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A r mien of Greece, Bulgaria and Serrla
Clonlao: la on Their Aneleat
London, Oct. 23. The armies of
Servla, Bulgaria and Greece continue
to clear their way to their main ob objective
jective objective points, the Turkish fortresses
of Uskup, Adrianople and Servla, the
last of these a Turkish town on the
Greek armies have crossed the Tur Turkish
kish Turkish frontier at two points. In Eplrus,
at the western end, they have occupied
the heights of Grimbovo, while at the
eastern end they are pursuing the
Turkish troops to their base at Servla,
where an important battle is expected
to be fought. Victory here would car carry
ry carry the Greeks nearer to the Monastar
and SalonikI road. The Servian armies
probably are having the hardest fight fighting
ing fighting just now. They are operating to toward
ward toward Uskup and Prlshtlna, and fur further
ther further north in the district of Nov!
Pazar, and have to contend not only
against Turkish regulars but also
the Arnauts, fiercely fighting Alban Albanian
ian Albanian tribesmen. The Servians have ob obtained
tained obtained possession of the mountain pass
leading to Prishtina.
The reported intention of the Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian army to avoid Adrianople and
head direct for Constantinople is dis dismissed
missed dismissed as impracticable by military
The town of Kirk-Kllessla Is still
held by the Turks, although It is ru rumored
mored rumored that the Bulgarians had taken
the outer positions.
The western Bulgarian army, like
the Servian armies. Is fighting against
large bodies of men assisted by Turk Turkish
ish Turkish artillery and from all accounts
there has been some stiff skirmishing
In which the Bulgarians have been
The Montenegrin army apparently
is Inactive at present.
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In his issue of Oct. 18 Editor Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin once more annihilates the so socialists
cialists socialists in the usual manner, and as
usual quite unsuccessfully so. He
simply repeats for the ten millionth
time, reputed stock arguments of all
opponents of the socialist Idea, who
have an axe to grind, i. e., imagine
themselves interested In perpetuating
the capitalist system of Industry, in
and under what they some how man manage
age manage to ride the poor asses, whom It
has pleased God in his infinite wisdom
to put in this world already saddled
and bridled for democratic, republican
and so-called progressive editors and
their paymasters to ride in ease and
pleasure. Now Mr. Editor In recount
ing your stock objections to socialism
you have overlooked a few. Will you
pardon your correspondent if he comes
to your assistance?
It would occupy too much of your
valuable space to deal with the nine
perversions of socialism for the ten
thousandth time; suffice it to say that
the "Common Cause" in standing for
and defending the greatest capitalist
institution on earth; the greatest ex
ploiter of men, women and children on
earth; the greatest of all agents for
the promotion and perpetuation of ig
norance and superstition on earth; the
most unfair, untruthful, selfish, hypo
critical, deceitful and perverse oppon opponents
ents opponents ever promulgated on earth, Is
hardly a fair contention to Judge so socialism
cialism socialism by.
Mr. Editor please disabuse your
mind of the one stock fallacious ob
jection: Socialists have not invented
socialism, are not promoting the idea
from choice, because some other Idea
would do as well, but as students of
history, sociology, political and indus industrial
trial industrial economy and particularly as deep
delvers In the theory of evolution.
they are here to tell you and all other
opponents and faultfinders, that so so-slalism
slalism so-slalism is bound to come and that
shortly, to save society from destruc
tion through Its own Ignorance, knav
ery and carelessness. Society in sheer
self-defense will and must Inaugurate
socialism because capitalism has
bankrupted it, has ridden it into debt.
mortgage, bondage, slavery and ser servitude
vitude servitude to about ten per cent of its
most brutal, hoggish and unscrupulous
members, that the idea of ever paying
out is too preposterous to occupy a
sane man for a moment. Society must
and will adopt and inaugurate social
ism, because it ofTers the only way out
and no one has so far proposed any
other. Knowing "what was," under understanding
standing understanding "what is," socialists arrive at
the only correct deduction as to "what
will .be" In the near future and are
therefore come to tell you and yours,
that to get the benefits of all this
monopoly and trustification, we. the
entire people, must get on to the in
side of the greatest trust on earth, the
international trust of all society. Mr.
Editor ever since the U. S. census of
1890 the average product for man,
woman and child (so far as the latter
in its slavery displaces, either a man
or a woman) is and has been since
that time, $10.50 per day; the average
pay for the day's work of all those
productively and usefully employed
was and is hardly more than $1.60 per
day. The difference between $1.60 and
$10.50 went to make our galaxy of
plutocrats from Morgan down, amount amounting
ing amounting to 1 per cent of the few plutes
and 10 and 12 per cent of the brainy
crew, who have always just had brains
and conscience enough to live at an another's
other's another's expense, without Tendering
any service whatever in return; that
means a product of at least' $3000 per
year per worker, but our opponents
don't believe it and won't inform them themselves
selves themselves on these questions, prefering to
talk and write through their hats and
chewing the same stale, trite, antedi antediluvian
luvian antediluvian cud over and over to the dis disgust
gust disgust and boredom of thinking people.
Are socialists wrong, when they offer
men and women $2000 per year for a
six-hour day? Mr. Editor tell us
where we are wrong.
t As to your fiat dollar. Well brother,
most sensible people nowadays know
what a dollar it Is hardly worth
while to waste time and Ink on the
subject, but we will Just quiet our
friend's troubled mind as to where the
money Is to come from to pay a man
$2000 or yet $2500 per year. Brother,
this man or woman has got to work
at some useful work, that is beneficial
JOIN THIS PROCESSION NOW,
PERSONAL PARTICIPATION COUPON.
ROLLA WELLS, Treasurer,
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE
200 Filth Avenue, N. Y. City
Desiring to be a participant in the cause of true Democracy,
I herewith enclose $
Send engraved receipt to
Ocala Daily and Weekly Star.
Clip above Coupon and Send with your Contribution TODAY.
to sotlety as a whole, 2000, or 2500
hours per year in order to receive that
much credit on the nooks of the co cooperative
operative cooperative mommonwealth and which
he can exchange at the store also run
for the benefit of all the people and
without any profit making, but at
actual cost, for anything from a white
elephane down to a steam yacht, or a
sandwich, a year's food, clothing,
housing, Instruction, travel and amuse amusement.
ment. amusement. That's an easy problem, friend, and
it means the abolition of poverty and
dependence in socialist parlance. It
will be hard on the dead-beats and
grafters, but we are not interested in
them so anyone can notice it, except
to give them an even chance with all
the rest to earn $2000 or $2500 a year
in the sweat of their own brows. We
will guarantee them a Job when, where
and as long as they want it; there can
be no unemployed problem in the co cooperative
operative cooperative commonwealth; that's the
problem that is going to spoil the cap capitalist
italist capitalist heaven for our plutes. They
keep 5000,000 men and women hunger hungering
ing hungering for a job to earn a living by in
this land of the free and home of the
brave, and they can't give them that, j
even at the beggardly and slavish
wages of the mere peon. Do you know, j
Mr. Editor, if it were not for the un- j
employed, if there were a demand for
the labor of every man and woman the
year around, wages would go soaring
until they would absorb the entire
product and leave nothing for the
brainy crew, who live at the expense
of cheap labor?
Mr. Editor if any one tells you that
we have not got sense enough to run I
the Industries of the country, you I
just tell them that every industry of
any importance in the world nowa nowadays
days nowadays is run by hired labor, from the
management down and that the mere
owners of the paper titles to these in industries
dustries industries were never guilty of running
anything but the country into debt
for gambling and Seeley dinners.
Whether the trusts design to degrade
and Impoverish the people. Is neither
here nor there, they achieve those re
sults without any design and can't
even help it. This is why socialists
demand the nation should own and
conduct the trusts for the benefit of
all the people.
Mr. Editor you see how much space
Is necessary to answer all your stale
objections. I have an idea that this
refutation will fare about the same as
the acceptation of your bet anent the
matter of gold and its damnable effect
on the mind of the ignorant. Intelli Intelligent
gent Intelligent cooperation and scientific divis division
ion division of labor has made the trusts what
they are. but the results and real
achievements and benefits of this
higher organization all go to the few
plutes who own the machinerj-. That
these results and benefits shall go to
the laborer, who produces all this ad additional
ditional additional wealth instead of the idle
owners of these industries Is the aim
and purpose of the socialists of the
world over and that this will result in
all the great benefits to all of society.
Who in this day and time, that Is
capable of thinking for five minutes
can doubt it and offer a reasonable
objection and hope to get that $1000 J
prize by giving a logical capitalist an answer,
swer, answer, where none but a socialist an answer
swer answer can be given.
Chas. F. Schneidtr.
DEAFNESS CAXJTOT TIE CURED
by local applications, as tht-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 Dut 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.)
DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING SATURDAY
Saturday afternoon the democratic
campaign committee will hold its first
speaking in Ocala. Congressman S. M.
Sparkman and State Senator D. C. Mc Mc-Mullen
Mullen Mc-Mullen of Tampa, and Mr. Ion I Farris
of Jacksonville will speak from the
band stand in the court house square
at 2 o'clock. Remember the date and
place and be on hand.
A LOG OX TIIE 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 fails, 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 &
From Their Defeat at ElaaNona Leave
Much War Material to the
Athens, Oct. 23. The Turkish force
that was deefated Saturday Is fleeing
in a panic from Dhlsikata on the way
to the Turkish town of Servia in the
north. The Greek troops are pursu pursuing
ing pursuing them vigorously.
When the Turks abandoned the town
of Elassona, they left behind them
their staff maps and 1,000,000 cart cartridges.
ridges. cartridges. They also dropped during their
retreat much of their clothing and
most of their engineering implements.
The total losses to the Greeks dur during
ing during the engagement are given as one
captain, two substitute lieutenants and
nineteen Infantrymen killed and seventy-five
The Greek troops in Spirus have oc occupied
cupied occupied the heights commanding Grim Grimbovo
bovo Grimbovo and those of Xlrovounl. The
Turkish artillery fire upon the heights
of Grimbovo was without material
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SEED, XEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman. Ocala. Ad.
Here Is a woman wha speaks from
personal knowledge and long exper experience,
ience, experience, viz:., Mrs. P. H. Brogan. of Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Fa., who says, "I know from ex experience
perience experience that Chamberlain Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
For croup there Is nothing that excels
It." For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
Dallas, 'Oct. 22. Mrs. A. J. Hall and
interesting little daughter, Edith of
Boardman, were the guests of her
mother and brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Groff for a few days.
Miss Hicks who had been attending
school at Oxford, made a short stop
over at Dallas Friday afternoon on
her way to Levon.
We are glad to learn that Mrs.
Smith and daughter, Mrs. Gant, are
thinking o'f resuming their old posi positions
tions positions of postmistress and shopkeeper.
It is rumored that two new resi residences
dences residences are to go up in our vicinity
before very long.
FORTUXES IX FACES
There's often much truth in the say saying,
ing, saying, "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 Pills. They promote health
and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Co.-(Adv-)
1800 acres pine timber east of the
Oklawaha river In tp. 16 r. 24
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Office. 323. Buite 1 to 7 Holder Block. 8outhwet
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Square
Xofet Cll made by perl I appolaf meat. Special Geall Urlaarr Cllale
after 7 p. m. eara day.
AT. Thomas, Prks. J. Thompson, Manager
I The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
l Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
X MANUFACTURERS OF
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
y stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
f Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de-
X scriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
& in Brick, Stone and Cement.
& Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti
mates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
pnonc 331 OCALA, FLORIDA-
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 10.00
1 G-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition ... 18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 0 50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only ...... 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only 5.73
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.00 :
t used Graphophone and 8 Records, very heap at .... . ...... 12.R"
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at. .. .. .. .20c, 30c, 40c eccb
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for ..10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $I.OO; for Iron beds, $3.3
SMITH'S, Back ol Variety Store
SOLD WEATHER EOMFORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Apronsv
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when it is so ea.y to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings l.i -also
complete and we have enough horne blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any-,
thing in our line.
KNIGHT l JLIaJSHG
Effective September 151h, 1912
No 12 leaves Ocala 7:30 a.m.
No 14 leaves Ocala 2:15 p.m.
No 15 arrives Ocala 11:25 a.m.
No 17 arrives Ocala G:10 p.m.
No 20 leaves Ocala 8:00 a.nv
No 22 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.ch
No 21 arrives Ocala 11:00 axi.
No 23 arrives Ocala 5:45 p.n
S. P. HOLLINRAKE, G. P. A.
OCALA EYEXIXG SlAR, VElXESIAV OCTOBER 23, 1912
OCALA EVENING STAR
Dlttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
IL R. Carroll, lioslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla.. as second clas mail matter.
Often a man says "I hope," when he
means he only wishes. If we could all
top wishing when we stop hoping.
life would be easier.
The "colonel" arrived at his home
at Oyster Bay Tuesday raorn'ngr. He
stood the trip well and said he was
feeling "Just line."
Dispatches from Constantinople- say
that a great battle Is raging around
Adrlanople and the Bulgarians are
having the worst of It.
Andrew Carnegie has returned from
Europe early In order, he says, to vote
for his friend. Mr. Taft. Mr. Came
gle's friend needs all the votes he can
CHURCH AXD STATE
We heard so many expressions of PIANO TOU SALE Good Instrn
.nn.n.i f natr TitiTivftn steDhens l ment at a Daream. Apply 10 t. i
r m I .
sermon on "Civic Righteousness," -j I'liiman.
preached at the Baptist church la3t FOR SALE A perrectly reliable
Sunday morning, that we secured hlsjfamjiy horse, surrey and single buggy.
notes and with pleasure present themjL. F. Blalock.
to our readers, inis is a timi FOR SALE 3 mules, 2 wagons and 1
and we are giaa 10 see ie tiers hutrs,v D- R H naskin. Anthonr.
bringing it to tne rroni. me oia ayFia
of the politician with "ways mat are
dark and tricks that are vain" are over
progressive men In oea The ttek- Jfc'w street
ster, wire puiier ana mo uuv.jr
r will be relegated to the burrows
and th man who stands "four square
for sl rloan. honest eovernment is the nne running oraer. wun an new nres
rv,-i, rnfia The best bargain of the season for
Vf. stnhn took for his text Rom. cash.
13:1-7. and spoke In substance as rol-l r-
iow-8: I For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
It has been true since the beginning flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
of human history that men have been Star office. Ad.
subject to a higher power. This power
has manifested Itself in various forms: WE WILL MAIL YOL SI
the controlling power of law, the mas- rOT each set of old False Teeth sent u
tery of the slave owner, the dominion Highest prices paid tor old uoid, bu-
n.r.A fulom th Qiia'slvA I er, Oia v aicnes, r.ronen Jeweiry aim
of kings and other rulers, the suasive rreplou3 stones. Money sent by return
Influence or parents, tne redeeming mail.
lov of God. Men have lived In har-ll'blla. Smelting & IttFlnlog Company
mony with the will of these powers ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
and experienced peace and prosperity;! s3 Chestnut St Philadelphia, Pa.
... u 1 1 .1 l ann I Ulj.llists
mey nave reueueu ... b Gold Flllinsrs.
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good second-hand cooking ransc. Ap-
FOR SALE One 4-pa?senger Cad
illac automobile, torpedo model, in
Address, Cadillac, Ocala
There Is no war in the Balkans at
least, not yet. The Balkans are a
hundred miles to the Tear of the bat battle
tle battle lines, and there will be no fighting
among them unless the Turk Is over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly -victorious.
A battle Is impending at Vera Cruz
between the federals and the men who
led by Colonel Diaz, nephew of the
dictator, have broken out In the latest
revolt against Madero. If Diaz is
beaten, his name Is mud. but If he wins
he will probably march on the capital
and chase Madero out.
suffered the loss of peace and received Gold Scrap and
punishments varying according to tne prices paid. Ad
severity of the offense and the severity
of the master. HOUSE AXD FLAT FOR ItFTVT
Our text deals with service to gov
ernment. What shall be our attltnde I For rent furnished or unfurnished.
as a church to our government, or howl gas stove with house, most desirable
can we best serve our country? location. Apply to phone 216 or ad
Negatively. Not by the union of dress No. 139 Fort King avenue. Ad
church and state. Men have led the
church into perilous ways by teaching
The church has not al
THE BANK'S CHARACTER
Regardless of national or state banking laws
and regulations, the men who own and conduct a
banking business are, in fact, The Bank.
The Muoroe fc Chambliss Bank is owned and
operated by men well known throughout this sec section
tion section of Florida for their character, integrity, abil ability,
ity, ability, and long business experience.
These men have watched The Muoroe &
Chambl iss Bank grow from itsjufancy, they have
given it the benefit of their bushier knowledge,
they have devoted their time and attention to the
guidance of its affairs.
These men are The Munroe fc Chambliss
Bank, and your affairs in this Hank's care have,
in short, the care and attention of the men who
are in the bank.
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
We Make Your
COLLARS AMD) SUMS
Looks as if they had just been Pur Purchased
chased Purchased from your Haberdasher.
Every One Admires That "NEW"
Look on a Collar and all Good Dress Dressers
ers Dressers Demand the Domestic Finish:
Phone Us to Send Our Auto
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"WATCH US GROW!"
such an union.
ways profited .by the experience of !X;MXX.w :XKXK
Christ with Satan on the
The opening battles between the
Oreeks and Turks are going on In
Macedonia under the very shadows of
Mount Olympus. This should certain certainly
ly certainly incite the Greeks to do their best.
In that same region twenty-two cen centuries
turies centuries ago were organized the Mace Macedonian
donian Macedonian phalanxes that routed ten times
their own number at Issus and Arbela
and marched almost unchecked from
the Hellespont to the Indus.
Thomas Fortune Ryan testified be before
fore before the Senate campaign committee
In Washington that he gave 1450,000 to
the democratic campaign fund In 1904.
We have no doubt that Mr. Ryan
meant well, and was generous, but the
support of men of his stamp was a
millstone around the neck of the party
In. 1904, In which year It received Its
worst beating since 1872. The voters
naturally concluded that such men as
Mr. Ryan were not contributing coin
out of pure patriotism, and thought
that If a gang of grafters was going
to rule they would rather have those
they were used to.
mount of ..
temptation. Christ was victorious then; y
the devil has gained me victory many ,,
times since. Some one said that "the A
most ominous day tne cnurcn ever saw
... i v
was the day when constanune me
Great, having renounced heathenism.
at least in part, proclaimed himself
the imperial patron of Christianity and
defender of the faith. That alliance
of church and state set back the
nhnmh fnr nantiirloa. anil to thin dav
she Is reeling beneath the satanic stab
she then received. IX
Baptists have always stood for sep
aration or cnurcn ana state, ine move-i v
ment In this country started with the
expulsion or Koger wimams irom
Dr. J. C. Boozer, president of the
Commercial Bank, has returned from a
visit to the Georgia State Fair at Ma Macon.
con. Macon. The doctor obtained many valua valuable
ble valuable Ideas at .this fair, some of which
he will use to advantage In the Mar Marlon.
lon. Marlon. County Fair next month. In which
local Institution he takes a deep In Interest
terest Interest Most of the counties In Geor
gia made large exhibits at the fair
and the aggregate was most Imposing.
Particularly fine were the boys' corn
club exhibits and untold good has
been done the corn growing Industry
of the state by the work of and en encouragement
couragement encouragement given In this department
Dr. Boozer, takes a special Interest In
this feature of the fair, as he was the
originator of the clubs In this county.
The federal grand Jury In Chicago
Is Investigating Jack Johnson, to see
if there Is any evidence that he has
violated the white slave act. The In
dlgnatlon against Johnson Is nation nationwide,
wide, nationwide, and he would stand a good
chance of being lynched In a southern
or western city. Jack Johnson, how
ever, three generations from the Af
rlcan Jungle, Is not as much to blame
as the white men and women who have
boosted him Into his present position
He has only followed the dictates of
his nature, while they have perverted
theirs for the sake of gain. Jack
would probably be a good nigger If
wiiiie men naun i rnaue a. 1001 01 rum
He has been good to his old mammy,
which Isn't any too frequent a virtue
In darkles or white men, either.
The Ocala Star says that the dates
of the Marlon County Fair will con
fllct with those announced for the fair
In Duval county. "The people of this
section feel that Duval Is not treating
us right." says the Star, "for the Mar
Ion County Fair has been held on these
dates for the past five years. The
premium list has been out since June
and carries over fifty Jacksonville ad
vertlsers." Possibly the dates may be
changed, and It Is likely that there
was nothing In the minds of the fair
committee to antagonize the people of
Marion county, the selection of the
dates having no doubt been a coincl
If they are going to be changed.
they should be changed soon, as the
fair Is only, a month off.
Evlnston, Oct. 22. Mrs. W. P. Shet-
tleworth returned last Saturday from
Rochelle, where she had been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. II. M. Smith.
Miss Flora McRae has been visiting
relatives In Columbia, S. C, for the
past two months. On her way home
she was met In Jacksonville by Mr. F
B Hester, Jr., and last Thursday eve
ning they were quietly married at the
home of Mr. W. P. Atkins, a cousin of
the groom. These young people are
both very popular &ere and their
many friends wish for them much
Mr. W. P. Atkins of Jacksonville
pent a few days here last week with
his cousin, Mr. F. B. Hester.
Miss Alma Prince spent last week
at Irvine with her cousin. Miss Lola
Miss LJska Collins spent 'Saturday
and Sunday with relatives at Irvine,
uttie miss uva jonnson has a
slight attack, of fever this week.
Miss Jessie Wilson, who has been
lck for the past week, returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from her home at Lake Butler
and opened school again Monday.
Quite a number of our people have
been attending the revival services In
the Presbyterian church at Mcintosh,
conducted by Rev. Way. They report
a very Interesting meeting.
Misses Rosa Ley and Inez Collins
have returned to their home at Irvine
after a very pleasant visit here with
The Ladles' Missionary Society of
the Methodist church held Its regular
meeting last Friday afternoon at the
church. There was a good attendance
and a very Interesting service was
Rev. J. L. Yeats filled his regular
appointment In the Methodist church
last Sunday morning and night. Both
sermons were excellent
An ExposMoe oS Mglu Class
FALL WMTEM (STOPS
For Your Enlightenment - For Your Pleasure - For Your Service.
mass. unode island ana Virginia t
TAiicnr t n a lama rtur wu n inn ii m ii i x
llshed church and succeeded in pass-
the first constitutional amend
on the theory bv Intuition for no I
where does scripture In so many
words command a separation. God re
nuirpa AllpcIancA to his will and the I
state requires allegiance to her laws,
Which shall receive It? Both, but in
at different sense,
The state Is temporal and Its gov
ernment statutory; therefore, Its loy
alty Is legal. God Is eternal and spir
ltual, therefore he requires the alle allegiance
giance allegiance of the. spiritual man. A free
church In a free state has always been
the attitude of Baptists.
lclple of free- y
e, let us con-
Recognl-lng this prin
dom of church and state!
sider in an affirmative way the atti
tude of the church to the state
First of all, before any kind of help
ful service can be rendered to the
state, there must be a degree of love
for the state. The love of country
has always been considered one of the
noblest impulses of the human soul
The craven mind which to itself hath
never said: "This Is my own, my natively
land," nor felt the thrill or pride
which animates the heart of the pa patriot
triot patriot at the thought of his country's
glory, has ever borne the contempt of
mankind and will go to an unworthy
grave, "unwept, unhonored and tin
Love of country Is naturally follow
ed by obedience to Its laws. God com
mands this. Peter 2:13, "Submit your
selves to every ordinance of man for
the Lord's sake: whether It be to the
king, as supreme, or unto governors, j DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING SATURD AY
as unto them that are sent by him for
Whatever you desire In Winter Apparel, You can supply your wants from our Complete Showing of Velvet Cor Corduroys,
duroys, Corduroys, Whip Cords, Serges, Broadcloth, Messalines. Satins, Silk Serges and Crepe de Chines in all the leading col colors.
ors. colors. We ask you to call and inspect our Laces, Neck wear and all fancy Trimmings, for your Morning, Afternoon
and Evening Dresses.
Our Poplins, Galateas, Percales, Ginghams, Chambrays and Calicoes are of the newest Patterns, and the very
thing for School Dresses. See our line of Tailored Suits, Skirts and Waists. We can lit you up with Rain Coats
and Umbrellas, for the rainy day.
Watch our Windows; for all that is New in Suits and Suit Materials
for both Ladies' and Misses. .: ;
Whether just Looking or Buying, the Welcome to come and see "the New Goods for the
Autumn and Winter of Nineteen Twelve- and Thirteen is Sincere. Come.
chiefs Handkerchiefs and
Phone, Dry Goods 40 Oc&la, Flfil. Dry Goods, Phone 40
the punishment of evil doers, and for
the praise of them that do well. For
so is the will of God, that with well
doing ye may put to silence the Ig Ignorance
norance Ignorance of foolish men: As free and
not using your liberty for a cloak of
maliciousness, but as the servants of
God." Then again in Titus 3:1, "Put
them In mind to be subject to princi principalities
palities principalities and powers, to obey magis magistrates,
trates, magistrates, to be ready to every good
Furthermore, pray for those In au authority.
thority. authority. I Tim. 2:1-2 gives a clear in instance
stance instance of the apostle's command to
pray for such: "I exhort, therefore,
first of all, that supplications, prayers,
intercessions, and giving of thanks, be
made for all men; for kings and for all
that are in authority." It Is also sug suggested
gested suggested that those la authority be com commended
mended commended for doing well. "We are free
to complain when they do evil; why
not commend righteousness?
Then, by consecrated service in be behalf
half behalf of, or with a view to, evangeliz evangelizing
ing evangelizing the state's citizenship, Christ deals
with Individuals and not with nations.
Our method of evangelizing our gov government
ernment government must be through the indi individuals
viduals individuals who make up that government.
Not with the state as a political unit
but with the units who make up the
state. There are those who may claim
that our country Is already a Chris Christian
tian Christian nation. It Is only nominally so.
A casual study of the following figures
will be convincing: The population of
the United States Is about 95 millions.
Of that number only about 22 millions
belong to the protestant churches of
America, while 12 millions adhere to
other sects, leaving about 60 million
unevangelized. What a work we have
on our hands In the saving of our own
"Civilization is the child of Chris
tianity, as a iree cnurcn within a
free state let us show our love for the
powers that be by obedience to the
laws of the state, by praying for those
In authority and working earnestly
and perseveringly for the evangeliza evangelization
tion evangelization of the nation through the salva salvation
tion salvation of the units who make up the
Saturday afternoon, the democratic
campaign committee will hold its first
speaking in Ocala. 'Congressman S. M.
Sparkman and State Senator D. C. Mc Mc-Mullen
Mullen Mc-Mullen of Tampa, and Mr. Ion I Farris
of Jacksonville will speak from the
band stand in the court house square
at 2 o'clock. Remember the date and
place and be on hand.
CANDIDATES A HE COMIXO
Messrs. K. R. Gunby, M. G. Gibbons,
II. L. Anderson, W. C. Hodges and
other prominent progressives will be in
the city Oct. 28, and address the peo people
ple people on the issues of the campaign.
LOST AXD FOUND
FOIt SALE AT f!75
OLLIE MOHDIS MARKET OPEN'
The market formerly Known as the
Ollle Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
band a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OL.L.IE MORDIS,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
A St. Louis well machine that will
make wells from seven inches down
through any kind of rock. Address,
D. C. Stanley, Belleview, Fla.
KNIGHTS OF PTTIIIAS
7:30 p. m. at
Ocala Lodge No. 19
held every Monday at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
ing brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad.
LOST Somewhere on street between
the express office and Jerry Burnett's
store, an old envelope containing a $20
bill and a check drawn in favor of Mrs.
S. A. Ellis for $4. Finder please leave
same at Miss Affleck's millinery store
and receive suitable reward.
J. C. Ray, Winneld, 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
needeJ a catheter. He continued to use
Foley Kidney Pills until entirely
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Sick headache is caused by a disor
dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's j
Tablets and correct that and the head- i
aches will disappear. For sale by all
MARIOX-DUXJf MASONIC LODGE
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp, No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting Friday evening, Nov. 8,
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.
Terkeween Oil, the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or sides and all other ache3. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. Ad.
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerig's Postofce Drugstores. Ad.
R. Ia Martin, room 9 Merchant's
block, will sell now a few choice lots
fronting on lake, close to Lake Weir
station, at bargain prices. If you ever
expect to own a lot on Lake Weir pur purchase
chase purchase should be made n')w. as these
lots, within two years, will be worth
five times the price at which they are
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser
Arkansas Chm & Fever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrippe.
Tydings & Co. Ad.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerful,
penetrating and relieving remedy will
be found in BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT.
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 23c,
50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give
new life. Sold at Court Pharmacy. 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 opinion: "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
Tulula Lodge No. 11, Independent
Order of Odd Fellow-?, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock In
Yonge's hall, Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Ad.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle oi Chamberlain's
Couarh Remedy for his boy who had a
cold, and before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than to pay a five dollir
doctor's bill. Sold by all dealers. (Ad.)
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.
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
OCALA LODGE NO 2S6, n. P. '. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
coNconni v lodge f. r. of a.
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.
Please remember that you can ob obtain
tain obtain everything you need in the toilet
line at the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of the
stomach are their most common ail ailment.
ment. ailment. To correct this you will find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab Tablets
lets Tablets excellent. They are easy and
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
in effect. Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
. F. A. Wootsey, a nreaKman 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 sa wan advertisement
of Foley Kidney Pills and after taking
one bottle I was better, and when I
haJ taken two more I was thoroughly-
For quick signs painted while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
A good remedy for a bad cough is
BALLARD'S IIOREIIOUND SYRUP. It
heals the lungs and quiets irritation.
Price 25c. 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Ad.
The Ocala Lodge, No. 699. Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. If.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad.
SAVED BY HIS WIFE
She's a wise woman who knows Just
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad. what to do when her husband's life Is
I in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Brain-
To'jr vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerig's Postoffice Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents. Ad.
W. A. Rimes, Ruston. La., writes:
"Sometime agro 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
Tills fixed me. I will recommend them
to all sufferers from kidney trouble."
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Adv.)
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 i
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 11.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. (Adv.)
LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF
(EOOP TMMGS TO EAT
You will Surely Find Something that you
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below are.
JUST IN, and will be found Fresh and Fine
Full Cream Edam Cheese in tins 50c
French Roquefort Cheese in individual jars 20c
French Roquefort Cheese in large jars 35c
German Camembert M tins 50c
Brie M 44 50c
Bierkase 44 50c
Dutch (Vazet) 4 44 44 44 40c
Switzerland Sap Sago 44 44 cakes each. 10c
Italy Grt. Parmasan 44 44 large bottles 25c
44 44 44 44 44 small 44 15c
American Clob 44 44 44. 44 ars ...... 15c
44 4 large 44 25c
" Pimento " 44 small 44 15c
44 Philadelphia Cream Cheese in ars. 15c
44 Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil 10c
Shef fords Snappy Cheese in fin foil 10c
Dill Pickles, the good kind from Germany, dozen 20c
Pate de Foie Gras, with Truffles, large ars.- $1.25
44 44 44 44 44 44 .small 44 $1.00
Truffes Brossees in large bottles 75c
44 small 44 50c
Boneless Anchovies in oil 44 35c
Puree of Partridge with Trollies per tin 25c
44 Venison 44 44 44 44 25c
44 44 Quail 44 44 44 44 25c
Pure de Foie Gras 44 4- 44 44 25c
The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Ale, 20c bottle, per dozen $1.90
Knorr's Consomme' Cubes 3c
44 Socp Tablets 10c
Japanese Preserved Jinger, small pots 30c
large 44 60c
Beckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quaits
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::: : Florida
OCALA EYEKTSG STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1012
1 Mracfs from si ffltory
"I Will Try His Plan"
I've been thinking of tne 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.
It 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.
just wnat are my living expenses.
Now, to figure
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
,M. tt'e have fast received Our
mrM First Carload of Stock for
tliis Season. This car con contained
tained contained some Fxceplionally
tine Horses and Mules
Selected in Pei son, in the
Atlanta Market, by &?r.
Tompkins. Tall at the
Barns and took tre Drove
over, while the Selection is
-X vy large, ana fick uui wnai
y-rfflM-' you Ned. The Animals
ftoPYRicvrr . ; r: arc Guaranteed and the
PRICES and TERMS are RIGHT.
PKINS & COBB
Phone 117, OCALA, FLORIDA
FIRE DRILL AT THE HIGH SCHOOL
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Miss Janet McCredie, we regTet to
say, is quite ill.
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the OcaLa Seed Store. Ad.
Mr. Fred Turner of Sanford i3 a bus business
iness business visitor in Ocala today.
A new Ihf of tolled requisites-just
In. Cerig's Postofflce Drugstores. Ad.
Sheriff.!. I Galloway has returned
from a businf.s visit to Fitsgerald,
Master Charles Duval
home of his parents on
is ill at the
At the meeting of the Odd Fellows
last nij?ht, Mr. J. G. Swain was given
the initiatory degree.
Miss Josephine Bullock will enter entertain
tain entertain at eirds Thursday evening in
honor of Mr. and Mr3. Ieon Fishel.
"While rhnpplng-, stop anrt cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; just want your company. Ad.
The Star regrets to learn that Miss
Blanche Hall, its efficient correspond correspondent
ent correspondent at Candler, is a victim of the grip.
The K. of P. will pass on their new
by-law next Monday night, and a full
attendance is desired.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
Xnly at Gerig's Tostoffice Drugstores.
Tomorrow, Messrs. J. P. Galloway,
J. IT. Spencer, Louis Lang and others
will go for a big deer hunt which will
last several days. :
Mr. S. S. Duval, traveling salesman
for the three big Rentz sawmills,
went to Fort Myers today, in the in interest
terest interest of the mills.
y't-t.z-m. i v m x d i .
1.11 IJfl tU
HAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
F you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
Wc are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Marion' Hardware Co.
We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty Hi fFer fFer-ent
ent fFer-ent styles?, and nearly as
many different price?.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other xlors 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 FURNISHINGS STORE
Mr. ami Mr. Donald Frazler will
shortly nuve into one of the Rhein Rhein-auer
auer Rhein-auer cottages between South Second
and South Third streetg.
Mr. W. O. Massay came up this
morning from Xorlh Lake Weir. Mr.
Mas.-ey has his hofne there completed
now and he and Mrs. Massey are very
much In love withLit.
Mr.H. C. Muncaster, the live wire
secretary of the Ocala Board of Trade,
returned last nlsht from Savannah.
where he has heen for several days on
The Ladies' Missionary Society of
the Tresbyterian church will meet to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
manse. The president has telegraphic
messages from Korea, and all members
are requested to be present to hear
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores.
Mrs. Davis Turnley of Fort Meade,
who has been in the city with her
mother, Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, left to today
day today for her home. Mrs. Gary Is much
When you are sick and need a physi
cian, remember that anything he or orders
ders orders will be sure to be compounded In
the right way at the Court Pharmacy.
Miss Vic Raysor went to Lowell to
day, but will return Friday. Miss Ray-
sor's friends will be glad to know she
has entirely recovered from her recent
Mr. Marcns Frank Is fitting up the
rear half of, the, second story of his
store for a display room for the ladles'
ready to wear department. The room
has' been beautifully finished and
pretty -cabinets, tables and shelving Is
being put in on which the goods will
be displayed. A broad and easy stair stairway
way stairway will be put In the rear of the
store leading to this room where cus customers
tomers customers can be shown the goods. The
front half of the second floor will be
used for a stock or ware room. Mr.
Frank will have the work completed
by the end of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Coleman who
came here from Montana some tlm
ago, have sold their truck farm near
town and will leave next week for
their former home to be with a daugh
ter, who Is very 111. They will return
to Ocala again In the near future to
reside permanently, as they like the
place very much.
The Eastern Star sewing circle met
with Mrs. S. P. Anthony yesterday aft
ernoon. Twelve ladies were present
and a delightful afternoon was spent
in social chat and with busy needles
Ice cream and cake was served. Re
newed Interest is being taken In the
meetings and a great deal of work li
being planned for this winter.
- Deputy Sheriff J. Drigance hand
ed the Star a tVIlson and Marshall
dollar today, andwe are afraid It will
be Marlon's la?t -democratic dollar of
the campaign. We are not exactly
glad to say that one or two counties
in Florida have been stingier than
Principal Workman started the
teachers and pupils at the high school
In the practice of the Are drill yester
day. It was carried out with much ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency and enthusiasm, and the Star
hopes It will be kept up. There Is
only one chance in a thousand that It
will be needed, but If It ever Is It will
do more good In sixty seconds than
all the other studies put together can
do in an entire term.
XEW SETTLERS ARRIVE
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cole arrived In
Ocala a few days since from Califor
nia to make their home with us. They
have bought forty acres of hammock
or mixed land adjoining the golf link3
on the east from the Gary estate and
have commenced to build a house and
otherwise Improve the property.
WEDXESDVY MORXIXG MUSICALS
The above named popular club of
cultured women met this morning with
an unusually large attendance in Miss
Connor's studio. Several new members
were introduced and rece'ved the
chautauqua salute of welcome. Miss
Bessie MacKay read a review of
opera for the coming season and Mrs.
Izlar read an account of a salon en
tertainment given by the famous Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell Club at the Waldorf Astoria,
This was of special Interest as Miss
Porter, one of the Ocala club's mem
bers, belonged to this organization
during her last year's stay 'n New
York. These music notes were fol
lowed by the first lecture recital of
the series to be given by the director,
Miss Byrd "Wartmann and Miss Mar
guerite Porter. Miss Wartmann in her
clear, incisive way touched on the
characteristics of Italian opera, men
tioning specially Verdi as a represen representative
tative representative of the old school and Puccini of
the new. in Italian music. She then
told most graphically the story of
Vide, the best of the Verdi operas.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver played with finish
and style the two grand marches. The
March of the Priests and The Tri Triumphal
umphal Triumphal March, and Miss Porter sang
the celebrated aria, O! Celeste Aide,
which has made Caruso famous. In
exceedingly pure, sweet and beautiful
tones. Her Italian was smooth and
liquid as that delightful language
alone can be. Miss Wartmann then
told the tragic story of Tosea, Puccini's
most popular opera and Miss Porter
sang Tosca's Prayer, also In the orig original.
inal. original. This number is said to be a great
favorite with Farrar. who was the
Tosca of the Metropolitan Opera House
last season. After announcing the
program for next week the club ad
journed. Miss Wartmann, Miss Por
ter and" Mrs. Mclver were showered
With expressions of pleasure and ap
preciation for their excellent work
from tho club -members. Reporter.
FLORIDA SCRUBS MAT
PLAY HERE FRIDAY
The scrub team from the University
of Florida may come to Coal i Fri l.iy
to play the high school team a return
game. -The scrub team was to have
come to Ocala on Nov. 2. but the game
was cancelled as the Ocala boys were
so anxious to play the Duval High
BEAUTIFUL WATER SCEXES
AT THE AIR DOME TOXIGIIT
The feature at the Air Dome tonight
will be the picture showing how the
large sea-going vessels are salvaged
after being wrecked- Some beautiful
scenes of the ocean are shown In this
picture, also some large wrecks as they
are blown to pieces too small to ob obstruct
struct obstruct navigation. This Is an educa educational
tional educational picture. The rragTam Is:
The Wreck of the Vega.
A Bold Game. Drama.
Saving an Audience. A Vitagraph
comic, featuring Lillian Walker.
Admission 5 and 10c. Show starts
promptly at o'clock. Handsome
prizes given Friday night.
V. C. T. U.
Mrs. Louis Duval will entertain a
few friends to enjoy an evening with
Mrs. E. H. Mote of Leesburg on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon. Jdrs. Mote Is a great
social favorite in Ocala and her friends
are always delighted to greet her.
William Allen, the 18-year-old son
of Mrs. Allen of Floral City, was
brought to the hospital yesterday. He
is suffering from injury to the bone
from a hurt on the head received sev
eral months ago.
DR. W. K. LANE
The women of the W. C. T. V. are a
band of earnest, faithful, unselfish
workers. The meeting held by them
yesterday afternoon at the Methodist
church was one of perfect harmony and
alive with Interest.
In the absence of the president. Mrs.
W. T. Gary. Mrs. George Martin pre presided.
sided. presided. After the singing of a hymn,
the reading of the crusade Psalm and
prayer, the minutes were read by the
secretarr, Mrs. B. II. Seymour.
The reports from the departments
were extremely encouraging. Six new
members had been added to the roll of
80, since the last meeting. The treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, Mrs. Kirkland, reported a snug
sum In the treasury. A vote of thanks
was extended Taylor Bros, for the
liberal discount they made on the Ice
used In the W. C. T. U. water coolers
on the street during the summer. Be Being
ing Being the last meeting before the state
convention the following delegates
were appointed to go to Starke to at attend
tend attend the convention: The officers of
the union and Mesdames J. II. Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, E. Van Hood, C. N. Kirkland
with Mrs. G. L. Taylor and Mr. W. W.
Clyatt as alternates.
Then followed the annual election of
officers. Mrs. W. T. Gary was unani unanimously
mously unanimously re-elected president by a rising
vote. There were mai:y expressions
of appreciation of the splendid work
done under the direction of Mrs. Gary
during the past year. Mrs. Martin was
appointed to write Mrs. Gary of her
re-election and to aidure her of the
esteem and love of the women of the
union. A new office of assistant sec secretary
retary secretary was created and Miss Llllie
Roux was chosen to fill same. Mrs.
Kirkland declined re-election as treas treasurer
urer treasurer and Mrs. J. H. Livingston receiv received
ed received a unanimous vote for that Import
ant position The other officers were
all re-elected except the vice presi-
ent of the Baptist church for which
place Mrs. R. A. Burford was elected.
Mrs. Duval read "A Message to the
Teachers of Marion," prepared by the
press committee, and submitted for ap
proval before being mailed to every
teacher, white and colored. In the
county. The union Is laying founda foundations
tions foundations deep and broad for the future
and expects the coming year to be one
of the best in its history. Reporter.
SpeelallMt Eyr, Ear, None and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.
Walter Lewis, who was arraigned In
Judge Bell's court for throwing hot
water on Mathew Richardson, was dis discharged.
charged. discharged. The evidence was that It
was an accident and that Lewis had
moreover done all In his power to
make amends to Richardson for the
Lonle McCrae, a negro man charg charged
ed charged with embezzlement was arraigned
Jhefore Judge Bell this morning and
Y;hls trial will be held on Nov. 7.
fOIE YS KIDNEY PITT f ; fOIEY'S 0SIK0MXAI1VE
diOMAtrt TaowttLK. ana CvhiirATiw.
Walker Swann, the negro preacher
; charged with stealing four hundred
;and fifty dollars from some other ne ne-y
y ne-y sroes. was tried before Judge Lyles
X I this morning. Mr. W. K. Zewadski was
y'the attorney for the defense and Mr.
Jj Edwin Spencer, Jr.. and Mr. Emanuel
.i. Martin were the prosecuting attor attor-neys.
neys. attor-neys. Swan was bound over to the
y circuit court.
Y H. M. Beatty. Little Rock, Ark., says:
J i "For the past two years I suffered
A j with kidney trouble, had severe pains
ai;iu;-3 ui wain a.iiu over my nip3 mat
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
fully say made me a sound and well
man." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Ad.)
What Arc You Paying?
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
Extract, two 10c bottles for. .15c
Regular 23c. size for 20c
Large Pail Snowdrirt $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift 50c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue Hen Matches per pkg 15c
O Cakes Kxpost 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
N'o. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3....
. .for 25c
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound. .30c
3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Pkgs. Lipton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser
15 Pounds Sugar $.1.00
14 Pounds Whole Rice $.100
Old Country Blend Tea, per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil COc
Bulk Oatmeal per pound..,
Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
0 Cans Karo Syrup
Heinz Vinegar, per gallon. .
Irish Potatoes, per peck
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour. .
12-lb. Sak Pilsbury Flour 30c
24-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour $1.00
Half Barrel Pilsbury Flour . .$3.75
ie lhs. Ifpnrv Clav Flour 50c
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $1.00
48 lb. Henry Clay Flour ...$1.95
00 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $3.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
12 lbs. Bob White Flour 45c
2 4 lbs. Bob White Flour 85c
90 lbs. Bob White Flour $3.35
Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$0.50
Fair tonight, colder north and cen
tral portions Thursday, fair and cold colder
er colder central and northeast portions.
"We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas.
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company. Ad.
We have for sale some first class,
mproved Curt oats at our place at
Oak, Fla. 32 pounds per bushel. Price,
1 per bushel. Orders filled promptly.
Address, Howell & Griggs, Oak, Fla.
Partly cloudy, southeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 69 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 84 degrees.
Average, 75 degrees.
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold for cash or Installment. Success
Furniture Co., 59 South Main street,
between city market and steam laun
dry, Ocala. Fla. (Ad.)
rSPICIOUS TIME TO
PA I XT Yorn AUTO
This Is the season when you should
have your automobile painted. The
work we turn out looks just as good as
new and the enamel is as permanent
and holds Its brilliancy Just as well as
a fatcory finish. We are now turning
out several handsome pieces of work
and It would pay you to call at the
shop and look them over. Our up
holstering and covering department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re repairs
pairs repairs to an entire new job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works.
Ad. W. F. McAteer, Proprietor.
A BANK BOOK
In your name gives your business associates con con-fidence
fidence con-fidence in yonr ability, respect for your standing.
AN ACCOUNT IN OUR BANK
Will teach you habits of thrift, economy and Rav Raving.
ing. Raving. It saves you from bookkeeping to do business
through our batik, paying all bills by check.
CAPITtl PULLT PAID I 97K
H. 9. 1TOKEI, CH1T.
ISO. L. EBWARDl Vtk CLARENCE CAiTP. VI. Pm.
We have for sale the Ocala property of the Alfred M. Mar Martin
tin Martin estate.
1. 114 ft. front on Main St., between city market and the
2. Swi of block 54, Old Survey, being property just west
of and adjoining city market property on the west
3- V?Vz block 16, New Survey South, being vacant lot Just
east of high school building. Third ward.
4. Sb lot 9, Caldwell's Addition to Ocala, being lot and
two tenement houses just west of and In front of residence of
Mrs. Layne, In second ward.
5. All of block 19, Caldwell's Addition, being lot in front
of the residence of J. R. Moorhead. and now used for park
purposes, just north of Magnolia Place.
6. 103 feet north and south by 210 feet east and west In
section 8, township lr, south, range 22, being property, on
North Magnolia street, on right side going north. Just north
of S. A. I Ry. Two tenement houses on name.
7. Lot 17, Caldwell's Addition, south of Mrs. Layne'. resl-.
Property to be sold as a whole or separate parcels. Terms
MUNCASTER & BELL, Agents.
Call up Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Estimate on Yonr
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
Wc Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
An we employ none but expertu we it re la powltlon to guarantee eT eT-ery
ery eT-ery plere of vork we construct l Miami the Inaneetloit of the moat
HkIiI Inxpertorn. It roxtn nothing; to tcet onr tlfturea, a art yon are tae
winner, wnetber we eeure the eontrnrf or not. Klve na a trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FORT KINC; BLOCK
New Hotel Astor
Corner Bay and Hogan Sts.
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running- Water and
Telephone In I'ach Room. Free D.tthg.
COOl.RST KOOMS, Ili:ST II F.I)
I.AItni: SAMPLK ROOMS
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street
Strared from my residence, Saturday
afternoon, October 12th, two hound ;
oae black, medium wised, annwera to
name of Dromt the other white with
lemon colored upota. anwer to the
name of High nail. Reanonable reward
will be paid for their return. Ad.
E. P. REXTZ.
OPEN DAY AXD 3CTGIIT
Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte ana iuncue.- i
any hour. Ad.
On or before Oct. 27. 1312. the Ocala
Sanitarium will close until more con
venient and commodious quarters can
be secured. All parties having: claims
against the panitarium are requested to
send them Immediately to Dr. T:. O.
R. E. YOXGE AGAIX IV
THE PLlMmG BUSINESS
R, E. Yonge & Co. are again In the
plumbing: .business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after
Phone 26. Respectfully.
Ad. R. K. Yongc & Co.
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES
HTLHUTID COflST LINE
$39.05 New York and Philadelphia, sold daily, limit Oct 31
$35.05 Baltimore and Washington, Fold daily, limit Oct. 31
$47.55 Chicago, Illinois, - old daily, limit Oct 31
$62.65 Denver, Colorado, - i?old daily, limit Oct 31
$93.55 California points, - sold daily, limit Oct. 31
Excursion Rates to Various Points Furnished on Application
STOP OYERS ALLOWED
FAST TRAINS STEEL PULMANS DINING CARS
For Reservation or Information, Call on Nearest A. C. L.
Ticket Agent or
Y. R. BEAZIEY. T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND. D. P. A
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY', OCTOBER 23,' 1912
t Comedy of
th PUy Pr4ca
By Baary W. Saras
Oopyrlffbt, Mil. by H. K. fly Oo.
Just as Kathleen flung her head in
baffled vexation, and Mai lory started
to slink back, to Marjorie, with an another
other another defeat, there came an abrupt
shock as If that gigantic child to
whom our railroad trains are toys,
had reached down and laid violent
bold on the Trans-American In full
Its smooth, swift flight became sud suddenly
denly suddenly such a spasm of jars, shivers
and thuds that Mallory cried:
We're off the track."
ile was sent flopping down the aisle
like a bolster hurled, through the car.
He brought up with a sickening slam
across the seat Into which Marjorie
had been Jounced back with a breath
taking slam. And then Kathleen
came flying backwards and landed In
a heap on both of them.
m m mm Mm
several 01 tne otner passengers
were Just returning from breakfast
and they were shot and scattered all
over the car as If a great chain of hu
man beads had burst.
Women screamed, men yelled, and
then while they were still struggling
against the seats and one another, the
train came to a halt.
Thank God. we stopped in time!"
Mallory gasped, as he tried to disen
gage himself and Marjorie from Kath
Tne passengers began to regain
their courage with their equilibrium.
Little Jlmmle Wellington had flown
the whole length of the car, clinging
to his wife as If she were Francesca
da Rlmlnl, and he Paolo, flitting
through. Inferno. The flight ended at
the stateroom door with such a thump
that Mrs. Fosdlck was sure a detec
tive had come for her at last, and
with a -battering ram.
But when Jlmmle got back breath
enough to talk, -he remembered the
train-stopping excitement of the day
before and called out:
"Has Mrs. Mallory lost that pup
Everybody laughed uproariously at
this. People will laugh at anything
or nothing when they have been
frightened almost to death and sud suddenly
denly suddenly jrelieved of anxiety.
Everybody was cracking a Joke at
Marjorle's expense. Everybody felt a
good-natured grudge against her for
being .such a mystery. The car was
ringing with hilarity, when the por porter
ter porter came stumbling In and paused at
the door, with eyes all white, hands
waving frantically, and lips flapping
like flannel, In a vain effort to speak.
The passengers stopped laughing at
Marjorie, to laugh at the porter. Ash Ash-ton
ton Ash-ton sang out:
"What's the matter with you, por porter?
ter? porter? Are you trying to crow?"
Everybody roared at this, till the
porter finally managed to articulate:
Silence shut down as If the whole
crowd had been smitten with paraly paralysis.
sis. paralysis. From somewhere outside and
ahead came a pop-popping as of fire firecrackers.
crackers. firecrackers. Everybody thought, "Re "Revolvers!"
volvers!" "Revolvers!" The reports were mingled
with, barbaric yells that turned the
marrow In every bone to snow.
These regions are full of historic
terror. All along the Nevada route
the conductor, the brakemen and old
travelers had pointed out scene after
scene where the Indians had slaked
the thirst of the arid land with white
man's blood. Ashton, who had trav traveled
eled traveled this way many times, had made
himself fascinatingly horrifying the
evening before and ruined several
breakfasts that morning in the dining dining-car,
car, dining-car, by regaling the passengers with
stories of pioneer ordeals, men and
women massacred In burning wagons,
or dragged away to fiendish cruelty
and obscene torture, staked out supine
on burning wastes with eyelids cut
off, bound down within reach of rat rattlesnakes,
tlesnakes, rattlesnakes, subjected to every misery
that human deviltry could devise.
Ashton had brought his fellow pas pas-aengers
aengers pas-aengers to a state of ecstatic excit excitability,
ability, excitability, and, like many a recounter or
burglar stories at night, had tuned
hla own nerves to high tension.
The violent stopping of the train,
the heart-shaking yells and shots out outside,
side, outside, found the passengers already apt
to respond without delay to the ap appeals
peals appeals of fright. After the first hush
of dread, came the reaction to panic.
Each passenger showed his own
panlo in his own way. Ashton whirled
round and round, like a horse with
the blind staggers, then bolted down
the aisle, knocking aside men and
women. He climbed on a seat, pulled
down an upper berth, and, scrambling
Into It, tried to shut It on himself.
Mrs. Whltcomb was so frightened that
she assailed Ashton with fury and
seizing his feet, dragged him back in into
to into the aisle, and beat him with her
fists, demanding that he protect her
and save her for Sammy's sake.
Mrs. Fosdlck, rushing out of her
stateroom and not finding her luscious-eyed
husband, laid hold of Jlm Jlmmle
mle Jlmmle Wellington and ordered him to
go to the rescue of her spouse. Mrs.
Wellington tore her hands loose, cry
ing: "Let him go, madam. He has a
wife of his own to defend."
Jlmmle was trying to pour out dy dying
ing dying messages, and only sputtering, for
getting that he had put his watch In
his mouth to hide it, though Its chain
was still attached to his waistcoat.
Anne Cattle, who had read much
about. Chinese atrocities to mission
aries, gave herself up to death, yet re
joiced greatly that she had provided
a timely man to lean on and should
not have to enter Paradise a spinster.
providing she could manage to con convert
vert convert Ira in the next few seconds, be before
fore before It was everlastingly too late. She
was begging her first heathen to join
her In a gospel hymn. But Ira was
roaring curses iiffe a pirate captain in
a hurricane, and swearing that the
villains should not rob him of his
Mrs. Temple wrung her twitching
hands and tried to drag her husband
to his knees, crying:
"Oh, Walter. Walter, won't you
please say a prayer? a good strong
But the preacher was so confused
that he answered: "What's the use of
prayer In an emergency like this?"
"Walter!" she shrieked.
"I'm on my va-vacatlon, you know,"
Marjorie was trying at the same
time to compel Mallory to crawl under
a seat and to find a place to hide
Snoozleums, whom she was warning
not to say a word. Snoozleums, un understanding
derstanding understanding only that his mistress
was in some distress, refused to stay
in his basket and kept offering his
services and his attentions.
Suddenly Marjorie realized that
Kathleen was trying to faint In Mal Mal-lory's
lory's Mal-lory's arms, and forgot everything else
in a determined effort to prevent her.
After the first blood-sweat of abject
fright had begun to cool, the passen
gers came to realize that the Invaders
were not after lives, but loot. Then
came a panic of miserly effort to con conceal
ceal conceal treasure.
Kathleen, finding herself banished
from Mallory's protection, ran to Mrs.
Whltcomb, who had given Ashton up
as a hopeless task.
"What shall we do, oh, what, oh
what shall we do, dear Mrs. Welling Wellington?"
ton?" Wellington?" she cried.
"Don't you dare call me Mrs. Well
ington!" Mrs. Whltcomb screamed;
then she began to flutter. "But we'd
better hide what we can. I hope the
rah-rah-robbers are ge-gentlemen-
She pushed a diamond locket con containing
taining containing a small portrait of Sammy In
to her back hair, leaving part of the
chain dangling. Then she tried to
stuff a large handbag Into her stock
Mrs. Fosdlck found her husband at
last, for he made a wild dash to
her side, embraced her, called her his
wife and defied all the powers of Ne
vada to tear them apart. He had a
brilliant Idea. In order to save his
fat wallet from capture, he tossed It
through an open window. It fell at
the feet of one of the robbers as he
ran along the side of the car, shoot
ing at such heads as were put out of
windows. He picked It up and dropped
it Into the feed-bag he had swung at
his side. Then running on, he clam
bered over the brass rail of the ob
servation platform and entered the
rear of the train, as his confederate,
driving the conductor ahead of him,
forged his way aft from the front,
while a third masquerader aligned the
engineer, the fireman, the brakeman
and the baggagemen.
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Ocala, District No. 1
Anderson, H. L. (Removed).
Baisen, G. W. (Removed).
Banks, E. L. J. (Removed).
Barco, Wm. (Removed).
Barry, J. S. (Remold).
Bingham, Jas. W. (Removed). ..
Bittinger, C. L. (Dead).
Blackwell, C. B. (Removed).
Bouvler, J. A. (Removed).
Brown. F. M. (Dead).
Bull, W. C. (Dead).
Burdock, Geo. (Dead).
Busby, Adam. (Removed).
Camp, W. X. (Dead).
Chandler, H. W. (Removed).
Clemmons, Jno. (Removed).
Clemmons, Geo. (Removed).
Cody, Ben. (Removed).
Cole, Royal E. (Removed).
Culverhouse, Wm. B. (Removed).
Dean, Homer H. (Removed).
Edwards, W. P. (Dead).
Eminisor, J. L. (Removed).
Field, Shadwell. (Dead).
Fogg, H. L. (Dead).
Fort, W. D. (Removed).
Clover, A. C (Removed).
Gordon, Cephus. (Removed).
Gunn, Anthony. (Removed).
Hinton, II. T. (Removed).
Holder, Edward. (Dead).
Horn, Lewis. (Dead).
Hulbert, Chas. D. (Removed).
Jackson, M. J. (Dead).
Jewett, W. L. (Dead).
Johnson, Phillip. (Dead).
Jones, H. W. (Dead).
Jones, Henry. (Removed).
Kopfman, Wm. (Dead).
Leonard, Sam. (Dead).
Lilly, G. L. (Removed).
Livingston, J. II., Sr. (Dead).
Mann, T. F. (Removed).
Martin, Sims. (Dead).
Mav. W. J. (Removed).
Miller, D. A. (Dead).
Miller, L. P. (Removed).
McLinn, E. (Removed).
Petteway, G. A. (Removed).
Pike, W. S. (Dead).
Sweat, Edw. (Dead).
Toph, A. R. (Dead).
Toph, Guy. (Removed).
Tucker, Wm. (Dead).
Whaley, J. R. (Dead).
Witter, R. A. (Removed).
Reddick, District No. 2
Boyd, R. A. (Removed).
Bobbitt, J. G. (Removed).
Boynton, S. S. (Removed).
Campbell, J. A. (Removed).
Duncan, Abe. (Dead).
EadsF. M. (Removed).
Johnson, G. M. (Removed).
Parker, Isaac. (Removed).
Pardee, J. L. (Dead).
Rutledge, C. R. (Removed).
Smith, W. Wesley. (Removed).
Small, Peter. (Dead).
Stewman, W. S. (Removed).
Wilson, B. P. (Removed).
Weathers, Wm. (Removed).
Sampson, Alex. (Dead).
Padgett, M. (Removed).
Thomas, O. B. (Removed).
Flemington, District No. 3
Ausley, K. E. (Removed).
Evans, Wash. (Dead).
Howard, C. W. (Dead).
Mathews, J. G. (Dead).
Mathews, W. D. (Dead).
McKinney, Chas. (Removed).
Messer, P. J. (Removed).
Neice, Shed. (Dead).
-Morton, J. C. (Removed).
Patterson, Berry. (Removed).
Freeman, Geo. W. (Removed).
Cotton Plant, District No. 4
Alexander, T. B. (Removed).
Barnett, H. M. (Removed).
Barco, J. M. (Removed).
Graham, Jno. (Removed).
Jefferson, Frank. (Removed).
Jenkins, Will. (Removed).
Jones, W. H. (Removed).
Lemaster, Wm. (Removed).
Maples, W. M. (Removed).
Sullivan, Jno. L. (Removed).
Taylor, J. M. (Removed).
Veal, W. E. (Removed).
Bright, Jno. (Removed).
Vance, Wm. (Removed).
Romeo, District No. 5
Gunter, W. P. (Removed).
Gunter, II. M. (Removed).
Lanier, J. A. (Removed).
Malpass, W. J. (Removed).
Nettles, H. B. (Dead).
Camp Izard, District No. 6
Adams, W. J. (Dead).
Bock, Valentine. (Removed).
Ellston, Zebb. (Removed).
Munroe, Jno. M. (Removed).
Morrison, D. L. (Removed).
Odoni, .7. D. (Removed).
Petteway, F. T. (Removed).
Simpson, W. A. (Removed).
Suell, Jno. W. (Removed).
Van Hoosen. (Dead).
Shady, District No. 7
Anderson, Geo. (Removed).
Freeman, Jno. W. (Removed).
Freeman, Jas. C. (Removed).
Jackson, Geo. (Dead).
Jacobs, Jesse. (Dead).
Jackson. Henry. (Dead).
Marshall, Geo. E. (Dead).
McNeill, R. B. (Removed).
Petty, E. N. ('Removed).
Ruff, Calvin. (Removed).
Riggan, Stephen. (Dead).
Ragsdale, J. P. (Removed).
Simpson, L. B. (Removed).
Thomas, J. R. (Removed).
Williams. Chas. (Dead).
Wolf, Hillyard. (Dead).
Lanier, Jas. M. (Removed).
Anderson, Geo. (Removed).
Summerfield, District No. 8
Morrin, H. T. (Removed).
McWhite, W. F. (Dead).
Smith, Solomon. (Dead).
- Wright, M. W. (Dead).
Lake Weir, District No. 9
No changes made.
Moss Bluff, District No. 10
Bethea, J. A. (Removed).
Bryant, A. C. (Removed).
Edsoll. J. M. (Dead).
Fort, J. W. (Removed).
Higgins, A. M. (Dead).
Pillans, P. P. (Removed).
Redding, W. T. (Removed).
Rock, L. D. (Removed).
Smith, S. E. (Removed).
Tillis, W. M. (Removed).
Waters, G. W. (Dead).
Harris. H. H. (Dead).
Grahamville, District No. 11
Carter, L. H. (Removed).
Dudley, J. M. (Dead).
Fore, W. R. (Removed).
Lisk, B. F. (Dead).
Lisk, P. F. (Removed).
Moorman. Wm. P. (Dead).
McDonald. R. D. (Dead).
Rushing, J. L. (Removed).
' Rogers, Edw. S. (Dead).
Rushing. W. R. (Removed).
Salt Springs, Dsstrict No. 12
Boyd, C. M. (Removed).
Colgrove, T. F. (Removed).
Herman, Frank. (Removed).
Colly, Alex. (Removed).
Harmon, A. J. (Removed).
Peterson, J. I.
Sleep, H. F.
Rogers, E. C.
Fort McCoy, District No. 13
Brown, J. J. (Dead).
Boring, I. W. (Removed).
Bragg, Robt. S. (DeadL
Cason, W. H.
Cason, W. B.
Cowart, T. S.
Hayes, J. A.
Hill. P. H.
Kichleter, Jno. K. (Removed).
Lovell, Jas. (Removed).
LeGrand, Wm. N. (Removed).
Linquist, Peter. (Removed).
Martin, H. C. (Dead).
Marsh, A. P. (Removed).
Munroe, Robt. (Removed).
Munroe, A. P. (Removed).
Mathews. J. S. (Dead).
Mosley, Perry M. (Dead).
Marsh, A. L. (Dead).
Matchett, Wells. (Dead).
McDonald, A. M. (Removed).
McLeod, C. B.
McLeod, W. M.
Nunn, N. B.
Osteen, J. H.
Priest, W. S. (Removed).
Powers, Jno. H. (Removed).
Proctor( Ixwis S. (Removed).
Richter, Fred. (Removed).
Tuttle, Frank L (Removed).
Overeen, Joe. (Removed).
Webb. W. W. (Removed).
Webb. Franlin W. (Removed).
West, Jas. (Removed).
Orange Springs, District No. 14
Everett, J. H. (Dead).
Gardner, Julius. (Dead).
Bright, Ben. (Dead).
Weston, Wm. (Dead).
Drinn. C. B. (Remvec).
Mitchell, T. C. (Removed).
Washington. Geo. (Removed).
Daniel, Mose. (Removed). V
Bargin, J. H. (Removed).
Linadale, District No. 15
No changes made.
Citra, District No. 16
Collier, L. Z. (Removed).
Campbell, E. T. ( Removed)).
Gore, A. T. (Removed).
Hardee, W. H. (Removed).
Herring, Mike. (Removed).
Higginbotham, J. S. (Removed).
James, P. A.
Parker, J. S.
Rowell, G. R.
Stein meyer, F. E.
Williams, W. D. (Removed).
Wilson, J. W. (Removed).
Wilson, W. J. (Removed).
Wilson, J. W. (Removed).
Weaver, II. C. (Removed).
Young, Randall. (Dead).
Anthony, District No. 17
Baskin, W. H. (Removed).
Deal, M. D. (Removed).
Beal, C. W. (Removed).
Bregaw, O. (Removed).
Butler, Chester. (Removed).
Day, J. D. (Removed).
Forbes, W. T. (Dead).
Forbes, II. D. (Dead).
Gates. J. E. (Removed). -Glymp,
Griffin, D. W. (Removed).
Griggs, L. (Removed).
Harroll, C. A. (Removed).
Helton, L. V. (Removed). ?
Howell, E. L. (Removed).
Hutto, E. P. (Removed).
Jones, Geo. B. (Removed).
Knight, T. R. (Removed).
Lee, M. L. (Removed).
Lindner, Chas. W. (Removed).
Madden, J M. (Removed).
Milligan. P. U. (Dead).
Miller, T. E. (Removed).
Nance, Jno. W. (Removed).
Odell, S. J. (Removed).
Perry, J. L. (Removed).
Plair, Chas. (Removed).
Sessler, Loeb. (Removed).
Simmons, W. G. (Removed).
Simmons, Filmore. (Removed).
Smith, W. G. (Removed.)
Travis, J. S. (Removed).
WaTdron, D. N. (Removed).
Martin, District No. 18
No changes made.
Stanton, District No. 19
Irwin, R. B. (Removed).
Irwin, R. W. (Removed).
Jameson, Mac. (Removed).
Killam, E. B. (Removed).
Lytle, F. H. (Dead).
Morrison, Benjamin. (Removed).
Olson, Peter. (Removed).
Parker, J. W. (Dead).
Ritter, J. J. (Removed).
Stafford, E. L. (Removed).
Sims, Jas. (Out of district).
Blitchton, District No. 20
Adams, Ixmis. (Removed).
Curry, Thos. (Removed).
Finley, John. (Removed).
Garner, Wm. (Removed).
Davis, Nemrod. (Dead).
Harris, Wm. (Dead).
Johnson, L. (Dead).
Kincade, Arthur. (Removed).
Lewis, Donald. (Removed).
Oats, Sam. (Removed).
Patterson, Jeff. (Dead).
Roberts, Washington. (Dead).
Roberts, Sam. (Dead).
Roberts, Geo. (Removed).
Thomas, Isaac. (Dead).
Watkins, Geo. (Removed).
Williams, S. B. (Removed).
Wilsol, H. L. (Dead).
Miller, Tim. (Dead).
McMinn. H. (Removed).
Smith, Elias, Jr. (Dead).
Belleview, District No. 21
No changes made.
Mcintosh, District No. 22
Archie, J. J. (Removed).
Berry, Edward. (Removed).
Bellah. G. W. (Removed).
Beck, J. J. (Removed).
Boyles. G. D. (Removed).
Beck, C. L. (Removed).
Beck, A. J. (Removed).
Billingsley, A. T. (Removed).
Couch. James. (Dead).
Chrisman, L. H. (Removed).
Calhoun, Sam M. (Removed).
Davis, C. W. (Removed).
Davis, Jno. M. (Removed).
DuPee, Frank. (Removed).
Hopkins, W. H. (Removed).
Hunter, R. B. (Removed).
Hutchinson, E. C. (Removed).
Jones, J. A. (Removed).
Jones, Henry. (Removed).
King, M. E. (Removed).
Lampkin, Squire. (Dead).
Morchlican. Tom. (Dead).
Mathews. Samuel. (Removed).
Means, G. L. (Removed).
Means, S. C. (Removed).
Nimmons, C. L. (Removed).
Price. H. C. (Removed)!
Price. A. L. (Removed).
Rush, A. M. (Removed).
Rush, C. P. (Removed).
Sampson. F. G. (Removed).
Scanes, P. A. (Removed).
Simpson. J. B.
Smith, T. W.
Sherouse, H. W
Sherouse, P. C.
Walkup. J. B.
White, Sam J.
Wilson, L L..
Whittington, W. W. (Removed).
Pedro, District No. 23
Snow, P. A. (Dead).
Clyburn, R. L. (Removed).
Harrelson; J. M. (Removed).
Pitman, J. D. (Dead).
Perry, Albert. (Removed).
Proctor, R. F. (Removed).
Dunnellon, District No. 24
Anderson, W. B. (Removed).
Anderson, E. (Removed).
Armstrong, Remer. (Removed).
Ashley, Joseph. (Removed).
Averett, J. M. (Removed).
Barnett, H. W. (Removed).
Barfield, W. S. (Removed).
Barrett, W. F. (Dead).
Bishop, R. B. (Dead).
Blunt, Jack. (Removed).
Boyd, Arthur. (Removed).
Brantley, W. (Removed).
Brown, J. C. (Removed).
Carter, J. A.
Carter, C. R.
Castell, J. W.
Calvin, M. L. (Removed).
Calicott, W. L. (Remove").
Castel, J. A. (Removed).
Cameron, M. (Removed).
Chapmar, R. J. (Removed)
Chapman, S. W. (Removed).
Clark, G. M. (Removed).
Clement, J. T. (Removed).
Cotton, D. H. (Removed).
Crosby, W. R. (Removed).
Crosby, p. W. (Removed).
Crosby, J. R. (Removed).
Crosby, J. A. (Removed).
Davis, G. R. (Removed).
Edwards, H. D. (Removed).
Eiland, John. (Removed).
Ellis, R. J. (Removed).
English, D. A. (Removed.
Evans, F. L. (Removed).
Fearand, S. W. (Removed).
Fielding, W. J. (Removed).
Flood, H. T. (Removed).
Foster, S. A. (Removed).
Gainey, W. A. (Removed).
Gilbert, Lee. (Removed).
Gober, W. M. (Removed).
Grimsey, J. A. (Removed).
Griffin, J. W. (Removed).
Have, A. M. (Removed).
Hartig, T. B. (Removed).
Hammond, Thos. (Removed).
Hawkins, C. W. (Removed).
Haynes, W. B. (Removed).
Hathcock. O. V. (Removed).
Hardee, J. R. (Removed).
Hawkins, J. W. (Removed).
Henry, W. J. (Removed).
Henning, J. D. (Removed).
Heidt, W. A. (Removed).
Hill, J. W. (Removed;.
Holden, R. G. (Removed).
Holmes, J. G. (Removed).
Hodges, J. F. (Removed).
Holland. W. B. (Removed).,
Honewacker, Edw. (Removed).
Humphrey, G. D. (Removed).
Humphrey, J. H. (Removed).
Hussell, G. J. (Dead).
Huber, Chas. (Dead).
Humphrey, D. H. (Dead).
Head, Harman. (Removed).
Jackson, S. E. (Removed).
Jenning3, L. G. (Removed).
Johnson, Nero. (Removed).
Jones, W. (Removed).
Jones, Zoky. (Removed)-.
Johnson, J. P. (Removed).
Johnson, W. E. (Removed).
Keen, Zodak. (Removed).
Keys, Joe. (Removed).
Kibler, S. B, (Dead).
Layne, G. A. (Removed).
Lanier, M. B. (Removed).
Lafferty, C. W. (Removed).
Lewis, Chas. (Removed).
Ixgan, .1. D. (Removed).
Martin, S. G. (Removed).
Macoy, W. (Removed).
Malone, Pat (Removed).
Mattair, W. E. (Removed).
Miller, Wm. (Removed).
Mills, J. T. (Removed).
Mills. W. H. (Removed).
Mixson. Jobe. (Removed).
Mills, J. O. (Removed).
Mizelle, W. K. (Removed).
Moore, Willis. (Removed).
Moorland. W. W. (Removed).
Moody, J. S. (Removed).
Moree, A. G. (Removed).
Moore, W. E. (Removed).
Mdlary, Wm. (Removed).
McCullough, O. H. (Removed).
McCord, S. R. (Removed).
McDonald, J. C. (Removed).
Mcllwain, E. B. (Removed).
McKenzie, John. (Removed).
McRackin, W. R. (Removed).
McQuaig, W. C. (Removed).
McQueen. R. B. (Removed).
Mclver, Chas. (Dead).
Nettles, J. M. (Dead).
Neil, J. B. (Removed).
Newsom, S. S. (Removed).
Nobles, N. A. (Removed).
Osteen, T. L. (Removed).
Oats, W. D. (Removed).
Ottor, A. (Removed).
Parham. J. G. (Removed).
Payne, S. S. (Dead).
Perry, J. A. (Removed).
Phillips, C. R. (Removed).
Robinson, W. E. (Removed).
Robinson, Spell. (Removed).
Rogers, R. L. (Removed).
Robertson. J. T. (Removed).
Ross, E. R- (Removed).
Ross, Jas. L. (Removed).
Roberts, Allen. (Removed).
Roberts, T. D. (Dead).
Sellars. O. G. (Removed).
Shaw, C. A. (Removed).
Sheppard. D. D.. (Removed).
Simpson. Richard. (Removed).
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Scott, Ben. (Removed).
Scott, A. (Removed).
Scott, G rover, C. (Removed).
Silva, Joe. (Removed).
Slack, A. L. (Removed).
Skipper, J. W. (Removed).
Sledge, C A. (Removed).
Smith, J. M. (Removed).
Smith, W. Westley. (Removed).
Smith, Baley. (Removed).
Sommons, S. S. (Removed).
Spivey, E. L. (Removed).
Stephens, Jno. J. (Removed).
Stallings, W. P. (Removed).
Starr, M. A. (Removed).
Strange, F, P. (Removed).
Sweat, A. (Removed)
Taylor, T. B. (Removed).
Taylor, B. J. Removed).
Tower, Samuel. (Removed).
Thompson, R. L. (Removed).
Toohey, John A. (Removed).
Trimble, J. A. (Removed).
Turner, A. J. (Dead).
Turner, Mose. (Dead).
Thompson, J. C. (Removed).
Ward, Howard, W. (Removed).
Washington, Joe. (Removed).
Wadkins, N. V. (Removed).
Walford, L. C. (Removed).
Ward, Sam. (Removed).
Walker, J. A. (Removed).
Wells, J. L. (Removed).
Weathers, B. S. (Removed).
Webb, G. P. (Removed).
Worthlngton, C. C. (Removed).
Whitten. J. W. (Removed).
White, A. S. (Removed).
Wheeler, B. B. (Removed).
Whitten, B. R. (Removed).
Whitten, R. H. (Removed).
Wilklns, Andrew. (Removed).
Williams, Geo. (Removed).
Woolford, R. W. (Removed).
Wood, Wm. (Removed).
Wyche, J. L. (Dead).
Zipperer, B. A. (Removed).
Zimmerman, W. C. (Dead).
Zipperer, O. S. (Removed).
Candler, District No. 25
Caldwell, W. R. (Dead).
Hall, J. T. (Dead).
McKinney, J. Y, (Dead).
Hekkema, Peter, K. (Removed).
Marshall, W. M. (Removed).
McCullough, Geo. H. (Removed).
Snell, F. M. (Removed).
Schultz, C. D. (Removed).
Sparr, District No. 26
Ambrose, Sam. (Dead).
Bagley, V. D. (Removed).
Beal, C. W. (Removed).
Bagley, M. T. (Removed).
Brown, E. D. (Removed).
.Beal. E. J. (Removed).
Civil, R. S. (Dead).
Cobson, Will. (Removed).
Chapman, R. S. (Removed),
chapman, Tom. (Removed).
Chandler, Chas. (Removed).
Denson, Elbert C. (Removed).
Day, Clarence. (Removed).
Ford, Paul. (Removed). (Removed).-Galbraith,
Galbraith, (Removed).-Galbraith, Sloan. (Removed).
Gadson, Loyd. (Removed).
Hill, Munroe. (Removed).
Harder, K. L. (Removed).
Hartley, E. J. (Removed).
Hooker, T. W. (Removed).
James, Ishmell. (Removed).
Jackson, Fall. (Dead).
James, John. (Dead).
James, Richard. (Dead).
James, J. A. (Removed).
Jacobs, Willis. (Removed).
King, Geo. (Removed).
Kelly, F. O. (Removed).
Lee, T. E. (Removed).
Meadows, E. V. (Removed).
Mots, E. O. (Removed).
McConn, Alex. J. (Removed).
McLeod, J. J. (Removed).
McDaniel, Wm. (Removed).
McDonald, J. N. (Removed).
Norman, B. F. (Removed).
Parrish, J. J. (Removed).
Richards, S. A. (Removed).
Reeves, R. W. (Removed).
Ryan, Chas. (Removed).
Smith, S. D. W. (Removed).
Taylor, C. A. (Removed).
Taylor, E. G. (Removed).
Wilson, Willis. (Convict).
Eureka, District No. 27
Brinson, Geo. (Removed).
Mathews, A. D. (Removed).
Prevatt, T. C. (Removed).
C. J. Proctor. (Dead).
Parramore, R. (Removed).
Robertson, Will. (Removed).
Ralner, W. (Dead).
Tuton, M. M. (Removed).
Williams, L. (Removed).
Wilson, A. L. (Removed).
Wilson, R. A. (Removed).
Levon, District No. 28
Anderson, J. S. (Removed).
Carter, Robt. (Removed).
Duval, Sam S. (Removed).
Farrell, C. W. (Removed).
Floyd, Fred. (Removed).
Harrison. W. H. (Removed).
Josey, J. N. (Removed).
McCallister. J. M. (Removed).
McGehee, C. J. (Dead).
Oliver, C. R. (Dead).
Scruggs, J. (Removed).
Sutton, D. E. (Removed).
Kendrick, District No. 29
Carrington. Jas. (Removed).
Grace, C. I. (Removed).
Nix. W. E. (Dead).
Nix, C. .E. (Removed).
Nix, E. J. (Removed).
Stephens, Geo. W. (Removed).
Martel, District No. 30
Brooks, Jno. II. (Removed).
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Beck, J. S.- (Removed).
Bryan, J. M. (Removed).
Brice, W. J. (Removed).
Brooks, J. B. (Removed).
Carter, J. M. (Dead).
Davis, S. A. (Removed).
Gill is, J. I. (Removed).
Grubbs, S. M. (Removed).
Hall, J. T. (Removed).
Johnson, Abram. (Dead).
Johnson, A. B. (Removed).
Johnson, J. M. (Removed).
Loyd, M. M. (Removed).
Mann, J. S. (Dead).
Pillans, C. P. 1( Removed).
Robinson, Oliver, (Removed).
Simmons, J. E. (Removed).
Tucker, J. J. (Dead).
White, C. M. (Removed).
Fairfield, District No. 31
Ausley, E. S. (Dead).
Burnsed, J. B. (Removed).
Brown, Mack. (Removed).
Britt, C. A. (Dead).
Barber, Darcus. (Removed).
Boseman, S. R. (Removed).
Britt, T. B. (Removed).
Carn, B. J. (Removed).
Dunnovan, Alfred. (Removed).
Dukes, Peter. (Dead).
Dupee, Albert. (Removed).
Dukes, Sam. (Removed).
Easterly, D. W. (Removed).
Gordon, Solomon. (Dead).
Collins, Fred. (Dead).
Givens, G. D. (Removed).
Green, P. Wilson. (Dead).
Hudson, J. H. (Removed).
Hull, B. P. (Removed).
Jones, A. J. (Removed).
Jones, Percy. (Removed).
Jennings, Frank. (Removed).
- Mathews, A. M. (Removed).
Mangrum, T. E. '(Removed).
Mitchell, E. F. (Removed).
Mosley, J. M. (Removed).
Milling, W. M. (Removed).
Mock, L. E. (Removed).
Mock, S. E. (Removed).
McAteer, S. J. (Removed).
Nichols, Walter. (Dead).
Power, Henry. (Removed).
Phillips, M. E. (Removed).
Pillans, T. H. (Removed;.
Quarterman, B. S. (Removed).
Rou, A. B. (Dead).
Sam. Chas. (Removed).
Smith, E. C. (Removed).
Stanley, T. J. (Dead).
Smith, Jno. (Removed).
Sikes, A. A. (Removed).
Sams, Thos. (Removed).
Simpson, W. R. (Removed).
Strickland, J. A. (Removed).
, Strickkland, J. M. (Removed).
Strickland, M. J. (Removed).
Thomas, J. A. (Dead).
Thagard, R. C. (Removed).
Thomason, Ben. (Removed).
Williams, Sam. (Removed).
Young. A. H. (Dead).
Randall. G. O. (Removed).
Rutland, T. B. (Removed).
Reeves, J. P. (Removed).
Geiger, District No. 32
Bruton, E. F (Removed).
DeLoach, Isaac. (Removed).
Messer, J. W. (Removed).
Messer, H. F. (Removed).
Smith, R. S. (Removed).
Weisner, J. A. (Removed).
Any persons whose? names have
been wrongfully or erroneously eras
ed or stricken off, as shown by the
above list, and who shall within a
time not less than ten days before
the time of any general election to be
held In this county make such fact
appear to the satisfaction 'of the
board of county commtsKioners, shall
be entitled to have his name restor restored
ed restored to the registration books, and the
board of county commissioners will
be in session for the purpose of or ordering
dering ordering restored any names which
might have been wrongfully or er erroneously
roneously erroneously erased or stricken off, on
Friday, the 25th day of October, A.
D., 1912, at 10 o'clock.
Upon motion It was ordered that
me baiiot boxes or the different pre precincts
cincts precincts be personally delivered to one
of the managers, and the contract Is
hereby awarded to George W. Smith
at $35 for the delivery of-said ballot
boxes to one of the managers of the
election In each precinct.
It was also upon motion ordered
that the contract for the printing of
the tickets for the ggneral election
November 5th, 1912, be awarded to
fhe Ocala Star at $13 per thousand,
provided said paper can print the
tickets. If not, it was ordered that
the contract be awarded E. O. Painter
& Co, at Deland, Florida.
Commissioner Henderson, together
with the county attorney and clerk of
this board, are authorled and direct directed
ed directed to prepare the tickets for the
The board thereupon adjourned t
meet on Friday at 10 o'clock, Octo October
ber October 25th, A. D., 1912.
... T. Blstrunk,
Clerk Board of County Commissioners.