichael Building, Mag-
x nona siren,
Z Phone 39
Orala, Fla.
J. E. CHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms O, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCA LA FI3RIDA
TERMS, CASH.
L, F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA, FLA.
Office Hours, H to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5
p. m. Tlione 211
TERMS, CASH
C J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans and Specifications Furnished
lrMn Request
129 SOUTH THIRD STREET
OCA LA - - FLORIDA
W. G. BLANCH ARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
TLAXS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. ROX 40 OCALA. FLA.
J. M. WELCH
Contractor and Builder
ILAS AMI SPECIFICATION'S FUIl-
Msiu: urov hi:qi;kst
.AM. KINDS OF IlKIVMHINCi DO NR.
HISTKHI.V IIOTF.I OCA1.A FI.OIIIDA
WE CAN SUrrLY YOU WITH
PURE ICE
For All Purposes Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
1). E. MrlVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done hy Licensed Em Em-halnirrs
halnirrs Em-halnirrs and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts i .305
Undertaking )fflce 47
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans. Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Land3 sur
veyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings or any
rh.iracter bv contract or on a com
mission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Rlock
OCALA - FLORIDA
fOIEYS KONEY HUH
torn Bacchc moncvat- vuoov

Mr. Herbert S. Jae Pfwil What
He Believe be tbe Principle
of HI- Partr
Ocala. Fla.. Sept. 20. 1912.
Editor Star: We note with pleasure
that the Rood old democratic party,
democratic In name only, intends to
put out a lot of high class speakers
next month to try to stem the tide of
socialism and to try to fool the voters
for a while longer. Ten years ago
some people did not know the differ difference
ence difference between a socialist and an anar anarchist
chist anarchist and the politicians, press and
pulpit have done their best to keep
up the deception.
Working men and women are becom becoming
ing becoming class conscious; that is, they
realize that there are but two classes
in this country, the working class,
composed of the many, and the cap capitalist
italist capitalist class composed of the few and
when a majority of the working peo people
ple people vote for their party, which is the
socialist party, they will get what
they are entitled o and not before.
They are learning to know that the
means of production, distribution and
exchange should be owned by all the
people for the benefit of all who labor
and not for the idle few.
They say that the capitalist system
is a "skin" game and the capitalist
favors It because it benefits him. They
see that cooperation Is better than
competition; that to work with your
fellow man Is better than working
against your fellow man. They see
this government, spending 1200.000,000
annually on the army and navy, but
refuse to spend a cent to keep men.
women and children from starving.
That this vast sum would build 200,000
homes at $1,000 each, and should be
used to house, feed and clothe the
needy.
Socialism Is simply this: "That
things publicly used shall be publicly
owned and things privately used be
privately owned."
We now own publicly our streets,
schools, Jails, postofflce, army and
navy and some other things that there
Is no profit in and manage to run
them even though there Is no profit.
Then why can we not own those that
there Is an immense profit In, such as
the oil wells, mines, factories, rail railroads,
roads, railroads, etc., and use the immense
profits for the benefit of all the people?
Why? Simply because the capitalists
through the politicians and press have
taught and hammered It Into th peo people
ple people that It could not be done. They
are very willing to let the people own
and manage everything that there Is
no profit In but they can take care of
everything that there Is profit In.
Now, for Instance, I want to give a
little example that a seven-year-old
child could solve: The railroads of this
country netted in 1911 $930,000,000.
This would be 10 for each person in
the United States. If the government
owned the railroads and charged the
same rate for freight and passenger
service as at present, we the city of
Ocala would have received $60,000 as
our part of the profits, which Is nearly
three t'mes the amount that is paid
Into the city treasury for taxes.
Do you wonder that capitalists are
fighting socialism and resorting to
every means to defeat It? Would It
not be better for the city of Ocala If
the government owned the railroads
to receive 160.000 per year than that
a few capitalists own them and Ocala
get nothing but mighty poor service.
But your democratic speakers will be
here next month and give you the
same old "josh" as usual and a lot of
Intelligent people will swallow it.
Socialists say, "let the nation own
the trusts."
Our slogan: "Workers of the world
unite; you have nothing to lose but
your chains; you have everything to
gain."
There Is nothing that can stop so
cialism from coming, therefore you
may as well get upon the Tight side
now and show that the workers as
well as their masters have some In Intelligence.
telligence. Intelligence. Yours truly.
II. C. Jones.
MANY DRIVEN FROM HOME
Every year, In many parts of the
country, thousands are driven from
their homes by coughs and lung dis
eases. Friends and business are left
behind for other climates, but this is
costly and not always sure. A better
way the way of multitudes Is to use
Dr. King's New Discovery and cure
yourself at home. Stay right there,
with your friends, and take this safe
medicine. Throat and lung troubles
find quick relief and health returns. Its
help in coughs, colds, grip, croup,
whooping-cough and sore lungs made
it a positive blessing. 50c. and $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty-
dings & Company.
ORANGE 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 Edwin M.
Brooks, trustee, 313 Tremont building,
Boston, Mass.
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. H. W.
Ilendrlckson, Ohio Falls. Ind., writes:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ts the
best for coughs, colds and croup, and
Is my best seller." For sale by all
dealers.
THE DEAR IjITTIjE THING
Crib of Hoonrvrlt'a Mother AVbea She
Wmm a naby Will be Exhibited
to the Coloael
Atlanta. Sept. 21. The little crib
whJch held the mother of Col. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt when she was a bp by will be shown
the progressive presidential candidate
when he visits this city the last of the
present month.
The quaint bed, with a high railing
of slender spindles and four knobbed
Dosts. was found In Roswell, near
here, where the colonel's mother wa9

born. On the bottom side of the crib,
outlined with a nail point in fine let letters
ters letters are the words:
"Made by Denney flentery for James
Bulloch. March 15. 1835."
C. W. McClure of Atlanta, progres progressive
sive progressive national committeeman from
Georgia, recently obtained the bed. He
has an affidavit from "Mammy Grace,"
who was Mrs. Roosevelt's negro nurse,
that the bed is the one that was used
by Col. Roosevelt's mother as a baby.
The colonel s mother's maiden name
was Mittie Bulloch.

HI

For Pretildeat
WOODROW WILSON
For Vice Prealdeat
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
Presidential Eleetora
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
II. C. SPARKMAN
CoacreMiiuin, State-at-Large
CLAUDE L'EN'GLE
CoBgrrmmin, First Dlntrlrt
S. M. SPARKMAN
Goveraor
PARK TRAMMELL
Seeretary of State
II. C. CRAWFORD
Attoraey-Geaeral
THOS. F. WEST
CommlMloicr of Agriculture
W. A. McRAE
TreaRurer
J. C. LUNING
Comptroller
W. V. KNOTT
Saperlntendeat of Public Instruction
W. N. SHEATS
State ChemUt
R. E. ROSE
Adjutant General
J. C. R. FOSTER
Railroad Commlanloner
R. C. DUNN
For Member of the Legislature
L. S. LIGHT
EDWIN SPENCER. JR.
For County Judge
W. E. SMITH
For Sheriff
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
For Clerk of the Circuit Court
PERRY II. NUGENT
For Tax Amwuior
ALFRED AYER
For Tax Collector
W. L. COLBERT
For Superintendent oC School
J. II. BRINSON
For Treasurer
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For CommlMMloner, Dlntrlrt 1
C. CARMICHAEL
For ComnlMloMr, Dlntrlrt 2
D. G. W ATKINS
For Commlmiloaer, Dlntrlrt 3
NATHAN MAYO
For CommlMloBcr, Dlntrlrt 4
W. T. HENDERSON
For Com ml nn toner, Dlntrlrt 5
WALTER LUFFMAN
For School Commtanloner, Dlntrlrt 1
W. D. CARN
For School Com ml! oner, Dlntrlrt 2
J. S. GRANTHAM
For School Commlnnloner, Dlntrlrt 3
B. R. BLITCH
For County Surveyor
W. A. MOORHEAD
YOU MUST CONFESS
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
falls to cure. Write for local testimo testimonials.
nials. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2928 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.
Few, if any, medicines, have met
with the uniform success that has at attended
tended attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoea
which it has effected in almost every
neighborhood have given It a wide rep
utation. For sale by all dealers.
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.
The Implicit confidence that many
people have in Chan.berlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is
founded on their experience in the use
of that remedy and their knowledge of
the many remarkable cures of colic.
diarrhoea and dysentery that It has ef
fected. For sale by all dealers.
SANITARY MILK
The Ocala Heights Dairy can furnish
pure milk and cream. Call phone 421,
or stop the wagon.
UNCLE EZRA SAYS
"It don't take raore'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 the same. If ailing,
take Dr. King's New Life Pills for
quick results. Easy, safe, sure, and
only 25 cents at Tydings & Company.

no ii is id

And He Maul Answer to the Court
the Charge of Breaking the
Fruit Law
Miami. Sept. 21. A. L. Hearne. the
Goulds citrus fruit shipper whose 300
boxes of grapefruit were held up here
Tuesday by State Chemist R. E. Rose
on the ground that Hearne was about
to violate the state law by shipping
immature and unripe fruit, applied to
the circuit court for a temporary In Injunction
junction Injunction restraining the officers from
holding back the fruit from shipment.
The result of the preliminary hearing
of Hearne's case was that he was held
for trial at the next term of criminal
court. October 15 being the date set
for the trial.
That the state Is very earnest re regarding
garding regarding -the suppression of shipments
of green and immature fruit is seen
by a wire arriving yesterday directing
that no stone be left unturned in the
prosecution of offenders, that all the
money and legal talent necessary will
be available for such purpose.
"I regret being compelled to resort
to such rigid measures," said Captain
Rose, "but the enforcing of the law
leaves me no alternative, and the time
has come when growers will have to
be protected by the state If they can cannot
not cannot be educated up to the point of
protecting themselves. This law was
inevitable and it Is a pity it had not
been enacted years before, as Florida
has lost millions of dollars in conse consequence
quence consequence of fruit sent north not fit for
human consumption.
California has a similar law. it has
been In force for years and is even
more rigid than our own. Out there
they have a commercial standard of 1
to 8, but when we came to frame our
law there was such a hue and cry
raised of. the hardship It would work
on the grower that we made our
standard 1 to 7. Furthermore, in Cal California
ifornia California if a shipment does not come up
to the standard the buyer does not
have to pay for it and the shipper has
no recourse.
"There is no objection to shipping
citrus fruit at any time providing it is
fit for food and will pass the, test. I
have analyzed countless boxes of or oranges
anges oranges that were ripe In August and
could be shipped with Impunity, and
strange as It may appear the grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit of Volusia, Lake, Manatee and
Hillsborough counties comes in before
that of Dade county. The commission
in determining the date before which
fruit could not be shipped was accus accused
ed accused by some in discriminating In favor
f the northern counties but that
date had to be made October 1 as a
protection to the grower in this sec section
tion section of the state.
"I feel absolutely and I do not think
if you scoured the country you could
find fifty boxes of October bloom. Take
the 300 boxes now under seisure. I
feel absolutely: certain that if you
were to pick over every box In. the lot
you would not find enough October
fruit to pack five boxes. This is the
first case of the kind we have had this
season and I trust it will be given
such widespread publicity It will have
a deterrent effect on others who may
be tempted to ship Immature fruit."
HOW'S TTIIS
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
abl-s to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Waldlng, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ts taken Inter Internally,
nally, Internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the- system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
HORSE FOR SALE
Cheap for cash, a seven year old
horse. Address Box 15, Anthony, Fla.
IMPORTANCE OF-
HEALTHY KIDNEYS
Ocala Reader Should Learn to Keep
the Kidneys Well
The kidneys have a 'big work to do.
All the blood in the body Is coursing
through the kidneys constantly to be
freed of poisonous matter. It is a
heavy enough task when the kidneys
are well, but a cold, chill, fever or
some thoughtless exposure Is likely to
irritate. Inflame and congest the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and Interrupt the purifying
work.
Then the aching begins, and Is us
ually accompanied by some irregular
ity of the urine too frequent pas
sages, sediment or retention. Thou
sands testify to the worderful merit
of Doan's Kidney Pills, a remedy for
the kidneys only, that has been used
in kidney troubles 50 years. You will
make no mistake in following this
Ocala citizen's advice.
P. II. Gillen. 1 S. Fifth St., Ocala.
Fla., says: "I strongly recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills for my experience
with them has convinced me that they
act as represented. I have taken this
remedy on different occasions for a
lame and aching back and other
symptoms of kidney complaint and
have always found relief. You are
welcome to publish my statement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota. Sept. 20 The rains have
ceased and the past few days have
been beautiful and fair and. the far farmers
mers farmers are busy gathering corn and
saving hay and peanuts.
Messrs. Retis and Cedric Smith were
callers in Williston Saturday evening,
Mr. Cecil Hazel and Miss Theora
Smith visited relatives at Williston
and Montbrook last Friday and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyson and child children
ren children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
Marion May of Micanopy Sunday.
. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith spent Sun
day in Williston. the guests of Mr.
Tom Hodson.
Mr. Cedric Smith and Mrs. M. R.

Beck were visiting Mrs. W. D. Mathews
of Flemington Sunday and attended
preaching at the Baptist church at
that place in the afternoon.
The Central school opened Monday
with eighteen pupils enrolled. Miss
Laura Kemp, an efficient teacher of
Juliette, has charge of the school this
term.
Mesdames Joe Mathews and Roscoe
Mathews and Miss Annie May Nettles
of Flemington were guests of Mrs. V.
P. Smith today.

1 101

Eipm from Pennaeola Arrived
Flomatoa Wednesday Morning
70,000 Shy
Pensacola, Sept. 20 Following close closely
ly closely a series of robberies by highway highwaymen
men highwaymen on railroads in the south, the
westbound Louisville and Nashville
train was robbed Wednesday between
Pensacola and Flomaton, Ala. It Is
reported that 170,000 was stolen from
express packages sent from Pensacola
banks to Flomaton for the payment of
employees of the Louisville and Nash Nashville
ville Nashville Railroad in that district.
While the express and railroad offi officials
cials officials refuse to vouchsafe information
to the public, as to the amount of
money stolen, it is not denied that the
robbery occurred and Tinkerton detec detectives
tives detectives and special agents of the rail railroad
road railroad and express companies were
rushed to Flomaton and Pensacola. Of Officials
ficials Officials of the Southern Express Com Company
pany Company are also on the scene.
According to the report current here
the passenger train which left Pensa Pensacola
cola Pensacola at 7 o'clock Wednesday morning
carried in the express car $75,000 in
currency from a local bank for Louis Louisville
ville Louisville and Nashville officials at Floma Flomaton.
ton. Flomaton. The sealed packages containing
this sum' are said to have been proper properly
ly properly receipted for by express messeng messengers
ers messengers and agents, but when delivery
was made to the railroad authorities
at Flomaton it was said that only $5, $5,-000
000 $5,-000 of the shipment remained in the
packages. The $70,000 is said to have
been carefully extracted from the
packages and slips of paper cut from
magazines substituted.
The shipment is said to have con
sisted principally of bills of small de
nomination, being for pay roll pur
poses of the railroad.
ivtiri nv mini
Democratic Candidate AVIInon Speaking
In Prenident Tafl'n Home State
Columbus. Ohio. Sent. 21. Governor
Woodrow Wilson arrived here last
night for his invasion of President
Taft's state in the interest of the
democratic national ticket.
Mr. Wilson will remain here today.
opening the democratic campaign in
Ohio with five speeches. He will be
assisted by Congressman Cox, who is
the democratic candidate for governor,
and United States Senator Thomas F.
Gore of Oklahoma.
Gov. Harmon and Lieut. Gov. Nichols
were the first to call on Wilson. Har
mon greeted Wilson, congratulating
him on his nomination, this being the
first time they had met since the Bal
timore convention.
WHAT WE NEVER FORGET
according to science, are the things as
sociated with our early life, such as
Bucklen's Aral 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.
ITALIANS ORDER AI TOS
Another Hundred Motor Track Added
to the Equipment of Their Army
The Italian war department has just
ordered another hundred motor trucks.
It is uncertain whether or not these
trucks are intended for use in Tripoli.
They will be equipped with Michelin
twin tires.
Earlier in the year the Italian gov
ernment sent to Tripoli a large "fleet"
of Michelin equipped motor vehicles
which were used most successfully for
the transportation of provisions and
ammunition. The last of the newly
ordered trucks is to be delivered by
October 15th.
Antolne Delorla. Tostmaster at Gar
den, 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 or my
neighbors were cured by Foley Kidney
Pills." For sale by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe. A. C. I depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour.
Millions in the air. ThlnK of It. Ev-
erty time you' open your mouth. In
goes a whole menagerie of microbes.
germs and bacter'a. When the liver.
stomach and bowels are active, tnese
germs are harmless. If they are torpid
It Is just the condition needed to set
up disease; which at this season Is
generally of a malarial nature. The
moral is use HERBINE to keep the
liver, stomach and bowels in a state of
health and activity. It cures Indiges
tion and constipation. Price 50c. Sold
by all druggists.
SCHOOL ROOKS AT MARTIN'S
The Ocala News Co.. G. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.
T. L. Park3, Murrayvine, Ga., Route
l. is in his 73rd year, and was recent
ly cured of a bad kidney and bladder
trouble. He says hlmseir: "I have sur sur-fered
fered sur-fered 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
Monopoly Drugstore.
FOR RENT Nine room house, three
blocks from postofflce. Moderate rent
to permanent tenants. Apply hy pos
tal to T. C. Thomsen, city.

MAT

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

ArriveaT
OCALA,
::-:x-::-:k:
f ...SCHOOL
i AT
y
y
y
V,
y
y
y
OCALA,
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Clinic Diseases

HEVH

THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE

Ocala,
PHONES:
Office, 333.
Dr. McClar.e's Residence, 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52.

N'otet Calla made by upeclal appointment. Special Genlt Urinary Clinic
after 7 p. m. each day.

:v;:ix-:-:-x-:-xx-k-:h:

FISK AND FIRESTONE TIRES
i QUALITY AND SERVICE
I HAYCKAFT & PAVfflES
& Phone 438
X Bring Your Tires and Tubes lo be Vulcanized

A. T. Thomas, Pres.

The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
DKALKRS IN
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
MANUFACTURERS OF

V
y
y
v

y Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
V !l J a a

siock or special nesigns.
X
y
y
y
y

Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all dp dp-scriptions.
scriptions. dp-scriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.

f
y
i
OFFICE AND YARDS

Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA

ANNOUNCEMENT
i
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WM(ulir BHI(D)QBfl
Jacksonville, Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON THEj
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Hooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. YVUSON, Proprietor and Manaccr

PASTEUR

FLORIDA
BOOKS...
THE
FLORIDA
E. L. STEWART. M. D.
Specialist in Diseases of Eye. Ear.
Nose, Throat and Lunfs
Florida
OFFICE:
Buite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Corner of Public Tquare
xxx xo xx-xX'
J. Thompson, Manager J
.oniraciors m uemeni
NORTH MAIN STREET

WW9vW

2

-vr



OCALA WEEKLY STAH, SATLfKAV. SKPlfcttBER 21, 1012

OOALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, H ashless Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
THE LBE
THE GLOBE
THE LBE
THE LH)E
THE LEI

Entered In the poatofflce at Ocala,
Fla,, as second class mail matter.

OUR SOCIALIST FRIHXDS
An TIIKIR $1,000 OFFER

In yesterday's Star, at the request
of one of our socialist friends, we
printed the following:
W. F. Re!., of Toledo, Ohio, offers

$1,000 in cash to any one answering
the following five questions without

In K a .AAtA1t.4

i mjidiiii answer:

1. Why are the great bulk of the

people In poverty?

2. Why do those who do the least

waric nave me mrnr. an.i hn vhn r

the most work have the least?

3. Why Is it that HZ per 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

crease three times faster than our

population?

5. Why is it that every few year3 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: Unless you win that

prize of S1.000 we are going to vote

for a collective ownership of trusts,

which feans socialist control, through

ownershipUL"" t!!'1 1 UUf P! liilienl by the
people, by means of universal suffrage.

the initiative, referendum and recall?
We have no doubt that we can an answer
swer answer the questions but we are blanked
doubtful about receiving the thousand
dollars.
1. The great bulk of the people of
the. United States are not in poverty,
if by poverty Is meant lacking the
means to obtain the necessities of life.
Comparatively few ara in want, and
the majority are able to have at least
a, few luxuries.
2. As a rule, those who do the
most work have the most. There are
quite a large number of people who
are compelled to work to the limit for
a bare living, but they are few in
comparison to those who are passably

not equal in number those who could
have more if they would work more.
3. If by owning homes Is meant
title deeds to houses and lands, the
vast majority do not own their homes.
Comparatively few people are home homeless,
less, homeless, and a great many of those who
live In rented houses and room do so
from choice. The country abounds in
opportunities for people to own their
homes, and where one person is pre prevented
vented prevented from doing so by misfortune
or necessity, there are at least two
who rent out of preference, or because
they would rather spend money for
other things than buying land and
building houses.
4. We do not believe that poverty
and prostitution increase three times
faster than the population. Up to a

short time ago. we had no statistics.

or very careless ones, on these sub

jects. It Is hard for any man who has

had as much opportunity to observe
conditions as the writer has to believe

theTJPOW! the United States are

poorer thanN they were forty years
ago. They are certainly spending a

great deal more, and how can they

spend it unless they have it. As for

the evil of prostitution, it increases
with civilization and luxury faster

than it does with genuine poverty,
Among the savages, where every fam

ily's possessions can bo carried on the

backs of Its members, It is unknown.
Necessity drives many women into it.

but It Is more the necessity of keeping
up with the procession in the matter of

fine clothes than It Is the necessity for

bread.

5. We have panics because we have

no better sense than to be frightened

Increase in farm mortgages Is not so

much a sign of poverty as it is of en

terprise. Farmers, as a general
thing, mortgage their farms in order
to buy more land or improve what

they have. Everybody who makes any

advance in these days does so by going

In debt. A man who wants to make an

Improvement that will pay him 40 or

50 per. cent, would be foolish to try
to save the money day by day when he
can borrow it at 8 per cent or less.
The reason why American farmers
live in good houses with pianos for
their daughters and top-buggies or
autos for their sons. Is because they
have borrowed money. The reason
why European farmers live in the
same houses with the cows, and walk
Into town on market days is because
they haven't borrowed.
Now, the editor of the Star is a so socialist
cialist socialist himself In a way. He thinks it
will be a mighty good thing for us all
to be on the outlook to help each
other, instead of trying to get the
best ot each other, to abolish poverty
by altruism and crime by not com committing
mitting committing It; but he has no reason to
believe this generation or the next one
or the next one will pull off any such
stunt. It can't be pulled off until we
all work at It cheerfully together.
We do not agree with what Brother
Ley said, or what our socialist friend
Sullivan says Brother Ley said, that
poverty is part of the divine plan, or
that It will always be with us. We
may be a heretic or some other kind
of a tick, but we do not believe divin divinity
ity divinity ever planned sorrow and pain In
any form. We believe that poverty
will be abolished the same as can cannibalism
nibalism cannibalism has been abolished, when we
have the. wisdom to do so. But we will
have to increase in wisdom before
that time comes.
On the first page today, we print an
article from our socialist friend H. C.
Jones. He says some things that are
sensible, but he misrepresents others
and promises too mueh.
It-is very true that the aims of so socialism
cialism socialism are not a little misunderstood,
but socialists are the same kind of
people the rest of us are, and if they
are able to take the Telns of govern government,
ment, government, they will handle them Just the
same as the rest of us do. and the
very nature of their promises Insures
that they will have to wield the whip
with more vlffor tnan any party
hitherto has Who can tell where
capitalism tTeglns In this country and
where It leaves off. Every man who
works for himself Is a capitalist.
Brother Jones is a capitalist himself.
Are we to array our people Into two
classes the capitalists and the wage
earners, and if we do. which will win,
and will not the bitterness be sure to
Tesult In harm more than any benefit
that can accrue?
We believe In public ownership of
public utilities as an ultimate thing,
but we are shy on rushing It. Our
poatofflce department Is an instance
in point It works at at loss. It Is
tyrannical and capricious; It assumes

ii

Special for
Monday, Sept 23

Commencing at 9 a. m.
and Continuing all Day
We will Sell 12 pounds
of High Grade Sugar for
50 cents.

THE SUMMER END AND

Fsil (Dpeimnimcgj

DURING the past week ot heavy out going, we will omit that we have ad added
ded added a number ol Other Wonderful Bargains which will await those
that have not yet paid this Sale a Visit
Hundreds have left it well Satisfied, and its up to Those Whom have
not, to take.

John B. Stetson
Hats
Null said during
this sale $2.98c.

ScrivenElasticSeam
Regular 75c for 50c

Men's Gauze Elastic
Undershirts Regular
25c Values for 10c.

Men's Pure Silk
Hose, in all Colors
Regular 50, 75, SI
Values for 25c

Millinery Department

Ladies' S3 to S5.00
Trimmed Hats to go
for 98c.

Extra Specials

Homespun 36 inch inches
es inches wide, 25 yds. for
$1.00.

Fruit of the Loom,
world famed Bleach Bleaching
ing Bleaching to go per yard
7 l-2c.

Man! is Judged by
the Kind of Clothes
he Wears.

We have the world
famed Hart Schaff Schaff-ner
ner Schaff-ner and Marks.
During this SaleS15
a Suit.
Bering This
Sale for

Headquarters
for Marion
County School
Books.

Wc also Carry a Com-
plele and Foil line of
School Supplies.

iitii

lrH

Flouncing
27 inches wide per
yard 18 l-2c.

45 inches wide per
yard 45c.

Amoskeag Gingham
to go during this Sale
per yard 6 l-4c.
Shoes! Shoes!!
for Men

Stacy Adams, Han Han-an
an Han-an and Regal, from
$4 to S6.50 values
to go for $3.00.

Sheets
72 x 90 while they
last for 25c.

81 x 90 for 33c.

Royal Blue Sheets

72 x 90 for 49c.
81 x 90 for 69c.
Towels

Towels Regular 10c
and 12 l-2c kind for
69c per dozen.

Look for the Large
Red Canvas Signs.

I :-: THE

(SL(Q)IBIE

Be Sure You are in

the Right Place.

UNDER SELLING STORE QE QCAIL,A

u

HI

the risht to spy Into private affairs and

censure the morals of the people. We
don't want to see the railroads and

telegraph wires in public hands until
we are sure our trains won't be stop

ped or telegrams held up at the order

of the party in power.

Says Mr. Jones:
"We now own publicly our street?.

schools, jails, postoffice, army and

navy and some other things that there

is no profit in and mana.ee to run

them even though there is no profit.

Then why can we not own those that
there is an Immense profit in, such as
the oil wells, mines, factories, rail railroads,
roads, railroads, etc., and use the immense
profits for the benefit of all the peo

ple?"

Where, Mr. Jones. If we apply this

policy consistently shall we leave off

or can we leave off anywhere this side
of a human being's clothes, eyeglasses
and false teeth. Every business is

run for profit, and every man tries to

make his profit immense. Nathan

Goldman's store serves the public as

much in proportion as does the Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil Company. J. C. Geiger's auto
is a public utility In kind, if not in de

gree, as much as the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad. Every little peanut-

stand, every boarding house, every 5 5-cent
cent 5-cent picture show, everything that
takes money in return for goods or
service, is a public utility, and under

socialism should be regulated by rule
and statute instead of being left to the
commonsense of their patrons.

Are the trusts carried on by a race

of people apart the only sort that
practice extortion, and are we sure

that socialists would utterly and en

tirely act differently if they were in
power. Would all things be perfect
under their rule. If they filled all the

offices and managed all the utilities.

would they be always courteous, hon

est and enterprising? Would they

never graft or loaf on the job?

"The hands are the hands of Esau

but the voice is the voice of Jacob."

The hands that socialism holds out to

the voter are the toil-worn hands of
labor, but the voice is the voice of the

politician promising anything and ev

erything in order to obtain place and
power.

search is most amusin? to some f
those who have looked into the book.
Probably one per cent of school child children
ren children become instructors or teachers and
the other ninety-nine waste the time
that Is given drudgery over matters
that will never enter into their future
life and this to the neglect of the
serious fundamental studies that have
to be learned sometime by all. and the
earlier the better. Tims-I'nion.

XV K HOrH SO, TOO

im:cfshv ITII ITTIOV

"The reason why there are so many
innecessary studies in the public
chools is that the teachers uncon uncon-ciously
ciously uncon-ciously believe that they are educat

ing all children to be teachers instead

f to follow other callings," says the

Ocala Star. This is very true and also

very unfortunate. The public schools

f Horida undertake to cram into the
leads of young children a lot of thin-s
ltogether unnecessary and inadvisa

ble, with the result that the few es-

ential things are neglected. The
ook of "sanitation." for instance, is
bout as much use to an average chill
,s a torpedo boat would be. The idea
f requiring a 10-year-old girl or boy

memorize the process of making

ntitoxin. the child urobably not

knowing the meaning of the word.

hen passing on to delve into the tech-

Ical details of bacteriological re-

to

n

Editor Star: On my return to the
city this morning, after an absence of
ten days, I find your letter of the 16th.
enclosing check for $10 as additional
contributions to the Wilson campaign
fund. I wish to thank you and, thru
you, all those who contributed to this
fund, and I assure you it will be ap appreciated
preciated appreciated at headquarters.
Hoping that you will be able to send
in a good contribution by Oct. 1st, as
suggested by you, I am
Yours truly,
John T. G. Crawford,
National Committeeman.
Jacksonville, September 20, l ri 2.

AT TITE OIURCIIES TOMORROW

POINTS IX FAVOH OF W I I.SOX

Me is not a lawyer.
He has no war record.
He is not connected with any uplift
ma gazine.
lie does not care for hunting bear
or other wild creatures.
He has never been a judge and do s
not boast of a judicial temperatment.
He has done something rle in his
life besides hold political office.
He does not come into prominence
on account of either the death or the
favor of his predecessor. Life.

AVAHICIors AMEIIH'AXS

Want Law Vlolnled and (iovrnnirnt
Itohltetl for their Henefit
Washington. Sept. The Hit field
Steel Company, of Hatfield. EnIanl.
has underbid its nearest competitor
about 200."'00 on a $ !.f n". cntr.'t

for 14-inch shell for the Arrvr

navy, and American
called upon Secretary
whether he intends to

an

concerns hive
Meyer to say
vi'ilate un

written policy
of awarding
companies.

ie navy

or.: ra.

dej,art m-Arner:--

n:

oi.i mii oi,i.f..i:

Lake City. Sept. -1 Colnmbii Col Col-leze
leze Col-leze will o;.n next Wednesday with
prospects p!ein : a any -..!k-g:-ha-
ever had and a It it.vjj :. reser reservation
vation reservation of rooms i-r.'t nearly T.lte
:t i pliir. that the in-ti'j-'- n : -c"-e
1 any 'former revr

To prevent r ne unonfa. a coM settled
in the lungs should be attended to at
once. Put a IIKRRICK'S RED PEPPER
rOROI'S PLASTER on the chest and
take BALLARD'S HOREHOUND
SYIU'P internally. It's a winning
combination. Buy the dollar size Hore Hore-hound
hound Hore-hound Syrup; you gt a porou5 plaster
free with a.h bottle. Soli by all

druggists. i till

Methodist
Rev. J. R Ley, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:20 a m.
11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, "Voices from the Hills." This ser sermon
mon sermon should prove of more than usual
interest just now to Ocala's business
and civic life.
4 p. m. Senior Epworth League.
At night there will be the regular
union services. Sermon by Dr. Dodge
of the Presbyterian church.
Kpirorth l,engne
The League meets tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Methodist
church. All are cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Presbyterian

(Pastor, Rev. W. II. Dodge. D. D.)
it:4T a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
No evening service. Union service
in Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock.
A cordial invitation extended to the
public to attend the services in this
church.
Baptist
Ilunyan Stephens, Pastor
y:30 a. m. Sunday school.
Preparing for rally day.
11 a. m. Preaching service. Topic.
"Giving."
.".::'.0 p. m. Junior R. Y. P. U.
7 p. m P.. V. P. U.
Subject. Jacob.
Leader, Miss Lillian Marsh.
Everybody invited.
Christian
(W. II. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
"The Church Heavens Vestibule.' i
3 p. m. Junior C. E.

.::: p. m. The congregation will
join the other churches in "the union
met-ting at the Methodist church.
Everybo y welcome.

Junior r. K. l'rnemm
Topic. Zacheus, the Little Man."
Text Luke 1 :: 1 -3 0.
Led by Car dine Rorden.
Song.
Pray-r.
Ribltr le.-.-.r. read alternately.
Sf-ry 'f Za--heus Rennie Rordon.
Chalk talk Hugh Chace.
Les-.-n tory Virginia Beckham.
Rihlf ver-ts containing the word
little."
M:".n stu !y Robert Cow lrick and
Rob Chae.
R il caii.
M:z;ah.

invixE items

Irvine. Sept. 20. Rev. A. L. Prisoc
was on our streets Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Rlitch of Malsie
were pleasant visitors Sunday and
Monday.
Mrs. M. O. Lewis of St. Augustine is
topping at the McAllister Inn for a
few days.
Mrs. Mattie Wilson of Williston is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. Sherouse for a few days.
Mr. Henry Sherouse is spending a
few days at Island Grove.
Mr. Jud McAllister of Citra was on
our streets Tuesday.
Messrs. Jim and Lee Wilson of Wil Williston
liston Williston were here Tuesday.
Mrs. J. a. Mclver and mother. Mrs.
Jane Fant of Ocala. who have been
spending the summer with Mrs. J. L
Davis, will return to their home Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Miss Mamie Fant, who has attended
the Ocala High School for the last
five years, will resume her studies
with that institution again this win winter.
ter. winter. Our roads are still bad and we are
still in debt and getting deeper every
day. and we have to do something to
get out of this muddle The law does
not allow us to levy enough taxes to
relieve the burden and build good

roads. Now let our lawmakers revise
the constitution so we can levy a 40
or -".O-mill tax or whatever Is neces necessary
sary necessary to do the work, and let's get busy
and do something; too much talk and
no work. I favor bond-s or high levy,
but lets do something and quit talking.

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your

PLUiVl

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee lo Save Yon Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
An emptor none bat expert we are la ponlUoa to raaraatee ev-
err pleee of work we construct to aland the laapeetlon of the Moat
rldd InmpertnrN. It rot nothing to ret onr figure, and yon are the
Inner, whether we "retire the con I r act or not. til re ua trial.
M. W. TUCKER

FOIIT KIXG It LOCK

OCALA, FLORID

COXCORDI I.OI1GF F. I. OF A.

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

LOYAL ORDF.lt OF MOO.G
The Ocala Lodge. No. 699. Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to atteni our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
C L 5 !a, p, Secretary.

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

If you kr.ew of th? real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back,
serene?? of the muscles, sprains and
rheumatic pains, you would never wish
to be without it. For sale by dealers.

F'U HKNT Nine room houe, three
blocks fr..rn p.istufSce. Moderate rent
to permanent tenants. Apply by pos postal
tal postal to T. C. Thomsea, city.

T. L. Parks. MurrayvlTIe. Ga., Route
1, is :n 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 baclt ach ached
ed ached and I was ar.noyed with bladder Ir Irregularities.
regularities. Irregularities. I can truthfully say. one

50c Lottie 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 Automobile
Emergencies
TIIH MOST IMPARTIAL Jt'Dfill
Must admit that there it nothing nothing-larking
larking nothing-larking in either the quality or quan quantity
tity quantity of our auto supplies. Here you
can obtain everything from a nmall
wrench to a set of new tires and at a
price that reduces the upkeep of your
machine by many per cent. Make up
prove IL

Florida Auito Sales Co.

North of Government Building

Ocala. Fla.

SEEDS, XEW CROP
Garden, Sell and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Ym. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.

HOTEL CHU1RCHI1L1L-"
BROADWAY AND 141h ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan. $2 per day and up. European Plan, f 1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Hates.
Churchill & Co.

R)IE YS KlDNEYPliTJ FOLEY'S OMOlAXMIVE
f Bacjiacmc Kiwcvsr- Qtsooee fO.STOHACH.Tio wait and COMT)PATJa



OCALA KXUStQ STAR, SATTRDAr, SEPTEMBER 21, 1912

3. Esfiracte From a Mary

"ONE MAN
"We talked with one of
spoke of the cost of living.
small wages, and managed to

most impossble, hut he began by making a schedule of liv living
ing living expenses, those things abolutely necessary. What re-

mained he. called. his profits, and used half for pleasure c x

penses, saving the other half.
the little system he used and

spent.
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
from it just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself-for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your

stomach with finest groceries, good wholesome food.

Johnson's Educator Crackers make the right kind of fuel
for you, because they are made from Whole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers, Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted), Educator Luncheon Biscuit, Educator Sweet
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers, Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.
. K. Teapot (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
doctor bills.
KNIGHT LANG

Three Cardinal Principles are

First ACCURACY,
Second PURITY of DRUGS,
Third PROMPT SERVICE.

These three Principles are

Store, where the Health or even the Life of some Member of

your Family Depends on them.
nna&ircsLfii

as raaui&p'

4

We have a Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggists Sup Sup-plies
plies Sup-plies of All Kinds Send to Us for your Drugs and Med Med-iciues
iciues Med-iciues and to have your Prescriptions Filled. : : :
THE COURT PHARMACY
'The Drufl Store On The Square"
PHONE 281, NIGHT PHONE 289

tt
our customers yesterday. We
He says he started on very
save money. It seemed al
He said it was all due to
knowing exactly what he
IF 1 oriel a
Observes at This Drug Store.
Vital, 'in the Service of a Drug

SYSTEM

2o Qi3 cy&Cgp

Ifl
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
seeds.
A new line of toilet requisites Just
In. GerJg's Postofflce Drugstores.
Cottage for rent. Good location.
Apply to Yonge'? Tin Shop.
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store.
"While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company.
Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerlg's Postofflce Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.
Store for rent, corner of Fort King
avenue and Magnolia street. Apply to
Jerry Burnett.
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerlgs Postofflce Drugstores.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap.
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores.
Mla ATa remer! t e Pfirtup la rrxr 1 1
White Springs, where she greeted the
Ocala Gliddenites as they passed thru.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap.
full half-pound cakes. 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores.
Mr. Clarence Blalock was taken
sick yesterday with a very high fever.
He was somewhat better this morning.
Arkansas Chui & Fever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydings & Co.
It is the intention of Captain Jim
Smoak to run the City of Ocala to
Sunday Bluff, Sept. 29. He will give
low rates and should have a big crowd.
Jude Lyles returned from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville last night after spending several
days there on a visit. The Judge was
greatly benefited by his trip.
Mr. Jos. E. Wilson, who represents
T H h Pamlncrtnn T v r a tit v 1 1 a w Pnmninv In
this territory, will be at the Ocala
House every Wednesday and Thursday
to meet his patrons.
A card was received from Mr. and
Mrs. Q. K. Peacock today stating that
they are settled in their new home in
Jacksonville and were getting along y
nicely. Their only drawback In living,
in Jacksonv'lle is that they like Ocala
better.
With all the rain last night there
were only three seats at the Air Dome
the least bit damp. Since the canopy
was fixed last week it keeps the seats
perfectly dry as was shown last
night.
Mr C. H. Dame came in on the early
morning train from South Florida,
where he has been working for the
Woodmen.
Judge W. S. Rullock is having his
boat, the Wekiwa. at Silver Springs,
stocked with provisions and the en
gine tested so that It will be in good
order for his cruise down the east
coast.
An extra large crowd of drummers
came In on the early train this morn
ing. This means that our merchants
will have all they can do, talking to
the salesmen and waiting on the usual
Saturday trade.
Mr. O. M. Gale, the popular TJelle-
vlew merchant, was a visitor to our
city today. He made the trip in his
car, returning this arternoon.
Col. E. W. Davis spent yesterday Th
Dunnellon, where he is having a large
motor boat built. He will launch the
boat today and give It a trial trip
from Dunnellon to his summer home
at Shell Island.
The Epworth League meeting at the
Methodist church tomorrow afternoon
will be a very interesting one and all
of the young people in Ocala are espe
cially urged to be present. An invita invitation
tion invitation is cordially extended to the older
peojle also.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Helvenston re returned
turned returned home last night from New
York state, where they have been
spending the past two months in the
Catskill mountains. Mr. Helvensten
spent a part of the time in New York
City purchasing a large stock of fall
and winter goods for the store of
Helvenston & Pasteur.
iss Annie Hillman. a vivacious and
accomplished young lady of Anthony,
is in Gainesville, a guest of Mrs. W.
H. Baskin. Gainesville Sun.
Hon. Edwin Spencer, Jr., member member-elect
elect member-elect of the Florida legislature from
Marion county, is visiting friends in
the city. Jacksonville Metro. -olis.
Tt. L 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
five times the price at which they are
offered now.
The negro man that sweeps the
streets in the mornings makes his two
little boys help him so that he can
keep his eye on them and keep them
out of mischief. He s: ys he Is trying
to raise them so that they will not
only be respected by the colored peo people
ple people but by the white as well. This
man has the rlsrht idea and it Is hoped
he will live to see the good fruits df
this labor.
i
Some of the people from near Flem
; inston were in town this morning and
speaking of the shooting that took
place there the firt of the week, said
that it was the result of a long stand standing
ing standing trouble, dating back almost twen twen-i
i twen-i ty years when the two men were
youths. The feeling in the neighbor neighbor-i
i neighbor-i hood is in favor of Mr. Thomas and it
Is the general opinion that he will be
cleared of the serious charge, as all
say he was forced to take the step he
did.
Running up and down stairs, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and bending over making beds will
not make a woman healthy or beau beautiful.
tiful. beautiful. She must get out of doors, walk
a mile or two every day and take
Chamberlain's Tablets to Improve her
digestion and regulate her bowels. For
sale by all dealers.

II

R. C TOXGE AGAIN IN

THE PLUMBING BUSINESS
R. E. Yonge & Co. are again In the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
Jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after
Phone 26. Respectfully,
R. E. Yonge & Co.
FOOTBALL MEETING TONIGHT
The boys of the Ocala High School
will have the first meeting of the foot
ball team tonight at the office of Mr.
D. W. Davis at 8 o'clock. All mem members
bers members of last year's team and those
who expect to play this year are urged
to attend the meeting. More enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm has been shown this year in the
football team than ever before, and
although it Is early In the season the
eleven will put in next week practic practicing
ing practicing and trying out new men. Tonight
the manager, captain and treasurer
will be elected but no positions as
signed.
BELLEVIEW ISXT SO DAD
The Star today received a communi
cation from Bellevlew denying the el el-legations
legations el-legations of Ocala autoists against
that town. Bellevlew's speed limit.
the letter says, is ten miles an hour.
and the extent of the corporate limit3
is 1 7-10 miles. We have been quite
sure all along that the extent of the
town was exaggerated, but Bellevlew
officers here this week say their speed
limit is six miles an hour.
"VOICES FROM THE 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
business public.
The subject at the Epworth League
meeting at the Methodist church to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow will be "Unrelenting Opposi Opposition;
tion; Opposition; the Cumulative Power of Selfish Selfishness."
ness." Selfishness." The meeting will start prompt promptly
ly promptly at 4 o'clock, the study of the lesson
being taken up after a fifteen minute
song service.
Judge Bell left early this morning
for Belleview, where he was joined by
a party of friends. They will hunt on
Alligator Slough today for some of the
many deer that have been seen in
that neighborhood during the past
few days. It is safe to say that the
party will not come home empty empty-handed.
handed. empty-handed. Mr. Rex Nichols, constable from
Belleview, was in Ocala this morning
looking for two or three cars that
violated the speed ordinance of that
city yesterday. He did not know the
parties but he had the numbers of the
cars.
s
Mr. Nathan Mayo and family are in
North Carolina, spending several
weeks.
Mr. R. E. Yonge went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville today to assist his son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Yonge, Jr., on their way home. Mr.
Yonge came down two weeks ago to
visit his parents, but Is feeling very
badly and it is not thought the trip
did him any good.
Mr. and Mrs. Locke Bingham and
young son, Herbert Locke of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who have been visiting Mr. Bing Bingham's
ham's Bingham's mother and sister in this city for
a week, went to Orlando yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon to spend a few days with Mrs.
Bingham's mother.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers has rent rented
ed rented the store room next to his bicycle
shop from Mr. C. J. rhillips and has
had the partition removed. Mr. Cham Chambers
bers Chambers will use this as a display room
for his bicycles, motorcycles and sup supplies.
plies. supplies. This will be a great help to him
as he long ago outgrew the small
quarters he has occupied since going
Into the bicycle business. Mr. Chamb Chambers
ers Chambers started in this business with Just
a small supply of tools and a good
helper, and has built up one of the
largest bicycle shops In middle Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, has worked hard and made many
friends In a business way.
Some unpleasant comments have
been heard lately from the passengers
on the A. C. L. trains that stop here
for five minutes in the afternoon.
These comments have been about the
high and unsightly weeds that are so
abundant in sight of the station.
These weeds could be cut and remov removed
ed removed in less than half a day if the work
was started. Other towns compel the
citizens to keep their vacant lots
clean and there is no reason why we
can't have the same good thing done.
The health and beauty of Ocala would
be vastly improved In this was done.
A white man was caught last night
going among the negro houses search searching
ing searching for liquor, wearing a badge which
looked very much like a detective's
star, but was just a bright piece of
metal with "Protective No. 2" stamped
on it. The badge was taken away from
him.
Carlton Irvln will leave In the morn morning
ing morning on the 6:15 train for Jacksonville
to visit his aunt. His sister is already
there and they .will remain for a week,
returning to Ocala In time for "the
opening of school.
The gas company Is having trenches
laid so as to run pipes into the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hotel. Everywhere it has dug
through the pavement the water has
made a deep mudhole. The street at
the southwest corner of this block is
in bad condition, the mud being about
ankle deep all the way across the
street.
Mr. Will Garv is having a concrete
walk laid from his steps to the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk at his house on Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. This will add greatly to his al already
ready already very attractive home.
Morris Osborne was out all morning
carrying around letters from the
Ocala Board of Trade to the business
mcr, nt oal.v The letters relate to
the union station, if they want it and
fwhere it shall be located
.
Mr. 11. A. Davies. of the firm of
Havcraft & Davies. left last night for
i .-iif m hu father and sisters at
Waycros. Ga. He will return
da j.
Mon
The A. C. L road gang is putting In
some much needed repairs at the Fort
Kins avenue crossiner. This is not be
ins done before it is needed for all
vehicles that cross here have to almost
stun hfrre coins over, for fear the
occupants will be bounced out.
LOTS FOR SALE
Nice corner lots. South Ninth
Sinchez streets. Magnolia Tlace,
sale cheap. Lots of building in
part of town, John M. Graham.
and
for
this

AIK DOME

A Haadome Milt Umbrella Gives
Away Tkl EveaJajr.
The first pri-e at the Air Dome to tonight
night tonight will be a silk umbrella. Besides
this other prizes will be given.
The picture program for ton'ght is
an exceptionally good one There will
be two comics, one war story and a
Vitagraph picture featuring Maurice
Costello. There will be no extra ad admission
mission admission for this fine show.
TEMPLE
A Great Show at the Houne of Quality
ThU Evealae
Last night we ran six of the best
pictures that we ever had. They were
great couldn't d beat. Tonight we
are going to run six more, a cracker-
Jack program.
Gaumont weekly No. 21. Current
events.
A New Cure for Divorce. Comedy.
Buddy and His Dog. Comedy.
The Wood Nymph. Drama.
The Meddlers. Western drama.
A Bachelor's Romance. Drama.
We are going to give you a show
tonight that you can not beat any anywhere.
where. anywhere. Last night we made a three-
base hit; tonight we are going to
make a home run.
BAD WEATHER FOn BASEBALL
It looks like the weather clerk has a
spite against Ocala. as nearly every
game this summer has been played
under pressure of threatening weather
and some have been broken up by
showers. This afternoon Is no excep exception,
tion, exception, and as the Star goes to press it
looks like a damper will be put on the
game between Aael and Lake City.
The game yesterday afternoon was
nteresting. The Lake City team is a
;ood one, and the Adels are nothing
short of professionals. The score was
I to 2 in favor of Adel but if a game
s played the Lake City boys promise
to do better today.
H AVE YOUR CAR PAINTED
This is the season when you should
have your automobile painted. The
work we turn out looks just as good as
new and the enamel is as permanent
and holds its brilliancy just as well as
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 SALE
A good, second-hand, four-passenger
car, recently thoroughly overhauled
and In fine condition. Will sell cheap
for cash or will exchange for city or
close In country property. Apply at
the Star office.
DR. W. K. LANE
Regular office hours:
to 5 p. m.
9 to 12 a. m.
FOR SALE AT A R'RGAIN
Five acres of good land at the two two-mile
mile two-mile post on the Blitchton hard road.
Apply to P. J. Theus.
W PfflCES
What Are You Paying?
Blue Ril1on Txmon and Vanila
Extract, two 10c bottles for.. 15c
Regular 2.c. size for 20c
jarge Pail Snowdrift $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift ."Oc
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue lien Matches per pkc 13c
6 Cakes Exnost Borax Soap. . .2oC
Baker's or Hurler's Chocolate
per pound !3c
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans
per can 10c
3 Cans an Camp s Hominy. . ,2c
No. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . .10c
So. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3.
.for
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Roy Coffee, per pound. .30c
3 rkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Pkps. Upton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .21
3 Cans ."c. fiold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 2-c
15 M Pounds Snuar S.l.OO
14 Pounds Whole Rice $.100
Old Country RIend Tea, ier lb. .50c
5 fiallons Oil Oc
Hulk Oatmeal per pound .c
Cream of Wheat per package . 1 5c
Cheese, per pound -Oc
ft Cans harn Svrun c
Heinz Vinegar, ier gallon 35c
Irish Potatoes. ier peck 30c
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour .c
12-lb. Sack PiNbury Flour.. . .50c
24-lb. Sack PiKbury Flour 81. OO
Half Rarrel Pilsbury Hour . .$3.75
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 50c
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 81.00
48 lbs. Henrr Clay Flour ...81.9.
90 lbs. Henry Clay Flour S3.TO
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour 93.85
One Rarrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
12 lbs. Rob White Flour 45c
24 lbs. Rob White Hour 85c
!KJ lbs. Rob White Hour $3.35
Half-barrel Rob White Flour. .$3.50
One Rarrel Rob White Flour. .$0.50
CMI-THOHAS GO.

FACE VALUE
At our bank is backed up by strong di-
rectorate and management. : : : :
Modern Methods
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?
1?& said QaftHoQau SqqCj

CAPITAL FTJLLT
H. aTCKES,
IiWARDl Pro.
JNO. I
t DR. A. L. BLALOCK
5 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
X
& Offices Over The
OCALA,
'Phone 211
Kindergarten and Primary School
Open .Monday, Sept. SO
In Kindergarten Rooms
Faculty i
Misses Hallie Ley. Lydia McDousald
and Minnie Stovall
Regular Kindergarten course. Spe
cial classes in primary grade. Rates
and terms on application.
WEATHEK 11EPORT
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four" hours up to sunset yester
day:
Clear, south wind.
Minimum temperature, 70 degrees.
Maximum, 88 degrees.
Average, 72 degrees.
Rainfall, .31.
WEATHER FORECAST
Showers tonight and Sunday, cooler
northwest portion Sunday.
for salt:
FOR SALE An lncubataor In good
condition. 150-egg capacity. Price
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
vember. Will give gallons. $20. 12
Indian Runner ducks, 12. Apply Tay
lor Printing Company.
Two fine cows for sale, one calf two
and one seven months old. Address R.
R. Emmltt. 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 59.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin,
KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAS
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. 8.
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 IXTO XEW QUARTERS
The Singer Sewing Machine Company
has moved its office from West Fort
King avenue to 52 North Magnolia
street. B. W. Howell, Manager.
iOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE BOARD OP TRADE
Get your certificates framed at
Ocala News Co.
the
VOICES FROM THE HILLS
Mr. Ley invited the business public
of Ocala to hear him Sunday at 11
o'clock.
One young" cow. Will milk In
vember. Will give xh gallons.
Apply Taylor Printing Company.
No
$20.
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 house and ten tenant houses.
farming implements and everything as
It now stands cheap for cash to a quick
purchaser. For price write at once or
come and see the farm, to Mrs. J. S
Mann, York, Fla.
FRESH SEEDS
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty
dings & Company.
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEX
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 215. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Tours respectfully.
OLLIE MORDIS,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia,
OCALA LODGE NO SS6, D. 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.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co.

IfnriTfflJj - MAniOX.DUXX MASOXIC IjODGB

I Ml r Mr nil Unim-LWim -UUe Ao. 1. P. CSV

l it ll mi ill meets on tne nrst ana

I IU11 1111 1 1 i

PAID IX UMM

C&sfcltf.
CLAJUCNCE CAMP. Vie.
Commercial Dank
FLORIDA
DR. L. F. BLALOCK.
DENTAL SURGEON
third Thurs
day evenings of each month at 7:39
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
WE WILL MAIL YOU 91
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil
ver, old watches. Broken Jewelry and
Freclous Stones. Money sent by return
mail.
Phlla. Smelting; & IteFlnlas: Commit
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
ME3 Cheittnat SL, Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTISTS
We will buy your Gold FIllinBrs.
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid.
Terkeween Oil, the great nery ana
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back-or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings A Co.
ROOMS WAXTED
Wanted, one, two or three rooms in
good location for young couple. Will
answer If furnished for light house
keeping or If unfurnished. Address
Box 293, city.
CHAPTER XO. 13 II. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No., 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:S0 p. m.
C. E. Connor, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
!EW SCHEDULE FOR
THE OCALA NORTHERN
Effective Sunday, Sept. 15th, the
Ocala Northern will change Its sched
ule as follows: The passenger train
will leave here in the morning at 7:30
and in the afternoon the mixed traln-aL,
45. 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
eave Ocala at 8 a m.
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD
Fort King Camp, No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg-
ular 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.
ATTENTION, ROAD RPILDERS
I wish to have a road built on my
place south of town. Call at my office
and see specifications. R. L. Anderson.
DR.
LIVINGSTON'S
ROOT AND HERB TEA
The Great niood Parlfler mm Nerve
Tonic, for Rheumatism, Kldaey as4
Rladder Trouble Price SOe.
Dr. Llrlna-stoa'a Dlspepelae Powders,
for ladtft-eatloa mmd Stomach Tras Tras-hlca
hlca Tras-hlca rriro CO Ceafa
Dr. LIvlarMtoa'a Goldea Catarrh Balas,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
PHre SO Ceata
GUARANTEED TO CURE On NO PAT
Thrae Hemedlea Cm Always ho Kooad
at the Court Paarmr, Oeala, Fla.
Five or six doses of M will break
any case of Chills and Fever; It acts on
the liver better than Calomel, and docs
not ripe or sicken. Price 15c
LEANEINESS
UICKNES5
ESPATCH
This is the MEAT MARKET that 18
CLEAN that gives you pronlpt, quick.
COURTEOUS ATTENTION.
If you aren't a patron of ours we
earnestly solicit that you grant us a
trial we're certain that you will find
our ROASTS. STEAKS, CHOPS, HAMS,
BACON. SAUSAGE, etc., of particular
ly excellent quality.
Try us.
W. II. MARSH, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY EDWARDS' MARKET
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS.
PHOXE 290.
no tro-o rra KTPient. rianos. r uruiiuro
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR v PATRONAGE

fa

.Q3



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATCRDAV, SEPTEMBER 21. 1912

i

I

lEC(D)im'(Diniiinsll

STOVES and RANGES

Economist Cook Stoves and Ranges,
All sizes and Styles. Carload Shipment
just Received last Week. See our dis display
play display aUhe-store.-'Ask -tor see "Bridge "Bridge-ford
ford "Bridge-ford Best," the Range with the Oven
that Pulls Out, "the Marvel of the twen twentieth
tieth twentieth Century." : : : :
Marion Hardware Co.

Ocala,

STOUFFEK'S

Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.

SEE WINDOW

Ao Eo BUKMETT

THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

Foley Kidney Pic's
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Glvo prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED ani ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
B. A. Davis, 27 Washington Sr., ConnerTill,
lad., it in his 8?ith year, lie wn'-s us: "I havs
lately tailored much frnrn iny 4 nn.l
der I hail sever backaches end i;.y kiducy action
was too frequent, cao.iii mt to lose much 'op
at night, and in m 6l.id.fer thre wjj fourth 11
pain. 1 took Foley Kidney Hiils fr.r som ti:i.
and am now free of all i'(oS! and p?ain able to
be up and arotnod. Foley K'1ut 1'ills Lave m
aihast ftkwninenda Uua. ''
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUfiSTOnK
"Queen of Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' & MIMUtS TILXS TILXS-rOIlTATIOX
rOIlTATIOX TILXS-rOIlTATIOX COMPANY' STEAM STEAMSHIP
SHIP STEAMSHIP LINES
From Jacksonville to Savannah, Hai Haiti
ti Haiti more, Philadelphia, I lost on
and Providence.
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
II. C. AVERT, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
I D. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
"FlBat Coaatvrlne Trip In Ibe World" J
XOTICR TO CIlEDITOnS
Notice Is hereby Riven to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Adelaide R
Chlsolm. deceased,, to present said
claims duly proved to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wif
Feb. 8th. 1912. Kate It. Howell.
As Administratrix Estate Adelaide R
Chlsolm.
Oak. Fla.
notice
Of Final Settlement find l)trbarcr
Notice is hereby given tnat on the
12th tluy of February, A. II. HU.T
the undersigned will present mv ac accounts
counts accounts and vouchers to the Judge of
probate in and for Marion county.
Florida, at his office in cicala, and
will make my final settlement and will
apply for discharge.
This &th day of August. A. I. 1912.
Kate It. Howell.
As Administratrix of Adalade II. Ohl Ohl-.
. Ohl-. 10m.
FOLEY'S OMOIaKAUVE
Worn Stomach TaouaiE. and Cc'ST? vn;

y
?
?
?
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
!
y
y
y
y
X
Florida
y
HAND PAINTED.
CHINA DINNER SETS
PICMC AT OAK GROVE
There will be an annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak drove on Saturday
rtsrKn. r.,V 1111 nn.l V. ...Ml
1 v l v a vni, anil v ill aisv
,be two baseball Karnes, one before noon
t 1 f 1 1 T
and one in me aiiernoon. j-.very itoiy
g invited to come and enjoy the day.
Refreshments will be served by a com committee.
mittee. committee. Tim MF.X WHO SUCCEED
1
J as heads of lartre enterprises are men
of sreat energy. Success, today de demands
mands demands health. To ail is to fail. Its
utter folly for a man to endure a weak,
run-down, half alive condition when
Klectric TMtters will put him right on
his feet in short order. "Four bottles
did me more real prood than any other
medicine I ever took," writes Chas. I.
Allen, Sylvania, Ga." After years of
suffering with rheumatism, liver trou trouble,
ble, trouble, stomach disorders, and deranged
kidneys, I am again, thanks to Electric
bitters, sound and well." Try them.
Only 50 cents at Tydlngs & Co.
A Rarbed Wire Cut. Collar
r Saddle Gall not properly
healed leaves a disfiguring
6 car.
Ballard's
SNOW
LINIMENT
la the Right Remedy for All
Abrasions of the Flesh.
If the around Is cleansed and
the liniment applied promptly,
the healing process begins at
once and the wound heal3 from
the Inside outwardly, thus per performing
forming performing a perfect cure that
leaves no scar. If the wound
heals on the outside too quick quickly,
ly, quickly, pus forms under the sur surface
face surface and breaks out into a run running
ning running sore that is hard to cure
and inevitably leaves a bad
scar.
Owners cf blooded stock pre prefer
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 its
work quickly and thoroughly.
rTlr 25c. 50 and S1.00.
St,
Jamesr.Ballard.Prop. St.Loul,Mo. fcj
Stephens Eye Salve is a healing
ointment ror sore tyes.
A LI. DRUGGISTS
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor tn the citr.

I excuse
PRIMES
, hit i,.-..m .n. i iT-r,-f k,i

Novelized from
the Comedy of
the Same Name
By
R a pert
Hashes
ILLUSTRATED
From Ph4rapks of
Ue Play Prefaced
Ey Eeary W. Ssvafte
CopjTlt.t, im. by ii. fc- Fly Co.
CHAPTER XI. ;
A Chance Encounter.
While Mrs. Temple was confiding to ;
her husband that tfce agitated couple i
In the next se?it had just ccrae from
a wedding-factory, and had got on j
Thile he was lost In tobacco land, the j
people In the seat on the other side
of them were engaged in a little
drama of their own.
Ira Lathrop, known to all who knew
him as a woman-hating snapping-tur-tle,
was fo busily engaged trying to
drag the farthest invading rice grains
out of the back of hi3 neck, that he
was late in realizing his whereabout3.
When he raised his head, he found
that he had crowded into a seat with
an uncomfortable looking woman, who
crowded against the window with old old-maidenly
maidenly old-maidenly timidity.
He felt some apology to be neces necessary,
sary, necessary, and he snarled: "Disgusting
thing3, these weddings!" After he
heard this, it did not sound entirely
felicitous, so he grudgingly ventured:
"Excuse me you married?"
She denied the soft Impeachment
bo heartily that he softened a little:
"You're a sensible woman. I guess
you and I are the only sensible peo people
ple people on this train."
"It seems so," she giggled. It
was the first time her spinstership
had been taken as material for a com compliment.
pliment. compliment. Something in the girlish
giggle and the strangely young smile
that swept twenty years from her
face and belied the silver lines in
her hair, seemed to catch the old
bachelor's attention. He stared at her
so fiercely that she looked about ior
a way to escape. Then a curiously
anxious, almost a hungry, look soft softened
ened softened his leonine jowls into, a boyish
eagerness, and his growl became a
sort of gruff purr:
"Say, you look something like aa
old sweetheart er friend of mine.
Were you ever in Hrattleboro, Vt.V
A flush warmed her cheek, and a
Fense of home warmed her prim
speech, as she confessed:
"I came from there originally."
"So did I," said Ira Lathrop, lean leaning
ing leaning closer, and beaming like a big
sun: "I don't suppose you remember
Ira Lathrop?"
The old maid stared at the bachelor
as if she were trying to see the boy
she had known, through the mask that
time had modeled on his face. And
then she was a girl again, and her
voice chimed as she cried:
"Why, Ira! Mr. Lathrop: i3 It
you?"
She gave him her hand both her
hands, and he smothered them in one
big paw and laid the other on Tor
extra warmth, as he nodded his sav savage
age savage head and roared as gentle as a
sucking dove:
"Well, well! Annie Anne Miss
Gattle! What do you think of that?"
They gossiped across the chasm of
of years about people and things, ana
knew nothing of the excitement so
close to them, saw nothing of Chicago
slipping back into the distance, with
its many lights shooting across the
windows like hurled torches.
Suddenly a twinge of ancient jeal jealousy
ousy jealousy shot through the man's heart,
recurring to old emotions.
"So you're not married, Annie.
Whatever became of that fellow who
used to hang round you all the
time?"
"Charlie Selby?" She blushed at the
name, and thrilled at the luxury of
meeting jealousy. "Oh, he entered
the church. He's a minister out in
Ogden, Utah."
"I always knew he'd never amount
to much," was Lathrop's epitaph on
his old rival. Then he started with
a new twinge: "You bound for Ogden,
too?"
"Oh, no," she smiled, enraptured
at the new sensation of making a man
anxious, and understanding all in a
flash the motives that make coquettes.
Then she told him her destination.
"I'm on my way to China."
"China!" he exclaimed. "So'm I!"
She stared at him with a new
thought, and gushed: "Oh, Ira are
you a missionary, too?"
"Missionary? Hell, no!" he roared.
"Excuse me I'm an Importer Anne,
I I"
But the sonorous swear reverberat reverberated
ed reverberated In their ears like a smitten bell,
and he blushed for it, but could not
recall it.
CHAPTER XII.
The Needle in the Haystack.
The almost-married couple sat long
fn mutual terror and a common par paralysis
alysis paralysis of ingenuity. Marjorie, for lack
of anything better to do, was absent absent-mindedly
mindedly absent-mindedly twisting Snoozleum's ear3,
while he, that pocket abridgment of a
dog, in a well meaning effort to di divert
vert divert her from her evident grief, made
a great pretense of ferocity, growling
and threatening to bite her ringers
off. The new ring attracted his spe special
cial special jealousy. He was growing dis discouraged
couraged discouraged at the ill-success of his im impersonation
personation impersonation of a wolf, and dejected
at being so crassly ignored, when he
suddenly became, In his turn, a center
of Interest.
Marjorie was awakened from her
trance of Inanition by the porter's
voice. His plantation voice was or ordinarily
dinarily ordinarily as thick and sweet as his own
New Orleans sorghum, but now it had
a bitterness that curdled the blood:
" 'Scuse me, but how did you-ail git
that theah dog in this heah cah?"
"Snoozleums is always with me,"
said Marjorie briskly, as if that set settled
tled settled It, and turned for confirmation
to the dog himself, "aren't you,
Snoozleums?"
"Well," tho porter drawled, trying
o be gracious with. His great power.

tne rnies aoni now no irre stocx m
the gleepin- cars, 'ceptin' humans.
Marjorie rewarded his condescen condescension
sion condescension with a blunt: "Snoozleums is
more human than you are.
"I p'surne he is," the porter ad admitted,
mitted, admitted, "but he can't make up berths.
Anyway, the rules says dog3 goes
with the baggage.
Marjorie swpt rules aside with a
defiant: "I don't care. I won't bo
leparated from my Snoozleums,"
She looked to Mailory for support,
but he was too sorely troubled with,
greater anxieties to be capable of any
action.
The porter tried persuasion: "You
betta lemme take him, the conducta
is wuss'n what I am. He th'owed a
couple of dogs out the window trip
befo' last."
"The brute!"
"Oh, yassum, he Is a regulah brute.

He just loves to hear 'm splosh when
they light." j
Noting the shiver that shook tho
girl, the porter offered a bit of con- i
solatlon: i
"Better lemme have the pore little
thing up in the baggage cah. He'll be
in charge of a lovely baggage-smash-;
er." i
"Are you sure he's a nice man?" j
"Oh, yassum, he's death on trunks,
but he's a natural born angel to
dogs."
"Well, If I must, I must," she
sobbed. "Poor little Snoozleums! Can
he come back and see me tomorrow?"
Marjorie's tears were splashing on
the puzzled deg, who nestled close,
with a foreboding of disaster.
"I reckon p'haps you'd better visit
him."
"Poor dear little Snoozleums good
night, my little darling. Poor little
child it's the first night he's slept
all by his 'ittle lonesome, and
The porter was growing desperate.
He clapped his hands together Im Impatiently
patiently Impatiently and urged: 'I think I hear
that conducta comln'."
The ruse succeeded. Marjorie fair fairly
ly fairly forced the dog on him. "Quick
hide him hurry!" she gasped, and
sank on the seat completely crushed.
"I'll be so lonesome without Snoozle Snoozleums."
ums." Snoozleums." Mailory felt called upon to remind
her of his presence. "I I'm here,
Marjorie." She looked at him just
once at him, the source of all her
troubles buried her head in her
arms, and resumed her grief. Mailory
stared at her helplessly, then rose
and bent over to whisper:
"I'm going to look through tho
train."
"Oh, don't leave me," she pleaded,
clinging to him with a dependence
that restored his respect.
"I must find a clergyman," he whis whispered.
pered. whispered. "I'll be back the minute I And
one, and I'll bring him with me."
The porter thought he wanted the
dog back, and quickened his pace till
he reached the corridor, where Mai Mailory
lory Mailory overtook him and asked, in an
effort at casual indifference, If he had
seen anything of a clergyman on
board.
"Ain't seen nothln' that even looks
like one," said the porter. Then he
hastened ahead to the baggage car
with the squirming Snoozleums, while
Mailory followed slowly, going from
seat to seat and car to car, subjecting
all the males to an inspection that
rendered some of them indignant,
others of them uneasy.
If dear old Doctor Temple could
only have known what Mailory was
hunting, he would have snatched off
the mask, and thrown aside the secu secular
lar secular scarlet tie at all costs. But poor
Mailory, unable to recognize a clergy clergyman
man clergyman so dyed-ln-the-wool as Doctor
Temple, sitting in the very next seat
how could he be expected to pick
out another in the long and crowded
train?
All clergymen look alike when they
are In convention assembled, but
sprinkled through a crowd they are
not so easily distinguished.
In the sleeping car bound for Port Portland,
land, Portland, Mailory picked one man as a
clergyman. He had a lean, ascetic
face, solemn eyes, and he was talking
to his seat-mate in an oratorical man manner.
ner. manner. Mailory bent down and tapped
the man's shoulder.
The effect was surprising. The man
jumped as If he were stabbed, and
turned a pale, frightened face on Mai Mailory,
lory, Mailory, who murmured:
"Excuse me, do you happen to be a
clergyman?"
A look of relief stole over the man's
features, followed closely by a scowl
of wounded vanity:
"No, damn you, I don't happen to
be a parson. I have chosen to be
well, If you had watched the bill billboards
boards billboards In Chicago during our run, you
would not need to ask who I am!"
Mailory mumbled an apology and
hurried on, just overhearing his vic victim's
tim's victim's sigh:
"Such is fame!"
He saw two or three other clerical
persons in that car, but feared to
touch their shoulders. One man in
the last seat held him specially, and
he hid In the turn of the corridor, in
the hope of eavesdropping some clue.
This man was bent and scholastic of
appearance, and wore heavy spec spectacles
tacles spectacles and a heavy beard, which Mai Mailory
lory Mailory took for a guaranty that he was
not another actor. And he was read reading
ing reading what appeared to be printer's
proofs. Mailory felt certain that they
were a volume of sermons. He lin lingered
gered lingered timorously in the environs for
some time before the man spoke at
all to the dreary-looking woman at
his side. Then the stranger spofce.
And this is what he said and read:
"I fancy this will make the bigots
sit up and take notice, mother: If
there ever was a person named Moses,
it is certain, from the writings as ascribed
cribed ascribed to him, that he disbelieved the
Egyptian theory of a life after death,
and combated It as a heathenish su superstition.
perstition. superstition. The Judaic Idea of a fu future
ture future existence was undoubtedly ac acquired
quired acquired from the Assyrians, during the
captivity.'
He doubtless read much more, but
Mailory fled to the next car. There
he found a man in a frock coat talk talking
ing talking solemnly to another of equal
solemnity. The seat next them was
unoccupied, and Mailory dropped Into
it, perking his ears backward for
news.
"Was you ever in Mollne? one
voice asked.
"Was I?" the other muttered muttered-"Wasn't
"Wasn't muttered-"Wasn't I run out of there by one of
my audiences. I waa dvin' hrnnotic

11 Ao Mo
SURDAY MICE
of
0111 SeiTiMI
with

Leader: Miss
OUR INVITATION

SCMEOIUJLJE
Ocala Norttlhiera Railroad
Effective Sepf ember 15th, 1912

WEEK DAYS
No 12 leaves Gcala 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 TRIP RATES
VIA
HTLHNTIG CDflST LINE
FROM OGALA
$39 05 New York aurl Philadelphia, sold 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, - Fold daily, limit Oct. 31
$93.55 California points, - sold daily, limit Oct. 31
Excursion Rales to Various Points Furnished on Application
STOP OVERS 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.
Tampa, Florida.

aemonstrati&ns, and 1 naa a run-in
with one of my horses and he done
me dirt. Right In the midst of one
of his cataleptic trances, he got down
from the chairs where I had stretched
him out and hollered: 'He's a bum
faker, gents, and owes me two weeks'
pay.' Thank Gawd, there was a back
door openin on a dark alley leadin'
to the switch yard. I caught a ca caboose
boose caboose Just as a freight train was pull pull-In
In pull-In out."
Mailory could hardly get strength
to rise and continue his search. On
his way forward he met the conductor,
crossing a vestibule between cars. A
happy thought occurred to Mailory.
He said:
"Excuse me, but have you any
preachers on board?"
"None o far."
"Are you sure?"
Positive."
"How can you tell?"
"Well, If a grown man offers me a
half-fare ticket, I guess that's a pret pretty
ty pretty good sign, ain't it?"
Mailory guessed that it was. and
turned back, hopeless and helpless.
(Continued Tomorrow)
ASTHMA
CATARRH
CURED
Expert Medical Scientists Aanenaee
Startling Results Obtained
by Senplne
New YorK rnousanas are taking
advantage of the generous offei made
by the Woodworth Co., 1161 Broadway,
New York City, requesting an experi experimental
mental experimental package of Senpine. the great
discovery for asthma, hay fever, bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis and catarrh, whicL Is mailed
free of charge to all who write for lt
It Is curing thousands of the most
stubborn cases. It makes no differ difference
ence difference how long you have been suffer suffering
ing suffering or how severe the climatic con conditions
ditions conditions are where you live, Senpine
will cure you.
If you have experimented with oth other
er other treatments and have failed to find
a cure do not be discouraged but send
for a trial of this wonderful truly mer meritorious
itorious meritorious remedy which Is a scientific
compound discovered by a professor
of Vienna University, and Is being
recommended by thousands-

CMC

Lillian Marsh.
IS TO EYERY ONE
SUNDAYS
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.
ODD FELLOWS
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. O.
A" L Colbert, Secretary.
PILES CURED AT HOME
nY NEW AnsORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding, Itching,
blind or protruding piles, send me your
address, and I will tell you how to
cure yourself at home by the new ab absorption
sorption absorption treatment: and will also send
some of this home treatment free for
trial, with references from your own
locality if re quested. Immediate relief
and permanent cure assured. Send no
money but tell others of this offer.
Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box
P. South Bend. Ind. 22
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT
To Y. F. Kelly and Robert Benson,
rind all other persons interested: No No-Hcf
Hcf No-Hcf i- hcr-hv given that on August
2-Trd. 1911. Mrs. T. A. Lamb and T. A.
Imb. hf-r husband, instituted a suit
at law against W F. Kelly and Robert
iUn-ion in his own riant for the heirs
of E. Benson, deceased, by attach attachment
ment attachment in the elrcuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
in and for Marion county, the said
plaintiff claiming as damages in sail
suit the sum of one hundred, fifteen
and 50-100 dollars.
You. W. F. Kelly and Robert Benson,
and all othr persons -interested, are
hereby notified to be !and appear be before
fore before the said court and defend said
artk.n on or before the
-1th day of November, A. D. 1012,
at the court .house in Ocala. Marion
r-ounty, Florida, or default will be
taken aain-t you.
Witness. S T. Sistrunk. clerk of
said court, and the seal of said court
at the curt house in Ocala. Marion
cour.tv. Florida, this the rird day of
Auau't. A. D. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk.
f'lerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
W. K. Zewad-ki, Plaintiffs Attorney.
NOTICE OF IIIOLl TION
Notice is hereby iriven that the firm
of Hurt fc Garner, composed of L
Hurst and W. I. Garner, doing busi business
ness business in ala. Florida. has this day
j been di-s-jlved. All interest of W. I.
j Garner in said business has been pur pur-I
I pur-I chased by L Hurst. All accounts In
j favor of the firm are payable to L
! Hurst and all accounts against the firm
ar- assumed by L Hurst. I. Gar Garner
ner Garner will not be responsible for any In Indebtedness
debtedness Indebtedness incurred by L Hurtt in
said business.
September 7th, 1912.
Respectfully,
I Hurst.
W. L Garner.

AX ORDINANCE

Confirming the Sal rtf all lh RIeht.
IrivilKe and Franchises of the
.."CitirenV Gas. Llgin Heat ami
Power Company" to IX. K Hall, and
Granting to the said Ii. & Hall and
Such Other Persons as May iieeome
Interested with Him In Organizing a
Corporation I'nder the Name of
"Ocala Gas Company" all of the
Rights. Irivlleges and Franchises
Heretofore Granted by the City of
Ocala to Robert P. Manly and those
Becoming1 Associated with Him un under
der under the Corporate Name of Cltixens
Gas. Ught, Heat and Power Com Company,
pany, Company, as lrovided by Ordinance
Adopted by the City Council of the
City of Ocala. June 6th. 184. and the
Ordinance Kxtendlng: the Time
Granted to Said Persons. Adopted by
the City Council of the City of Ocala
December lelh. 1908.
Whereas, the city council of the city
of Ocala by ordinance duly passed and
adopted June 5th. 1S94. granted to
Robert P. Manly and tho?e who might
become associated with him under the
name oi ine "inizenx uas. i.igm.
Heat and Power Company" the right of
constructing and maintaining a system
of mains, pipes and all necessary
works and appliances for manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing vending and furnishtng gas for
illumination and other purposes in the
city of Ocala. for a perod of twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five (25) years from June 5th. 1894. as
appears by the compilation of the or ordinances
dinances ordinances of the said city of Ocala la
effect May 12th. 1910. compiled by,
Richard McConathy, on pages 139 et
sea-, and
Whereas. The said Robert T. Manly
and others did become associated to together
gether together under the name aforesaid, and
did form and cause to be chartered by
ih. ctatA nf VlnrMa a pnruitrtllon bi
the said name of "Cltirens Gas. LJgltt.
Heat and Power Company," and
Whereas. The said city council of the,
city of Ocala did. by ordinance adopted
bv It on December lth li08. as ap appears
pears appears by the said compilation of sail
ordinances on pages 142 et. seq. extend
the time so granted to the said Robert
P. Manly and those, who became asso associated
ciated associated with him under the said name
of "Citizens' Gas, Light. Heat and
Power Company" for a period of ten
years from June 5th, 1919, and
Whereas. IL S. Hall has succeeded to
all of the rights, privileges, franchises
and property of the said Citizens' Gas.
ugm, ileal ana i-uwer v-umjmiiy, hiiu
is actually operating and carrying on
the business latelv carried on br said
company, but the said sale, transfer or
assignment of said property, privileges
and franchises has not been ratified by
the city council of the city of Ocala,
and
Whereas, The said R. S. Hall and'
others are about to form a cprporation
to take over the property and effects,
privileges, franchises and rights., so
held as aforesaid, under the name of
Ocala Gas Company.
NOW THKRKFORK. RE IT ORDAINED
1JY THE CITY COUNCIL. OF THE
CITY OF OCALA:
Section 1. That the sale, transfer
and assignment of the property and
effects, rights, privileges and fran franchises
chises franchises of the said Citizens' Gas. IJght.
Heat and Power Company to the said
R. S. Hall be and the same Is hereby
ratified and confirmed.
Sec. 2. That all of the rights, priv privileges
ileges privileges and franchises granted and giv given
en given bv the city of Ocala to the said
Robert 1. Manly and those becoming
associated with him In the formation
of said Citizens' Gas, Light. Heat and
Power Company, as aforesaid, as pror
vided by the ordinances aforesaid, be,
and the same are hereby extended.
grnted and given, to the said R. 8.
Hall and his associates who may be become
come become intersted with him In the organ organization
ization organization of a corporation under the said
name of Ocala Gas Company, and their
successors and assigns, for the time
and for the purposes mentioned In the the-ordinances
ordinances the-ordinances so passed and adopted as
aforesaid.
Sec. 3. The said R. S. Hall, and his
associates who may become Interested
with him in the organization of the
said corporation aforesaid, and their
successors and assigns, be, and they
are hereby required to carry out and
perform all of the provisions of the
said ordinances aforesaid, and do and
perform all things required to be done
and performed thereby on the part of
the said Robert P. Manly and those
becoming interested with him In the
organization of said Citizens Gas.
Light, Heat and Power Company, and
they are hereby made subject to all of
the conditions and requirements of the
said ordinances aforesaid.
Sec. 4. The said company shall be
required to reimburse the city of Ocala
for the costs and legal advertisements,
and all other expenses connected with
the passage of this act, before the ap
proval hereof by the mayor.
riacea on nrst reaaing ana reierrea
to Judiciary committee July 2nd. 1912.
Placed on second reading, read and
adopted bv sections August 20th. 1912.
Placed on third and final reading
and adopted by roll call Ausust 20,
1912. R. R. Carroll,
President City Council.
Attest: II C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Approved by me as mayor of Ocala
August 31, 1912. J. D. Robertson.
Mayor of Ocala.
NOTICE
Of Ibe Institution of Suit by Attach Attachment
ment Attachment In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for
Marion county.
F. E. McClane, Plaintiff, vs. J. 8. OJel.
Defendant.
To J. S. Odel and all other persons
interested In said action: Notice Is
hereby given that on the first day of
July, 1912, the above entitled cause
was Instituted by attachment and that
J. P. Galloway as sheriff of Marlon
countv, Florida, on the said first day
of July, 1912. levied a writ of attach attachment
ment attachment issued In said cause on said date
on the following property of the de defendant,
fendant, defendant, to-wit: Two pair springs,
one steel folding bed and pad, one din dining
ing dining table, two bureaus, one kitchen
safe, one kitchen table, two Iron beds,
one oil stove, four rocking chairs, six
dining chairs, one sideboard, two mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, one rug, one drugget, two cane
rockers, one box and contents (un (unknown.
known. (unknown. The defendant and all other persons
interested in said action are required
to appear In said court therein on
Monday, ibe Tlh day of October, 1RI2.
This August 5th, 1912.
F E. McClane. Plaintiff.
Joseph Bell. Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
Notice Is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L Barber,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
?.0th, 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert L
Barber, Deceased.
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 30, 1112.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Robert
McDonald, deceased, to present said
claims duly proven to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
August 7th, 1912.
Robert J. McDonald,
s Administrator Estate of Robert D.
McDonald, Deceased.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that F. J.
Webb, as guardian of the estate of
Caleb If. Heath, a minor, will on the
31st day of Marek, 1913
file with the county Judge of Marion
county. Florbla. bis final report and
accounts as guardian of the estate of
the said Caleb 11. Heath, a minor, and
apply to said county judge for ap approval
proval approval thereof and for his discharge as
truardian of said estate. F. J. Webb,
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb II.
Heath.
Titusvllle, Fla.. August 24, 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice Is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of R. J. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
one year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 21st, 1912. J. P. Galloway.
Sheriff and Ex-officio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de de-mat.ds
mat.ds de-mat.ds against the estate of Cora L
Smith, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wlt: Au August
gust August 27th. .1912. Rena L Smith.
As Executrix Last Will and Testament
of Cora L Smith. Deceased.
1