The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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FUJRMTORE
For All oi Ihe Cczss
AT RIGHT PRICES
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912.
NO. 101.
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AN UNEASY FEELING in the stomach or
bowels, caused by indigestion or constipation, yields
quickly to
SIMMONS
RED
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
It removes all impurities or fermented food, cleanses and tones the
stomach and bowels and restores that fine feeling of exhilaration, mental
activity and cheerfulness that belongs only to perfect health.
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end liy mail pu.tpairf. Bjmmona LWrr Krgnlator U pal ap aJao in liquid lorn fr thuM wbe prafar
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J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PROPS.. ST. LOUIS. MO.

DR. A. L, BLALOCK :
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Z
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DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
: 'Phone 211 Ocala. Ha. :
J. E. CHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Itooms O, 10 nnd 11, Second Floor,
Holder I Hock,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.
FIRST CLASS
- CAFE
I am conducting a strictly
first class Cafe for the ac accommodation
commodation accommodation of the business
man, the traveling man, the
ladles and children. The ser service
vice service Is first class and the ta table
ble table Is set with the best that
can be had. Short orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention. Lunch
counter In rear of dining
room.
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I CarmichacI Building. Mag- I
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G J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans nnd Specifications Furnished
Upon Itequest
121 SOUTH THIRD STRKKT
OCALA - FLORIDA
W. C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANM FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
p. o. mix in
OCALA. Ma.a
J. M. WELCH
Contractor and Builder
PLANS AXD SPF.CIFICATIOXS FUll FUll-M
M FUll-M II P.I) i:ro nKUlT.ST
A LI. KINDS OP ItF.rAIItlXG DOXK.
WISTF.HIA IIOTKI, OCALA FLORIDA
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmeis
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
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1). K. McIVKR nnd C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
4U Work Done by Licensed Em Em-Iwtl
Iwtl Em-Iwtl titers nnd Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. K. Mclver 105
C V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block

OCALA - FLORIDA

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For PreNldeot
WOODROW WILSON
For Vice Prealdeat
THOMAS It. MARSHALL,
Presidential Elector
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
CI I AS. E. JONES
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
II. C. SPARKMAN
CoBKresaman, Mate-at-Large
CLAUDE L'ENGLE
CoBKreanman, Flmt District
S. M. SPARKMAN
Governor
PARK TRAMMELL
Secretary of State
II. C. CRAWFORD
A ttorney-Oeneral
THOS. F. WEST
Commissioner of Agriculture
W. A. McRAE
Treasurer
J. C. LUNING
Comptroller
W. V. KNOTT
Superintendent of Public Instruction
W. N. SI I EATS
State Chemist
R. E. ROSE
Adjutant General
J. C. R. FOSTER
Railroad Commissioner
R. C. DUNN
For Member of the I.ejclslature
Li. S. LIGHT
EDWIN SPENCER, JR.
For County Judge
W. E. SMITH
For Sheriff
JOHN" P. GALLOWAY
For Clerk of the Circuit Court
PERRY II. NUGENT
For Tax Assessor
ALFRED AYER
For Tax Collector
W. L COLBERT
For Superintendent oC Schools
J. II. BRINSON
For Treasurer
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For Commissioner, District 1
C. CARMICIIAEL
For Commissioner, District 2
D. G. WAT KINS
For Commissioner, District 3
NATHAN MAYO
For Commissioner, District 4
W. T. HENDERSON
For Commissioner, District 5
WALTER LUFFMAN
For School Commissioner, District 1
W. D. CARN
For School Commissioner, District 2
J. S. GRANTHAM
For School Commissioner, District 3
B. R. BLITCH
For County Surveyor
W. A. MDORHEAD
MAXY DRIVEX FltOM 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 .ir.d health returns. Its
help in coushP. colds, grip, croup,
whooplng-couh arrd sore lungs made
it a positive blessing. 50c. and $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock In
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitor
or Visitor in the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford, N. Q.
.V. I Colbert, Secretary.
Few, if any, medicines, have met
with the uniform success that has at attended
tended attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoea
which it has effected in almost every
neighborhood have given It a wide rep reputation.
utation. reputation. For sale by all dealers.
Terkeween Oil. the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at. Tydings & Co.

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.Mcaragua's Latest Outbreak Hrougat
to an End by Surrender of
the Leader
Bluefields. Nicaragua, Sept. 27. The
revolution organized by General Mena
has been practically brought to an end
by the surrender of Mena to the Amer American
ican American marines under command of Major
Butler at Granada.
With the surrender of Mena and 700
of his men, came also the capitulation
of the fortress of San Francisco near
Granada to the Americans, and the
surrender of the fleet of small steam steamers
ers steamers on Lake Nicaragua which were
manned by Mena's adherents. Mena
and his principal officers will be sent
to Panama.
Rivera Could be Utilized In Digging a
Ship Canal Across Northern
Florida
The people of Waycross, Ga., are
advocating the plan that has already
been frequently discussed, of digging
a ship canal across the peninsula of
Florida. The Waycross plan Is to
utilize the St. Mary's and Suwannee
river route and to take the govern government
ment government machinery and paraphernalia
now In use In the Panama canal and
use It to dig the Florida ditch with.
Should the government decide to ap
propriate a large sum of money and
order this canal constructed, it would
be found that the engineering diffi difficulties
culties difficulties are practically nothing and
with the Panama equipment and canal
digging force already organized, It
would be a work of short duration.
This canal ought to be constructed
and at no very far distant day, proba
bly will be. Whether the route pro proposed
posed proposed is the most available is a prob problem
lem problem that should be devised by compe competent
tent competent engineers. Such a canal would
bring part of Georgia and all of Flor Florida
ida Florida In close touch with the Atlantic
seaboard and would greatly benefit
Pensacola as a port. Pensacola Jour
nal.
BLITCIITON
Blitchton, Sept. 26. Mr. T. J. Bur Burgess
gess Burgess is up after several weeks' illness.
Mr. Jack McCully of Berlin was a
Saturday caller.
Mr. Hammond of Williston called
Monday.
Miss Nicholson of Havana. Fla., is
teaching our public school.
Mrs. Florence George of Morriston
and a party of friends called Tuesday.
Miss Legie Blitch and her guest,
Mrs. C. H. Price of Keuka spent Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. A. L. McKay
of Morriston.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Price of Keuka
returned home Sunday after a few
days the guests of Dr. S. II. Blitch and
family.
Messrs. Landls and Lonis Blitch re returned
turned returned to Columbia College, Lake City,
Monday.
Messrs. Fant, Tison and Miller of
Morriston passed thru Sunday en route
home from Lake Weir.
MERIT NEVER LOSES
And Hall's Texas Wonder has merit. It
gives quick and permanent relief In
kidney, bladder and rheumatic trou troubles,
bles, troubles, and seldom one bottle falls to
cure. Write for local testimonials. Dr.
E. W Hall. 2926 Olive street, St. Louis
Mo. Sold by all druggists.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Like Weir, Sept. 26. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Perrin, who have been sum summering
mering summering in Rutherford, N. J., returned
home last Saturday.
. Mr. E. C. Albertson and wife and
two sons and one daughter arrived
Thursday night from Kansas. Mr. and
Mrs. Albertson went north this spring
and were accompanied home by their
three children.
Mrs. C. S. Gates returned home
from a visit In Webster last Tuesday.
The many friends of Mrs. Haskell
are sorry to hear of her severe illness
and wish ner a speedy recovery.
KENWOOD
Kenwood. Sept. 26. Another big
batch of Kenwood pioneers arrived
here last Thursday.
Mr. John Irvine Is having a large
stable built north of town. Mr. Irvine
has bought several properties in nnd
around Kenwood, wherein he shows
great faith in the town's future. Ev Evidently
idently Evidently Mr. Irvine is not a pessimist.
He Is after results and gets them. He
Is particularly delighted with the
"magnificent crop" of velvet beans and
potatoes now maturing on his farm.
Mr. J. M. Harrigan has been so
greatly encouraged that he has found
It necessary to enlarge his grocery
store. Carpenters are busy on the
structure and the frame Is already
erected.
Mr. S. E. Smith, another of our en enterprising
terprising enterprising merchants, has had built a
spacious veranda over the front porch
of his store. The Improvement Is de decidedly
cidedly decidedly handsome and will be of great
benefit to Mr. Miller and family.
We had the pleasure of visiting the
pretty gardent of Mr. Bader last Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. The variety of vege vegetables
tables vegetables planted and exhibiting rapid
growth Is remarkable when we take
Into consideration the fact that only
three months ago the same land was
In its primitive state. However. Mr.
Bader took time by the forelock and
by incessant labor, we now see pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, sweet and Irish, tomatoes, peas,
rape, okra, onions, lettuce, carrots and
cukes. So much for Mr. Bader's thrift.
It Is simply another of the many In Instances
stances Instances of fact that Florida soil or
sand will produce beautifully and re respond
spond respond quickly, provided you elect to
get busy and go after results.
Mr. J. E. Osborne returned from a
summer vacation in the hills of Geor
gia. Mrs. Osborne returns with the
hue of health upon her cheeks and
though pleased with her tour for rec recreation,
reation, recreation, is glad to be back In the land
of flowers once more.
Mrs. Fisher and daughter of New
York City, arrived yesterday and to together
gether together with Mrs. Miner have taken

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possession of the Irvine cottage.
Mrs. Judge Smith has had a very
serious attack of heart trouble and
has been confined to her bed the past
eight days. An early report this morn morning
ing morning states that Mrs. Smith is improv improving
ing improving though very weak.

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Three Men Tried and Convicted for
Taking Drinks on a Railroad
Train
Joplin. Mo., Sept. 27. Aboard a
moving train between here and Neo Neosho,
sho, Neosho, three men were arrested for
drinking liquor aboard the train, tried,
convicted and fined while the train
continued on Its way.
Sheriff Collier made the arrests and
immediately conveyed his trio of
prisoners to the rear coach, where he
knew Justice of the Peace Wilson and
Prosecuting Attorney Saxton were rid riding.
ing. riding. The men were convicted and
sentenced to pay $5 and costs each,
which they promptly dug up from their
pockets. As they turned to leave the
car the justice warned them to sin no
more while on a train. They were
good the rest of the journey.
HOW'S TTIIS
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case oi catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
ablo to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter Internally,
nally, Internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches it
any hour.
WHAT WE XEVER FORGET
according to science, are the things as associated
sociated associated with our early life, such as
Bucklen's Arni Salve, that mother or
grandmother used to cure our burns,
boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions,
cuts, sprains or bruises. Forty years
of cures prove Its merits. Unrivaled
for piles, corns or cold sores. Only 25
cents at Tydings & Company.
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.
XEXT SUNDAY'S TRIP
DOWN THE RIVER
The Ocala Northern train leaves
Ocala at 8 a, m., arriving at the
springs at 8:30. The City of Ocala
will leave the head of the springs at
9 o'clock. The fare for the round trip
Is 50 cents. The places passed on the
trip are Alexander's Landing, where
the big 2500-acre Carmichael farm i3
located, Grahamville. Connor, Sulphur
Springs, Los Kiss, Gore's Landing.
Dinner will be spread at Sunday Bluff.
The bluff is about seventy-five feet
high. Returning, the boat will arrive
at the springs at 4 p. m., and the train
leaves for Ocala at 5:30. Lunch bas baskets
kets baskets will be carried by those taking
tne trip as no meals will be served on
the boat.
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
Drugstore.
MAniOX-DUXN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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.
KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. F. E. Wetherbee. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. P. S.
Bathe the face and hands or a person
sick with fever with DARBY'S PRO PROPHYLACTIC
PHYLACTIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID in a little water.
It reduces the fever, allays irritation
and revives the patient wonderfully.
Apply the fluid to a cut. sore or wound.
It heals in half the time required by
an ordinary liniment. Take it Internal Internally
ly Internally for cramps, colic or dysentery. It Is
a marvelous relieving remedy. Price
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. OCALA LODGE NO 2S, 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 Chan-berlaln's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is
founded on their experience in the use
of that remedy and their knowledge of
the many remarkable cures of colic,
diarrhoea and dysentery that it has ef effected.
fected. effected. For sale by all dealers.
While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company.

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To Walk Into a Trap Set by Rebels
Near Vera Crus, bat Wiped
Oat their Assailants
Mexico City. Sept. 27. A band of
federal troops annihilated a band of
rebels during an engagement in a deep
canyon in the state of Vera Cruz, yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The rebels had taken up their
position at the approach of the can canyon
yon canyon in the hope of picking off the fed federals
erals federals who had Jo pass that way. The
federal commander becoming aware of
the situation deployed a port'on of his
troops until tbey flanked the rebels.
who were driven deeper Into the can canyon.
yon. canyon. A bloody encounter ensued. In
which the rebel band was wiped
out almost to a man. The federal loss
was comparatively llg.it.
Of the Massachusetts Democrats for
- Governor Hen ton Nominated by
Republicans
Boston, Sept. 27". Eugene Foss will
be the democratic candidate for a third
term as governor of Massachusetts.
Gov. Foss majority over District At Attorney
torney Attorney Pelletier in Tuesday's primary
was 26.614.
On the republican side, Joseph Wal Walker,
ker, Walker, former speaker of the house, had
a majority of 10,302 over Cel. Everett
C. Benton.
ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs, Sept. 23. 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 Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, 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
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bellamy of
Gainsboro, are the guests of their
daughters, Mrs. G. B. Parramore and
Mrs. W. L Cowart.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L Sharpe and child children
ren children of Hahira, Ga., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Massey.
Mr. II. B. Sheldon and family are
moving to Lakeland.
Mr. Lawrence Mitchell of Beachton,
Ga., is a visitor at the springs.
Mr. Dave Jamison of Missouri Is a
homeseeker here.
Mrs. C. L Miller of Oregon was a
visitor here last Saturday.
Messrs. Abbot Parramore and Fritz
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.
Herrin.
Mrs. F. D. Stevenson who has been
visiting Mrs. W. H. Massey for the
past two weeks, has returned to her
home in Palatka.
OAK VALE
Oak Vale, Sept. 26. We are having
some more nice weather again. I'm
sure everybody is glad to see the sun sunshine
shine sunshine once more. Most of the farmers
are busy gathering pinders and corn.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson spent Monday
evening very pleasantly with Mrs. C.
S. MIms.
Mr. M. A. Clancy was a business
caller to Williston Tuesday morning.
Mr. Willie Whitehurst went to the
University City Monday and returned
Tuesday.
Mrs. J. R. Howell of Gainesville
spent Wednesday and Thursday with
Mrs. W. II. Anderson.
Master Dell Mayfield of Eonifay, Is
spending this week with Melvln Boyer.
Mr. C. W. Boyer made a business
trip to Williston Monday morning.
Mrs. J. R. Howell, Misses Ruby and
Sallie Anderson. Messrs. W. H. Ander
son, Jr., and A. G. Boyer enjoyed the
day last Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Whitehurst.
THE MEN AVno SUCCEED
as heads of large enterprises are men
of great energy. Success, today de
mands health. To all is to fail. Its
utter folly for a man to endure a weak.
run-down, half alive condition when
Electric Bitters will put him right on
his feet in short order. "Four bottles
did me more real good than any other
medicine I ever took," writes Chas. B.
Allen, Sylvania. Ga." After years of
suffering with rheumatism, liver trou
ble, stomach disorders, and deranged
kidneys, I am again, thanks to Electric
bitters, sound and well." Try them.
Only 50 cents at Tydings & Co.
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
mittee.
Millions in the air. Think of It. Ev Ev-ertv
ertv Ev-ertv time you ODen 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.
WANTED A puppy, two to six
months old. Fox terrier preferred
Apply to Jordan and Fishel at Fishel's
store, Ocala, Fla. D-26-St
If yoa knew of tbe real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back,
soreness of the muscles, sprains and
rheumatic pains, you would never wish
to be without It. For sale by dealers.
A new line of toilet requisites Just
in. GerlCs Postoffice Drugstores.

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

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THE DR. M'CLANE MtDICAL, SURGICAL AND

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

Note! Calls made by special appointment. Special Gentle Urinary CI 1 ale
after 7 p. m. each day.

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QUALITY AND SERVICE

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Bring Your Tires and Tubes lo be Vulcanized

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A T. Thomas, Pkks. J. Thompson, Manager
I The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
X DEALERS IN
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
I MANUFACTURERS OF
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Cement Blocks and all kindpof Cement Forms, from
stock or special oesigiis. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de-
scriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
x in Brick, Stone and Cement.
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Sf Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti-
.f. mates furnished on request.

OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
: Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA

ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November let
WMdlsdPir EMdl
Jacksonville, Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
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OCALA EVEX1XG SJAR,-FHI1AY, SEPTRMBEK 27, 1912

OCALA EVENING STAR

Blttlnger & Carroll Proprietors,
ri. II. Carroll, Utulness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postoffice at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
The cotton crop for 1912 is estimat estimated
ed estimated at 17,444,018 bales.
Mr. Bryan predicts that Wilson and
Marshall will carry every state in the
Union. Hope so, William; but we fear
you are a little too optimistic.
Samuel Untermeyer, a prominent
New York democrat, has contributed
ten thousand dollars to the democratic
campaign fund. We have been looking
all day today for a Marion county dem democrat
ocrat democrat to contribute ten hundred mills,
but we guess he is out of town.
The -democrats had a big rally In
Tampa last night. Senator Hryan and
Fletcher were both present. Senator
Bryan, speaking of the parcels post,
which is to be inaugurated in this
country Jan. 1, says he believes it will
be of special help to the dealers In the
small cities.
A great deal of discussion Is going
., .v.
ndum amendment to be submitted to
the people of Florida at the November
l.tlnn Attnmev f.eneral Trammell
says ljj
VOted on I
auy
vu!Yem court declines to Klve an opln-
on. TTfT Star will vote against the
thing Itself, and commends this course
to all othei democrats. If It Is voted
down. It won't trouble us in any shape
or form for the next two years.
Atlanta, which Is one of the wicked wicked-Ist
Ist wicked-Ist cities ln America, and probably the
most hypocritical. Is undergoing one
of Its periodic spasms of virtue. It Is
closing all the houses in Its restricted
district and driving the Inmates out of
the city. It Is not observable, however,
on the surface at least that Atlanta Is
taking any steps to d away with the
real causes of the social evil. It will
probably be found, If any one took the
trouble to Investigate, that it has in
proportion to Its population as many
women compelled to work for starva starvation
tion starvation wages, and as many men ready
to take advantage of their necessities,
as any other place. Its present ebull ebull-tion
tion ebull-tion Is only hacking at the outer twigs
of the tree of evil. It will not attack
the roots.
'Some of our socialist friends send us
the Appeal to Reason, which we read
with a great deal of Interest. It says
many reasonable and true things, and
we do not agree with the opinion of
some that it should be suppressed.
However, we can't help thinking that
If we were shut up on an island with
& "J'11' v v' I
Reason, we would come to believe
,(,, I
every employer of labor ln the United
States was a slavedrlver and a thief.

r ... ,.. ...ding March the bridal party enterec
every laboring man was a pauper and I , ... .,
' ... the parlor through aisles of white rib

We would believe that all the Indus
try and honor ln the United States was
confined to the people who call them themselves
selves themselves socialists, and that they were
so unfortunately situated that they
could make no use of those virtues.
The matter that fills the columns of
Appeal to Reason may Indeed ap'-
peal tOwth,ecJalMdn of thoughtful and
well Informed men, but It is poison to
the prejudiced and weak-minded.
WILSON HAS 'EM WORRIED
Woodrow Wilson, the democratic
, . ... i
nominee for president, will be followed
his trip through the New England
tes by a "tariff train." carrying a
t republican experts of tariff mat-
on
states
lot -of republican expert
ters, who will stop at the towns where
the governor makes his addresses and
answer any question pertaining to the
tariff that may be asked.
This Is the plan of the republican
national committee to negative Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's activities among the republicans
of the New England section, and also
to disillusionize them of the Idea that
the republican party is tired of the
tariff as a political Issue or unprepared
to answer charges made by democrats
or questions asked.
STETSON HAD A GOOD START
Stetson University at DeLand start started
ed started on its twenty-eighth year on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning, the 25th of Septem
ber. Last year was the best year in
u.e uisiory oi me insuiuwon. ine en-
rollment having passed the Ave hun-
dred mark. This year the reglstra-
iion 10 uaie indicates mat me enroll-
ment will be even higher. Several
days before the opening room reser reservations
vations reservations had nearly covered the college
dormitory for young men, the academy
boys' dormitory was rapidly filling,
and the reservations for Chaudoin
Hall, the young ladles' dormitory, were
gratifying. Besides this, two new
fraternity clubs have been added to
the dormitory accommodations. The
old Waverly hotel was rented as a club
house for the Nu Sigma fraternity,
and already thirty more college and
lat students Kot the Nu Sigma have
registered for this club. The old music-
hall has been fitted up as a frater fraternity
nity fraternity club also. The senior college and
senior law classes are the largest ever
enrolled this early in the school year.
HARMONY IN AUTO HORNS
The following from the St. Peters Petersburg'
burg' Petersburg' Times might apply in Ocala:
"Our auditing nerves are in dire
danger of being shattered by the hor horrid
rid horrid clangor of horns, bells and
whistles that arises from every cor corner.
ner. corner. It pains us deeply to behold an
aged lady in a hobble skirt attempting
to climb the telephone pole at Haines'
corner, incited to the mad effort by
the hideous honk of an automobile
horn, sounding like a Comanche's war war-whoop
whoop war-whoop from the direction of the city
park, only to be met by another sound
like the death rattle In the throat of
some fosslllferous monster, produced
by- a horn down Bayboro way. It
grieves our esthetic sensibilities to see
but we will not harrow up your feel feelings
ings feelings by a further distressing recital
of awful sights and sounds. What ve
propose Is to equip all cars with uni uniform
form uniform phonographic arrangements, so
that the ears of pedestrians. Instead of
being greeted with the raucous notes
above referred to, may hear with glad gladness
ness gladness such ravishing melodies as
There's One More Street for to Cros,
or 'Nearer, My Friends, to Thee,' or 'I
Am Coming to the Cross-Ing.' as our
oars glide gracefully by."
R. E. YOXGE AGAIN IN
THE PLUMBING BUSINESS
R. E. Yonge & Co. are again in the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
atreet, and Mr. Walter S. C. Tonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
Jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Phone 26. Respectfully.
R, E. Yonge & Co.

FIMIEL-XEIHAX

Marrlaae ( CkaralBK Yobk Iad f
Baltimore to Oae of Oeafa's Met
Popalar You as; Mei
(Baltimore American)
A wedding of interest to Baltimore
society will be solemnized at the Hotel
Emerson Monday even'ng, Sept. 23. at
o'clock, when Miss Bessie Neuhan.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.
Neuhan, 2009 Madison avenue, will be
married to Leon Fishel, of Ocala, Fla.
The ceremony will be performed by
Rev. Dr. Adolf Guttmacher, rabbi of
Madison Avenue Temple. The bride
will be given in marriage by her father
and her sister, Mrs. Irvine Bloom, will
be the matron of honor. The groom
will be attended by his brother. Max
Fishel. as best man.
A dinner in honor of the coming
wedding of Miss Neuhan and Mr
Fishel was given last night at the
home of Herbert L Dreifus. 910 White
lock street, at which a large number
of guests were present. The home
was beautifully decorated for the oc
casion with cut flowers and potted
plants.
In the presence of relatives and a
few intimate friends Miss Bessie Neu
han. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Neuhan. 2003 Madison avenue, was
last night married to Leon Fishel, of
Ocala, Fla., in the banquet hall of the
Emerson. The ceremony was perform
led by Rev. Adolph Guttmacher, rabbi
Madison Avenue Temple. The bride
wht was 8lven ln carriage by her
was anenueu ner sister. -ir.
" ijkjuim, ui quanta, vjix.,
fnatrorr-Jr nonor. rne test man was
Max Fishel, ill vWetumpka, Ala., a
brother of the groom. The bride wore
a gown of embroidered chiffon over
white satin, with a court train of
satin caught up with orange bios
soms. and carried a white Bible with a
shower of lilies of the valley. The
matron of honor, who is a bridg of
three months, wore her wedding dress
of white satin and carried a large
bunch of yellow chrysanthemums
After the ceremony a reception was
given. The banquet hall was decorat
ed with nalms and ferns. The color
scheme was pink and white. Mr. and
Mrs. Fishel will go north on their wed
ding tour, after which they will make
their home ln Ocala. Among the
out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
M. Fishel. Ocala; Fla.; Ben Rhelnauer,
Ocala, Fla.; Miss Flossie Marks. Lan Lancaster.
caster. Lancaster. Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Frank, Washington.
M AD DO X-ADA IS
One of the most notable society
events of the fall season was the wed
ding of Miss Elizabeth Berry Maddox
to Mr. Fielding Cllne Adams, of Sul Sulphur,
phur, Sulphur, Ky.. on Friday at 4 o'clock, at
Fairview," the home of the bride.
The ceremony took place beneath an
arch of white and green, the colors
being carried out ln the decorations of
tthe entire lower floor.
Miss Eugenia LeCompte rendered a
, ,. ,J i U
musical program hum iin ruuis i'
ceremony O, rromise Me was sung.
To the strains of Mendelssohn's Wed-
entered
bon. The bride and her maid of honor.
Miss Edna Maddox, were met at the
foot of the stairway by the groom and
his best man, Mr. J. L Orem. of Louis Louisville.
ville. Louisville. Treceding them was Rev. R. E.
Moss. During the ceremony "Call Me
Thine Own" was softly played, after
which a selection from Lohengrin.
The bride wore a dainty gown of
chiffon batiste and lace. She carried
a shower bouquet of bride's roses and
lilies of the valley. The maid of honor
also wore a bastiste gown with pink
garniture and carried pink Killarney
unci"
me TOUns coupie leu lor a inp 10 vm
w,c
cago and other northern points. Mr
and M"' A,dams were re5jyien"
man' handsome presents. After the ir
return they will be at home to their
friends at Sulphur, Ky. Eminence,
Ky., News.
The bride is a sister of Miss Flora
Maddox, one of Rhelnauer's efficient
clerks, who is spending her vacation
In her old home in Kentucky and was
present at the wedding.
OCAL A .SCHOOL OF. MUSIC
The Ocala School of Music will com
mence Its fifth anr.ual term Sept. 30,
1912, with Miss Mary Clayton Connor,
directress, and Misses Annie Laurie
rerry, piano, and Lillle Bailey, violin,
assistants
Anyone wishing lessons should write
or see Migs Connor at ner studio. No
Fort Klng avenue, (corner Fort
K,ng avenue and Magnolia street),
For tne beneflt of placlns the
m k et an.i 7fh
aiuuiu n in we uiru I'
from 10 to 12 a. m. and 4 to 6. p. m.
PHI SIGMA COLLEGE
" nnnineMM Department
Everybody knows our teaching abil
Ity in literary, language and mathe
matlcal 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 short
hand, so that they went right Into
good positions?
And, do you know that our book
keeping 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
time.
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
tem.
This school, under the auspices of
the Phi Sigma faculty, will give these
lessons at $5 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.
Address,
Mr or Mrs. G. C. Looney, Ocala, Fla.
Miss Lydie McDougald, who will be
one of the teachers in the kinder
garten and primary school, to open on
the 30th of September, is a graduate in
art and expression of Brenau College
It will be pleasing Information to her
friends to know that in addition to the
work she will do with the young ladies
in the kindergarten school, she has
decided to open a school of art and
expression. Miss McDougald brings to
this task a well trained mind, and the
experience of several terms of success
ful teaching. She taught first at
.urenau, her alma mater, a year at
Young-Harris Methodist College, in
Georgia, and a year at the Central
Baptist College for women. She has
the highest testimonials of efficiency
for terms and hours she may be con
sulted at her home with Mrs. M. A
Williams, on Orange avenue, or at the
kindergarten rooms.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
Five acres of good land at the two-
mile post on the Blltchton hard road
Apply to P. J. Theus.

UK MOCK ATS SIIOI LD DON ATE

Fundn for the WIImii aad Maraall
rampilica Fund are eeiled
Wltaont Delar
(Tampa Tribune)
Some striking facts, that uutjh: to
appeal to every democrat in the land,
are contained in an appeal for cam
paign contribution- sent out from the
national headquarters.
There are only about ix wetlt be
fore election day.
Only twenty-seven million of the
ninety-seven million Americans live in
states that may be regarded as cinched
for Wilson.
About seventy million American-
live in debatable territory.
Of these seventy million persons
about fourteen million may cast votes.
To get a single piece of printed mat
ter before these fourteen million vot voters
ers voters would cost in postage not less
than one hundred and forty thousand
dollars. And printers and clerks must
be rtaid. To reach them in any otner
way would be far more costly.
The total collections of the demo
cratic national committee were re
ported a few days ago as only one
hundred and seventy-five thousand
dollars.
As the Memphis Commercial Appeal
savs: 'You cannot fatten a horse on
sawdust."
It takes money to keep headquarters
open and in operation, to pay travel
ing expenses, telegraph and telephone
bills, write, print and distribute read reading
ing reading matter and organize workers in
hotly contested districts.
In former campaigns, the republican
national committee has expended from
four million to dix million dollars in
each campaign.
The money. however contributed,
and however spent exerted a great in influence
fluence influence in electing the republican can candidates
didates candidates and defeating the democratic
candidates.
This year, it is known that the pro progressive
gressive progressive party has an unlimited fund
that it can obtain any amount it de desires.
sires. desires. The regular republican party
may still draw on the powerful and
wealthy beneficiaries of its policies to
a practically unlimited extent.
Of course, if the democrats could
win the fight without the expenditure
of a dollar, the victory would be all
the more glorious and satisfactory.
But they can't win without the expen expenditure
diture expenditure of a dollar; nor can they win
with the few dollars thus far con contributed.
tributed. contributed. The democratic convention, the dem
ocratic candidates and the democratic
campaign management have united in
saying that they do not desire large
contributions from the big corpora
tions or from the men who derive
their fortunes from trust sources.
Thus far, the committee has not been
required to refuse such contributions.
because they have not been offered.
But the money must come from indiv-
ual democrats and necessarily in small
amounts.
Democrats must not only cheer and
vote, but they must eontnoute. -na
the time to contribute is now. As
Speaker Champ Clark said in a speech
in Missouri Monday. "Elections .are
won by votes in November rather than
by shouts in September." And the
necessary votes, now regarded as
doubtful, must be enlisted through
persistent and intelligent campaign
work. Campaign work, which means
speaking, organizing, literature, can
be carried on only by money. The
money must come from you. Mr. In Individual
dividual Individual Democrat, and if you haven't
subscribed yet, don't lose another
minute.
MANY LIKE HIM IN MARION f
I'm feelin' purty -easy with a con conscience
science conscience that is clear
As I read the allegations when elec election
tion election time draws near.
I've given freely to assist the party
that I serve.
I've given lots o' speeches an' I never
lost my nerve. ;
I've given time to people who would
ask me to explain.
I've given all I had to give in energy
an' brain.
But I draw the line, emphatic. I kin
say with honest glee
Nobody's campaign fund has had a
nickel out of me.
There's no one who kin hint that I
have helped along the tricks
That might be tried when Mammon
is turned loose in politics.
I'm able to stand up an' wait the
outcome of the race
An' look my check book if I had
one) boldly In the face.
I never helped to raise the cash that
mebbe might be spent
In temptin' candidates from methods
pure and innocent.
My wealth in Intellect I gave, nor
waited to be dunned.
But I never gave a nickel to nobody's
campaign fund
Washington Star.
S FEK TIIN CALOMEL
DihIkod'k Liver Tone at Mhl Will
Straighten Yon Out by Morning.
Calomel May Knock. Yon Out
of n Day Work
If you are a calomel user, next time
you are tempted to buy it ask your
druggist if he can absolutely guar guarantee
antee guarantee the drug not to harm you. He
won't do it because he can't do it.
But here is a perfect substitute for
calomel which the druggist does guar guar-antee
antee guar-antee the famous Dodson's Liver
Tone. The Court Pharmacy will re refund
fund refund your money without question if
you are thoroughly satisfied.
Go to the Court Pharmacy, where
you are acquainted and find out about
the great number of people who are
taking this remarkable remedy and
feeling better, keener, healthier, and
better able to enjoy life than they ever
were when taking calomel.
Why? Because calomel is a poison
one that may stay in the system, and
while seeming to benefit you tempor temporarily,
arily, temporarily, may do harm in the end. If you
haven't felt these ill-effects so far. it
is because you are fortunate enough
to have a strong constitution.
Don't take the risk any longer. Get
a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone t-"0e.)
and note how easily and naturally it
corrects all bilious conditions, how it
clears away that sick headache and
coated tongue, how it sets you ri:xh!
without ache or gripe. The most won wonderful
derful wonderful thing in the world for consti constipation.
pation. constipation. All this without the slightest inter interference
ference interference with your regular habits.
NOTICE
101.1 Licence Due October First
All state and county llen.-e are due
and payable on the first day of Octo October.
ber. October. To continue business after that
date without your 1!13 license will be
an open violation of the laws of the
state of Florida.
The tax collector will issue the
licenses and furnish blanks and all
necessary information.
Yours very truly.
Joseph Bell. County Judge.
W. L Colbert. Tax Collector.

AWI AL HKl'NIOV

Coafetlerate A rlrran of Florida
at
Lake City October
GENERAL" ORDERS NO. 2, SERIES 9.
Th- -2 annual reunion of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Division U. C. V. will be held at
Lake City, on :t- 23-1. 21th and 2Sth of
--torv-r. Hi 12.
The 23d will be given to the unveil unveiling
ing unveiling of the Olustee monument. This
function will be in charze of Gen. E.
M. Law. president of the monument
co:nrn:.-:?!on. After the unveiling, the
veterai.-- will return to Lake City, and
at p. in., .-ponsors and maids of
honor will be presented and memorial
addresses delivered by Col. B. ML Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. Col H H. Love and Col. H. II.
Duncan.
Co W. M. Ives, quartermaster quartermaster-general
general quartermaster-general will superintend the quarter quartering
ing quartering of, visiting veterans.
The g people of Lake City will
give us t cordial welcome, and the
railroads vill grant us the usual low
rates of travel.
Cimps are
must pay the constitutional dues to
date to t-ni:i them to have represen
tstion in the convention and other
j rivib-ge '- illy accorded delegates
Ar orlirs-r to an honored custom, the
general .nrr.i! ding has appointed a
Matron .if h.-n.-r. sponsor and two
maid- of .-.nor for. the division. These
are the worthy b---enbnts of gallant
Confederate oliiers. The matron is
one who. by personal experience
knows of our .trials and hardships
Matron of honor. Mr-. L. D. Thompson
Lake Citv: -i.nsor. Mi-s Essie Will
iam-. Jacksonville: first maid of honor,
Mis Katharine Livingston. Ocala: sec second
ond second mail of hor.ir. Mi-s Elizabeth
Hale Wil.-on. I'ensacola.
Comrade--, b t all who can. come to
Lake City, and we will have one more
old fashioned bve feast for the cause
we loved so well.
By order of J. A. Cox,
Major Florida Division, I. C. V.
J.
I. Allen. Adjt. Gen.. Chief of Staff.
Kindergarten and Primary School
Open Monday, Sept. 30
In Kindergarten Rooms
Faculty:
Misses Ilallie Ley, Lydia McDougald i
and Minnie Stovall
Regular Kindergarten course. 'Spe 'Special
cial 'Special classes in primary grade. Rates
and terms on application.
UNCLE- EZRA SAYS
"It don't take more'n a gill uv effort to
git folks into a peck of trouble" and a
little neglect of constipation, billlous billlous-ness,
ness, billlous-ness, indigestion or other liver de derangement
rangement derangement will do the same. If ailing,
take Dr. King's New Life Pills for
quick results. Easy, safe, sure, and
only 25 cents at Tydings & Company.
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If you aren't' a patron of ours we
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BACON. SAUSAGE, etc, of particular particularly
ly particularly excellent quality.. ;
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HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
B. A. Daris. VTashiacca St., CocnerTilI,
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der bladder I had eerer b&ckaci.ee fe-d u.y kidney actioa
wa t-- frei',eat, cf3ii. m to lo ranch ip
at iigbt. and in ciy blarfdcrthere waacoastaat
pain. I took Foi-y a iod--c F'iLs for some tioift.
ad am now frei of ail to jbla and a$ain abie to
be tip and aroacd. To' Pixl Lava aj
highest rcos-c:udt:c&.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE

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(Mra. TL Vaa Hood. Editor)
"The llonei In Oar MidnU
"It might take a long time for the
doctors to rid the city of any epidemic.
Eut it ought not to take the city long
to rid itself of a doctor found promot promoting
ing promoting the epidemic.
These words of Lyman Abbott's fit
the situation in Atlanta.
Oar public officials are the "doctors."
The social evil is the sickness.
And the "doctors" are vigorously
promoting it.
Night after night in more than a
score of houses with the knowledge of
the chief of police and the entire force
women are being bought and sold.
Their owners, without fear of inter
ference, in places authorized by those
whose duty it is to supnress them, are
carrying on their unspeakable traffic
with its ceaseless demand for the ruin
of girls.
Vice is one thing.
Protracted vice is another.
Public officials are paid to prevent
crime.
nen tney protect it and assign a
place to lawbreakers for its commis
sion. as they are doing in our city,
council should consider its power to
impeach and its duty to the public.
Shall the city bear the responsibility
for the betrayal of uirls necessary to
supply the houses?
Shall the city connive at the spread
ing of malignant germs?
Shall the city endure the willful dis
regard of law by those paid to enforce
it in order that men grow rich by sell
ing women?
Atlanta should and will close "the
houses in our midst." Men and Re Religious
ligious Religious Bulletin.
Will not the above apply to Ocala?
Robert Runlet t on Prohibition
Sometime ago Robert Burdette said
the best way to make a temperance
man is to teach him not to drink. This
was seized on by saloon men and made
to do service for their business. This
brought out the following from Bur Burdette:
dette: Burdette: "Now about the power of prohibi prohibitory
tory prohibitory laws to prohibit the laws of the
state against murder do not entirely
prevent murder. But nevertheless, I
am opposed to licensing one murder murderer
er murderer to every thousand persons, even on
petition of a majority of the property
owners in the block, that we may have
all the murder that is desirable in the
community under wise regulations,
with a little income for the municipal municipality.
ity. municipality. I believe in the absolute prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition of murder.
"The laws of the country prohibit prohibiting
ing prohibiting stealing do not entirely prevent
stealing. But nevertheless I am op opposed
posed opposed to licensing stealing, provided
that all theft shall be restricted to
certain authorized thieves, who shall
steal only between the hours of say 6
a. in. and 11:30 p. m., except Sunday,
when no'stealing shall be done except
by stealth, entrance to be made In all
cases on that day by the back door,"
and at the thief's risk. I believe in
laws that absolutely forbid theft at,
any hout, on any day of the week.
"And, on the same ground, and
just as positively. I believe in the pro prohibition
hibition prohibition of the liquor traffic. And I
never said I did not. -And I did say
that I did. And I do.
"I do say that the best way to
make a temperate man is to teach
hfm not to drink. But a saloon is not
a kindergarten of sobriety. Your town
is under no obligation to any saloon.
All that it is, in respectability and
permanent prosperity, it has grown to
be without the assistance of the liquor,
traffic. j
"As to prohibition in Tasadena, if if-any
any if-any liquor man thinks there Is big
money and a safe thing 4n running a
'blind pig' in Pasadena, let him come
here and try it. If he has any love for
his liberty and pocketbook, however,
he will do well to consult the fellows
who have tried it, if he can find them;
we can't. They are in hiding some somewhere
where somewhere out in the desert. Running a
joint in Pasadena is like running a
powder mill in a smelting furnace.
It's mighty exciting while it lasts, but
it doesn't last long.
"If the saloon men Insist in quot quoting
ing quoting me on this topic, let them commit
this to memory, that they may repeat
it as they need it: I do not know one
good thing about the saloon. It is an
evil thing that has not one redeeming
thing in all its history to recommend it
to good men. It breaks the laws of
God and man. It desecrates the Sab Sabbath;
bath; Sabbath; it profanes the name of religion;
it defiles public order; it tramples un under
der under foot the tenderest feelings of hu humanity;
manity; humanity; it Is a moral pestilence that
blights the very atmosphere of town
and country: it is a ?tain upon hon honesty;
esty; honesty; a blur upon the nobler im impulses;
pulses; impulses; it is an incentive to falsehood,
deceit and crime.
"Search through the history of- this
hateful thing, and read one page over
which some mother can bow her
grateful head and thank God for all
the saloon did for her boy. There is
no such record. All its history Is
written in tears and blood, with
smears of shame and stains of crime,
and dark blots of disgrace."
ATTENTION, ROAD RUILDERS
I wish to have a road built on my
place south of town. Call at my office
and see specifications. R. L Anderson.
SCHOOL ROOKS AT MARTIN'S
i The Ocala News Co., G. W. Martin.
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.
T. L. Parks. MurrayvIHe. Ga., Route
1, Is In his 73rd year, and was recent recently
ly recently cured of a bad kidney and bladder
trouble. He says himself: "I have suf suffered
fered suffered with my kidneys. My back ach ached
ed ached and I was annoyed with bladder Ir Irregularities.
regularities. Irregularities. I can truthfully say, one
50c bottle of Foley Kidney Pill3 cured
me entirely." They cotnain no habit
forming druss. For sale by the Antl Antl-Mondpoly
Mondpoly Antl-Mondpoly Drugstore.
iOTICK, MEMBERS OF
THE BOARD OF TRADE
Get your certiScates rramea at the
Ocala News Co.
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"ONE MAN
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spoke of the cost of living.
small wages, and managed to
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the little system he used and
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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 YOU 11 fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make (he right kind of fuel
for you. because they are made from Whple Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers. Educator Toasterelt (buttered, salted and
toasted), Educator Luncheon Biscuit. Educator Sweet
Graham. Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers, Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
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1 G-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 6.50
1 Second Hand Organ. $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only ""
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.90
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12.8."
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, sort tone, 200 for 10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for iron beds, $3.3

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SYSTEM"
our customers yesterday. We
He says he started on very
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by making a schedule of liv-
He said it was all due to
knowing exactly what he
In Automobile
Emergencies
THE MOST IMPARTIAL JUDGE
Must admit that there Is nothing
lacking in either the quality or quan quantity
tity quantity of our auto supplies. Here you
can obtain everything from a small
wrench to a set of new tiros and at a
price that reduces the upkeep of your
machine by many per cent. Make up
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us Give an Estimate on Your
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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Mrs. F. W. Barse has returned from
a pleasant vacation at Daytona Beach
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
seeds.
Mr. J. W. Ward. Jr.. of Floral City,
was at the Ocala House to.lav.
Cottage, for rent. Good location.
Apply to Yonge's Tin Shop.
J. E. Van Camp of Punta Gorda is at
the Ocala House.
FOR RENT A six-room
Apply to Mr?. R. D Fuller.
cottage.
A new line of toilet requisites Just
In. Gerlg's Postofflce Draestores.
FOR SALE A perfectly reliable
family horse, surrey and single buggy.
I F. Blalock. t
Miss
1 1
Kate Walker of Clinton.
Ky..
Miss
will be the guest of her cousin.
Ytexie Todd this winter.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. A. M. Dusky, with Strauss & Co.,
is expected home tonight from his two
months vacation in the north.
Don't forget that Norris candy will
win you a home or end a scrap. It is
always fresh at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Maurice Strauss, who has been
in CincinnatLjen business for ten days,
will return home Sunday.
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerlgs Postofflce Drugstores.
Mr. Paul Gates has gone to Atlanta
to resume his studies in the dental col college.
lege. college. Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerlg's Postofflce Drugstores.
Mr. Ellis Brigance, who has' been
quite stek since his return from Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky last week. Is able to be up again.
Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerlg's Postofflce Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.
Mr. "and Mrs. Henry Peyser moved
today to their new apartments In the
Anderson flat on Fort King avenue.
Please remember that you can ob obtain
tain obtain everything you need in the toaVt
line at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. L. .1. Knight, who Is traveling
for a naval stores supply house, was In
town yesterday.
Store for rent, corner of Fort King
avenue and Magnolia street. Apply to
Jerry Burnett.
Mrs. W. A. Knight has gone to Val Val-dosta.
dosta. Val-dosta. Ga., to spend a few weeks at
her former home.
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give
new life. Sold at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. H. W. Tucker, who was report reported
ed reported so sick yesterday, is able to be up
and out this morning.
FOR RENT Three connecting un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, ground floor rooms. No
children. Rooms, this office. 9-27-5t
Mr. Wilbur Smith is in the city from
Tampa, visiting his relatives and
numerous friends.
Mrs. Nicholas Heintz returned today
from her visit to Nashville, accom
panied by a younger sister, who will
spend the winter with her.
FOR RENT Upstairs consisting of
three rooms and bath, furnished for
light housekeeping. No. 1 South Fifth
street.
Mr. Rollie Taylor, who spent most
of his boyhood days In Ocala, but who
is now a citizen of Miami, has been in
town the last day or so.
When you are sick and need a physi physician,
cian, physician, remember that anything he or orders
ders orders will be sure to be compounded in
the right way at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Fishel returned last
night from Baltimore, where they at attended
tended attended the wedding of their son Leon
and Miss Bessie Neuhan.
Information regarding afternoon and
night classes of dancing can be obtain obtained
ed obtained from Mrs. Southerland, 8" Fort
King avenue, telephone No. 95.
Misses Nellie and Alma Grace of
Evinston. after a pleasant visit to Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Durand. returned home
today.
Arkansas Chin fever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydings & Co.
Mr. F. W. Barse. traveling agent for
the National Biscuit Company, went to
Jacksonville this afternoon, and will
return tonight.
Mr. M. P Hopson, a young traveling
man from Sanford, was In Ocala yes
terday and today on his regular
monthly visits.
Mr. George Feltham. Sr., arrived last
nisrht from Wavcross. Ga.. and will
spend a few days with his son, Mr
George Feltham, Jr., and family.
WANTED By Oct. 1st. two or three
furnished rooms, centrally located, or
n email furnished cottage. Must be
reasonable rental. We have no child
ren. Address at once. Box 438, city.
The brick and other material Is be
ing hauled for the foundation of the
telephone building that will be erect
ed immediately in front of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church.
An auto party consisting of Mrs. H
B. Arnold. Mrs. Klein Graham and Mr
Dudley Glover of Gainesville, and Mr.
Leon Piatt of Carson City, Nev., were
at the Ocala House today.
R. 1, Martin, room 9 Merchant's
block, will sell now a few choice lots
fronting on lake, close to Lake Weir
station, at bargain prices. If you ever
expect to own a lot on Lake Weir pur
chase should be made now, as these
lots, within two years, will be worth
five times the price at which they are
offered now.

BRAISIXGTOX MADE A BREAK

Ytmaa; Foricer Waaaded in Try! te
Eaeape frana Caatedr ef Deaaty
Sheriff Brtcaare
As soon as Deputy Sheriff Erlgance
heard of Mr. Goldman's name being
forged yesterday afternoon, he start started
ed started out to look for the guilty party.
He struck a hot trail early In the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and at 7 o'clock found the man
he was looking for, Clyde Braisington,
aged 20, a recent arrival from Geor
gia.
la! Attempt at Eacape
Mr. Brigance took his prisoner to the
sheriff's office in the courthouse. After
reaching the courthouse the young
man seemed to be nervous. Mr. Brl
gance told him to sit down and be
quiet, but he insisted on having a drink
of water, which he was allowed to get
from the bucket near the door. As he
took the dipper up he jumped for the
door and ran out the east side of the
building. Mr. Brigance followed and
called to him to halt. Braisington kept
on. and Mr. Brigance fired his revolver
into the air. thinking to scare him, but
he would not stop. Whereupon Mr.
Brigance fired at his fleeing legs and
one shot took effect in the fleshy part
of his right thigh, the bullet passing
out in front.
Braisington fell Just back of Myor
Robertson's house, on the railroad. He
was picked up and carried to the
county jail, where his wound was
dressed by Dr. Peek. Although he bled
freely his wound is not serious.
Yesterday about noon, Braisington
went to H. B. Masters' store and pur
chased a pair of shoes for $4, giving
a $10 check with Mr. B. Goldman's
name signed to it. The check was
cashed, and he proceeded to the Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael & Son Company's place of
business, where he cashed another
check for $16.50. The third check was
cashed by a Syrian for $3. One check
for $6 with Mr. C. Carmichael's name
signed to it has not shown up yet, and
Braisington had a check in his pocket
for 110 with Mr. C. Carmichael's name
signed to It.
The young man claims that he had
been drinking very heavily when he
committed the crime. However his
hand was very steady when he signed
tne cnecKs, as they were almost per perfect
fect perfect reproductions of the signatures of
Mr. Goldman and Mr. Carmichael. He
made a mistake and drew on the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss Bank with the name
of Mr. Goldman, that gentleman car carrying
rying carrying his account with the Commer Commercial.
cial. Commercial. Braisington's trial will be held as
soon a9 he can go to the court house.
THE THOMAS PRELIMINARY
The preliminary hearing of Green B.
Thomas of Flemington, for the killing
of John J. Smith last week was com commenced
menced commenced at 1 o'clock this afternoon In
Judge Joseph Bell's court.
The witnesses summoned by the
state, all of whom are present, are: Dr.
J. L Davis, Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Thomas, Jr., Eddie Coulden Eddie
Thomas, Mrs. W. F. King, Frank Britt,
Miss Bessie Thomas and Percy Larson.
A number of other neighbors and
friends of the interested families came
in to attend the hearing.
PAVIXG CREW ARRIVED
Mr. F. C. Brlddell. superintendent of
the Alabama raving Company, who
will do the paving of Fort King ave avenue
nue avenue with vitrified breck Is in town
with his crew of men, having come
from KIssimmee. where they have just
finished a contract. The tools, machin machinery,
ery, machinery, steam roller, etc., have arrived
and will be unloaded on the city's lot
adjoining the city hall. Mr. L. B.
Gillespie also arrived today and will
assist Mr. Briddell. Several carloads
of vitrified brick are on the way and
will arrive the first of the week. The
work of removing the lime surface of
the street will proceed at once.
OIL STOVE FOR SALE
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
Star office.
CHARCOAL WANTED
Wanted, a carload of charcoal. Ad
dress W. F. Ballenger, at Yonge's Tin
Shop, Ocala.
A card mailed by Dr. Walter Hood
at Anderson, S. C, says he was slight
ly burned in the face and on the left
arm and leg Wednesday by the explo
sion of an alcohol can. The doctor
wrote that he felt fine, but, on account
of the burn we suppose, looked fierce.
The great Dane dog spoken of in
yesterday's Star Is the property of Mrs.
J. W. Browne of Wild wood. Mrs.
Browns has just returned from Tallu Tallu-lah
lah Tallu-lah Falls. Ga., where she spent the
last two months. The dog Is a thor
oughbred animal and only half grown.
is just thirteen months old and al
ready weighs 125 pounds.
Miss Hazel Feltham came In this
morntng from Shell Island, where she
has been visiting Mrs. E. W. Davis
and children for the past few weeks.
She Is greatly Improved In health and
has gained back nearly all of the
strength she lost in a spell of sickness
she had Just before she went to the
island.
Mr. William Hocker has returned
from his two months' trip to the far
northwest. Mr. Hocker visited British
Columbia and many of the places of
that section. He enjoyed some fine
game hunting.
Mr. T. H. Mills was called to Flem Flemington
ington Flemington yesterday by the severe1 Illness
of his eldest daughter, Mildred. Little
Mildred, who Is six years old, has been
an invalid all her life.
A letter from George Martin, Jr.. at
Lenoir College, Hickoryvllle, N. C,
says: "Hope everything in Ocala Is
still at its best. I boost for Florida
every chance I get and tell the fel
lows its the best state In the Union.'
A postcard from Mr. J. J. Gerlg,
mailed at Oklahoma City, says he
heard Roosevelt speak to 22.000 people
at that place Tuesday. They didn't
seem to think much of him. Mr. Gerig
said, but he was the big noise in Kan
sas.
Mrs. F. J. Hagood and her pretty
niece. Miss Moore, of Ocala. left yes
terday for Miss Moore's home, where
Mrs. Hagood will spend a short time,
going later to visit her father at MIc
anopy. Miss Moore has been Mrs. Ha
B-ood's truest at her home. 225 East
Duval street, and has had a very de
lishtful stay in Jacksonville. Times
Union.
Two negroes. Cain and Fortune
Perry, implicated in the murder of
Deputy Sheriff Slaughter near Archer
last May, were hung in Gainesville to today,
day, today, unless the governor reprieved
them.
Moose meet Thursday evening.

fill DAY

This morning at the hospitable home
of Mrs. G. S. Scott, on Fort King ave
nue. the Daughters of the Confederacy
celebrated "Marianna Day." in com
memoration of the small but notable
battle of Marianna.
The large hall, parlor, -sitting room
and dining room were appropriately
decorated with red and white bunting
and scattered about the rooms were
large vases of red and white cut flow
ers.
The guests were received at the
porch by Mrs. E. L. Carney, who usher
ed them Into the reception hall, where
they were met and welcomed by the
gracious hostess, Mrs. Scott, and after
greetings had been exchanged with
the president of the chapter, Mrs. E. M.
Howard, were then ushered by Mrs. C.
Rheioauer and Mrs. R G. Blake into
the dining room, where refreshing
punch was served by Mrs. John Taylor
and Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb.
An interesting program was ar
ranged for the occasion and was great
ly enjoyed by alL The opening num
ber was a short but appropriate ad
dress of welcome by the president, Mrs.
E. M. Howard. Mr. F. E. Harris short
talk was a beautiful tribute to the
noble women of the South during the
hard and trying struggles of the six
ties, and was highly appreciated. The
following program was splendidly ren
dered:
Address of welcome Mrs. Howard.
Song and chorus, "Suwanee River"
By Dickison Chapter.
Short talk by Mr. F. E. Harris.
Recitation. "Marianna Day" By Miss
Katie May Eagleton.
Piano solo By Miss Nellie Gottlieb.
Reading Mrs. L. T. Izlar.
Piano solo Mrs. George Yancey.
Bestowal of crosses of honor.
Reading. "Battle of Marianna" Dr.
W. II. Dodge.
Piano and violin selection, by Misses
Bailey and Mcintosh.
Song, "Florida. My Florida" By
four young ladies.
Recitation. "The Blue and the Gray"
Avalee Edwards.
Dixie" Piano. Miss Mcintosh; vio
lin. Miss Bailey.
This being the last time that the
crosses will be bestowed, there were
quite a number of visiting veterans
present.
AIR DOME
Specially Good Show for tar Children
Thin Evening
The pictures and the prizes for to
night will be especially for the child
ren. A pretty doll will be given to one
of the little girls. The program is as
follows:
How She Did It. A roaring comic.
The Tramp Elephant. One of the
funniest pictures ever shown, espe especially
cially especially good for the children.
The Foreman's Cousin. Featuring
Big Bill Anderson In a thrilling west
ern picture, the kind all the- children
Ilk.
Pandora's Box. Featuring John
Bunny, the big fat man and the skinny
woman, a fine one for the .children.
If it rains this afternoon the seats
will be kept perfectly dry, for the
canopy Is over them and every one will
find it comfortable. This Is children's
night, a fine thing for the youngsters.
when all the pictures and prizes will
PUCES
What Are You Paying?
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
Extract, two 10c bottles for. ,15c
Regular 25c. size for 20c
Large Pail Snowdrift $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift 50c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue I fen Matches per pkg 15c
6 Cakes Expost Borax Soap. .. ,25c
Baker's or Hurler's Chocolate
per pound 35c
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Van Camp's Bed Kidney Beans
per can
10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. .
Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes .
10c
Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3.
.for
2-c
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 2."c
Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound. .30c
3 PkRs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Fk?s. Upton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Tkes. Sunbeam Com Flakes. .22c
3 Cans rc. CJold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 2."c
15!z Pounds Sugar JM.OO
14 Pounds Whole Rice $.100
Old Country Rlend Tea, per lb. .oOc
3 Gallons Oil COc
Bulk Oatmeal per pound 3c
Cream of Wheat per package . 1 3c
Cheese, per pound 20c
0 Cans Karo Syrup 33c
Heinz Vinegar, per gallon 33c
Irish Potatoes, per peck 30c
12-11). Sack Occident Flour 33c
12-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour 50c
2Mb. 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 ...$1.95
96 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $3.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
12 lbs. Bob White Flour 43c
24 lbs. Bob White Flour 83c
90 lbs. Bob White Hour $3.35
Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$6.50
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encourages thrifty, economical habits of
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On Monday and Tuesday,
Sept. 30lh-OcI. 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 Sec the
NEW STYLES.
Mrs. Minnie A. Bosfieh

be given Especially for them. This is
the last Friday night before school
opens, so let the children enjoy It.
Thermos bottle given Saturday
night.
MOTHER V MINE
If I were hanged on the hiehest hill.
know whose love would follow me
still:
Mother o' mine.
If I were drowned in the deenest sea.
I know whose tears would come down
to me: ;
Mother o' mine.
If I were damned of body and soul.
I know whose prayer would make me
whole:
Mother o' mine.
Rudyard Kipling.
LAKE CITY LOST
i.nmt (iamf of the Sei-Ie In Ocala With
the A del Team
Yesterday afternoon being a half
holiday there was an extra large crowd
out to see Adel and Lake City play
ball. This was the last game of the
series in Ocala and was full of snap
and ginger. Abercrombie and Woods,
the pitchers, were very evenly matched
and both pitched a fine game. There
were few errors made and plenty of
brilliant plays. Lake City scored the
first run in the first half of the fifth
inning, up to which time there had
been but one hit made. Adel had sev seven
en seven men at bat in the second half of the
seventh and scored two runs which
were enough to give them the game.
Adel is two games ahead of Lake City.
The two teams will go to Dunnellon
today to play another series, which
will be the deciding one. .Woods
struck out nine men and Abercrombie
struck out three.
FOR SALE The business stand of
the late S. E. Rowe, up-to-date and
sanitary meat, market with all attach attachments;
ments; attachments; compressed air cold storage
plant used only a short time. A good
pa$-ing business located on North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. For information call on
or write Mrs. Mary E. Rogle, Admx.,
Law Library building. P. O. Dox 396.
Ocala, Fla.
Mr. George Feltham was taken sick
yesterday with a high fever. He was
not able to be up this morning and
the doctor says he will be in bed for
several days.
Miss Lola Raysor received a tele telegram
gram telegram from Orlando yesterday telling
her they would not need her In Or Orlando
lando Orlando before a week from next Mon Monday,
day, Monday, at which time the school there
will open. Miss Raysor will be asist-
ant principal.
The streets were enlivened this
morning by the presence of a band ot
CJyp.sies, plying their trade of fortune
telling. They attracted quite a bit of
attention and crowds gathered to
watch them ply their trade.
Mr. A. E. Iiower, of the Tostofflce
Drugstore, is in receipt of a letter from
his father, at -their home in Detroit,
Mich., the greatest automobile manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing center in the world, In
which he states that there are 40,000
idle workmen in that city, most of
them from the automobile factories,
and yet the auto advertisements for
the new cars state that they cannot
make enough to supply the demand,
and "you'll have to hurry If you get
one.
Dr. J. E. Chace has had the servant's
house Just finished in his side yard
painted like his residence. He is now
having a lattice fence put around the
house, which will be painted a very
pretty shade of green.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter,
Merris, have been at Plymouth, Mass..
for a week. They will remain there a
week longer, then visit Boston for a
few days, come on down to New York
City and remain there for a short
time to see some of the new plays and
then return home.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Klock. daughters
and son will arrive in Ocala in a few
days from Rumney, N. II.. and will
spend the winter in Ocala. The Klock
family was here for a year and have
many friends in Ocala.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Offices In Holder bund bunding.
ing. bunding. Apply to Davis & Martin.

WE ATI! EH REPORT
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 72 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 91 'degrees.
Average, 95 degrees.'-
WEATHER WRECASX; ..
Fair northwest portion,, local show showers
ers showers In the peninsula oriight '.or 'Satur 'Saturday;
day; 'Saturday; slightly cooler north 'portion 'to
night.
FOR SALT?
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.
Two fine cows for sale, one
ana one seven month5r-.-"Xadress 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., Ux J
ALL TEACHERS MUST, ATTEND
Meedatc of 1b High Sefceol, Faewltr
Saturday Afteraoa- .-;':-
The city schools open MondW? Stud Students
ents Students who for any reason wish to "take
examinations must come prepared to
take them on Monday. The faculty
meets at 3 p. in. Saturday at the high
school building, and It Is absolutely
necessary that every high school
teacher be at this meeting..
Respectfully,
J. IL Workman, PrlnclpaL
AXXOUXCEMEXT
FOr the benefit of some who may
not know, I wish to state that I have
with me now my oldest brother. Dr.
Alonzo L. Blalock, a physician and
BiirirAAn 9 nAn v A a ra ai a a I
experience, a graduate of Jefferson
Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. We
have adjoining offices over the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank, using the same recep reception
tion reception room. Dr. L. F. Blalock.
Dental Surgeon.
THE SCHOOL BOOK PROBLEM
Monday and Tuesday there will be a
great runh for school books. Mr. Joe
Malever of the Globe, who has most 'of
the school books, will have them all
arranged on tables near the door,
classified and priced plainly, with an
ample force of clerks to welt on the
children In a hurry. There will be' a
great rush for books on those two days
and he will try to handle the business
quickly and in an orderly manner.
One young cow. Will, milk in No November.
vember. November. Will give 1 gallons. $20.
Apply Taylor Printing Company.
FOR SALE An Incubataor Jn good
condition. 150-egg capacity. Price
$12.50. Apply to Mrs. C. V. Roberts.
FOR RENT Nine room house, three
blocks from postofflce. Moderate rent
to permanent tenants. Apply by pos postal
tal postal to T. C Thomien, city.
FRESH SEEDS
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable,' the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & .Company.
OLLIE MORDI3 MARKET OPEX
The market formerly known as the
Ollle Mordls' Is now open. Will keep on
band a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number SIS. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Tours respectfully,
OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
HOUSE AND FLAT FOR REST
For rent furnished or unfurnished,
gas stove with house, most desirable
location. Apply to phone 21$ or ad address
dress address No. 139 Fort King avenue.
SAXITART MILK
v'.
The Ocala Heights Dairy can furnish
pure milk and cream. Call phone 421,
or stop the



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tlo 14 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 15 arrives Ocala 11:25 a.m.
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Novelized from
the Comedy of
the Same Name
By
Rupert
Baches
ILLUSTRATED
From Pkttf raphs af
the Play as Produced
By Henry W. Savac
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CHAPTER XVIII.
In the Composite Car.
It was the gentle stranger's turn
to mis3 his guess. He bent over the
chair into which Mallory had flopped,
and said in a tense, low tone: "You
look like a t'oroughbred sport. I'm
trying to make up a game of stud
poker. Will ycu join me?"
Mallory shook his heavy head in re
fusal, and with dull eyes watched the
man, whose profession he no longer
misunderstood, saunter up to the bliss blissful
ful blissful Doctor from Ypsilanti, and mur murmur
mur murmur again:
"Will you join me?"
"Join you in what, sir?" said Dr.
Temple, with alert courtesy.
"A little game."
"I don't mind," the doctor smiled.
rising with amiable readiness. "The
checkers are in the next room."
"Quit your kiddin'," the stranger
coughed. "How about a little freeze freeze-out?"
out?" freeze-out?" "Freeze-out?" said Dr. Temple. "It
Bounds Interesting. Is it something
like authors?"
The newcomer shot a quick glance
it this man, whose innocent air he
suspected. But he merely drawled:
"Well, you play it with cards."
"Would you mind teaching me the
rules?" said the old sport from Ypsi Ypsilanti.
lanti. Ypsilanti. The gambler was growing suspicious
of this too, too childlike innocence.
He whined: "Say, what's your little
game, eh?" but decided to risk the
venture. He sat down at a table, and
Dr. Temple, bringing along his glass,
drew up a chair. The gambler took
a pack of cards from his pocket, and
shuffled them with a snap that startled
Dr. Temple and a dexterity that de delighted
lighted delighted him.
"Go on, it's beautiful to see," he
explained. The gambler set the pack
down with the one word "Cut!" but
since the old man made no effort to
comply, the gambler did not insist. He
took up the pack again and ran off
five cards to each place with a grace
that staggered the doctor.
Mallory was about to intervene for
the protection of the guileless physi physician
cian physician when the conductor chanced to
saunter in.
The gambler, seeing him, snatched
Dr. Temple's cards from his hand and
slipped the pack into his pocket.
"What's the matter now?" Dr. Tem Temple
ple Temple asked, but the newcomer huskily
answered: "Wait a minute. Walt a
minute."
The conductor took in the scene
at a glance and, stalking up to the
table, spoke with the grimness of a
sea-captain: "Say, Pve got my eye
on you. Don't start nothin'."
The stranger stared at him wonder wonder-Ingly
Ingly wonder-Ingly and demanded: "Why, what you
drivin at?"
"You know all right," the conductor
growled, and then turned on the be befuddled
fuddled befuddled old clergyman, "and you, too."
"Me, too?" the preacher gasped.
"Yes, you too," the conductor re repeated,
peated, repeated, shaking ah accusing forefinger
under his nose. "Your actions have
been suspicious from the beginning.
We've all been watching you."
Dr. Temple was so agitated that he
nearly let fall his secret. "Why, do
you realize that I'm a
"Ah, don't start that," sneered the
conductor, "I can spot a gambler as
far as I can see one. You and your
side partner here want to look out,
that's all, or I'll drop you at the next
tank." Then he walked out, his very
shoulder blades uttering threats.
Dr. Temple stared after him, but
the gambler stared at Dr. Temple
with a homage. "So you're one of us,"
he said, and seizing the old man's
limp hand, shook it heartily: "I got
to slip it to you. Your make-up is
great. You nearly had me for a come come-on.
on. come-on. Great!"
And then he sauntered out, leaving
the clergyman's head swimming. Dr.
Temple turned to Mallory for explana explanations,
tions, explanations, but Mallory only waved him
away. He was not quite convinced
himself. He was convinced only that
whatever else anybody might be, no nobody
body nobody apparently desired to be a clergy
man in these degenerate days.
The conductor returned and threw
Into Dr. Temple the glare of two basil basilisk
isk basilisk eyes. The old man put out a be beseeching
seeching beseeching hand and began:
"My good man, you do me a grave
injustice."
The conductor snapped back: "You
say a word to me and 111 do you worse
than that. And If I spot you with a
pack of cards in your hand again, 111
tie you to the cow-ketcher."
Then he marched off again. The
doctor fell back into a chair, trying to
figure it out. Then Ashton and Fos Fos-dick
dick Fos-dick and little Jlmmie Wellington and
Wedgewood strolled In and, dropping
Into chairs, ordered drinks. Before
the doctor could ask anybody to ex explain,
plain, explain, Ashton was launched on a story.
His mind was a suitcase full of anec anecdotes,
dotes, anecdotes, mostly of the smoking-room
order.
Wherever three or four men ace
gathered together, they rapidly organ organize
ize organize a clearing-house of off-ccJor stories.
The doctor listened in spite of him
self, and in spite of himself he was
amused, for stories that would be
stupid if they were decent, take on a
certain verve and thrill from their
very forbiddenness.
The dear old clergyman felt that it
would be priggish to take flight, but
he could not make the corners of his
mouth behave. Strange twitchings of
the lips and little steamy escapes of
giggle-jets disturbed him. And when
Ashton, who was a practiced racon raconteur,
teur, raconteur, finished a drolatlc adventure
with the epilogue. "And the next

morning tney were at Niagara Fans,"
the old doctor was helpless with laugh laughter.
ter. laughter. Some superior force, the devil
no doubt, fairly shook him with glee.
"Oh. that's bully," he shrieked. "I
haven't heard a 6tory like that for
ages."
"Why, where have you been. Dr.
Temple?" asked Ashton. who could
not imagine where a man could have
concealed himself from such stories.
But he laughed loudest of all when
the doctor answered: "You see, I live
in Ypsilanti. They don't tell me
storie3 lite that."
"They who?" said Fosdick.
"Why, my pa my patients," the
doctor explained, and laughed so hard
that he forgot to feel guilty, laughed
so hard that his wife in the next room
heard him and giggled to Mrs. Whit Whit-comb:
comb: Whit-comb: "Listen to dear Walter. He hasn't
laughed like that since he was a a
medical student." Then she buried
her face guiltily in a book.
"Wasn't it good?" Dr. Temple de demanded,
manded, demanded, wiping his streaming eyes
and nudging the solemn-faced English Englishman,
man, Englishman, who understood his own nation's
humor, but had not yet learned the
Yankee quirks.
Wedgewood made a hollow effort at
laughter and answered: "Extremely
very droll, but what I don't quite
get was why the porter said The
others drowned him in a roar of laugh laughter,
ter, laughter, but Ashton was angry. "Why. you
blamed fool, that's where the joke
came in. Don't you see, the bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom said to the bride then he
lowered his voice and diagramed the
story on his fingers.
Mrs. Temple was still shaking with
sympathetic laughter, never dreaming
what her husband was laughing at.
She turned to Mrs. Whitcomb, but
Mrs. Whitcomb was still glaring at
Mrs. Wellington, who was still writ writing
ing writing with flying fingers and underscor underscoring
ing underscoring every other word.
"Some people seem to think they
own the train," Mrs Whitcomb raged.
"That creature has been at the writ writing
ing writing desk an hour. The worst of it Is,
I'm sure she's writing to my hus husband."
band." husband." Mrs. Temple looked shocked, but an another
other another peal of laughter came through
the partition between the male and fe female
male female sections of the car, and she
beamed again. Then Mrs. Wellington
finished her letter, glanced it over, ad addressed
dressed addressed an envelope, sealed and
stamped it with a deliberation that
maddened Mrs. Whitcomb. When at
last she rose, Mrs. Whitcomb was in
the seat almost before Mrs. Welling Wellington
ton Wellington was out of it.
Mrs. Wellington paused at another
wave of laughter from the men's
room. She commented petulantly:
"What good times men have.
They've formed a club in there al

ready. We women can only sit around
and hate each other."
"Why, I don't hate anybody, do
you?" Mrs. Temple exclaimed, look looking
ing looking up from the novel she had found
on the book shelves. Mrs. Welling Wellington
ton Wellington dropped into the next chair:
"On a long railroad journey I hate
everybody. Don't you hate long jour journeys?"
neys?" journeys?" "It's the first I ever took," Mrs.
Temple apologized, radiantly, "and I'm
having the what my oldest boy would
call the time of my life. And dear
Walter such goings on for him! A
few minutes ago I strolled by the door
and I saw him playing cards with a
stranger, and smoking and drinking,
too, all at once."
"Boys will be boys," said Mrs. Wel Wellington.
lington. Wellington. "But for Dr. Temple of all people
"Why shouldn't a doctor? It's a
shame the way men have everything.
Think of it, a special smoking room.
And women have no place to take a
puff except on the sly."
Mrs. Temple stared at her in awe:
"The woman in this book smokes!
perfumed things!"
"All women smoke nowadays," said
Mrs. Wellington, carelessly. "Don't
you?"
The politest thing Mrs. Temple
could think of in answer was: "Not
yet."
"Really!" said Mrs. Wellington,
"Don't you like tobacco?"
"I never tried it."
"It's time you did. I smoke cigars
myself."
Mrs. Temple almost collapsed at
this double shock: "Ci cigars?"
"Yes; cigarettes are too strong for
me; will you try one of my pets?"
Mrs. Temple was about to express
her repugnance at the thought, but
Mrs. Wellington thrust before her a
portfolio in which nestled such dainty
shapes of such a warm and winsome
brown, that Mrs. Temple paused to
stare, and, like Mother Eve, found the
fruit of knowledge too interesting
once seen to reject with scorn. She
hung over the cigar case in hesitant
excitement one moment too long. Then
she said In a trembling voice: "I I
should like to try once just to see
what it's like. But there's no place."
Mrs. Wellington felt that she had
already made a proselyte to her own
beloved vice, and she rushed her vic victim
tim victim to the precipice: "There's the ob observation
servation observation platform, my dear. Come
on out."
Mrs Temple was shivering with dis dismay
may dismay at the dreadful deed: "What
would they say in Ypsilanti?"
"What do you care? Be a sport.
Your husband smokes. If it's right
for him, why not for you?"
Mrs. Temple set her teeth and
arossed the Rubicon with a resolute.
"I will!"
Mrs. Wellington led the timid
neophyte along the wavering floor of
the car and flung back the door of the
observation car. She found Ira Lath Lath-rop
rop Lath-rop holding Anne Gattle's hand and
evidently explaining something of
great importance, for their heads
were very close together. They rose
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Stepfceaa Eye Salre btw
ana witn aoasnea iaces ana coniusea
mumblings of half swallowed explana explanations,
tions, explanations, left the platform to Mrs. Wel Wellington
lington Wellington and her new pupil.
Shortly afterward Little Jimmie
Wellington grew restive and set out
for a brief constitutional and a breath
of air. He carried a siphon to which
he had become greatly attached, and
made heavy going for the observation
room, but reached the door in fairly
good order. He swung it open and
brought in with It the pale and waver wavering
ing wavering ghost of Mrs. Temple, who had
been leaning against it for much-needed
support. Wellington was Btupefled
to observe smoke pouring round Mrs.
Temple's form, and he resolved to
perform a great life-saving feat. He
decided that the poor little woman
was on fire and he poised the siphon
like a fire extinguisher, with the noble
Intention of putting her out.
He pressed the handle, and a stream
of vichy shot from the nozzle.
Fortunately, his aim was so very
wobbly that none of the extinguisher
touched Mrs. Temple.
Wellington was about to play th
siphon at her again when he saw hei
take from her lips a toy cigar and
emit a stream of cough-shaken smoke.
The poor little experimentalist wae
too wretched to notice even so large
a menace as Wellington. She threw
the cigar away and gasped:
"I think I've had enough."
From the platform came a voice
very well known to Little Jimmie. It
said: "You'll like the second one bet better."
ter." better." Mrs. Temple shuddered at the
thought, but Wellington drew himself
up majestically and called out:
"Like second one better, eh? I
suppozhe it's tho same way with
husbandsh."
Then he stalked back to the smok smoking
ing smoking room, feeling that he had annihi annihilated
lated annihilated his wife, but knowing from ex experience
perience experience that 'she always had a come comeback.
back. comeback. He knew it would be good, but
he was afraid to hear it. He rolled
Into the smoking room, and sprawling
across Doctor Temple's shoulders,
dragged him from the midst of a
highly improper story with alarming
news.
"Doc, your wife looks kind o' seedy.
Better go to her at once."
Dr. Temple leaped to his feet and
ran to his wife's aid. He found her a
dismal, ashen sight.
"Sally! What on earth ails you?"
"Been smok-oking," she hiccoughed.
The world seemed to be crashing
round Dr. Temple's head. He could
only gurgle, "Sally!"
Mrs. Temple drew herself up with
weak defiance: "Well, I saw you play playing
ing playing cards and drinking."
In the presence of such innocent
deviltry he could only smile: "Aren't
we having an exciting vacation? But
to think of you smoking! and a
cigar!"
She tossed her head in pride. "And
it didn't make me sick much." She
clutched a chair. He tried to support
her. He could not help pondering:
"What would they say in Yp-hip-si-lanti?"
"Who cares?" she laughed. "I I
wish the old train wouldn't rock so."
"I I've smoked too much, too,"
said Dr. Temple with perfect truth,
but Mrs. Temple, remembering that
long glass she had seen, narrowed her
eyes at him: "Are you sure it was
the smoke?"
"Sally!" he cried, in abject horror
at her implied suspicion.
Then she turned a pale green. "Oh,
I feel such a qualm."
"In your conscience, Sally?"
"No, not in my conscience. I think
111 go back to my berth and lie down."
"Let me help you, Mother."
And Darby and Joan hurried along
the corridor, crowding it as they were
crowding their vacation with belated
experience.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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My large 10-room residence, new and
convenient, possession Oct. 1st; $20
per month. Address G. D. Hogan, city
An article that has real merit should
In time become popular. That such 13
the case with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy ha3 'been attested by many
dealers. Here i3 one of them. IT. 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
dealers.
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed dtore.

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THE REMEDY YOU NEED.

Pries 50c per Bottle.
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ALL DRUGGISTS

HOTEL "CMURCMniLJL.
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
mericar Flan. 12 per day and up. European Tlan, 11.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.

New
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The Motorcycle with

This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. The
Indian's "flexibility of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch
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peed from 4 to 60 mile an hour by merely moving
the clutch lever the right degree. By this action the
clutch can be "slipped and the machine driven at
the speed best suited to the moment.
In other words, the Variable Speed and Free Engine
Clutch is the means by which the motor power is fed
to the machine at the will of the rider.
This feature and magneto supplied without extra
charge on all 1912 Model Indians.

Ask for a free demonstration.
O. IP. CONDON
Distribnlor lor Marion County OCtlA. FLORIDA

LOW MOW TRIP RATES
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FROU OCALA
$39.05 New York aud Philadelphia, sold daily, limit Oct' .31
$35.05 Baltimore and Washington, told daily, limit Oct 31
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$62.65 Denver, Colorado, - fold daily, limit Oct 31
$93.55 California points, - Kld daily, limit Qct 31
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For Reservation or Information, Call on Nearest A. C. L.
Ticket Agent or

Y. It BEAZLEY, J. P. A.
Tampa.

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It heals wtckiy.
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Hotel Astor
Corner Bay and Dogan Sis.
Jacksonville, Florida
k RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold "Running Water and
Telephone In Kach Room. Free Ratlm.
COOLEST ROOMS, RICST IUCD
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS y
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street.
"Count the Indians
On the Road!"
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7 HJP. Twia CruadW $253
a Thousand Speeds!
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J. G. KIDIiLAND, D. P. A.
Florida.