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The Ocala evening star
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OCALA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1912.
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It lm Up t Them to DerMe on the
Initiative nl Kf (rrmilum
Inirmlment
Hon. H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of
Ftate, Tallahassee. Fla. Dear Sir: In
restart! to the conference on yesterday
with Governor Gilchrist and Senator
Finlayson at which time the governor
Indicated that the was considering
brlnxin a suit against you to enjoin
you from further publishing the pro proposed
posed proposed initiative and referendum con constitutional
stitutional constitutional amendment and requested
you to asrree to said suit as a friendly
suit, I wish to say that in view of the
fact that our supreme court as well as
a nunaber of court of other states
have held that in considering the va validity
lidity validity of a constitutional amendment
' the vote of the people or the popular
voice is the paramount act. I do not
think it advisable for you to accede to
the governor's request, as the result
sought 1pp. such suit would be to head
off and prevent the voters from hav having
ing having tfie privilege of recording their
will the most important step effecting
the proceedings relative to the adop adoption
tion adoption of a constitutional amendment. As
I previously advised you, I believe the
amendment is beins? leerally published.
If the validity of the submission of
the amendment could be tried only
.rior to the votins upon the same by
the electors, then I coul 1 see some
reason for aareeinsr to a friendly suit
at this time and would gladly agree to
it, but such is not the case. If Gov Governor
ernor Governor Gilchrist and Mr. Finlayson de desire
sire desire to have settled nothing more than
the validity of the adoption of the
amendment if approved by a majority
of the voters, and do not have the de desire
sire desire to cut the voters off from voting
on the proposition, their purpose could
as well and effectively be accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished by Instituting a suit following the
election, at which time I would be
pleased to assist them inv getting a?
early adjudication of the questions In Involved
volved Involved as possible.i
Seeing no reason for so doing and
knowing no public demand for such
action, I do not at this time. fe,el dis disposed
posed disposed to agree to any step which
seeks to prevent the electors from
voting on this proposition in Novem November.
ber. November.
If a majority of the electors vote for
the amendment, immediately following
the election, any taxpayer for the pur purpose
pose purpose of getting the decision of the
courts upon the validity of the adop adoption
tion adoption of the amendment may test the
question by a suit to enjoin either the
comptroller or the governor from
signing the warrants for the publica publication
tion publication of the proposed amendment. A
suit by Governor Gilchrist prior to the
election can do no more, except if he
should be successful he would accom accomplish
plish accomplish the further purpose of depriving
the voters of voting on the proposition
and bar them from recording the pop popular
ular popular voice which the courts say Is
paramount.
If the governor desires to attempt
such proceedings. I do not believe the
public good would be subserved by
you making an agreement with him
that the suit should be a friendly suit.
I think you should be free to raise the
question as to his authority as gov governor
ernor governor to bring the suit and to raise
any other points you may desire.
1 "lours very truly.
Park Trammell. Atty. Gen.
Tallahassee. Fla.. Oct. 2, 1912.
11 111
outheantern Railway Employe Con Conceded
ceded Conceded Ten Per Cent Increase
In Wage
Washington, Oct. 5. A settlement of
the protracted wage and working con conditions
ditions conditions controversy between the
Southeastern railroads and their em employes
ployes employes was reached yesterday. The
men by the agreement signed will re receive
ceive receive an averasre advance in wages of
appro:;i.n iu ly 1C per cert.
The rules and working conditions on
each of the roads remain substantial substantially
ly substantially unchanged. Approximately 13,000
employes, including 3.000 negroes, are
affected. They are conductors, brake brake-men,
men, brake-men, baggagemen, flagmen and yard yardmen.
men. yardmen. Trackmen and shopmen are not
involved. The agreement means to the
roads an Increase in fixed charges for
operating expenses of approximately
1.500.000 a year. As an offset to this,
assurance is given that there will be
no strike of the men and that the
working conditions now agreed upon
are fairly satisfactory to the oper operatives
atives operatives and to the railroads. The At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line was one of the roads
concerned.
OAK VALE
Oak Vale. Oct. 3. Harvest time is
nearly over and autum.i is coming at
full speed.
Mr. W. H. Anderson, Jr.. was one of
the crowd that enjoyed the party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. N. King
of Willlston Monday evening. Punch
was served.
Mr. Charlie Whitehurst spent Sunday
with Ferrel Boyer.
Mrs. J. R. Howell spent last week
the guest of Mrs. W. II. Andrews.
School was dismissed Thursday and
Friday on account of the teacher be being
ing being summoned to -court.
Messrs. W. II. and -A. M. Anderson
were called to High Springs Saturday

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on account of the serious illness of
their ulster, Mrs. 1 A. Rozear. She
died Sunday and the remains were
laid to rest In the cemetery at Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. She leaves four brothers, three"
children and a husband to mourn her
death.
Mr. C. W. Boyer made a business trip
to Ocala Thursday and returned home
Saturday.
Mr. M. D. Clancy made a business
trip to Williston Tuesday morning.
Mr. J. P. Whitehurst of Raleigh, was
a caller In. our midst Sunday.
We regret to report the illness of
Mrs. JL A. Clancy. She has been suf-

xering witn intense lever ana coia. e
hope she will soon be feeling well and
able to be out again.
Misses Ruby and Sallie Anderson
spent Wednesday at Wllliston the
guests of Mrs. A. T. Billingsley.
M . M M TT
PUSHED
IlulgarlanN CroM the llorder and
Lightning Flaxhew from the
Balkan War Cloud
Constantinople, Oct. 5. Detachments
of Bulgarian troops have penetrated
Turkey and the territory north of
Kovache to the northeast of Adrian Adrian-ople.
ople. Adrian-ople. This Is the most Important
move since the trouble with the Bal Balkan
kan Balkan states began and, indicates that
war is inevitable.
GREEK GETTING THEIR Gl.VS
Going Home by Thousand to Aid their
Countrymen In the Hoped
for War
Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 5. In re response
sponse response to the call to arms, many
Greeks are leaving Utah for the east.
According to estimates there are about
2.500 Greeks in this stete and 8000 in
Washington. All the Greeks who have
been sent out by employment agencies
to work on railroads will be recalled,
and it is believed that construction
work will be hampered.
Expect to l"e Aeroplane
Sin Francisco, Oct. 5. Capt. George
Capitanlst, head of the aviation corps
of the Greek army, passed through
San Francisco yesterday on his way to
Join the colors. He has ben in San
Dieo., Cal., receiving instructions in
the handling of biplanes.
"Our fleet of biplanes should figure
prominently in the war with Turkey,"
he said.
Richard Defontana, Greek consul consul-general
general consul-general here, said 20.000 Greeks will
go from California to fight Turkey.
BLTTCIITO
Blitchton, Oct. 3. Mrs. Entzminger
and children of Micanopy spent Friday
here. Rev. Entzminger accompanied
his wife home Saturday after assisting
Rev. Eldridge of Crystal River In a
meeting here.
Miss Ramsey of Gainesville is the
guest of Miss Mattie Goodwin.
Rev. Eldridge of Crystal River re
turned home Sunday after a week's;
stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hammond spent
Tuesday in the Brick C'ty.
Mr. J. M. Blitch visited Ocala Wed
nesday.
Dr. Blitch and Miss Legie Blitch
motored to Morrlston Wednesday morn morning.
ing. morning. Mrs. Stone and Miss Inez Peterson of
Morrlston were Wednesday visitors.
Mrs. .1. T. Burgess .s on the sick
list.
News from Messrs. Land is and Loonis
Blitch of Columbia College, Lake City,
states the enrollment so far is 250, and
new students are coming every day.
Messrs. Lewis and Oris Hills spent
Tuesday in Ocala.
Mrs. Flora McKay Morrison, Mrs. A.
L. McKay and Mr. Guy Miller of Mor Morrlston
rlston Morrlston and Miss Lilly Morrison of In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, called Wednesday afternoon.
DEAFNESS CAXXOT HE Cl'HED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one' way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the fnucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When this
tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed, deafness is the re
sult, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
Its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever: nine cases out of
ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces. We will give
one hundred dollars for any case of
deafness (caused by catarrh) that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney
Sc Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Tills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. (Adv.)
HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED
This is the season when you should
have your automobile painted. The
work we turn out looks just as good as
new and the enamel Is as permanent
and holds its brilliancy just as well as
a fatcory finish. We are now turning
out several handsome pieces of work
and it would pay you to call at the
shop and look them over. Our up upholstering
holstering upholstering and covering department
can do any -work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re repairs
pairs repairs to an entire new job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works,
Ad. W. F. McAteer, Proprietor.

Over-Confidence and tlnarlaeaa May
Hob the Democratic Party of m
Victory In Xorember
Editor Star: The democratic na national
tional national committee desires to call your
attention to a recent statemeit. issued
by Henry Morgenthau, chairman, of
the general finance committee. This
statement shows that so far the com comparatively
paratively comparatively small amount of $258,750
has been contributed to the democratic
campaign fund. It states, also, that
an additional $750,000 will be required
to pay the legitimate expenses to the
close of the campaign.
This statement would indicate that
the democratic party is troubled with
a peculiar disease that of over-confi
dence.
There is a kind of get eral feeling
that we are going to win anyway, and
that, therefore, there is no need of a
campaign fund.
So far, according to Mr. Morgen Morgen-thau's
thau's Morgen-thau's statement, 17,116 individuals
have contributed to the campaign
fund. The national committee is am ambitious
bitious ambitious to increase this number to
100,000.
If this over-confidence lasts until
election day, the result will be that
thousands and thousands of democrats
will remain away from the polls.
Yours very truly,
Robert Ewing,
Chairman Press Bureau.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 4. 192.
I
For Preazaent
VVOODROW WILSON
For Vice President
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
Presidential Electors
JEFFERSON' B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
CHAS. E. JONES
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
H. C. SPARKMAN
Congressman, $tate-at-Large
CLAUDE L'ENGLE
Congressman, First District
S. M. SPARKMAN
Governor
PARK TRAMMELL
Secretary of State
II. C. 'CRAWFORD
Attorney-General
THOS. F. WEST
Commissioner of Agriculture
W. A. McRAE
Treasurer
J. C. LUNING
Comptroller
W. V. KNOTT
Superintendent of Public Instruction
W. N. SHEATS
State Chemist
R. E. ROSE
Adjutant General
J. C. R. FOSTER
Railroad Commissioner
R. C. DUNN
For Members of the Legislature
L. S. LIGHT
EDWIN SPENCER. JR.
For County Judge
W E. SMITH
For Sheriff
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
For Clerk of the Circuit Court
PERRY H. NUGENT
For Tax Assessor
ALFRED AYER
For Tax Collector
W. L. COLBERT
For Superintendent of Schools
J. IL BR IN SON
For Treasurer
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For Commissioner, District 1
C CARMICHAEL
For Commissioner, District 2
D. G. WATKINS
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
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AN OH

British Submarine and Crew Lost In
Collision With a German Llaer
Dover, England, Oct. 5. The British
submarine B-2 was run down by the
Hamburg-American liner Amerika here
last night. It sank at once drowning
fourteen of the crew. Tne officer in
charge was rescued.
The Amerika appears to have cut
the submarine completely in halves.
Lieut. Richard I. Pulleyne was the
only man among the crew of fifteen
who was saved. He was found float floating
ing floating in the' sea too exhausted to say
more when he was rescued than:
"The submarine was cut In two. I
went down a mile."
The Amerika stood by after the col collision
lision collision and threw life buoys overboard
while a number of torpedo boats
searched the sea for hours. None of
the other members of the crew, how however,
ever, however, were found. This is the sixth
disaster to British submarines, each of
them involving the loss of from eleven
to fifteen lives.
ITALY'S TERMS ACCEPTED
Tarks, After a Year of War Admit
They Cannot Recover Tripoli
Constantinople, Oct. 5. The Turkish
cabinet voted yesterday to accept
Italy's latest proposals for peace. The
preliminary agreements are to be sign signed
ed signed upon the arrival at Ouchy, Switzer Switzerland,
land, Switzerland, of a special Turkish emissary
who left Constantinople immediately
after the cabinet meeting.
DOUBT DISAPPEARS
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Back Can Ignore This Doable
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C. F. Hays, 271 Orange St., Ocala,
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my back and often I was so stiff and
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I also had headaches. When a friend
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that I did so for they gave me more
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had ever taken. To say that I endorse
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1908).
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In March, 1911, when Mr. Hays was
interviewed, he said: "I gladly confirm
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ney Kidney Pills, for the benefit they brought
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Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. (Adv.)
COXVICTIOX AT CUMMIXG
Of Two Xeajroew Responsible for tbe
Late Outbreak Four Yet
to he Tried
Cumming Ga., Oct. 5. While four
companies of militia from Atlanta pre preserved
served preserved order in the court house and the
town, two nearroes were convicted of
asaultin a yuun woman of th's
community and causinsr her death.
Details of the crime were related by
the sister of one of the negroes, who
was a witness to the deed.
Great crowds from Forsyth and
.-urrounJinsr counties thronsred the
town, but the presence of the troops
kept the excitement under control.
Four more of the necroes brought
here from Atlanta are yet to be tried.
FORTUNE IV FACES
There's often much truth in the say say-In?,
In?, say-In?, "her face is her fortune," but its
never said where pimples, skin erup eruptions,
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new man. I suffered from kidney and
bladder troubles, but Foley Kidney
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Dr. McClane's Residence. 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence. 52.
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Effective September 15th, 1912

WEEK DAYS
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o II leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
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OGALA EVENING STAR

IJittinjie- Carroll Proprietor.
II. It. O.rre.Jl, Ias!nes Manager.
J. II. Ilftijamin, Editor.
Hnttred ..1 t .if postof.lce at Ocala,
Fla., a.i fn .,n ela mail matter.
TF.vriMOW FltOM TKimV
In Washington, yesterday morning.
Ex-Preldnt Itoo.-evelt took the wit witness
ness witness chair )efore the Clapp committee.
which i.s investiuatinir the source ami i
disposal of campaign fund.-. j
The principal part of Colonel j
Itoo.sevelt'rt examination before the
committee was to be concerning the :
J100.000 Standard Oil contribution n. I
the republican national campaign
fund of 1 :04. John D. Archbold has
testified that he made such a contri contribution
bution contribution to the late Cornelius X. IJliss;
George 15. Sheldon. treasurer of the
committee in 1I08 and this year, also
has testified that Mr. Uliss" records
showed such a contribution; George
15. Cortelyou. chairman of the com committee
mittee committee in 1101. lias sworn that no such
contribution was, received and Colonel
Hoosevelt ha said that he irave re-
peated and .express instructions to
otli Mr. llliss and Mr. Cortelyou that
it such a contribution were made it
was to be immediately returned.
Witnesses have told the committee
that they knew of no record of such a
contribution having been returned and
Charles II. Dr.ell, assistant treasurer
for the committee in 1901. told the
committee yesterday he did not believe
Mr. Bliss kept information of any con contributions
tributions contributions from Mr. Cortelyou.
"I asked no man to contribute to the
campaign fund when I was elected
president of the United States, and I
wish to reiterate that Mr. Bliss and
Mr. Cortelyou both assured me that no
promise had been made as a return
for any contributions. Neither they
nor anyone else having authority ask--ed
me to act or refrain from acting In
any matter while I was president, be because
cause because any contribution had been made
or withheld.
"Gentlemen, could I put it more
s weepingly?"
, In these words the colonel summa summarized
rized summarized his testimony to the Senate com committee
mittee committee investigating campaign funds.
'Tiie colonel specifically denied that he
-ever asked for contributions to his'
1304 campaign fund; or that he had
known of any contribution by J. P.
Morgan. He declared he had ordered
the return to the Standard Oil Com Company
pany Company of any contribution it might
hive made in 1!01; that he had been
assured by George B. Cortelyou "only
yesterday" that he knew of no nuch
contribution; and that he did not be believe
lieve believe that Cornelius Bliss had ever de demanded
manded demanded a contribution from John D.
Archbold or from any corporation by
any methods of extortion.
Colonel Roosevelt did not deny that
corporations had contributed to the
1901 campaign. He says his letters
and "published statements had always
acknowledged that fact but he speci specified
fied specified that no such contributions had
ever been obtained under suggestion
Tthat the administration would reward
the givers with special favors.
The former president's testimony
bristled with characteristic state statements.
ments. statements. "Senator Penrose should be driven
from the Senate.' he declared, "be "because
cause "because of his acknowledged friendli friendliness
ness friendliness with Standard Oil interests.
"Charles D. Hilles and Congressman
Bartholdt should be forced to prove
their statements that the Roosevelt
primary campaign funds tills year had
amounted to $3,000,000 or 1.000.000,
or should be driven out of public life."
He declared, as had Senator Dixon,
his campaign manager, Wednesday,
that the Senate committee's activities
had thus far been directed solely to toward
ward toward the Roosevelt campaign funds
and that no attention had been paid to
other candidates.
He was assured by Mr. Clapp that
the representatives of other candi candidates
dates candidates would be called "before elec election."
tion." election." Colonel Roosevelt asked to explain
"the charges that have been made" in
regular order.
Senator Clapp acquiesced.
"There is no testimony against me
except in the form of hearsay evi evidence,"
dence," evidence," the colonel said; "hearsay
statements of men that are dead. Mr.
Archbold and Mr. Penrose purport to
give statements of what Mr. Bliss had
to say; Mr. Bliss is dead. Mr. Odell
and the other gentlemen refer to
statements made by Mr. Harriman,
who is dead.
"While I was president if any man.
trust magnate. socialist. lawyer or
clergyman had any business with me
and wanted to see me. I gladly saw
him. And if I thought there was any anything
thing anything to be gained from the stand standpoint
point standpoint of the public service in seeing
any man then, without waiting for
him to ask I would send for him. If
I am elected president, a year hence if
Mr. Rockefeller or any one else wants
to see me, I'll see him and. moreover,
If I have anything to ask for the pub pub-.
. pub-. lie service from Mr. Rockefeller. J.
Pierpont Morgan or anyone else, I'll
send for him."
Colonel Roosevelt declared that dur during
ing during his administration ne had sent for
James J. Hill, the ra'lroad mag-nate.
"I think I sent for J. Pierpont Mor Morgan,"
gan," Morgan," said the colonel. "At least I
saw Mr. Morgan in regard to the cur currency
rency currency question At this moment some
of the'sam'e newspapers that are car carrying
rying carrying comments on the suppose! fact
that I sent for Mr. Archbold." con continued
tinued continued Colonel Roosevelt, "are com commenting
menting commenting on the fact that I also sent
for a socialist. Mr. Bruiere. to help me
draw up my platform.
"As for Mr. Bruiere." he added,
"they are r'ght. If there is any man
from whom I think I can get anything
of value to the people. I will send for
him. I have sent for trust magnates
and prizefighters. I have sent for
John L. Sullivan. Battling Nelson and
Dr. Lyman Abbott." he added, with a
laugh.
The nomination of Sulzer for gov governor
ernor governor by New York democrats meets
general approval and was probably
the best that could have been made.
Sulzer is an aggressive democrat of
national reputation and a clean rec record.
ord. record. He may not be elected, but he
undoubtedly stands a far better chance

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r.d hi j; ;. rt-rs. and while he is
not a Tamrr.any man. Tammany in't
fi-shtins? him.
IMKHIMIM- KOItfiAN
FHIKM) OF Till: It:OILK
In hi testimony (irivre t.ie Serute
campaign contributions committee. J.
Pierpont Morgan, the financial colos colossus,
sus, colossus, who !y use of the ttovernment'rf
nioney obtained the credit of stopping
the panic of K07, sail:
"I want it distinctly understood
that J. I'. Morgan & Company never
made a sini?fe subscription to any elec election
tion election with any promise or expectation
of anything in return in any way.
s!ial,tf cr manner and we never made it
without we deemed it advantageous
for tne improvement of the people. We
never had an application from any
candidate for money and anything
that we did or that was done under
my suggestion, was that it was neces necessary
sary necessary for the good of the country and
the business of the people."
Commenting on Morgan's statement.
G r. ernor Marshall sai l:
ir that is all ne save, ne is a tigm-
wad. He didn't give half enough.
President Roosevelt gave the right, in';
violation of the law. to amalgamate
the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company
with the Steel Trust. That dead netted
Morgan I6H.000.000."
Edwin F. IJlodett, under whose ad administration
ministration administration Atlanta became a first
class postoffice, died in that city this
week, aged 62. He rose to be post postmaster
master postmaster through all grades in the of office
fice office and was appointed by President
McKinley from the pos'tion of assist assistant.
ant. assistant. He was a son of Foster IJlodsett.
once of Augusta, and one of the most
famous carpet baggers of reconstruc reconstruction,
tion, reconstruction, times.
Congressman Murray, one of the
leading democrats of Massachusetts, is
confident the I'.ay State will go for 1
Wilson and Marshall.
Mexico 4s now buying artillery in
France and sending her young officers
to French military schools. This re reverses
verses reverses the policy of IMaz. who pre preferred
ferred preferred Germany.
Mrs. Lula A. Miller, a middle-aged
lady of Starke, horrified the community
by committing suicide Thursday. Ill
health is supposed to be the cause of j
her act. She was born in California, I
but had lived in Starke .since child childhood.
hood. childhood. Col. W. G. Bartholomew, eighty-six
years old, for many years president of
the local society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals, died at 10:13
o'clock yesterday morning at the home
of his daughter in Tampa. Colonel
Bartholomew had been in Tampa about
thirty years, being United States mar
shal for fifteen years and president of
the humane society for about fifteen
years.
Tin: ky m usoN cms
Klsewhere in this issue you will see
the page advertisement of the Florida
Auto Sales Co., telling of its new and I
handsome 1913 Hudson cars. The Hud Hudson
son Hudson people have always made one of
the best cars o the market. This year
they have probably made more and
better advancement with their cars
than for any two years previous. They
show six models in this advertisement,
three four-cylinder and three six six-cylinder
cylinder six-cylinder models. The cais are silent
running; they arc equipped with elec electric
tric electric self-starter and five electric lights.
The equipment is absolutely complete,
leaving" nothing to be desired and no
accessories to buy to finish the equip equipment
ment equipment of your car if you get a 1913 Hud Hudson.
son. Hudson. There are only two prices, $1873
for the fours and $2100 for the sixes,
f. o. b. Detroit. The Hudson for this
year is positively one of the most
tyllsh looking, most gracefully con
structed as well as best car values for
the money that has ever been made.
Investigate them. Compare them with
other cars of like price. They will
stand it. Ad.
PADDOCK HAS FOOD
THF. KIGHT PLACE
Metropolitan High Holler Seek Kent
In a Slow Country Town
Jacksonville, Oct. 5. Samuel David
Paddock. Jr.. New York millionaire,
the chauffeur who inherited, a fortune
by the death of his uncle, Samuel Da David
vid David Paddock, Sr., and who caused a
sensation by his actions along Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, arrived here last night and took
the most expensive suite of rooms in
the Seminole hotel.
Paddock declares he left New Y'ork
to escape fortune-hunting women who
followed him everywhere he went.
Paddock had hardly registered before
he began a career of high life that has
rarely been equalled here. He says he
will remain south during the winter
and expects to visit east coast resorts
in the height of the fashionable sea season.
son. season. niMATlRK FRUIT LAW
I OT KXOCKED OIT
It is gratifying to learn, on later ad advices
vices advices from Arcadia, that the recent
decision of Circuit Judge Whitney does
not affect the constitutionality of the
Immature fruit law, but was based
upon the Interpretation of a section
of the pure food and drug law relative
to the confiscation of goods before the
guilt or innocence of the shipper or
seller has been determined.
The Tribune understands that the
judge's decision had no reference to
the green fruit statute, which remains
in full force and effect.
It is well for the public generally to
know this, in order that tho?e dispos disposed
ed disposed to ship unripe fruit may not labor
under the impression that the prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition has been knocked out by the
courts and that no penalty can be at attached
tached attached to such offense. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. 320-ACRE FARM FOR SALE
On account of not being able to work
and care for same, I am offering my
entire farm with two-story, 10-room
dwelling house and ten tenant houses,
farming implements and everything as
it now stands cheap for cash to a quick
purchaser. For price write at once or
come and see the farm, to Mr;. J. S.
Mann. York. Fla. Ad.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.

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For
More (.'time than It Cminit.
York Safer than
Other La rare Tontu
New York. Oct. 4. Seven out of
-out every 100.000 New Yorkers are
.air lered, according to figures gather gathered
ed gathered by an insurance journal here. The
statistics, covering a store of the
larger cities of the country show, how however,
ever, however, that New York is a very good
place compared with other American
(immunities. The rate of homicides
per 100.000 population for some of the
other cities is as fallows:
Washington. 1.2: Chicago. l.l; San
Francisco. 10.1; St. Louis, .15.3; Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, Tenn. 33.3; Savannah. 37.8;
Charleston. S. C. 42.3. and Memphis,
Tenn.. 63.4.
In Ensland and Wales in 1109, with a
population of 33,736.000. the precent precent-age
age precent-age of homicides was only O.K.
LAST HOVOItS TO A
SCOTTISH HITK MASON
Atlanta. Oct. ". The late Jack Wil
-on. a well known Atlantan and a
Mason of high standing, was buried at
midnight last night by the light of
torches in accordance with the ancient
ritualistic burial service of the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite.
This is a distinction accorded to but
one other man in Georgia, the late Dr.
Jl. J. Nunn. of Savannah.
Mr. Wilson was a thirty-second de degree
gree degree Mason and one of the most popu popular
lar popular men in the order.
TY-IiELJi SISTERS COMING
I Wonderful Human Butterfly Act to be
j Seen With IUnglin Brother.
Clrrim
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The most beautiful and dangerous
aerial feat ever attempted is the Hu
man Butterfly act. a dental suspension
i performance now being presented by
jthe Ty-Bell sisters of France with
Ringling Brothers circus. As a sen
sational spectacle it ranks first. This
big circus is billed to exhibit in Ocala
on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
The Human Butterfly act is a new
creation and a striking aerial novelty.
Holding by the teeth to slender steel
cords, three Venus-like girls are drawn
to the dome of the tent. By means of
intricate mechanism on the canvas
roof of the tent they are enabled to
dart, fly and circle through space with
the infinite grace of birds while multi multicolored
colored multicolored electric spot lights bathe them
in floods of fantastic luminance. They
are clothed in flowing robes of deli delicate
cate delicate gossamer-like silk, which, to together
gether together with long wings of fine spun
glass, give the spectacle an ethereal
charm that ). entrancing to behold beholders.
ers. beholders. Though the beauty and sublime
splendor of the performance are two
forceful features, the great danger and
for a moment lost sight of. It is a
for a moment, lost sight of. tl is a
thriller of the most legitimate kind,
inasmuch as it requires the strongest
of nerves and a real heroism to ac accomplish
complish accomplish it. not havir.c to depend on
exaggerated methods and the absolute
protection of sure-fire machinery.
There is real and not meiely suggest suggested
ed suggested danger in. the act. which fact Is ev evident
ident evident on sight.
This is the highest-priced aerial act
ever imported, and not in any way
similar to the common-place special specialties
ties specialties of the past which are merely
"iron-jaw" acts in disguise. This is the
great performance which electrified
Europe last winter, presented by the
identical three girls. It alone Is a
feature strong enough to insure suc success
cess success to any circus. But the manage management
ment management does not stop there. Every one
af the 373 headliners is a past master
in the arts of circus entertainment.
The big feature this year, and the
most remarkable drawing card ever
offered by any circus. Is the newly
added $300,000 wordless spectacle,
"Joan of Arc," which begins the reg regular
ular regular performance. It employs 1.200
persons, 600 horses and a trainload of
special scenery. It Is presented on the
largest stage in the world, so big that
all this assemblage of men, women and
horses can remain upon It in the grand
ensemble scene while 300 girls are
dancing.
This is something new for a circus
to undertake. Its expense is such that
only a big concern like the RIngling
Brothers could attempt it. It has serv served
ed served to increase the patronage of their
show to such an extent that additional
excursion trains are run to every town
visited. As an attraction It is equal in
interest to the circus Itself. (Adv.)
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores. Ad.
DR. LIVINGSTON'S
ROOT AND IfERB TEA
The Great Iilood Pnrlfler and Xme
Tonic, fur Rheumatism, Kidney and
Dladder Trouble Price 50c.
Dr. Livingston's Dlapepclne Powdern.
for Indigestion and Stomach Trou TroublesPrice
blesPrice TroublesPrice 50 Centa
Dr. Livingston' Golden Catarrh Balm,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price 50 Cents
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR NO PAT
These Remedies Can Always be Found
at the Court Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.
WE CAX aUPPLY VOL WITH
PIIIE ICE
For All Puns Whether Your
Requirement are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDER? WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
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Presbyterian
Pastor. Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D.)
S:t5 a. rr.. S-nday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Sacrament of Lord's Supper.
7:30 p. m. Preaching services will
be resumed at this hour.
3 p. m. The Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. A cordial invitation extended to the
public.
Baptist
Banyan Stephens, Pastor
&:30 a. m. Sunday school.
Rally day. Every member present.
Visitors heartily welcomed.
11 a. m. Preaching service. Topic,
"Keeping on the March."
Lord's Supper.
3:30 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
6:13 p. m. E. Y. P. U. Subject.
"Spirituality."
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Sub Subject.
ject. Subject. "Our First Duty.'
Everybody welcome.
Methodist
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor.
Regular fall and winter services are
resumed today. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Bible school at 9:30.
Senior League at 4 p. m. Official board
meeting Monday 7:30 p. m. Subject at
11 a. ml, "My Vows Unto the Lord." At
night the subject will be, "Silent
Voices." Our season's motto: "Every
member present at every service pos possible."
sible." possible." Strangers visiting our city are
always accorded a generous welcome
at this church.
Epworth League
The League meets tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Methodist
church. All are cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Christian
(W. H. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday SchooL
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. E. Program
Topic, "The Greatest Command Commandment."
ment." Commandment." Text, Mark 12:28-31.
Clifton Sexton, leader.
Song.
Prayer.
Bible lesson read alternately.
Lesson explanation by superintend superintendent.
ent. superintendent. Chalk talk by Elizabeth Wetherbee.
Lesson story by James Chace and
Robert Cowdrick.
Sentence prayers.
Lesson quiz by Marion Cope.
Mission study by Virginia Beckham.
Roll and payment of dues.
Mizpah.
LAKE WEIIl
Lake Weir, Oct. 3. Miss Stebbins of
Hot Springs, Va., arrived Saturday eve evening
ning evening and will spend the winter with
Mrs. II. V. Henry as governess for her
two little daughters. Miss Stebbins Is
an accomplished musician and a very
charming young lady who will be an
acquisition to Lake Weir society.
Mr. Frank Hyman of Jacksonville
and Atlanta, spent the past week with
Mrs. E. P. Moody.
Mrs. K. H. Clements arrived home
Wednesday evening from the moun mountains
tains mountains of North Carolina, having spent
two months at Balsam, Asheville and
Henderson vllle.
A meeting was held after Sunday
school Sunday evening to appoint of officers
ficers officers to push forward the cement
church building in course of construc construction
tion construction on the lot given by Tfr. H. W.
Henry. Capt. H. W. Henry was appoint appointed
ed appointed treasurer; J. M. Blair, Capt. J. B.
Martin and Dr. H.. W. Henry on build building
ing building committee; Mrs. J. B. Martin, Mrs.
H. W. Henry, Mrs. Robert Blair and
Mrs. Kate Clements, on finance com committee.
mittee. committee. The cement blocks, under the
able management of Mr. J. M. Blair and
Dr. Dreeher are almost all moulded and
hardened, and as soon as plans are
completed by Mclver & MacKay, the
work will go on, and we hope will be
under roof by Christmas.
The friends of Mrs. E. H. Camp and
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ea to near oi ineir return next xiiurs xiiurs-day.
day. xiiurs-day. Mrs. Camp has been quite 111 In
Atlanta for the past four months, but
has entirely recovered and will spend
the winter at their home on Lake
Weir.
Miss Margaret Xixon of Homestead
Is spending a week with her uncle, J.
T. Xixon and other friends on the lake.
The friends of Mrs. R. L. Martin are
glad to welcome her back from New
York City, where she has spent the
past two months with her cousin, Mrs.
Alice Law.
Mr. Russell Swartout, who has spent
the summer in Savannah, has returned
to spend the winter with his family,
who remained here during his ab absence.
sence. absence. Mr. Oscoe Lorain. Mrs. Vincent
i Moody.
Mrs. Briginau' and Miss Booth
of Orlando motored up Tuesday eve evening
ning evening to spend a few days with Mrs. E.
P. Moody and daughter. Miss Lou.
OPEN' DAT AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. I depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. AI.
CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at
JO p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
ecretary. Ad.
Jake Brown.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. Ml
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.
For sore throat, swollen tonsils.
pimples on the ton?ue, gargle the
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;.iroa: or rinse ine :;.-- ;t:i
BT S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID diluted j
:n a little water. I: will TJiekly restore I
normal condition. Batr.e the skin with
:: to relu;e swellings, cure insect bites
or stings, wa.-h out ragged wounds,
oil re- or barbed wire cuts. It dis dis-Infrct
Infrct dis-Infrct the wound and heals the flesh.
Price 30 c-nts per bottle. Sili by all
druggists.' Adv.)

MUNTOE & CMAMBOSS
PERMANENCY
The Monroe and Chambliss Band was not
organized as a temperay institution.
It is here to stay.
There are fifteen years continuous, faithful
service to Marion and adjoining counties back
of this assertion.
It takes courage to start a banking business
in the face of hard times, crop failures and ad adverse
verse adverse business conditions snch as existed back
in 1897.
.
But that was when the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank opened for business. Its record is an open
book, one which every person 'with banking af affairs
fairs affairs can investigate with profit to. themselves.
It is on this record that we solicit your
business.
THE M WOE & CHAMBLISS BAM
Ocala, Florida

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Coat Suits;',' Long'' Costs, Sweaters,
Middies, Blaziers and Norfolk Jack

ets and Aviation Caps. Also Childrens' Toq Toques,
ues, Toques, Caps, Sacks, Wasli, Coats and, "Nemo"
Sleeping Garments.

YOU Should visit our Big De De-1
1 De-1 partment Store and See
the Many New Styles in Fall
Goods.

H. B. MASTERS CO.
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green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
Wc will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
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CARBON PAPER
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"I Will Try His Plan"
I've been thinking of the talk you had with one of your customers
about saving his money. I have resolved to give it a trial when I next
get( my pay.
This hand-to-mouth existence is too much of a risk for me to carry.
If I should be taken sick or accidentally hurt and laid off, I should not
only run into debt but be an expense and burden to my friends.
I believe I can save several dollars every month. Now, to figure
Just what are my living expenses.
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Selection of Cold Meats, we can suit you to a Queen's
taste- VVV have Cold Boiled Ham, Bologna Sausage
Boiled Ox Tongue, Dried Beef and German Salomi
Sausage.
You should try our English Cured Breakfast
Bacon, which we slice on our machine for 35 cents per
pound .The Jars cost you 35 cents and you only get
9 ounces, Look at the Saving.
There i nothing Nicer than Sliced Dried Beef;
we slice it Fresh every day. Try Scrambled Eggs and
Sliced Beef or Creamed Sliced Beef.

Some RIew fust Ii
Seeded Raisins, Walnuts, Evaporated Pea Peaches,
ches, Peaches, Prunes, Apricots, Asparagus Tips,
Deviled Crabs, Lobsters, Yellow Split Peas,
Pearl Tapioca, Wheat Farina.
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CHAPTER XXV.
The Train Wrecker.
The train-butcher, entering the Ob Observation
servation Observation Room, found only a loving
couple. He took in at a glance their
desire for solitude. A large part of
his business was the forcing of wares
on people who did not want them.
His voice and his method suggested
the mosquito. Seeing Mallory and
Marjorie mutually absorbed in read reading
ing reading each other's eyes, and evidently
in need of nothing on earth less than
something else to read, the train train-butcher
butcher train-butcher decided that his best plan of
attack was to make himself a nuis nuisance.
ance. nuisance. It is a plan successfully adopt adopted
ed adopted by organ-grinders, street pianists
and other blackmailers under the
guise of art, who have nothing so
welcome to sell as their absence.
Mallory and Marjorie heard the
train-boy's hum, but they tried to ig ignore
nore ignore it.
"Papers, gents and ladles? YesT
No? Paris fashions, lady?"
He shoved a large periodical be between
tween between their very noses, but Marjorie
threw it on the floor, with a bitter
glance at her own borrowed plumage:
"Don't show me any Paris fash fashions
ions fashions 1" Then she gave the boy hia
conge by resuming her chat with Mal Mallory:
lory: Mallory: "How long do we stop at Og Og-den?"
den?" Og-den?" The train-boy went right on auc auctioning
tioning auctioning his papers and magazines,
and poking them into the laps of his
prey. And they went right on talking
to one another and pushing his papers
and magazines to the floor.
"I think I'd better get off atv Og Og-den,
den, Og-den, and take the next train back.
That's just what I'll do. Nothing,
thank you!" this last to the train train-boy.
boy. train-boy. "But you can't leave me like this,"
Mallory urged excitedly, with a side
glance of "No, no!" to the train-boy.
"I can, and I must, and I will," Mar Marjorie
jorie Marjorie insisted. "I'll go pack my things
now."
"Dut, Marjorie, listen to me."
I "Will you let me alone!" This to
the gadfly, but to Mallory a dejected
wail: "I I just remembered. I
haven't anything to pack."
"And you'll have to give back that
waist to Mrs. Temple. You can't get
off at Ogden without a waist."
"I'll go anyway. I want to get
home."
"Marjorie, if you talk that way I'll
throw you off the train!" j
She gasped. He explained: "I 1
wasn't talking to you; I was trying J
to stop this phonograph." Then he
rose, and laid violent hands on the
annoyer, shoved him to the corridor,
Spl7Pd his hiinr?l nf nnnorc from hla
arm, and hurled them at his head.
They fell In a shower about the train train-butcher,
butcher, train-butcher, who could only feel a cer-
tain respect for the one man who had
ever treated him as he knew he de deserved.
served. deserved. He bent to pick up his scat scattered
tered scattered merchandise, and when he had I
gathered his stock together, put his :
head In, and sang out a sincere:
"Excuse me."
But Mallory did not hear him, he
was excitedly trying to calm the ex-1
cited .girl, who, having eloped with
him, was preparing now to elope back
without him.
"Darling, you can't desert me now,"
he pleaded, "and leave mo to go on ;
alone?" j
"V.'ell, why don't you do some-;
thing?" she retorted; in equal des-!
reration. "If I were a man, and 1
had the girl I loved on a train. I'd
get her married if I had to wreck
the she caught her breath, paused
a second in intense thought, and
then, with sudden radiance, cried: ;
"Harry, dear!"
"Yes, love!"
"I have an idea an inspiration!"
"Yes, pet," rather dubiously from
bim, but with absolute exultaticin from
her: "Let's wreck the train!"
"I don't follow you, sweetheart."
"Dont you see?" she began excited excitedly.
ly. excitedly. '"When there are train wrecks a
lot of people get killed, and things.
A minister always turn's up to admin administer
ister administer the last something or other
well"
"Well?"
"Well, stupid, don't you see? We
wreck a train, a minister comes, we
nab him, he marries us, and there
we are! Everything's lovely!"
He gave her one of those looks
with wLich a man usually greets what
a woman calls an inspiration. He did
net bonor her invention with an
alysis. He simply put forward an ob
jection to it, and, man-like, chose the
rt est hateful cf all objections:
"It's a lovely idea, but tl o wreck
would delay us for hours and hours,
and I'd miss my transport
"Harry Mallory, if you mention that
odious transport to ine again, I know
I'll have hydrophobia. I'm going
home."
r?nt rtnrHr'e'" ho nlparfod "von
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go on alone?" She had her answer
glib:
"If you really loved me, you'd
"Oh, I know," he cut In. "You've
said that before. But I'd be court court-martialed,
martialed, court-martialed, rd lose my career."
"What's a career to a man who
truly loves?"
"It's just as much as it Is to any anybody
body anybody else and mere."
She could hardly controvert this
gracefully, so she sank back with
grim resignation. "Well, I've pro proposed
posed proposed my plan, and you don't like it.
Now, suppose you propose something."
The silence was oppressive. They
sat like stoughton bottles. There the
conductor found them some time
later. He gave them a careless look,
selected a chair at the end of the
car, and began to sort his tickets,
spreading them out on another chair,
making notes with the pencil he took
from atop his ear, and shoved back
from time to time.
Ages seemed to pass, and Mallory
had not even a suggestion. By this
time Marjorie's temper had evaporat evaporated,
ed, evaporated, and when he said: "If we could
only stop at some town for half an
hour," she said: "Maybe the conduc conductor
tor conductor would hold the train for us."
"I hardly think he would."
"He looks like an awfully nice man.
You ask him."
"Oh, what's the use?"
Marjorie was getting tired of de depending
pending depending on this charming young man
with the very bad luck. She decided
to assume command herself. She
took recourse naturally to the orig original
inal original feminine methods: 'Til take care
of him," she said, with resolution. "A
woman can get a man to do almost
anything if she flirts a little with
him."
"Marjorie!"
"Now, don't you mind anything I
do. Remember, it's all for love of
you even if I have to kiss him."
"Marjorie, I 'won't permit
"You have no right to boss me
yet. You subside." She gave him the
merest touch, but he fell backward
Into a chair, utterly aghast at the
shameless siren into which despera desperation
tion desperation had altered the timid little thing
he thought he had chosen to love. He
was being rapidly initiated Into the
complex and versatile and fearfully
wonderful thing a woman really is,
and he was saying to himself, "What
have I married?" forgetting, for the
moment, that he had not married her
yet, and that therein lay the whole
trouble.

(Continued Monday)
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Depicting; the Simple and Eloqueat
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five sections. It has eighty-five dou- (
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speak twenty-nine languages. The
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The family within the Pullmans is very
happy and contented, for they have ev every
ery every comfort. And they are domestic.
Like the snail, they carry their house
around with them.
The first section of the train carries
the commissary department. This sec section
tion section leaves town every night for the
next day's stand Just after supper, so
that there may be no delay in getting
breakfast in the morning. A corps of
90 cooks, waiters and kitchen helpers
and 150 horses travel on it. As soon
as they arrive in town they unload the
kitchen and hotel equipment and haul
it to the grounds. The fires are burn burning
ing burning in the hotel ranges by the time
they reach the "lot." Twenty minutes
after, the kitchen and dining room are
erected, coffee is boiling and breakfast
is well under way.
On the second section come the men menagerie
agerie menagerie and horses. The third train
carries the vast equipment of the new
spectacle, "Joan of Arc." On the fourth
section are the fourteen acres of can canvas,
vas, canvas, the hundreds of ring properties,
rigging, poles, seats, shops and the
parade vehicles. The performers, the
business staff and the elephants and
camels come on the last train. By this
time breakfast is ready.
And the, cooks and chefs have had a
big job. But they are used to It. They
know how to handle the three big ban banquets
quets banquets every day, because they .are ar artists.
tists. artists. They have prepared for this one
breakfast 5,000 pancakes, 600 pounds
of pork chops, fifteen bushels of pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, 150 gallons of coffee and many
other things 1n like amounts. As soon
as all this is eaten, they begin prepara preparations
tions preparations for dinner. When dinner is over
there is supper to think about. After
supper the dining room and kitchens
are packed, up. The ranges are folded
into wagons. The dishes are washed
and pigeonholed. The queerest hotel
in the world is whisked away to the
jnext town, where the same program is
repeated.
This is only one of the institutions
found in the city of "Ringlingville."
There is also a postoffice. Mail is re received
ceived received there from every quarter of the
globe. And there Is a dynamo plant,
which furni-rhes power for 6,000 electric
globes, arc lights and beacons. And
there are all kinds of' shops in Ring Ringlingville.
lingville. Ringlingville. You can have a wagon made
and beautifully painted. You can have
a horse shoed. You can get a shave.
You can have a tooth pulled. If you
are not feeling well, there is a doctor
to go to. You can have your shoes
half-soled. You -can have a suit of
clothes made. You can get a Turkish
bath. Then you can go to the library
and read for an hour. All this time
there is a detective fore to protect you
and a lawyer to advise you.
In the zoo there are 1,000 animals.
In the stables there are 650 horses. In
the dressing-rooms there are 375 per performers.
formers. performers. There is no other city like
this one on earth. It wiil annex itself
to Ocala on Tuesday, October 15. The
performance beams with the wonderful
spectacle of "Joan of Arc," with 1.200
s;.e :.1 performers, a ballet of 300 danc-in-j.
.irl-. 00 hor.--s :.nd a trainload of
spe -ial scenery, costumes and prop properties.
erties. properties. Ad.
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The cruiser Iteina Mercedes, a trophy
of the Spanish-American war. captured
v battleship Massachusetts in the
ba;-e "f Santiago, is on
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Newport News to Annapolis, In tow ol
rlie l oil'ers Lebanon and 1'atuxent. to
W.-onie garrison ship for bluejackets at
the Naval Academy. Built In Carta Carta-i;er.T.
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OCAIiA EVESir.G STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1012

I

GIRL SMS FATHER

STARVING BOY FOUND IN CAR

Snake Bites Man and She Sucks
Out Deadly Venom.

James Gilloran, Prisoner 48 Hours,
Chewed Clothes Before Released
in Willis Avenue Yards.

Joseph Eberhardt of San Francisco
Attacked by Reptile While on
Fishing Trip Heroic Treat Treatment
ment Treatment Prevents Death.

Mayfield, Cal. Cutting deep into
the flesh of the leg of her father, after
he had been bitten by a rattlesnake,

New York. Ragged"; dirty and al almost
most almost unconscious from hunger and
thirst, James Gilloran, fifteec years
old, who lives with his parents at 172
Franklin avenue. New Haven, Conn.,
was dragged from a freight car in the
Willis avenue yards of the New York,
New Haven and Hartford railroad. He
had been locked In the car since it
left New Haven, forty-eight hours be before.
fore. before. He was taken to the Children's

WIFE TIES SPOUSE

Helpmeet of Oregor.ian Shows
How It Is Done.

THE ORIENT AND OCCIDENT GO HAND IN HAND

getting down upon her hands and j According to the story he told the

Knees, putting ner lips to the wound3 : police of the Alexander avnue po-

the poisonous reptile, Anita Eberhardt,
twelve years old, sucked the venom
from the wound of Joseph Eberhardt
and saved his life. Then, half carry carrying
ing carrying and half dragging him, she got
him to camp a quarter of a mile away,
where, with difficulty, she placed him
on the back of a saddle horse and
started him to the nearest farmhouse,
eight miles away.

Arriving at the farmhouse, Eber Eberhardt
hardt Eberhardt fell In a dead faint and was
hurried to a hospital Jn Palo Alto.
Eberhardt is a harness maker of
San Francisco, and with his daughter
has been camping at the old Hub Hubbard
bard Hubbard & Carmlchael mill In a remote
section of the San Mateo mountains.
They arrived In this city and rented
a horse that the girl might ride and
that they might pack their camp out outfit
fit outfit to the old mill.
They started on a fishing trip to
Rock creek, three-quarters of a mile
from their tent. Hardly had they
gone a quarter of a mile when Eber Eber-linrdt
linrdt Eber-linrdt was bitten in the calf of the
le? by a big rattler. He killed the
reptile, but soon began to weaken as
'the poison took effect. The girl made
h?m lie down, and, after bandaging
the leg above the fang marks, took
a large knife and made deep Incisions
Into the flesh.
After her father was on his way to
the ranch house the girl set out on
foot to follow and reached the ranch
in the afternoon.
Eberhardt is recovering, but physl physl-clans
clans physl-clans say that had It not been for the
presence of mind of his daughter and
her prompt actions he would have
did In the mountain wilderness. They
said all the poison had been taken
from the man's body by the heroic
treatment of the girl.
This is the second rattlesnake ex experience
perience experience In the family. In 1902, when
they lived In Bisbee, Ariz., Mrs. Eber Eberhardt
hardt Eberhardt was bitten by a rattlesnake.
She received immediate treatment
arid all the poison was drawn from
her system. The fright she experi experienced
enced experienced from her encounter with the
snake, however, r.ffected her bo that
she died In a few weeks.

lice station, in the Bronx, the lad,
although standing well In his class at
school, was seized with wanderlust
and decided to seek a fortune in New
York.
He climbed into a freight car in the
New Haven railroad yards. A short
time after he had hidden himself a
yard man locked the door of the car.
The train had gone several miles

I before the boy realized that he was

(rapped. In a flash his ambitions van vanished
ished vanished and he became homesick and
very badly frightened. He grew hun hungry
gry hungry and thirsty. He baat upon the
door and shrieked for assistance, but
passing trains drowned his crie3. His
hunger became a desperate craving.
He pulled the buttons off his clothes
and gnawed them. He chewed.up hi3
linen. In his madness he tore his
clothes until they were a mass of rags.
James Cullen, a vatchman in the
Willis avenue yards, passing a freight
car, heard a Etrange noise. He opened
the door and dragged the boy out,
more dead than alive. At the police
station the policemen gave him crack crackers
ers crackers and milk.
"You don't need to guard me," he
wailed. "I'll go home all right."

Mrs. Nellie Brewster Arrests Run Runaway
away Runaway and Brings His Waitress
Friend to Prison So She Can
See Him Incarcerated.

PEFJ.S OF THE PLAINS IN

r.CN-ii-R DAYS

R2-LNACTED

ORIENTAL. SPLENDORS

AND SAHARA'S SANDS

i RECALLED

SLAYER IS HUMAN ENIGMA

CURE FOR IDIOCY FAILED

Russian Who Strangled Girl Declares
He Did Nothing Shameful or
Infamous.

London. "Vadim the Vampire"
(Nikolai Ratkewitsch), who has been
sentsnced at St. Petersburg to eight
years' hard labor for strangling a
young girl, whom he calmly sought in
the street after planning his crime,
has proved an insoluble enigma to the
greatest mental experts in Russia.
After studying him for two years
past, says Reuter, they are all at va variance
riance variance as to his degree of responsibil responsibility.
ity. responsibility. When In jail and in the lunatic asy asylum
lum asylum he talked reasonably on all topics
except that of murder, refusing to al allow
low allow that murder was a crime. It was,
he maintained, simply a weakness or
a passion, such as drinking or gam gambling.
bling. gambling. Hi3 letters to his father and moth mother
er mother before the murder breathe affection

Operation of Prof. Payr, Dean of Ger German
man German Hospital, Not the Success It
Was Reported to Be.
Berlin. The cure of an idiot boy
by Professor Payr, the dean of the
surgical faculty of Leipsic university,
was reported in a cable dispatch a
few days aso. Professor Payr, it was
then announced, had transplanted a
portion of the thyroid gland taken
from the child's healthy mother to the
blood vessel of the patient's kidneys.

The child had been born without a
thyroid gland and had consequently
remained mentally undeveloped.
After the operation, eo the report
of the case said, mental regeneration
at once set in, and after a month's
observation the patient was sent
Tiome by the surgeon as thoroughly
sound In mind and body. Unfortu

nately the cure turns out now to
have been only partial, for afterward
a reaction set In.
The engrafted morsel of thyroid
gland only produced Its juices for a
time and then rapidly .deteriorated,
leaving the patient a3 he was before.
Surgical experts have now come to
the conclusion that idiocy can only
be temporarily relieved when the
. thyroid gland is entirely missing.

Portland, Ore. "Here's a man for
whom for two weeks you've had a
warrant for non-support. Put him in
jail," commanded Mrs. Nellie Brew Brewster,
ster, Brewster, marching into the sheriff's office
with her husband, Ben Brewster, in
tow. "I found him mighty quick when
I made up my mind to go. after him
myself."
Brewster was taken to the seventh
floor of the courthouse and locked up.
As soon as she had satisfied herself
that he was safely incarcerated Mrs.
i'rewster turned on her heel and
walked down town again. She went
rlirectly to a restaurant in which is
employed the young woman she

charges with having stolen her hus- j
band's affections.

"Put on your hat and come with

me. I want to show you where r put
your sweetheart," the wife ordered.
The waitress protested, but all In
vain. Mrs. Brewster threatened to
make a scene in the establishment

and the waitress, fearful of losing her j

job, went along.' Up to the court courthouse
house courthouse they traveled and straight to
the seventh floor.

"Look at him. He's there in jail. J
I just brought you up so that you

would know first hand where he was t

and not miss him tonight," Mrs.
Brewster flung in the teeth of her
rival. "He's ruined my life, but he
Is the father of my two babies. You
say he has ruined your life. All right,
you may be fooling me. but I'll take

your word for it. You may go." j
Mrs. Brewster refused the request

of the waitress to be allowed to speak
to the man In the case. She escort escorted
ed escorted her husband's waitress friend to
the door of the courthouse, where they
parted.
"On the way up from the room
where I found them together 'Ben
was smoking a cigarette," said Mrs.
Brewster in county court when her
husband was before Judge Cleeton.
"I ordered him to throw it away, and
he did it after I had told him that he
was breaking the hearts of his father
and mother and that he had no re respect
spect respect for them or for me. I said:
'Ben, maybe this will be the last two
blocks you will ever walk with me In
ycur life, but you're going to respect
me fcr as long as It takes us to walk
it. Throw that cigarette away.""
Judge Cleeton postponed the hear hearing
ing hearing after informing Brewster ihat he
would require him to put up a bond
for $."00 to guarantee the payment of

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Bilalffl Bill's Farewell to tela

and consideration and he described

himself as a lost man, the product of i eisht dollars a week to his wife and

his age. habios. the younger of whom is just
After the murder he wrote to his four mcnths old.
parents as follows: I "You may po back to your mother
"Your ideas of crime are out of fit Umatilla. .There is po necessity
date. I have done nothing shameful j of your staying and adding to your
or infamous. If I were a thief it would expense. Your husband Wos practical practical-be
be practical-be different. It would be absurd to ly pleaded guilty," the judge said to

The

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The Down Town Ticket Office: The Court Pharmacy, Court Square.

be ashamed of me because I am a mur murderer.
derer. murderer. I am not a criminal. I am a

Mrs. Brewster.
"No. sir;. I am going to stay here

murderer by conviction. Only an ig- j and see this thing through. I want
norant jury could find me guilty. Be- j to make sure that it is done right. I
ing Innocent, I will not go to penal ; want to teach him a lesson that he'll
servitude. I will find the means of ; remember for the rest of his life. I
taking my own life." j promised his mother that I would al-
Indifferent to his own comfort, ways do my best to kep him straight,"
Ratkewitsch was generosity itself in j returned the woman,
his relations with the poor creatures j "Get a divorce from him? And
with whom he shared the scant hos- give him a chance to marry that other
pitality of the St. Petersburg night i girl and probably go to the devil en en-shelters,
shelters, en-shelters, i tirely? I should say not," Mrs. Brew-
If he received money from his par-'ster said in answer to a question,
ents he distributed it with an open ', "He can't get. a divorce from me. and
hand, even when he himself had no I won't give him the satisfaction of
overcoat nor a shirt. I getting one from him. Besides, I do
: not believe in divorce."

When rou have a languid, stretchy feeling1, axhey sensations In the
legs, sallow complexion, bad breath, disordered stomach, constipated
bowels and you feel "no account." blue and discouraged. LOOK OUT FOR

FINDS TAPIR IN HEft YARD

You Have the Symptoms and If You Do Not Do Scmctliing
You Will Surely Have the Disease.

EL

IS THE REMEDY YOU NEED.

It acts promptly:

h sicken th ntorriOeh..

It 1 a. medicine of marvelous cower In ridding the svstem of Malarial eerms

the first dose brinjs improvement, a few davs use drives out the disease completely
As a Chill remedv. Herbine is vastly superior to the old style symor. Khich sic

It contains no quinine or poisonous ingredients. Its anti-periodic effect H derived r-urelr frrn Ifrts

which destroy the germs that have found tiieir way into the cystem. anu. tbrnugn the aaurao:e pur purgative
gative purgative effect of the medicine, they arc driven out of the boC?.
In all Malarial disorders the Liver is th stirtlnpr point. It 1? t?rM. ind i rcr-i't th -ytm I I-full
full I-full of bilious Impurities a condition in which the malarial germ thrives. Under the influence of
Herbine the Liver becomes active asraln. the system is cleansed of disease germs, bile and impurities,
the digestion is strengthened and the bowels regulated. When the vital organs are purified and
working freely there can be no Chills, Malaria. Low Spirits or Sallcwaets. The body la lull to over overflowing
flowing overflowing with a fine feeling of vigor, strength and cheerfulness.

"JOKE" WAS ALMOST FATAL

ROMANCE ENDED BY DEATH

American Army Officer KHSed In Plane
Crash Engaged to Georgia
Belle.
Atlanta, Ga. When death beckoned
Lieut. Leighton Hazelhurst recently
while testing an army aeroplane near
Washington it ended a pretty ro romance
mance romance which began when Hazelhurst
first came to Georgia from West
Point. Then the young lieutenant met
a Georgia belle and the acquaintance
ripened into love. Her wealthy
parents, however, objected to her
marrying an army man. The lovers
were not discouraged and three weeks
ago the girl's parents consented to

the engagement, which would have 1

heen announced in a few days.

Animal, Escaped From a Show, la.
'Captured After Bitlr.g Men Man Telephoned to Mother of Broth Broth-Who
Who Broth-Who Are Sent After It. er's Arrest for Murder and
She Swooned.
Dixon, Til. To find a large South
American tapir in your chicken yard Atlantic City, N. J. As the result
among her Plymouth Rocks was the of a practical Jcke played over the
experience of Mrs. Charles Iluggles telephone by her son, Mrs. Yetta Na Na-of
of Na-of No. S10 Highland avenue, when she thanson, 228 North Connecticut ave ave-started
started ave-started out to feed the family hock, nue, fell unconscious. Medical atten atten-Mrs.
Mrs. atten-Mrs. Kuggtes screamed and the entire tion was hurriedly procured, as she
neighborhood was aroused. I was at first thought to be dying from
The animal had been badgered by heart failure, but she was revived,
dogs rnd was in a rage when the j Mrs. Nathanson called up her son,
keepers of the show from which It ; John J. Nathanson, a merchant, to
had escaped arrived.- Some of them ask the cause of the delay of his
were severely bitten before he was ( younger brother, employed by him as
captured. i a driver, in arriving home. Nathan-
The tapir, which cost $1,000, had i son saw an oportunity of perpetrating
broken out of his cage in the animal I a "joke" upon his mother, and pro pro-arena
arena pro-arena of the show. Searchers were i ceeded to tell her that the young man
out thirty-six hours, but could not find j had murdered a man and was arrest arrest-the
the arrest-the animal. He had been feasting on ed, but was interrupted in his blood blood-the
the blood-the surrounding strawberries and had curdling tale by a choking sound, fol fol-destroyed
destroyed fol-destroyed several beds. lowed by the crash of. his mother's

The management promptly paid the body as she fell unconscious,
larce reward offered for his capture, i The fall was also heard by inmates

and the women in the neighborhood of Mrs. Nathanson's home and they
have come out of their storm cellars rushed to her aid.

JAMES P. BALLARD

Price 50c per Bottle.
PROPRIETOR

st. Loris, :o.

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TSotO AnO RrCOMMENDEPoYL
1)HIG(;ST

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lode No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening-, at 7:S0 o'clock in
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford. N. G.
Y". L. Colbert, Secretary. Ad.

CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

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

OCA LA LODGE 0 26, R. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Harr.pton, E. R.
Jose pa Bell. Secretary. Ad.

STo JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

Auto in Race With Stork.
Atlanta. Ga. An automobile ambu ambulance
lance ambulance in a race with the stork ran
down Mrs. J. B. Northcutt and caused
P. U. Miller to forget all about a bag
rntitnlninc fr.GK.QO. -whlrh hp lrrrmpd

.i :.t i. ...t -t v i imder an anaesthetic at a local hos- ture of Frank E. Lynch, a hobo whom

lO liif eiuettiA ii cu iitr lucuru iu iuc j i .
woman's assistance. I Pital wnen doctors were ready to pro- she found peeping in her bedroom

tc,. w .u,o i ceea witn an operation ior internal ; iuuu receimj. -is uui'i

KNIGHTS OF PTTniAS

nd everything is tranquil again.
At 98 Is a Stoic.
Seattle, Wash. Thomas A. Wardall,
9S years of age, refused to be placed

"Peeper" Caught by Girl.
De Deque, Colo. Pearl Hoppel, IS
years old, is a heroine of De Deque as

Ocala Lodge Xo. 1?. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at

I Castle Hall, over Teyser's Carlisle

the result of her single handed cap- F Wetherb:e. c. c.

the occurrence, picked up the money trouble. "I don't need it. I'm still young about to dir-robe when she caught
T, tnnv it tr, thp Third vtinnl enough to stand the operation." the glimpse of a face at the window.

Ti-horo it htpr rpnvrpri hv i brave nonogenarian told the surgeons. She coolly stepped

Miller.

orotr.er;

Cha?. K. Sa e. K.

R S.

Ad.

WOOD3IEN OF TIIC WORLD

l Jit- a.

t

into the next

...v...uw " i l i i. r : ait

nied bv hpr erandchild K,M Himself When Me is 5entencea. ana went out me uatn. uuur. vjuiu6

Miller's quick action saved the life San Luis Obispo. Cal. When a sen- around the house, she found the tramp
of the child, but Mrs. Northcutt was ) tence of twelve years for robbery was still on his knees under the window.

Th PTnhnlanno i imposed on jacK uaroy ai aan l-uis one cuuii'eucu uiui w

crvAlp In 4i fad

,w T-a niM ctoT.Qrt f n,nfl Obispo. Cal.. this week, he slashed i erlng him with the revolver, marched

City a suburb beat the stork to the hIs throat with a clasp knife and died him to the residence of City Marshal
h nital In the court room. Mason, who placed him In Jail.

Fort Kin? Ca:rp, Xo. 14. Woodmen
of the World, will holl their next reg- j
ular meeting- Fr.lay evenin?, Oct. 11. I

at iong-es iia.i. -very men.r .i ;

urzed to be present ar.l visitors al- ;

ways welcome. E. N. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. Sase. Clerk. Ad.

While shopping-, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
rr.or.ey; ji?t want your company. Ad.

LORCTTO (Near Mardaiin) F1A)IIW
Boarding School for Eoys. Conducted by he Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained oa

piivi-M; Tr.rcippfiiav Tnral nr( Social Lines. Healthv Location. Mae

nificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment in Schoolrooms. Dorm Dormitories.
itories. Dormitories. Dining Hall and Recreation Rooms.

Apply for Propectu to the SMer Snjerior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACAHEMV, LORETTO, FLORIDA.



OCAIiA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912

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Below we show the New Models of the Six New Hudson Cars for 1913. These Silent Fours and Sixes, will
Appeal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The cars are now ready for delivery and our Demonstration Cars will be
here in a few days. The prices are all F. 0. B. Detroit, and each car is Fully Equipped with Tops and Top Boots,
Wind Shields, Spedometers, Five Electric Lamps, Electric Self Starters, Demountable Rims. The Motors have all
Working Parts Enclosed and are Absolutely Silent.

r

Are Positively the Handsomest, Most Stylish Best Finished Cars on the Market for the Money. No Better Material,
No Greater Power, Wearing Ability, Sand Pullers and General Purpose Cars on the Market at Any Price. The Six
Cylinder 54's have Two Extra Tires with their other Magnificent e Equipment.
Call at the Garage For Demonstration.
Write Us For Literature and Further Particulars.

New Hudson "37" Torpedo, Five Passenger, Four Cylinders
36x4 inch Wheels, Price $1875.00

"54" Hudson, Torpedo, Five Passenger, Six Cylinders,
36x4 1-2 inch Wheels, Price $2450.00

New Hudson "37" Touring Car, Five Passenger, Four Cylinders,
36x4 inch Wheels, Price S1875.00

New Hudson "37" Roadster, Four Cylinders, 36x4 inch
Wheels, Price $1875.00

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"54" Hudson Touring. Car, Five Passenger
6 Cylinders, 36x4 1-2 inch wheels, Price $2450.00

"54" Hudson Roadster, Six Cylinder, 36x41-2,
Wheels, Price 82450.00

Remember that we have the Largest andHandsomest Fire Proof Garage in the Central Portion of Florida
10.000 Square -Feet of Floor Space, and we Cafe For and Store Cars.
Our Repair Department Is The Best Equipped In The City
With Skilled Workmen Who Know Their Business and the Most Modern Machinery and Tools
A IFull Line of Automobile Sundries of All IK i rids in Stock

aiEes Co

OCALA, FLORIDA

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ocala evexi:g star, Saturday, octobek 3, 1012

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 31.

Ad.

Master Robert Donald
slightly on the sick list.

Wilson is

School boys' shoe. and hose at
Fishers. Ad.

mh. ii:tkh ixgkau

Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store. Ad.

Mr. Clarence Meffert is out again
after a ten days' illness.

Phone 284 for quick prescription aer aer-'
' aer-' Trice. Ad.

Cranberries, IZ cent a quart at the
Carn-Thomas Co. Ad.

Mr. and Mrs. II. C. I'ackham will be
home from New Jersey in a few days.

Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
seeds. Ad.

Mr. T. P. Drake of Yalaha was at the
Ocala House last night.

Dairy and kitchen sale continues at
Fishcl's. Ad.

Mr. "Vm. E. Hough of Dunnellon was
at the Ocala House last night.

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Everything wearable for

lldren at Fish el's. Ad.

school

JudgA-ETellhas Ltaued a license to

MrTl. A. Reynolds a-iid Miss Anna Mc-

V"Donald.

Mr. H. M. Hampton, who ha3 been
ill with lagrippe, is able to be at his
office again.

Mr. George Chambers is quite ill
with fever at the home of his father,
Fire Chief Chambers.

Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.

W. D. Upshaw, the celebrated Geor Georgia
gia Georgia evangelist, is holding a revival in
Dunnellon.

Please remember that you can ob obtain
tain obtain everything you need In the toilet
line at the Court Pharmacy. Ad.

The Star regrets to learn of the se severe
vere severe sickness of Mrs. Pat Randall of
Connor.

Little Charlotte Chazal, who has
been ill for the past two weeks, is
somewhat better today.

Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give
new life. Sold, at Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Fire Chief liamp Chambers is out
again after being confined to his room
for several days with chills and fever.

Miss Minnie Gamsby, who has been
sick for the past two weeks, is slowly
improving.

Don't forget that Norris candy will
win you a home or end a scrap. It Is
always fresh at Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Judge Dell was able to be out this
morning for the first time since his re recent
cent recent sickness.

Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood went to
Connor in their car yesterday and
found the road in very bad condition.

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap

full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold"
only at Gerig's Postoffioe Drugstores.
Ad.

Charlie Rodoff has returned from a
visit to Havana. Charlie likes the big
Cuban city and is thinking of starting
a branch cafe there.

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postoffioe Drugstores.
Ad.

Engineer E. R. Trammell of Sunny Sunny-Jim
Jim Sunny-Jim is on the sick list and Mr. Harry
McDonald is temporarily at the throttle
t No. nil.

The National Hiscuit Company has
a very handsome wagon that delivers
its goods to the different merchants in
Ocala.

Doctors A. L. and L. F. Rlalock have
purchased a 30-horsepower Maxwell
roadster from Mr. Edward Tucker, the
agent for the popular Maxwell cars.

Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Walters will go
to Coleman in a few days to visit
Mrs. Walters' brothers. the Messrs.
Wicker and their families.

Mr. Fate Rodgers. formerly principal
of the Fellowship school, is now at
t.v port of CarraleUe, where he lias a
lucrative g'-vernment position.

Mr. L. W. Tompkins yesterday sold
to Mr. G. M. Sapp of Center Hill, a fine
lay mare, out of the recent shipment
of horses and males which he received.

All our people, particularly the older
residents who have known her twenty
year or nior-, arc saddened today to
learn of the death of Mrs. Julia In Ingram,
gram, Ingram, wife of our esteemed old fellow
citizen, Mr. Peter Ingram.
Mrs. Ingram was down town yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, apparently in her usual health.
She started down town this morning,
from her home out on North Second
street east, but was taken ill and had
to return. She grew worse rapidly
and died about '.:20.
Mrs. Ingram has been a resident of
Ocala for the last twenty-two years.
She with her husband have been among
the oldest and most faithful members
of the Presbyterian churcl.. The fun funeral
eral funeral arrangements are with Mclver &
MacKay, but it is not yet known when
the last services will take place.

fill MIKD l.NDEH Till' f ARi

Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter,
Merris, who have been spending the
summer in the New Kngland states,
have gone to Roston. where they will
spend a week or ten days, going from
there to New York, where they will
see some of the new plays before re returning
turning returning home.

Fatal Accident to Vuudk John Kirby
of Lcvon
Yesterday about noon when John
Kirby. a young boy sixteen years of
age and who lives at Levon. was rid-

ir'- 1 log train which passed his home.

.. miTuipicj lj jump Uii, uui Was
thrown under the wheels and his right
leg crushed from his body about eight
inches below the hip. He was rushed
to the Marion County Hospital, where
all the skill and science of the doc doctors
tors doctors could only prolong his life for a
few short hours, and he died early
this morning from loss of blood. He
will be buried this afternoon from Mc Mclver
lver Mclver & MacKay.s undertaking parlors.
The ceremony will be conducted by
Rev. Bunyan Stephens of the Baptist
church. John Kirby was the son of
Mr. L. J. Kirby, an old resident of this
section, who with his aged wife are
heart broken over the sad fate of their
young son.

Messrs. Carney, Rogers and Bullock,
our representatives in the legislature
are home from Tallahassee. Mr. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock is particularly well pleased over
the fact that he obtained full pay for
the legislative attaches.

Mr. B. II. Norris ("Uncle Pat"), the
veteran and popular salesman at the
Teapot Grocery, left today for a visit
to his daughter, Mrs. Duke Cato, in
Tampa.

Dr. S. H. Blitch and Miss Legie,
with their guests. Mrs. F. E. Crawford
and her handsome little son of Mont Mont-brook,
brook, Mont-brook, were in town in the doctor's
auto today.

Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daughter,
Miss Adele Bittinger, who have been
visiting Mrs. Bittinger's nephews, the
Messrs. Bittinger at Plymouth, Mass.,
for several weeks, are now In Boston,
where they will spend some time. Mrs.
Jake Brown of this city Is also in Boston.

Mr. T. I. Arnold left this afternoon
for Jacksonville, where he will re remain
main remain until he hears from his father,
who Is quite sick In Macon. If his
father does not improve, he will extend
his trip to Macon.

A riderless horse with the saddle
under him came up South Main street
at a full gallop about noon today,
crossed the south side of the square
and went out Exposition street like he
had an important appointment at the
fair grounds.

Mr. Henry Gordon, county
spector, after spending the
home, went out to his camp
miles south of town today,
don says work is progressin
on the Dunnellon road; bad
and other hindrances made it
if it can be finished by Chri

road in in-night
night in-night at
eighteen
Mr. Gor Gor-g
g Gor-g slowly
weather
doubtful
stmas.

Messrs. C. R. Kreger and Arthur
Clark and their families have return returned
ed returned from the lake.

Messrs. Melville Perry and Leroy
Bridges went to Edgar today for a
week end visit at Mr. Perry's home at
that place.

Tex Martin and Ed Davis have a
date with each other to rise early on
the morning of the loth and see the
circus unload.

Silver Springs continues to rise and

is now only a few inches below the
platform in fronfAof the pavilion. The

and every day

tVre are a number caught.

Ihigh water has Vffsed many large

sh to come up the run, a

Mrs. N. Hickman arrived today from
Philadelphia, and will spend the win winter
ter winter with her daughter. Mrs. L. R.
Chazal. The many friends of Misses
Marie and Dorothy Hickman, who
spent last winter in Ocala and were
students at Phi Sigma, will be interest interested
ed interested to know they are attending school
at Columbia. S. C, this winter.

A negro woman ly the name of Ida
Miller died on the northbound Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard train last night just as it reach reached
ed reached Wildwood. She was the wife of a
highly respected colored man in
Gainesville. Her husband phoned to
Mclver fc MacKay, who had charge of
the remains, to prepare the body for
shipment to send it to Gainesville on
the noon train. Stomach trouble caus causing
ing causing acute indigestion was the cause
of her death.

Mrs. G. D. Washburn opened a little
store one block north of the Seaboard
depot this afternoon. She is repre representing
senting representing the Grand Union Tea Co. and
handles all of its goods. At the open opening
ing opening this afternoon she. served hot cof coffee
fee coffee and wafers to the customers that
were present. She has aided quite a
feature to the store by giving Very
pretty prizes with each fifty cent pur purchase.
chase. purchase. She is attending to the store
'nerself.

Mr. Louis S.ivarese was out giving
the football team a few points on the
game yesterday afternoon. The boys
were glad to see him as he did much
to help them to win last year.

A nevel sight and one very seldom
seen in a town as large as Ocala is a
large bee swarm with a large comb
on the limb of a mulberry tree in the
hack yard of Mrs. G. D. Washburn's
home, a block north of the Seaboard
depot. The bees swarmed early in the
season and started the comb before
Mrs. Washburn found them so she let
them stay on the tree. The comb now
weighs over fifteen pounds and ha ha-seven
seven ha-seven thick layers. Mrs. Washburn
will let the bees hatch out next spring
and will then put them in a hive when
they again swarm. In Mrs. Washburn's
back yard there are twenty-two hives
of bees from which she gets a large
amount of honey. Resiles the bees
he has about fifty pure blooded white
Wyandotte -chickens that have taken
three prizes at the Marion County Fair.
The bees in the tree and the chickens
are well worth walking out to see.

Mr. Jako Klein, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting his wif- and little son. Alfred, a:
Akron, Ohio, has returned home. Mrs.
Klein has been quite ill and will not
lie able to return home for some time.
She is with her parents. Mr. Klein
spent a part of his time in New York,
where he bought his fall ar. 1 winter
stock of goods.

Miss Sue Haycraft of Fellowship,
has a position as first assistant teacher

j in the Carrabelle high school, where

s:x teachers are employed. .m:s na na-eraft
eraft na-eraft is another of the Marion county
girls whose services a-- teachers are in
demand as teachers in other counties.

Tiie surveying corps of the Seaboar 1
is running lines from Brook.-ville to
Inverness, with a view to closing the
gap between the Tamp.i North err. at
the former pla- e and the Sei'. ar 1 at
the latter.

Mr. W. C. Moore "went to Tampa
this afternoon, to attend the wedding
tomorrow evening of his sister. Miss
Lottie, to Mr. H. E. Jarvis., of this city.
The young couple will return to Ocala
Monday. Mr. Jarvis is one of the val valued
ued valued employes of the Masters store, and
Miss Moore is well known in Ocala.
where she passed most of her girl girlhood
hood girlhood days.

Mr. Sam Pyles Is suffering from a
severely sprained wrist, which he re received
ceived received a day or two ago when he tried
to carry some carpets upstairs and
they became too heavy and threw him
backwards down the steps.

Mr. Ross Turner had the misfortune
to get some acid In his left eye the
other day while at work at Mr. Trox Trox-ler's.
ler's. Trox-ler's. He has suffered a great deal
and is still worried for fear he will
lose his -sight.

J. M. Thomas, of the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank, Ocala, was here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday on business connected with the
new bank. Inverness Chronicle.

DR. AV. K. LAE

SpeclallHt Eye, Ear, None and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.

SEEDS, XEW CROP

Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.

Terkeween Oil, the great nerve anJ
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. Ad.

OUR PMCIES
What Arc You Paying?

Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
Extract, two 10c bottles for.. 15c
Regular 23c. size for 20c
Large Pail Snowdrift $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift 50c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue lien Matches per pkg 15c
fl Cakes Expost Borax Soap. . .25c
Bilker's or lluyler's Chocolate
per iound 35c
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Van Camp's Bed Kidney Beans
per can ; . 10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
No. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . .10c
Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3 . .

.for

25c

AMUSEMENTS

MAD DIE MICKIIV AT
THE TKllI.K TOMU1IT

The Madame Sherry Company came
in this afternoon from Jacksonville, :
where they presented their popular
play at the Duval yesterday and last
night. The theater was crowded and
the Times-Union says the people were
Immensely pleased with the play.
It is probable that the Temple will
be well filled tonight, as everybody
has been looking forward to this un- j
usually fine play. ;

WILL GIVE AWAY A CJOLD WATCH j

We have article that bolls ruptuv

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cool, delightful. W':.r!i '.v:rr, never
know you are ru; ".-ire I. Nothing like
it Guaranteed. Write f ;.r ir.forrr.a ir.forrr.a-tion.
tion. ir.forrr.a-tion. Don't hesitate. Trice. T'-t. Jo.
Tindall, Macor. Ui. vltdw Ad.

Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee, per iound. .30c
3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 PkRs. Upton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .22c
3 Cansc. (ilold Evajmrated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 25c
15 H Pounds Sugar S.l.OO
14 Pounds Whole Bice $.100
Old Com try Blend Tea, per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil 00c
Bulk Oatmeal per pound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
Cheese, per pound 20c
0 Cans Kaio Syrup 55c
Heinz Vinegar, per gallon 35c
Irish Potatoes, per. peck 30c
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c
12-lb. Sack PiNbury Flour 50c
21-lb. Sack Pil-bury Flour. . .Sl.OO
Half Barrel Pilbury Hour . .S3. 75
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 50c
21 lbs. Henry Clay Flour .....Sl.OO
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ...S1.05
00 lb. Henry Clay Flour . .83.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour 83.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour 87.15
12 lbs. Hoi, White Flour 45c

21 lbs. Rub White Flour S5c

!) lbs. pMb White Flmir 83.35

Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .83.50

The big prize at the Air Dome this
evening will be the gold watch that
will be given as first prize. Two prizes
besides the watch and then some, to
make you laugh. Prizes given before
the show at the Temple starts, so ev everybody
erybody everybody can have a chance at them.
Bring all your tickets. Following is
thQ program:
A Western Courtship.
A Day Off. Comic.
Rock of Ages. One of the most
beautiful pictures ever shown in th,is
city, made by the Vitagraph Co. It is
a beautiful sea story. Every person
in Ocala, especially church members,
should see this picture

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The above named play at the Temple
last night was the best amateur per performance
formance performance that has been seen in Ocala
in many years.
The young performers carried out
their part. most efficiently and inter interestingly.
estingly. interestingly. Not one of them, so far as
the reporter could see, made a bobble,
and most "of them carried off their
parts with a grace and finish. that
would have been a credit to profes professionals.
sionals. professionals. The dance by the young lady per performers,
formers, performers, with which the play opened,
was more pretty and graceful than
any ever seen before on that stage. All
the music was good, and the little spe specialties
cialties specialties were quite fetching.
The audience was large and well
satisfied, and the applause was gener generous
ous generous and frequent.
Great praise is due Mrs. Moorhead
and her assistants, as well as the young
players, for their diligence and in ingenuity
genuity ingenuity in bringing the event to such
a successful conclusion.
The company, at the request of
many Dunnellon people, will go to
that city next Friday, to give a per performance
formance performance at the theater there that
evening. The Star can assure the
Dunnellonites that they will see a
bright and well-acted play.
Following is the cast:
Joyce Dynecourt, Martha Kate Rentz;
Phyllis Seersucker, Annie Moorhead;
Nan Seersucker, Emma Perry; Barbara
Allcash, Mary Harriet Livingston:
Daisy Spellbinder, Hannay Ellis;
Maude Organdie, Blanche Whaley;
Tulu Wetherspoon, Sue Feaster Moore;
Mollie Anthracite. Louise Spencer; Me Me-rope
rope Me-rope Marshmallow, Nan Brooks; Pare Pare-pa
pa Pare-pa Penrose. Elizabeth Davis; Suzanne
Cadet, Mabel Meffert; Psyche Persim Persimmons,
mons, Persimmons, Louise Sanders; Mel'ndy De De-Courcy,
Courcy, De-Courcy, Loureen Spencer; Nora McCar McCarthy.
thy. McCarthy. Annie Pope Eagleton; Madamoi Madamoi-selle
selle Madamoi-selle Jeanne. Gladys Drake; Lord Bla Bla-zonberrie.
zonberrie. Bla-zonberrie. William Mcintosh; Dick
Majendie. Carl Ixden: Geoffrey, Dyne Dyne-court,
court, Dyne-court, John Tarver; Reginald Deleware
Venezuela Van Astorbilt, Gordon Moor Moorhead;
head; Moorhead; Jack Ryder. Claude Hickel;
Chauncey Chetwin. John Batts; Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Joe Borden.
WFATHKIt BF.POKT

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Cloudy, northeast wind.
Minimum temperature. "1 degrees.
Maximum, "" degrees.
Average, 73 degrees.
Rainfall. .17.

W FAT II KB FORECAST

Local rains tonight or Sunday, ex except
cept except fair northwest portion.

LOST ANT) FOFXD

FOUND A small and dainty anklet.
Inquire at this office.
LOST On Lake Weir road, near
Ocala, rubber tire casing and two iron
rims. Finder rewarded by H. C.
Groves, at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
LST A black silk umbrella with
straight handle, sterling silver. Lost
somewhere on the square. Finder leave
same at this office and receive suitable
reward. 10-3-6:

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It will save you the trouble of balancing your
own accounts as well as book-keeping bothers.
Ask the man who patronizes our Bank.

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FOU KENT

FOR RENT A six-room cottage.
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller.
Store for rent, corner of Fort King
avtnue an 1 Magnolia street. Apply to
.L-rry Bv.rnett.
FOR RHNT A tivt-room house with
all mod.-rn eonvrni.-nces. Apply to
Mrs. H. Livingston. VI?, S. r.th St.
FoR SALi: My little pony. ..ugy

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few weeks, mailed free. Moler Bar Barber
ber Barber Coll-ge. Atlanta. Gi.

HEAL ESTATE
R. L. Martin, room ? Merchant's
Mo?k, 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 pur-chase
chase pur-chase s lira 13 be male r.ow, as these
p,-s, within two year-, will be worth
five time- the : rice at which they are
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Barns and Look the Drove
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Respectfully,
TOMPKINS,
Phone 117, OCALA, FLORIDA

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OCAIiA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. 191

SEVEN
FOR SALE
ROOMS FOR RENT

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Will Be Open For Business
MONDAY. OCTOBER 7TH.
Domestic Finish on Collars and Cuffs;
Hand Ironed; Shirts, Flat Work Care Carefully
fully Carefully Ironed, Open Air Drying on fine
Fabrics. : : : : : :
QUICK AUTO DELIVERY
PHONE CONNECTION
Up Town Agency at Guarantee Cloth Cloth-ing
ing Cloth-ing and Shoe Store, where work will be
called for twice daily. ; : : :
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Set with your Initial on same.
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A. Eo EMMETT
THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

Call up Phone 300 and Let

PLUIVIB8N

AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Aa we employ none but expert we are la poaltlon to a-narantee ev ever?
er? ever? pleea of nork we coaatrnei to xland tbe Inspection of the mo:
rlKld Inapertora. It eoata nothing; to icet our figures, and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Glre ua a trial.
M. W. TUCKER

FORT KI.VG BLOCK
LOW MOUND
VIA

RTLHNTIG CO0ST LINE
FROM OCALA
$39.05 New York and Philadelphia, sold daily, limit Oct. 31
$35.05 Baltimore and Washington, sold daily, limit Oct. 31
$47.55 Chicago, Illinois, - gold daily, limit Oct. 31
$62.65 Denver, Colorado, . sold daily, limit Oct. 31
$93.55 California points, - sold daily, limit Oct. 31
Excursion Rales to Various Points Furnished on Application
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
FAST TRAINS STEEL PULMANS DINING CARS
For Reservation or Information, Call on Nearest A. C. L.
Ticket Agent or
Y. R. BEAZLEY. T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
Tampa, Florida.

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Two fine cows for sale, one calf two!

. ana one seven months oil. Address R. JIi- -ppiy io uavis Jjarun.
!R. Emmitt. York. Fla. j ROOMS FOR RENT Three tnfur-
j Fi-R SALE OR LEASE 20 acres of jnhed rooms, first floor. 120 South Or Or-good
good Or-good pine land under cultivation withiane street. 10-3-61
buildings and well. Owner going north. ROOMS FOR RENT I will rent two
; Fred C. Smith, Levon, Fla., Box 59. j or three rooms up-stairs or four rooms
! FTiT T.r" ctc i.r.is:,. -r-. c n a i o wn -5 1 a i rs. either farnlshr r nnfn

J iliac automobile, torpedo model. In
j fine running1 order, with all new tires.
fc- ..... . i fc
The best bargain of the season for
I $800 ca-h. Address. Cadillac, Ocala
j Star.
! FOR SALE A perfectly reliable
family horse, surrey and single buggy.
L. F. Blalock.
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
paying business located on North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. For information call on
or write Mrs. Mary E. Bogie, Admx.,
Law Library building, P, O. Box 2S6,
Ocala, Fla.
FOR SALE The W. E. Fosnot home
property at Eastlake; lake front and
another lot fronting on Lake Weir
80x200 feet. Cheap., Inquire of Mrs.
W. E. Fosnot, Eastlake. Fla, 6-27-6t
AM.L DAYS OF Pit AY Ell
Florida's "Annual Days of Prayer"
for state missions will be observed by
the member? of the Baptist church, the
week beginning Monday. Oct. Tth. The
first meeting will be held at 3:30 in
connection with the Baptist Sewing
Circle.
Program
Monday, 3:30 p. m. Hymn, "Onward,
Christian Soldiers."
Leader, Mrs. Win?.
Prayer.
Scripture, Mark 12:26:33.
Hymn, "Blessed Be the Nam."
Recitation.
Remarks.
Solo Marie Robinson.
Offering for state missions.
Doxology.
Tuesday, 3:30 p. m. Topics: Church
Building. Chipley Memorial.
Leader Mrs. W. D. Richie.
Song-, "We Love Thy Church. Oh
God."
Scripture reading.
Prayer Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Brief talks on need of adequate
buildings.
Solo, "Only Remembered by What I
Have Done" Miss Porter.
Offering' for state missions.
Hymn.
Benediction.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. This meet meeting
ing meeting will be conducted by the men of
the church.
Topic: State Missions; It's Needs and
Opportunities.
Hymn. "King's Business."
Scripture reading.
Prayer for mission work.
Reading, the state president's mes message,
sage, message, "Our Neighbor."
Quartet, by Baracas.
Brief talks.
Hymn, "I Gave My Life for Thee."
Discussion.
Hymn.
Offering for state missions.
Prayer.
Thursday, 3:30 p. m. The regular
meeting of the missionary society will
be held. On account of the absence
of our president, the vice president,
Mrs. Seymour, will preside.
Friday, 3:30 p. m. Rally Day. Y. W.
A.
Leader, Miss Porter, president.
Hymn, "To the Mark."
Scripture reading. John 14:13-14.
Questions and answers on Y. W. A.
Paper, "How We May Interest Young
Women in Missions."
Solo, selected.
Recitation, by Sunbeam.
Song.
Offering for state missions.
Prayer, for Dr. Rogers, secretary
State Mission. Board.
REVIVAL AT Dl'WELLOX
Dunnellon, Oct. 5. Dunnellon is be being
ing being stirred by a great revival at the
Baptist church. The services began
last Sunday morning, conducted by the
widely known layman evangelist and
reformer, William D. Upshaw, editor
of the Golden Age and known because
of his stirring style of speech as the
"Georgia Cyclone." The merchants
agreed Monday to close their doors for
the day services and the public school
has dismissed at 11 o clock, allowing
all the pupils who wished to attend.
Mr. Upshaw'sj inspiring, educational
addresses at the school have had an
awakening effect on pupils and pat patrons
rons patrons concerning; the educational life of
the community.
Many notable conversions have oc occurred
curred occurred during the revival and the
meeting for men only Friday night
was the largest gathering of men ever
seen In Dunnellon. The meeting? will
close with three services Sunday. Our
people are exceedingly anxious for Mr.
Upshaw to remain longer but previous
engagements prevent his doing so.
Dunnellon Is looking up along all
lines which make for the civic, moral
anl spiritual betterment of the peo people.
ple. people. W. D. Edwards.
H. M. Eeatty, Little Rock, Ark., says:
"For the past two years I suffered
with kidney trouble, had severe pains
across my back and over my hips that
almost meant death to me at time;. I
used several well known kidney rem
edies, but go: no relief until I used Fo
lev Kidnev Pills. These I can truth-'
fully say made me a sound and well!
man." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.)
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School boys'
Fishers. Ad
shoes and hose at
F. A. Wootsey, a breakman at Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Texas, says: "I was down
with kidney trouble and rheumatism

so bad I could hardly get up, and had'edies were tried without result, and
backache all the time, and was almost finally we gave him Foley Kidney
tired of living. I sa wan advertisement Pills. In three days he could pas3
of Foley Kidney Pills and after taking some water and on the fifth, no longer
one bottle I was better, and when I needed a catheter. He continued to use
hal taken two more I was thoroughly Foley Kidney Pills until entirely
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad .cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

Dairy and kitchen sale continues at
Fishel's. Ad.
A good remedy for a bad cough is
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It
heals the lungs and quiets Irritation.
Price 23c, 50c. and 51 per bottle. soii

iy all druggists. Ad.

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nished. All modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Connor Smoak, No. 28 Sanchez
street.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; first floor
front, all conveniences, including gas
stove, half block from A. C. I depot.
No. 34 Oklawaha avenue. 9-28-6t
DYNAMITE DISCOVERED
On One of the Street Car Track of
AnjcoBta
Augusta, Ga., Oct 5. A stick of dy dynamite
namite dynamite was found 'on. the car track at
the corner of Fifth and Hale streets
early yesterday morning before the
cars started running.
The street cars are being operated
on all of the city lines and none of
them have had any trouble. The peo people
ple people are not riding vey much yet. al although
though although there was a larger number
riding today than any day previously.
SAVED BY HIS WIFE
She's a wise woman who knows Just
what to do when her husband's life Is
in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Brain Brain-tree,
tree, Brain-tree, Vt.. is of that kind. "She insist insisted
ed insisted on my using Dr. King's New Dis Discovery,"
covery," Discovery," writes Mr. F., "for a dreadful
i cough, when I was so weak my friends
all thought I had only a short time to
live, and it completely cured me."-' A
quick cure for coughs and colds, it's
the most safe and reliable medicine for
many throat and lung troubles grip,
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough,
quinsy, tonsilitis. hemorrhages. A
trial will convince you. 50c and SI.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. (Adv.)
SI LLIVAN FOl D GCIETY
Chatham, Va., Oct. 5. Roy Maxwell
Sullivan of Wauchula, Fla,, was found
guilty here yesterday of first degree
murder for slaying a convict guard
near this place last July when the
guard interfered with his attempt to
escape from a camp where he was
serving a four-ryear sentence for for forgery.
gery. forgery. Sick headache is caused by a disor disordered
dered disordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head headaches
aches headaches will disappear. For sale by all
dealers. (Adv.)
OIL STOVE FOR SALE
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
Star office. Ad.
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of the
stomach are their most common ail ailment.
ment. ailment. To correct this you will find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab Tablets
lets Tablets excellent. They are easy and
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
in effect. Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)
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. Ad.
SAVES LEG OF BOY
"It seemed that my 14-year-old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account
of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad
bruise," wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone,
N. C. "All remedies and doctors' treat treatment
ment treatment failed till we tried Bucklen's Ar Arnica
nica Arnica Salve, and cured him with one
box." Cures burns, boils, skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, piles. 25c. at Tydings & Co. (Ad.)
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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.
Ad.
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the Joints and un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerful,
penetrating and relieving remedy will
be found in BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT.
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c,
50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Ad.
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and 6e treated right.
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton. Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had a
cold, and before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than to pay a five dollar
doctor's bill. Sold by all dealers. (Ad.)
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge. No. 693, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build-
Ing. third floor. Visiting brothers are
Invited to attenl our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
i E. L Stapp. Secretary.
Ad.
J. C. Ray, WInfield. Ala., says: "My
father, T. J. Ray, suffered with kidney
and bladder trouble so bad he had to
j use
a catheter. Various kidney rem-
i Capi. Jim Smoak will run the City
of Ocala to Sunday Bluff again next
Sunday, and the Star advises every-
; body who wants to take a pleasant trip
to a picturesque spot to go with him.
P. S. This isn't an advertisement.
F. U. of A. meets Thursday night

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Florida Aintto Sales Co.

North of Government Building

SMITH'S BARGAINS
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 19.00
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 0.50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only 5.73
I used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.90
1 used Graphophone and S Records, very cheap at 12.8"
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for ..10f
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size. $1.90; for iron bds, $3.3
SMITH'S, Back ol Variety Store

WE WILL MAIL YOU f 1
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tor each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
mail.
Phlla. Smelting & ReFlalas: Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
SC3 Cbeatnnt St Philadelphia, Fa.
TO DEXTISTS
We will buy your Gold Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad.
LAWLESSXESS REIGNS
ALONG THE LINE
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 5. No. 28. Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Railroad, arrived at 1:40 this morn morning
ing morning with, glasses broken In the pas passenger
senger passenger coaches, but mall and Pullman
cars unharmed. The conductor was
pulled off at Lithonia, where the mob
allowed him to get back on the train.
At Deering he was again taken off and
flogged. His face showed bruises and
gashes.
Georgia passenger train No. 28 was
stopped again last night, but not
thrown on the siding. The train was
made up with the express car on the
rear to prevent "cutting." When the
train reached Deering the engineer
was told he could uncouple the engine
and mail car and go on to Augusta,
but none of the rest of the cars could
be moved.
Shooting has ben heard in the di direction
rection direction of Deering, but the crew were
jeered at at Greensboro and the con conductor
ductor conductor hid in one of the cars. At that
point about a dozen shots were fired,
but they were evidently directed into
the air. as no glass was broken and no
one injured. Personal violence was
not tried at Deering, the train being
.simply held up.
Fifteen engine on sidetracks are all
disabled by all the water having been
drawn from the tenders and boilers.
A freight train operated as far as
Camak yesterday afternoon was put
into a siding and the rubber hose pipes
under the cars cut. People along the
Camak and Macon braAch are beginn beginning
ing beginning to urge movement of food sup supplies.
plies. supplies. WILL RE3IOVE
Hall's Texas Wonder Will remove kid
ney and bladder troubles, rheumatism.
gravel, diabetes, neuralgia, weak and
lame backs. One bottle seldom fails to
cure. Write for testimonials. Dr. E.
W. Hall. 2926 Olive street. St- Louis.
Mo. Soli by all dealers. Ad.
Your vacation ;s not complete with
out a kodak. Gerig's Postofflce Drug
stores, agents. Ad.

IS TO EVERY ONE

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 tires and at a
price that reduces j.he upkeep of your
machine by many per cent. Make up
prove It.
Ocala. Flo.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT MARTIN'S
The Ocala News Co., G. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county school books on hand. Ad.
A LOG ON THE TRACK
of the fast express means serious trou trouble
ble trouble ahead If not removed, so does loss
of appetite. It means lack of vitality,
loss of strength and nerve weakness.
If appetite falls, take Electric Bitters
quickly to overcome the cause by
toning up the stomach and curing the
Indigestion. Michael Hesshelmer of
Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three
years, but six bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters put him right on his feet again.
They have helped thousands. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 50 cent sat Tydings &
Co. (Adv.)
CHARCOAL WANTED
Wanted, a carload of chare oaL Ad Address
dress Address W. F. Ballenger, at Yonge's Tin
Shop, Ocala. Ad.
When you have a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure it with as little delay as possible.
Here Is a druggist's cplnlon: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
fifteen years." says Enos Lollar, of
Saratoga, Ind., "and consider It the
best on the market." For sale by all
dealers. (Adv.)
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Derd I nrier Sertloa h of Chapter
4, La mm of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that A. C.
Learsett, purchaser of tax certificate
No. '8. dated the 4th day of July, A.
D. 1S10. has filed sail certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Ii'sue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following:
lowing: following: describe! property situated in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit: S4 of
ne'i sec 2 tp 1 r 22 e. The said land
be'.nz asse!sed at the date of the is issuance
suance issuance of such certificate in the name
of Vtuckey & Tiller Co. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord according
ing according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the
IHh day of November, A. D. 1912
Witness my official cisnature and
-al this the 4th day of October. A. D.
1!12. S. T. Slstrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.



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OCALA
TUESDAY
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SISTIRS BEAUTIFUL
BUTTERFLY ACT
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to Ail SJSftfcV?
P.M. Doors Open I & 7 P. M.
Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running: Water and
Telephone in Each Room. Free Baths.
coolest noons, hi:t ijkds
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Take Street Car at Ur.ion Station and
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rietor and Manager

FORTUNE TO SAVE TREES

Wealthy Californians Are 'Spending
Thousands In Fighting a
New Blight.
San Francisco. A considerable for fortune
tune fortune is being spent by wealthy Cali Californians
fornians Californians in an effort to save groves
on beautiful estates near this city
from a blight that has recently at attacked
tacked attacked most of the trees. Tree sur surgeons
geons surgeons are gathering here from vari various
ous various parts of the country and are
working hard under offers of large
rewards If they can stop the destruc destruction.
tion. destruction. Should they fall, it is probable
that foresters will be brought from
Europe.
The blight Is In the form of a fun fungus
gus fungus known as the volsaria bacteria bacteria-After
After bacteria-After It has taken hold on a tree thou thousands
sands thousands of worms develope. They are
much like the carpenter borer. These
pierce the bark through and through,
and sometimes make large holes.
Their ravages were not detected until
many of the fine shade trees wilted
thte season and were threatened with
quick death. Tree authorities of Stan
ford university were called In
and
found that the hlleht PTtndpd nmnne
luuna xnai me Dligm extenaea among
the estates in beautiful Menlo park.
They also discovered that the disease
was spreading rapidly to the north.
Tha. cfmifm. ..(..iietii .
The Stanford scientists could not
tell the source Of the blight, and then
the surepona from the. nRt wm-a rail.
ine surgeons irom me east were can-
ed in. among them G. H. Bishor. who
waa rolno, ot v,ia
Forestry. The only thing that has
served to help the trees has been to
remove the fungus when found, and
plug the holes made by the borers
with cement. In some instances as
high as $500 has been spent to save a
single tree, and the total expense will
run high into the thousands.
Onp thprvrv fa that thp corm of thp
v- v m I
fungus has been brought In from
Asia, from which many trees have I
,,. i ... I
been Imported to beautify the grounds
Of wealthy men. It is nrobable that!
Investigators will be sent to Japan
and China In an effort to trace the dis
ease.
Pine forests throughout the north northwest
west northwest Pacific coast are also being de devastated.
vastated. devastated. A species of beetle lays its
eggs in the bark of the tree. From
them come grubs that grow inside the
bark and feed on the tree until they
are developed, when they bore out and
become beetles which fly away to de destroy
stroy destroy other trees. Hundreds of in infected
fected infected pines have been cut down and
state and government authorities are
co-operating with lumbermen in an ef effort
fort effort to wipe out the pest.
300 FIRES LAID TO BOY
Fire Bug Syndicate, Police Aver, Is
Composed of Insurance Brokers
and Adjusters.
New York. Isldor Steinrutzer, an
east side youth of diminutive stature,
is under arrest charged by the fire
marshal with being the head of a
widely ramified "firebug syndicate"
and of having started mor than 300
fires in this city in the last f?ve years.
Isidor, when cornered by the marshal
on a fire escape in 118th street, was
smoking a cigarette and watching the
panic and distress caused by a tene tenement
ment tenement house fire, In which the lives
and property of eighty persons were
in danger. He is charged with having
started this fire in conspiracy with
Samuel Gold, in whose flat the fire oc occurred,
curred, occurred, and who is also under arrest.
The firebug syndicate is said to be
composed of a number of east side
fire insurance brokers and adjusters,
a few underworld characters and a
swarm of "runners," whose vocation is
to approach east side tenement dwell dwellers
ers dwellers who are poor and easily tempted
into dishonesty, and whom the "run
ners" persuade to join in a swindle
of the fire Insurance companies by
overinsuring their few pieces of furni furniture
ture furniture and allowing the "operatives" of
the syndicate to set the furniture
afire.
The average price charged for start starting
ing starting a fire is about $25. According to
the fire commissioner, 25 per cent of
the fires in New York city are of the
incendiary origin.
WAS LIKE FLAG OF TRUCE7
Supposed Mad Dog Wags Its Tail at
Policeman in Time to Savs
Its Life.
Kansas City, Io. The timely wag
of his tall saved the life of a Scotch
collie belonging to Rev. Father Sigio Sigio-mund
mund Sigio-mund Pirron, pastor of St. Anthony's
church, Seventh street and Barnett
avenue, Kansas City, Kan.
A call was received at police head headquarters
quarters headquarters that there was a mad dog
at Sixth street and Barrett avenue,
and Patrolman Otis Flora was dis dispatcher
patcher dispatcher with a riot gun to kill it. He
found the dog with Its tongue hang hanging
ing hanging out, hot, lost and excited.
"Here!" called Flora, to get the dog
to turn Its head to give him a better
shot. But the dog advanced in a
friendly manner and wagged his tail.
"That dog's not mad," Flora said,
and let down the hammer of the gun.
"He's only hot and lost,"
Just then some children came along
who said that the dog belonged to
Father Pirron. The policeman led It
home.
Crazed by Moth in Ear.
Lasalle, Colo. Henry Nick, a farm farmer,
er, farmer, was brought Into the office of a
physician and an Investigation dis disclosed
closed disclosed the fact there was a live moth
In his ear. The pain had driven him
frantic and 1. as necessary for three
men to hold aim while the doctor dis distended
tended distended the canal and removed the in insect,
sect, insect, which was still fluttering it?
wings.
Moose meet Thursday evening.

R. E. YOXGE AGAIX IX
TIIE PLUMBING business

R. E. Yonge & Co. are again In the
plumbing business at No. 43 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C Yonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
Jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully' looked after.
Phone 26. Respectfully,
Ad.
R. E. Yongc & Co.
NOTICE
1013 Lleennes Due October First
All state and county licenses are due
and payable on the first day of Octo October.
ber. October. To continue business after that
date without your 1913 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 Eell. County Judge.
W. 1 Colbert. Tax Collector.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of a certain execution is issued
sued issued out of and under the seal of the
circuit court of Marion county on the
14th day of April. 189". in a certain
cause therein latelv nendinsr wherein
(the S. B. Hubbard Company, a corpora-
UorK wa-s Plalntirr and A. Green,
doing business as AV. A. Green & Com-
Ipany, was defendant, I have levied
m.'he..r of Xww ,oiu,
that beini? a legal sales day and the
first Monday in said month, offer for
sale and to the nighest and bet
bidder for cash, at the west door of
the court house in Ocala. Marion eoun-
ty Fiorida. the following described
Jands in Marion county. Florida, to-
wit: Lot numbered five of Miller's sub-
division of section nine, township
twelve south, range twenty-one east,
and also lots numbered twelve and
thirteen of Miller's subdivision of sec section
tion section ten, township twelve south, range
twenty-one east, the same to be sold to
satisfy said execution and cost.
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
H. M. Hampton, Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
To the Sheriff of Marion County, of the
state of Florida:
Ce lt known, that I. H. Clay Craw-
ford, secretary of state of the state of
Florida, do hereby give notice that a
general election will be held in Mar
ion county, state of Florida, on Tues
day next succeeding the first Monday
in November, A. D. 1912, the said
Tuesday being the
Fifth Day of November
For six (6) presidential electors.
For one representative from the
state of Florida at large n the Sixty Sixty-third
third Sixty-third Congress of the United States.
For one representative of the first
congressional district of Florida, In
the Sixty-third Congress of the United
States.
For governor of the state of Florida.
For secretary of state of the state
of Florida.
For attorney general of the state of
Florida.
For comptroller of the state of
Florida.
For treasurer of the state of Florida.
For superintendent of public in instruction
struction instruction of the state of Florida.
For commissioner of agriculture of
the state of Florida.
For one justice of the supreme court
of the state of Florida.
For one railroad commissioner for
the state of Florida.
For two members .of the House of
Representatives of the state of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. For county judge.
For sheriff.
For clerk of the circuit court.
For county assessor of taxes.
For tax collector.
For county treasurer.
For county superintendent of public
instruction.
For county surveyor.
For five county commissioners.
For three members of the county
board of public instruction.
For justice of the peace in and for
the following justice districts, viz:
No.' 1, No. 2, No 3. .No. 4, No. 5, No. 6,
No. 7, No. 8. No. 9, No. 10, No. 11, No.
12, No. 13. No. 14, No. 1 No. 16, No.
17, No. 18. No. 19, No 20. No. 21, No.
22, No. 23, No. 24, No. 23, No. 26. No. 27,
No. 28, No. 29. No. 30. No. 31, No. 32.
For constable in and for the follow following
ing following justice districts, viz:
No. I. No. 2. No 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6,
No. 7. No. S. No. '9, No. 10, No. 11, No.
12, No. 13. No. 14, No. 15, No. 16, No.
17, No. 18. No. 19. No 20. No. 21, No.
22, No. 23. No. 24. No. 25. No. 26. No. 27.
No. 28. No. 29. No. 30. No. 31, No. 32.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my nana ana ainxea
the great seal of the state
of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the capital, this the twen-tv-fourth
day of August,
II. CLAY CRAWFORD.
Secretary of Mate.
!
A. D. 1912.
To
John P. Gallowar, Sherift Marion
County.
NOTICFJ
Of Finnl Settlement and Dlnehargre
Notice is hereby given mat on the
12th day of Febmary, A. D. 1013
the undersiarned will nresent my ac
counts and vouchers to the judge of
probate in and for Marion county.
Florida, at his office in Ocala. and
will make my final settlement and will
appiv for discharge.
This75th day of August. A. D. 1912.
Kate B. Howell,
As Administratrix of Adalade B. Chi Chi-som.
som. Chi-som. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees ani all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Adelaide B.
Chisolm. deceased, to present said
claims duly proved to the undersigned
'vithin one year from the date of the
Mrst publication of this notice, to-wit:
. i ...... T - T T T ... 1 t
f en. i:i. rv tie u. iiunru,
As Administratrix Estate Adelaide
Chisnlm.
Oak. Fla.
B
NOTICE
Notice is hereby
Webb. a. auardian
given that F.
of the estate
J.
of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on
tne
31t day of March, 1913
file wi;h the county judire of Marion
county. Fiorida. his final report an 1
accounts as guardian of the estate of
the sail Caleb H. Heath, a minor, and
apply to said county judffe for ap approval
proval approval th-rc-uf and fur his d:?c'narze as
guardian of sai l estate. F. J. Webb.
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb H.
Heath.
Titusviile, Fla.. August 24, 1912.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT
To W. F. Kelly and Robert Benson,
and all other person interested: No Notice
tice Notice is her-bv Eiven that on Auaust
:T.rd. i:ll. Mrs. T. A. Lamb and T. A.
Lamb, her husband, instituted a suit
at la-.v against W F. Kelly and Robert
P.n-on in his own risrht for the heirs
of E. D. Benson, deceased, by attach attachment
ment attachment in the circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
in an 1 for Marion county, the said
plaintiff claimins as da maces in sail
suit the sum of one hundred, fifteen
and i'.'-'.,u) do'Iar.
Vo i. W. F. Kelly and Robert Benson,
and a!I other persons interested, are
h.-ebv 4S..it to i,a and ar.rar be
fore tr.e -aid court anl defend sail'
act : n :
4th day of November. A. D
at the court hou-e in Ocala.
countv. Florida. or default
mis. i
Marion
will be
tak-n aa:n-t you.
Wjtne-s. s. T. Sistrunk. clerk of
-ail court, and the seal of said court
at the court hou-e in Ocala, Marion
count-'. Florida, this the 23rd day of
Av-'u-t. A. D. I f- 1 2. S. T. Sistrunk.
Ork Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
W. K. Zewadski, Plaintiffs Attorney.

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION' AND

PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE j
UOARDSIAV FAR31ING" AND LIVE
STOCK COM PA NT. j
The undersigned hereby associate
themselves together for tb purpose of
organizing a corporation under the
laws of the state of Florida in relation ;
to corporations for profit and hereby ;
make and publish the following articles
of incorporation and proposed charter.
I. i
The name of the corporation shall
be "Board man Farming and Live
Stock Company" and its principal place i
of business Vhall be at Board man. j
Florida. j
II. I
The general nature of the business J
10 De iransaciea is as ioiiows: i ne
carrying on of a general farming, live
stock and poultry business, the raising
oi xruiis, vegeiaoies ana general urra- j
ing products and dealing generally in ;
such producis. The company shall
have the right to buy and sell such
products, on commission or otherwise,
and shall have the right to engage in
the general merchandise business, and j
shall also have the right to operate ;
machine shops, shops for the repair of :
automobiles and gas engines, and shall
have the right to deal in automobiles, ;
gas engines, motor boats, machinery. ?
farming tools, implements and supplies
and shall have the right to carry on
such other business as may be incident
j to the purposes of this charter and not
Inconsistent with the laws or the state ;
oi f ioriaa.
111.
The amount of capital stock author
ized is the su:n of ten thousand $10,000)
dollars, whicli shall be divided nto
one hundred 100 shares of the pari
value of one hundred 100) dollars'
each, which shall paid into the
company by conveyance to the said
company of lands and personal prop property
erty property the just and true value of which
shall be not less than the amount of
capital stock issued therefor and also
in moneys or services to the company.
IV.
The corporation shall exist for a
term of ninety-nine (99) years.
V.
The business of the company shall
be conducted by a president, a vice
president, a secretary, a treasurer and
a board of three directors. The offices
of secretary and treasurer may be held
by one and the same person. The com company
pany company shall have the right to increase
the number of directors by a unani unanimous
mous unanimous vote of the stockholders. The
business of the company will be con conducted
ducted conducted by W. A. Green, president,
Janie Green, vice president. H. M.
Hampton, secretary and treasurer, and
W. A. Green. Janie Green and H. M.
Hampton, directors, until those elected
at the first election shall be qualified.
The annual meeting of the company
for the purpose of transacting its bus business
iness business and electing directors, shall be
held at the office of the company on
the first Tuesday of November of each
year.
VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation
can at any time subject itself is twenty-five
thousand $25,000) dollars.
VII.
The name and residence of the sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and ihe amount subscribed by
each is as follows:
W. A. Green, Boardman, Florida, 5
shares.
Janie Green, Boardman, Florida, 75
shares.
H. M. Hampton. Ocala, Florida, 5
shares.
In witness whereof the incorpora incorporators
tors incorporators have hereunto set their hands and
affixed their seals this the 24th day of
September, 1912.
V. A. GREEN. (Seal).
JANIE GREEN. (Seal).
H. M. HAMPTON. (Seal).
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me the
undersigned authority. V. A. Green
and Janie Green, to me well known to
be two of the subscribers to the capi capital
tal capital stock of the foregoing articles of
incorporation and proposed charter and
each acknowledged the execution of
the same for the uses and purposes
therein set forth and expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal,
this the 25th day of September. 1912.
(Seal S. H. Gaitskill)
Notarv Tublic). Notary Public
State of Florida at Large.
My commission expires Dec. 15, 1913.
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me the
undersigned authority. If. M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, to me well known to be one of the
subscribers to the capital stock of the
foregoing articles of incorporation and
proposed charter, and he acknowledged
the execution of the same for the uses
and purposes therein set forth and ex expressed.
pressed. expressed. Witness my hand and official seal,
this the 26th day of September. 1912.
E. L Stapp,
Notary Public State of Florida at
Large.
Mv commission expires January
1915.
Nolle of Application for Letter
Patent
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will apply to the governor of
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee,
Florida, on the 30th dav of October,
1912. for 'letters patent int-orporatine
If A RDM AN FARMING AND LIVE
STOCK COMPANY" under the foregoing
articles of incorporation and proposed
charter. W. A. Green.
Janie Green.
H. M. Hampton.
NTOTICfc
Of the Institution of Suit by Attach Attachment
ment Attachment In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion county.
F. E. McClane, riaintiff, vs. J. S. Odel.
Defendant.
To J. S. Odel and all other persons
interested in said action: Notice is
hereby given that on the first day of
July, 1912. the above entitled cause
was instituted by attachment and that
J. P. Galloway as sheriff of Marion
countv, Florida, on the said first day
of July, 1912. levied a writ of attach attachment
ment attachment issued in said cause on said date
on the following property of the de defendant,
fendant, defendant, to-wit: Two pair springs,
one steel folding bed and pad, one din dining
ing dining table, two bureaus, one kitchen
safe, one kitchen table, two iron beds,
one oil stove, four rocking chairs, six
dining chairs, one sideboard, two mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, one ruir, one drusrsfet, two cane
rockers, one box and contents (un (unknown.
known. (unknown. The defendant and all other persons
Interested in said action are required
to appear in said court therein on
Montlav, the 7th day of October, 1012.
This August 5th, I'jI-'.
F E. McClane. Plaintiff.
Joseph Bell. Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
Notice is hereby aiven to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands aeainst the estate of Cora L
Smith, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 27th. 1912 Rena L. Smith,
As Executrix Last Will and Testament
of Cora L. Smith. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
asra'nst the estate of Albert L. Barber.
deceaed. to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
vear from the date of the 3r-t publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 1912. D. A. S:nith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert L
Earbr. DeceaKed.
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 20. 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
Notice is hereby ziven to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, leaatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands azainst the estate of Robert
McDonald, deceased, to present said
claims duly proven to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
Auzust 7th, 1912.
Robert J. McDonald,
s Administrator Estate of Robert D
McDoitaM, Deceased.

AN" ORDINANCE

Confirming the Sale of all the Rights.
Irlvileges and Franchises of the the-.."Citirens'
.."Citirens' the-.."Citirens' Gas, Lig... Heat and
Power Company" to It. S. Hall, and
Granting to the said R. S. Hall and
Such Other Persons as May Become
Interested with Him in Organizing a
Corporation Under the Name of
"Ocala Gas Company" all of the
Rights. Privileges and Franchise
Heretofore Granted by the City of
Ocala to Robert I. Manly and those
Becoming Associated with Him un under
der under the Corporate Name of Citizens
Gas. Light, Heat and Power Com
pany," as Provjded by Ordinance
Adopted by the City Council of the
City of Ocala. June th, 184. and the
Ordinance Extending the Time
Granted to Said Persons. Adopted by
the City Council of the City of Ocala
December 16th. 1908.
Whereas, the city council of the city
of Ocala by ordinance duly passed and
adopted June bth, 1894. granted to
Robert P. Manly and those who might
become associated with him under the
name of the "Citizens' Gas. Light,
iieat and Power Company" the right of
constructing and maintaining a system
cf mains, pipes and all necessary
works and appliances for manufactur manufacturing,
ing, manufacturing, vending and furnishing gas for
illumination and other purposes in the
city of Ocala. for a perod of twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five t25) years from June 3th. 1894, as
appears by the compilation of the or ordinances
dinances ordinances of the said city of Ocala in
effect May 12th. 1910. compiled by
Richard McConathy. on pages 139 et
set., ana
Whereas. The said Robert P. Manly
and others did become associated to together
gether together under the name aforesaid, and
did form and cause to be chartered by
the state of Florida, a corporation by
the said name of "Citizens' Gas. Light.
Heat and Power Company." and
Whereas. The said city council of the
city of Ocala did. by ordinance adopted
Dy it on uecemoer ifcin as ap
pears by the sa,id compilation of said
ordinances on pages 142 et. seq. extend
the time so granted to the said Robert
P. Manly and those who became asso associated
ciated associated with him under the said name
of "Citizens' Gas. Light. Heat and
Power Company" for a period of ten
years from June 5th. 1919, and
Whereas, R. S. Hall has succeeded to
all of the rights, privileges, franchises
and property of the said Citizens' Gas,
Light. Heat and Power Company, and
is actually operating and carrying on
the business lately carried on by said
company, but the said sale, transfer or
assignment of said property, privilege
and franchises has not been ratified by
the city council of the city of Ocala.
and
Whereas, The said R. S. Hall and
others are about to form a corporation
to take over the property and effects,
privileges, franchises and rights. o
held as aforesaid, under the name of
Ocala Gas Company.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED
BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THET
CITY OF OCALA:
Section 1. That the sale, transfer
and assignment of the property and
effects, rights, privileges and fran-
chises of the said Citizens' Gas, Light.
Heat and Power Company to the said
R. S. Hall be and the same is hereby
ratified and confirmed.
Sec. 2. That all of the rights, priv privileges
ileges privileges and franchises granted and giv given
en given by the city of Ocala to the said
Robert P. Manly and those becoming
associated with him In the formation
of said Citizens' Gas. Light, Heat and
Power Company, as aforesaid, as pro provided
vided provided by the ordinances aforesaid, be,
and the same are hereby extended,
granted and given, to the said R. S.
Hall and his associates who may be become
come become intersted with him in the organ organization
ization organization of a corporation under the said
name of Ocala Gas Company, and their
successors and assigns, for the time
an1 fnr th niirnns mentioned In thn
! ordinances so passed and adopted as
j aforesaid.
Sec. 3. The said R. S. Hall, and his
'associates who may become interested
; with him in the organization of the
i said corporation aforesaid, and their
i successors and assigns, be, and they
'are hereby required to carry out and
! perform all of the provisions, of the
I said ordinances aforesaid, and do and
(perform all things required to be done
and performed thereby on the part of
ithe said Robert P. Manly and those
becoming interested with him in the
organization f said Citizens' Gas,
Light, Heat and Power Company, and
j they are hereby made subject to all of
ithe conditions and requirements of the
'said ordinances aforesaid.
Sec. 4. The said company shall be
I required to reimburse the city of Ocala
for the costs and legal advertisements,
i and all, other expenses connected with
ithe pas-sage of this act, before the ap ap-j
j ap-j proval hereof by the mayor.
! Placed on first readins: and referred
to Judiciary committee July 2nd. 1912.
Placed on second reading, read and
adopted by sections August 20th, 1912.
Placed on third and final reading
and adopted by roll call August 20,
1912. R. R. Carroll,
President City Council.
Attest: II. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Approved by me as mayor of Ocala
August 31, 1912. J. D. Robertson.
Mayor of Ocala.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS'
Notice Is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of R. J. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
one year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 21st, 1912. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff and Ex--officio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson. Deceased.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice Is hereby given that the firm
of Hurst & Garner, composed of L.
Hurst and W. I. Garner, doing busi business
ness business in Ocala, Florida, has this day
been dissolved. All Interest of W. I.
Garner In said business has been pur purchased
chased purchased by L Hurst. All accounts In
favor of the firm are payable to L.
Hurst and all accounts against the firm
are assumed by L. Hurst. W. I.. Gar Garner
ner Garner will not be responsible for any in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness Incurred by L. Hurst in
said business.
September 7th. 1912.
Respectfully.
L Hurst.
W. I. Garner.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
Notice Js hereby Riven that on the
26th day of October, A. D. 1912. the
undersigned will apply to the Honora Honorable
ble Honorable W. S. Bullock. jule of the circuit
court of the fifth Judicial circuit of
Florida. In and for Marion county, at
his office in Ocala, Florida, to legalize
the adoption of one T. P. Lloyd Hill, a
minor child of Agnes Hill, by the un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. In the event of the abence of the
said Judge or in the event of other
business of said Judge ehall prevent
the hearing of said application at the
time designated, the same will be
presented as soon thereafter a the
same may be heard. A ernes Lloyd.
This September 21st, 1912.
NOTICE OF IMM.It ATION FOR TAX
Deed Coder Section f Chapter
4S Law of Florida.
Notice is hereby eiven that J. M.
Thomas, purchaser of tax certificates
Nos. 548, .49. :6l. dated the 3rd day
of June. 1907. tax certificate No. 61,
dated June 1st. 1908, tax certificate No.
4!r, dated June 7th, 1909 an l certificate
No. Zzh. Hated June 1st. 1903. has filed
sail certificates in my office, and has
made application for tax deed to if?ue
in accordance with law. Said certifi certificate
cate certificate embrace the following described
property situated In Marion countv,
Florida, to-wit: Ne'i of sw and nei
of neJ. section 26. township 15 south,
ranae 23 ea't, and lots 1. 2. 8. 21, 22.
Hill Farm in sections 10-11. township
15 south, ranae 23 east, anl n U. sec section
tion section CO and se' section 18. township.
15. ranee 24. The said land beinir
assessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificates in the name of V R.
Cox. American Pho. Co., P. T. Ran Randall.
dall. Randall. Randall Tucker. Fnless said
certificates shall be redeemed accord accord-ins
ins accord-ins to law. tax deel will issue thereon
on the 2nd day cf November, A. .D.
1912.
Witness my official denature and
seal this the 21st day of September, A.
D. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.