The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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EVENING

STAR

FURMTORE
For All of tfce Cczai
AT RIGHT PRICES
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Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1912.
NO. 97.
THE FURNITUII3 KH3

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AN UNEASY FEELING in the stomach or
bowels, caused by indigestion or constipation, yields
quickly to
SI M r.ions
RED 23
LIVER REGULATOR
(TIIE POWDER FORM)
It removes all impurities or fermented food, cleanses and tones the
stomach and bowels and restores that fine feeling of exhilaration, mental
activity and cheerfulness that belongs only to perfect health.
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I am conducting a strictly
first class Cafe for the ac accommodation
commodation accommodation of the business
man, the traveling man. the
ladles and children. The ser service
vice service is first class and the ta table
ble table Is set with the best that
can be had. Short orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention. Lunch
counter In rear of dining
room.
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WILL LEE
& Carmichael Building, Mag- &
X nolia Street, i
Phone 39 Ooala. Fla.
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J.E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Hooius O, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Work.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.
L. F. BLALQCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Hank
OCALA, FLA.
Office Hours, 8 to 12 n. m.; 1 to S
p. in. Phone 211
TERMS, CASH
G J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
lMans and Specifications Furnished
Umiii I toques t
120 SOUTH THIItn STItKKT
OCALA ... FLOItlDA
W. G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FUKNISIIUD
ON APPLICATION
P. O. ItOX 40 OCALA. F1A
J. M. WELCH
Contractor and Builder
IM.AXS Al SPECIFICATIONS FllL
MSIIKD II'OX II Kill' F.ST
A I.I. KINDS OF REPAIRING DOR.
WISTERIA HOTEL, OCALA FLOItlDA
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I. K. JIcIVKIl and C. V. ItOllKKTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Km Km-balmier
balmier Km-balmier ami Fully Guaranteed,
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA - FLORIDA
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 t&e cttx.

CAFE

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For I'renldeat
WOODROW WILSON
For Vlee President
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
Presidential Elector
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
W. dUPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
II. C. SPARKMAN
('oiKmumii, State-at-Large
CLAUDE L'ENGLE
ConKreMNman, Flmt District
S. M. SPARKMAN
Governor
PARK TRAM MELL
Secretary of State
II. C. CRAWFORD
Attorney-General
TIIOS. F. WEST
CommlNMloner of Aicrleulture
W. A. McRAE
Treasurer
J. C. LITNING
Comptroller
W. V. KNOTT
Superintendent nf Public Instruction
W. N. SI I EATS
State r bemlHt
R. E. ROSE
Adjutant General
J. C. R. FOSTER
Railroad f'ommlnft loner
It. C. DUNN
For Member of the Lcglnlature
L. S. LIGHT
EDWIN SPENCER. JR.
For County Jadge
W. E. SMITH
For Sheriff
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
For Clerk of the Circuit Court
PERRY II. NUGENT
For Tax Anneftor
ALFRED AYER
For Tai Colleetor
W. L. COLBERT
For Superintendent of Schools
J. H. BRINSON
For Treasurer
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For Gommlnaloncr, Dlatrlct 1
C. CARMICHAEL
For CommlNMloner, Dlatrlet 2
D. G. W ATKINS
For Commissioner, District 3
NATHAN MAYO
For. Commissioner, District 4
W. T. HENDERSON
For Commissioner, District 5
WALTER LUFFMAN
For School Commissioner, District 1
W. D. CARN
For School Commissioner, District 2
J. S. GRANTHAM
For School Commissioner, District 3
B. R. BLITCH
For County Surveyor
W. A. MOORHEAD
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
tween 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. 345 Tremont building,
Boston, Mass.
UNCLE EZRA SAYS
"It don't take more'n a gill uv effort to
git folks Into a peck of trouble and a
little neglect of constipation, bllllous bllllous-ness,
ness, bllllous-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.
OPEN DAT AXD NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
Bathe the face and hands or a person
sick with fever with DARBY'S PRO PROPHYLACTIC
PHYLACTIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID In a little water.
It reduces the fever, allays Irritation
and revives the patient wonderfully.
Apply the fluid to a cut. sore or wound.
It heals in half the time required by
an ordinary liniment. Take It Internal Internally
ly Internally for cramps, colic or dysentery. It Is
a marvelous relieving remedy. Price
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. Moose meet Thursday night.

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of
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he Coroner's Jnry at St.
Petersburg;
St. Petersburg. Fla., Sept. 22. A
young woman went on the witness
stand here yesterday and told a story
of shame that her.father's reason for
slaying a man might be presented by
the one person most able to state It.
Her story of her cousin's brutality and
how he had threatened her if she ever
told anyone, to take not only her life,
but that of her father, mother and
brother as well, was tensely told. At
the conclusion of the preliminary hear hearing.
ing. hearing. Justice Sullivan dismissed the
charge of murder against B. J. .lark .lark-son,
son, .lark-son, and many persons in the little
courtroom shook his hand In sympa sympathy.
thy. sympathy. "Justifiable homicide" was the
way the Judged summed it up.
Jackson was charged with the mur murder
der murder of C. E. Hays, a cousin of his
wife, whom he shot down Thursday
night, after Mrs. Jackson had told
him that Hays had assaulted their
daughter. There will be no further
arraignment of Jackson unless the
grand Jury should take the matter up,
which is unlikely.
Wilson Shn What Humbugs the
Tariff Hoard anil Other Repub Republican
lican Republican Hoards are Hound to He
In a recent address at Sioux City. Ia..
Governor Wilson drew attention to
the ineffectuality of boards of experts
established under republican adminis
trations. He used it as an illustration
of his objection to a commission or
board of experts to handle cipher the
tariff or the trust problem. j
Gov. Wilson voiced for the first
time his objection to the tariff board
idea, declaring it would mean a post postponement
ponement postponement of tariff legislation.
He turned early in his speech to the
pure food question.
"Everybody now suspects," he said,
"and the suspicion is based upon a
great many facts that can be estab established
lished established by proof that these pure food
laws are not lived up to. that the In
spection is not always what it ought
to be, and that a great many things
are permitted to be done which nullify
the pure food laws.
"I suppose that most of you know
that a great controversy arose because
Dr. Wiley, who was in charge of the
pure food administration, objected to
the use of benzoate of soda in certain
things that were sold to you. partic particularly
ularly particularly in cans for food. Now a very
nice thing occurred. The gentlemen
who wanted to use the benzoate of
soda, persuaded the president, Mr.
Roosevelt, that this was a scientific
question, and therefore he ought to
have a board of chemists to deter determine
mine determine It. And, Mr. Roosevelt picked
out some of the most eminent and
honest chemists in this country, head headed
ed headed by a personal friend of mine, the
president of John Hopkins University,
and submitted to them this question:
'Is benzoate of soda hurtful to the hu human
man human stomach or to the human diges digestion
tion digestion when taken Internally? Observe
that that was the only question sub submitted
mitted submitted to them and that was exactly
what the people who wanted to use
benzoate of soda for wrong purposes
wanted to limit the inquiry to. These
gentlemen had to say that benzoate of
soda in Itself was not harmful to the
human system as I believe it is not.
But they were not asked this ques question:
tion: question: 'Can benzoate of soda be used to
conceal purification, can it be used In
things that have gone bad and to in induce
duce induce people to put them In their stom stomachs
achs stomachs after they have gone bad?'
"They were not asked that question,
because If they had been they would
have said 'Yes.'
"I want to warn the people of this
country to beware of commissions of
experts. I have lived with experts all
my life and I know that experts don't
see anything except what Is under
their microscopes, under their eye.
They don't ever perceive what is under
their noses, and an expert feels in.
honor bound to confine himself to the
particular question which you v have
asked,
"Suppose you wanted to settle the
liquor question by asking a body of
experts whether alcohol was poison or
not. I believe they would have to tell
you that it Is not.
"But does that settle the liquor
question? There are a great many
things that you can take Into your
stomach that are not poison that will
make you crazy."
Turning to trusts, the speaker dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished between "big business" and
trusts. He referred to the success of
Andrew Carnegie in the steel business
and declared that when Mr. Carnegie's
competitors found they could not un undersell
dersell undersell him because he had more
brains in running the business they
bought him out at four or five times
the value of his property and then by
what they charged afterwards for
their products they made us pay in interest
terest interest on the four or five times the
amount of the value of the property
which they had paid him.
"There is a difference between a big
business and a trust, a trust is a big
business that has an arrangement to
get rid of a competitor and a big busi business
ness business survives competition by conquer conquering
ing conquering in the field of intelligence and
economy. I am for big business and I
am against the trusts."
WHAT WE NEVER FORGET
according to science, are the things as associated
sociated associated with our early life, such as
Bucklen's Arnl 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.
NEW YORK PROGRESSIVES
LINING IP FOR WILSOX
Columbus. O., Sept. 22. There was
jubilation in the ranks of democracy
yesterday when Gov. Woodrow Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, who Is here as the principal

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figure in the opening of the democratic
campaign in Ohio, gave the stamp of
his hearty approval to the formation
in New York of the Wilson National
Progressive Republican League.
Democratic leaders who learned the
news that the progressive republicans
of New York have lined up for Wilson
say that this makes assurance of a
victory for their champion doubly
sure.

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Tentative Program for the Meetlair to
be- Held at the I alverslty of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Gainesville, Oct. 7 to 11
Tuesday, October H
Grove Sanitation. How the Trees
Grow, What are Fungi and Fungus
Diseases. Fertilizer Experiments in
Citrus Groves, Citrus Diseases.
Wednesday, October ft
Dieback, etc., Withertip. Winterly,
Thrips and Other Citrus Insects. Hard Hard-pan
pan Hard-pan and Florida Soils, Plant Breeding.
Thursday, October 10
Observations in European Groves,
Melanose, Fertiliser Control and Citrus
Fertilizers. Fertilizer Experiments in
Citrus Groves, Frenching, Yellow
Spotting, etc.. Nursery Inspection
Work and Laws.
Popular lectures, 7:30 to 8:13 p. m.
Round table discussions, 8:15 to S:15
p. m. daily.
The Lecturers
Prof. II. II. Hume, Capt. It. E. Rose.
Dr. E. II. Sellars. Dr. A. A. Murphree
and Major Floyd, University of Flor
ida; Director Rolfs. Prof. Floyd, Prof.
Collison, Prof. Belling. Prof. Burger,
Prof. Watson, and Prof Stevens, Ex Experiment
periment Experiment Station, and Dr. Burger,
nursery inspector.
Other important addresses are ex expected.
pected. expected. Hotel accommodations can be secur
ed in Gainesville at ?.25 per day and
up. The public cordially invited.
HOW'S THIS
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is 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.
ODD FELLOWS
Tnlula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock in
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city Invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford. N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
MERIT NEVER LOSES
And Hall's Texas Wonder has merit. It
gives quick and permanent relief In
kidney, bladder and rheumatic trou troubles,
bles, troubles, and seldom one bottle falls to
cure. Write for local testimonials. Dr.
E. W Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis
Mo. Sold by all druggists.
R. A. M. meet Friday night.
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Exclusive
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PORTATION' TRANSPORTATION' COMPANY STEAM STEAMSHIP
SHIP STEAMSHIP LINES
From Jacksonville to Savannah, Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston
anil Providence.
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla,
L. D. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
"Finest Coastwise Trips In the World
Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give 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 and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
R. A. Davit. 87 Wtitilnin St
Ind.. is in hia &th year, tie writes txs : "I hm?
lately suffered much from my kidneys sad blad bladder
der bladder I had MTera backache and my kidney actioa
was too fraqneat, caasin ma to loa much sleep
at nifht, and in my bladder there was constaat
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and a rain abl to
be op and around. Foley Kidaey Puis have bj
Bign umaimwifinwa.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE

AMBASSADOR IS AIRY

At the Unjustifiable Treatment by
Mexican of an American nnd May
Order Marine Ashore
Mexico City, Sept. 23. Ignoring the
usual channels of diplomatic inter intercourse,
course, intercourse, the American ambassador.
Henry Lane Wilson, has made a per per-emptors
emptors per-emptors demand on Gov. Matias Guer Guer-rera
rera Guer-rera of the state of Tamaulipas for the
immediate release from the jail at
Tampico of W. C. Nichols, an Amer American
ican American fruit grower. Nichols was arrest arrested
ed arrested six months ago on a charge of
having killed a bandit. Caballos. whose
apprehension the authorities had at attempted
tempted attempted for many months.
The ambassador was authorized by
the administration at Washington to
employ whatever means he considered
necessary to bring about an amelior amelioration
ation amelioration of Nichols' condition. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Wilson says he will gain his re release
lease release even if it Is necessary to land
marines from the United States cruis cruiser
er cruiser Des Moines now at Tampico.
A IE Mi AFFAIR
Robbery of Uxpretw Package In West
Florida Ha All the Officer.
Guessing
Tensaoola. Sept. 23. The mysterious
robbery of 170,000 in bills out of a
shipment of $75,000 by express from
local banks to Flomaton. Ala., Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, was evidently a well
planned affair. It was not a hold-up.
The money simply disappeared some somewhere
where somewhere apparently after being turned
over by the band to the express com company.
pany. company. It was intended to pay off the
employes of that road through the
Flomaton headquarters. When the
packages were opened they were found
to contain not the long green but old
newspapers cutjo suitable size, which
shows that the robbery was carefully
planned.
The express messengers claim that
the packages, two in number, were de delivered
livered delivered with unbroken seals to the
Louisville and Nashville pay car at
Flomaton. The I & N. people claim
that when they were opened there was
nothing but waste paper in them, save
for one package containing $.1,000,
which the thieves seem to have over
looked.
TIIE MEN WHO SUCCEED
as heads of large enterprises are men
of great energy. Success, today de
mands health. To ail is to fail. Its
utter folly for a man to endure a weak,
run-down, half alive condition when
Electric Bitters will put him right on
his feet In short order. "Four bottles
did me more real good than any other
medicine I ever took," writes Chas. B.
Allen, Sylvania, Ga." After years of
suffering with rheumatism, liver trou trouble,
ble, trouble, stomach disorders, and deranged
kidneys, I am again, thanks to Electric
bitters, sound and well." Try them.
Only 50 cents at Tydings & Co.
OCALA LODGE NO 2S0, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Josejh Bell, Secretary.
Millions in the air. Think 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, these
germs are harmless. If they are torpid
it is Just the condition needed to set
up disease; which at this season Is
generally of a malarial nature. The
moral is use HEROINE to keep the
liver, stomach and bowels in a state of
health and activity. It cures Indiges Indigestion
tion Indigestion and constipation. Price 50c. Sold
by all druggists.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp, No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting Friday evening, Oct. 11,
at Yonge's Hall. Every member is
urged to be present and visitors al always
ways always welcome. B. N. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
The Implicit confidence that many
people have In Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is
founded on their experience in the use
of that remedy and their knowledge of
the many remarkable cures of colic,
diarrhoea and dysentery that It has ef effected.
fected. effected. For sale by all dealers.
MARIO.V-DUXN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
Antoine Delorla. rostmaster at Gar Garden,
den, Garden, Mich., knows the exact facts
when he speaks of the curative value
of Foley Kidney Pills. He says: From
my own experience I recommend Foley
Kidney Pills, as a great remedy for
kidney disease and a good many of my
neighbors were cured by Foley Kidney
Pills." For sale by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
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 ofilce.
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. IL W.
Hendrickson. Ohio Falls. Ind.. writes:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 13 the
best for cough?, colds and croup, and
is my best seller." For sale by all
dealers.
Moose meet Thursday evening.

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

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

THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND

ELECTRICAL
Ocala,
PHONES:
Office, 333.
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52.

Notes Call made by apeelal appointment. Special Genlta Urinary Clfnle
after 7 p. m. each day.

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EAYCKAFT & DIMES'
Phone 438
Bring Yonr Tires and Tubes to be Vulcanized

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DEALERS IN

Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
MANUFACTURERS OF
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET

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ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November -1st
WmdlsdDiT ffiiM'::
Jacksonville, Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M WILSON, Proprietor and Mancscr

& PASTEUR
FLORIDA
BOOKS...
IDE
:: FLORIDA
E. L. STEWART. M. D.
Specialist in Diseases of Eye, Ear.
Nose, Throat and Lungs ,.
INSTITUTE
Florida
OFFICE:
Buite 1 to 7 Holder Rlock, Southwest
Corner of Public Iquare
J. Thompson, Manager
Sand & Stone Co.

OCALA, FLORIDA



OCALA WEEKLY STAR, MOXDAV, SEPT-fcMBIt 25, 1012

OCALA EVENING STAR
Rittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. It. Carroll, ISasiness 3Ianager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

Entered In the poatofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
the nir;n cost op living
It is the staple argument of the re republican
publican republican party Just now that our
country Is afflicted not so much with
the high cost of livins? as it is with
the cost of hlKh living. It is an un undoubted
doubted undoubted fact that we are all liviner
higher now than ever before, and that
we can't live hih without payjnj? for
It. But this is not the entire expla explanation.
nation. explanation. Our natural resources are
more fully developed now than ever
before, we have more ..killed work workmen
men workmen and more efflelf-nt machinery and
the natural result should he that ev everything
erything everything should not only o better but
easier to obtain.
The only reasonable explanation for
unreasonable prices is the special priv privileges
ileges privileges granted by the tariff to the fav favored
ored favored few, enabling them to put their
own prices on the necessaries of life,
while whatever moderation Is shown is
In the matter of luxuries, which the
rich don't have to have, and needn't
pay for If they don't want to.
A score of years ago, the slogan of
the republican party was the protec protection
tion protection of the American worklngman
from the pauper labor of Kurope, and
this argument was so firmly Impressed
on the farmer and mechanic that it Is
difficult foir-tfrany thaai. ta
TTemselves to the fetish today, even
tho they can't help seeing that the
price of food and clothing has far out outstripped
stripped outstripped the Increase in their incomes.
The best way of Impressing on the
American citizen how the tariff robs
under the pretense of protecting him
is to show him how the very articles
raised or manufactured by his skill
and labor, and for which he must
nevertheless pay a high price at home
are sold abroad at a much lower price.
The following from the Atlanta Jour Journal
nal Journal is a very good Instance in point.
"Why the Price of American fleet 1m mo
High at Home
The manager of an Atlanta hotel
points out the interesting fact that In
London the highest quotations for
dressed beef are thirty per cent cheap cheaper
er cheaper than in our home markets. This
circumstance becomes doubly surpris surprising
ing surprising when it is remembered that Eng England
land England produces little or no beef, but im imports
ports imports the bulk of Its supply from the
United States and the Argentine He He-public.
public. He-public. And so we have the anomal anomalous
ous anomalous situation: The London consumer
gets a steak, cut from a cow raised
In this country, far more cheaply than
can the man who breakfasts or dines
In America.
The" hotel men have rightly conclud concluded
ed concluded that in such a state of affairs there
Is something radically unjust and they
have hit upon the one practical means
of relief by urging that the high
tariff on beef be removed.
The International Stewards Asso Association,
ciation, Association, after thorough inquiry, de
clares that the present high prices of
beef are due, not to any natural laws
of supply and demand, but chiefly to a
manipulation of the market by special
Interests. More cattle were raised in
the United States last year than ever
before. The farmers and stockmen
maue Trw-4U"'1" umi. man
gone by. If. then, there is more beef
available and If the producer's prices
are practically unchanged, how does It
happen that the cost to the consumer
is so exorbitantly high?
An answer la found in the fact that
the packing combines are today sell selling
ing selling American beef In London In com
petition with the comparatively low
prices which there prevail. If they
an pay the ocean freights and even
then compete with the English dealer
what logical excuse remains for the
excess of thirty per cent which the
American buyer must pay?
England gets cheap beef, despite the
fact that It does not produce Its own
supply simply because it Is free from
the tariff wall that hems In the Unit
ed States.
If our own ports were open, as Eng
land's are, to the producers of the
world, we should enjoy an equal ad
vantage with our British cousins.
,If the unfair "protection" which the
government now throws around the
beef trusts were abolished, this one
Item in the high cost of living would
certainly be reduced.
If the Interests that now sell their
products in London at London prices,
were taken from under the govern
ment's patronage and placed upon the
square basis of competition in this
country as they are abroad, they could
no longer juggle our markets to suit
themselves.
The effects of the tariff on beef are
typical of the high tariff as a whole
The average family and the average
Individual are taxed upon hundreds of
articles of dally use for the benefit of
giant combinations. This is a matter
that "comes home to men's business
and bosoms. It is this that render it
harder and harder for the people as a
whole to make their earnings and their
common necessities meet. And it is a
nation-wide recognition of this evil
that Is turning the American public
to the democratic party as the one
hope of relief from excessive tariff
burdens.
The republican party stands where
It has always stood on this dominant
Issue; It would continue its policy of
protecting special interests so that
they may go on manipulating prices as
they choose.
The third party would go further
still and legalize the monopolies that
already exist.
The democratic party stands square squarely
ly squarely for a tariff revision that shall be,
as Woodrow Wilson expressed It,
"steadily and unhesitatingly down downward."
ward." downward." AN AUSPICIOUS OUTLOOK
The white public schools of Ocala
open next Monday morning. The at attendance
tendance attendance will be greater than ever
and Mr. Workman, the most efficient
principal the school has ever had, will
bo aided by a carefully selected staff
of teachers. The Star hopes that at its
next opening the high school will be
housed in a commodious and up-to-date
building. To attain this result
will take a great deal of hard work
and public spirit during the next
twelve months.
XEXT Sl'MllY'S TRIP
DOWN TUB RIVER
The Ocala Northern train leaves
Ocala at 8 a. m., arriving at the
springs at 8:20. The City of Ocala
will leave the head of the springs at
o'clock. The fare for the round trip
is SO cents. The places passed on the
.trip are Alexander's Landing, where
the big 2500-acre Carmlchael farm Is
located, Orahamvllle. Connor, Sulphur
Springs. Los Kiss. Gore's Landing.

Dinner will be spread at Sunday Bluff.

The bluff is about seventy-five feet
high. Returning1, the boat will arrive
at the springs at 4 p. m., and the train
leaves for Ocala at 3:20. Lunch bas baskets
kets baskets will be carried by those taking
tne trip as no meals will be served on
the boat.
FARMER GETS LESS, BUT-
He Has to Pay More for What He
Doesn't Raise.
The U. S. Department of Agriculture
baa just announced that notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding the Increased cost o living among
the people aa a whole there was a
greater decline In the prices paid to
farmers from Aug. 1 to Sept. 1 this
year than there was last year.
The average farm prices of the Im Important
portant Important crops (corn, wheat, oats, bar barley,
ley, barley, rye, flaxseed, potatoes, tobacco,
cotton and hay, which represent
about three-fourths of the value of all
the country's crops) declined 7 per
cent during the month, while In that
time last year they declined In price
only 4.4 per cent., and during the last
four years the decline In price aver averaged
aged averaged 3.8 per cent The average of
farm prices on Sept 1 was 2.8 per
cent lower than on thivt date last
year.
Prices paid to farmers on Sept 1
this year, with comparison of prices
paid on the same date last year, fol follow:
low: follow: Articles.
1912.
.w0.776
1911.
10.659
.848
.404
.770
.769
.740
2.036
1.137
14.610
.118
.231
.111
.174
V MWMV W W
Oata .360
Barley .625
Rye 708
Buckwheat ... 766
Flaxseed 1.626
Potatoes 660
Hay 12.140
Cotton 113
Butter 242
Chickens 113
Eggs 191
But the prices on tariff nurtured
articles of manufacture which the
farmer has to buy continue to soar.
TRUTH ABOUT THE TRUST
"Expected Economies from Combina Combination"
tion" Combination" Do Not Materialize.
(Louis D. Brandels In Collier's.)
Leaders of the new (Third Term)
party argue that industrial monopo monopolies
lies monopolies should be legalized, lest we lose
the efficiency of large-scale production
and distribution. No argument could
be more misleading.
It may be safely asserted that In
America there is no line of business
in which all or most concerns or
plants must be concentrated In order
to attain the size of greatest effi efficiency.
ciency. efficiency. For while a business may be
too small to be efficient, efficiency does
not grow indefinitely with increasing
size. What the most efficient size is
can be learned .definitely only by ex experience.
perience. experience. The unit of greatest effi efficiency
ciency efficiency is reached when the disadvan disadvantages
tages disadvantages of size counterbalance the ad advantages.
vantages. advantages. The unit of greatest effi efficiency
ciency efficiency Is exceeded when the disad disadvantages
vantages disadvantages of size outweigh the advan advantages.
tages. advantages. The history of American trusts
makes this clear. That history shows:
First No conspicuous American
trust owes Its existence to the desire
for increased efficiency. "Expected
economies from combination" figure
largely In promoters' prospectuses;
but they have never been a compell compelling
ing compelling motive In the formation of any
trust On the contrary, the purpose of
combining has often been to curb effi efficiency
ciency efficiency or even to preserve Ineffi Inefficiency,
ciency, Inefficiency, thus frustrating the natural
law of the survival of the fittest.
Second No conspicuously profita profitable
ble profitable trust owes its profits largely to
superior efficiency. Some trusts have
been very efficient, as have some in independent
dependent independent concerns; but conspicuous
profits have been secured mainly
through control of the market
through the power of monopoly to fix
prices through this exercise of the
taxing power.
Third No conspicuous trust has
been efficient enough to maintain long
aa against the Independents Its pro proportion
portion proportion of the business of the country
without continuing to buy up, from
time to time, its successful competi competitors.
tors. competitors. There Is plenty of peace about the
Taft candidacy, but nobody claims "It
passeth understanding."
Woodrow Wilson says to the long long-suffering
suffering long-suffering farmer who buys In a trust trust-controlled,
controlled, trust-controlled, highly protected market
and sells his wares In a free market:
"Walk Into your own house and take
possession."
How many of those who are strug struggling
gling struggling with the "High Cost of Living"
believe there Is to be any relief If the
Republican party, which brought It
about remains In power?
The Bull Moose ran things with a
big stick at Washington for seven and
a half years and didn't by act or word
smite the bosses he now rails against
or promote the causes he now "em "embodies."
bodies." "embodies." Being "a practical man," he
asks a third, etc., term.
By applying the common sense test
to Rooseveltlan romance Governor
Wilson manages to keep the country
both amused and thoughtful.
What's a Moosette? A Third Term
peekaboo!
Gov. Wilson said to the newspaper
men, at the New York Press Club
banquet: "Suppose you had a House
of Representatives mixed like the pres present
ent present Senate. I think we could all go
fishing for the next two years." But
he's at the helm and there won't be
any mixing. Democrats that's all.
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 reputation.
utation. reputation. For sale by all dealers.

ARTICLES OF It'KPOH ATIO V

BE
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days from the fir.t publication of this
notice that the undersigned subscrib subscribers
ers subscribers will apply to the Hon. W. S. Eul Eul-lock.
lock. Eul-lock. judge of the circuit court of the
fifth judicial circuit, for a charter for
the Ocala Doard of Trade to operate
as a corporation not for profit to be
governed by the following article of
incorporation :
Article 1. This corporation shall be
known as Ocala Board of Trade, and
hall be located at O.-ala. Florida.
Article 2. The general nature and
object of this corporation shall b the
upbuildinsr of the city of Ocala and
Marion county, the advancing of her
financial interests, the -tablihment
of factories, mills and enterprises, of
benefit to the community at lire. the
layinir out of parks, streets anl boule boulevards
vards boulevards for public use, beautifying of the
r-ity. and for the purpose of in every
way advancing and promulgating the
financial business interests of Oraia
and Marion county.
Article All members of this or organization
ganization organization shall be of ood moral
character over 21 years of aire, and
shall be elected by ballot unless said
election by ballot shall he waived by a
two-thirds vote of those present, said
election to be governed by the by bylaws
laws bylaws of this corporation, but a firm or
i corporation may bec ome a member.
and such firm or corporation shall be
entitled to a vote for each certificate
of membership which it may hold,
subject to the same rules as govern
individual members.
Article 4. This corporation shall
exist for the term of years.
Article o. The names and residences
of the subscribers hereto shall be as
follows:
J. K. Chace.
Commercial Bank.
J. F. Jenkins Sr Co.
C. fKd) Carmichael.
Jake Brown.
Munroe and Chambliss Bank.
Roess Lumber Company.
Louis R. Chazal.
Mclver & MacKay.
Marion Hardware Company.
Tompkins &: Cobb.
Ocala Banner.
C. S. Cullen.
Knight & Lang.
R. S. Hall.
F. J. Huber.
T-:. F.. Robinson.
Ocala Star.
R. C. Muncaster.
Ocala Telephone Co.
Keating Sr Co.
K. P. Rentz.
II. A. Wartmann.
J. R. Dewey.
F. XV. Ditto.
Maurice Straus?.
A. M. Lansford.
O. S. Scott.
J. D. Rooney.
O. B. Howse.
McDowell ("rate & Lumber Co.
Florida Title fc Abstract Co., R. S.
Rogers, president.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Dr. F. F. McClane.
J. M. Thomas.
David S. Williams. Jr.
B. F. Condon.
J. M. Meffert,
R. L. Martin.
D. XV. Davis.
George Rentz.
R. Anderson.
H. A. Fausett.
K. XV. Davis.
B. F. Magaw.
Clarence Camp.
C. M. Livingston.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
Article 6. The officers of this cor corporation
poration corporation shall consist of a president,
vice president, secretary. treasurer,
and a board of five directors, any
member of said corporation being en entitled
titled entitled to hold the office of director, to together
gether together with that of any other office
herein named at the same time, all of officers
ficers officers to be elected annually at a
meeting to be held for such purpose
on the second Wednesday of January
each year.
Article 7. The names of the officers
who are to manage the affairs of the
corporation until the first election,
under this charter, are as follows:
J. K. Chace, president.
C. n-M) Carmichael. vice president.
R. C. Muncaster, secretary.
Jake Brown, treasurer.
BIreolnr
George MacKay.
.1. C. Boozer.
A. C. Cobb.
XV. A. Knight.
C. (Ed) Carmichael.
Article 8. The highest amount of
indebtedness or liability to which this
corporation may at any time subject
itself shall be to the amount of two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the value of th property of
the corporation.
Article !. The by-laws of this cor corporation
poration corporation shall be made, changed and
rescinded by a majority of the mem members
bers members of this corporation.
Article 10. The maximum amount of
value, in real estate, which this cor corporation
poration corporation may hold shall be twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five thousand dollars.
In witness whereof, we have here hereunto
unto hereunto set our hands and seals on this
the 12th day of September, A. D. lf12.
County of Marion.
State of Florida.
Before me, the undersigned author authority,
ity, authority, on this duty personally appeared
Jake Brown, to me well known a? one
of the incorporators whose name is
subscribed above and acknowledged
before me that he executed said char charter
ter charter for the uses, purposes and consid consideration
eration consideration therein stated.
In testimony whereof. witness my
hand and official seal on this the 12th
day of September. 1!12. A. F. Gerlg.
(Seal). Notary Public.
County of Marion.
State of Florida.
Before me. the undersigned author authority,
ity, authority, on this day personally appeared
Jake Brown, whose name is subscribed
herein, to me well known, and who
being by me well known, and who be being
ing being bv me duly -worn, deposes and
s.tv-j that it i the intent anl goo.t
faith to carry out the purpose atvl
objects set forth in the above sr.'
foregoing charter. Jake Brown.
Subscribed and sworn b-fore me. the
undersigned authority, on this the 12th
day of September. T.M2. A. I". Gerig.
)Seal. Notary Public
DR LIVINGSTON'S
ROOT AND HERB TEA
The Great I Mood Pnrlffler and Nerve
Tonic, for Rheimtatlnm. Kidney and
Illailder Tronle Price Mr.
Ilr. MvlncMtnn'M DUpepolne Powiler.
for Indirection anil Stomach Trou Trouble
ble Trouble Price r0 Centa
Or. UvlnCHtonN Ooldrn Catarrh Ilalni,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price 0 Centa
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR NO PAY
Tbeae Remedies Can Alwaya he Found
at the Coart Pfcarma-Tt Oraia, Fla.

Fon salt:

FOR SALE An incubataor in good
condition. lGO-tgsr capacity. Price
fl2..0. 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. Gate;. Jr.. Anthony. Fla,
One young cow. Will milk in No November.
vember. November. Will give 1 gallons. 120. 12
Indian Runner ducks. $12. Apply Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Printing Company.
Two fine cows for sale, one calf two
and one" seven months old. Address R.
R. Emmitt, York, Fla.
FOR SALE OR LEASE 20 acres of
good pine land under cultivation with
buildings and well. Owner going north.
Fred C. Smith, Levon, Fla., Box 39.
wiLinvoon
Sumter County Times)
J. C. Johnson has sold his house and
lot to W. D Gamble and moved his
family to Inverness to be with his son.
J. K. Johnson, who is in the livery bus business
iness business there.
W. D. Gamble and wire left last
Wednesday for a ten days trip visit visiting
ing visiting relatives and friends in South
Carolina.
Mrs. A. P. Canova and daughter.
Miss Lottie, have returned home after
an extended visit among relatives and
friends at New Smyrna and other
points on the east coast.
A. P. Canova has moved his family
from south of town and is occupying
one of W. D. Gamble's houses near the
Methodist church.
The infant child of Mr and Mrs. T.
R. Wynn died last Friday morning
and was buried at Adamsville ceme cemetery
tery cemetery Wednesday morning. Rev. E. D.
Luter conducted the burial services at
the grave.
It. K. VOXKK AGAIX IN
TIIK PLlMRIXi IUIEiS
R. E. Yonue Co. are again in the
plumbing business at No. 4", 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.
LOTS FOR SALE
Nice corner lots. South Ninth and
Sinchez streets. Magnolia Place, for
sale cheap. Lots of building in this
part of town. John M. Graham.
SUMTERY1LLE
(Sumter County Times)
Miss Susie Lambert, our charming
assistant teacher, received a letter
from her home at Sparr, stating that
her brother had a very high fever and
left Tuesday to see him. We sincerely
hope he is much better ere this, and
that she can speedily return.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
KNIGHTS OF PTTIIIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. P. S.
EPISCOPAL RECTORY FOR RENT
The new Episcopal rectory eight
rooms, all modern conveniences, close
to business center. Apply to J. M. God God-dard
dard God-dard at the Colonial Hotel.
Kindergarten and Primary School
Oprnn Monday, Sept. HO
In Kindergarten Rooms
Faculty:
Misses Hallie Ley, Lydia McDougald
and Minnie Stovall
Regular Kindergarten course. Spe Special
cial Special classes in primary grade. Rates
and terms on application.
ROOMS WANTED
Wanted, one. two or three rooms In
good location for young couple. Will
answer if furnished for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping or if unfurnished. Address
Box 2'X), city.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE DOARD OF TRADE
Get your certificates Tramea at the
Ocala News Co.
CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
PICNIC AT OAK GROVE
There will be an annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak Grove on Saturday
October 5th, 1912, and there will also
be two baseball games, one before noon
and one in the afternoon. Everybody
is invited to come and enjoy the day.
Refreshments will be served by a com committee.
mittee. committee. SANITARY MILK
The Ocala Heights Dairy can furnish
pure milk and cream. Call phone 421,
or stop the wagon.
HORSE FOIl SALE
Cheap for cash, a seven year old
horse. Address Box 15, Anthony. Fla.
Triumph cf Right.
One thought breathed Into a man
rray regenerate him. The Idea of
freedom in ancient and modern repub republics,
lics, republics, the idea of inspiration in various
religion? poets, how have these tri triumphed
umphed triumphed over worldly Interests W E
(""banning
TOCK FOR SALE
For .-ale cheap, for cash, three shares
i200) of the capital stock of the Ocala
Fertilizer Company. If interested in in-.juire
.juire in-.juire at Star office.
Scotch Alarm Clock.
A tourist in rural Scotland took ref refuge
uge refuge for the night In the cottage of an
old lady. He asked her to wake him
up early In the morning, warning her
that he was quite deaf. Upon awak awakening
ening awakening much later than the appointed
hour he found that the old lady, with
strict regard for the proprieties, had
slipped under the door a Blip of paper
upon which was written: "Sir, It's
half past eight"

1

The Children of Florida Veed Your
Help Work for the Coaatltutloaal
Amendment for Bonding- for Sehool
Parpoaea.
There is a matter of vital import importance
ance importance before the people of the state
that does not seem to be receiving the
attention it is worthy of from the
right thinking people of the state. It
is possible that it has not been brought
to their attention in a forcible manner
although some of the papers of the
state have devoted columns of their
editorial pages to It.
The Woman's Club of Ocala is do doing
ing doing all in their power to get the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the voters and the Hoard
of Trade endorsed their efforts at the
last meeting they held.
At the last session of the legislature
It was decided to place before the peo people
ple people an amendment to the constitution
authorizing the issue of bonds for
school purposes as under the present
constitution an issue of bonds for
school purposes would be illegal, for
with every bond issue a tax must be
levied to create a sinking fund for the
redemption of the bonds and for pay paying
ing paying the interest on same. The supreme
court has already decided that this
would be a school tax in excess of the
limits of the constitution which would,
of course, make it Invalid.
At the November election every tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer will have an opportunity to ex express
press express his views at the polls and it is
hoped that the amendment will carry
with an overwhelming majority.
The present school tax is totally in inadequate
adequate inadequate to supply the needs of our
children and afford them the necessary
educational advantages, which compels
a continual solicitation of private or
charitable contributions and even with
the liberal manner in which the citi citizens
zens citizens of our state have responded to
the various calls made on them there
is a considerable deficiency in the
amount necessary to give the children
of the state the proper education. Our
school teachers at the present time are
underpaid and overworked as there is
not a sufficient number of them and
funds are not at the disposal of the
school board to fully pay them for
their time. At the last meeting of our
county commissioners a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation was made that one teacher donate
$." a month so that she would be able
to have an assistant, as the present
funds were not large enough to pay
an assistant without outside help. No
comments were made on this frightful
condition but imagine a hard working
school teacher having to donate $" per
month for -the education of children
when her present salary is hardly suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to give her a living. This con condition
dition condition should stop and the taxpayers
bear these burdens.
Our children are the ones to whom
will fall the burden of perpetuating
the honor of the grand state of Flor Florida
ida Florida and what greater work can the
present generation do than to fit them
properly to carry the burdens we will
place upon them. Good roads are nec necessary
essary necessary and a great educational feature
In themselves; they are the means of
enabling the children to take advant advantage
age advantage of the opportunit ies we now offer:
they are the means of the farmers be being
ing being able to better their condition so
they may be able to offer even better
opportunities than those now at hand
but let us better our school system
first and the good roads will take
care of themselves for by the uplift uplifting
ing uplifting of our children we will make the
conditions of every home better, which
will result in the betterement of all of
our surroundings.
It is to be hoped that the efforts of
the Woman's Club will result in much
good and that the voters of Marion
county will prove that they are al always
ways always ready and willing to work for
the uplifting of our children and
making for the state of Florida men
and women that will continue to keep
our state in the forward march of
progress. To the mothers of Marion
county each and every voter owes a
sacred duty and when they request
the support of the voters for a measure
that will lighten their burden, let us
come forth and grant their request.
Every friend of the children of
Florida should go to the polls and
vote for this amendment and do all
possible to influence the votes of
others in favor of this all important
movement. R. C. Muncaster.
HAVE 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
a fatcory finish. We are now turning
out several handsome pieces of work
and It would pay you to call at the
shop and look them over. Our up upholstering
holstering upholstering and covering department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re repairs
pairs repairs to an entire new job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works,
W. F. McAteer. Proprietor.
WE WILL MAIL YOU fl
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Hroken Jewelry and
Trecious Stones. Money sent by return
mail
Pblla.
Smelting: & ReFlnlni? Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
t3 Chentnut St Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTISTS
We
will buy your Gold Fillings,
Scrap and platinum. Highest
paid.
Gold
prices
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When you have a languid, stretchy feeling, achey sensations In the
lees, sallow complexion, bad breath, disordered stomach, constipated
bowels and you feel "no account. blue and discouraged, LOOK OUT FOR

You Have the Symptoms and If You Do Not Do Something
You Will Sure! Have the Disease.

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It Is a medie ine cf marvelous power In ridding: the system of Malarial perms. It acts promptly;
the first dose brings improvement, a few davs use drives out the disease completely.
As a Chill remedy. Heroine is vastly superior to the old style eyrups which sicken thp stomach.
It contains no quinine or poisonous ineredients. Its anti-periodic effect Is derived purely from herbs
which destroy the eerms that have found their way into the system, and, through the admirable pur purgative
gative purgative effect of tho medicine, they are driven out of the body.
In all Malarial disorders the Liver Is the starting point. It Is torpid, and as a result the system
full of bilious impurities a condition in which the malarial erm thrives. Lnder the influence of
Herbine the Liver becomes active aeain. the system Is clea "" of disease sern
the dieestion is strengthened and the bowels regulated. V hen the vital organs are purMed and
wokiK fS pir-,ts,or sallowness. Tho body is lull to over-
flowinf with a nne reelics of rigor, strength and cheerfulness.

JAMES F. BALLARD
StevWrna Eye Salve la

AWATI(0iM
A Bank's usefulness to the people of the commun community
ity community depends entirely upon its ability to properly care
for such banking business as the bank may seek or is
offered.
The organization on the pystem and the ability of
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank is thorough in erery re respect,
spect, respect, and its willingness to care for the varied bushress
interests of this and adjoining counties, is evidenced in
the fact that it has been doing this very thing for the
past fifteen years.
The Munroe and Chambliss Bank has the Organiza Organization
tion Organization necessary to give your banking airairs Ihc careful
and prompt Attention you require.
We Will be Pleased to Serve You.
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BAM
Ocala, Florida

f DR. A. L. BLALGCK
V PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Olfices Over The
'X OCALA,
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'Phone 211

SIVIIXM'lS BARGAINS
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only .. .. 10.00
1 C-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition lK.r0
1 Home-Made Desk and Dook Case, glass doors, only OJo
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another Tor only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and f Records, only ."i.75
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Rargain at only O.IKl
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12.HT
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20ct SOc, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, sort tone, 20 0 for 10f
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for iron beds, $3l
SMITH'S, Back ol Variety Store

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MARION COUNTY FAIR

Open to Marion county horses only. Horses barred that havo not. been
owned in the county at least six months prior to date of races. 4
In all races, five horses to enter, three to go.
Entrance Fees: 5 per cent, of purses, also 5 ier cent of winnings.
All purses to be divided Into three moneys: CO per cent, to 1st; 25 per
cent, jto 2nd; 15 per cent, to 3rd.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912
1st Race Three minute class. Rest two in three mile heals. Purse, CO.
2nd Race Motorcycle Race; ten miles. Purse, $15.
3rd Race 2:40 Class. Rest two In three, mile heats. Purse, $50.
4th Race Running, half mile dash. Purse, $25.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1912
1st Race Motorcycles; ten miles. Purse, $25.
2nd Race Open to horses that have never entered a race. Half mile
heats. Best two in three. Purse, $50.
3rd Race 2:30 Class. Rest two in three, mile heats. Purse, $50,
4th Race Running, half mile dash. Purse, $25.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912
1st Race Motorcycles, ten miles. Open to winners In 1st and 2nd
days Races. Purse, $15.
2nd Race Free for all, Marion county horses; best two In three, mile
heats. Purse, $50.
3rd Race Open to horses beaten in 1st and 2nd day's Races. Rest
two in three, half mile heats. Purse, $50.
4 th Race Open only to horses driven by negroes. Rest two In three.
Half mile heats. Purse, j50.
5th Race Mule Race; negro riders; half mile dash (no fee).
Purse, $15.
0th Race Running; half mile dash. Purse, $25.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912
1st Race Motorcycle; ten mlle3. Open to losers In prior three days
races. Purse, $15.
2nd Race Colts and Fillies, Marion county raised. Rest two In three.
Half mile heats. Purse, $50.
3rd Race Free for all, Marion county horses. Rest two In three, mile
heats. Hopples barred. Purse, $50.
4th Race Running, half mile dash. Purse, $23.
The Association reserves the right to substitute other races for those
which do not fill, or make changes to conform to entries. Rules, Ameri Ameri--
- Ameri-- '"'-Ung Association, to govern. J. M. MEFFERT,
JNO. L. EDWARDS,
S. R. PYLES,
Executive Committee.

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OCAIiA EVEXP7Q STAR, MO VDAY, SEPTEMBER 553, 1912

Extracts Erom -a ifary

"ONE MAN' SYSTEM"
44 We talked with one of our customers yesterday. We
spoke of the cost of living. He says he started on very
small wages, and managed to save money. It seemed al almost
most almost impossble, but he began by making a schedule of liv living
ing living expenses, those things abolutely necessary. What re remained
mained remained he called his profit, and used balf for pleasure ex expenses,
penses, expenses, Having the other half. He said it was all due to
the little system he used and knowing exactly what he
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THE WAY TO SAVE-HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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AS with an expensive, high power
racing automobile, so with groceries. The human ma machine
chine machine needs the best fuel to get the greatest efficiency
from it just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see .a human wreck. You owe it to yourself --for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good wholesome food.
That is YOUIl fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make the right kind of fuel
for you. because they are made from Whole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers, Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted), Educator luncheon Biscuit, Educator Sweet
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers, Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Dran Cookies, a natural laxative.
. IL Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174

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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 Tiding 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 Home Member of

your Family Depends on them.
EEDJLDrGlIZi

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We have a Complete Stock of Drug and Druggists Sup.
plies of All Kinds Send to Us for your Drugs and Med Med-icines
icines Med-icines and to have your Prescriptions Filled. : : :
THE COURT PHARMACY
"The Drug Slore On The Square"
PHONE 284, NIGHT PHONE 289

lFlopac&a
Observes at This Drug Store.
Vital, in the Service of a Drug

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
K .of P. meet tonight.
Elka meet tomorrow evening
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Hoard of Trade Wednesday night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Mr. H. M. Hampton is attending to
legal business in Dade City today.
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
5eeds.
Dr. D. M. Smith and wife are peeing
the fights of Washington City.
A new line of toilet requisites Just
In. Gerlg's Postoffice Drugstores.
Mr. C. R Connor is home from a
business visit to Alabama.
Cottage for rent. Good location.
Apply to Yonge's Tin Shop.
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store.
Mrs. r.elle Deen is now at Raxley,
Ga., and expects to be In Ocala by
Oct. 1.
While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company.
Laurie Benjamin left
Loretto, to resume his
Joseph's Academy.
yesterday for
studies at St.
Mr. W. I Colbert, who was quite
sick last week, is again able to attend
to his duties as county tax collector.
Mr. Will Gray, of the Ocala billiard

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parlor, is out after a severe spell of!entlre farm with two-story. 10-roorp

sickness
Mr. J. H. Spencer returned Saturday
night from a business trip to Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins are on
their way home from their visit to
North Carolina.
One young cow. Will milk In No November.
vember. November. Will give 12 gallons. $20.
Apply Taylor Printing Company.
Mrs. Osteen is enjoying a visit from
her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Smith, and
baby of Clearwater.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co.
Mrs. II. H. Kemp and daughter, Miss
Lorayne, are home from a visit to rel relatives
atives relatives in Alabama.
Mrs. D. R. Connor is expected home
from Georgia this evening or tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerlg's Postoffice Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.
Welch Dewey Is able to be out for
the first time since his recent spell of
fever.
Mrs. R. G. Blake and son Robert
went to Martel today to spend a few
days with friends.
Store for rent, corner of Fort Kin?
avenue and Magnolia street. Apply to
Jerry Burnett.
V
House for rent In north end of
town, ten rooms, $20 per month. Ap
ply to G. D, Hogan.
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerlgs Postoffice Drugstores.
Mr. T. D. Dillon
was in the city.
Ocala friends Sat-
greeting his many
urday and Sunday.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap.
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerlg's Postoffice Drugstores.
Mr. Edwin Spencer went to Jackson
ville yesterday to accompany his wife
and baby home.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerlg's Postoffice Drugstores.
Mr. Jake Brown has been sick for the
past three days with a very high
fever. He is better today and is able
to be at work.
Mr. Dan Whitfield is now with the
Southern Express Company, driving
one of the wagons.
Messrs. W. H. Smith and H. O. Col Collier
lier Collier and son. prominent citizens of Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, were in town Saturday, coming
down In Mr. Collier's car.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with her sisters and returned this
morning to her school duties at Ken Ken-drick.
drick. Ken-drick. Rev. T. J. Nixon preached at An Anthony
thony Anthony yesterday, then went to Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland to attend the meeting of the
trustees of Southern College.
Miss Pearl Leonard arrived from
Jacksonville yesterday, to visit her
mother, Mrs. L. V. Leonard, and her
sister. Miss Clare, for a few days.
Some of the boys, and some of the
old boys, are not feeling so well this
morning, owing to having had too
much fun Saturday night.
Miss Florence Dozier. after a visit
of some weeks to her grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Len Dozier, returned to
her home in Jacksonville this morning.
Miss Zelma Luter arrived from Or-
hando Saturday and will be the guest
jof Miss Louise P.ooe for a couple of
i weeks.
i George Feltham held the lucky
'ticket at the Air Dome Saturday night
and won the beautiful silk umbrella
'furnished by H. A. Waterman.
The Maddoeks-Field Co.. wh'ch will
be at the Temple for the next three
nights, came in over the A. C. L. last
night.
Arkansas Chili & Fever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrippe.
Tydlngs & Co.
Mr. Jos. E. Wilson, who represents
the Remington -Typewriter Company In
this territory, will be at the Ocala
House every Wednesday and Thursday
to meet his patrons.

BOARD OF TRADE

Let all members of the Board of
Trade remember to be present at the
meeting in the board headquarters
Wednesday evening. Progress will be
reported in many public affairs, and
others will be brought before the
board.
W. C. T. U. MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. U. will be held at the resi
dence of Mrs. J. B. Ley on Tuesday aft
ernoon at 3:30 o'clock. An Interesting
program has been prepared in honor
of the birthday of Miss Frances Wll Wll-lard.
lard. Wll-lard. This will also be an important
business meeting and a large attend
ance is desired.
OCALA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
The Ocala School of Music will com
mence Its fifth anrual term Sept. 30,
1912, with Miss Mary Clayton Connor,
directress, and Misses Annie Laurie
Perry, piano, and Lillie Bailey, violin.
assistants.
Anyone wishing lessons should write
or see Miss Connor at her studio. No.
1, Fort King avnue, (corner Fort
King avenue and Magnolia street).
For the benefit of placing pupils the
studio will be open Sept. 26th and 27th,
from 10 to 12 a. m. and 4 to 6. p. m.
DR. W. K. LAXE
Regular office hours: 9
to 12 a. m.;
FOR SI.E AT A BRGU
Five acres of good land at the two-
mile post on the Blitchton hard road.
Apply to I". J. Theus.
ATTENTION', ROAD BUILDERS
I wish to have a road built on my
place south of town. Call at my office
and see specifications. R. L. Anderson.
320-A CHE FARM FOR SALE
On account of not being able to work
and care for same, I am offering my
dwelling house and ten tenant housed,
farming Implements and everything a
it now stands cheap for cash to a quic
purcnaser. or price write at once o
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 Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company.
OLLIE MOHDIS MARKET OPEX
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis Is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully.
OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
Among those who came up from th
lake on the early train this mornin
were Messrs. D. R. Mclver, Geora?
MacKay, Hugo Mcintosh. C E. Conno
Driggers and Kichline.
A number of young men passed thru
this morning on their way to the Uni University
versity University of Florida at Gainesville.
Among them were Mr. Richardson, Mr.
Kincaid and Mr. Graham, friends of
Mr. Bruce Meffert.
Mr. George MacKay, Jr., left on the
early morning train today for Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where he will go by boat to
Boston to resume his studies at the
Boston Tech.
p
Mr. John Ley from Tampa spent
yesterday with his parents In Ocala.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley. He came up
on the early morning train and left on
the midnight Seaboard. Mr. Ley has a
good position m Tampa and his friends
here will be glad to know that he is
succeeding nicely.
Mr. Wallace Stovall was brought up
from Tampa Friday night with a very
severe case of dengue fever. He Is
with his mother and sister at Mrs.
Howse's residence on Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Mr. Stovall was resting com comfortably
fortably comfortably this morning and his many
friends here hope he will soon be him himself
self himself again.
Mr. Ed Carmichael received a phone
message from his farm yesterday in informing
forming informing him that the colt of his very
valuable race horse. Lady Lou, was
struck by lightning Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon as it was coming across a vacant
field. Mr. Carmichael valued this
colt very highly, having recently re refused
fused refused an offer of five hundred dollars
for It.
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael and
Miss Georgia Mulhall spent yesterday
with Mr. Ed Carmichael. They report
the road from Silver Springs almost
impassable in many places. The heavy
rains have softened tha clay where It
has been used on the road and it has
made big holes so deep that a car can cannot
not cannot pass through them and the woods
are so thick that they can hardly go
around.
Mr. Ausley's house In the second
ward is progressing nicely. He will
have one of the prettiest homes In
this neighborhood when It is complet completed.
ed. completed. Quite a lot of excitement was caus caused
ed caused late Saturday afternoon by a drunk drunken
en drunken negro in' the court house. He had
gone up stairs to ee Judge Lyles, who
told him to go home before he got into
trouble. On his way down the steps
from the second floor he fell and rolled
to the second landing, his head break
ing through the glass window at that
point and protruding over the outside
steps. Thi.s created so much noise
that Deputy Sheriff West went out to
see what the trouble was, and found
the nesro resting very comfortably
with his neck and head through the
broken window. The negro was not
hurt at all but was given a chance to
explain in the recorder's court this
mornlns how he hanrene1 to be so
fortunate.
People on the square late Saturday
asternoon enioved a good laugh at a
negro man and his stubborn wife
After trying for about five minutes to
make her see things his way, he be
came tired of talking, took his buggy
whip and gave her a sound whipping.
after which she readily listened to
reason.
Running up and down stairs, sweep
ing and bending over making beds will
not make a woman healthy or beau
tlful. 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.

AIR DOME

A TkrrMM
II t tie GlTea
Thl Week
a Prise
On Saturday night another Thermos
bottle will be given away at the Air
Dome. The tickets all this week will
be good as chances on it. The pro program
gram program for tonight is an exceptionally
good one, and is as follows:
A White Hope. S. & A. comic.
On the Pupil of His Eye. A great
detective story by the Vitagraph Com Company,
pany, Company, featuring Maurice Costello.
The Sands of Dee. A Blograph pic picture,
ture, picture, featuring the pretty Biograph
girls.
Handsome prizes tonight. The seats
will be dry at the Air Dome no matter
how hard It rains.
HADDOCKS-FIELD COMPANY
AT THE TEMPLE TONIGHT
The members of this clever com company
pany company will open their engagement at
the Temple this evening with "The
Man Who Wins." They will have
bright and happy plays, interspersed
with many interesting specialties this,
tomorrow and Wednesday evenings
and deserve good audiences. Prices
are unprecedented for plays and play players
ers players of such merit 15, 25 and 33 cents.
THREE FIRST-CLASS GAMES
THE NEXT THREE DAYS
The Adel-Lake City baseball con contestants
testants contestants will play on the Ocala dia diamond,
mond, diamond, the weather permittine. this,
tomorrow and Wednesday afternoons.
The games promise to be full of In Interest.
terest. Interest. Abercrombie, the famous Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville player, will pitch for Lake
City and Wood, also of name and
fame, will pitch for Adel.
Turn out and see some tine games,
and also incidentally help the Ocala
baseball association.
IMPROVING THE STORE
Rheinauer & Co. took advantage of
Saturday being a holiday and their
store closed to arrange for a large
force of workmen to spend the day in inside
side inside the store making some improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Steel embossed ceiling is be being
ing being placed on the main portion of the
store, that owned by Rhelnaner fi -Co.,
and the workmen ma4e good. haaUwa
.Saturday. Up stairs Rheinauer & Co.
have just had assembled a huge coat coat-suit
suit coat-suit cabinet, which they recently re received
ceived received from the manufacturers. -Their
many lady customers will appreciate
at cabinet when they fee it.
NASH'S STORE XOW A BEAUTY
G. A. Nash & Co. have the work prac practically
tically practically completed on their store, the
windows cleaned and dressed and the
store presents a first-class, up-to-date
appearance and is in keeping with the
progress of the city. Mr. Nash's store
front Is practically a duplicate of
Messrs. Helvenston & Pasteur's, next
door, which was rebuilt some time
ago.
RESULTS OP
FOOTBALL MEETING
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' The bovs who are going to
piay
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football this year held a very interest!!
ing meeting Saturday night at the
fice of Mr. D. W. Davis. There were
quite a number present and some very
important matters were taken up.
rton Davis, who was captain of the
earn last year, was re-elected to the
ea
OUR PfflCIES
What Are You Paying?
Rlue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
Extract, two lOc bottles for. l."c
Regular 2."c. size for 20c
Large Pail Snowdrift $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift .0c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil ,50c
Blue Hen Matches per pkg ic
O Cakes Exiost Rorax Soap. . .25c
Raker's or Hurler's Chocolate
per pound ft5c
3 Cans Van Camp's Reans 25c
Van Camp's Red Kidney Reans
per can 10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . .10c
Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3 .
..for c
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Roy Coffee, per iound. .30c
3 Pkes. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Pkgs. Lipton's Jelly Tablets. .2
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .22c
3 Cans 5c. fiold Evaiorated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 2.c
15 yz Pounds Sngar $.1.00
14 Pounds Whole Rice S.lOO
Old Country Rlend Tea, ier lb . 50c
5 Gallons Oil 0c
Rulk Oatmeal per pound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
Cheese, per pound -"c
6 Cans Karo Syrup ""
Heinz Vinegar, per gallon 35c
Irish Potatoes, per peck 30c
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c
12-lb. Sack PiNbury Flour 50c
24-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour. . .Sl.OO
Half Rarrel PiKbury Flour . .$3.75
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 50c
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour . .$1.00
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ...$1.95
00 lls. Henry Clay Flour $3.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.5
One Rarrel Henry Clay Hour $7.15
12 lb. Rob White Flour 45c
24 lbs. Boh White Hour 5c
OO lbs. 15ob White Hour $3.35
Half-barrel Rob White Flour. .$3.50
One Rarrel Rob White Flour. .$0.50
CARtl-THOHAS CO.

KEEP YOUR THUMB ON THE
DOLLAR

Deposit your money in our Bank It
encourages thrifty, economical habits of
saving. : : :
Pay All Bills By Check
Through our Bank. It's the simplest
and safest way as well as being up-to-date :
and convenient You can rely on our Bank

CAPITAL miT
H. m. ITCKE.
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FlUwrMa AMtto Salles Co.
North of Government Building Ocala Fla.

Call np Phone 300 and Let

PLUIViBiN

AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save Yon Honey on Any Work In Oar Uces
Am Hf employ none bat expert vre are la poltla t aaraatc ev every
ery every plere of work we roafttrnet to Mand the laapeetloa of the aaet
rlald Inspector. It could nothtnar to art onr flaarea, aad fm arc the
vtlaaer, whether we eerare the roatrart or aot. CIt a trial.
M. W. TUCKER

FORT KING BLOCK
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same position for the coming season.
Clifford Teabody, who was the man manager
ager manager last year, was also re-elected to
of-Vine same position.
SHurintrnari pe--will bp -reTecled later.
It was decided to start praet'ee at
once and to play the first game some
time next month. Tampahas written
for dates for two ffames,find It is pos
sible that one 6X the rlrst Karnes will
be with Tampa rqOoala. The first
practice will be htfvthis afternoon at
the fair Rroundx at 4VQ'cloek. All of
the boys willygo out in Jhir suits and
real work will begin at oner. Norton
Davis wjll coach the team until a reg
ular cpacn can ne secured.
Mrs. V. C. Howes, of Tort Oransre,
who spent some months most pleas
antly in the pretty mountain town of
Klijay, Ga., stopped here last week to
visit her niece and nephew, Mrs. T. C.
Luckie and Mr. I'sher Norwood. Fhe
left Friday for Clearwater, to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Walter Sparkman,
for a few days before returning to her
home on the east coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Jeftcoat returned
Saturday from Columbia. S. C. They
were accompanied by Miss Rosalie
Jeffcoat, who will spend some time
with her brothers and their families.
Messrs. D. S. Williams and T. T.
Munroe returned Saturday evening
from their visit to Captain Alfred at
Port Inetlis. They had much sport
with the finny tribe and brought back
a large basketfull of fine fish.
Mr. C. II. Dame is doing much good
work for the Woodmen these days.
When he returns from Salem, Va., with
his daughters, Mrs. II. W. Tucker and
Miss Lois Dame, he will go to Tampa,
the Woodmen of which place have en engaged
gaged engaged him to add at least 400 new
members to their already strong
camps.
Mrs. M. E. Robinson and daughters,
Misses Fanny and Rosebud, returned
from a vis t to Savannah this morning.
Mr. Robinson went after them and ac accompanied
companied accompanied them home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trice, after a
pleasant visit to Dr. Blitch and family,
returned to their home in Keuka yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mrs. Trice is well and favora favorably
bly favorably remembered amonsr Marion county
teachers as Miss L,ily rr Haver.
Mr. and Mrs. T V. Leavengood have
returned from a very pleasant vaca vacation
tion vacation in I'enn.ylvania. Mrs. Leaven Leaven-good
good Leaven-good went by St. Augustine, to see her
sister. Mrs. Hill and bring back her
son, Hansel, but Mr. I came on to
Ocala and is again at his desk in the
Banner office.
Mrs. W. T. Gary will leave this
week for Asheville, and from there
will go to Wanesville and the Black
mountains. She expects to be away
until the latter par of November.
As we expected, the baseball game
between Adel and Lake City was
broken up by rain Saturday afternoon.
but the players stayed over Sunday
and are linins un for a same a the
Star goes to press.
Mrs. B. N. Looney and son George
returned last niarht from their summer
trip, which included New York, Thlla Thlla-delphia.
delphia. Thlla-delphia. Atlantic City. Washington,
Columbia and Savannah. They were
accompanied by Mr. Claude Nelson
from Columbia.
Mr. M. E. Robinson talked with
Seaboard officials in Jacksonville yes
terday and they told him that every
thing was working along favorably
for the early train from the south to
Ocala.
The clock In the courthouse tower
stopped at five minutes to six Satur
day afternoon, and the people on the
square who have come to depend on It
for the time of day find It very Incon
venient, as they have to ask the" time
instead of looking at the clock.

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lacking In either the quality or quan quantity
tity quantity of our auto supplies. Here you
can obtain everything from a small
wrench to a set of new tires and at a
price that reduces the upkeep of your
SKJiInepy many per cen
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OCALA FLORIDA
WEATHER REPORT
Following; are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during: the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 70 degrees.
Maximum, 87 degrees.
Average, "7 degrees.
Rainfall, .05.
Rainfall Saturday, 2.71.
ATTEMPTED nOIHlRIlY
Mr. Floyd, who lives Just back of
Mr. S. T. Slstrunk in the third ward,
was startled Friday Sght when 'he
heard some one trying to break Into
his house. He went outside, but could
see no one, and again retired. A lit-,
tie later In the night he was awakened
by 'smelling a strange odor In his
room and upon Investigating be found
that some one' had opened a window
in his room and thrown a quantity of
chloroform in the room on the floor.
Mr. Floyd was very weak and sent one
of his children to open the front door
so he could get some fresh air. When
the child opened the door she saw a
negro man run out of the yard and
down the street. In the morning: Mr..
Floyd saw where the man had crawled
under the house, evidently hiding
there after his first attempt to break
into the house. Mr. Floyd knows no
reason for the man's actions other
than for the purpose of robbing the
house.
Van Boney is not able to. be at his
bicycle shop today on account of hav
ing fever. He was taken sick Satur
day morning.
A fine little' son was born Saturday
morning tQ Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Trox Trox-ler
ler Trox-ler at their home on South Second
street. Mr. and Mrs. Troxler have six
sons and one daughter. It only takes
nine smart boys to make a baseball
team.
Mrs. C. C. Arms returned last night
from Jacksonville, where she has been
visiting Mrs. Spellman since her re return
turn return from New York. Mrs. Arms says
she has never enjoyed any trip she has
ever taken as much as this one. She
will re-open her dining room on next
Monday.
Joe McCorkle and George Feltham
have opened a drink stand In Mrs.,
George Feltham's front yard. The
boys will sell coca-cola and Ice cream
to the people that pass that way. So
far they have had very good success.
Mr. G. D. Hogan and family expect
to leave in a few days for a visit to
Arizona. Mr. Hogan has not been
well for some months, and hopes to
find benefit in the dry, bracing air of
that far-western state.
Mr. C. H. Dame left Saturday night
for Salem. Va.. to visit his brother,
Mr. J. T. Dame, whom he has not seen
in thirty-three years. Mr. Dame will
spend some time there and Will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied home by his daughters.
Mrs. H. W. Tucker and Miss Lois
Dame, who have been visiting their
uncle for a month.
R. L. Martin, room S Merchant's
block, will sell now a few choice lots
fronting on lake, close to Lake Weir
station, at bargain prices. If yon 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.
Terkeween Oil. the great nerve and
bone liniment: will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydlngs A Co.
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CHAPTER XIII.
Hostilities Begin.
During Mallory's absence, Marjoris
had met with a little adventure of
her own. Ira Lathrop finished his re re-encounter
encounter re-encounter with Anne Gattle shortly
alter Mallory set out stalking ciergj' ciergj'-men.
men. ciergj'-men. In the mingled confusion of
finding his one romantic flame still
glowing on a vestal altar, and of
shocking her with an escape of pro profanity,
fanity, profanity, he backed away from her pres presence,
ence, presence, and sank into his own bertn.
He realized that he was not alone.
Somebody was alongside. He turned
to find the great tear-spent eyes of
Marjorie staring at him. He rose
with a recrudescence of his woman woman-hating
hating woman-hating wrath, and dashing up the
aisle, found the porter Just returning
from the baggage car. He seized the
black factotum and growled:
"Say, porter, there's a woman in
my berth."
The porter chuckled, Incredulous:
"Woman in yo' berth!"
"Yes get her out."
"Yassah," the porter nodded, and
advanced on Marjorie with a gentle,
" 'Scuse me, missus yo' berth Is nura nura-ba
ba nura-ba one."
"I don't care," snapped Marjorie.
"I won't take it."
"But this un belongs to that gentle gentleman."
man." gentleman." "He can have mine ours Mr. Mal Mallory's,"
lory's," Mallory's," cried Marjorie, pointing to
the white-ribboned tent In the farther
end of the car. Then she gripped the
arms of the seat, as if defying evic eviction.
tion. eviction. The porter stared at her in
helpless chagrin. Then he shuffled
back and murmured: "I reckon you'd
betta put her out."
Lathrop withered the coward with
one contemptuous look, and strode
down tho aisle with a determined
grlmness. He took his ticket from
his pocket as a clinching proof of his
title, and thrust it out at Marjorie.
She gave it one indifferent glance, and
then her eyes and mouth puckered, as
if she had munched a green persim persimmon,
mon, persimmon, and a long low wail like a dis distant
tant distant engine-whistle, stole from her
lips. Ira Lathrop stared at her In
blank wrath, doddered irresolutely,
and roared:
"Agn, let her have it!"
The porter smiled triumphantly, and
said: "She says you kin have her
berth." He pointed at the bridal ar arbor.
bor. arbor. Lathrop almost exploded at the
idea.
Now he felt a hand on hi3 shoulder,
and turned to see Little Jimmie Well Wellington
ington Wellington emerging from his berth with
an enormous smile:
"Say, Pop, have you seen lovely
rice-trap? Stick around till she flops.
But Lathrop flung away to the
smoking room. Little Jimmie turned
to the Jovial negro:
"Porter, porter."
"I'm right by you."
"What time d'you eay "wo get to
Reno?"
"Mawnin of the fo'th day, sah."
"Well, call me Just before we roll
in."
And he rolled in. His last words
floated down the aisle and met Mrs.
Little Jimmie Wellington Just return returning
ing returning from the Women's Room, where
she had sought nepenthe in more than
one of her exquisite little cigars. The
familiar voice, familiarly bibulous,
smote her ear with amazement. She
beckoned the porter to her anxiously.
"Porter! Porter! Do you know
the name of the man who just hur hurried
ried hurried in?"
"Xo'm," said the porter. "I reckon
he's so broken up he ain't got any
name left."
"It couldn't be," Mrs. Jimmie mused.
Things can be sometimes," said
the porter.
"You may make up my berth now,"
said Mrs. Wellington, forgetting that
Anne Gattle was still there. Mrs.
Wellington hastened to apologize, and
begged her to stay, but the spinster
wanted to be far away from the dis disturbing
turbing disturbing atmosphere of divorce. She
was dreaming already with her eyes
open, and she sank into number six
in a lotus-eater's reverie.
Mrs. .Wellington gathered certain
things together and took up her hand handbag,
bag, handbag, to return to the Women's Room,
Just as Mrs. Whitcomb came forth
from the curtains of her own berth,
where she had made certain prelim preliminaries
inaries preliminaries to disrobing, and put on a
light, decidedly negligee negligee.
The two women collided in the
aisle, whirled on one another, as wom women
en women do when they jostle, recognized
each other with wild stares of amaze amazement,
ment, amazement, set their teeth, and made a
simultaneous dash along the corrlaor,
ehoulder wrestling with shoulder.
They reached the door marked
"Women" at the same instant, and as
neither would have dreamed of offer offering
ing offering the other a courtesy, they
squeezed through together in a Kil Kilkenny
kenny Kilkenny jumble.
CHAPTER XIV.
Tho Dormitory on Wheels.
Of all the shocking Institutions m
human history, the sleeping car is the
most shocking or would be. If we
were not so used to it. There can be
no doubt that we are the moat moral
nation on earth, for we admit it our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. Perhaps we prove it, too, by
the Arcadian prosperity of these two two-story
story two-story hotels on wheels, where mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous travelers dwell in com complete
plete complete promiscuity, and sleep almost
side by side, in apartments, or com compartments,
partments, compartments, separated only by a plank
and a curtain, ,and guarded only by
one sleepy negro.
After the fashion of the famous
country whose inhabitants earned a
meaner sustenance bjr taxing in eae3

others wasmng, so in Sleeping ca ca-pathia
pathia ca-pathia we attain a meager respecta respectability
bility respectability by everybody's chaperoning
everybody else.
So topsy-tnrvied, indeed, are our
notions, once we are aboard a train,
that the staterooms alone are regard regarded
ed regarded with suspicion; we question the
motives of those who must have a
room to themselves! a room with a
real door! that locks!
And, now, on this sleeping car, pret prettily
tily prettily named "Snowdrop," scenes were
enacting that would have thrown our
great-grandmothers into fits scenes
which, If we found them in France, or
Japan, we should view with alarm as
almost unmentionable evidence of the
moral obliquity of those nations.
But this was our own country the
part of it which admits that It is the
best part the moralest part, the
staunch middle west. This was Illi Illinois.
nois. Illinois. Yet dozens of cars were behold beholding
ing beholding similar immodesties in chastest
Illinois, and all over the map, thou-

; sands of people. In hundreds of cars,
were permitting total strangers to
view preparations which have always,
hitherto, been reserved for the most
Intimate and legalized relations.
The porter was deftly transforming
the day-coach into a narrow lane en entirely
tirely entirely surrounded by draperies. Behind
most of the portieres, fluttering in the
lightest breeze, and perilously follow following
ing following the hasty passer-by, homely of offices
fices offices were being enacted. The popu population
lation population of this little town was going to
bed. The porter was putting them to
sleep as if they were children in a
nursery, and he a black mammy.
The frail walls of little sanctums
were bulging with the bodies of peo people
ple people disrobing In the aisle, with noth nothing
ing nothing between them and the beholder's
eye but a clinging curtain that ex explained
plained explained what it did not reveal. From
apertures here and there disembodied
feet were protruding and mysterious
hands were removing shoes and other
things.
Women in risky attire were scoot scooting
ing scooting to one end of the car, and men in
shirt sleeves, or less, were hastening
to the other.
When Mallory returned to the
"Snowdrop," his ear was greeted by
the thud of dropping shoes. He found
Marjorie being rapidly Immured, like
Poe's prisoner, in a jail of closing
walls.
She was unspeakably 111 at ease,
and by the irony of custom, the one
person on whom she depended for pro protection
tection protection was the one person whose
contiguity was most alarming and
all for lack of a brief trlalogue, with
a clergyman, as the tertium quid.
When Mallory's careworn face ap appeared
peared appeared round the edge'of the partition
now erected between her and the
abode of Dr. and Mrs. Temple, Mar Marjorie
jorie Marjorie shivered anew, and asked with
all anxiety:
"Did you find a minister?"
. Perhaps the Recording Angel over overlooked
looked overlooked Mallory's answer: "Not a
damn minister."
When he dropped at Marjorie's side
she edged away from him, pleading:
"Oh, what shall we do?"
He answered dismally and inef ineffectively:
fectively: ineffectively: "We'll have to go on pre pretending
tending pretending to be just friends."
"But everybody thinks we're mar married."
ried." married." "That's so!" he admitted, with the
imbecility of fatigued hope. They sat
a while listening to the porter slip
ping sheets into place and thumping
pillows Into cases, a few doors down
the street. He would be ready for
them at any moment. Something must
be done, but what? what?
(Continued Tomorrow)
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Madero Government Will Redeerc
Promises to People.
Some of the Intended Reforms Ir
Mexico Delayed Because of Dif Difficulties
ficulties Difficulties Encountered In a
Technical Way.
Mexico City. One of the plans
evolved by the government through
its department of public welfare, col colonization
onization colonization and industry, to provide
arable lands for division among the
people one of the chief planks of Ma Madera's
dera's Madera's revolutionary platform is tin tinder
der tinder way. It contemplates the drain drainage
age drainage and filling in of the great bed of
Lake Texcoco, some two and a half
miles east of the capital. The work
will require five years, it is estimated,
and an expenditure of 4,000,000 pesos
($2,000,000 gold).
Thousands of acres of waste land,
now partly covered with water to the
depth of two feet, and the remainder
either useless swamps or dry, sandy
stretches, the latter giving rise to the
frequent dust-storms which sweep the
capital in the dry season; are to be
reclaimed. This land, according to
plans which are being worked out, is
to be placed on sale to individual Mexi Mexicans
cans Mexicans at the lowest possible figure and
on long-term payments.
Lake Texcoco Is the last remnant of
the once mighty body of water whic'i
covered the plateau and completely
surrounded the ancient city of Neno Neno-chitlan,
chitlan, Neno-chitlan, now the capital of the re republic.
public. republic. Legend has it that somewhere
In its depths the treasure of Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma was sunk to prevent its falling
into the hands of Hernando Cortez.
It has been searched for in vain dur during
ing during the hundreds of years since the
conquest, and it is regarded as pos possible,
sible, possible, though hardly probable, that it
will come to light in the conversion of
this lake bed.
Three bills, intended to put Into ef effect
fect effect some of the reforms which were
promised to the people by President
Madero, were not presented to the na national
tional national assembly because a great deal
of difficulty was met in the legal tech technicalities
nicalities technicalities of the measures. Two cf the
bills dealt with th land question and
the third wap an employers' liability
act. The- drafting of the bills also
have been in the hands of Carlos Tre Tre-joy
joy Tre-joy Lerdo de Tejada, attorney gen general
eral general of the federal district.
President Madero's cabinet has de decided
cided decided to cancel a fishing concession on
the east and west coasts of Lower
California and the western part of the
mainland granted to the Mexican Ex Exploration
ploration Exploration company by the Diaz govern government.
ment. government. The company is British, and
will receive $150,000 indemnity. It
Is stated that the canceling o the con concession
cession concession has nothing to do with the
late Japanese talk, but is aimed sim simply
ply simply to return to the people on the
coast the fishing rights of which they
had been deprived and which In many
Instances constituted their only means
of livelihood.
The inherent politeness of a Mexi Mexican
can Mexican referee nearly annulled the effect
of a clean knockout during a recent
boxing match in the capital. Incident Incidentally
ally Incidentally the row which followed the um umpire's
pire's umpire's decision in favor of the Mexican
pugilist, who was pitted against Jim
Smith, a negro, has resulted in an of official
ficial official ban on the sport .within the fed federal
eral federal district.
Cuauhtemoc Aguilar, the Mexican,
went through the ropes in the fourth
round. The umpire, carried away by
the calamity whic,h had befallen the
people's idol, rushed to his aid and
was about to try to put him on his
feet.
"The count! The count 1" yelled
half a hundred Americans in the audi audience.
ence. audience. Several seconds later the umpire re remembered
membered remembered his office and to all appear appearances
ances appearances Aguilar was down and out. The
umpire then declared the blow a foul
because it had been struck after the
gong sounded. It was pointed out that
the gong was broken and could not be
heard, but the decision Ftocd. The
meeting broke up in a fuss that threat threatened
ened threatened to result in further fisticuffs.
READS BIBLE; IS ROBBED
South Orange (N. J.) Collector of
Rare Canvases Loses $50,000
Worth of Art Gatherings.
South Orange, N. J. Methods of
picture thieves in the Louvre were
Imitated here, it has developed, in the
robbery reported to the police of $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 worth of oil paintings from the
home of Herman C. Hoskler, a col collector
lector collector of rare canvases, who is new
engaged in pursuing Biblical studies
In the library of the Vatican In Rome.
According to the report of the loss,
280 oil paintings in the temporarily
unoccupied Koskier residence here
have been cut from their frames and
carried off. Tha local police, with the
assistance of New York detectives,
are working on the case.
Want Death Penalty Abolished.
San Francisco. Petitions are in cir circulation
culation circulation in every county in California,
seeking to secure the signatures of a
sufficient number of citizens to have
the initiative measure, abolishing cap capital
ital capital punishment, voted on at the gen general
eral general election on November 5.
Voice Returns After Fifteen Year,
Pana, 111. Fifteen years ago Miss
Alice Hedges lost her voice, and since
that time could not speak above a
whisper. Recently her voice suddenly
returned to her.
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$93.55 California points, -

Excursion Rates to Various Points Furnished on Application

STOP OYERS ALLOWED
FAST TRAINS STEEL PULMANS DINING CARS
For Reservation or Information, Call on Nearest A. C. L.
Ticket Agent or
Y. R. BEAZLEY, 1 P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND. D. P. A.
Tampa, Florida.

Ocala Northern IRailpoadl
Effective September 15th, 1912

WEEK DAYS
No 12 leaves Ocala 7:30 a.m.
No 14 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 15 arrives Ocala. 11:25 a.m.
No 17 arrives Ocala 6:10 p.m.

S. P. HOLLINRAKE, G. P. A.

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- Fold daily, limit Oct. 31
SUNDAYS
No 20 leaves Ocala 8:00 a.n.
No 22 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 21 arrives Ocala 11:00 a.m.
No 23 arrives Ocala 5:45 p.m.