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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAYOCTOBERdO, .1912.
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1 PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON 1
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V man, the traveling man, the
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ISO SOUTH THIRD STREET
OCALA - FLORIDA
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Undertakers aud Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
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All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-lialmcrs
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- EDWARD DRAKE
D RA UOI ITSMAN
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and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basin. Write or consult me at
Nort Invest Corner Ocala House Block
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CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
O fflclal Report of Ike Proceed! if. of
tae Hoard at the October
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 7, A. D., 1912.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session on this date.
. Present: Hon. W. J. Crosby, chair chairman;
man; chairman; C. Carmichael, M. M., Proctor,
W. T. Henderson, commissioners;
Commissioner Petteway being absent.
Hon. Alfred Ayer, tax assessor of
Marion county, Florida, appeared be before
fore before the 'board with the original and
two copies of the assessment roll
The county commissioners having
examined and compared the original
and the t wo copies and having found
the copfes exact duplicates of tine
original, the board thereupon endors endorsed
ed endorsed upon them a certificate that they
have so examined them, and that they
were e xact duplicates, and four mem members
bers members oj the said board having signed
said certificate and the assessor of
taxes having issued and. annexed the
warrant ,as provided by law, and a
copy of said warrant is duly recorded
in the minutes of the board of county
Whereupon a copy of said assess assessment
ment assessment roll was delivered to the tax
collector and the comptroller, and the
original filed with the clerk of the
The following warrant was attach attached
ed attached to said copies and original of said
"State of Florida.
"To W. L. Colbetr, Tax Collector of
the County of Marlon:
"You are hereby commanded to col collect
lect collect out of the real estate and per personal
sonal personal property, and from each of the
persons and corporations named hi
the annexed roll, the taxes set down
in each roll opposite each name, cor corporation
poration corporation or parcel of land therein de described,
scribed, described, and In case taxes so Imposed
are not paid at the time prescribed by
law, you are to collect the same by
levy and sale of the goods and chat chattels,
tels, chattels, lands and tenements so assessed,
or of the person or corporation so
taxed; and all sums collected for the
state taxes you are to pay to the state
treasurer at such time as may be re required
quired required -by law, and at the same time
you are to pay to the county treas treasurer
urer treasurer all sums collected for county tax taxes,
es, taxes, district school taxes and other
special taxes; and you are further re required
quired required to make all collections on or
before the first Monday in April; and
on or before the first Monday In July
you will make a final report to and
settlement with the comptroller and
"Given under my hand and seal this
the 7th day of October, in the year A.
n 1912. "? FRED AYER.
"Assessor of Taxes, Marlon County."
The board adjourned, until Tuesday
morning at 10 o'clock.
, Tuesday Morning : '.
The board of county commissioners
for Marion county, Florida, met In
regular session Tuesday, October
1912. Present: W. J. Crosby, chair chairman,
man, chairman, and Commissioners M. M. Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, W. T. Henderson and S. W. Pette Petteway;
way; Petteway; Commissioner Carmichael bein-s
absent on account of illness.
The minutes 1 of the last meeting
were read and approved. v
The minutes of the July meeting
were on motion amended by the adop adoption
tion adoption of the following: An occupation
tax of 50 per cent, of the amount re required
quired required by the state Is hereby impos imposed
ed imposed on every business, profession or
occupation carried on in Marlon coun county,
ty, county, for which a state license is re required,
quired, required, and the clerk of the said board
is ordered to report the same to the
N. A. Fort, J. R. Rogers and J. A.
Reynolds, commissioners appointed to f
lay out the Ocala and Astor air line;
public road, reported that they had ;
, ... n I
laid out said road as follows : Begin-'
ning where the Lynne public road in-1
ter8ects tne Kiectra and salt springs ias. l. l. Hopkins, c r. veai. c. c.
public road In nw4 of sec 23, tp 15. 5C""y. Alexander Wynne. A. O. Har Har-r
r Har-r 21. running east through sections j Tcounty treasurer.
23 and 24, tp 15, r 24, and sections 19, submitted his report showing receipts,
20, 21, 22, 23, 24, tp 15, r 25, and sec-' disbursements and balances as fol-
tions 19, 20. 21, tp 15, r 2C, by way of low8 a
T . f I School Fund Balance Sept 1, ?2.-
Junlper Springs to western boundary : 25g 89. recelpt8, m.og. a,, ,2,.
of the Arredonda grant, Intersecting 99.99; balance, $39.98.
with the Marsh private road,, then J Road Fund Balance Sept. 1. $10.61;
with said mad to Mnrmnn branch, receipts, $406.91; disbursed. $438.35;
there Intersecting with the Pat's Is Island
land Island and Astor public road; whlc
was on motion adopted, and orderel
advertised returnable to the Decem December
ber December meeting.
John L. Edwards and J. M. Meffert,
a committee from the Fair Associa Association,
tion, Association, appeared before the board and
asked that the usual appropriation of
$500 be made for the fair on account
of premiums to be given, which, after
consideration, was on motion granted.
Petition for public road commenc commencing
ing commencing at north end of Emathla and Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship road at Emathla and Martin
road, on center line of sec 10, tp 14,
r 20, thence north to line dividing
townships 13 and 14, thence east to
line dividing lands of Sam Roberts
and Louis Graham In se of se'A, sec
34, tp 13,. r 20, thence n 20 chs, thence
w 5 chs, thence n 1.25 miles to ne cor
of nw4 of seH, sec 27, thence e 20
chs, thence n on sec line dividing sec sections
tions sections 22, 23, 14, 15, 10, 11, 2 and 3, tp
13, r, 20, to the Horn's Bridge and
Flemington road, and to abrogate that
part of the Oldtown and Willlston
road as follows : Commencing at ne
cor of nw, sec 3, tp 14, r 20, thence
west to the Oldtown and Willlston
road, and to discontinue Oldtown and
Willlston road from sw cor of se4,
sec 3, tp 14, r 20, to the township line
In jiw, sec 3, tp 14, r 20, was read
and referred to Commissioner Pette Petteway
way Petteway for Investigation and Teport at
the next meeting.
Mr. C J. McCraney appeared before
the board and reported that the Hodge
Lumber Co. had obstructed the Ocala
and Fort Mason public road from Or Orange
ange Orange Hammock to R. B.- Erwln's. The
clerk was Instructed to notify said
company to remove such obstructions
at once, and to call their attention to
the law against obstructing public
Hannah Riley and Matilda Taylor
were placed on the pauper list at $3
per month each.
Justice Harper of Eureka appeared
before the board with reference to bill
of 80 for an autopsy, which after con consideration
sideration consideration was on motion refused.
Petition for a public road as follows:-
Beginning at center of s sec
27 thence west to center of line of sec
29 thence northwest through sees 19
and 30 to the Levy county line; also
beg at center 4 sec line of sec 29 and
running southwest through sVfe of s
sec 30 to the Levy county line, was
read and on motion the same was
granted and N. II. Boswell, S. M. Nib Nib-lack
lack Nib-lack and J. F. Cocowitch were appoint appointed
ed appointed commissioners to lay out said roads.
L. L. Triest and J. C. Howell appear appeared
ed appeared before the board with a petition
for public road from the southeast
corner of swV of nw'i sec 20 tp 14 r
22 thence west 1.25 miles to the wire
road, guaranteeing right of way and
fencing, which was on motion granted.
On motion Commissioner Carmichael
was appointed a committee to secure
lamps and otherwise comply with, the
U. 8. government regulations with
reference to bridges on the Oklawaha
The board adjourned until Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning.
Wedaeaday, October Ota, 1912
. The board met with all members ex except
cept except Mr. Carmichael present.
Application of Jesse O'Neal for per permit;
mit; permit; to sell liquors, wines and beer in
election district No. 1, Marion county,
was read and ordered published.
Notary bonds of S. L. Fridy with E.
D. Rou and J. B. Devore sureties- and
of D. Neil Ferguson with E- E. Robin Robinson
son Robinson and R. S. Hall sureties were ap approved.
proved. approved. Commissioner Petteway reported
that upon Investigation he found that
F. D. Pedrick was not twenty-one
years of age. It was therefore ordered
that his application for license to car carry
ry carry a pistol be refused.
Bonds of R. J. Rivers, F. W. Moore
and S. J. Fort to carry pistol, and of
J. M Smith to carry a rifle were ap approved
proved approved and licenses granted.
The commissioners heretofore ap appointed
pointed appointed to lay out the Howell or West
Anthony road having refused to serve,
it was ordered that B. II. Mlms, Romeo
Peeples and Wm. Hamilton be appoint appointed
ed appointed commissioners to lay out said road.
It was ordered that the Grahamvllle
and Norwalk road be opened.
Petitions were presented asking that
an election be called for the purpose of
creating a sub-road district of election
districts of Fort McC6y, Orange Springs
and Eureka, west of the Oklawaha
river, which were referred back for
strict compliance with Chapter 6208
Acta of 1911.
Commissioners Petteway and Proc Proctor
tor Proctor were appointed to see dealers and
arrange for feed for the month of Oc October.
tober. October. After receiving bids from the,
different dealers, contract was award awarded
ed awarded to Mr. Jake Brown.
It was ordered that a warrant be
drawn In favor of the Troy Wagon
Works for bill for six wagons less IS
per cent discount for cash.
Commissioner Petteway having re reported
ported reported on the condition of Andrew Ma Ma-lowe
lowe Ma-lowe and family. It was ordered that
$10 per month be appropriated for
their relief, warrant to be drawn In
favor of R. D. Douglas of York, to be
disbursed according to instructions
from the clerk.
.' It appearing that many of the re reports
ports reports of. the Inspectors of marks and
brands were not properly signed and
certified, the clerk was directed to
call their attention to tae same, and
insist that reports be made out prop properly.
erly. properly. Tax collector filed report of licenses
collected for September. 1912, $84 for
the state and 42 for the county.
Fines Imposed by Justice of the
; peace were reported as follows: Z. A.
McClaran, $10: J. O. Turnipseed, $5;
J. W. Lyles, $90; Joseph Bell, county
The following justices reported no
mpOMd Jlng the PQntn of
September: R. a Douglas, H. W. Doug-
County Proper Balance Sept. 1.
$6.02; receipts. $6108.31; disbursed,
$6107.36; balance. $6.37.
F. & F. Fund Balance Sept. 1,
$214.77; receipts, $563.86; disbursed,
$614.55; balance. $166.08.
Building Fund Balance Sept. 1,
$2.43; receipts, $187.71; disbursed,
$5.40; balance. $184.74.
Board adjourned until Wednesday.
Oct. 15th. at 10 o'clock.
S. T. Slstrunk, Clerk.
DEAFNESS CAXNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as thty cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lln
Ing 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 oat 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
& Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists,
75c Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. (Adv.)
A Talrty Year Era of the Spirit af
Light aa Wltaeoaed by Oae
No life span of man has witnessed
such general world progression as
that which has passed in the last SO or
60 years, the last 30 being especially
prolific In wonders. For Instance, in
1881, Col. Cody. Buffalo Bill, was
gathering together wild horses, wild
buffalo, elk, deer, antelope, Rocky
Mountain sheep, and wild horses of the
plains; also famous Indians just from
off the warpath, with white contem contemporaries,
poraries, contemporaries, such, as plainsmen, hunters,
cowboys, and 'army scouts to visit the
East' for mutual advantage. The In Indian
dian Indian saw the overwhelming numbers
and the Immensity of the white man's
domain, and the white men of the East
were enlightened on the subject and
educated to a better understanding of
the dawning of peace in. and the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural possibilities of. the grandest
part of the empire, then known as the
Wild West. In that' same year. 1881,
Thos. E. Edison, who has invented the
paper-carbon lamp, had the world
wondering If he would be capable to
or had really ."subdivided the electric
light," succeeded la illuminating his
house, fields and garden around It,
with this new Illimitable Industrial
factor. At the same time, Graham
Bell had perfected and was arranging
to have the first "central" telephone
bureau In Pearl street, near Fulton,
To the present generation how sim simple,
ple, simple, how familiar, 'how facile to com comprehend
prehend comprehend the known difficulties once so
hidden, yet how easy to find fault
with, testifying indeed that "familiar "familiarity
ity "familiarity breeds contempt." What are won
ders and miracles to one generation
are matters of slight importance to
another. Just think of the millions of
telephones in the world, the electrical
wireless talking through air; night
made as light as day; in fact, $20,000, $20,000,-000,000
000,000 $20,000,-000,000 invested in this country alone
In the application of a science that Is
yet an infant! The men who were fac factors
tors factors In bringing about these great re results
sults results have retired or about to finish
their labors and for the same reason
that prompts CoL Cody, Bucalo Bill,
who, like them, can look back with
pride and pleasure to the illuminating
of untraveled ignorance on the sub
ject he has made familiar and who can
see the glorious work resulting from
the strenuous labors and duties he Is
about to resign. Developments of the
vast country, once supposed to be a
desert, has proven of Inestimable value
and added as greatly to the wealth of
the world as has the results of the la labors
bors labors of his coadjutors In this work of
enllghtment, during the 30 years era
of the spirit of light. Col. Cody
makes his last visit to your city when
he will present the combined history
and splendors of the Wild West and
Far East, to render memorable his
personal farewell. Ad.
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.
2926 Olive street. St, Louis. Mo., for
local testimonials.. Sold by druggists
Bellevlew, Oct 10. The republicans
of the third commissioner's district
have nominated Mr. Adam Hafner. for
county commissioner. This makes three
republican candidates in this precinct
and district, namely: Adam Hafner for
county commissioner; Will Abshlre for
justice of the peace, and Rex Nichols
Mr. Tremere received a .telegram
Monday afternoon stating that another
of his traction engines had arrived in
Baker county. He left the same night
to put the machine in operation, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. H. F. Ruggles, ex expert
pert expert traction engine operator from
Mr. Thomas Gillespie, Miss Minnie
Tremere and Miss Miriam Thompson
made a flying trip to Candler Monday
afternoon. Later in the evening Mr.
Gillespie. Miss Ellle Tremere and Miss
Miriam Thompson made a flying, trip
to Candler and Heather Island, return-
ng accompanied by Mr. H. F. Ruggles
of Portsmouth, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hilton of Brook
lyn, N. Y., are among the first arrivals
of the season, coming in Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The funeral of little Amy -Barrett
was held at the Methodist Episcopal
church last Monday morning at ten
o'clock. The services were conducted
by Rev. C. W. Lane, and were very
touching. The bereaved parents have
the sympathy of the entire community.
Mr. Chas. T. Fletcher has flitted west
ward to the land of the setting sun.
While In California Mr. Fletcher will
engage in the electrical business. Mr.
Fletcher has been with one concern for
twelve years, which speaks high of
his ability as a high tension electrical
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson R. Haines, en
the Lake Weir road, have moved to
North Lake Weir and now occupy one
of Capt. Johnson's cottages.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant of Ocala
were visitors to our town last Mon
Mr. John G. Wolf, hale and hearty
from Tltusvllle, Pa., arrived In town
last Monday morning. Mr. Wolf has
a carload of household goods on the
siding and will locate about three
miles west of town.
There was a colored people's baptism
on the shores of Lake Lilian last Sun
day afternoon. Rev. Jairatt R. Black
well officiated, assisted by Deacon A.
F. Tate. Six candidates entered the
water and were duly baptlred. The
ceremony was very Impressive and the
singing was characteristic and pleased
the great number of persons present.
Ringling Bros, circus man was In
town last Monday, posting advertising
matter and distributing cardboards.
Miss Ella Lyles Is seriously sick with
bilious fever at the home of her aunt.
Mrs. J. J. Nelson.
Mr. John G. Wolff, one of our new
arrivals, made a business trip to Sum
The W. C T. C met with Mrs. George
Proctor Tuesday afternoon. .Mrs. Chas.
W. Lane was elected delegate for the
annual state convention to be held at
Starke Nov. 12th-15th. Mrs. J. C. Sul
livan alternate. It was also arranged
to hold a union temperance meeting
Sunday evening. Oct. 20. The next reg regular
ular regular meeting will be at the Methodist
parsonage Nov. 12th.
For Vice Preoideat
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
Prealdeatlal Elect ora
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
CHAS. E. JONES
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
IL C SPARKMAN
CoagrreMmaa, First District
& M. SPARKMAN
Secretary of State
IL C CRAWFORD
THOS. F. WEST
Comaalasloaer of Asrlcaltnre
W. A. McRAE
J. C LUNING
W. V. KNOTT
Saperiateadeat of Public Iastractloi
W. N. SHEATS
R. E. ROSE
J. C R. FOSTER
R. C. DUNN
-For Members of the Legislature
L. S. LIGHT
EDWIN SPENCER, JR.
For Couaty Judge
W. E. SMITH
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
For Clerk; of the Circuit Court
PERRY IL NUGENT
For Tax Assessor
For Tax Collector
W. L. COLBERT
For Superlatendeat of Schools
J. IL BRINSON
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For Commlssloaer, District 1
For Commlssloaer, District 2
D. G. W ATKINS
For Commlssloaer, District 3
For Commlssloaer, District 4
W. T. HENDERSON
For Commlssloaer, District S
For School Commissioner, DIatrtct 1
W. D. CARN
For School Commlssloaer, District 2
J. S. GRANTHAM
For School Commlssloaer, District 3
B. R. BLITCH
For Couaty Surveyor
W. A. MOORHEAD
Cotton Plant. Oct 9. The past few
days have been very cool and pleasant.
Mrs. Woodward spent Tuesday with
friends at MarteL
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Weathers of Old-
town spent a day and; night last week
vith their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Sunday was the regular preaching
day at St. Johns and the pastor preach preached
ed preached a very interesting sermon. Two new
members were added to the church.
Mr. J. P. Daniel dined with Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Veal Sunday.
Mr. Ira Beck of Gainesville and Mrs.
J. M. Smith of Wacahoota, who are
visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L Beck at Berlin, came down Sunday
morning to see their sister. Miss Alta
Beck. They attended services here and
dined with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Barco.
Mrs. J. N. Morris is expected home
this week after several months' visit
to her bid home In Alabama.
Mrs. D. M. Barcp spent last Thurs
day with Mrs. W. R. O. Veal at MarteL
Miss Carrie Barco with her sleter.
Mrs. I C. Bell and children of Croom
are expected to arrive some time this
week to spend a while with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Barco.
Mr. S. A. Neil and Mrs. Fannie Carter
of Fellowship, accompanied by Mrs.
Carter's daughter, Mrs. W. W. Geiger
and friend, Mrs. Walter Simonton of
Micanopy, attended services, here Sun
Miss Leila Parker spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents.
Mrs. J. A. Brooks and Miss Mamie
Parker visited the school Tuesday aft
A LOG OST 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 Hessheimer of
Lincoln. Neb., had been sick over three
years, but six bottles of Electric Bit
ters put him right on his feet again.
They have helped thousands. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 50 cent sat Tydings &
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
If Your Straw Hat
Looks too Bad to
Wear longer, Buy
a New one from us.
Our Full Line has
Arrived. : : :
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition ...
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only .
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only ...... ..
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only . . ..... V ......
I used Graphophone and 5 RecordsBargain at only .
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records,
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at ...20c, 30c, 40c eacb
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for ...................... lOf
Mosquito Canopies. Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for iron beds, 3.31
2 A T. Thomas, Pres. J. Thompson, -Manager;
The Wcodmar Sand & fcs Co.
. '-, '': 1 -.t
X DEALERS IN v ;
j Lake Weir Sand and CrustcdiRczIi
MANUFACTURERS OF , ;
Cemeut Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors, in Cement
& Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street .Paving of all ;de-. f
scriptions. Residences or Stores 1 contracted in:
& in Brick, Stone and Cement. '
. Contracts taken any where in the etato. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH tlAIW STDEET ;
Phone331 OCALA, FMMX
THREE FOR A DOLLAR OR
$4.00 PER DOZEN.
CHAS. A. FOYER &
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL,. SURGICAL AND
Dr. McClane's Residence. 407.
Xotet Calls Made hj upeclal appolatMeat. Sperlal Gealte. t7rtaary Cllale
- aft 7 gv. caeSi ay. ..
MOTFElLi CMTUMCIKinrLIL ;
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, oa
the American and European Plans.
American Plan. f2 per day and up. European Plan, 11.00 per day and up.
. Special Weekly Rates.
' '1. c
very 'heap at
ol Variety. Store
$1.50 PER cox n
Express Prepaid ;
Money refunded if not,';
satisfied. Agent want
ed. Sen d stamps, check ,
draft, money order
CO., Cleveland, Ciio.
Eulte 1 to ?, Holder Block, Southwest
Corner of Public Tqusre
ocAixi tttixtr.Q star, TifntsDAV, ocrociitf 10, iqut
OGALA EVENING STAR
IJIttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. It. Carroll, Business 3Ianager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the post office at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
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OLD DEMOCRAT SCORES
Fairfield, Fla Oct. 7. 1912.
Editor Star: Enclosed find check for (
Wilson and Marshall campaign for $3
from Dr. Henry Gatrell. $1; N. I God
win, $1; M. L Payne, 1, which I hope
will be of some service. I regret very
. much that It Is not more. I never saw
such Indifference to a good cause, as
has been and la being manifested by
. the people In general In all my life,
and sometimes I think we deserve
Just what we are getting, making
men richer and thousands poorer by
our system of government and our
own pure cussedness as to our political
Hoping for success In this crisis of
our government's history and demo democratic
cratic democratic efforts, I : am. Very truly,
M. La. Payne.
The remains of Mrs. F. E. Haskell
were shipped today to New Bedford,
Mass. Ajiiece who has been with her
at Lake fVelr, Miss Frances Arnold, a
nephew, Air. FltS Arnold of Tllden,
da., and! anotter nephew, "Mr. F. A.
Marshall of Jaeksorfvilleaccompanled
the retrains. There were no funeral
services but a largfcttimber or mends
.gathered at the Serotitrrl' home and
the great number of ; floral offerings
went to show, the love and esteem of
the entire neigh borhood"Mrg. Sher
man, woo was a sueciiw irienu ui me
deceased, came up to select the casket j
at Mclver & MacKay's.
Little Douglas Spencer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Spencer of Zuber, died
last night and will be burled this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at Zuber. Dduglas .fell and
broke one of his legs last Christmas
and has been an invalid ever since.
Mclver & MacKay sent the coffin out.
The Ocala House has been taxed to
Its caoacity almost every night of
late. Tuesday night the house was so
crowded that the clerks gave up their
rooms and every room in the big Ho Hotel
tel Hotel was occupied. This, remember. Is
In the dull season, between the sum summer
mer summer and the opening of fall activities.
Mrs. Carroll and little Merrls, who
are spending a few weeks In Boston,
attended the exercises held a few days
since when the cornerstone of the
magnificent Y. M. C. A. building was.
laid with Impressive ceremony by
President Taft. The crowd gathered
on this occasion was a huge one and
hundreds of police officers kept order
and formed a cordon around the pres president.
ident. president. ;
President Hsrahan of the Seaboard
Air Line is making a tour of the lines
of the system in the state, and will
probably be In Ocala next week.
Messrs. J. A. Farnbach of Board man
and a II. Galtsklll and W. R. Denham
of Mcintosh are representing Marlon
county in the citrus seminar at Gainesville.
The home talent musical comedy
company, which played at the Temple
Theater last Friday night, will go to
Dunnellon tomorrow night and pre present
sent present the comedy, "Cupid at College,"
In that city. The young folks will go
In automobiles, leaving here right aft after
er after dinner. The following with their
cars will accompany them. Mrs. J. M.
Meffert, Mr. A. T. Thomas, Mr. Louis
Lang, Mr. R. TL Carroll and Capt. S.
R. Pyles. Mrs. Moorhead and. Mrs.
Helen- White, of New Orleans, who i
drilled the little company to such a
high state of efficiency, will go with
the company. There will be a chap chaperon
eron chaperon e for each. car.
The visitors to. the store and the
passers-by who stopped to look Into
their attractive display windows of
late hav-a greatly admired 'the prettily
and artistically draped figures in
Messrs. Hayes. & Guynn's store.. These
figures, draped with some of the latest
dress goods and trimmings, were dojne
by Mrs. J. B. Hayes, using only a pa paper
per paper of pins to hold the goods in place.
The little Anderson child who suf
fered a fractured skull when the Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael building fell, was operated
on at the sanitarium a few days ago
and la doing nicely.
Mrs. J. N. Tiller, who has been an
Inmate of the sanitarium for several
weeks, will return to her home at Mar Martin
tin Martin In a few days, entirely recovered.
Mr. A. M. Lansford has received a
large shipment of roll music for his
piano player. Among the lot Is an ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of Tosti's "Good-By." It
Is a beautiful piece and worth any
one's time to stop in and. let him play
It for them.
The Carmlchael & Son Co. building
Is almost completed. Just a little more
work on the Inside and the building!
will be ready for them to put their
stock on display.
Motorman Frank Kelly, a strike
breaker was shot fatally on his car
coming down from Summervllle suburb
Into Augusta last night.
Suit to test the right of the govern government
ment government to enforce the federal law of
August 24, 1912, requiring newspapers
and periodicals to publish their circu circulation
lation circulation figures twice a year and Impos Imposing
ing Imposing other publicity requirements, was
filed In the United States district
court In New York Wednesday by the
Journal of Commerce and the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bulletin Company, publishing the
Journal of Commerce. The suit is di directed
rected directed against Postmaster General
Hlthcock. Attorney General Wicker Wicker-sham.
sham. Wicker-sham. United States District Attorney
Wise and Postmaster Morgan of New
York. The petition charges the law
Is unconstitutional and' prays for a
temporary Injunction restraining its
enforcement until final adjudication.
Fifty Greeks, who crossed the state
from Tarpon Springs in autos. are in
Jacksonville, and with ISO already in
that city are only waiting the declara declaration
tion declaration of war to go on to New York and
take ship for their native country.
The Montenegrin army formally
opened the ball Wednesday morning
by 'attacking a "strong Turkish posi position
tion position on Mount Pl&initx. After a sharp
artillery duel the Turks retreated. The
Montenegrins will probably try and
drive the Turks south so they can
swing around the Intervening Aus Austrian
trian Austrian in Novlbaxar and open the road
for a Junction with the Servians.
Meantime the Turks have sent a force
across Lake Skutarl and landed it in
J. B. STETSON
In All Shapes, Sizes
and .Colors, to go
While They Last at
The Guarantee Clotbing&Sboc Company's
At 9 a. m. Sharp
While They Last,
ARROW and B. & VL
We do not mean to stretch prices and then mark
them low, as you have been used to reading in other
advertisements, but you will notice that all articles
mentioned in stock are advertised goods and prices,
with names which have a reputation to back their
goods and long lasting qualities. : : .:
REMEMBER! This is no fake or so-called sale which others have covered the
country with, but, our long years of straight and high class business, handling
nothing but highly advertised goods will convince you of the big money say
ing opportunities we are offering you. : : :
THE REASON For our closing out
sale is that our lease will soon expire
and at the same time, being sole
proprietors of the Globe, we have all
that we can handle at one time.
GUARANTEE: We will guarantee that
the entire stock is fresh, clean and
up-to-date, along with a full line of
Fall and Winter stock, just arrived
from the Northern markets, which
had been ordered early last Spring.
COME EARLY And pick the cream
of the bargains. Seeing is belie ve ve-ing.
ing. ve-ing. Bring this circular with you
and compare prices. Every tiling
will be marked in plain figures.
Stncy -Adam's and Hanan, in
all leathers, in high and low
cuts, regular $5, $6 and
$6.50 grade while (M AA
they last for p4UU
Famous Nettleton Shoe
Sold in the United States for
$5.50 and $6.00
to go for..
$3.50 grade to go
$4.00 grade to go
Yale Pants $2.90
50 and 75c kind to go
for . .
25c grade to go in
this sale for
Regular $3.00 kind C 1C
to go for ... tyLLv
One Lot of Fleece-Lined
50c values to go for..
Per Garment 28n
to go for dOw
Must be Turned Into
Hart Schaffner & Marx
$18.00 Grade for $12.50
to $22.50 for $14.50
$22.50 to $30 for $16.50
No Alteration Done Whatsoever,
Nothing Will be Exchanged.
One Lot of Blue Chambray
Shirts with two ip
pockets to go for 41 v
10c kind to go
Regular $1.50 kind TI fA
to go for.. PI.UlF
The Famous L & W.
Regular S2.50 and T1 CA
$3.00 values for qJltdU
Regular $1.25 value IQp
to go at IfJw
One lot of high grade Pants
to go during this (M 'IC
sale for .... tj)t)t)
One lot of Blue Serge and
Fancy Worsted Suits, ranging
from $15.00 up (?A AA
to go for fPlVtVi;
Genuine Hart Schaffner
Marks Pants, values from
$G.OO to $8.00 to H J
" The World Famed
Lot No. 1008 Regular $1.25
Garments, to go at ICn
per Garment ..... JlvL
Lot No. 1111 Regular $2.00
Garments, to go (T 12
at per Garment )lld
Paris Garters 19 c
The articles stated above are only a mere portion of the wonderful money saving oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities which will await you at this Big Closing Out Sale. Come early and avoid the rush
In The Ocala House
Clothiers lEToir Smart lEDiiroOir Oxulr
the extreme southern part of Monte-
SAVES LKG OP EOT
"It seemed that my 14-year-old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account
of an uely 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 Bueklen's Ar Arnica
nica Arnica Salve, and cured him with one
box." Cures burns, boils, skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, piles. 25c. at Tydinss & Co. (Ad.)
F. A. Wootsey, a irealcman 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 livinsr. I ?a wan advertisement
of Foley Kidney Tills and after taking
one bottle T was better, and when I
haJl taken two more I was thoroughly
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased -a bottle ot Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who h.d 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.)
TL L. Martin, room 9 Merchant's
block, will sell now a few choice lots
fronting on lake, close to Lake "Weir
jstatlon, at bargain prices. If you ever
! expect to own a lot on Lake Weir pur-
chase should be made now, as these
lots, within two year3, will De- worm
five" times the price at which they are
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 DALLARD'S SNOW LINI
MENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c,
50c. and f 1 per bottle. Sold by all
LEST YOU FORGET
Ladies' and Misses Coat Suits, Long
Coats and Sweater Coats, at IL B.
Masters Co. 0--dtf
1800 acres pine timber east of the
Okjawaha river in tp. 1C r. 24. R, I
Martin. Ocala. Fla. Ad.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents.' Sold
only at Oerlg's Fostofflce Drugstores.
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
BALLARD'S HORE HOUND STRUT. It
heals the lungs and quiets Irritation.
Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottler Sold
by all druggists. Ad. -.-
Woodmen meet Friday evening..
HOUSE AXD FLIT FOR REXT
For rent furnished or unfurnished,
gaa stove 'with house, most desirable
location. Apply to phone 216 or ad address
dress address No. 13 Fort King avenue. Ad.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerigs Postofflce Drugstores.
Ad. . .. ...
SEEDS, HEW CROP
Garden," field 'and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by-.Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
OCAXA KXKXISG STAR, THURSDAY", OCTOBER 10, 1812
i Mraclls From a
"I Will Try
I've been thinking of the talk you had with one of your customers
about saving his money. I have resolved to give It a trial when I next
get my pay.
This hand-to-mouth existence is too much of a risk for me to carry.
If I should be taken sick or accidentally hurt and laid off, I should not
only run into debt but be an expense and burden to my friends.
I believe I can save several dollars every month. Now, to figure
Just what are my living expenses.
j?IIE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
STOVES and RANGES
' ,lJ)!fli. i .., I in i m t.. i. jg,,!
Economist Cook Stoves and Ranges,
! All sizes and Styles. Carload Shipment
; just Received last Week. See our dis-
play at the store. Ask to see "Bridge-
: lord Best," the Range with the Oven
: that Pulls Out, "the Marvel ol the twen-
: tieth Century." : : : :
Isnrfoe Isuriw CdP.
X h Ocala, -;
E A U T II F
We have One of the
in the State, Without
1 11) 1
l$-l-tx f f
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure. in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURHISHiriGS STORE
V' U. i. rt 1 - im- wT i!-' i
PRICES and TERMS are RIGHT.
Phone 117, OCALA, FLORIDA
XXtHsX--XXX-XX XXXXX"X xxx
torn Bacmcc Kioct i-r ooi
0 L B E O S
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ-,
ent styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
have fast received my
cason- s con
fine Horses and Males
Selected in Person, tn the
Atlanta Market, by Ur.
Tompkins. Call at the
Barns and Look tbe Drove
over, while the Selection is
Large, and Pick Out what
yon Need. The Animals
are Guaranteed and the
f OIEYS OMoXAyATIVE
tt'on Stomach Taouu.K and Co tn patio
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Fraternal union meets tonight.
Moose meet this evening.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
Mr. Bob Sanders of Dunnellon was
In town today.
The Star regrets to learn that Mr.
T. W. Troxler is on the sick list.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Ad.
Dr. Watt is better today, but is not
able to be out yet.
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
Mrs. R. T. Adams and little daughter
are home from their summer visit to
Miss Maude Lilian Little, who suf suffered
fered suffered a relapse the other day, is rapid rapidly
ly rapidly improving.
Mr. Fred II. Robinson is spending a
week In the city with his partner. Mr.
J, II. Spencer.
Tour vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerlg's Postoffice Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents. Ad.
Mrs. E. F. Newport of Eastlake
came up this afternoon to visit Mrs.
II. A. Fausett.
Master Huert TenEyck has been
jr siurcr jiuuua ui&iii nun
j leaver and is ri5"little better today.
WANTED To furnish paperhanging
for ordinary rooms at $4.50 each. The
Dodge Sign and Decorating Co.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blalock returned
today from Georgia, where they have
been spending the past two months.
Mr. T. T. Munroe. who has been sick
for some days, is able to be up and will
soon be at hia post in the bank.
Miss Lutie Holder has gone
Alachua, to visit her sister, Mrs. S.
Burnett, who is quite sick.
Mr. II. D. Stokes of the Ocala Na National
tional National Bank, is a business visitor to
Gainesville today. He will return to
Miss Josephine Williams returned
today from Lake Weir, where she went
to be present at the bedside of her
friend, Mrs. Haskell.
Mr. II. M. Hampton and Mr. C. V.
Miller are off in Juniper scrub hunting
bear and incidentally catching a few
fish and killing some small game.
Mr. Ed Carmichael Is much better
this afternoon'. His fever left him this
morning but he Is not yet able to be
up and around.
Mrs. "William Hocker and children
returned from Kentucky today. Mr.
Hocker met them in Jacksonville and
accompanied them home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton camp, who have
been In Ashevllle, and Mr. Clarence
Camp, who has been to Savannah, re returned
turned returned home today on the Seaboard.
Mrs: William Gober and two child children,
ren, children, who have been spending two
months at Commerce,' Georgia, re returned
turned returned home yesterday.
Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall, Miss
Minnie and Mr. Wallace Stovall return returned
ed returned today from their trip through
Georgia for the benefit of Mr. Stovall's
Mr. V. W. Howell, the agent for the
Singer Sewing Machine has been very
sick for the past few days with chills
and fever. He is feeling better this
afternoon, but still very weak.
Mr. J. G. Ferguson Is In town hav having
ing having come up from Lakeland, where he
spends a good portion of his time of
late, looking after business interests
His many friends are glad to see
that Mr. Crosby, the efficient chairman
of the board of county commissioners,
has practically regained his old time
The employees of the banks of the
city were delighted : this morning to
think this was the day they close at
noon and get a half holiday. The
other employees and clerks of the city
sure do envy the boys In the banks.
Miss Ellle Tremere, the Star's very
efficient correspondent at Belleview,
and her friend, Miss Miriam Thompson
of Fort Myers, were In town today and
paid the Star an appreciated call.-
A telephone message from Lowell
today called the family physician out
to see Miss Vic Raysor, who her num
erous friends will regret to hear is
A telegram from Dr. Walter Hood
gives the Information that he is yet at
Spartanburg and not sufficiently re
covered from his burns to travel, but
expects to leave for home In his car
in about ten days.
Mr. J. E. Adams with his son, Mr.
Arthur Adams and family, who have
been making their home at Miami for
the past two years, have returned to
their former home at South Lake
Mrs. Emile S. Roess has Just return returned
ed returned from Ocala, where she has been
visiting her brother, Mr. Martin J.
Roess, of the Oacla Lumber Co. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
An Ocala landlady, who has lots of
trouble installing her boarders to the
breakfast tabfesays that spring lazi laziness,
ness, laziness, which lats three months in the
year is not near as bad as bedspring
laziness, which lasts the year around.
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and little
daughter are home from Douglas, Ga.,
where they stopped on their way from
Ashevllle to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
President 1 la rah an of the Seaboard
Air Line wily probably be in Ocala on
the 15th. We htye he will order an another
other another passefiger" station and take Sid
Haile to the circus.
Whenever we have an union depot,
which may be sooner than we hope for,
we won't allow the railroads to keep
express cars loaded with fish, and
stinking like fertilizer factories, to
stand In it while the trains wait, and
then go on leaving a bad smell to pol
lute the vicinity for days.
AIR DOME PROGRAM TOXIGHT
Buster's Dream. A fine picture for
Uninvited Guests. A roaring comic
Heaven Avenges. A Biograph picture.
featuring the pretty girls.
The Barefoot Boy. Adapted from
Whittier'a poem of that name; another
fine picture for the children.
Easter in Jerusalem.
This is a fine program that wil? be
run at the Air Dome tonight. Prizes
given after the third reeL Gold watch
given Saturday night. The children's
nights are becoming more popular ev every
ery every week. The next one will be Friday
night, at which time another' hand
some prize will be given especially to
The careful critic of the old, relia
ble Savannah News says that "Alma,
Where Do You Live. is a very bright
play, and Miss Drew and her support
are first-class players. The piece will
be at the Temple Saturday night.
BEAXTOWX WAS BEATEN
The third game in the world's series
was played in Fenway Park this aft
The following bulletins were re
ceived by Strauss & Co. this afternoon:
First inning O'Brien pitching for
Boston: Carragan, catcher: Marquard
pitching, Myers catching, for 'New
York. New York, 0; Boston, 0.
Second Xew York, 0; Boston, 0.
Third New York. 0; Boston. 0.
Fourth New York, 0: Boston, 0.
Fifth New York, 1; Boston, 0.
Sixth New York, 0; Boston, 0.
Seventh New York, 0; Boston, 0.
Eighth New York, 0; Boston. 0.
Ninth New York. 2; Boston. 1.
New York 2 7 1
Boston 1 T'O
WORKING TO WIN
Orala Football Team In Steady Prac
tice for Saturday's Game With
The Ocala High School football team
is all ready to go to Gainesville Sat
urday, when I will play the scrub
team from the University of Florida.
The different men have been assigned
to their places and are well placed as
to their weight and speed.
Two games have been arranged with
the Hillsborough High School and it is
thought that two games will be play played
ed played with the Duval High School dur during
ing during November, the first one in Oeala
and the second one in Jacksonville.
The tickets to Gainesville for the
boys have arrived and the team will
leave on the 6 o'clock train Saturday
morning, returning on the evening
train. A large crowd of friends of the
team expect to go up on the noon
train and some will go up in cars.
Following is the line-up: Le, Ander
son, Pat; It, Mcintosh; Ig, Geiger; c,
Tarver; rg. Camp; rt, Meffert; re,
Clarkson; rh, Fleckenstein: 'lh. Gallo
way; qb, Zewadskl; fb, Davis. The
game will be called promptly at 3:15
and the admission will be 25 cents.
DR. W. K. LANE
Specialist Eye, Ear, None aad Threat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.
What Are You Paying?
Bine Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
Extract, two 10c bottles for. .15c
Regular 25c. size for .20c
Large rail Snowdrift ..$1.25
Medium Tail Snowdrift ........ 50c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue Hen Matches per pkg 15c
6 Cakes Expost Borax Soap. . .25c
Baker's or Huyles 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
No. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . .10c
Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3 . .
. .for 25c
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound. .SOc
3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Pkgs. Upton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .22c
3 Cans oc. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser...
15 Pounds Sugar ....
14 Pounds Whole Rice. .
Old Country Blend Tea, per lb. .50c
X ftAllons Oil 60c
Rnlk Oatmeal Der nound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package. .15c
Cheese, per pound 20c
rt Pnn "Karri Sttud 55c
ifpinz Vinegar. ier callon 35c
Irish Potatoes, uer neck 30c
i.ih. Sack Occident Flour 55c
if-lh. Sark Pilsbnrr Flour SOc
2 4 -lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour $1.00
TTnlf Riirrel PilsburT FlOUT . .$3.75
1 lts TIenrv Clav Flour 50c
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $1.00
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ...$1.95
96 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $3.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
lf Itxj- Rob White Flour 45c
24 lbs. Bob White Flour 85c
96 lbs. Bob White Flour $35
Half barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.30
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$6.50
0e f the Bet At leaded aad Moat
The meeting of the Board of Trade
last night was most encouraging. Over
two-score were present, the gathering
Including several interested citizens
and three distinguished visitors from
Leesburg. as well as members of tbe
It was decided to try to recover the
Sunday mail for the city, and the sec secretary
retary secretary was instructed to act accord accordingly.
ingly. accordingly. That enterprising individual
took the matter up with our accom accommodating
modating accommodating postmaster this morning, re requesting
questing requesting him to wire the department
that If it be graciously so pleased the
box renters of Ocala would humbly be
grateful to have what they have paid
for in advance, and if the satraps at
"Washington are condescending enough
to give ear to our request Ocala will
again be able to date up from 1612 to
The city council was asked to re rename
name rename the streets and renumber the
houses, considerable confusion now
existing on account of lack of sys system.
tem. system. A letter from Mrs. J. R. Moorhead
asking assistance for maintaining
Comfort Lodge, was read and referred
to the board of governors, with power
On account of the sickness of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Carmichael, the report of
the committee on lighting, the square
The action of the board of govern governors
ors governors on the Dean advertising proposi proposition
tion proposition was endorsed. This proposition Is
to advertise Ocala and- surrounding
territory extensively in the north and
west and should bring good results.
An act passed by the Georgia legis legislature,
lature, legislature, inquiring into the solvency,
validity and standing of land and stock
corporations was read and our state
senators and county representatives
were requested to present a similar
measure before the Florida legislature
and if possible lave it enacted into
law. This is practically the measure
drawn up by Representative-elect Ed Edwin
win Edwin Spencer and published in the Star
At this point, the visttors from Lees Leesburg.
burg. Leesburg. Messrs. E. H. Mote, M. L. Mer Mer-shon
shon Mer-shon and Chester Lee, were called on
for speeches and ably responded. Mr.
Mote, made a specially good hit when
he spoke of the road between Ocala
and Leesburg, and asked that the for former
mer former city help the latter In filling the
nine-mile gap of bad road in the south southern
ern southern end of Marion county. Mr. Mote
declared that Ocala was the best In Interior
terior Interior city in Florida and Leesburg
was better In proportion to its size,
and that if Ocala would help Leesburg
to be bigger than Jacksonville, that
Leesburg would turn in and help Ocala
be still larger. His speech and those
of his friends were heartily applauded.
Appropriate replies were made by
several members of the. board. Ocala
and Leesburg certainly stand on a
common ground of interest," and the
good feeling between the two towns
is most gratifying. A good, hard road
all the way between the two towns
will be the best way to help both to
help each other, and all our people
should work for it at once.
Secretary Muncaster received much
deserved praise for his unremitting
labors in behalf of the board.
It did not appear that the Decem
ber and May divisions of the contest
for greater membership had pulled off
any great stunts, but better results
are hoped at the next meeting.
Everybody was sorry that Secretary
Powell of the Tampa ooard was not
able to be present, but maybe he will
show np at some later date.
After a pleasant and Instructive hour
and a half, .the board adjourned at
9:30 to meet again Wednesday evening,
Nov. 13, unless some emergency arises
to call for a special meeting before
Secretary Muncaster has had a num
ber of Marion county views handsome handsomely
ly handsomely framed and attractively displayed
on the walls of the headquarters room.
He also has a promising little agri
cultural exhibit In one of the win windows,
dows, windows, and hopes to increase it as our
people sit up and take more and more
notice of the Board of Trade work.
THE STORM IS HERE
The above is the headline of the ad
vertisement of Mr. Joseph Malever's
big sale that appears in today's paper
and tells the public about the great
closing out sale of the Guarantee
Clothing and Shoe Company. Mr.
Mustln, Mr. Malever's manager, is
leaving him and the store lease soon
expires and as Mr. Malever already
has all he can manage, he has decided
to close out the stock of this store
and devote all of his time and capital
to pushing the fortunes of the Globe,
his big store on the west side of the
square. The big stock or late style
men's furnishings, clothing, shoes and
hats will be sacrificed at cost.
DICKISOX CHAPTER IT. D. C.
The regular monthly meeting of
Dickison Chapter will be held Friday
afternoon at 3:30 at the home of Mrs.
T. Lancaster. At this meeting dele
gates will be elected to the convention
to be held In Washington, Nov. 12. A
large attendance is urgently request requested.
ed. requested. Mrs. S. R. "Whaley,
RUSH TO REGISTER
Five o'clock Saturday afternoon will
be the last minute in which you can
register for the general election of
1912. At that time Supervisor Barco
will close his books.
CRAM) MILLIXERY OPEXING
At G. A. Xanh'a October 10th aad 11th
Don't fail to see the most beautiful
line of up-to-date millinery ever
brought to Ocala. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sperrlng of Uma
tilla, after a visit to Dr. Sperrlngs
father, who is sick at Live Oak, passed
thru town yesterday on their way
Mr. J. D. Toung of the Immense Ok-
lawaha river farm, is home from a
visit to Maryland.
Mrs. W. D. Graham came In frem
Reddick today to be the guest until
Saturday of Mrs. J. M. Graham.
In Judge Bell's court this morning,
Pat Mahoney. accused of breaking and
entering, was bound over In the sum
of $500. He had no trouble in finding
Mr. R. E. L. Robinson, roadmaster
of this division f the A. C. L., with
headquarters InsyGaTfresville, and hind-quarter-
general? In a railway motor
ear, was Inspecting: the track down
this war today.
DOLLARS U K-C-EK
As they are deposited in the savings bank.
For instead of lying idle they are at once Bet
to work, and you get their wages.
The Ocala Savicfls DcMt
Pays interest at the jate 4 per cent per an annum
num annum on all sums $1.00 up Money deposited
any time up to the 10th of October draws in in--
- in-- terest from the first of October.
CAPITA!. FULLY PAID IS tnjtf
H STOKES, Caahlear.
jno. L. JCBWARDS. Praa.
WIT Wtoll YdDM
sure (KdDSinicgj ft
tow ftoiF LmnmeRTio
With our Up-to-date SLICING MACHINE and our
Selection of Cold Meats, we can suit you to a Queen's
taste- We have Cold Boiled Ham, Bologna Sausage
Boiled Ox. Tongue, Dried Beef and German Saloml
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 centb and you only get
9 ounce. Look at the Saving.
There is nothing Nicer than Sliced Dried Beef;
we slice it Fresh every day. Try Scrambled Eggs and
Sliced Beef or Creamed Sliced Beef.
IM(B MCW (E(D)fflipllIIl
Seeded Raisins, Walnuts, Evaporated Pea Peaches,
ches, Peaches, Prunes, Apricots, Asparaaus Tips,
Deviled Crabs, Lobsters, Yellow Split Peas,
Pearl Tapioca, Wheat Farina.
. EL tap! (Grosser
PHONES 16 arid 174
Ocala, :" IFHoirEdIa
Was Opened For Business
MON DAY, OCTOB E R 7T H
Domestic Finish on Collars and Cuffs; Hand
Ironed Shirts; Flat Work Carefully Ironed; Open
Air Drying on Fine Fabrics. .: : : :
QUICK AUTO DEUVEEY
Up Town Agency at Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
Store, Where Work will be Called for Twice Daily.
PeCAMP & DM
S. lOUu and Hickory Sis., Ocala, Fla.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester
Clear, southeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 64 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 81 degrees.
Average, 75 degrees.
Fair tonight and Friday.
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
FOR RENT A flve-room house with
all modern conveniences. Apply to
Mrs. H. a Livingston. 123 a 5th St
FOR SALE My little pony, tuggy
and harness complete; very cheap for
cash. Apply at restaurant. Will Lee.
TAKEN UP At my place, .Jersey
cow, unmarked. Owner can have same
by calling on V. Potts, near Berlin.
Fla., and paying for- this ad.
Don't forget that Norris candy will
win tou a home or end a scran. It is
always fresh at Court Pharmacy. Ad.
CLARENCE CA1IP, VU.
WANTED- Situation by
wife; no family; to take
home or farm. Apply, T.
merneld, Fla. 10-8-dw lw
MEN Our Illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach barber trade In
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Bar
ber College, Atlanta, Ga.
Two fine cows for sale, one calf two
and one seven months old. Address R
R. Emmitt. York, Fla,
FOR SALE OR LEASE 20 acres of
good pine land under cultivation with'
buildings and welL Owner going north.
Fred C Smith, Levon, Fla Box 59.
FOR SALE One 4-passenger Cad Cadillac
illac Cadillac automobile, torpedo model. In
fine running order, with all new tires.
The best bargain of the season for
1800 cash. Address, Cadillac Ocala
FOR SALE A perfectly reliable
family horse, surrey and single buggy.
I F. Blalock. ....
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breexe. at
Gerlg's PostofSce Drugstores. Ad.
OCALA EVESixQ STAIt, THntSDAT, OCTOBElV 10, 1012
Call up Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Estimate on Tour
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee fo Save Yon Money on Any Work In Onr Lines
Am we emlr git hmt prt vre are Is ptmUlmm to tramrmntr
ery alere f wark we eatraet to Mand 4he laMpertloa of the ibm
rigid laapertar. It eawta attains ret onr flirare, aad yon are the
rrlaarr, waetaer we aeeare the muirart or not. Give urn m trial.
H. W. TUCKER
port kiko iimck
CHINA DINNER SETS
Order a China Dinner or Dreaklast
Set with your Initial on same.
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Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intelectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
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itories, Dormitories, Ddnlng Hall and Recreation Room3.
Apply for Prospectus to the ister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO, FLORIDA.
Rheumatism, Sciatica, Stiff Neck, Neuralgia
and Lame Back are painful ailments and It Is
desirable to Ret rid of them quickly. For
prompt and sure relief, rub In
. It is a Wonderful Pain Cure and
It pemetrates the flesh to the bone, -warms the Joints, relaxes
the muscles, eases the pain and restores strength and comfort.
For healing cuts, wounds, burns, aores and abrasions of the flesh
It Is very effective.
As a household remedy, for the accidents and ailments that are
always occurring In the family, it has no superior, it should bo
kept on hand so that It can be used promptly. It begins tho
mending process as soon as it is applied and In all minor injuries
it not only cures quickly, but heals without a scar.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.
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A LI DRUGGISTS
Ocalai -MoFlllIiepini IRaSllroad
Effective Sepfember 15th, 1912
No 12 leaves Ocala 7:30 a.m. No 20 leaves Ocala 8:00 a.m.
Ko H leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m. No 22ileaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 15 arrives' Ocala 11:25 a.m. No 21 arrives Ocala 11:00 aan.
No 17 arrives Ocala 6:10 p.m. No 23 arrives Ocala 5:45 p.m.
, S. P. HOLLINRAKE, G. P. A.
the Comedy of
the Same Name
TrMi rWfrafcs ml
tk Plar a Pr4ac
Br Rmmry W. Sara
ooprriht, wii, tj a. k. stj co-
The Woman-Hater's Relapse.
The observation room was as lone lonely
ly lonely as a deserted battlefield and Mar Mar-jorle
jorle Mar-jorle as doleful as a wounded sol soldier
dier soldier left behind, and perishing of
thirst, when the conductor came back
with Snoozleums in his arms.
He regarded with contemptuous
awe the petty cause of so great an
event as the stopping, of the Trans Trans-American.
American. Trans-American. He expected to see Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie receive the returned prodigal
with wild rapture, but she didn't even
smile when he said:
, "Here's your powder-puff."
She just took Snoozleums on her
lap, and, looking up with wet eyes
and a sad, smile, murmured:
"Thank you very much, you're the
nicest conductor I ever met. If you
etf er want another position, I'll see
that my father gets you one."
It was like offering the kaiser a
new job, but the conductor swallowed
the insult and sought to repay it with
"Thanks. And if you ever, want to
run this road for a couple of weeks,
just let me know."
Marjorle nodded appreciatively and
safd: "I will. You're very kind."
And that completed the rout of that
conductor. He retired In disorder,
leaving Marjorle to fondle Snoozle Snoozleums
ums Snoozleums with a neglectful Indifference that
would have greatly flattered Mallory,
if he could have seen through the
partition that divided them.
But he was witnessing with the
cynical superiority of an aged and
disillusioned man the, to him, childish
behavior of Ira Lathrop, an eleventh eleventh-hour
hour eleventh-hour Orlando.
For just as Mallory moped into the
smoking-room at one door, Ira Lath Lathrop
rop Lathrop swept in at the other, his face
rubicund with embarrassment and
ecstasy. He had donned an old frock
coat with creases like ruts from long
exile in his trunk. But he was feel feeling
ing feeling like an heir apparent; and he
startled everybody by his jovial hail:
"Well, boys er gentlemen the
drinks are on me. Waiter, take the
Little Jlmmie woke with a start,
rose hastily to his feet and saluted,
saying: "Present! Who said take the
"I did," said Lathrop, "I'm giving a
party. Waiter, take the orders."
"Sarsaparilla," said Dr. Temple, but
they howled him down and ordered
other things. The porter shook his
head sadly: "Nothin' but sof' drinks
in Utah, gemmen."
A groan went up from the club club-members,
members, club-members, and Lathrop groaned loud loudest
est loudest of all:
"Well, we've got to drink something.
Take the orders. We'll all have sarsa sarsaparilla."
parilla." sarsaparilla." Little Jimmle Wellington came to
"Don't do anything desperate, gen gentlemen'
tlemen' gentlemen' he said, with a look of di
vine philanthropy. "The bar's closed,
but Little Jlmmie Wellington is here
with the life preserver." From his
hip-pocket he produced a silver flask
that looked to be big enough to carry
a regiment through the Alps. It was
greeted with a salvo, and Lathrop
said to Jlmmie: "I apologize for
everything I have said ani thought
about you." He turned to the porter:
"There ain't any law against giving
this way, is there?"
The porter grinned: "Not if you-all
bribe the exercise-Inspector." And he
held out a glass for the bribe, mur
muring, "Don't git tired," as it was
poured. He set it Inside his sanctum
and then bustled round with ice-fllled
glasses and a siphon.
WThen Little Jimmle offered of the
flask to Dr. Temple, the clergyman
put out his hand with a politely hor horrified:
rified: horrified: "No, thank you."
Lathrop frightened him with a sud sudden
den sudden comment: "Look at that gesture!
Doc, I'd almost swear you were a par parson."
son." parson." Mallory whirled on him with the
eyes of a hawk about to pounce, and
"The very Idea!" was the best dis disclaimer
claimer disclaimer Dr. Temple could manage,
suddenly finding himself suspected.
Ashton put in with, "The only way
to disprove it, Doc, is to join us."
The poor old clergyman, too deeply
Involved In his deception to brave
confession now, decided to do and
dare all. He stammered, "Er ah
certainly," and held out his hand for
his share of the poison. Little Jlm Jlmmie
mie Jlmmie winked at the others and almost
filled the glass. The Innocent doctor
bowed his thanks. When the porter
reached him and prepared to fill the
remainder of the glass from the
siphon, the parson waved him aside
with a misguided caution:
"No, thanks. I'll not mix tbem."
Mallory turned away with a sigh:
"He takes hi3 straight- He's no par parson."
son." parson." Then they forgot the doctor In
curiosity as to Lathrop's sudden
spasm of generosity with Welling Wellington's
ton's Wellington's liquor. Wedge wood voiced the
general curiosity when he said:
"What's the old woman-hater up to
"Woman-hater?" laughed Ira. -It's
the old story. I'm going to follow
Mallory's example marriage."
"I hope you succeed," said Mallory.
"Wherever did jou pick up the
bride?" said Wedge wood, mellowing
with the long glass In his hand.
"Brides are easy," said Mallory.
with surprising cynicism. "Where do
you get the rarson?"
"Hang the parson," Wedgewood re repeated,
peated, repeated, "Who's the gel?"
"I'll bet I know who she is," Ash Ashton
ton Ashton Interposed; "it's that nectarine of
a damsel who got on at Green River."
"Not the same!" Lathrop roared. I
"l found my 'bride blooming' Here ail
the while. Girl I used to spark back
In Brattleboro, Vt. Fve been vowlog
for years that Fd live and die an of J
maid. Tve kept my head out of the
noose all this time till I struck thla
train and met np with Anne. We got
to talking over old times waking up
old sentiments. She got on my nerves.
I got on hers. Finally I said, .'Aw,
helL let's get married. Save price of
one stateroom to China anyway. She
says, 'Damned if I don't! -or words
to that effect,"
Mallory broke in with feverish In Interest:
terest: Interest: "But you said you were going
to get married on this train.
"Nothing easier. Here's how!" and
he raised his glass, but Mallory hauled
it down to demand: "How? that's
what IVwant to know. How are you
going to get married on this parson parson-less
less parson-less express. Hare you got a little
minister In your suitcase?"
THEY COME TOGETHER
Ilarkacbe aad Kldaey A one are Uaaally
fafteparable Some Oeala People.
Are Learntaa; How to Get
Rid of Both
Does your back ever ache?
Feel lame, weak so sore you van
Are you making the common mls--ake
Waiting: for it to pass away?
To cure the backache you must cure
The pain may cease, but Is sure to
You may feel tired and worn-out all
Urinary troubles may annoy yoa,
leadaches and dizziness.
Make up your mind your kidneys
Begin taking- Doan's Kidney Pills at
Doan's have strengthened thousands
f sick, weakened kidneys.
Have driven out kidney backaches
No Ocala reader can doubt the fol following
lowing following statement.
It's from a resident of this locality.
R. C. Loveridge. 225 N. 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.
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.
When you want a tender steak, a
superb roast or some delicious crops
or chickens quick, come here and your
dinner won't be late.
Our quality Is of the highest stand standard
ard standard all our meats are of prime ex excellence.
cellence. excellence. Prices tis low as the markets per permit.
mit. permit. Phone 108.
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FIND THREE-TOED HORSE
Scientists Seeking Relics In Nevada
Also Uncover Remains of Prehia Prehia-.
. Prehia-. v torlc Camel and Dog.
Reno, Nev. Marvelous discoveries
of prehistoric mammals in the shale
fields on the desert 28 .miles east of
Mlna, Nev.. are announced as the re result
sult result of the explorations of Prof. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Baker of the department of geo geological
logical geological research of the University of
California. Professor Baker is assist assisted
ed assisted in his researches by Prof. Buwaldo,
also. of the university faculty.
The investigations disclose the fact
that the region about Mlna was once
an immense body of tropical water.
The bones of a three-toed horse, about
the size of a lamb, have been unearth unearthed.
ed. unearthed. The teeth, well preserved, and the
entire remains of a prehistoric dog
have been brought to light. It is be believed
lieved believed that this animal lived at least
five million or six million years ago.
The scientists say that the fields about
Mlna are the most marvelous in the
Fossils eighteen feet high are to be
seen cropping out in the heart of the
desert miles away from any human
life. In the vicinity is a bed of pure
carbonate of magnesia, which assays
show runs 97 per cent
The remains of fish are to be seen
sticking out of the banks. The pro professors
fessors professors are bending their efforts to
obtain specimens of mammals. The
remains of an extinct cameL dating
from the mlocene period, have been
' Eff6rt is being made to obtain speci specimens
mens specimens of the water lizard, believed to
be the oldest known form of animal
life. Fish many feet in length are
to be seen and every indication points
to the fact that the remains, so per perfectly
fectly perfectly preserved, belong to a period at
least five million years ago. Along
the southern edge of the desert, which
is believed to have been a lake at one
time, there has been discovered coal
of a high quality.
An eastern syndicate owns the prop property
erty property upon which the discoveries have
been made. They acquired the land
to work the magnesia deposits and
also to prospect for gold, which is
found in nearby sections. Permission
was granted the scientists by the lo local
cal local manager to study and take speci specimens
mens specimens of the relics. C
An effort will be made to have the
Smithsonian Institution send an ex expedition
pedition expedition to make a thorough study, as
it did of the mammoth tracks discov discovered
ered discovered in the yard of the state peniten penitentiary.
tiary. penitentiary. :
GIRLS TO WEAR BLOOMERS
Playground Instructor Buys 1,600
Yards of Gingham .for Pu Pupils
pils Pupils to Make Up.
Cleveland. Miss Marguerite Kelly,
supervisor of playgrounds, and Miss
Mary Penn, 6ewing instructor, went
on a shopping expedition and bought
1,600 yards of goods.
'Tine trousseau," observed a man,
who wandered Into a room in the City
hall, where Miss Kelly and Miss Penn
were busy with scissors, cutting and
hacking at great bolts of checkered
"Trousseau nothing, scornfully an answered
swered answered Miss Kelly. "This is gingham;
and it's to be made up into bloomers
for girls at the playgrounds. There
are between 800 and 1,000 girls to be
supplied. We decided to have them
make bloomers instead of weaving
mats and baskets. They can't wear
baskets and mats."
"But why the bloomers?"
"Well,"' said Miss Kelly. "They
won't wear certain articles of lingerie
in hot weather. That's the reason, if
you must know."
OREGON GIRLS HIT GOTHAM
Look at New York City and Call It
Devoid of Beauty Its Women
, Blase. ;
New York. Nine Oregon girls who
reached New York from Portland af
ter having motored about the city a
few hours declared that so far as they
could see New York was devoid of
beauty. They are farmers' daughters
who earned the trip by getting sub
scriptions for a newspaper. After two
doys in New York they went to Wash Washington
ington Washington to meet the president, and
finally to Chicago for the Republican
"Eastern women," said Mrs. M. A.
Hartshorn, a newspaper woman who
is chaperon of the party, "are made
up too much to look pretty. Even the
young girls look blase. Their faces
are absolutely devoid of expression
and they cannot be compared with
our girls with their natural vivacity.
And as for your men, they all look so
delicate. Their waist lines are even
smaller than the girls'. They are not
like our men, big and lovable."
Kisses Break Up Church Play.
Chicago. 'When Miss Anita Chus Chus-chow
chow Chus-chow found that she was to be the re recipient
cipient recipient of many kisses In a play given
by the young women of the Ascension
Roman Catholic church, in which she
was to take a leading part, she re refused
fused refused to go on with rehearsals until
the kissing scenes were cut out. Now,
unless a woman can be found who
does not object to being kissed on
the stage, the play will be called off.
Punctuality Coats Her Life.
New York. Jumping into a rapidly
rising elevator, in order to get to her
desk on time. Miss Mary Foreth, a
cashier, fell forward, her body being
caught and crushed beneath the edge
of the floor and the top of the eleva elevator
tor elevator door. When the operator reversed
the lever the lifeless body crashed 25
feet to the basement.
1 I .Mai
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THE MOST IMPARTIAL JUDGK
Must admit that there1 is nothing.
lacking In either the quality or quan quantity
tity quantity of our auto auppllen. Here you
v can obtain everything- from a small
wrench to a set of new tires and at a
price that reduces the upkeep of your
machine by many per cent. Make up
prove It. ;
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North of Government Dolldina Ocaln. Fla.
Account Reunion Fla. Division U.O.
For Tickets, Information. Etc, Call on Nearest
A.C. L. Agent, or
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rwi ; wm j "'.
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A ILP. Stasia CyUaaW
The Motorcycle with a Thousand Speeds!
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She's a wise woman who knows just
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in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Brain -tree,
Yt, is of that kind. "She Insist Insisted
ed Insisted on my using: Dr. Klnga New Dis Dis-covenr,"
covenr," Dis-covenr," writes Mr. F "for a dreadful
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all thought I had only a short time to
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This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. Th
Indian's "flexibility of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch
This device enable the Indian nMM I.:.
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the dutch lever the right degree. I3y this action the
clutch can be "slipped" and the wTmt driven at
the apeed beat auitea to the moment.
In other words, the Variable Speed and Free Engine
Clutch is the means by which the motor power ia fed
to the machine at the will of the rider.
This feature and magneto supplied without extra
coarse ou au 1714 Model 'M-fll,
Ask for a free demonstration.
O. IP. COMDOM
Distributor lor Marlon County OCALA. FLORIDA
LOW ROUND. MP KATES
HTL0HTID COflST LINE
$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, - fold daily, limit Oct 31
$93.55 California points, - cold daily, limit Oct 31
Excursion Dales to Various Points Furnished on Application
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
FAST TRAINS STEEL PULMANS DltJiNG GARS
For Reservation or Information, Call cn Nearest' A. C. L
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