AT RIGHT PRICES
For All o! the Donas
THE FURICTTUIIB MEN .
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1912.
AN UNEASY FEELING in the stomach or
bowels, caused by indigestion or constipation, yields
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It removes all impurities or fermented food, cleanses and tones the
r.tomach and bowels and restores that fine feeling of exhilaration, mental
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Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
, Holder Rlock,
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I am conducting: a strictly
5J first class Cafe for the ap-
ff eommodatlon of the business
Y man, the traveling man, the
x ladies and children. The ser
vice is first class and the ta
ble Is set with the best that
-can be had. Short orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention. I,unch
counter in rear of dining
Carmichael Building, Mag- ?:
v nolia Street,
Phone 39 Ocala. Fla. 'k
C J, PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans nnd Specifications Furnished
120 SOUTH THIRD STREET
OCALA - - FLORIDA
W. 0. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
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J. M. WELCH
Contractor and Builder
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. Funeral Blrectors
Undertakers and Embalm ers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All AVork Donp by Licensed Ern, Ern,-balmers
balmers Ern,-balmers and Fully Ouaranteed.
P. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47
Accurate Building Plans, Dlue 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
mission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Rlock
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tickets to and from principal points
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cominnU TTotpl. Jacksonville. Fla.
''Finest Coastwise Tri pa the World"
For Vice President
THOMAS It MARSHALL,
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
II. C. SPARKMAN
Congressman, Fir, Dlafrlft
S. M. SPARKMAN
Secretary of State
II. C. CRAWFORD
THOS. F. WEST
Commissioner of Agriculture
W. A. McRAE
J. C. LUNINQ
W, V. KNOTT
Bnprrlntfadeat of Public faatraetloa
W, N. SHRATS
R. E. ROSE
J. C. R. FOSTER
R. C. DUNN
For Mnbfta nf the Lewlslatare
n s. lioht
EDWIN SPENCER, JR.
For County Judge
W. E. SMITH
JOHN p. QALLQWAY
For CUrlc of the Circuit Court
PERRY II. NUGENT
For Tux Assessor
For Tax Collector
W. L. COLBERT
For Superintendent oC Schools
J. II. BRINSON
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For Commissioner, pi(rrt 1
For Commissioner, District
D. G. WATKIN8
For Commissioner, District
For CommlHNloner, District
W. T. HENDERSON
For Commissioner, District
For School Commissioner, District
W. D. CARN
For School Commlsslqner, pisfrct 2
T. s. qRANTHAM
Fr Schqql Commissioner, District
B. It. BLITCH
For County Surveyor
W- A. MOQRHEAP
Tulula Lodge No. 28, Independent
uruer 01 uao i-'eiiows. meets every
Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock in
Yonge's hall, Fort King avenue. Visit
or? in the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford. N. Q.
.V. L, Colbert, Secretary.
THE MEN WHO SUCCEED
as heads of large enterprises are men
of great energy. Success, today de
mands health. To all Is to fall. Its
utter folly for a mm to endure a weak.
run-down, halt 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. 8ylvanla. Ga." After years of
suffering with rheumatism, liver trou
ble. stomach disorders, and deranged
kidneys. I am again, thanks to Electric
bitters, sound and well." Try them
Only 50 cents at Tydlngs & Co.
AUTO FOR SALE
A good, second-hand, four-passenger
car, recently thoroughly overhauled
and In fine condition. Will sell cheap
for cash or will exchange for city or
close In country property. Apply at
the Star office.
T. L. Parks. MurrayvlTle, Ga., Route
1, is In his 73rd year, and was recent
ly cured of a bad kidney and bladder
trouble. He says himself: "I have suf
fered with my kidneys. My back ach
ed and I was annoyed with bladder lr
regularities. I can truthfully say, one
50c bottle of Foley Kidney Pills cured
me entirely." They cotnaln no habit
forming drugs. For sale by the Antl
Frank Goethe Killed aad Ileary Goethe
nadly Wounded In a flattie
A special to the Tampa Times from
Rrooksvllle. dated Sept. 24. says: One
man is dead and another wounded as
the result of a pitrhed battle between
fishermen off the coist near FJayport
yesterday afternoon. Frank Goethe,
aed twenty-one years. Is dead, and
his uncle. Henry Goethe. Is wounded,
his right leK being broken by a rifle
ball. Jim Croft and Bill Sparkmen.
also fishermen, are the men who did
There I some dispute as to who
started the shooting. Willie Croft,
aged fourteen, was first to arrive with
the news. He got here about mid
night last night, making the seven seventeen
teen seventeen miles across country on foot. He
did not know that Frank Goethe was
dead, hut reported to Sheriff Law that
the two Goethe men were wounded.
The lad said Croft and Sparkman were
laying some nets along the edge of a
marsh on the coast when Henry and
Frank Goethe came in sight in a
launch that without giving Croft or
Sparkman any warning the two Goe-
thes commenced firing at them with
rifles. Neither was hit, and they
promptly returned the fire, with dead
ly effect. When Frank Goethe fell in'
the boat Henry, it seems, brought the
launch about and headed for a point
further up. where his home lay.
Deputy Sheriff Neal Law and other
officers were sent out early this morn morning
ing morning to Bayport. Drs. Coogler and
Gwinn accompanied them. Judge Ram
sey went in his capacity as coroner.
This morning W. J. Ramsey came in
from Bayport and reported that Frank
Goethe was dead and Henry seriously
wounded, his leg being broken.
Had II I m m1 lie t ween Families
For some time past there had been
bad blood between the two families.
Both families made their living fly
fishing. It seems that there was a dis dispute
pute dispute about fishing grounds, and Spark-
man sent word to the authorities this
morning that they were Innocent par parties,
ties, parties, having been attacked by the
Goethes and firing merely In defense
f their lives. The authorities will
hold an Inquest. Croft and Sparkman
will he brought to the Jail here un unless
less unless the coroner decides that they were
really not at fault.
Goethes an Unlucky Family
111 luck seems to have been pursu
ing, the Goethes for some years. About
two years ago two members of the
family, also fishermen, were burned to
eath in their launch near Tarpon
Springs, the launch taking fire from
an explosion or gasolene which was
carried for fuel purposes. One of the
men was William Goethe, a brother of
he man killed In yesterday's battle.
The other was Joe. father of Henry.
who now lies in his cabin home badly
Bayport is some seventeen miles
rom Brooksville, and Is not on a rail
road, nor Is there any telegraph or
elephone connection wish the place.
For that reason It Is difficult to get
news from there.
The principals in yesterday's shoot
ing have been angry with each other
for some time, and the trouble was
hot entirely a surprise. That they ex
pected trouble Is shown by the fact
hat each side went armed. There are
adherents on each side who claim
that the other side opened the battle.
Candler, Sept. 25. Mrs. Thil Fort
was in Ocala Wednesday, consulting
Mr. and Mrs, J. O. Hightower drove
over to Believlew Wednesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. Harry Baxter returned Thurs
day afternoon from his anrual vaca
tion spent at different points In Penn
Mr. and Mrs. Brammer and daughter
arrived Thursday afternoon from
Pennsylvania, to take possession of
heir property recently purchased
from Mrs. Kessler-Hunter.
Hon. E. L. Carney paid our town a
brief visit Saturday.
Mrs. Allen and two little girls, Annie
and Juanita, who have been visiting,
relatives, Capt. DeLong and Mrs. John
Mathews, returned to Trilby Saturday
Miss Violet Albertson Is now a
student of the Belleview school.
Mrs. Lou Cline of Gainesville is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Cline at their
home south pf town.
Mrs. M- Elliott is In Ocala this week.
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 battle falls to
cure. Write for local testimonials. Dr.
E. W Hall. 2928 Olive street, St. Louis
Mo. Sold by all druggists.
Dallas. Sept. 24. It was reported
last week that chickenpox was abroad.
Mr. Anderson of Terrell was at Dal
las lately, looking over his building
Willie Grimes from Fort McCoy Is
again with hi parents at the Griner
home not far from Dallas.
Dr. Slaughter of Levon made a pro
fessional visit to Dallas Friday and
Mrs. Branch, wife of one of our
moat successful farmers, made a visit
over at Dallas one day last week.
W. S. Perry has moved to Ocala.
It is reported that the Morris home
near Dallas, which has remained un
tenanted for some little time, is to be
occupied by a Mr. Manning.
The portly form of Mr. R. E. Perry.
from near Tedro, was seen at the de
pot at Dallas Friday, which is the day
he usually gets a barrel of fish to sell
to his customers. Mr. Perry's exper
ience dates back to earlier days when
this part of the state was more unde
veloped than it is today and some of
his encounters are most interesting.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
The meeting of the Union was post postponed
poned postponed from Sept. 12 to the 20th, on ac account
count account of rain.
Onward Christian Soldiers was sung
as an opening song, followed by the
,126th Psalm and Lord's Prayer.
Roll call, and minutes of the pre previous
vious previous meeting approved.
Moved and carried to send the Cru Crusader
sader Crusader Monthly to the schools.
Dr. Worcester Swan, superintendent
of Medical Temperance, was present
and gave an excellent address, using
for her subject. "Our Citrus Fruits
Mis3 Snook gave a minute descrip description
tion description of lemons, origin, tree and frult.v
Miss Grace Snook spoke of the
growth and product of limes.
Several questions were asked con
cerning the use of citrus fruits and
answered by the doctor.
Among the recipes read by the mem
bers present were kumquat preserves.
orange pie and candied citron.
Adjourned for one week.
The Colonel Will Iave the West and
Start Out to Spilt the
Chandler, Okla., Sept. 24. Theodore
Roosevelt arrived here yesterday and
started on the last stage of his trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental tour, which now takes him
through the south. He will spend the
coming week in southern and south
In his address here Colonel Roose
velt said that he would make just as
vigorous a fight in the south as in
any other section of the country. He
said it was his opinion that the pro progressive
gressive progressive party has a splendid chance
to break into the "solid south."
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
abl-3 to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding,. Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly 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.
ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE
The Spooner orange grove, supposed
to contain ten or twelve acres of or
ange and grapefruit trees, with about
ten acres of uncultivated land situat situated
ed situated on the east side of Lake Weir be between
tween between Kastlake 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,
Few, If any, medicines, have met
with the uniform success that has at attended
tended attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoea
which it has effected In almost every
neighborhood have given It a wide rep
utation. For sale by all dealers.
OCALA LODGE NO 286, 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.
The implicit confidence that many
people have In Chamberlains Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
founded on their experience In the use
of that remedy and their knowledge of
the many remarkable cures of colic,
diarrhoea and dysentery that it has ef
fected. For sale by all dealers.
LOTS FOR SALE
Nice corner lots. South Ninth and
Sanchea streets, Magnolia Place, for
sale cheap. Lots of building in this
part of town. John M. Graham.
An article that has real merit should
in time become popular. That such Is
the case with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has been attested by many
dealers. Here Is one of them. H. W.
Hendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind., writes:
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the
best for coughs, colds and croup, and
is my best seller." For sale by all
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser s Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
ing brothers. F. E. Wetherbee. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K, P. fi
ll AVE YOUR CAR PAINTED
This Is the season when you should
have your automobile painted. The
work we turn out looks just as good as
new and the enamel is as permanent
and holds its brilliancy just as well as
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
holsterlng and covering department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re
pairs to an entire new Job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works,.
W. F. McAteer, Proprietor.
ROOT AND HERB TEA
The Great Blood Purifier aad Nerve
Toale, for Rheumatism, Kidney and
Bladder Troubles Price 50c.
Dr. Urlaarstoa'a Dlspepclne Powders,
for Indigestion and Stomach Trou TroublesPrice
blesPrice TroublesPrice SO Cents
Dr. Lrvlngston'a Golden Catarrh Balm
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever at Catarrhal Nature.
Price SO Cents
GUARANTEED TO CURB OR NO PAY
These Re medics Can Always he Foaad
at the Caurt Pfcaaaar, Ocala, Fla.
Florida noy la the Virginia Peniten Penitentiary
tiary Penitentiary Staada a Shovr of
A special from Richmond. Va., to the
Tampa Times says: Public sentiment
In Pittsylvania county is so largely
with Roy Maxwell Sullivan, white, of
Wauchula. Fla., a convict who effected
his escape from a state camp by killing
a convict guard, John C. Howard. In
that county several months ago, and
later was retaken, that the state fears
the slayer will not get Justice if the
murder trial is held in Pittsylvania
It is said that many of the country
people think the state convicts are
badly treated and some of them do not
hesitate to say that Sullivan was
Justified in killing Howard.
This state of affairs is likely to
cause the removal of the trial from the
Pittsylvania circuit court to the city
court at Richmond. The matter is now
In the hands of Governor Mann.
Sullivan was to have been tried on
September 16, but the case was at that
time continued until September 30. so
as to allow the defense sufficient time
in which to summon witnesses. Sul Sullivan's
livan's Sullivan's father came here from Wau Wauchula
chula Wauchula to be with him When he was ar arraigned
raigned arraigned for trial.
Young Sullivan is a good-looking
chap. He was sent up for issuing bad
checks. He has a young wife, who
has stuck to him all through his trou
AX ILL-TKEATEU AMERICAN
Nichols Released from a Mexican Jail,
but May Die In the Tamplco
Mexico City. Sept. 25. W. C. Nichols,
an American fruit grower for whose
release the American ambassador,
Henry Lane Wilson, made a peremp peremptory
tory peremptory demand on Gov. Mathias Guer Guer-rera,
rera, Guer-rera, of the state of Tamaulipas, has
been removed from the Tamplco jail
and placed in a hospital under guard.
Nichols is ill and his life was in
Jeopardy as a result of his confine
Gov. Guerrera acted promptly on the
demand of the American ambassador
and gave assurances by telegraph to
Wilson that he would personally give
thp matter attention until it had been
arrange! to the satisfaction of the
SOME GOOD ADVICE
TO PRINCETON STUDENTS
Princeton.. N. .1., Sept. 25. After
voting for Hughes, former Senator
Smith's opponent. Governor Wilson
yesterday addressed a crowd of Prince-
on students attacking Smith whom he
designated as a 'non partisan boss."
He told the students to take an active
part in politics as It is their duty to
MANY DRIVEN FROM HOME
Every year, in many parts of the
country, thousands are driven from
their homes by coughs and lung dis diseases.
eases. diseases. Friends and business are left
behind for other climates, but this Is
costly and not always sure. A better
way the way of multitudes Is to use
Dr. King's New Discovery and cure
yourself at home. Stay right there,
with your friends, and take this safe
medicine. Throat and lUng troubles
find quick relief and health returns. Its
help In coughs, colds, grip, croup,
whooping-cough and sore lungs made
it a positive blessing. 50c. and $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company.
PICNIC AT OAK GROVE
There wlh 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. WHAT WE NEVER FORGET
according to science, are the things as
sociated with our early life, such as
Bucklen's Ami Salve, that mother or
grandmother used to cure our burns,
boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions,
cuts, sprains or bruises. Forty years
of cures prove its merits. Unrivaled
for piles, corns or cold sores. Only 25
cents at Tydings & Company.
OPEN DAY AND If IGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L depot cor
ner. Meats a la carte ana iuncnes m
Millions in the air. Thlnl: 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 HERBINE to keep the
liver, stomach and bowels In a state of
health and activity. It cures indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and constipation. Price 50c. Sold
by all druggists.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp, No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg
ular meeting Friday evening, Oct. 11,
at Yonge's HalL Every member Is
urged to be present and visitors al
ways welcome. B. N. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
Antolne Delorla, rostmaster at Gar Garden,
den, Garden, Mich., knows the exact facts
when he speaks of the curative value
of Foley Kidney Pills. He says: From
my own experience I recommend Foley
Kidney Pills, as a great remedy for
kidney disease and a good many of my
neighbors were cured by Foley Kidney
Pills." For sale by the Anti-Monopoly
SEED5, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For-sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman. Ocala, Fla.
If you knew of the real value of
Chamberlain 3 Liniment for lame back.
soreness of the muscles, sprains and
rheumatic pains, you would never wish
to be without It. For sale by dealers.
UV ill) .mIIH
nun u uuLL in 1
If Your Straw Hat
Looks too Bad to
Wear longer, Buy
a New one from us.
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist In Clinic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Dr. McClan.e's Residence, 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52.
Note! Calls made by special appointment.
after 7 p. m. each day.
t anvnvr a mm nnrnrrnsTn mirtrin
I QUALITY AND SERVICE
I MAYCRAFT & PAVEES,
I Phone 438
i Bring Your Tire's and Tnbes lo be Vulcanized
;: xkkkk xkkkx x x x X'
A. T. Thomas, Pkes.
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
Cement Blocks and .ill kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de-
scriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken any where in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
t Phone 331
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Ilooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Booms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. Ms WILSON, Proprietor and MancQec j
E. L. STEWART, XL D.
Specialist In Diseases of Eye,
Nose, Throat and Lungs
Euite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Corner of Public Iquare
Special Genlt Urinary Clinic
- x x :x -xxxK3,fro
J. Thomson, Manager x
Sand & Stone Co.
OCALA WEEKLY STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1912
I "I i i ,. .-. .. ,, ., ..
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, iiuslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
TIIK L'XIOV STATIOX
The Board of Tra.le has sent out a
circular letter to all its member,
asking them for their opinions on an
union passenger station; if they want
It, and if they do where do they think
It should be located.
The Star doesn't suppose there is
any question about the members of
the board and the people generally
wanting an union station. It would
be not only an increased convenience
to the town folks that is. If It was
properly located and conducted but It
would impress all travelers, either
stopping or passing thru, with a bet
ter opinion of the importance and ad
vantages of the city and section.
There Is considerable difference of
opinion, however, as to where the sta
tion should be located. These differ
ences make some tolerably deep creases
In the railroad map, and until they are
Ironed out there is not much chance
of an union station being ordered by
the railroad commission. In fact, a
member of the commission said to a
Star reporter some months ago. that he
was in favor of the station, but our
peopU'ai.1 niiii&ent& h able Sa-&fee
on a site.
The trouble is caused by the fact
that the Atlantic Coast Line passen
ger station Is more convenient to
about two-thirds of our people than
any other place In the city could be.
It Is right at the business center, and
Is moreover close to the homes of
nearly all the large and Increasing
number of people who have homes at
the lake. It is not likely, however.
that the Coast Line will abolish this
station, even if an union depot is es
tabllshed. To the casual observer, it
would seem that the crossing of the
Seaboard and the Coast Line would be
the logical point. It is well under
stood among ralfroad men. however
that a crossing is the worst possible
place for a station of this sort, and
when it is remembered that it is In the
Seaboard freight yard and at the bot
torn of "a Coast Lln grade, its unfit
ness is easy to realize.
Two other sites have been prom
inently mentioned one In the far
north of the city, and the other at the
Seaboard crossing of Exposition street
The Star doesn't think the first would
suit anybody but those who have
property to ?ell In that vicinity and
the hackmen. It would compel about
nine-tenths of our people to pay hack
fare or take a long walk every time
they had to go on a journey. Our
population is not great enough yet to
warrant a street car line.
As for a station on Exposition street
the Coast Line could not reach It
without building half a mile of track
which would call for the condemnation
of a lance amount of property. The
road would certainly fight any such a
proposition, and would have a fair
chance to win. It would be Just as
right and more convenient to Insist
that the Seaboard should parallel the
Coast Line track to the Oklawaha ave
ration, as to order the Coast Line
to buiTTto -West Exposition street
There is not any objection that could
be urged against the one that couldn't
be brought against the other. One Is
on one side of town and one on the
other, and about the only difference
would be In favor of the Coast Line
There Is more travel over. the Exposl
tion street crossing than any other in
the city, so the argument of danger
now advanced by some against Okla
waha 'and Fort King Is lost. The
truth Is, however, that the dangerous
crossings In the city are not the most
frequented ones, but those the least
It Is the Star's opinion that If the
railroads are ordered to build an union
station they would prefer to put one
up on North Lime street, near the old
S. a O. & Q. station site. This would
suit the Seaboard to a dot. It would
also suit the Coast Line, as Its west
coast tracks end there, while the trains
on the main line could come In to It
and then back out with little Incon Inconvenience.
venience. Inconvenience. Coast Line passengers from
and for up town would probably con
tlnue.to use the present station as long
as It remained. The disadvantages of
this site Is that it is In the most ugly
and unsanitary part of Ocala and
would give many people a very unfav unfavorable
orable unfavorable opinion of our city. This would
be mended In time of course, but not
It seems to the Star that the best
place for an union passenger station
would be between Magnolia and Main
streets, about opposite the foundry.
There Is vacant ground there which
the railroads could possibly acquire
now at a fair price and lay their tracks
Into on equal terms. It would be
in ..a good and Imposing portion of the
city, would be almost as convenient to
the mass of the people as the Coast
Line station now Is, and more so than
.Another good place would be in the
vicinity of where the old Silver
Springs and Western tKj.oi is located.
This would not be as good as the site
between Magnolia and Main, but it
would be better than any other sug suggested
gested suggested and would probably be easier
to obtain. There would be no very
valuable property to buy or condemn,
and It would be easy of .access, as It is
by the Coast Line's main track and
the Seaboard has a freight track to it.
It would be a rather unornamental
neighborhood, which, however, would
probably improve and All up.
The Star doesn't take any stock In
the Idea of building the station In a
thinly settled portion of the city. Any
portion of the town where the station
Is located will soon be thickly set settled,
tled, settled, and there will be crowds around
It when the trains are due from the
day It Is opened. Safety against trains
lies in watchmen and gates and not in
futile attempts to dodge the center of
population. Let us have an union sta station,
tion, station, and let us have it in a good good-leeking
leeking good-leeking and convenient portion of the
city. Instead' of putting It where the
citlxens will have to pay the backmen
a month's lodge dues for every round
trip to the metropolis or the lake.
SOCIALISTS HAVE IS SKINNED
The socialists may be visionary In
their views, but when It comes to
working and praying, they have the
Florida democrats beaten many blocks.
So far as we know, the democrats of
Marlon county have not. all told, con contributed
tributed contributed fifty dollars to the Wilson &
Marshall campaign fund. Any little
nigger Sunday school could make them
take the count fn a missionary cause.
We know one socialist who has giv given
en given far more than $50 in money and
work for his party In less than a
month. And we know a score or more
of others who have done a3 much In
If Wilson & Marshall win small
share In the victory will have the dem
ocrats of Marion county.
CtXBV AGAINST L'K(iLE
Rumors going around the state are
to the effect that Mr. E. It. Gunby, bull
moose candidate for eongressman-at-large,
stands a show to defeat Claude
Mr. Gunby's ability and popularity of
course are admitted; and these rumors
have it that to the large republican
and personal vote he can poll will be
added enough votes of democrats who
dislike Claude to elect the bull moose.
So doubt a good many of a certain
kind of democrats would dearly love
to see Claude defeated by anybody
for those who hate Claude hate him
very cordially, and no one can blame
them. Uut there is no more real dem dem-ocrat
ocrat dem-ocrat In Florida than Claude L'Engle
he won the nomination in a straight-
out campaign, no true democrat can
vote against him, and his walk-over is
certain. As to these rumors, in many
instances the wi.h is father to the
thought. St. Petersburg Times.
Mr. Gunby is a misjhty fine man; the
Star thinks he deserves the full sup
port of the progressives, and that the
regular republicans will show wisdom
and principle in voting for him
As for Mr. L'Engle, no more able and
devoted champion of all the people has
ever announced for an office in this
state. lie was nominated in the dem
ocratic primary, he need3 only demo
cratic votes to elect him and any man
who voted in t the primary and then
votes against L'Engle will commit a
breatTPofaith that will be inexcusable
TroTn a periii well as a political
THE 1IEST WAV TO HELP
A few days ago, a prominent manu
facturer from another state was in
Ocala, and in conversation with one of
our leading citizens spoke of the pos
sibilities of making paper out of pine
trees. The old field pines that abound
in this county, he said, would make
the finest kind of paper.
The Ocala man, putting In a good
word for his town tried to interest the
manufacturer in a plan to establish a
paper mill In or near Ocala. but was
met with the statement that freight
rates were oppressive if not prohibi prohibitive.
tive. prohibitive. It 's this way all along the line.
A few weeks ago. Mr. J. D. Ilooney
of the Seaboard Air Line. In an address
to business men of Ocala. not untruth untruthfully
fully untruthfully scored them for their lack of en enterprise
terprise enterprise and announced that his road
was ready to help them advertise the
resources of their city and section all
over the north and west.
But Mr. Rooney didn't say his road
was willing to lDwer Its freight rates.
IJotu the Seaboard and the Coast
Line are advertising the resources of
Florida in other states. It Is a good
work, and the Star is glad to see them
But they are taxing the people of in interior
terior interior Florida In rates every cent the
traffic will bear.
If we had reasonable freight rates,
we would do our own advertising. As
long as we have them not, most of the
advertising Is of no avail.
The roads do not kill the goose that
lays the golden egg. They simply
starve her until she won't lay.
The Star doesn't wish to discourage
the roads In their advertising. Since
they won't give us what we are en entitled
titled entitled to, we should be glad to receive
what they are graciously pleased to
nniTONS have rs beaten
Our naval designers have their work
cut out anew, says the Washington
Post, if the Pennsylvania Is not to be
greatly overmatched In speed and gun
power ever before she is ready to be
launched. Japan a few months ago
beat us to it In claiming the honor of
having baptized the largest and most
powerful battleship In the world, and
now London advices make it appear
that a new British monster to carry
15-inch guns and have a speed of 29
knots will be laid down by Christmas
and got ready for service within two
years. As the plans for the Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania call for only 23 knots and 14 14-inch
inch 14-inch guns, the disparity between the
two vessels will be most marked.
Everybody will be glad to know that
Mrs. B. E. McLin has been, appointed
librarian for the State College for Wo Women
men Women at Tallahassee. This Is a posi position
tion position she Is well qualified to fill, and
all the friends of her lamented hus husband
band husband will approve of the appointment.
Her daughter. Miss Pearl McLin. who
graduated from the college last June,
has been appointed assistant librarian
to help her mother.
Will our socialist friends kindly in inform
form inform us where they stand on the ne negro
gro negro question? Do they intend to ad admit
mit admit him to political equality, as one
would infer from their platform, or do
they Intend to ignore him? This Is one
question they will find more difficult
in answering In Florida than any
democrat will find In answering their
Mexican federals and rebels are
gathering for a big battle near Tor Tor-reon.
reon. Tor-reon. J. J. Vaughn of Natural Bridge.
Alachua county. Is at Arcadia, looking
for his 18-year-old son George, who
left home last month. A letter from
Arcadia some days ago. signed with
the young man's name, said he was
sick and needed help. Mr. Vaughn
wired money to Arcadia, but it was
not claimed, and he fears the boy has
met foul play.
What reason have we to hope for re reform
form reform In woman's dress when we read
that present costumes prevailed away
back In the time of Tiberius? Gibbon
tells of "a dress which showed the turn
of the limbs, and color of the skin,
might gratify vanity or provoke de desire."
sire." desire." It Is neither better nor worse
now, and it is no consolation to re remember
member remember that such costumes preceded
the fall of Rome and its sack by the
vandals. Savannah News.
One thing that will save us is that
there are not any more Vandals.
Mrs. C. E. Hays, widow of the man
who was killed by B. J. Jackson In St.
Petersburg last week, before her mar marriage
riage marriage to Hays lived In Montbrook. and
will return to her old home there. She
married Hays four years ago. and it Is
alleged that her married life with him
was an unhappy one.
In his progress across the rock rock-ribbed
ribbed rock-ribbed republican state of Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania Monday, Governor Wilson was
greeted by Immense crowds and great
Street car men of Augusta, Ga., are
out on a strike and police are riding
on the cars to protect strike breakers.
Of late years, once placid old Augusta
has furnished her fair share of the
exciting news In the press dispatches.
WD ILI.1MOY I XO STREET PARADE tut IVr.V SPPlvre '
The following from the Xew York
World was written for the bt-nefit of
the progressive., but they are also
good for the consideration of the re republicans
publicans republicans and socialists.
There never wa any harmful labor
by women in this country until the
beneficiaries of protective tariffs creat
ed the necessity for it by their cheap
imported male labor.
There never was any harmful labor
by children in thi- country until the
beneficiaries of extortionate tariffs
made wages so low that parent could
not live upon their own earnings.
There never was an "invisible sov sov-emment"
emment" sov-emment" of greed and graft at Wash
ington until it was built up as a bul bulwark
wark bulwark of the favored interests that
have grown rich and powerful through
their tariffs of extortion.
The pitiable conditions whic-h agon agonize
ize agonize a man like George W. Perkins of
th Harvester Trust have all sprung
up under the economic system that has
made him rich. Unemotional men
might say that the surest cure for
these evils would be the repeal of the
unjust laws whose progeny they are.
With their backs turned to the tariff
and the trusts, however our devote!
crusaders are marching to the words
and music of 'Onward, Chri.-tian Sol Soldiers"
diers" Soldiers" in a mighty onslaught nt upon
bad laws and bad policies but upon
disease, death and sorrow.
Some of the sufferings of humanity
apiear to be necessary while many
are unnecessary. Among the latter
are all those that may justly be at attributed
tributed attributed to infatuation and delusion.
IMPROVES WITH AGE
Vol. 31, No. 1. That is what is on
the date line of the Times this week,
and shows the age of the paper, mean meaning
ing meaning that we are beginning the 31st
year. That's a long time for a country
paper to exist. The Times has shared
the joys and sorrows of the county for
thirty years, shared the misfortunes as
well as the blessings and the policy
of the paper has always been, "For the
good of Sumter county." It isn't too
late yet to receive renewals of sub subscribers
scribers subscribers as birthday remembrances.
Sumter County Times.
The Miami Metropolis now has a
great Hoe press that will print 20.000
papers an hour. The Metropolis is one
of the best and truest papers in the
state and we congratulate it on the
great success that has 'enabled it to
purchase such a press. The Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis is a power in South Florida and
has been a great factor in building up
Miami. Fort Lauderdale Sentinel.
Thanks to friend George for saving
us the trouble of writing the above,
which was about what we wanted to
Woodrow Wilson is some on epi epigram
gram epigram himself. How is this: "A good
speaker is the man who has some something
thing something to say, and the poor speaker is
the one who must say something."
By all means, let Tampa induce the
motion picture companies to make
their winter headquarters here. No
section of the country offers more at attractive
tractive attractive settings for these romances of
the reel and the operation of these
companies, or even one company, here
would prove a big advertisement for
Tampa and South Florida. It Is to be
hoped that the board of trade will be
successful in its efforts in this direc direction.
tion. direction. Tampa Tribune.
FOR SALE An incubataor in good
condition. IDO-egg capacity. Trice
$12.50. Apply to Mrs. C. V. Roberts.
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my 4-year-old
mare or will let for feed.
Perfectly gentle, works anywhere. J.
M. Gates, Jr., Anthony, Fla.
One young cow. Will milk In No November.
vember. November. Will give l'i gallons. ?20. 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 Emmltt, York, Fla.
FOR SALE OR LEASE 20 acres of
good pine land under cultivation with
buildings and well. Owner going north.
Fred C. Smith, Levon, Fla., Box 59.
MOVED INTO NEW QUARTERS
The Singer Sewing Machine Company
has moved Its office from West Fort
King avenue to 52 North Magnolia
street. B W. Howell, Manager.
ATTENTION, ROAD lU II.DERS
I wish to have a road built on my
place south of town. Call at my office
and see specifications. R. L Anderson.
1!M3 IdeenneN Due October First
All state and county licenses are due
and payable on the first day of Octo October.
ber. October. To continue business after that
date without your l'.?, license will lie
an open violation of the laws of the
state of Florida.
The tax collector will issue the
licenses and furnish blank and all
Yours very truly,
Joseph Bell, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
FOR S ALE AT A II KG UN
Five acres of good land at the two two-mile
mile two-mile post on the Blitchton hard road.
Apply to P. J. Theus.
FOR RENT Nine room house, three
blocks from postofrice. Moderate rent
to permanent tenants. Apply by pos postal
tal postal to T. C. Thomsen. city.
- "So prevent pneumonia, a cota settled
in (he lungs should be attended to at
once. Put a HERRICK'S RED PEPPER
PoRors PLXSTER on the chest and
take BALLARD'S HOREHOUND
SYRUP 'nternally. It's a winning
combination. Buy the dollar size Hore Hore-hound
hound Hore-hound Syrup; you get a porous plaster
free with each bottle. Soil by all
ro(OltII LODGE F. I". OF A.
Concordia Lodge. Fratfrr.il Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L Taylor. F. M.
Chas K. Sage. Secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOE
The Ocala Lodge. No. 6?3. Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build
ing, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attenl our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L Stap. Secretary.
M RION-Dl'NN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 1?. F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at T:S0
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
The Wild Vet and Far Eat Will Not
Give a Mreet I'aeeaat When the Ex Exhibition
hibition Exhibition VUit Ocala Friday. Octo October
ber October 19th.
For many reasons the management
of Buffalo Bill s Wild West and Pawnee
Bill's Far East has decided to abandon
the street parale which ha, in years
past, been the usual thing with trav traveling
eling traveling organizations of this size and
character. It is set forth in many In Instances
stances Instances the late arrival of the train
bearing the paraphernalia makes it
impossible to give a parade and start
the afterr.ocpn performance on time.
Through thse delays the public is
compelled to experience a tedious
wait, whil the work of preparing for
the perforrr.ar.ee goes on. Again it is
considered an unnecessary hardship to
'.-impel men and horses to parade for
two hours before beginning the after afternoon
noon afternoon exhibition, especially when it is
eonsidered that two shows every day
are the rule with this exhibition. By
doing away with the street pageant
men and horses are fre.h for their
performance and it would seem that
the public is entitled to a perfect per performance,
formance, performance, which it pays for, rather
than a free street parade which gives,
at best, but a j-oor idea of the magni magnitude
tude magnitude of frfe exhibition. Another reason
which has served to influence the de-ci-ion
is the- fact that merchants ri
the cities visited object to parades be because
cause because they interrupt business and in in-t
t in-t rfere with general traffic. So strenu strenuous
ous strenuous is this objection that in many
cities a permit to parade cannot be se secured,
cured, secured, and in other places the fee de demanded
manded demanded is set at such an exorbitant
rate that it practically prohibits street
pageants. In any event the manage management
ment management is satisfied that the public prefer
an afternoon performance given with
snap and vigor displaying the best ef efforts
forts efforts of the participants, rather than to
have their entertainment interfered
with through the fatigue of the partic participants
ipants participants after two or three hours of
street parading in all sorts of weather.
The public is reminded, however, that
in moving the properties and para paraphernalia
phernalia paraphernalia of the exhibition from the
railroad to the grounds, will, in itself,
constitute a parade of greater interest
and vastly more novel than any other
organization can offer. The Indians
and roughriders will ride their horses
to the grounds and the sight will be
an ample reward for the elimination
of the hackneyed parade of other days.
ARCHER NEGROE ANGRY
Threnten to Hum the Town If the
Perry are Hiinjc
Archer, Sept. 23. C. W. Baldwin, the
mayor of Archer, received an anony anonymous
mous anonymous postcard yesterday reading as
"You had better turn Cain and For Fortune
tune Fortune Perry loose or we will burn the
whole town up. We told you we would
burn Bauknlght's store and we did.
Old Bonie (meaning" the marshal) is
bad but we can fix him. We can kill
more whites than you can niggers."
The parties referred to are the two
negroes now in jail at Gainesville sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to-be hanged Friday for the
murder of Marshal C. H. Slaughter
and Deputy Sheriff White last April.
Feeling runs high as no one knows
what the outcome may be.
SEN TOR III. IK II ELECTED
FOR THE EXTRA SESSION
Bronson. Sept. 25. For the purpose
of electing a senator to represent Levy
county to serve at the special session
of the legislature, which will convene
at Tallahassee on Tuesday, October 1,
an election was held throughout the
county yesterday. Hon. J. S. Blitch of
Montbrook. was elected without oppo opposition.
sition. opposition. WE WILL MAIL YOIJ fl
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
l'hlln. Smelting- & ReFlnlnc Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
S4KJ CheMtnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
We will buy your Gold Fillings.
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
CHAPTER NO. 13 n. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Electra, Sept. 27. Farmers are busy
harvesting their corn and hay crops.
The 'oranges are beginning to be
juicy and sweet. The abundant crop
of them causes our minds to wander
bae'i to before the big freeze,
MP. D. F. Stebleton will soon begin
.-awing again. Most of the people in
this community will be very glad for
nearly everybody is needing lumber.
Rev. R. J. Gorbit of Altoona with a
large portion of his congregation vis visited
ited visited the Oklawaha Bridge Baptist
church Sunday, which was the close of
the protracted meeting. Dinner was
served to which everybody did ample
justice, after which Rev. Gorbit with
his congregation returned to the Har Harmony
mony Harmony Baptist church and filled his reg regular
ular regular appointment on Sunday night.
School is progressing nicely. There
are now twenty-three scholars enroll enrolled.
ed. enrolled. The Eloctra boys have certainly im improved
proved improved wonderfully since they began
practicing, but they beg the Moss Bluff
correspondent and booster of their so so-called
called so-called a '.hit-tic- flub to get Webster's
dictionary and learn the meaning of j
the words scientific, amateur and ath athletic.
letic. athletic. He certainly doe- not properly
define any of them in his performances.
Practice what you prea.-h. boys. The
El-ctra boy boast of empty titles.
The champion athletic performer has
tlown and there i- a reason: he was
soon to lo.-r a ro?-e from his chaplet.
While hunting near his i-'.ace Mr
Andrew HoUr-n killed a larg- rattle rattlesnake,
snake, rattlesnake, lie was six feet two ir.che
long and had eleven rattles. Be care careful
ful careful how y.. j w.ilk. Andrew.
We are all glad to -re Miss Dixie
Pill it.- rv.e again.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT
To W. F. Kelly and Robert Jn?on.
i all other j'-rs.'n interested: No-
e-.-iy ven 'hat on Aigu-t
'':rl. Mrs T A. Lvnb and T. A.
j n-s '.. hu-b md. institute! a suit
at i a-a:r.j-t W P. Ke'.Iv an 1 Robert
It.-r -on In hi- own r'.-i r.: for the heirs
..f K. I. R. nsor.. le: a-ed. by at:ah at:ah-'v
'v at:ah-'v n: n :r-uit .court of the f.fth
iud;.-;al :r "it of the state of Florida,
in ..r.d f-.r Marion .-oir.ty. the said
i.:a;r-t.TT ..i:m:r.g as o .1 :r. j e s -a; i
-i t t ': r -'.:'i "f one
, t, j ii- ': i oil 1 r-.
"y -!. -W. r. K-Uy ar. 1 Robert Pen-on.
,,r. i all r j -rs-Ti :ner-sted. are
.- 1 i y.e and a:. pear b-
,r.- the -t!i t- urt ar. 1 df-nd ft?!i
a t: v. on or b fore the
4th ilav of ornil.er. D. 1912.
a' t' e curt l.o-j-e in -al.i. Marion
, .V;r.ty. Florida. default will be
t tk- n i-ainst you.
Witness. S. T. Sis'runk. clerk of
s,v. 1 our:, and the seal of said court
it the --our' house in Ocala. Marion
count v. Florida, this the -;:rd day of
August. A. I I'M.'. S. T. S:trunk.
"lerk Cir-uit 'ourt Mirion Co. Fla.
W. K. Zewadski. Plaintiffs Attorney.
Orange Springs. Sept. 2. Mr. Dan
Johnson spent Sunday in Palatka.
Mr. Harry Holloman, lumberman of
Ocala. is a guest of the Porter House.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKinney of
Lake Butler are the guests of Mt. J.
W. Townsend and family.
Mrs. M. Nash and Mrs. Keys of Co-
Uumbus. Ohio, are homeseekers who
arrived here last week.
Mr Geo. A. Mawman has gone to
Palatka to assist in the office of the
New South Farm and Home Co.
Capt. Smith left for Lakeland last
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bellamy of
Gainsboro. are the guests of their
daughters. Mrs. G. B. Parramore and
Mrs. W. L Co wart.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L Sharpe and child children
ren children of Hahira, Ga., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Massey.
Mr. H. B. Sheldon and family are
moving to Lakeland.
Mr. Lawrence Mitchell of Beachton,
Ga., is a visitor at the springs,
Mr. JTave Jamison of Missouri .is a
Mrs. C. L. Miller of Oregon was a
visitor here last Saturday.
Messrs. Abbot Parramore and Fritx
Townsend are on a hunting expedition.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L Peaney of Marion.
O., were visitors here yesterday.
Mr. John Lowman from Illinois is a
visitor at the springs.
Mrs. Barton Field of Cocoa is visit visiting
ing visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. F. D. Stevenson who ha.s bee
visiting Mrs. W. II. Massey for the
past two weeks, has returned to he?
home in Palatka.
WILSON'S Fit I END IS WINNING
Newark, N. J., Sept. 25. Upon the
face of meagre returns from yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's state-wide primaries Represen Representative
tative Representative William Hughes, of Paterson, Is
leading former United States Senator
James Smith, Jr., in their race for the
democratic nomination to the United
Statcs Senate. Returns at 1 o'clock
from 161 out of the 1,7'J'J -voting dis districts
tricts districts of the state give Hughes 4,449,
Kindergarten and Primary School
Open Monday, Sept. SO
In Kindergarten Rooms
Misses Hallie Ley. Lydia McDougald
and Minnie Stovall
Regular Kindergarten course. Spe-
Jcial classes in primary grade. Rates
and terms on application.-
J 'OTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE rtOARD OF TRADE
Get your certificates Tramed at the
Ocala News Co.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
STOCK FOR SALE
For sale cheap, for cash, three shares
($300) of the capital stock of the Ocala
Fertilizer Company. If Interested In Inquire
quire Inquire at Star office.
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der bladder I had sever hacLaclie tic i a y Lidury action
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Notke :s here'-v g.ven that I. M.
T.-.om is. i ur :a- r .f tax erti'lrat---No-,
r.4. T.V.'. ."51. dut-! th- 3rd day
of J ;r.-. '.:''. t i t-rtifi -ate No. 015.
di'e i .June l o.i tax rtifi "-ate No.
4 !.. date i Jane T--i. I :' and certifL-ate
No. .".J.", da'ed June 1-t. v. ?,. has filed
-a: 1 crt.h --,i- in my ofk-. and ha
male a ation for tax d-ed to i-sue
:n aceor lari' with law. .-'aid certifi-..tte-
t-rr.'-.ra.-e the following describe 1
f-rot-erty situated in Marion county.
Florida, to-wit: Ne5 of swV ar.4 r.e-,
of n-l4. se. t; n towns hi 1". south,
rar.-'e east, ar.l I v.- 1. -'. . 21. 22.
Hill Farm sn -tion- :i-ll. town.-My
1" south, ranae -' vast, and r.w'. -tion
') and -e'4 section 1 H. township
1". ran-: 24. The -aid land !in
jjJSeS.f1 'If the lite of the i.-UdtH'f Of
s-j- ':i '-ertifi' aie .n the name of V It.
i'jx. Aiikti'-an Pn.s. Co., I. T. Kin Kin-da!!.
da!!. Kin-da!!. Itar-dail Tucker. Fnless .-aid
n.s to law. tax fitts'i win issue t .ereon
on tne 2nl day cf Noverr.V-r, A. I.
Witness mv offirial signature and
s-al this the 21st dav of e ntemb.-r. A.
D. 1!12. T. Sistrnnk,
Cleric '.'ireuit 'ourt Marion Co. Fl.
MURIMME &- GIHIAMB1LII
A HankV usefulness to the people of the commur commur-ity
ity commur-ity depends enfjivly upon" its ability to proiH?rl care
for such banking business as the bank may teek or is
The organization on the system and the ability of
The Munroe it Chambliss Bank is thorough in every re respect,
spect, respect, and its willingness to care for the varied business
interests of this and adjoining countiesl is evidenced in
the fact that it has been doing this very thing for the
past fifteen years .
The Munroeand Chambliss Hank has the Organiza Organiza-ti
ti Organiza-ti n necessary to give your banking affair the careful
a:- i prompt attention you require.
Wc Will be Pleased to Serve Vou.
THE MUWR0E & CHAMBLISS BANK
Call up Phone 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am we employ mm bat expert re are tm pnnltloa t uraatee r.
-err pler-e of work we eonntrnrt to ataart the I aspect loa mt the hmmC
rlKld Inaperlora. It eoata aothlnic to tret our flint re, and yoo are the
ulaner, whether we aeenre the cob tract or aot. Give aa a trial.
H. W. TUCKER
FOKT KING BLOCK
Florida Auitlo Mes Co.
North of Government BuIIdlna
Effective September 15th, 1912
No 12 leaves Ccala 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.
MARION COUNTY FAIRNOVEMBER 26 TO 29, 1912
Open to Marion county horses only. Horses barred that have not been
owned in the county at least six months l-rior o date of races.
In all races, five horses to enter, three to go.
Entrance Fees: 5 per cent, of purses, a!?o 5 per cent, of winnings.
All purses to be divided into three moneys: 0 per cent, to 1st; 25 per
cent, to 2nd; 15 per cent, to 3rd.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912
1st Race Three minute class. Best two in three, mile beats. Purse, CO.
2nd Race Motorcycle Race; ten miles. Purse, $15.
Srd Race 2:40 Class. Best two in three, mile heats. Purse, $50.
4th Race Running, half mile dash. Purse, $25.
WEDNESDAY, N0VI.!3ER 27, 1912
1st Race Motorcycles; ten. miles. Punee, $25.
2nd Race Open to horses that have ever entered a race. Half mile
heats. Best two in three. Purse, $50.
3rd Race 2:30 Class. Best 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, mil
heats. Purse, $50.
3rd Race Open to horses beaten in let and 2nd day's Races. P.est
two in thre, half mile heats. Purse, $50.
4th Race Open only to horses driven by negroes. BoRt two In three.
Half mile heats. Purse, 50.
5th Race Mule Race; negro riders; half mile dash, (no fee).
Cth Race Running; half mile dash. Purse, $25.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1012
1st Race Motorcycle; ten miles. Open to losers iu prior three days
races. Purse, $15.
2nd Race Colts and Fillies, Marion county raised. Best two in three.
Half mile heats. Purse, $50.
3rd Race Free for all, Marion county horses. Best two In three, inlle
heats. Hopples barred. Purse, $50.
' 4th Race Running, half mile dash. Purse, $25.
The Association reserves the right to substitute other races for those
which do not fill, or make changes to conform to entries. Rules, Amerl Amerl-"tinR
"tinR Amerl-"tinR Association, to govern. J. M. MEFFKRT,
JNO. L. EDWARDS,
S. R. PYLES.
us Give an Estimate on Yonr
TUH MOST IMPARTIAL JI'DGR
Must admit that there In nothing
lacking In either the quality or quan
tity or our auto supplies, litre you
can obtain everything from a m nmall
wrench to a iet of new tire and at a
price that reduces the upkeep nf your
machine by many per cent. Make up
Ko 20 leaves Ccala t.CO a.m.
mt aa aT .. a mm
no ll leaves ucaia z:u p.m.
No 21 arrives Ocala 11:00 a.m.
No 23 arrives Ocala 5:45 p.m.
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1012
Mradls from a IMwy
"ONE MAN' SYSTEM"
"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 profits, and used half for pleasure x x-pHiises,
pHiises, x-pHiises, saving the other half. He said it was all due to
the little system he used and knowing exactly what he
THE WAY TO SAVE-OAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
flip? sramrarttl fnut
AS with an expensive, high power
racing automobile, so with groceries. The human ma machine
chine machine needs the best fuel to get the greatest efficiency
from it just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself--for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good wholesome food.
That is YOUR fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make the right kind of fuel
(or you. because they are made from Whole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers. Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted). Educator Luncheon Biscuit, Educator Sweet
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers, Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
. Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.
K. Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ALLIGATOR RAIN COATS
They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There Is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
KNIGHT &l LANG
Three Cardinal Principles are
Second. PURITY of DRUGS,
Third PROMPT SERVICE.
These three Principles are
OlUlr, w 1111 u urn iirajtii ui ueii
your Family Depends on them.
" """"""""""""""V MMW SBSSSJ ''SBBSV
We have a Complete-Stock of Drug and Druggists Sup Supplies
plies Supplies 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 Sforc
FHONE 281, NIGHT PHONE 289
Observes at This Drug Store.
Vital, in the Service of a Drug
niw xjuu ui r-unnj mviiiuni ui
On The Square
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Moo.e meet Thursday evening.
R. A. M. meet Friday even in sr.
Phone 2(4 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
A new line of toilet requisites Just
In. Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores.
Cottage for rent. Good location.
Apply to .Yonse's Tin Shop.
FOR RENT A six-room cottage.
Apply to Mrs. R. D Fuller.
FOU SALK Perfectly reliable fam family
ily family horse anl .surrey. Call Phone 211.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard returned
last night from a mot pleasant trip
to New York and other northern cities.
One young cow. Will milk in No November.
vember. November. Will give IV2 gallons. $20.
Apply Taylor Printing Company.
FOR SALE A perfectly reliable
family horse, surrey and single buggy.
L. F. P.lalock.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co.
Don't forget that Norris candy will
win you a home or end a scrap. It Is
always fresh at the Court Pharmacy.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores.
Mr. Frank Harris, Jr., leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for a well earned vacation in New
Your vacation is not complete with
out a kodak. Gerig's Postofflce Drug
Please remember that you can ob obtain
tain obtain everything you need in the toilet
line at the Court Pharmacy.
Store for rent, corner of Fort King
avenue and Magnolia street. Apply to
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give
new lire. Sold at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. C. E. Connor came up from the
lake this morning to attend to his reg
ular duties at the court house.
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at e'elock at the
three rooms and bath,
light housekeeping. No.
1 South Fifth
When you are sick and need a phy
cian, remember that anything he
uers will be sure to be compounded an
the right way at the Court Pharmadv.
Information regarding afternoon and
night classes of dancing can be obtain-1
ed from Mrs. Southerland, 8" Fort
King avenue, telephone No. 95.
Arkansas Chin & Fever Tonic, 2p
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
for colds and lagrlpi
Mrs. J. Brown returned yester
day from Ocala, where she went sev
eral days since to look after some
property interests. Gainesville Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Perry are home
from their visit to Texas. They visited
Waco and other leading Texan cities
and had a most pleasant vacation.
Miss Nina Swearlngen has returned
to her home In Ocala after having
spent the week end as the guest of
Miss Marie Thurman on Florida ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Tampa Tribune.
M. J. Roess, of Ocala. a prominent
lumber magnate of Central Florida,
spent yesterday in the city on a busi business
ness business mission. Mr. Roess is heavily in interested
terested interested in the St. Petersburg Novelty
Works. St. Petersburg Times.
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.
Mrs. G. W. ntts. nee Miss Fannie
Mae Sage, came in on the noon train
for a visit to her relatives for a few
days. Mr. and Mrs. Pitts are making
their home in St. Petersburg.
A card received from Miss Helen
Brown states that she Is back at school
and at work in earnest. The weather
is very cool at Lynchburg and she says
she enjoys the change.
Mrs. Jake Brown writes that snow
was falling in Boston on Saturday
and that she is wearing heavy winter
clothes. She already feels the benefit
of the change.
WANTED One woman in each
county who desires employment in
home town. $13 per week. Be inde independent
pendent independent and self-supporting. D. B.
McCurdy Company, Como Building,
Mr. Adolph Harrison, a skilled paint painter,
er, painter, direct from New York, has accept accepted
ed accepted a position with Mr. Jos. W. Dodge,
the well known decorator and sign ar artist.
tist. artist. Mr. Harrison has all the late
metropolitan ideas, and will give the
patrons of the Dodge Company the
benefit of his experience.
Mr. Fort, who is with Mr. Feltham at
Melver & MacKay's. will spend Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday in Jacksonville. He
will meet his wife, who is coming from
:New York on Monday, and bring her to
1 Ocala with him.
Deputy Sheriff Charles Smith left to today
day today for DeLand. after J. S. Westers, a
young white man. wanted for forging
checks on Sheriff Galloway. Westers
has a weakness for forging checks on
sheriffs. He was sent up several years
ago for signing Sheriff Gordon's name
to a check, but the experience diJ not
D. W. McGinnis of Ocala spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday and yesterday in the city, being
registered at the Detroit. In Mr. Mc McGinnis'
Ginnis' McGinnis' opinion. Ocala is the premier
city of Florida and there is no place
like it. Being in the center of one of
the rich phosphate districts, the busi business
ness business transacted in the Brick City Is
Immense, and Is several times larger
than the amount of business of an or ordinarily
dinarily ordinarily situated city of its size. St.
TEACHERS FOR THE TERM
Following are the names of the
talented instructors who will assist
Principal Workman in the Ocala High
School during the season of 1912-13:
High school: Miss Addie Bartlett of
Vanderbilt University; Miss Isabel
Mays, of the University of Virginia;
Mr. D. L. Milne, of the Ohio Northern
Eighth grade: Miss Cora Murray, of
the Georgia State Normal.
Seventh grade: Miss Margaret Law
rence. of Wlnthrop College.
Sixth gradf Miss Elizabeth Mizelle.
Fifth grade: Mrs. Rex Todd.
Fourth grade: Mrs. H. S. Wesson.
Assistant fourth grade: Miss Emma
CAR OF RUST PROOF OATS
The Ocala Seed Store has received a
carload of Texas Rust Proof seed oats
for the Marion county planters.
HOUSE AND FLAT FOR RENT
For rent furnished or unfurnished.
gas stove with house, most desirable
location. Apply to phone 216 or ad
dress No. 129 Fort King avenue.
RESIDENCE FOR RENT
My large 10-room residence, new and
convenient, possession Oct. 1st; $20
per month. Address G. D. Hogan. city.
The high school football team Is put
ting In some good hard work and is
in hopes of having a full line up in
good working order by the end of this
week. The first game will be with
Orlando or Tampa the middle of next
month. The football team was a big
advertisement for Ocala last year and
with a little help from the merchants
this year will give Ocala another
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stanley returned
this afternoon over the Seaboard from
Atlanta, where they were called Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr.
Mr. J. W. Kimb rough of Lakeland is
in the city, combining business with
pleasure. Mr. Kimbrough is proprietor
of the Kimbrough overhead irrigating
Miss Mary Connor came up from the
lake on the noon train today. Miss
Connor will open her school of music
shortly, and during the winter will
make her home with Mrs. Annie Perry.
Mrs. R. L. Martin returned this
morning on the Seaboard. She visited
the past month her cousin, Mrs. Alice
E. Law in New York City, and spent a
week with friends in Westerly, R. I.
She returned from New York via the
Clyde Line to Jacksonville.
Mrs. Annie Condon, who has been
quite ill for the past week, is slowly
improving. Her many friends hope
that she will soon be restored to
.. Mrs. I Home and children and
mother, Mrs. K. C. Edwards, arrived
home today from their summer's
trip in the north and east. They have
been spending the past two weeks at
Daytona Beach. Monday morning
Master Norman Home spent three
hours fishing and caught two bass,
one weighing 24 pounds and the other
15 pounds, and a shark that weighed
10 pounds. It is needless to add that
he was very proud of his catch.
The Star received last night a card
from Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tydings, who
are seeing the sights of Washington
City.. The card showed a picture of
the Unitfd States treasury and was
calculated to awaken the envy of any
Mr. J. L Smoak has received word
from Micanopy and Anthony that there
will be quite a number of people from
these two places that will go on the
excursion down to Sunday Bluff Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. There is a large crowd going
from Ocala also. Mr. Smoak is get getting
ting getting the boat In shape so that every
comfort will be provided for those
who take this trip.
One of the nuisances that affects the
city is the crowd of little darkies, and
some few white boys, that gather
near the side entrance to the Temple
theater every evening that there Is a
show and make the night ugly if not
hideous with their noise and bad
language. A great many of their un unprintable
printable unprintable remarks are, loud enough to
be heard half a block off, and are an
insult to any lady passing in that dis distance.
tance. distance. If the Temple people can't sup suppress
press suppress this nuisance they should call
on the police to help them.
South Third street from the A. C. L
tracks to the laundry has been greatly
improved by a few loads of cinders,
dumped there. South Main street also
has been improved in the same man manner.
ner. manner. This work was not done any too
soon as these streets were almost im impassable.
passable. impassable. Three new nouses are being built on
South Magnolia street, two cottages
and one two-story residence. These
houses are a big improvement for this
part of the city. The negro houses on
this street have nearly all been paint painted,
ed, painted, which makes this street look a
great deal better than it did a few few-weeks
weeks few-weeks ago.
Mr. J. D. Sumner of Tampa, who has
been visiting his sister, Mrs. Charles
Goddard. left today for Palatka from
where he will go up the St. Johns to
Jacksonville for a few days stay. Mr.
Sumner Is thoroughly enjoying his va vacation
cation vacation and it is the first he has had in
There is more sickness in Marion
county than there has been in months.
The sickness is nothing serious Just
a light fever caused by so much rain.
There is hardly a home in the county
that has not had some kind of sick sickness
ness sickness this month.
R. L Martin, room 9 Merchant's
block, will sell now a few choice lots
fronting on lake, cjose to Lake Weir
station, at bargain prices. If you ever
expect to own a lot on Lake Weir pur purchase
chase purchase should be made now, as these
lots, within two year, will be worth
five times the price at which they are
Terkeween Oil, the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in the
back or sides and all other ache. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co,
Running up and down stairs, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and bending over making beds will
not make a woman healthy or beau beautiful.
tiful. beautiful. She must get out of doors, walk
a mile or two every day and take
Chamberlain's Tablets to improve her
digestion and regulate her bowels. For
sale by all dealers.
ieed oats and rye for
at the Ocala Seed Store.
UIk mil alera la a Flat Weatera
Sabjeet TfcU KvealaK
The feature picture at the Air Dome
tonight is an S. & A. showing Bfg BilV
Anderson in a thrilling western pic
ture. A roaring comic will be another
The children's night last evening was
a glowing success, the prize. for the
little folks being especially interest
;ng. Another night for the children
will be given later in the week.
On El Monte Ranch. An S. & A.,
featuring Big Bill Anderson.
The Runaways. A roaring comic by
the Lubin Co.
Under the Sway. A powerful drama.
Thermos bottle given Saturday
night. Prizes given tonight.
EXCELLENT PLAY AT
THE TEMPLE THIS EVEMXG
The Maddocks-Field Company play
ed St. Elmo to a good house last night.
They didn't do as well as they did
with "The Man Who Wins;" in fact.
St. Elmo Is a punk play and this town
has seen It so many times in the last
few years that it is weary of It.
The Maddocks-Fields have a good
play for tonight, tho. In "The Girl of
Eagle Ranch." It is a lively piece and
and the company has always made a
success of it. This is their last ap
pearance for this engagement, but it is
hoped they will return some time dur
ing the season.
DEL AD LKE CITY
AGAIN THIS AFTERNOON
Adel put it all over Lake City 3-es-
terday afternoon, winning by 10 to 3.
It was a very fine game and a treat to
all who saw it.
The two teams line up for their
last game here this afternoon. Aber-
crombie will pitch for Lake City, and
the Florida boys hope to recover, some
of their lost ground. The Georgia
team, however, is made up of vet
erans, almost all of whom could play
in the big leagues and it takes a lucky lucky-streak
streak lucky-streak for any amateur nine to make
headway against them.
Mr. Carlisle Izlar, one of Ocala's
smartest baseball boys, is aiding the
Lake City team.
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
Ferry, piano, and Lillie Bailey, violin.
Anyone wishing lessons should write
or see Miss Connor at her studio, No.
1. Fort King avenue, (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. L ANTE
Regular office hours: 9 to 12 a. m.;
2 to 5 p. m.
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 2ft3, city.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes. 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Tostoffice Drugstores.
What Are You Paying?
Bine Riblxm Ixnion and Vanila
Extract, two lOc bottles for. .15c
Regular 2.c. size for ;20c
Large Pail Snowdrift ..$1.2."
Medium Pail Snowdrift .0c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue Hen Matches per pkg l.'c
C Cakes Expost Rorax Soap. . 2."c
Baker's or Hurler's Chocolate
per pound 33c
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans
per can 10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . .10c
Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3 . .
. .for 25c
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee, ier ound. .30c
3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 PkRs. Lipton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes . 22c
3 Cans .c. Clold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 25c
132 Pound Sugar $.1.00
14 Pounds Whole Rice $.100
Old Country Blend Tea, per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil 0c
Bulk Oatmeal per pound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
Cheese, per pound 20c
O Cans Karo Syrup 55c
Heinz Vinegar, per gallon..: 35c
Irish Potatoes, per peck 30c
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c
12-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour 50c
21-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour $1.00
Half Barrel Pilsbury Flour . .$3.75
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 50c
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $1.00
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour . .$1.03
90 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $3.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Hour $3.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Hour $7.13
12 lb. Bob White Hour 45c
21 lbs. Bob White Flour 85c
90 lbs. Bob White Hour $3.35
Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$0.50
KEEP YOUR THUMB ON
Deposit your money-in our Bank. It r
encourages thrifty, economical habits of
saving. : : : :
Pay All Bills By Check
Through our Bank. N It's the simplest
and safest way as well as being up to date
and convenient Youcanrely on our Bank
H. gTCKEi. CajhUr.
JNO. L. IIWARDI, Ptm. CLARENCE CA1TP. Tie. Pm.
On Monday and Tuesday,
Sept. 30th-Oct. 1st
Will have on Display, at the Ocala House Millinery
Parlors a Complete Line of Imported French Pat Pattern
tern Pattern Hats. New Novelties of all Descriptions.
Everybody Invited to Call and See the
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good
1 G-hole Steel Range, with reservoir,
1 Tlnmo-f aA HacV a A rrr One. a
uvuiu-jiftuu Acaa uuu ajuujw vaoc, 5iaoa uiMJl S9 KJUtJf t)4MJ
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only '. '22.00
1 Thonograph, and 6 Records, only...: .5.75,'.
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only .......... i. O.OOi-
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12.8."Pi1'
Lot of used Records, some conrl as nonr. At: ' UW" JftA oVofc
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, 91.00; for Iron beds, $3.3
h. rc. Yooi: a;iv ix
tiii: pm Miiixri in mm:ss
R. E. Yonse & Co. are again In the
plumbin? business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter 8. 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 A- Co.
nil sigma colu:;i:
Everybody knows our teaching abil ability
ity ability in literary, language and mathe mathematical
matical mathematical work, but do you know that
Mrs. Looney, in about four months,
prepared pupils that could take only a
half-hour to an hour per day in Miort
hand, so that they went right Into
And, do you know that our book bookkeeping
keeping bookkeeping department requires only an
hour a day for twenty days for a pu pupil
pil pupil to learn single-entry bookkeeping,
and a real bright pupil in half that
In double entry, twentieth century
system, one hour a day for three
months will give all the most light lightning
ning lightning calculating processes, and this
difficult but most comprehensive sys system.
tem. system. This school, under the auspices of
the Phi Sigma faculty, will give these
lessons at $3. a month in class, from
2 to 3 p. m.
For private pupils, one at a time,
any other hour in the afternoon, at $1
a lesson. This Is guaranteed.
Mr or Mrs. G. C. Looney, Ocala, Fla.
l'KOP.WK J Kit SKY I'AUHOT
Flooey. Mrs. James Smith's parrot,
escaped from his cage in the Smith
home in Kearny, N. J., eays the world,
and perched In the topmost branch of
a high tree, where he proceeded to teU
the Kearny residents his candid opln
ion of them. A crowd gathered. In It
"Does Polly want a cracker?" asked
a policeman, soothingly.
"Like hell I want a cracker! Polly
wants a highball," responded the bird.
"Come, Polly, let's go for a drink,"
suggested the policeman.
"Pull your head in, you boob! I'D
stay where I am."
Boys were sent up the tree, where wherefore
fore wherefore Flooey sailed to earth, and war
EPIiCOPAI. HECTORV FOIl BEXT
The new Episcopal rectory eight
rooms, all modern conveniences, close
to business center. Apply to J. M. God Goddard
dard Goddard at the Colonial 'Hotel.
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company.
The Ocala Heights Dairy can furnish
pure milk and cream. Call phone 421,
or stop the wagon.
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
band a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated Tight.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
condition, only 19.00
good condition .... ....... 18.SO
ivf Ann f-M ...Im artffc
ot Variety Store
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during th
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, H degrees.
Maximum temperature, 89 degrees.
Average, 79 degrees.
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This ia the MEAT MARKET that IS
CLEAN that gives you prompt, quick,
If you aren't a patfon of ours we
earnestly solicit that you grant us a
trial we're certain that you will find
our TtOASTS, STEAKS, CHOPS, HAMS,
DA CON, SAUSAGE, etc., of particular particularly
ly particularly excellent quality.
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STOYES and RANGES
Economist Cook Stoves and Ranges,
All sizes and Styles. Carload Shipment
just Received last Week. See our dis display
play display at the store. Ask to see "Bridge "Bridge-ford
ford "Bridge-ford Best," the Range with the Oven
that Pulls Out, "the Marvel ot the twen twentieth
tieth twentieth Century." : : : :
fflartoi MaMware C.
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set'with your Initial on same.
St. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mardarin) FLORIDA
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by Ahe Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intelectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms. Dorm Dormitories,
itories, Dormitories, Dining Hall and Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior
. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORI7TTO, FLORIDA.
you may need, and will
"QUICK HIDE HIM
the Comedy of
the Same Name
From Pkotofraphs of
the Play as Produced
By Henry W. Savage
Copyright, lvil, ly U. K. Fly Co.
Good Night, All!
The car was settling gradually into
peace, liut mere was suu some mm mm-mur
mur mm-mur and drowsy energy. Shoes con continued
tinued continued to drop, heads to bump against
uDner berths, the bell to ring: now
ana tnen, ana ring again ana again.
The porter paid little heed to it;
he was busy making up number five
(Ira Lathrors berth) for Marjorie,
who was making what preparations
she could for her trousseauless, hus hus-bandless,
bandless, hus-bandless, dogless first night out.
Finally the Englishman, who had al almost
most almost rung the bell dry of electricity,
shoved from his berth his indignant
and undignified head. Once more the
car resounded with the cry of "Paw
The porter moved up with notice noticeable
able noticeable deliberation. "Did you ring,
"Did I ring! Pawtah, you may
draw my tub at eight-thutty in the
"Draw yo' what, sah?" the porter
"Lawdy, man. Is you allowln' to
take a ba-ath In the mawnin'?"
"Of course I am."
"Didn't you have one befo' you
"How dare you! Of cawse I did."
"Well, that's all you git."
"Do you mean to tell me that there
is no tub on this beastly train?"
Wedgewood almost fell out of bed
with the shock of this news.
"We do not carry tubs no, sah.
There's a lot of tubs in San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, though.;
"No tub on this train for four days!"
Wedgewood sighed. '"Hat whatever
does one do in the meanwhile?"
"One just waits. Yassah. one and
"It's ghahstly, that's what it is,
"Yassah," said the porter, and
mumbled as he walked away, "but the
weather is gettln cooler."
He finished preparing Marjorie's
bunk, and was just suggesting that
Mallory retreat to the smoking room
while number three was made up,
when there was a commotion in the
corridor, and a man In checked over overalls
alls overalls dashed into the car.
His ear was slightly red, and he
held at arm's length, as if it were a
venomous monster, Snoozleums. And
"Say, whose durn dog is this? He
bit two men, and he makes so much
noise we can't sleep in the baggage
Marjorie went flying down the aisle
to reclaim her lost lamb in wolf's
clothing, and Snoozleums, the returned
prodigal, yelped and leaped, and told
her all about the indignities he had
been subjected to, and his valiant
struggle for liberty.
Marjorie. seeing only Snoozleums,
sterped Into the fatal berth number
one. and paid no hei to the danglir.g
ribbons. Ya!!ory. enr:or to restore
himse'f to her lov? by loving her c(k.
crowded closer to her shie, making a'
hypocritical ado over the iui.
Everybody v.as poi-rirg his or her
face o-it to learn the cnn?e ot such
clamor. Among the bcdi.'ess heads
suipenled akng th? curtains, like
Dyr.k troj-hle-s aj the grr:;t
mask of Litile Jinrnie Wellington. He
had been unable- to sleep for mourn- j
ing the wanton waste of that lovely i
When he peered forth, his eyes i
hardly believed themselves. The
elusive bride and groom were actu- ;
ally in the trap the hen pheasant
and the chanticleer. But the net did I
not fall. He waited to see them sit
down, and spring the infernal ma
chine. But thev would not sit
Tn for. lrri.u i
Harry tenderly, now. since he hari I
won her back by his efforts to con-
sole Snoozleums she was muttering
we must not he seen together,
honey. Go away, I'll see you In the
And Mallory. was saying with bit bitterest
terest bitterest resignation: "Good night my
And they were shaking hands! This
Incredible bridal couple was shaking
hands with itself disintegrating!
Then Wellington determined to do at
least his duty by the sacred rites.
The sanins passengers saw what
HURRY!" SHE GASPED.
"as prooaoiy tne largest pair or pa pajamas
jamas pajamas in Chicago. They saw Little
Jimmie, smothering back his giggles
like a schoolboy, tiptoe from his
berth, enter the next berth, brushing
the porter aside, climb on the seat,
and clutch the ribbon that pulled the
stopper from the trap.
Down upon the unsuspecting elop elopers
ers elopers came this miraculous cloudburst
of ironical rice, and with it came Lit Little
tle Little Jimmie Wellington, who lost what
little balance he had, and catapulted
into their midst like the offspring of
j an iceberg.
It was at this moment that Mrs.
Wellington, hearing the loud cries of
the panic-stricken Marjorie, rushed
from the Women's Room, absent-mindedly
combing a totally detached sec section
tion section of her hair. She recognized fa familiar
miliar familiar pyjamas waving In air, and
with one faint gasp: "Jimmie! on this
train!" she swooned away. She would
have fallen, but seeing that no one
paid any attention to her, she recov recovered
ered recovered consciousness on her own hook,
and vanished into her berth, to medi meditate
tate meditate on the whys and wherefores of
her husband's presence in this car.
Dr. Temple in a nightgown and
trousers; Roger Ashton, in a collar collar-less
less collar-less estate, and the porter, managed
to extricate Mr. Wellington irom nis
plight, and stow him away, though It
wa3 like putting a whale to bed.
Mallory, seeing that Marjorie had
fled, Tented his wild rage against fate
in general, and rice traps in particu particular,
lar, particular, by tearing the bridal bungalow to
pieces, and then he stalked into the
smoking room, where Ira Lathrop,
homeless and dispossessed, was sound
asleep, with his feet in the chair.
He was dreaming that he was a
boy in Brattleboro, the worst boy In
Brattleboro, trying to get up the cour courage
age courage to spark pretty Anne Gattle, and
throwing rocks at the best boy In
town, Charlie Selby, who was always
at her side. The porter woke Ira, an
hour later, and escorted him to the
late bridal section.
Marjorie had fled with her dog, as
soon as she could grope her way
through the deluge of rice. She hop hopped
ped hopped into her berth, and spent an hour
trying to clear her hair of the mul-
titudinous grains. And as for Snoozle Snoozleums,
ums, Snoozleums, his thick wool was so be-rlced
that for two days, whenever he shook
himself, he snew.
Eventually, the car quieted, and
nothing was heard b'tt the rumble and
ciick of the wheels on the rails, the
creak, of timbers, and the frog-like
chorus of a few well-trained snorers.
As the porter was turning down the
last of the lights, a rumpled pate was
thrust from the stateroom, and the
luscious eyed man whispered:
"Porter, what time did you say we
crossed the Iowa state line?"
"Two fifty-five a. m."
From within the stateroom came a
deep sigh, then with a dismal groan:
"Call me at two fifty-five a. m." the
door was closed.
Poor Mallory, pyjamaless and night night-shirtless,
shirtless, night-shirtless, lay propped up on his pil pillows,
lows, pillows, staring out of the window at the
swiftly shifting night scene. The state
of Illinois was being pulled out from
under the train like a dark rug.
Farmhouses gleamed or dreamed
lampless. The moonlight rippled on
endless seas of wheat and Indian
corn. Little towns slid up and away.
Large towns rolled forward, and were
left behind. Ponds, marshes, brooks,
pastures, thickets and great gloomy
groves flowed past as on a river. But
the same stars and the moon seemed
to accompany the train. If the flying
witness had been less heavy of heart,
he would have found the reeling scene
full of grace and night beauty. But
he could not see any charm in all the
world, except his tantalizing other
self, from whom a great chasm
seemed to divide him, though she was
only two windows away.
He had not yet fallen asleep, and
he was still pondering how to attain
his unmarried, unmarriable bride,
when the train rolled out in air above
a great wide river, very noble under
the stars. He knew it for the Mis Mississippi.
sissippi. Mississippi. He heard a faint knocking
on a door at the other end of the car.
He heard sounds as of kisses, and
tbn somebody tiptoed along the aisle
stealthily. He did not know that an another
other another bridegroom was being separated
from his bride because they were too
Somewhere in Iowa he fell asleep.
m:t M i)vv
Til 1 1
' T i
' l i Xortii! rr. tra:n leave
a a. ni.. arrivinz at the
a: v::). Trs-. City -:f Ocala
;:ea 1 "f the s-;.rin at
'cl.'ck. The f ire for th- roun i trip
' t-v. : T: :1k t s r, is.-- l on the
ir Al-x iri'U r's Lan-Jir.z. where
'1-r '2'(-;..-Tv C irrnlehaei farm is
it. 1. Gr.r-amvi:i?. Cjnror, Sul?hur
.-Jjr:nz-. Ki-.-. J jre'? Lan-lins.
IIr.ri.-r w.ll -j-rea I at Sun lav Bluff.
TJif :luff i a!.ut .-iVf nty-nve feet
hUh. Ileturninz. the boat will arrive
a: the sT.rinzs a: 1 rn.. ar
leave for Ocala at Z:Z.. L-
e wirrie-J by those taking
n ti als will be served on
t.i tr.;. as
"While shopping, stop ar.J cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; just want your company.
PEACE MEET HEAR
Great Britain and Germany to
Rally to Promote Better Understand Understanding
ing Understanding Between Nations Is Called to
Dispell Danger of War and En Encourage
courage Encourage Friendship.
London. A general conference for
the purpose of promoting a better un understanding
derstanding understanding between England and Ger Germany
many Germany is to be held here during the
summer. It is being organized by a
special committee representing the Na National
tional National Peace council, the British-German
Friendship society a.nd the Coun Council
cil Council of British Churches.
"A number of Influential Germans
are coming over to take part in the
conference," said Dr. F. Evan3 Dar Darby,
by, Darby, a member of the committee, "and
we hope, through the presentation of
their views materially to Influence
"Our one aim is to do all we can to
remove the cloud of misunderstanding
which in the past admittedly has led
to the verge of war."
The archaeological excavations un under
der under the direction of Daninos Pasha
have now fully revealed the necropo necropolis
lis necropolis of Heliopolis, which was the intel intellectual
lectual intellectual center of Egypt for over 4,000
years, ani the place where Moses re received
ceived received the sacerdotal and military
training which enabled him to lead the
Israelites out of their Egyptian bond bondage.
age. bondage. The necropolis is situated In the
desert a trifle more than three miles
eastward of the Matorish obelisk. The
burial places cut from the rocks of
the Arabian range were from 65 to 220
feet deep. They were covered with
sand, the removal of which revealed
mummies of human bodies and the
skeletons of sacred animals and birds.
Undamaged ibis eggs were also found.
Unfortunately these tombs had been
ransacked years ago by Romans and
Arabs huntinj lor treasure, and only
about five or trix per cent, of them
had escaped the ravages of the treasu-
A pillar has been found decorated
with the black bull Mnevis, and this
indicates what the excavators hope
will prove to be in the newly discov discovered
ered discovered necropolis a Mnevisseum, which
is sure to contain objects and docu documents
ments documents of the greatest interest. Dani
nos Pasha is now devoting all of his
energies to uncovering this Mnlves-
The British School of Archaeology
has also been making some interest
ing discoveries as the result of their
excavations in the desert. At Mem'
phis the excavators for the school un
covered a gigantic sphinx, made of
alabaster and weighing 80 tons. This
sphinx, which la in a perfect state
of preservation, was carved and erect
ed about 1300 B. C.
At Helicpolls the school excavators
uncovered an earthen fortress with
walls over 100 feet thick, inclosing a
rounded square a quarter of a mile In
diameter. It is not Egyptian work.
and probably dates back to the early
SEVEN BAND TO HELP OTHERS
All th9 Income From Funds Not Nec
essary to Help Relatives Will Go
to Assist Others.
New York. In a certificate of Incor Incorporation
poration Incorporation filed with the secretary of
state at Albany it is stated that Abra Abraham,
ham, Abraham, David, Joseph, Nathan, Oscar,
Samuel and Simon Y'eltman, all tooth
ers, have Incorporated the Weltman
family fund, for the purpose of assist
ing 6uch members of their family as
might in the future require financial
Six of the brothers are wealthy
cloak manufacturers of this city, and
the seventh, Nathan, Is a progressive
farmer, with several farms In central
New York state.
At the offices of the attorney for the
family it was said that the seven
brothers have been accustomed to
give substantial amounts to charities
each year. Recently the brothers de
elded that it would be better policy for
each of the seven to contribute a cer
tain amount each year to the family
fund and use the Income for the fam
Ily if necessary, but otherwise to give
it to some charity.
At death each brother will bequeath
to the fund a certain percentage of his
LEASE VOID BY BEDBUGS
New York Court Holds Swarm
Pests Justifies Tenant In Mov Moving
ing Moving From House.
New York. The appellate division
of the supreme court of New York
state has held, in a decision Just ren rendered
dered rendered here, that the presence of bed bedbugs
bugs bedbugs Is justification for the breaking
of a lease by a tenant.
Howard Ehrich, a member of the
stock exchange, last fall leased a
country house on Long Island. The
Ehrichs moved in Oct 15. They were
greeted, they declared in court, by a
delighted swarm of bedbugs. Because
of the bedbugs they moved out Nov.
19 and declined to pay a cent of rent.
Recluse Left $32,000 4o Soy of Twelve.
Springfield, Mo. Orris Northrop,
aged twelve years, was kind to James
Burge, a recluse, during his last ill illness.
ness. illness. In return, the grateful old man
on his deathbed bequeathed the "house
and all it contained" to the boy. In
his wretched hovel was found $32,000.
The state circuit court this week sus sustained
tained sustained the claim.
Dathe the face an-3 hai:J3 or a person
siclc with fever with DARBY'S PRO PROPHYLACTIC
PHYLACTIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID in a little water.
It reduces the fever, allays irritation
aril revives the patient wonderfully.
Apply the fiUii 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. Soli by all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. SCHOOL DOOKS AT MARTIVS
The Ocala News Co., G. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.
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"The Motorcycle with a Thousand Speeds!"
This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. Th
Indian's "flexibility of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch
This device enables the Indian rider to regulate his
peed fiom 4 to 60 rules an hour by merely moving
the? clutch !-ver the riht derree. By this action the
clutch can be "slipped and the machine driven at
the speed best suited to the moment.
In other words, the Variable Speed and Free Engine
Clutch is the means by which the motor power is fed
to the machine at the will of the rider.
This feature and magneto supplied without extra
caarge on au mz Model Indians.
Ask for a free demonstration
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