The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 19.
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Cape May Point, N. J., Oct. 4, 1912.
Editor Star: Some years ago when
the yacht America went to England
and captured the prize which has been
held In this country ever since, the
Uritlsh queen was an interested spec spectator
tator spectator of the race, and when the boats
rounded the lower end of the island
and came into view, an old captain
notified her that the America was first.
She then asked who was second. "Your
Majesty," he replied, "there is no sec second."
ond." second." Xow by the same .token if you want
to know which of the presidential
candidates leads In the race for the
White House In this state, you will be
told that his name Is Wilson, and if
curiosity leads you to ask who is sec second
ond second you will be told that there Is no
second, for it is simply a walk-over
as far as New Jersey is concerned for
Woodrow Wilson. In the late pri primary
mary primary his friend Hughes carried every
county in the state but one, a feat
never accomplished before by any can candidate
didate candidate for office, and a few days ago
we were in Woodatown. Salem county,
when they raised a Wilson and Mar Marshall
shall Marshall banner, the first democratic ban banner
ner banner raised there for thirty years. In
this district the Wilson candidates
polled more than twice the number of
votes of all other candidates combin combined,
ed, combined, and the only campaign committee
doing business and the only banner
raised is that of the Wilson crowd; so
its Wilson first, last and all the time.
The weather Just at present is de decidedly
cidedly decidedly cool and with the thermometer
fooling around 50, bathing suits have
been exchanged for overcoats, but we
won't relegate the former Just yet to
the cedar chest, as we will likely have
a chance to don the same a few times
more before our return to Florida.
The cool weather of tne last few
days does not discourage the hundreds
of fish hawks and gulls, whose feed feeding
ing feeding grounds are the ocean rips direct directly
ly directly In front of our cottage, the said rips
being formed by the Junction of Dela Delaware
ware Delaware Bay with the Atlantic ocean. It
is an interesting sight to watch these
birds as they feed on a passing shoal
of menhaden or bony fish. These fish
are so named for the number of bones
in their make-up; in fact, they are all
bone and oil and are only used for
fertilizer. But the most interesting
feature in connection with these birds.
Is to watch them carry away fish to
feed their young. Ttelr nests are
built in the tops of old dead trees and
are located several miles inland. Now
these birds can only carry the fish In
one certain position. Iney do not
carry them on their backs as a fox
would carry a goose, nor yet as "a dog
carries a bone, or a cat her kittens,
but they hold them in their claws
lengthwise and directly under their
own bodies and always with the fish's
head pointed In the direction in which
they are flying. If they carried, them
in any other fashion the wind would1
get behind the gills and fins and
would retard their progress, but the
strangest thing is to see them get the
fish into the proper position. Of
course when they dive Into the water
they have to catch a hold as best they
can and they usually bring it out by
the head and fly around with it till It
Is dead. They then fly to a great
hlght and drop the fish, but long be before
fore before it reaches the' earth or sea they
have dashed down after It and with a
foot on each side have it clasped in
their claws like the car of a balloon
and have sailed away, often carrying
a fish longer than their own bodies.
II. C. P.

1 if III

Moateaeirro Ilaa Declared War on
Turkey aad Seat Her Troopa
Arrow Ike Frontier
London, Oct. 9. Montenegro has de declared
clared declared war against Turkey and her
army Is advancing into the Ottoman
territory where fighting Is already go
ing on. Other members of the Balkan
league will follow suit. The stock
markets and bourses of Europe have
suffered severe depressions as a re result
sult result of the situation.
All Hae aad Nation Mlanied Prim
itive I J re Depleted V Festival j
Program of World IntereM
After nearly half a century of pub-
lie service, first In the actual scenes
of frontier life In which his dash and i
daring gained him fame and after its
passing depicting the heroic scenes
now relegated to history and collecting
a Congress of Roughriders of the
World, Col. Cody extends his enter entertainment
tainment entertainment by adding Pawnee Bill's Far
East. It Is true that the American In-
dlan's history and origin Is shrouded
In the midst of unrecorded ages, but It
Is a sadly recorded fact that as a race
he was disappearing In as equally a
misty future until Col. Cody decided to
make his personality and character characteristics
istics characteristics known not only to his native
land but to the most distant parts of
Europe. In doing this he has assisted
the historian, the writer, the painter,
the sculptor, the romancer, and the
working people of the world the story
of the conquest of a people in the
white man's absorption of a continent.
In this he has contributed to all the
arts preservative. Were it not for Col.
Cody's repeated tours this would not
have been possible through any other
medium, and for this he will be re remembered.
membered. remembered. Beyond the American Indian, he
made us acquainted with that greatest
of horsemen.' the American cowboy,
and his equine antagonist, the wild
horse of the plains. Extending his
school to cover the horsemen of the
world he has brought to the untravel untravel-ed
ed untravel-ed spectator specimens of every known
race and nation who had special ex experts
perts experts in the line of horsemen, notably
the Russian Cossack, the South Amer American
ican American Gauchos, the Hungarian Chlko,
cavalry of our own and other nations
to add to the Interest of the story of
American life which he produced in
effective dioramlc form. Ad.

to Elect Wilson President?
How deep is your conviction that this government ought to be in new hands, in
clean hands ?
How much are you in favor of a clean slate from Wilson and Marshall clear down
the line to the very smallest offices in your locality?
The Democratic National Committee has every reason to believe that every pro progressive
gressive progressive voter is willing to spend a dollar to elect Wilson and Marshall and their ticket.
And that thousands are anxious to contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund in
amounts of $2, $5, $10 and $20.
To such we make our appeal To such we must look for victory.

Time An Important Factor
This is another case where time is money.
The enemy have their funds supplied instantly by
the Interests.
We have only a few days and contributions to be effec effective
tive effective must be received at once.
There is no question of the money of the People being
able to defeat the money of the Trusts.
Because it is greater even in volume and will be used in
Straightforward telling ways.
But to be effective it must be received and used within
the next few days.
Quick action is absolutely necessary. Let us have your
contribution or the list you make up from your friends and
co-workers today if possible,, tomorrow sure.
How Your Money Will Be Spent
Woodrow Wilson, our standard bearer, has never had
the time or disposition to talk about himself.
He has never used spectacular methods to place himself
in the spotlight.
His greatest work has been done without ostentation, in
the most expeditious, dignified manner.
The great mass of voters do not know what a really
great man Wilson is. They do not know all he has done,
rhey do not understand all the features of his platform.
We must tell them.
To educate this great nation of voters, especially the
clear thinking Independent Democrats, Republicans and
Progressives who choose their leader on his merits, means
the expenditure of a vast amount of money.
We propose to use your dollars in just this way
judiciously, and without a penny frittered away for an un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary item.
We know you have confidence we will do this thingand
Why the Dollar. Counts
In this campaign the issues lie between the forces of
Representative Government and Popular Government.
In Representative Government only a part of the people
have influence those with no political faith, who spend
.fortunes in any direction where their own ends are fur furthered
thered furthered for money.
In Popular Government all the people have influence,
because their executives and legislators do not dare to
thwart the expressed will of the people.
Representative Government, as ever, this year is being
supported by the money of the Interests. It is being spent
lavishly to give the voters a wrong Impression of Wilson.
Popula r Government, this year, to win, must depend on the
truth being told about Wilson. We must publish his record
and platform broadcast so that no one can controvert it.
Your 11, your $2, your $5, your $10 or $20 will count and
nunt to win if SDent in this work.

Has Cut Off Communication Itettveen
Montenegro and Servla With an
Army Corps
Vienna, Oct. 9. Twenty-five thou thousand
sand thousand Austrian soldiers marched yes yesterday
terday yesterday Into Novlbazar, a strip of land
between Montenegro and Servia. This
Is believed to be the first step of actual
Intervention by the powers to prevent
war In the Balkans. Fifty thousand
more troops will arrive before tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night. This will prevent a union
of the Montenegrin and Servian troops.
Klaata and lied Sox In the Fit Cent of
Form and Striving? for the Triumph
of Their Uvea
New York, Oct. 4. The Giants and
the Red Sox met yesterday under a
cloudless sky for the first battle of the
series to determine the baseball cham championship
pionship championship of the world. Grandstand,
bleachers and outfields were packed
with an Immense cheering crowd when
the umpire Called "play ball!"
Forty thousand persons saw a
pitchers' battle, in which Joe Wood, of
Boston, turned back the Giants from
the plate time and again by his clever
box work. The Giants were first to
take the 'lead on sharp hitting by
Doyle and Murray, whose bats helped
in scoring two runs for the Giants in
the third Inning. Tesrau. the Giants'
pitcher, held the Bostons hitless until
the sixth inning, when Speaker's triple
and an Infield out scored the Red Sox's
first run. A succession of sharp hits
by Boston netted three runs in the
seventh inning. The Giants rallied
gamely in the ninth inning, but were
only able to score one run on three
Following are the line-ups:
Boston: Hooper, rf; Yerkes, 2b;
Speaker, cf: Lewis. If: Gardner. 3b;
Stahl, lb; Wagner, ssj Cady, c; Wood.
New York: Devore, If; Doyle, 2b;
Snodgrass, cf; Murray, rf: Merkel. lb;
Heriog, 3b; Myers, c; Fletcher, ss;
Tesrau, p; Crandall, p; McCormack,
One small bottle of Hall's Texas
wonder cures kidney and bladder
trouble, gravel, diabetes, neuralgia,
rheumatism, weak and lame backs in
all ages. Write to Dr. E. W. Hall.
292 Ollvo street. St. Louis. Ma, for
local testimonials. Sold by druggists.
The splash party given by Miss Win Winnie
nie Winnie Albertson at the Stanton wharf on



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last Thursday afternoon and evening,
was a great success and very much
enjoyed by every one present. After
the young people had enjoyed a splash
In the lake, a lovely supper was served
on the wharf, which was greatly en en-Joyed.
Joyed. en-Joyed. During the evening many
amusing games were played, led by
our genial and hospitable friend, Ed Edwin
win Edwin Albertson. At a late hour we took
our departure after expressing our
many thanks to our lovely hostess for
the best time we have had in a long
And Chlnandega, Nlraragnaa CI tie,
Taken by Americana from the
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, Oct. 9.
The American forces lost two ma marines
rines marines and two blue jackets killed in
the attack on Leon and Chinandega,
which were occupied by the rebels.
Fifty rebels were killed and many
wounded. The others have been dis disarmed.
armed. disarmed. Chinandega Is the capital of the de department
partment department of the same name, lying
about 24 miles southwest of Leon.
Both, towns had been in the hands of
insurgents for weeks and the residents
of both places had suffered much dis
According to the advices received
here, a large detachment of marines
and blue jackets under Lieut. Col.
Long proceeded from Corinto to three
points on the National Railroad, Chin Chinandega
andega Chinandega to the northwest, Leon to the
southeast and Chichlgalpa almost mid
way between. Chichlgalpa was the
scene of an engagement Friday, while
the rebels were forced to evacuate the
two other towns the following day.
Details of the fighting have not been
by local applications, as th-y 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 mucous 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 result,
sult, result, 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 la
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
& Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by druggists.
75c Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. (Adv.)
The Ocala New Co.. O. W. Martin,
proprietor, has & large supply of coun county
ty county school books on hand. Ad,

Head a List For the Fund
If you know several Wilson voters, or work in a place
where there are Wilson voters, take up a subscription from
all of them. v
Place vour name and the amount of your subscription at
the top of the list and get the others to join you.
Mention the name of this paper on your list.
Then mail the list and contributions to C R. Crane, Vice
Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Com
mittee, 900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. 111.
This is the most helpful work you, as an individual, can
do for clean government next to casting your ballot foi
Wilson and Marshall on November 5th.
How to Contribute to the Wilson
Campaign Fund
Sign the Coupon in this corner and fill in the amount
you give. Then attach your Money to this Coupon and mail
today to the address given on the Coupon.
Issue all checks, money orders and address all con
trlbutlons to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance
Committee Democratic National Committee, 900 Mich Michigan
igan Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III.
Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your name
as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe
Woodrow Wilson should be elected President of the United
States. In this way you will be listed as a Wilson con contributor.
tributor. contributor. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomelv lithographed,
well worth framing, will be sent to you. Vour letter will
help the fight by encouraging your friends.
Do everything you can to hold up Wilson's hands in his
clean campaign for the people who do the work and fight fighting
ing fighting of the country.

Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
To C R. CRANE. Vsc Chairman Finance Committee,
Th Democratic National Committee, 900 Michigan Arena.
Chicago, illinoU.
As a believer in the progressive ideals of government repre represented
sented represented in the candidacy of Woodrow Wilson for President of the
United States, and to the end that he may take the office free freehanded,
handed, freehanded, tin trammeled, and obligated to none but the people of the
country, I wish to contribute through you the sum of $
toward the expenses of Gov. Wilson's campaign.
R. F. D State

Bleaae la ot Willing to Call Out
Troopa to Shoot Down
the Striker
Augusta. Ga., Oct. 9. Responding to
the telegram of Sheriff Raborn for aid
In handling the strike situation in
Aiken county. Gov. Blease has declin declined
ed declined to issue a military order and says
no cars should be operated. The gov governor's
ernor's governor's telegram to the sheriff says:
"I would suggest to the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent not to attempt to run cars on
this side of the river,- as they do not
carry the necessities of life or United
States mail, until the people quiet
He further says, "the present situa situation
tion situation does not justify me in sending
the militia."
Sheriff Raborn is ordered by the
governor to proceed. to swear warrants
for the arrest of the 600 men in the
North Augusta mob of yesterday.
As to future action, the governor
"If cars do not run, and strikers be begin
gin begin to "injure or destroy property, I
will see that It is protected."
The telegram Is signed 'Cole L.
Blease, Governor of South Carolina."
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 Hessheimer 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.)
Tallahassee. Oct. 8 The state board
of pardons has ordered that the next
regular meeting of the board be held
on Wednesday, November 13, begin beginning
ning beginning at 10 o'clock. No regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the board will be held during
the month of October.
W. A. Rimes, Ruston, La., writes:
"Sometime ago I took Foley Kidney
Pills, and must confess the results
have been marvelous, for I feel like a
new man. I suffered from kidney and
bladder troubles, but Foley Kidney
Pills fixed me. I will recommend them
to all sufferers from kidney trouble."
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Adv.)
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give
new life. Sold at Court Pharmacy. Ad.
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of the
stomach are their most coitmon 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, i Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)

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Looks too Bad to
Wear longer Buy
a New one from us.
Our Full Line has
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Ritt!nger.& Carroll Proprietors.
R. It. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala. I
Fla.. as second class mail matter.
Ortie McManigal will go down in
history as a bigger liar than Harry
Orchard, and almost as big a one as
Titus Oates.
So far, seven Americans have been
killed In Nicaragua. Doubtless, the pop
ulation of the greaser wards in Sheol
has been greatly Increased.
Even his enemies can't deny thMt
Governor Blease shows great sense I

and moderation In dealing with Ink y9terdar, died t her home at South
strike situation. He Isn't as prompfi. k w last Slight.

in me wrong piace as some uuirr
mors, and the Star is almost wining
-. m a t I
to bet that he will be prompt enougn m
the right one.
Let the people of Florida vote on the
Initiative and referendum amendment.
and let them vote It down. Of doubtful
expedience In any community, and un
necessary In all. It would be absolutely
dangerous In a Southern state.
In view of the fact that the Ocala
Star had charge of the Advocate for a
of thr Var Ar thereabouts,
Deriod of three years, or thereabouts,
with what success the neonle of Mar-

Ion are thoroughly familiar, it seems They are short but sturdy and active
rather far-fetched for them of all men. and looked like they meant bus bus-others,
others, bus-others, to tell us how we could have iness. Their section in the car was

been successful In a financial way.
r..nnn 4
Mr. Stafford's failure to lay his fail-
ure, or any part of It, on the Star Is
even less reasonable than his attempt
to lay It on the people of Dunnellon.
The Star has extended to him consider
able help during his Incumbency, but It
has had nothing to do with his man
agement of the paper.
Among the matters to be presented I
to the Board of Trade tonight will be
a suggestion for a letter asking Post-
master Huber to obtain leave from the
department for Sunday mall to be put
In the postofflce lock boxes. The Sun
day measure has been the cause of a
great deal of Inconvenience and, so far
as we know, has been productive of
little good. It may surprise many to
be told so, but the interruption of bus-
Iness Is not Its only or principal evil.
Hundreds of box owners not only want
but need their letters on that day: the!
order has caused great inconvenience
ln many cases and aosolute suffering I
in some. It Is discrimination of the
most rotten description to put up mail I
for the transient guests In the hotels
ard withhold It from the residents. As
far a Ocala. fa concerned. It has saved
some of the clerks some work on Sun-
dav. but they have to make up for most
of It Monday morning when they have
AmiHi ammmt nf mall to handle, and
ln the larirer cities thev have to go to
wnrfc immnrtiatAlv after midnlirht Sun-
day ln brder to distribute the letters
and papers of Sunday In time to begin
on their reeular Monday work. The
fatheaded fool, whoever he is, who in
vented the law was evidently better
qualified to plow with a yoke of oxen
three thousand years ago than keep out
of the way of ordinary street traffic in;
DeLand and Volusia county cannot
pay too much attention to their streets
and roads. Nothing will attract the
tourist and winter visitor today as J
much a good, hard, smooth roads, and I
the emphasis should be on the smooth,
The question of d hard road Is not sol
Important as that of a smooth road,
The' News believes that miles of good
roads is better than blocks of fine I
roads. Vitrified brick, macadam, wood

blocks, are all very well and are ab-lhls

nolutelv necessarv to a large city I
where traffic Is heavy, but In a small J
town, or for a country road, nothing!
Is better than marl and shell, clay, etc. I
The yearly Interest on a brick road 20 I

feet wide. Is about $1,000, without add-land

lne a cent of cost for maintenance. A I
good shell road can be maintained ln I
splendid condition for $200 per mile I
per year, while the Interest at 5 per I
cent on $3,000 first cost Is only $150 I
per year, or $300 per year on a first I
cost of $$,000 per mile. Let's have I
good roads and plenty of 'em, and let
tne otner .zeiiows nave "nne roaas ana i
all the bonds they can noat. ieuma
News. I
All of which might be said with
equal truth of Marlon.
The following from the Pensacola
Journal, regarding the Interstate Fair,
soon to be held In the deep-water city,
will apply equally ana exactly 10 ine
farmers of Marlon county:
Every farmer and even every near
farmer in West Florida and ln the ad-
lacent territory In Alabama should
exhibit something at the coming In
terstate Fair.
The average farmer Is apt to neg
lect to do this, laboring under the
mistaken Impression that If he cannot j
nave a oig exniuu hkiuuiub a irgc

variety of products, he had better notjocala Friday

participate ln .the exposition, inis is
a mistaken idea.
If a farmer has only one superior

product this year he should bring this noon anj was run over ani go serious serious-product
product serious-product to the fair. One farmer may ly hurt that ne ded Friday night in
have brace of excellent geese or tne hospital in Ocala. where he had

ducks, another may excel in corn, a
third may have produced some fine
specimen ot noney. iMone or tnese
cltiiens may have the products to
make up a general farm exhibit, yet

each Individual should enter his pro- pastime, although he had been cau cau-duct
duct cau-duct and thus greatly Increase the tioned about the danger and told to

number of exhibitors.
Some of the most Interesting ex-
hlblts at any fair are made up of
small articles from a large number or
exhibitors. The moral effect Is great
er. that It Is in a department made up
wholly with a few very large ex
hlblts. The greater umber of people
who are Interested ln the fair, the
more successful will the enterprise be,
It Is to be hoped that the large col
lective exhibits from the large farms
will continue to come ln and also that
every farmer ln the district will feel
It to be his privilege and his duty to
contribute to the success of the fair by
making an exhibit of some product,
however small.
rvx-.i innrnvil and endorsement of
Tuberculosis Day. which will be
rved bv the churches of the country
on October 27th, Is expressed by Presl-
dent Taft In a letter to Homer Folks of
New York, president of the National

Association for the Study and Preven-lstar

tion of Tuberculosis, made public to-
President Taft, writing from Bever-
lv says:
v dear Mr. ; Folks; i nave your
letter of September llth. and am very

glad of an opportunity to testify to my


belief In the Importance of your cam-
Dal en of education as to the mean3 or
preventing tuberculosis. You do well
to enlist the active support of the
churches and of all other agencies for
the dissemination of Information cal-
culated to induce everyone to do his or
her part toward the complete eradica
tion of the dread disease. ? I hope ana
ki tin a rrtlhorrnloaig Day' in
. m am nctive of ereat
r"c v v VA,.rt,
- William II. Tart."
From present Indications Tubercu
losis Day will be observed by almost
every religious denomination In the
UnlteJ Slates and not less than 50.000
sermons on tuberculosis will be preach
ed on October 27th, or in the weeks
preceding or following that date.
Th ad news, was received in Ocala
th,3 mornlng that Mrs. F. E. Haskell,
m JL nniH in the Star
-rrp c v Roberts of Mclver & Mac
w.-nt tn the lake this morning to
. hft b d whIch wIU be sent
to Mrs. Haskelrs northern nome to
"' On the northbound Coast Line train
today wl a v-party of Greeks from
Tarpon Springs, on their way to New
York hrxS
for their native land, to fight against
draped with the Greek colors and our
own. They said there would be a
large number along tomorrow.
terms of PEACE
A dispatch from Ouchy purports to
give the terms of the peace treaty
agreed upon by the Italian and Turk-
Ish delegates, which not await ratin-
cation by the two governments, and
ht is expected to lead to an immediate
armistice. They are:
First Absolute sovereignity of Italy
in Libya, without, however, formal
recognition there of Italy by Turkey.
Second The free exercise of relig-
lous authority by the khallff. as in
Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Third Turkey to withdraw her reg-
ular troops from Libya.
Fourth Italy to pay an Indemnity
equivalent to Libya's contribution to
the Ottoman treasury.
Fifth Restitution of the captured

islands by Turkey with safeguards forlsia. Turkey not merely desires to give

the Christian population.
Sixth No indemnity payable by
either side toward the cost of the war.
Seventh Reestablishment of former
diplomatic and commercial relations
between the two nations.
It Is too bad that Rhodes and the
other islands Italy has captured In the
Aegean should go back into the hands
of the Turks. They would be much
better off In the possession of Italy,
which nation could easily hold them
but for the jealousy of the other pow-
He signed the Tayne-Aldrich tariff
bill, and referred, to it as the best
tariff law ever enacted.
He vetoed the farmers free list bill.
the woolens bill, and other bills reduc-
ling excessive tariff duties.
He has failed to take any steps to
lessen the present high cost of living.
He supported Ballinger in his efforts
to turn rich coal deposits In Alaska
over to the Guggenhelms.
He has used federal patronage to
maintain a political machine manip
ulated In his behalf.
He abandoned his official duties to
enter Into an undignified scramble with
predecessor for renomlnation.
He has lost the confidence of his
party and of the people,
He failed to support Dr. Wilye in his
administration of the pure food law.
His trust policy has helped the trusts
brought no relief to the people,
His administration has resulted in
disappointment and failure.
He is a reactionary.
Ex-President Roosevelt, who knows
him best, says of him: "He has proven
faithless to the cause of the American
Levon. Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Lucius have a nermanent boarder at
their house. The young lady put In
her appearance Tuesday morning. Oct.
1st. Both mother and little daughter
are dolntr well.
- -
Mr M. q. Rushton. lumber merchant
of Bradentown. was here Thursday In
the interest of his business
Mr P M. Moseley spent a few hours
in Ocala Thursday. He had a chill
wnlle there and on nls arrival home
took his bed and Is still sick
Little Gladys, the seven-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gauld-
Ing, Is quite sick with fever.
Mr. P. H. Hill of Dade City Is visit
ing Mrs. Hill and the children this
Mr w j prink was a
visitor to
jQhn Klrby. the youngest son of Mr.
land Mrs. L. J. Klrby of Summerfield.
fell trom tne lojr train Friday after
been taken for medical aid. No one on
the train saw the young man fall, and
i it s impossible to ascertain just how
tne accident occurred. H was not
I worktng on tne train, but riding as a
keep off the train. Mr. KIrby's many
friends here and at Summerfield sym
pathize with them in their loss.
Merchants Cafe. A. C I depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
iany .hour. Ad.
A 40-acre farm one and three-quarter
miles from courthouse square, fenced
with field wire fencing; fairly good
I six-room house, large barns and all
I necessary outbuildings; good well of
water; lot of fruit trees; two young
Jhorses, buggy, two-horse wagon, farm
ing Implements, plenty of feed. corn.
I hay, rodder, peanuts, etc. uood ana
healthy location; good soil. For fur-
Ither Information, address box 123;
ob-iocaia, or can at Mar oince. .a.
m" in
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
I flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
office. Ad,
I wnne snopping, stop ana cuoi uu. ai
the Court Pharmacy, we are noi aner
imoney; jusi wm juut v.-umuj. u.
' K. of P. meet Monday evening.


j-rbe Florida Audubon Smletjr Appre-
elate the Action of Judge
Jomeph Hell
The recent action of Judge Jo.eph
Bell of Ocala in fining a negro $100
and costs for violation of the game
law In shooting: quail out of season,
has called forth many expression? of
satisfaction from sportsmen and all
who favor the rigid protection of Bob
Especially does the Florida Audubon
Society, through the medium of the
press, desire to publicly thank Judge
Bell for his timely action. Sjnee its
organization the society has publi-hed
and widely distributed an excellent
leaflet setting forth the great value of
Ln when the law.
L, s t,..i
the quail as an Insect destroyer. We
allow? it to be killed
joy It as a table delicacy, .so that we
feel encouraged to hear of anything
that is done to further its risid pro-
nt nr
lt.V. VVAVJ V V W 4 J V. U. .3 V I
It is to be hoped that other officials
of other counties will follow the ex example
ample example of Judge Bell and so earn the
gratitude of sportsmen and all who
love the cheery Bob White.
kindness and assistance at the time of
W I A. .11 It.. J AA
the death and during the funeral of
my beloved wife. I want to assure
them all that I am most grateful for
their sympathy and assistance and I
will never forget all they d'd for us
during that trying period.
Feter Ingram.
Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits. Long
Coat3 an(1 Sweater Coats, at IT. B.
Masters Co.
Same Old Story of ConceMMlona
Reform that Will Xever le
Carried Out
Constantinople, Oct. 8. The Balkan
situation has been considerably chang-
ea Dy turkeys eieventn-nour surprise
the announcement of her willingness
to grant a greater measure of self-gov
ernment to Rumelia and Macedonia
It Is argued that in introducing in
those provinces reforms elaborated by
representatives of Great Britan, Ger-
many, France, Austria, Italy and Rus
me powers an argument tor bringing
pressure to bear in the Balkan cap-
itais, but probably nas in view the cir-
cumstance mat tne decision is caicu
lated to sow discord among the mem
bers of the Balkan alliance.
All the great powers have announc-
ed their intention of restraining Greece
and the Balkan states from attacking
Turkey at this time.
Great Britain
was the .last to accede to this plan
coming into the agreement yesterday.
Candler, Oct. 8. Mrs. Lew. Cline who
has been visiting Mr and Mrs. C,
Cline, for the past several days, re
turned to her home in Gainesville
Friday afternoon Mr. William Sny
der returned from his annual visit to
his Lafayette, Ind., home.
K. N. DeLong was a business caller
in Jacksonville during the past week
Mrs. W. W. Jones spent Tuesday in
Misses iremere or Uelleview were
seen on our streets Monday afternoon
Messrs. At water and Owens of Pa
latka were in town Saturday after
noon en route for Heather Island to
interview Mr. J. O. Hightower in the
interest of the Wilson Fertilizer Co.
Mr. T. E. Pritchett -of the Osceola
Fertilizer, Co., Jacksonville, spent the
week end at home.
' Sunday morning rally day exercises
were observed in the Presbyterian
Mr. Frank Norton of Boston. Mass
came In on the Monday afternoon train
for his annual visit to his real estate
interests here.
Orange Springs, Oct. 0. Mr. M. C.
Jordan spent Saturday In Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. Coe of Redland, Calif.,
were guests of the Carlton Hou.e j'es j'es-terday.
terday. j'es-terday. Mrs. H. E. Carlton of Arcadia, who
has been visiting her daughter. Mrs.
H. M. Hampton of Ocala. came up Mon Monday
day Monday and spent the day with relatives
Mr. Olaf Waller of Wisconsin is a
homeseeker here this week.
Mrs. C. C. Moore of Waterloo. N. Y.,
is a visitor at the springs. She is de delighted
lighted delighted with Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ford of
Toledo, O., have arrived and will soon
build them a home. At present they
have rooms at the Globe llouse.
Mr. Milton Boyer of Denver, Colo.,
was a homeseeker here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. McComb of Detroit,
were visitors here Saturday and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mrs. Ella Ervin of Ocala was the
guest of relatives here Monday.
Mrs. J. H. LaRue of Fort McCoy
was a visitor here yesterday the guest
of her friend, Mrs. F. II. Pedriok.
Mrs. T. Beech and Mr. J. E. Carr of
Buffalo, N. Y., were visitors here last
week. They were inspecting land.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sutton of Del Delaware
aware Delaware were visitors here yesterday.
Also Mr. N. O. Bennett. They were
looking over their land allotments.
Mrs. Robert Carleton of Jacksonville
is a pleasant visitor here the guest -of
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton.
XTlss Carrie Strauss, who has been
spending some weeks in Jacksonville,
came over for a day or two last week.
She was the guest of Mrs. Frank Ted Ted-rick.
rick. Ted-rick. Messrs. E. M. Tamraz. J. B. Hall and
Abbott Parramore have returned from
a hunting expedition In the big scrub
near Eureka.
Mr. Frank Douglass and Charlie
Parker of Gainesville spent Saturday
and Sunday here.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Kneinrim
and Mr. Robers Wilson have removed
to Alachua county. They hope, how however,
ever, however, to come back to Oransre Springs
to make their permanent home here.
Mr. J. W. Townsend and family left
for their home in Lake Butler last
Thursday. Mr. Townsend'.- new house
is being completed and the family ex expect
pect expect to return to Orange Springs to
spend the summer.
Dr. G. B. Parramore was a visitor to
Ocala yesterday.
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 ha. Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company. Ad.


A leading member of the Christian
church in Ocala furnishes us with the
following: Oct. 15th the national
convention of the Christians will meet
in Louisville, Ky. It is expected that
000 representatives will gather. The
sessions will be held for about ten
days in the great armory auditorium.
The World's Almanac, 1912, gives the
hureh at S343 ministers, 13,923 church
es and i,-tl9.,tt members. (They have
no infant church membership. The
above figures do include more than
1.000.000 people in Northern Europe
and Aa. who tho not affiliated with
the Christian church in America, are
identical In faith In their church rela relation.
tion. relation. Last year they spent more than
8.000.000 in the propagation of the
gospel, and are gaining more rapidly
than any othe- great religious by con
versions. Rev. Coleman 13 Dlanniner to
Belleview, Oct. 8. Miss Callie Rick-
ards came down fronnCItra Thursday
afternoon and visited with her friends
until Sunday, when she returned to
her school duties at Citra.
Mr. John L. Carney and Mr. W. B.
Gray of the Carney Investment Com
pany of Tampa and North Lake Weir,
spent several hours In town last Fri
day arternoon. Their picking season
has not yet begun but It Is understood
that they will sta,rt about the 14th.
While here Messrs. Carney -and Gray
engaged Mr. Jimmy Shedd to go to the
island and take charge of some build
ing operations.
Miss Ella Lyles returned to Belleview
last Saturday after an absence of sev
eral months.
Mr. John H. Ashworth has returned
from a visit to his friends in Ten
Little Vivien Connor is seriously sick
at the home of her parents. Prof, and
Mrs. A. B. Connor. It Is hoped that
under the skillful care of Dr. Slaughter
and with faithful nursing that she
will soon regain her wonted strength
Miss Louise Albertson went to Cand-
ler to visit her folks at the close of
school and will return next Wednes
Mr. Chas. T. Fletcher, who Journeyed
here from far oft California last spring,
has again taken the California fever
and will leave us In a few days bound
for that state.
Regular services were conducted at
the Methodist Episcopal church Sun
day by Rev. C. W. Lane.
Messrs. George Proctor, Will Adams
Fred Brown and Mr. Maier returned
from Heather Island last Saturday aft
ernoon, where they had been working
on the Hightower buildings. On ac
count of the copious rains and extreme
wetness they have all become expert
; Berlin, Fla., Oct. 8. 1912.
There will be a meeting of the Boys'
Corn Club In Ocala Saturday, October
19th, at 10 o'clock a. m. I hope every
boy between the age of 10 and 18
years -will be in"aUendarfce, and We es especially
pecially especially invite the boys' fathers and
brothers to meet with us. We will
have several speakers to address the
boys. Among them will be Professor
J. J. Vernon of Gainesville, who Is at
the head of the Boys' Corn Club of the
state. Hoping to have a large attend attendance,
ance, attendance, I am Yours very truly,
S. J. McCully, County Agent.
Dallas. Oct. Little Miss Beth
Groff celebrated her fourth birthday
on the 8th by entertaining a few lit little
tle little friends fromfOxford.
Mrs 7. C. ySmTth. who "lives on the
Branch place, has been sick.
Judging from a little conversation
overheard. Merchant Hough thinks
some 'other boys should profit by the
recent sad accident which happened
near Levon. and in which, from a care careless
less careless jumping on and off the train, a
boy finally lost his life.
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Silver-,
old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
Pbila. Smelting A IteFlnlng Company
SOS Chest ant St Philadelphia, Pa.
We will buy your Gold Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad.
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
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 $1.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. (Adv.)
The union held its Harvest Home at
the church Sept. 26.
The president being- absent on ac account
count account of sickness, the vice president,
Mrs. Sigmon, presided. After devotions
the minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
Three bills approved and ordered
Treasurer's report for the year was
then read.
The roll call sheet revealed the fact
that we have one member who has not
missed a meeting for two years and
one who has attended every meeting
this year.
The yearly reports of "seven super superintendents
intendents superintendents were read and we all agree
that we nave had a very successful
year's work.
Next meeting will be Thursday. Oct.
10, when election of officers will take
place. Mrs. S. A. Buckley, Sec'y.
For sore throat, swollen tonsils,
pimples on the tongue, gargle the
throat or rinse the mouth with DAR DARBY'S
in a little water. It will quickly restore
normal conditions. Batne the skin with
it to reduce swellings, cure insect bite3
or stings, wash out ragged wounds,
old sores or barbed wire cuts. It dis disinfects
infects disinfects the wound and heals the flesh.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
druggist. (Adv.)
The market formerly known as the
Ollle Mordls' Is now open. Will keep on
band a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.


Toaealag Tribute to Comrade Martla
Read by Comrade McGaaagla
aad Graham
Marion Camp No. 36. r. C. V, met
October 8th. Vice Commander W. E.
McGahagln, presiding.
After prayer by General Long the
following members answered to roll
call: Alfred Ayer. J. L. Beck. Dr. M. a
W. Christian. I. J. Fort. if Graham.
H. W. Long. II. N. Knoblock, W. KI1 KI1-patrick,
patrick, KI1-patrick, W. E. McGahagin, S. J. Mc Mc-Ateer,
Ateer, Mc-Ateer, E. W. McDonald. C. C. Priest. L
P. Stevens. Joe Shuford, H. R. Shaw,
M. Atkinson, A. Mcintosh, Frank Har
ris. D. Williams.
Minutes of September meeting read
and adopted.
Comrades Henry. McGahagin and
Graham submitted a memorial to our
late comrade, it C. Martin, which was
adopted, and a resolution Instructing
the adjutant to enter the same on his
minutes, and have same published ln
the papers, and a page of the minute
hook In sen bed to his memory.
Harmon Caarle Martla
Comrade Harmon Charles Martin
was born In Nassau countr. Florida.
on May 7th. 1842. He went with his
parents, Emanuel H. Martin and wife,
to Marion county in early childhood. At
the age of ten years he went to Texas
to live with relatives in that state.
When of a suitable age he entered
Bayler University at Independence.
While a student at the university,
early in 1861, he volunteered to Join
Captain Roberts' company of cavalry
of Colonel John B. Hood's regiment,
but was refused enlistment by the re
cruiting officer on account of his
youthful appearance and size, and told
to "go home to his mother." Persist Persisting
ing Persisting In his efforts, he was finally ac
cepted, and served In that command
until in 1863. Desiring more active
service, he was, at his request, together
with others, transferred to Company I
of the Fifth Texas Infantry of General
John B. Hood's brigade, serving ln the
army of northern Virginia to replete
Its shattered ranks. To say that he
did his duty bravely and well as a sol soldier
dier soldier of that brigade In its heroic ser service
vice service is a sufficient war record for any
He was disabled in the battle of
Gettysburg, and taken prisoner on July
3, 1863, and was confined in the fed federal
eral federal military prison at Fort Delaware,
Here he endured all the hardships and
sufferings of that noted prison until
the close of the war. While a prisoner
he was detailed as nurse In the hospi hospital,
tal, hospital, where he faithfully and tenderly
ministered to his sick and dying com comrades.
rades. comrades. He contracted Uiat. terrible
scourge of the prison, which decimat decimated
ed decimated the number of prisoners, and was
left for a time as dead, but recovered,
bearing the marks of the disease all
his. life. T
. He returned to Alachua county "on
his release from prison. In 1867,' at
what is known as Island Grove, he was
married to Miss Elizabeth J. Carlton.
A year or two later he moved to Fort
McCoy, where he resided until his
death, on August 25th, 1912. He taught
school in Marion and Alachua counties
for a number of years, and after the
carpet-bagger administration was ov overthrown
erthrown overthrown he was elected county super superintendent
intendent superintendent of public Instruction, and
served acceptably for one term. He
was ordained a Baptist minister ln
1884, and served for twenty-seven years
as pastor of some twenty churches at
different times In Marion and adjoin adjoining
ing adjoining counties. He was the father of
five sons and five daughters, eight of
whom, with his wife, survive him.
Comrade Martin was never recon reconstructed
structed reconstructed but always believed in the
Justice of the cause for- which he
fought and suffered so much, and only
accepted submissively to God's will Its
' Thus another of our tried and true
comrades has answered the last Toll
call of the Great Captain, and has
been promoted to higher rank of bless blessedness
edness blessedness in his service after a life spent
in faithful, steadfast devotion to duty.
We, as his comrades, are called upon
to record our sorrow over "one more
broken link" that bound us together,
and to express to his family our testi testimony
mony testimony to his devotion to every duty
allotted to him in life, our respect and
love for him and our sympathy in their
breavement and to commend to those
who bear his name his good example.
Respectfully submitted,
Hugh W. Henry,
W. E. McGahagin.
L. M. Graham, Committee.
Comrade Long gave the camp some
valuable Information in regard to the
woman's monument.
The following comrades were ap appointed
pointed appointed as delegates to the Lake City
re-union: Alfred Ayer, W. E. McGaha McGahagin,
gin, McGahagin, H. N. Knoblock, C. C. Priest, M.
Atkinson, L. M. Graham, S. J. McAteer,
E. W. McDonald. J. L. Beck. A. Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, Frank Harris and H. W. Henry.
Comrade Harris stated to the camp
that Dickison Chapter U. D. C, of
Ocala had a very delightful celebra celebration
tion celebration of "Marianna Day," on September
27th, at the residence of Mrs. G. S.
Scott, and a number of veterans were
in attendance: that a very beautiful
program was rendered and a number
of pretty and patriotic addresses were
On motion of Comrade Henry the
adjutant was requested to obtain a
copy of the proceedings as printed In
the Ocala Banner and preserve the
same In the archives of Marlon Camp.
No further business the meeting ad adjourned.
journed. adjourned. Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
Editor Star: There comes to the
Emerson school. Ocala. to commence
the winter term, about October 1st,
Miss Lucy Uhl, of ?t. Paul. Minnesota
She is a prominent WVC. T. U. work worker
er worker and. I think, lecturer for that divis division
ion division of Christian work, but this Is her
first experience in the south, or as a
teacher in a school for colored young
I have had some acquaintance thru
correspondence with Miss Uhl, and as
she asked for Information, tried to ex explain
plain explain some of the problems before her
in this work of the Emerson school
I have also told her that my under understanding
standing understanding Is that Ocala Is a wider, more
Christian, ln this way. place than some
others she could have gone to for such
an unpopular division of teaching.
Will you please. If the opportunity
comes, be kind to her, not only for her
sake but that of her mother In Minne Minnesota,
sota, Minnesota, who felt reluctant to have Miss
Uhl come so far away from home.
Sincerely, la His service,
Grace A. Townsend,
State C. E. Secretary.
Five or six doses of 666 will break
any case of Chills and Fever; It acts on
the liver better than Calomel, and does
not gripe or sicken. Price 25c Ad.

The Monroe and Chacibliss Dand was not
organized as a temperay hstitulion.
II is here io slay.
There arc fifteen years continuous, faithful
srnke to Marion and adjoining counties back
of this assertion.
It takes courage to start a banking business
in the face of hard tines, crop failures and ad adverse
verse adverse business conditions such as existed back
in 1897.
Bui that was when the Munroe & Chambiiss
. 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
Ocala, Florida

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Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
Jacksonville, Florida
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
U'xmR With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WI'jSQN, Proprietor and Manager


Y'The Motorcycle with a Thousand Speeds!"
This is how 'an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. The
Indian's "flexibility" of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch
This device muUm tii Indian M.l.f 1:.

peed from 4 to 60 miles an hour by merely moving
the clutch lever the right degree. By this action the
clutch can be -slipped and the machine driven at
the speed best suited to the moment.
In other words, the Variable Speed and Free Engine
Clutch is the means by which the motor power is fed
to the machine at the will of the rider.
This ; feature and magneto supplied without extra
charge on all 1912 Model Indians.

Ask for a free demonstration.

Distributor for Marion County
naekaeae aad Kidney Aeae are Unally
laiteparable Some Ocala People
Are Learafajr. How to Get
Rid of Doth
Does your back ever ache?
Feel lame, weak ko sore you van
lardly work?
Are you making the common mis mis-.ake
.ake mis-.ake Waiting for It to pass away?
To cure the baclcache you must cure
the kidneys.
The pain may cease, but la sure te
You may feel tired and worn-out all
the time.
Urinary troubles may annoy yoj,
leadaches and dizziness.
Make up your mind your kidneys
.eed attention.
Begin taking Doan's Kidney rills at
Doan's have strengthened thousands
f sick, weakened kidneys.
Have driven out kidney backaches
for good.
No Ocala reader can doubt the fol following
lowing following statement.
It's from a resident of this locality.
R. C. Loverldge, 225 X. Magnolia St..
Ocala, Fla.. says: "I have taken Doan's
Kidney Pills for kidney and bladder
trouble and have found them to be a
reliable medicine. I do not hesitate to
recommend this preparation and advise
Its use In cases of kidney complaint
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Adv.
This is the season when you thould
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. puy -upholstering
' and coveting department
can do any work that may be needed

'Count the Indians
On the Road I

4 H.P. SiajU CjIumUt -' $200
7 HJ Tiria Cylutdtf $253
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.
The Ocala Lodge, No. 6S9, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S o'clock ln the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers are
Invited to attenl our meetings.
- Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
K. L. fitapp. Secretary. Ad.
Man It4na;at a Hot He of Doriaoa'a Liver
Tone, Taea Took It Hark aad Ak Ak-ed
ed Ak-ed for III Moaey aad (imt It
A man recently tried out the guar
antee which the Court Pharmacy gives
with every bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone. He bought a bottle and then
went back to the drugstore and ssld
the medicine hadn't helped him.
This druggist Jut reached into his
cash register and took out a half dol dollar,
lar, dollar, the price of the bottle of Liver
Tone, and handed it back to the gen gentleman.
tleman. gentleman. But he didn't take the money.
He owned up that he was just trying
the guarantee and. as a matter of fact,
he had found Dodson's Liver Tone the
best remedy for constipation and bil biliousness
iousness biliousness he had ever tried. "Why,", he
said, "ray wife wouldn't be without a
bottle in the house for anything. It's
the best thing In fhe world for the
whole family, and the medicine that
I prefer to take or to give to my child children
ren children for a lazy liver.
The Court Pharmacy sells Dodson's
Liver Tone and guarantees It t start
the liver without violence. It fs taking
the place of calomel everywhere. If
you buy a bottle and don't find this
pleasant-tasting, vegetable liquid, the
best thing to start a lazy liver, your
money will be handed back with a
smile. Ad.
Wanted, a carload of charcoal. Ad Address
dress Address W. F. Ballenger, at Yonge's Tin
Shop, Ocala.Ad. -
F. U. of A. meets tomorrow night



"I Wffl 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.

mis nanci-io-moum existence is muca ui a riajw iui -w
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.

(0) wif, WMtt Ym
aire (Gofinug to
Suave Id ILTunmcellTio

With our Up-to-date SLICING MACHINE and our
Selection of Cold Meats, we can niit you to a Queen's
taste- V have Cold Boiled Ham, Bologna Sausage
Boiled Ox Tongue, Dried Beef and German Salomi
You should try our English Cured Breakfast
Bacon, which we slice on our machine for 35 cents per
pound The Jars cost you 35 cent and you only get
0 ounce Look at the Saving.
There U nothing Nicer than Sliced Dried Beef;
we slice it Fresh every day. Try Scrambled Eggs and
Sliced Beef or Creamed Sliced Beef.

M! New Gmis jinst Ii

Seeded Raisins, Walnuts, Evaporated Pea Peaches,
ches, Peaches, Prunes, Apricots, Asparagus Tips,
Deviled Crabs, Lobsters, Yellow Split Peas,
Pearl Tapioca, Wheat Farina.

I. topffli (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and $4.


Mr. E. H. Mote of Leesburg was In
the city today.



shoes and hose at

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Duval are ex expected,
pected, expected, home tomorrow or next day.

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

Dairy and kitchen sale continues at
FisheVs. Ad.

Dr. Eurgin and Mr. Grant of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh were in town today.

Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Ad.

Dr. H. W. Henry and Mrs. Henry of

Oklawaha were In town today.

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

Dairy and kitchen sale continues at
FisheVs. Ad.

Mrs. W. T. Cole Is home from a
pleasant summer visit to South Caro


Your vacation is not complete with

out a kodak. Gerig's Postofflce Drug

stores, agents. Ad.

Work has begun on laying the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk along the south side of Frank's

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

The Marion County Medical Society

meets in Dr. Smith's office tomorrow

Don't forget that Norris candy will
win you a home or end a scrap. It is

always fresh at Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters have gone

to Coleman, where they will visit Mrs.
Walters' parents for a week.

Mr. George Stein arrived in Ocala

yesterday afternoon to make his daugh

ter, Mrs. P. J. Theus a visit.



Mr. and Jlrte. JE. C. Chambliss are in

California, swinging, around the circle

their way home.

Mr. S. F. Rou of Lowell was in town

today and left a Wilson and Marshall
dollar with the Star.

Mr. D. E. Jones, a good democrat of

Williston, handed the Star a Wilson and

Marshall dollar yesterday.

Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing

and comforting as an ocean breeze, at

Gerig's Postoflce Drugstores. Ad.

Mr. S. J. McCully of Berlin was in
town yesterday and paid the Star a
pleasant call. Read his notice to boys'
corn clubs elsewhere.

Mr. I S. Light of Reddick was in
the city yesterday. He says the aver average
age average Reddick resident has the best
neighbors in the world.

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

Mr. Chas. R. Tydings, who returned
from the north last night, was kept
busy shaking hands with hij friends
today. lie and Mrs. Tydings greatly
enjoyed their trip.

Mr. C. J. Phillips has gone to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where he is engaging in the
furniture business. Mr. Phillips will
not move his family to Jacksonville
in the near future. If at all.

Mrs. T. H. Wallis and little daughter
Nell left last night over the Seaboard
for New York, where they will spend
some time with Mrs. Wallis' brother.
They will make the trip by rail.

Mrs. Kate Pondexter and daughter,
Mrs. Binn, with the latter's children,
are stopping with Mrs. R. L. Martin at
Oklawaha. The family are from Nash Nashville
ville Nashville and Mrs. Pondexter Is a sister of
Mrs. E. L. Carney.

Capt. R. A. Alfred of Port Inglis was

in the city today"oh his way for a
business visit to Chattanooga. He
says there are threXbig ships In the
pool off Port InglK taking on cargoes
of 4000 or 5000 tons of phosphate each.


All If Member Well Wlihtra

Should fee Preweat If Pmuklble
This Evealas;
The Ocala Board of Trade will .meet

at Its headquarters at 8 o'clock this
evening. All members not unavoidably

detained should be present. Many mat matters
ters matters of vital importance to our city
will be up for consideration, and the
meeting will be interesting as well as
Several prominent citizens of Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg will be present to compare notes
with our people and concert plans for
the benefit of btoth towns. Reports of
work under way will be read and sug suggestions
gestions suggestions made for the future. Let ev every
ery every member be present if It is possible
for him to go.


According to the returns received by
Maurice Strauss this afternoon, the sec

ond game of the world's series resulted
as follows:

Batteries: New York, Mathewson and
Myers; Boston, Collins and Carrigan.
First New York, 0; Boston. 3.
Second New York, 1; Boston, 0.
Third New York, 0; Boston, 0.
Fourth New York, 1; Boston, 0.
Fifth New York, 0; Boston, 1.
Sixth New York, 0; Boston, 0.
Seventh New York, 0; Boston. 0.
Eighth New York, 3; Boston, 1.
Ninth New York. 0; Boston, 0.
Tenth New York, 1; Boston, 1.
Game called In eleventh owing to

darkness. Score, 6 to 6.


The first meeting for th winter sea

son of this very delightful organiza organization
tion organization was held at ten o'clock this morn-y
ing. There was a large and enthus
iastic attendance. The time was ocl
cupied in organization and arranging
plans for the winter. The year book
for the musicale will be ready in a

short time and promises to be most in interesting.
teresting. interesting. The general outline consists
of a study of the works of the modern
composers, the song cycle and an op operatic
eratic operatic authology. The chorus will at
once begin the study of a Japanese

cantata, which is delicate and most at

tractive In style. The officers and

members are very much encouraged by
the Interest generally shown.




Tonight Is children's night at the

Air Dome. The first prize will be a

big dolL There will be lots of comic
prizes so that everybody can have a
good laugh. The pictures tonight are

fine ones, two of them being especial especially
ly especially for the children.
A Child's Remorse. Featuring the
Biograph children in a beautiful sea
stcry. Some grand ocean views are
The Little Deputy. Featuring the S,
and A. children in a thrilling western
The Trials of a Playwright. A fine
comic in which a man has trouble with
his mother-in-law.
Gold watch given Saturday night.
Prizes for the children again tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night, and two pictures run for
them especially. One of Whlttier's
poems reproduced.


Tickets for 'Alma, Where do You

Live?" went on sale at the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy this morning. The prices are

$1.50 straight for orchestra and par parquet
quet parquet and $1 and 75 cents for the gal


Its a high-priced show, but It Is also

a high-class on.



The Atlantic CoajrCin e has put two

ig copperhead s'eagiRef son trains 39

and 40 bet wee j( tfigh fprings and St.

Petersburg, anA stftthekls on the way.
We understand that the management
Intends to use the bigengines entirely
on passenger trains oi this division.
This is a good move and will be ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by the traveling public. In Inadequate
adequate Inadequate engines have been the Coast
Line's weakness on this division, tho
the engineers have given mighty good
service with the machines they had.


Ocala's interest in baseball is proven

by the big crowds at Strauss' while the
returns from the world's series are

coming in. The genial Maurice is much

interested in baseball himself, and

gladly divides his information with his


The Senior Epworth League will

hold its monthly business and social

meeting at the home of Miss Nan

Brooks, corner of Orange and North
Second streets, Friday evening, Oct.
11, at 8 o'clock. All members and
friends cordially invited. Anyone
wishing to join the league will be
gladly xecerved at this meeting.

The members of Marion-Dunn Lodge

F. & A. M. met in special session last

night, in order to give Mr. S. T. Hodges

the third degree. After the ceremony,

they adjourned to Dewey's and partook

of a substantial collation.

The Star regrets to say that Dr. H.

F. Watt has been on the sick list the
last two days. The friends and pa patients
tients patients of this popular young physician
miss him much and hope he will soon

be out again.

Col. and Mrs. G. A. Nash returned

last night from their purchasing trip to
New York City. They visited many

places of Interest while in that city

and had a generally good time.

Sunday evening at 7 o'clock Miss

Henry Lowdrick Moore and Mr. Hugh
E. Jarvis were quietly married by Rev.

J. B. Mitchell, pastor of the Hyde Fark

Methodist church, at the residence of

,the bride's uncle, Mr. Moore, 209 Field

ing avenue.

There were a number of relatives and

friends of the bridal couple present

and Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis left that night

for a short trip. They will reside in

Ocala. Mrs. Jarvis was formerly a res

ident of that city and has a number of

friends there who will welcome her.

Tampa Times.

Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis returned to Ocala

on Sunnyjim last night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

Economist Cook Stoves and Ranges,
AH sizes and Styles. Carload Shipment
just Received last Week. See our dis display
play display at the store. Ask to see "Bridge "Bridge-ford
ford "Bridge-ford Best," the Range with the Oven
that Pulls Out, "the Marvel ol the twen twentieth
tieth twentieth Century." : : : :
Marioi Hardware Co.



A little son was born last night to
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. C. Yonge at
their home in Jacksonville. Mr. and
Mrs. Yonge now have two fine baby
boys. They moved from this city to
Jacksonville a few weeks ago.

Mr. Ed Carmichael was taken sick
yesterday with, a very high fever and

was not able to attend the meeting of

the county commissioners. He Is bet better
ter better this afternoon but is still confined
to his bed.

Mr. Archibald Ingram, who has been

in Portsmouth, Ohio, for some time and

who was called here on account of the

sudden death of his mother, will re

main in the city some time with his


A fire alarm was sent In from Mr. C.

R. Kreger's home last night just at

dark. When the- chemical engine ar

rived at the house it was found that
an oil stove had exploded, throwing

the oil over the room. The fire was

quickly extinguished and very little
damage was done.


What Are You Paying?

Dine Ribbon' Lemon and Vanila

Extract; two -10c bottles for. .15c
Regular 25c. size for .20c

Large Pail Snowdrift $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift .50c

Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue lien Matches per pkg 15c
G Cakes Expost Borax Soap. . .25c

Baker's or Hurler's Chocolate

per pound 35c

3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c

Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans

per can 10c

3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c

Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . ,10c

Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3.
. .for




New Hotel As tor

Corner Bay and Hogan Sts.
Jacksonville,,- Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
TelephoneTln Each Room. Free Baths.
Tak Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street.

Miss Patty Mays with a few of her
pupils of the zoology class went into
the woods "bug hunting" this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. It is safe to say they have found
plenty of redbugs. The party was com composed
posed composed of Misses Mays, Margaret Jack Jackson
son Jackson and Vivienne Eycleshimer and
Messrs. Alfred Green and William
Camp. Mr. Camp took the party out
in his car.

A proof of the baseball fever was
seen in those two old fans. A. E. Bur Burnett
nett Burnett and M. A. TenEyck, who swiped
one of Ballard's apples about noon to

day and began handing each other
twists and curves on the sidewalk in
front of the Merchant's block.

Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c

Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound. .30c

3 Pkcs. .Tello and I. C. Towder. .25c

3 PkRs. LIpton's Jelly Tablets. .25c

3 Pkffs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .22

3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 25c

15 Y Pounds Sugar $.1.00

14 Pounds Whole Rice.. $.100
Old Country Blend Tea, per lb. .50c
5 Callous Oil GOc

Bulk Oatmeal per pound

Cream of Wheat per package. 15c

riiwKP. twh nound 20c

- T K m I

6 Cans Karo Syrup i 55c

Heinz Vinegar, per gallon -35c

irith Pntatrw. ner neck iZOc

12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c

it-lli. Sart Pilsburv Flour sue

24-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour i.uu

Half Barrel Pilsbury Flour . .$3.75

1 TTmit-v Clav Flour 50c

24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $1.00

48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ...$1.05

90 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $3.70

Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15

Last night as Chief Chambers was
going to the fire at Mr. Kreger's resi residence
dence residence on his motorcycle, he crossed

Fort King avenue at Judge Bullock's
residence, forgetting about the street
being torn up. If he had not been a
good rider he would have been thrown

from the machine and possibly badly
hurt. There were no lights along the

street was not passable,
street was no passable.

12 lbs. Bob White Flour 45c

24 lbs. Bob White Flour 85c
90 lbs. Bob White Flour $3.35
Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .$30

One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$6.50


As they are deposited in the savings bank.
For instead of lying idle they are at once set
to work, and yon get their wages.
llie Ocala Savinfls
Pays interest ; at the rate 4 per cent, per an annum
num annum on all Bums $1.00 up Money deposited
any time-up to the 10th of October draws in in-terest
terest in-terest from the first of October.



EL STCKEt. Cublir.



October 10th. and UiiL
... '
Don't Fail to See The Most Ceau Ceau-tilul
tilul Ceau-tilul Line ol Up-To-Date Millinery
Ever Brought to Ocala. : : : v



Editor Star: I wish to thank, thru

the columns of your valuable paper.

the many friends that were sokind to

us in the sickness and death of our

dear little girl. Surely no one could
have been more thoughtful or kinder

than they were to us. Words cannot

express our gratitude to them, but

some day they will receive their re reward.
ward. reward. Respectfully,

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barrett.
Levon, Fla., Oct. 8.


Garden, field and flower seed, just

received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.


Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits, Long

Coats and Sweater Coats, at II. B.
Masters Co. 0-9-dtf


A St. Louis well machine that will

make wells from seven Inches down
through any kind of rock. Address,
D. C. Stanley, Belleview, Fla.

For rent furnished or unfurnished.

gas stove with house, most desirable
location. Apply to phone 216 or ad address
dress address No. 139 Fort King avenue. Ad.

Mr. C. H. Dame and daughter. Miss

Lois, will return tonight or tomorrow

from Roanoke. Va., where they have

been for the past few weeks, visiting

Mr. Dame's former home.

As Mr. J. EL Johnson was going to

the postofflce this morning, he crossed

the trail of a good-sized snake, which

was Just coming out of the dense

weeds on the lot opposite Mayor Rob

ertson's residence. He soon killed the

snake, but more of them may be in
the weeds and the city should see that
they are cut. Snakes are of a retiring

disposition, but they are not pleasant

denizens" of a locality frequented at

this time of year by barelegged child

ren, lne oaor irom me uram aiuug

there -4s not like attar of roses, either.


Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the

twenty-four hours up to sunset yester


Clear, northeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 55 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 83 degrees. -Average,
75 degrees.


Fair tonight and Thursday.


Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits, Long
Coats and Sweater Coats, at II. T.
Masters Co. 0-9-dtf


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 II. C.
Groves, at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
LOST A black silk umbrella with
straight handle, sterling silver. Lost
somewhere on the square. Finder leave
same at this office and receive suitable
reward. 10-3-6t.

. L

FOR RENT Offices In Holder build build-luff.
luff. build-luff. .Apply to Davis & Martin.
ROOMS FOR RENT Three uifur uifur-nished
nished uifur-nished rooms, first floor. 120 South Or Orange
ange Orange street 10-3-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT I will rent two
or three rooms up-stairs or four rooms
down-stairs, either furnisher or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. All modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Connor Smoak," No. 38 Sanchez
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; first floor
front, all conveniences, including gas
stove, half block from A. C. L. depot.
No. 34 Oklawaha avenue. 9-28-6t



The following notices are being sent
out by the banks of the city:
Ocala, Fla- Oct L 1912.

To our Patrons: The law provides
for a half holiday on Saturdays, but
on account of local conditions, the un-'

dersigned banks, until further notice,
will close at 12 o'clock Thursdays, In Instead
stead Instead of on Saturdays.
Respectfully, ""'.
Commercial Bank.,
nala Katlnnal TtartV

DR. IV.. K. LAXE i ,

.fit A

SperlallRt Eye, Ear, Xofte-ftad Threat,,

Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.



FOR RENT A six-room cottage.
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller.'
Store for rent, corner of Fort King
avenue and Magnolia street. Apply to
Jerry Burnett
FOR RENT A five-room house with
all modern conveniences. Apply to
Mrs. IL C. Livingston, 123 S. 6th St
FOR SALE My little pony, Tuggy
and harness complete; very cheap tor
cash. Apply at restaurant Will Lee.
TAKEN UP At my place, Jersey
cow, unmarked. Owner can have same
by calling on V. B. Potts, near Berlin,
Fla., and paying for this ad.

Mr. T. J. Killibrew at the Postofflce

Drugstore is sorroA-ias over the loss

of his frog. He h&d a nice little tree-

frog, which he servon the showcase to

catch flies. It caujflit its own weight
in flies every houtCbut.some sonofagun

stole it, probably to wear on his watch-

chain, and Mr. Killebrew Is mourning.

He says his next pet frog will be a

railroad frog, which won't be so easy
to-carry away.

The Atlantic Coast Line should see

to It that closet doors on passenger

trains are locked while the trains are
in Ocala. The train hog is not yet an
extinct animal.

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,

full half-pound cakes. 15 cents. Sold

only at Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores


Mr. and "Mrs. J. B. Williams of Mar-

tel are home from a pleasant visit to

Chattanooga and Atlanta.

Preserve your artistic Board of

Trade certificate by having It framed

at the Ocala News Co. Ad.

A good remedy for a bad cough Is

heals the lnngs and quiets Irritation.
Price 25c, 50c. and SI per bottle. Sold

by all druggists. Ad.

Everytnmg wearable
children at Fishers. Ad.

for school


WANTED Situation by

wife; no family; to take

home or farm. Apply, T.

merfield, Fla. 10-8-dw lw

man and
charge of
W., Sum-


MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex

plains how we teach barber trade in

few weeks, mailed free. Moler Bar Barber
ber Barber College, Atlanta, Ga.


1800 acres pine timber east of the

Oklawaha river in tp. 18 r. 24. R. L.

Martin, Ocala, Fla. Ad.

On account of not being able to work

and care for same, I am offering toy

entire farm with two-story, 10-room

dwelling house and ten tenant houses,

farming Implements and everything as
it now stands cheap for cash to a quick

purchaser. For price write at once or

come and see the farm, to Mrs. J. S.

Mann. York, Fla. Ad.

Chronic rheumatism contracts the

muscles, distorts the Joints and un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerful,
penetrating and relieving remedy will
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c.
50c. and per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Ad.

Two fine cows for sale, one calf two
and one seven months old. Address R.

It Emmltt York, Fla. v

FOR SALE OR LEASE 20 acres of
good pine land under cultivation with
buildings and welL Owner going north.
Fred C Smith, Levon, Fla Box 59.
FOR SALE One 4-passenger Cad Cadillac
illac Cadillac ; automobile, torpedo model. In
fine Running order,-5 with all new tires,

The best bargain or the 1 season ror
(800 cash. Address, Cadillac, OcaU
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or write Mrs. Mary E. Bogle. Admx.,
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iron Th W. VL Fosnot home

property at Eastlake; lake front and
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Novelized from
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Froai Psstsfrapks f
I h FIsjr a Proceed
By Henry W. Savag
Copyright, Mil, by H. K. Fty 0
Mallory, finding that the train was
checked just before he reached the
conductor, saw that official's bewil bewildered
dered bewildered wrath at the stoppage and had
a fearsome intuition that Marjorie
had somehow done the deed, lie hur hurried
ried hurried back to the observation room,
where he found her charging up and
down, still distraught. He paused at
a safe distance and said:
"The train has stopped, my dear.
Somebody rang the bell."
"I guess somebody did!" Marjorie
answered, with a proud toss of the
head. "Where's the conductor?"
"He's looking for the fellow that
pulled the rope."
"You go tell him to back up and
slowly, too."
"No, thank you!" said Mallory. He
was a brave young man, but he was
not bearding the conductors of stop stopped
ped stopped expresses. Already the conduc conductor's
tor's conductor's voice was heard in the smoking
room, where he appeared with the
rush and roar of a Bashan bull.
"Well!" he bellowed, "which one of
you guys pulled that rope?"
"It was nobody here, sir, Dr. Tem Temple
ple Temple meekly explained. The conductor
transfixed him with a baleful glare:
"I wouldn't believe a gambler on oath.
I bet you did it."
"I assure you, sir," Wedgewood in interposed,
terposed, interposed, "he didn't touch it. I was
The conductor waved him aside and
charged into the observation room,
followed by all the passengers in an
awe-struck rabble. Here, too, the
conductor thundered: "Who pulled
that rope? Speak up somebody."
Mallory was about to sacrifice him himself
self himself to save Marjorie, but she met the
conductor's black rage with the with withering
ering withering contempt of a young queen: "1
pulled the old rope. Whom did you
The conductor almost dropped with
apoplexy at finding himself with no
body to vent his immense rage on,
but this pink and white slip. "You!"
he gulped, "well, what in Say, In
the name of why, don't you know it's
a penitentiary offense to stop a train
this way?"
Marjorie tossed her head a little
higher, grew a little calmer: "What
do I care? I want you to back up."
The conductor was reduced to a
wet rag, a feeble echo: "Back up
the train up?"
"Yes, back the train up," Marjorie
answered, resolutely, "and go slowly
till 1 tell you to stop."
The conductor stared at her a mo moment,
ment, moment, men wnined on Mallory: -say,
what in hell's the matter with your
Mallory was saved from the prob problem
lem problem of answering by Marjorie's abrupt
change from a young Tsarina rebuk rebuking
ing rebuking a serf, to a terrified mother. She
flung out Imploring palms and with a
gush of tears pleaded: "Won't you
please back up? My darling child fell
off the train."
The conductor's rage fell away in
an instant. "Your child fell off the
train!" he gasped. "Good Lord! How
old was he?"
With one hand he was groping for
the bell cord to give the signal, with
the other he opened the door to look
back along the track.
"He was two years old," Marjorie
"Oh, that's too bad!" the conductor
groaned. "What did he look like?"
"He had a pink ribbon round his
"A pink ribbon oh", the poor little
fellow! the poor little fellow!"
"And a long curly tail."
The conductor swung round with a
yell: "A curly tall! your son?"
"My dog!" Marjorie roared back at
The conductor's voice cracked
weakly as he shrieked: "Your dog!
You stopped this train for a fool dog?"
"He wasn't a fool dog," Marjorie
retorted, facing him down, "he knows
more than you do."
The conductor threw up his hands:
"Well, don't you women beat He
studied Marjorie as if she were some
curious freak of nature. Suddenly an
idea struck into his daze: "Say, what
kind of a dog was it? a measly little
cheese-hound ?"
"He was a noble, beautiful soul
with wonderful eyes and adorable
The conductor was growing weak weaker
er weaker and weaker: "Well, den't worry. I
got him. He's in the baggage car."
Marjorie stared at him unbelieving unbelievingly.
ly. unbelievingly. The news seemed too gloriously
beautiful to be true. "He isn't dead
Snoozleums is not dead!" she cried,
"he lives! He lives! You have saved
him." And once more she flung her herself
self herself upon the conductor. He tried to
bat her off like a gnat, and Mallory
came o his rescue by dragging her
away and shoving her into a chair.
But she saw only the noble conductor:
"Oh, you dear, good, kind angel. Get
him at once."
"He stays In the baggage car," the
conductor answered, firmly and as he
supposed, finally.
"But Snoozleums doesn't like bag baggage
gage baggage cars," Marjorie smiled. "He
won't ride in one."
"He'll ride in this one or I'll wring
his neck."
"You fiend in human flesh!" Mar Marjorie
jorie Marjorie shrank away from him in hor horror,
ror, horror, and he found courage to seize
the bell rope and yank it viciously
with a sardonic: "Please, may I start
this train?"
The whisUe tooted fainUy. The bell
began to hammer, the train to creak
and writhe and click. The conductor
pulled his cap down hard and start started
ed started forward. Marjorie seized his
sleeve: "Oh, I implore you, don't con consign
sign consign that poor sweet child to the hor horrid
rid horrid baegage car. If you have a human

Heart in your, breast, -tear my pray prayer."
er." prayer." ;. :.. :. ;:
1 The- conductor surrendered uncon unconditionally:
ditionally: unconditionally: ron. Lord, all right, all
right, IH lose my job, but If yooTl
keep quiet, Fll bring him to you." And
he slunk out meekly, followed by the
passengers, who were shaking their
heads in wonderment at this most
amazing feat of this most amayjpg
When they were alone once more.
Marjorie, as radiant as April after a
storm, turned her "sunshiny smile on
"Isn't it glorious to have our little
Snoozleums alive and well?"
But Mallory was feeling like a
March day. He answered with a
sleety chill: "You care more for the
dog than you do for me." J
"Why shouldn't I?" Marjorie an answered
swered answered with wide eyes, "Snoozleums
never would have brought me on a
wild goose elopement like this. Heav Heaven
en Heaven knows he didn't want to come."
Mallory repeated the Indictment:
"You love a dog better than you love
your husband." v
"My what?" Marjorie laughed, then
she spoke with lofty condescension:
"Harry Mallory, if you're going to be
jealous of that dog, III never marry
you the longest day I live."
"So youll let a dog come between
us?" he demanded.
"I wouldn't give up Snoozleums for
a hundred husbands," she retorted.
"I'm glad to know It in time," Mal Mallory
lory Mallory said. "You'd better give me back
that wedding ring."
Marjorie's heart stopped at this,
but her pride was in arms. She drew
herself up, slid the ring from her fin finger,
ger, finger, and held it out as if she scorned
it: "With pleasure. Good afternoon,
Mr. Mallory."
Mallory took it as If it were the
merest trifle, bowed and murmured: murmured:-"Good
"Good murmured:-"Good afternoon, Miss Newton."
He stalked out and she turned her
back on him. A casual witness would
have said that they were too indif indifferent
ferent indifferent to each other even to feel an anger.
ger. anger. As a Matter of romantic fact,
each was on fire with love, and aching
madly with regret. Each longed for
strength to whirl round with outflung
arms of reconciliation, and neither
could be so brave. And so they part parted,
ed, parted, each harking back fiercely for one
word of recall from the other. But
neither spoke, and Marjorie sat star staring
ing staring at nothing through raining eyes,
while Mallory strode into the Men's
Room as melancholy as Hamlet wita
Yorick's skull in his hands.
It was their first great quarrel, and
they were convinced that the world
might as well come to an end.

(Continued Tomorrow?
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MarXamaraa a ad MrMaalsral Claimed
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- Proaeratlag; .Attaraey Miller
Indianapolis, Oct. 9. Pages from the
careers of the McXamaras and Ortle E.
McManigal. as leaders of "the flying
squadron of dynamiters," with conver
sations In which they were said to
have plotted to send McManigal to
Panama, to blow up the locks of the
Panama canal, were read by District
Attorney Charles W. Miller before the
Jury at the trial of the accused "dyna
mite conspirators yesterday.
The Incident In reference to Panama.
Mr. Miller said, occurred Just before
the arrest of the Los Angeles dynamit
ers when they wsre becoming desperate
In their efforts to secure explosives
without betraying their identities.
"John J. called James B. McNamara,
his brother, and McManigal to the
headquarters of the International As Association
sociation Association of Bridge and Structural
Iron Workers,! said Mr. Miller. "John
J. said to McManigal. 'We can't get any
more dynamite around here without
stealing it. Now you go to Panama,
and see what you can do down there.
The McClintic Marshall Construction
Company has a lot of dynamite stored
down there. You could easily get hold
of It and blow up the locks. That
would make 'em sit up and take notice
and take their minds off the Los An
geles affair.' McManigal refused to go
at that time! Soon after they were all
"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
ment failed till we tried Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve, and cured him with one
box." Cures burns, bolls, skin erup
tions, piles. 25c at Tydings & Co. (Ad.)
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets In Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
There's often much truth In the feay feay-Ing,
Ing, feay-Ing, "her face Is her fortune,", but its
never said where pimples, skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, blotches, or other blemishes dis disfigure
figure disfigure it Impure blood Is back of them
all. and shows the need of Dr. King's
New Life rills. They promote health
and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Co. (Adv.)
Ocala Lodge No. 28S, Benevolent and
Protective. Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton. E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
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
backache all the time, and was almost
tired of living. I s'a wan advertisement
of Foley Kidney Pills and after taking
one bottle I was better, and when I
had taken two more I was thoroughly
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
A new line of toilet requisites Just
in. Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores. Ad.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. 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 cpinion: 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.)
Fort King Camp, No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting Friday evening, Oct. 11,
at Yonge's HalL Every member Is
urged to be present and visitors al always
ways always welcome. B. N. Dosh. C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
H. M. Beatty, 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 times. I
used several well known kidney rem remedies,
edies, remedies, but got no relief until I used Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. These I can truth truthfully
fully truthfully say made me a sound and well
man." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Ad.)
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellow, meets every
Tuesday evening, at -7:30 o'clock In
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitor
or Visitor In the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford, N. G.
W. I Colbert, Secretary. r Ad.
J. C. Ray, Wlnfield, Ala., says: "My
father, T. J. Ray, suffered with kidney
and bladder trouble so bad he had to
use a catheter. Various kidney rem remedies
edies remedies were tried without result, and
finally we gave him Foley Kidney
Pills. In three days he could pass
some water and on the fifth, no longer
needed a catheter. He continued to use
Foley Kidney Pills until entirely
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
CHAPTER XO. 13 R. A. If.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. It, on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p, m.
C. E. Connor, XL P.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad.
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.)
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
. Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long exper experience,
ience, experience, vii:.. Mrs. P. H. Brogan. of Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Pa., who says, "I know from ex experience
perience experience that Chamberlain's Cough
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For croup there Is nothing that excels
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kept on hand so that It can Toe used promptly. It begins tho
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It not only cures quickly, but heals without a scar.
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