The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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For All of the Domes
the Fuiunrxms xich
Thcus -Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 128.


Leave Orders for
M A P V Your Household Lin Lin-1(1
1(1 Lin-1(1 ARK t;na. Complete Outfit.
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I looms I), 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,

Ofllce over Munntc & Chainhlisa B'k




Contractor and Builder
rinnn and Specifications Furnished
Uiton Request


Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
l. K. McIYKIl and C. V. 1SOBFBTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done hy Licensed Em
lialmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office ... 47

Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any

character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at

Northwest Corner Oeala House Block





II. V; Coiiifril, Southern Manager for
Flu Irk Company Killed on Cen Central
tral Central It all road Croaalajr

Atlanta, Oct. 28. R. Vincent Con Con-nerat,
nerat, Con-nerat, of Atlanta and formerly of Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, was killed early last night
Ave miles from Jonesboro, Ga. .when
the little racing car he was driving
was truck at a. road crossing by a
Central of Georgia passenger train
bound from Macon to Atlanta.
IJoth the automobile and the train
were traveling very rapidly, and when
Mr. Connerafs car shot across the
track it was fairly picked up and
forced along the rails by the passen passenger
ger passenger engine. For half a mile the car
was carried and along the distance
were scattered letters and personal ef effects
fects effects of Mr. Connerat. When finally
the train was brough to a stop It took
thirty minutes to disentangle the au automobile
tomobile automobile and to recover the mangled
body and put it on the train.
The body was identified on the scene
by Wylle West and L. S. Crane, two
well known motor car men of Atlanta,
who were coming here.
The accident occurred while Mr.
Connerat was on his way back to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta from Macon, where he went last
The engineer of the train declares
that Mr. Connerat was racing with him
and that the car and engine came to together
gether together with a crash where the road
suddenly turns across the railroad
It was through the watch and let letters
ters letters chiefly that identification of Mr.
Connerat's body was made. The car
in which he met death was a racer in
which he had taken part In meets in
New Orleans and other places. It was
valued at 110,000.
As Southern manager for the build builders
ers builders of the Buick automobiles and be because
cause because of his interest in motoring Mr.
Connerat was widely known over the


Coburn of Kanna Say It Will Never
Crit Any Ice With the Farmers
of the Country




Careful Estimates Made on All Con

tract Work. Gives mora and better

work for the money than any other
contractor tn tle ctly.

olay Kidnay


Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
8. A. Daris, 627 Washington St., Connerevill
fnd.. is in bi 45th year, lie writes us: "I tart
telj suffered dibcq from my kidne s aod blad bladder
der bladder I had sever backaches acd ray ki-in. j actios
was too frequent, caucus- me to luse much sleap
at night, and in my blander there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney F'iils for nitre time,
and am now free of all tiuubie and nrain able to
be up and aronnd. Foier Liiaer Yiil have mj
alfaast r command lion."
For Sale hy Anti-Monopoly Drugstore


Support Needed to
Tariffs Responsible
High Prices

Stop High

Woodrow Wilson and Progressive Democracy are against the iniquitous Tariff which
we know to be a burden on fully 98 per cent of the American People.
The Democratic National Committee wants to tell the truth about the Tariff to the
15,000,000 voters who will go to the polls on November 5th.
Having no other source of honorable financial support we must look to the People for
funds with which to carry on this gigantic campaign in the interest of all the people.

Topeka, Kans., Oct. 29. Secretary F.
D. Coburn of the Kansas State Board
of Agriculture, whose fame has trav traveled
eled traveled far beyond the boundaries of his
state, raises his voice against the pro

posal of the socialists to confiscate the
farming lands of the country. Mr. Co-

burn's attention was called to a recent

statement by Emil Seidel, socialist
candidate for vice president, who de declared
clared declared that whenever socialists secur secured
ed secured political control, their government
will take possession of all the farm

ing Jand In the nation. Secretary Co Co-burin
burin Co-burin Is probably in closer touch with
the agricultural Interests of the coun country
try country than" any other man, and he is the
first to strenuously antagonize the

proposition of the socialists as declar

ed by Emil Seidel. Secretary Coburn
has devoted his life to the Interests of
the farmers of his state, and has de declined
clined declined high political office to serve

them. A few years ago he was tender tendered
ed tendered the appointment of United States
Senator by the governor, but he said

he could not accept the honor because

he felt he could be more useful to the

people at the head of the agricultural

department. Secretary Coburn vigor vigorously
ously vigorously assails the socialist proposition

of confiscating the farming lands of
the country.

"That would simply mean calamity

and chaos," said Mr. Coburn," but it Is

Impossible, because the American peo

ple, and especially the American far

mers, are sane, and are not' fools. The

owners of our farms secured them

mainly by hard work, and they will

never surrender them at the behest of

Impractical dreamers.
"According to our last census the
rural population numbers 52,000,00,
more than half the people of the coun country.
try. country. These citizens who live on the
farms of the nation have acquired
them by lives of industry and fru frugality.
gality. frugality. They and their sons who are
coming on to take their places con constitute
stitute constitute a majority of tne voters of the
United States, as well as the bone and
sinew of the land. They will never
vote themselves out of their posses possessions
sions possessions by giving control of affairs over
to socialists, or for the sake of trying
out the experiment of a dream gov government.
ernment. government. "The proposal for collective owner ownership
ship ownership of land Is the vaporing of dis disordered
ordered disordered minds. No nation ever had it
and no nation ever will. Ne'er do wells
and sons of rest whose toil is mostly
at figuring on methods for acquiring
the assets of others who work and

save, and blatherskites who pander to
them for the purpose of obtaining no-
toriety, place or power, are strong in j
the preaching of such doctrines, but
the people who live out in the sun sunshine
shine sunshine and are able to thing along a
straight line, will see to It that these
fancies will never reach reality. It
would be a sad reflection on the in intelligence
telligence intelligence of the American farmer to
admit for a moment that he would
give countenance to this visionary
balderdash. This whole socialist

scheme of confiscating the lands or

property of 6thers is abhorrent. It
seems incredible that these dreamer's
would for a moment believe that Am American
erican American farmers would submit to such
an outrage as this would mean.
"The theory that the unearned in increment
crement increment belongs to the state is an another
other another fallacy. In 1900. American
farms were valued at $20,000,000,000.
In 1910, the value, according to the
census, was $41,00.000.000. There Is
an unearned Increment of $21,000,000. $21,000,000.-000,
000, $21,000,000.-000, which, socialistic visionaries say,
should be taken from the owners in
the way of a tax and given to the
government. Its equal for Impudent
audacity was never before proposed,
and, as a hold-up scheme, it makes
the enterprises of the late Captain
KIdd and the old-time road agents
look like the play of children. Do
you think American farmers will
stand for that? Well, western farm farmers
ers farmers will not. so long as they are In
their right minds,-

Will Voters Permit This to Go On?
Take, for example, the result of Republican High Tariffs
between the years 1897 and 1910:
Do you realize that Food advanced 46.7
That Clothing advanced 35.8
That Metals and Implements advanced 482 fo
That all Commodities advanced 46.7
Isn't it high time that the Progressive Voters get together
and with their money spread the gospel of a new deal, a real
square deal in the tariff to all those who don't know and
ought to know ?
Astounding Increases Last
Two Years
Now take the same line of comparison as above from
1897 only carry it farther up to this year, 1912, and note
how prices are piling up faster and faster as we go along
making the public gasp "What are we coming to?"
Ordinary cut Nails have increased 49.3$
Building Bricks have increased 93.3
Olive Oil has increased 133.3
Textiles, Standard Sheetings, have increased 184 I)
You pay out in rent the burden imposed by the increases
above noted in building materials, which the contractor
takes out on the owner and the owner passes on to you.
About tenper cent of the average family's rent goes for this
extra tariff cost.
When "Protection" is NOT
We say it is not protection when conditions are as they
are now with 98.7 of the People paying to protect only
13 c, engaged in the principal industries protected.
it Is not protection when the great mass of people are
paying exorbitant tariffs on goods they do not produce and
the farmers have to advance the prices of their products in
order to keep their heads above water in paying for goods
the' have no part in manufacturing.
is not protection when American manufactures are
sol for less abroad than they are at homel
'.t is not protection when we say of America as Consul
Cha r I es Denby writes of "protected" Austria "The protected
Austrian producers take the entire benefit of the tariff, keep keeping
ing keeping their prices at as high a figure as possible without per permitting
mitting permitting importation."
You can understand what carrying laformatlon like
this to millions of voter5 will do to belp Wilson In bis
splendid battle.
Will you give $1 or $100 to help these voters
understand, to win their support for your cause?
Every Wilson Voter to Contribute
The cause of Progressive Democracy, depending not on
the Few, but wholly on the Many, must have the support of
every Wilson voter, man and woman.
Our great work of spreading the truth to millions of
wavering voters in danger of believing the misrepresenta misrepresentations
tions misrepresentations of our adversaries, needs a miiiioo dollars.

We need your gift today as much as we do that of any
other contributor in the country.
Wilson and Marshall want your contribution at once,
whether it is 11,000 or fl. Remember, we honor the giver
irrespective of the amount, but that we need and can use
effectively all you can afford to give.
We want to hear from the business man, the salaried
people and the toilers who want honestly administered
Fill out the Coupon below and send us your money
Others Glad to Join You
If you'll head a list with your name and amount ytm'll
find many other Wilson voters among your co-workers and
friends who'll be enthusiastic over the chance to go down on
your list with their names and contributions.
Pin the money to the list, mention the name of this
paper on the list and mail all at once to C. R. Crane, Vice
Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, 900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111.
Help to spike the guns of favoritism and tainted money
with this kind of effective work for Wilson.
How to Contribute to the Wilson
Campaign Fund
Sign the Coupon in this corner and fill in the amoHnt
you give. Then attach your Money to this Coupon and mail
today to the address given on tht Coupon.
Issue all checks, money orders and address all con contributions
tributions contributions to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance
Committee Democratic National Committee, 900 Alien Alien-Igan
Igan Alien-Igan Avenue, Chicago, III.
Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your name
as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe
Woodrow Wilson should be elected President oftbt United
States. In this way you will be listed as a Wilson coin
tributor. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomely lithographed,
well worth framing, will be sent to you. Your letter will
help the fight encouraging your friends.

Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
ToCR. CRANE. Vie CKairaaaa Finance Committee,
Tha Democratic National Committaa, 00 MUhlgaa Araata,
Chicago, Uliaoi.
At a believer in the proffreasive ideal of government ra pre presented
sented presented in f betcacdidacy of Woodrow Wilson for president ef the
United States, and to the end that he may talc the office free freehanded,
handed, freehanded, nntrammeled. and oblixated to none but the people ef the
country. I wish to contribute through you the sum of f""4
toward the expenses of Gov. Wilson's campaign.



R. F. D State.

Endorsed by




To the Mexican Admiral Asulate wnn
Duly and Properly Heeded

Waashington, Oct. 29 Details of the
clash between Captain Hughes of the
United States cruiser DesMolnes and
Admiral Azuiate of the Mexican fleet
in the harbor of Vera Cruz last week
were received last night.
The revolt of Felix Diaz had begun
and seemed likely to assume consider considerable
able considerable importance as he and his men
were in possession of several ships and
the greater part of the city. Admiral
Azuiate cleared his vessels for action
and gave notice that he would begin
bombardment of the revel quarters at

a certain time.
"If you fire a shot that injures a
foreigner or foreign property or shoot
into a foreign ship, I will sink your
fleet," warned Capatin Hughes, whose
ship, the DesMoines, was In the har harbor.
bor. harbor. "What If I should sink the Des DesMoines?"
Moines?" DesMoines?" retorted Azuiate.
"That's up to a better man," replied
Captain Hughes.
The Mexican vessels did not fire a
single shot.


Xot the Hub Shoe Saleaman, Bat Only
the Vice President
Utlca, N. Y., Oct. 29. Alarming re reports
ports reports as to the condition of Vice Pres President
ident President Sherman resulted last night in
Dr. Terek issuing' a bulletin saying
that Mr. Sherman Is a very ill man, but
reports were greatly exaggerated. He
sat up yesterday and walked about the
house. "His condition is bad, it Is
true, but we don't apprehend any Im Immediate
mediate Immediate crisis," reported the physician.



In an Attack on Adrianople, Snya Tor-

kluh Kmhawny Sofia Send a
Different Story


Go to the Court Pharmacy for thla
Safe, Reliable Remedy and Get
Your Money Rack If It Fall
There are very few remedies that
gain the confidence of druggists as
Dodson's Liver Tone does. The Court
Pharmacy sells it and backs up the
sale of every bottle with the money
back guarantee that the price will be
refunded if it fails to give complete
Dodson's "Liver Tone costs 50 cents
a bottle. It is the safest and best
remedy for torpid liver, constipation,
biliousness, etc., that has ever been
sold in this city. It takes the place
of dangerous calomel and does not lay
you up as a dose of calomel often
does. A bottle in the house Is as good
as fifty cents in the bank. If you or

your family need a liver tonic you

have the medicine ready. If it fails
you get your money back.

Be sure you get Dodson's Liver Tone

when you ask for it. There are imita imitations
tions imitations of it that may disappoint you.


by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when
t Is entirely closed, deafness Is the re result,
sult, result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by catarrh, which 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.)


K. of P. meet Monday evening.


Washington-, Oct. 29. John S. Mos Mos-by,
by, Mos-by, the noted Confederate leader, is
critically ill at a hospital here with an
affection of the kidneys. He was tak taken
en taken to the hospital several days ago,
but the news of his illness did not
become generally known until Sunday.
It was stated last night that while
Col. Mosby's condition is serious, the
physicians are hopeful. Col. Mosby's
friends, however, are somewhat fear fearful
ful fearful of the outcome, owing to hi3 ad advanced
vanced advanced years. He is in the 79th year.

Washington, Oct. 29. The Turkish

embassy officially announces that the
Bulgarian army before Adrianople has

been defeated with heavy loss. An

emphatic denial was made that Ad

rianople is in danger of capture by the


Stormed Another Stronghold
Sofia, Oct. 29. After a long bom

bardment of the Turkish fort Kirklll,
five miles south of Adrianople, and
during which two thousand Turks

were killed, the Bulgarians stormed
the works.

A Bulgarian aeroplane flew almost

directly over the Turkish forts at Ad Adrianople,
rianople, Adrianople, making maps of the fortifica fortifications.
tions. fortifications. The Turkish cannon were una

ble to injure teh machine.

Servians Marehlns; to the Sea
Vienna, Oct. 29. The Servians have

captured Mitrovitza, the northern ter

minus of the Orient Railway, seizing
fifteen cannon and a great quantity of
fire arms.

The Servians moved out from Uskup

yesterday. Intending to join the Greek
army before Saloniki and to make a
concerted attack upon that city. The

Greek warships will bombard the city

from the sea.

It is reported that Scutari is in

flames and that the Montenegrins are
already entering the city.

7013 Lleenaes Due October First
All state and county licenses are due

and payable on the first day of Octo

ber. To continue business after that
date without your 1913 license will be
an open violation of the laws of the
state of Florida.
The tax collector will Issue the
licenses and furnish blanks and all
necessary Information.
Tours very truly,
Joseph Bell, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

Arkansas Chm & Fever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrippe.
Ty dings & Co. Ad.

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, Xeb., had been sick over three

years, but six bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters put him right on his feet again.

They have helped thousands. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 50 cent sat Tydings &

Co. (Adv.)


For rent furnished or unfurnished,
gas stove with house, most desirable

location. Apply to phone 216 or ad

dress No. 139 Fort King1 avenue. Ad.

Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long exper

ience, viz:., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil

son. Pa., 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

IL" For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)


If you are troubled with any kid

ney, bladder or rheumatic trouble, you
will find sixty days treatment In a

dollar bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder,

and seldom one bottle fails to cure.
Send for testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall.
2926 Olive street. St. Louis, Mo. Sold
by all druggists. Ad.


A St. Louis well machine that will

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

mm em

d r.


Light and Medium Weight
All Colors. The' Best 25
and 50c Hosiery on the
Market. : : : : :







. :

A T. JiiOMAs, Pres. J. Iiiompson, Manager
! The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
I Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
X Cement Blocks and all kindsof Cement Forms," from
i stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
X Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de-
& scriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
& in Brick, Stone and Cement.
l Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti-
X mates furnished on request,


We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprona
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare youraelf
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It Is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggyv "tops, canopies and awnings If
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything in our line.

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases

Ocala, Florida



Office, 333. Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Square
Call made hy apertal appolalmrat. SpeHal Gealt tTrfaarjr CllaJe
after 7 p. m. ear day.

Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and un

dermines the strength. A powerful.

penetrating and relieving remedy will
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c,
50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Ad.

Terkeween Oil, the great nerve and

bone liniment; will not blister. For

rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. 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.)

Call op Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Estimate on Your



We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Onr Lines

Aa re employ aone bat expert we are ta Mltta araaraalee ev every
ery every pleee of rrork ne raolrnrl to Maad the laapeetlaat mt the mm(
rlxitl Inapeelom. It eot aothlas t srt-t or figure. aa4 are the
vlaaer. whether we aeenre the ewatrart mr mot. blve mm at trial.

1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 10.00
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 1&50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 0.30
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 9.90
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very ?heap at 12.R""
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c eacb
Graphophone Needles, sort tone, 200 for 10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for Iron beds, f.1.3
SMITH'S, Back ol Variety Store



Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., aa second class mail matter.


lines and with accompanying photo

graph. It read:

"Swathed almost from head to root

In white bandages that conceal awful

burns, and yet under the Influence of

kindly narcotics that deaden her nerves

to what would otherwise be the most
Intense suffering, Ethel Smythe, the

13-year-old daughter of our esteemed
fellow townsman, Montgomery C.
Smythe. president of the Traders Na

tional Bank, lies at St. Ursula's hos

pital, with her life yet hanging in tne

balance, as a result of the collision De De-tween
tween De-tween a bicycle, ridden by the girl, and
a motorcycle, ridden by Motorcycle Of Officer
ficer Officer Henry Griffiths. When her In Injuries
juries Injuries were examined and dressed at

In terse words, the dispatches hare the hospital the attending: physicians

told the story of Billy Rugh. thga,i that the burns were w4despreaa

crippled newsboy, who gave skin ofTjana Tery flerious and would probably

his useless leg to save the life of lit- prove fatal unless skin grafting over
tie Ethel Smythe, who was dying of an extended area is resorted to. So
burns in a nearby hospital, but It 're- many square Inches of skin will be

mained for the Texas Stylus to tell of necessary that the physicians do not

the true 'knighthood and romance in think that It will be possiDie to ODtam
the newsle's soul, which proved again it even from several sources without

that the noblest sentiments may spring endangering the lives of those making

from the grime of the gutter, even as J the sacrifice, and refuse to consent to

the pure-white lily flower lifts Its the parents of the child furnishing the

i.a,i frnm th mud In which Its roots I -kin from their own bodies to save

find their native home. The Stylus I their daughter, although the mother

says: lis iranucany uessms ur yei imsaiuu

"TTniiv rs. hut dat eoil's a oeach. I to make the sacrifice and the iatner

was the ecstatic, even If vernacular, I bowed his head in grief when his own

expression of the crippled newsboy on offer was turned down by-the physl

the corner, as the little girl with eyes clans. Without the skin grafting the

as blue as cornflowers swept by on her I physicians- hold out no hope of the
bicycle, her shapely, flashing,, white- child's recovery and that relief seems

stockinged limbs moving crescendo on J to be excluded by the large amount of
th rrtiii and markinz a vivid con- skin for resurfacing that would be

trast in life and motion to the wither- I necessary.

ed leg that was trailed by Billy Rugh, "I can't ferglt how t kid smiled at
newsy, "crip," and child of the gutter, me wif de blue sky in her eyes," sob-
The brown eyes under the shock of bed Billy, gouging at his eyes with his
rd hair blazed In the smudged white grimy fist. Then the choice stand at

face of the lad with admiration and the corner of Main and Elm was aban

perhaps with a little touch of envy of doned to the raids of "Possum" and
the healthful lassie, with the yellow the Casey twins, and a lad dragged his
curls who used the paved sidewalks as way to St. Ursula's hospital, his ferul-
a right of way and rode her wheel ed crutches beating a slow tatoo on the

over them like the prettiest and most cement sidewalks.

reckless of meteorites. "Doctor," said the trim, White-capped

Socialists and philosophers might nurse at St. Ursula's to one of the in

well have sighed at the contrast be- terne physicians, "there's a newsboy at

tween this little daughter of the rich the door who will not go away with

and this little son of the very poor, out seeing you

but the little girl, moved to pity per- "An yer see, doc," concluded Billy

haps by the lad's crippled leg, had at the granted Interview, "de paralyzed

flashed him a smile as she wheeled by I leg don't do me no good and Is dead
and the look that he cast upon her weight to drag around wit me, but de

was frankly adoring, and the demo- skin on It Is poifectly good. I will lie
cratic telepathy of childhood had es- still while yer take off der hide to
tablished a wordless friendship be- graft on de little goil and den yer can
tween the two children separated by chop off me bum leg and no harm done

the chasm of Dives. to nobody.

Billy was no saint no juvenile mar-j Ethel Smythe's parents demurred
tyr. He was born In a tenement, had but, with her little life hanging In the

early lost such parents as he chanced balance, the lad's offer was finally ac ac-to
to ac-to have, could give a good account of cepted, Mr. Montgomery C. Smythe

himself In a scrap with the other little telling his wife that he would make

paper merchants, and shot craps and the cripple boy Independent for life.

snipes with the easy grace of the gut- I Two tables In the operating ward of
ter urchin. He had tramped his way St. Ursula's were drawn side by. side

into the little Indiana town, defended and Red Top Billy and Ethel Smythe

his street corner vl et crutches and smiled faintly at each other as the
was as shrill and insistent as any of nurses came with the ether:saturated

his 'compeers in yelling "Uxtra; all cones.

about the molder; here's yowextry, I "Both operations a perfect succela.

only fi' cents!" complacently announced the surgeons,
Billy wa's a graduate from that orig- while on snowy cots In separated
inal university of hard knocks, yclept wards consciousness" struggled back

the. Bowery, and his vocabulary wasjinto.fa pair of brown eyes and a pair-of

fluent and untrammeled. "It's. up to blue -ones, blue as cornflowers,




muh to be muh own bes' fren, Billy

Somehow" Billy, In his "hospital bed.

was accustomed to say, and "What I did not recover so fast as the little
got In muh pocket that's muh." Fairly girl in the other ward. The thin thin-he
he thin-he maintained himself In the brigand chested, one-legged boy had been Jong
life of the street Arabs, despite the under the ether and his lungs were not
constant handicap -of the trailing leg, strong, but In addition to his daily de de-withered
withered de-withered from birth. lie had never light over the report of the progress
read of Roland or Paladin, Grail knight made by Ethel, two things gave him
or noblesse oblige and no one had Intense satisfaction. One was when
ever told him of Sir Philip Sidney's McGraw's sluggers tied the score on
gallant deed on a Dutch battlefield. the final decisive day of the eighth
His heroes were the sluggers of Mc- game with the Red Sox and then broke
Graw'g Giants, Teddy Roosevelt the up the game with an extra run in the
Hon slayer, and John I Sullivan and tenth Inning. "I knew de Giants would
he yearned In his passionate little cop de flag," said Billy with glee, and
heart for some one of the other of the they never told him what the Red Sox
numerous "White Hopes" to make U1 In. their turn at bat. The other
good and "knock the everlastin coco event was when Teddy Roosevelt, with
oft of 111 Arthur." He was as much an a bullet hole in his breasti spoke at
alien to Sunday school as he was to the Milwaukee auditorium,
dancing school, although he would "Bully for Teddy!" said Billy. "Hully
have been undeniably interested In see! but It must be a fine thing to be
some of the stunts pulled off by David hero, but us newsies don't have no
and his freebooters In the Cave of chance.. Wasn't dat great, standing up
Adullam. dere with a .38-calibre slug In his
"Barney the barkeep" and Mike the breast and tellin' folks how to save de

vender of "veeners" were his friends, bloomln country. Me fer Teddy every

and In the circles In which he moved he time.
was regarded as educated and an au-1 One morning the physicians found

thorlty on such matters as possessed a that pneumonia had set In and the
real Interest to the human race. ether-weakened lungs could no longer

Billy was ignorant of the adage that pump blood In the tired little body and

"A cat may look at a king," but he death was waiting at the bedside to

was thoroughly cognizant that a take the lad, who had never heard of
gutter-snipe might look at a queen, SIr Philip Sidney nor the battlefield
and little Ethel Smythe, of the shape- olt Zutphen. His breath wheezed and
ly, white-stockinged legs and the corn- rattled in his throat as Red Top Billy
flower eyes, he regarded as the queen- smiled at the nurse and at the clusters
lest thing in queens. of blue cornflowers that filled a vase
Ethel lived In the big house with at his bedside, flowers that came from
the glazed brick front and the modern a costly home on Main street and
plumbing. Her parents were rich and somehow reminded him of a pair of
she was thoroughly acquainted with blue eyes.
the uses of grapefruit, marrons glaces, guess," sighed the lad. "I guess I
bath tubs, orange sticks, governesses, turned out to be some good after an."
Sunday schools, and dancing ditto, Im- Then he turned his face to the wall
ported soap and tooth-brushes, to all of and died.
which things Red Top Billy had re-
mained a stranger. She loved outdoor FOOLIXG wrrn FIRE
sports and especially her bicycle, of
which she had an expert knowledge. The land laws of the democratic
and TOde with a dashing grace that south are the worst In the United
caused more eyes than Billy's to States. There Is more tenantry in the
brighten. She did not know of Billy's south In proportion to the population
exploits and achievements In his own than anywhere In America. This is
world any more than he knew of her proven by census figures. Before
accomplishments, other than her skill workers vote to put the democratic
In bicycling, but her tender little heart party In control over the entire coun coun-ached
ached coun-ached for the white-faced boy on the try they should consider these well well-corner
corner well-corner who must always trail the use- established facts. Appeal to Reason
less withered limb, and in the free This Is a plain notification to south south-masonry
masonry south-masonry of exchanged smiles the un- ern white farmers that their negro
phrased friendship was formed, fed by tenants will share their lands and
pity on the one side and worship on houses as soon as the socialist party is
the other. jn power.
It was September, and the water ma-1 Vhat a firebrand that fool would
pies on the sidewalk had begun to fling!
deck themselves In their red and gold
autumnal finery. The air was sharp STREET CAR MEX STRIKE
and crisp, with Just a suspicion of
frost, and the sun shone valiantly and The employes of the Jacksonville
with sparkle. Billy was at his corner street car company are out on a strike,
calling out "papes," when the purring and with four or five exceptions the
of rubber-tires on the sidewalk, and cars are tied up all over the city,
the flash of white and blue warned him The employes of the street car corn corn-that
that corn-that Ethel was coming. Eagerly he Pny, who have been poorly paid, or or-watched
watched or-watched for and hoarded up the smile ganized a union a few days ago. In
that she gave him in passing and then consequence of this, the company dis dis-his
his dis-his world rocked about him, for there charged about twenty-five of the men,
was a chugging of motors, the quick whereupon the others went out on a
staccato exhaust of a motorcycle, and s,trike. The company will, of course,
a clash at the corner as the khaki- import strikebreakers. There has been
clad motorcycle cop and the little girl no disorder, and It is to be hoped the
met in a head-on collision. A shock, a men will not be provoked into any. It
cry, a gush of white steam, a quick seems to the Star that the streetcar
explosion and a red flame of burning men had a perfect right to form a
gasolene greedily licking up the pret- union if they wanted to, and the com com-ty,
ty, com-ty, sheer fabric of the child's flimsy pany acted very unreasonably fn dis dis-dress
dress dis-dress and white sweater, the swift charging any of its employes because
rush of onlookers and the moans of a they belonged to It.
burned child as the blazing fabrics
were extinguished In a hastily stripped AMEXD THE TWELFTH ARTICLE
off overcoat by a passerby. Over It
all hovered a helpless lad on crutches, To the Voters of Marion County:
his white face distorted with anguish We desire to call your attention to
and his withered leg trailing impotent- the proposed amendment to Article 12
ly as he was brushed back by the po- of the Constitution, to be voted upon
lice. at the general election. We urge you
That afternoon the other newsies to vote FOR the amendment, so that
scurried frantically about, calling special tax districts that wish to do
"Wextry, wextry. all about the accl- may afterwards, by vote of a ma-

Prog-re!lve Candidate for CoagrreM

Met Hilar Old Friend Friend-Mr.
Mr. Friend-Mr. E. R. Gunb3r, of Tampa, progres

sive candidate for Congress, spoke last
night from the bandstand to about 200
people. All of the prominent progres

sives of the territory about Ocala
were present, and a number from the

other parties, but probably a majority
of the audience was made up of dem

Mr. Gunby made a good speech. It
was Interesting and sensible and con contained
tained contained many" telling arguments. There
was nothing in it offensive to demo democrats,
crats, democrats, and in fact about two-thirds of
it was sound democratic doctrine. It
went to prove that there Is a common
ground of patriotism on which all men
who desire their country's welfare
can meet. Mr. Gunby mercilessly rid riddled
dled riddled the republican office holders or
Florida, he presented the claims of his

own party and in speaking of the dem- I
ocrats he used only words such as one
sensible and moderate man should use
in arguing with another. It was at attentively
tentively attentively listened to. and at the close
many pressed forward to greet and
congratulate the speaker.
It had been supposed that Mr.
Hodges, candidate for governor, and
other progressive speakers would be
present, but they became sidetracked.
Mr. Gunby returned to Tampa last
night. He Is well known In Ocala and
met many of his friends while here.
He took supper at Dewey's with Col.
Zack Mulhall and his daughters. Miss

Georgia and Mrs. Weller Carmichael,

and Mr. Carmichael and Judge D. S.
Williams. The Mulhalls are all friends

of Colonel Roosevelt, who Colonel Mul

hall knew when he was a young man
out west. He stopped at the Ocala
House, where he was much at home,
and was Introduced to his audience by
the veteran. Judge David S. Williams.
The progressives claim that they
are trying to build a strong white
man's party, outside the republican
ranks, and to oppose the democrats.
Mr. Gunby is a very logical man to be
in the forefront of such. a move. He is

not a politician out of a job, nor one

seeking a job. He is a first-class

lawyer, making a much greater income

than the government can pay him in
Congress, and it isn't likely that he
could afford to run if he thought he

would be elected.

mt. uunby came to Florida some
thirty years ago. He began his legal

career in the office of Judge E. K. Fos

ter of Sanford, one of the greatest
lawyers and best democrats, and as

well as one of the best citizens, the
state has ever had. At that time he
attracted the attention of Judge J. D.

Broome of the seventh circuit, who

pronounced him one of the best read

add most alert young lawyers of his

acquaintance. He was for some years

a-law partner of Judge Foster, and
with the judge conducted some of the

most important cases of the day. Fos

ter & Gunby was a firm name to notice

on the seventh circuit twenty years

ago. Later, Mr. Gunby went to Tampa,

which has since been his home, and

where he has had a most successful

Mr. Gunby has always urged the for

mation of a white republican party
and always flatly refused to obey the
orders of the organization. He was

appointed to one federal position, but

his independence cost him his job, and

he has never tried for another. As
most people remember, he was the
lily-white candidate for governor a

number of years ago, and received a

good vote. He might have been ap

pointed federal judge to succeed Judge
Locke last summer if he had bowed

the knee, but he wasn't built that way.

Mr. Gunby is an Independent man

on the street, ihe platform or In the
courts, he stands !up- and5"' speaks for
what he believes in. More than once

has his legaltalent been used for lit

tie pay, or hone, in behalf of right

crushed by Injustice. He has a lovely
family and a beautiful home at Tampa
and friends all over the state, and
Florida will always be proud of him as
a citizen, whether she gives him office

or not.

Montbrook, Fla., Oct. 21. 1912.
Dr. S. IL Blitch. Blitchton, Fla. Dear
Doctor: Our new sub-road district Is
figuring on improving our roads some
and we want to lead out from Mor Morrison
rison Morrison on the center line of section 8
and follow same to the county line and
we want your county to take same tip
at this point and open out to your
And what I want is for you to get
your shoulder to the wheel and go be before
fore before your commissioners the first Mon Monday
day Monday in November and get them com committed
mitted committed for this work; get some of
your other good citizens interested In
the work with you and see if we can't
sret a highway from Ocala via Blitch Blitchton.
ton. Blitchton. Morriston and on to the north
connecting with Alachua. I am ask asking
ing asking for bids now for the opening of
our road to the county line. We are
running our roads on land lines as
nearly as possible and as straight as
possible. Tours truly.
D. W. McArthur, Trustee.

Blitchton, Oct. 28. 1912.

We made a personal inspection of

the work planned above since receiv receiving
ing receiving our friend McArthur's letter and

nni surveys nnisnea, rignt or way
completed from the Alachua line to
near Morriston and judging from the

big force at work they mean to con consummate
summate consummate the undertaking.

The means being1' used are derived

from the sub-road district fund, con

frequently no graft, but each Individual

contributor is as nearly interested as

f the labor was being utilized for hi3

own selfish use.


-nanon county s commissioners may

not (they should) cooperate in the pro

ect to open up this desirable avenue

of travel to our Brick City, but should

they the great crowds visiting Mar

on s capital city and the marvelous
nerease in the trade therein would be

far beyond the most sanguine expec

tations of the business men and clti


If the business men of Ocala but

knew the enormous gain in traffic to

them by the realization of this high
way, they would put forth effort, con

tribute means and agitate.

S. H. Blitch.

dent," but the crippled boy at the cor

ner of Main and Elm streets drooped
heavily on his crutches and no word
came through his compressed lips as
he passed out the papers to his cus customers.
tomers. customers. WIthouJ waiting for a lull In
trade his restless brown eyes eagerly
scanned the story dished up by the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon paper under screaming head-

Jority of qualified electors who are
freeholders within a district. Issue
bonds for building and special pur purposes.
poses. purposes. Very respectfully.
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
B. R. Blitch.
J. S. Grantham,
J. II. Brinson.
Secretary and County Superintendent.

food is never greasy



motorcycle. Apply to Box 13, Anthony.

PIANO FOR SALE Good instru

ment at a bargain. Apply to E. P


FOR SALE 3 mules, 2 wagons and 1

buggy. Dr. R. II. Baskin, Anthony,

Fla, 1023-4tw


good second-hand cooking range. Ap

ply to Mrs. G. E. Campbell, 47 South

Third street east.

For sale cheap, a three-burner blue

flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the

Star office. AS.

FOR SALE A few pairs of Indian

Runner ducks. Eggs for setting at fl
per dozen.- -Apply to C. A. McPherson,

Dimnellon, Fla. 10-28-12t

The Dliwrepaaey la Ei-GoTeraw Jea-

Jaga aad Tax Aaseaaar
Ayer" Fix-area

Editor Star: Gov. Jennings figures

from 1811 tax books, while I figure

from 1912 books which were not avail available
able available until now. My 1912 tax books

show an aggregate gain over 1911
books of nearly three hundred thou

sand dollars.

Gov. Jennings invited all tax asses

sors to meet and discuss the subject
with the tax commission in Jackson

ville. All the items that I figured on

were proposed and discussed there. No
one could tell then or now Just which

will be accepted or rejected by said

commission, therefore. I had to figure

on all, showing' how every item would
effect Marlon county, and that if every

item figured on was taken from coun

ties and turned over to the state. Mar

ion county would lose 1227,746.90. Of

course, every item not taicen must oe
deducted from that amount, but with
all deductions suggested, Marion coun

ty would still be In the whole many

thousand dollars as Mr. Light shows.

Gov. Jennings is a man of unusual

ability, and he has no desire to benefit
one county at the expense of another.

No matter how much some of us dis disagreed
agreed disagreed with and opposed his views, he
heard us patiently and with the ut utmost
most utmost courtesy. His whole ambition Is

to devise tax laws for Florida that

will be more suitable than our pres

ent unjust system. For centuries men
of the greatest minds have devoted

their entire lives trying to devise a

tax law that would distribute the bur burden
den burden equally on all. but the deeper you

dive into the subject, the more In

tricate it becomes, and no plan has

been proposed yet,- but some defect or

objection could be found to It. We do
not expect Gov. Jennings to perform a

miracle, but we do confidently believe

that his commission will devise some
plan that will be an Improvement on
our present system, for he has copies
of the tax laws of every state, and is
giving the matter his undivided attention.

While Gov. Jennings s working for
the entire state. Light is looking out

for Marion county, and he Is on the

Job. Light knows that the man who
goes to Tallahassee depending on his
mother wit and good common sense to

pull him through, will not amount to
a notch on a stick. He Is, therefore.

fortifying himself with facts and

figures, and it is the duty of every
county official to give him all he

possesses, which we have cheerfully

done. Alfred Ayer.



FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms or the
complete house of six rooms. Apply to
Peter Ingram, 220 North Second street.


ROOMS FOR RENT Three connect connected
ed connected furnished rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Lights, water and bath. In Inquire
quire Inquire of P. A. Durand, 143 East Adams
street. 10-24-6t

I am jiow offering some of the most
valuable f lota in Ihb northern part ot
the city. If Interested call on W. IL
McConn at Converse's planing mill. I
also have other valuable lands at
Sparr going very reasonable.

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

Cottolene is a vegetable fat
made from the purest and

choicest cotton oil. It con

tains not an ounce of hog fat
Cottolene makes delicious

pastry crisp and flaky. For

frying, it can be heated to a
much higher temperature

than butter or lard, and forms

a coating vhich prevents the
absorption of the fat.
Cottolene is every bit as
good as, and much cheaper
than butter for cccldng. It is

far better
than lard; it is
richer, and
will go one one-third
third one-third farther
than either. It
is the most

economical jp

on the market.


Slop Tfe? Ma!
I will guarantee 70M to !' bnt iich in two
No remedy that I have ever sold for
Eczema, Psoriasis, ar,(' rJI o'or diseases
of the skin has piven more thorough
satisfaction than the
0. D. D.Prescripuoa tar Eczema
I guarantee this remedy.
Proprietor Pontofnre Drugstore and


In tariff .revision the democrats
have by far the strongest and most ef

fective argument In the campaign.
Both the other parties claim It, and
claim that it should be entrusted to
professional protectionists and no one
else. But it is to laugh at both of

them when they put forward that pre

tense. Mr. Taft had repeated chances

to ameliorate the tariff, and muffed

them all. He ought not to have an

other chance. Mr. Roosevelt knows
little and cares less about the taTlff,

except when consideration of It Is com

pulsory in a campaign. Then he makes
a bluff at saying something, but does
not say the right thing, and everybody
laughs. If the democrats get in and

get control of the Senate, something
will be done about the tariff, and there
is ample ground to be hopeful that it
will be done promptly, reasonably.

carefully and with intelligent con

sideratlon for the business of the

country. Business expects the demo

crats to win, and the tariff to be revls

ed downward. Is business scared? Not

a bit! Look at it! Read the papers

watch the stock market. Nobody fears

Wilson's election on business grounds,

Roosevelt shouters and Taft shouters
affect to fear It, but they can't pass

the scare along. It doesn't go. Life



R. E. Tonge & Co. are again In the

plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola

street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Tonge has

gone out of the business. All plumbing
jobs and contracts, whether large or

small, will be carefully looked after.

Phone 26. Respectfully,
Ad. R. E. Yongc & Co.

aggage, Freight, rianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Oiren All Orders.
we sowcrr your patronage

The very acme of quality in
is always to be had here where qual quality
ity quality and close prices go hand in hand.
We will convince you that this is the
market for you to patronize if you will
but grant U3 the trial. Phone 108.
w. 11. mahs-i, pnopRiKTnn

we can suppli you wrrn
For All Purposes, Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.

W. A. Rimes, Ruston. ll, writes

"Sometime ago I took Foley Kidney

Pills, and must confess the results

have been marvelous, for I feel like

new man. I suffered from kidney and

bladder troubles, out Foley Kidney
Pills fixed me. 1 will recommend them

to all sufferers from kidney trouble.'
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Adv.)


I wish to announce to the public that
I have opened a first class barbershop
in the new Carmichael building on

Magnolia street, near the Seaboard

Railroad. A tub and also a shower

bath are connected with the shop.

shall be pleased to receive a shara of

your patronage at the new shop.
10-24-23-2t V. C. Detterlch.


"It seemed that my 14-year-old boy
would have to lose his leg. on account

of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad

bruise." wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone

N. C. "All remedies and doctors' treat

ment failed till we tried Bucklen's Ar Arnica
nica Arnica Salve, and cured him with one
box." Cures burns, "oils, skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, piles. 25c. at lydings & Co. (Ad.)


The man without a bank account has little
to vote for."
This is the law; the common law of a. thrif thrifty
ty thrifty nation. It is the men with bauk aecounis
who elect a president.
, They, likewise," represent the prosperity,
the progressiveness, the charitableness of
every community.
The Munroe & Chamblips Bank invites you
to open your account here. It will serve your
best interests to the best of its ability, always.

.; Ocala, "Florida

We Make Your
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
Delivery for a Trial Package.
Phone 365 - Ocala, Fla.



bave lor Sale some First-Class Improv

ed Bart Oats, atOnr Place at 0ak,r-Fla.

32 Pounds per Bushel. Price $1.00 per Bushel.
Orders Filled Promptly. ADDRESS,




Bring Your Tires and Tubes to


F. A. Wootsey. a fcreaUman at Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Texas, says: "1 was down

with kidney trouble and rheumatism's

so bad I could hardly get up. and had
backache all the time, and was almost
tireJ of I fa wan advertisement
of Fclev Kidney Pills and after taking
one bottle I was better, and when I
had taken two more I was thoroughly
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ad.

I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Coney's residence, where I have a
large stock of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak, all of which Is well
seasoned. One dollar for a hlg load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 45.

H. M. Beatty, Little Rock. Ark., says:
"Far the past two years I suffered
with kidney trouble, had severe pains
across my back and over my hips that
almost meant death to me at times. I
used several well known kidney rem remedies,
edies, remedies, but got no relief until I used Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. These I can truth truthfully
fully truthfully say made me a sound and well
man.- Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Ad.)

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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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Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior

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Thc Plan Works,

Yet I am not sat-

I have given your customer's plan a fair trial .

lsfled with the results.
v I had laid by almost ten dollars, saved from my last month's pay. I kept
it in the bureau drawer. It was too hand there. Three different times have
I taken some amount for Immediate use. ; I see now It was spent foolishly.
There Is less than five dollars left. I must save that.

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We have just received another carload of stock. This car
contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules, selected
in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tompkins.
Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the selec selection
tion selection is large and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right. Respectfully,

Phone 117 Ocala, Fla.

Iffl IMI.Mii

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

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

Mr. W. J. McDonald of Daytona is In
the city visiting friends.

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

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

A new line of toilet requisites just

hrr Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores. Ad.

Mr. and Mrs. Eierene Rivers return

ed from their weeding trip today.

Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerlga Postoffice Drugstores. Ad.

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

Miss Ilallie Ley is able to be out to today
day today for the first time since her recent

While shopping, stop ana cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company. Ad.

Miss Bettie Wray Mclver is ill at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Mclver.

Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerig's Postoffice Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents. Ad.

Mrs. Dr. IlQirv and trovprness- Miss

Louise Stebb&sL-of Lake Weir, are in
Hthe city, guests' of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.

FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my
Regal automobile. In perfect condition.
A. M. Lansford. 10-12-tf

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


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WHAT'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
good sport.
g We are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Powder
& and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
I In lartware Co.

Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give

new life. Sold at Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Mrs. T. E. Bridges returned today

from Asheville and Hartsville, S. C,
where she has been visiting relatives
since July.


Miss Edith Miller, second daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Miller, who
live five miles north from Ocala, died
yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock after
a few days illness. Miss Edith was
fifteen years of age and came to Ocala
with her parents and two sisters.
Misses Edna and Marjorie, three years
ago from Kirkwood, Ills.
She was a bright and lovable girl
and her sudden death has brought
great sorrow not only to her friends
and sisters but to the friends she made
around her home and in the Ocala
school, of which she was an Intelligent
The funeral services were conducted
by Rev. "W. H. Coleman this afternoon
from the home and interment was
made in Greenwood. A large number
of her schoolmates were at the ceme cemetery,
tery, cemetery, where many friends from her
home neighborhood had followed for
the last sad rites. A profusion of flow flowers
ers flowers were laid upon her last resting
Mclver & MacKay had charge of the
funeral arrangements.


The subject for the Epworth League
next Sunday Is "Home Missions, and
some interesting talks are being pre prepared
pared prepared so that the meeting will be spe specially
cially specially attractive. Mr. Carlton Ervin
will lead the meeting. It is urged that
all of the leaguers study the subject of
Home Missions this week and be able
to help in the meeting next Sunday.
An invitation is extended to all of the
young people in Ocala to be present at
this meeting Sunday.


Messrs. Mclver and MacKay have a
beautiful team of black horses which
they had shipped from North Carolina,
where they were purchased by Mr. D.
E. Mclver this fall. The team Is be being
ing being used in the delivery wagon for the
furniture department and will also
draw the hearse when required.


A dozen of the young folks of the
city, four girls and several boys, are
preparing to give an entertainment at
the Temple Theater some time In De December
cember December entitled "The Freshmen," for
the benefit of the Marion County Sur Surgical
gical Surgical Hospital. Mr. Carl Loden Is the
leader of the play and Mrs. Frank
Drake will have supervision over It

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soapi

full half-Dound cakes. 15 cents. Soldi

only at Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores.;


At 2 o'clock yesterday morning,
William Frederick llcAVeer, Jr., arriv

ed at the home ofMr. and Mrs. W. F.

McAteer on SouthFifth street. The

baby is a big flnejmjt the first to glad gladden
den gladden the hearts and home of the Mc-

uAteer family, and they are very proud

One of our yovHJg friends is mourn
ne the declined the pumpkin. De-

siring one for Haflbwe'en he ransackl
ed half the townoefore he found o ne. J

Miss Grace Brown, 12-year-old

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Brown,

who live near Martel, Is an appendi

citis patient in the hospital.

Vqf him.

For quick signs painted while 'you

wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lsave orders same old

stand. Ad.

Dr. W. H. Dodge left this morning

for Jacksonville, where he will attend

the meeting of the Presbytery this


The K. of P. held a well attended
meeting last night, conferred degrees

on several new members and passed on
some important measures.

When you are sick and need a physi physician,
cian, physician, remember that anything he or

ders will be sure to be compounded in

the right way at the Court Pharmacy.

Sick headache is caused by a disor disordered
dered disordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct -that and the head headaches
aches headaches will disappear. NFor sale by all
dealers. (Adv.)

Mr. C. W. Moffat is on the trail of
the party who last Friday night went
to his lot on North Sanchez street.

broke the lock on the gate and then

nailed the gate.

Messrs. William Hocker, Joseph Bell

and J. W. White went hunting In the

scrub near Candler yesterday. Mr

White returned today bearing a ham

off a deer killed by one of the party.

Mr. J. M. Welch, the contractor, is
building a pretty suburban home for

Mr. Cole east of the golf links, and

the material and lumber is being sup

plied by the Ocala Lumoer & Supply





We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds

in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.

We ca r r y o ver fl f ty d i f Fer Fer-ent
ent Fer-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

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 trimmingb.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this

nfz Nth i l

The Ocala Lumber and Supply Com

pany has a shipment of Spanish floor

tile for Col. R. L. Anderson's new
home south of the city. This tile

comes from Messrs. Pons & Co., Ha

vana, Cuba, and this firm Imports it

from"Barcelonia, Spain.


Tr and Mrs XI T? Tcffrloa nf

Zephyrhills, spent last night in Ocala.

Mr. Jeffries is the promoter of the

colony at Zephyrhills and Is quite

proud of the little town. Less than
three years ago he first load of lum lumber
ber lumber was hauledf orthe first house and
now the townboasts of "500 Inhabi

tants, a publijiai40xl00 feet, a pub public
lic public library, efectryfc lights and several
miles of-board vfalks, a Grand Army-

camp and numerous -other improve

ments. There aj-e bearing fruit trees

that were set out less than three years

a?o, and the fine trucking farms

around show that it Is a prosperous



This afternoon at 3 o'clock Clyde

Craisington was arrigned before Jus

tice Lyles for forging checks on Mr.

B. Goldman and Mr. C. Carmichael,
Sept. 25th and 2Sth. He plead guilty

to forging Mr. Goldman's name to

check for $16.50 and to one for $18;

he also plead guilty to forging Mr.
Carmichael's name to a check for $5,

but said he did not remember makin

out the check for $40 with Mr. Carmi

chael's name signed to it. He did not

i deny the charge, for he said he was
A; under the influence of liquor and his
A memory was not clear. He was held
Y.for the circuit court under bond in the

A I sum of $1000.

In Judge Lyles court this morning.

Bennie Woods, a negro boy, was tried
for stealing a suit of clothes which

had been left in his care. The evidence
brought out the fact that the suit had

been stolen from the shop Bennie was

running along with twenty pairs of

trousers. The jury found Bennie not

guilty and he was allowed to go free

J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's

Cough Remedy for his boy who had a
cold, and before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gone. Is that

not better than to pay a five dollar

doctor's bill. Sold by all dealers. (Ad.)

"The Rosary" company arrived on

the A. C. L. train this afternoon. The

members will give their play at the
Temple tonight. A number of seats

have been sold and there promises to

be a good attendance. It is a very fine

play and deserves a good house.

Mr. R. C. Muncaster's friends have

about persuaded him to enter the may mayoralty
oralty mayoralty race. Mr. Muncaster, ever since

his arrival in Ocala, has entered Into
public affairs with a vim, and has done

his best to advance several plans for
the city's welfare. He has quite a
number of friends, and will make a

candidate to be reckoned with.

K. of P. meet Monday evening.

What Are You Paying?

Bine Ribbon Lemon and Vanila

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

Large Pail Snowdrift $1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift 50c

Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue Hen Matches per pkg 15c

Cakes Expos t Borax Soap. . .25c

Baker's or Huyler's Chocolate

per pound ; 35c

3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans

per can lOc

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

ao. 3 size Florida Tomatoes .... 10c

Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3. .



Favorite Corn 3 cans for .

Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound.. 30c

3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c

3 Pkgs. Upton's Jelly Tablets. .25c

3 v Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .22


Star's Article off m Few Day Ac Has
Barac Swm FnUt

It will be remembered that the Star

has urged the school board to dismiss
school on one day during the fair and

allow the children and teachers to

attend the fair.
Taking this matter up the executive

board of the Marion County Fair Asso Association
ciation Association met this morning and discuss discussed
ed discussed the subject and appointed a com committee
mittee committee of five gentlemen to appear be before
fore before the county school board at its
meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 5th, and re request
quest request the board to allow the schools

of the county to be closed on that day
and grant pay for the day to the teach teachers
ers teachers and urge on them to have the
children attend the fair and to attend
with them. The children under twelve

years of age will be admitted free on

the 29th, which date the management
proposed to make Children's Day, and
all children in actual attendance on
schools, over the age of 12, will be

admitted for half price. The commit

tee appointed to appear before the
school board is Capt. S. R. Pyles, Dr.
J. C. Booxer. Messrs. Z. C Chambllss,

John I. Edwards and R. FL Carroll.

One other piece of business trans

acted by the board this morning was

the increasing of the purse for the
trotting races $25 and the motorcycle

races $10.


The Star today received the follow

ing characteristic message from Dr.

Walter Hood:

"Coming. Touching only the high

places. J. W. IL"

"10-28-12. Spartanburg. S. C."


The feature at the Air Dome tonight

will be the extra fine comic, "Man

Wanted," made to make you laugh.

"Vultures and Doves." a strong

drama by the Vitagraph Co., featuring

Mrs. Julia Swayne Gordon of Orlando,

"The Fake Mine Swindlers." Found

ed on actual facts. It is a good story

of the west.


It would never do to tell who handed

the following verses to the Star last


There is a girl in our town

Who tells such pretty lies

That all the love-sick boys around

Do laud her to the skies.

There was a girl in our town

Whose wondrous golden hair

When loosened Bragged the ground.

And made the young men stare.

There is a girl in our town

Who wears a dainty shoe;

If her face was as pretty as her feet

Busted hearts would not be few.

There is a girl on our street.

She's fair and fat and fine.

The boys all say, "She's fit to eat,"

And for a "bite" they pine.

There is a girl In our flat,

She is a sight to see;

She wears a snolligoster hat

And onions eats with glee.

There Is a girl In our town.

She's witty and she's .wise,

And all the love-sick boys around

Just laud her to the skies.

There Is a lassie round and plump

Who lives down our way.

Her skirts fit tight about her.

And she parades all day.


Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 57 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 82 degrees.
Average, 70 degrees.


Fair north and central, showers
south portion tonight or Wednesday.'


Specialist Eye, Ear, Noe and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala Ad.

Mr. E. I Wartmann of Citra. and a
member of the state board of control,
is among the visitors in the city. Mr.
Wartmann Is not here on state busi business,
ness, business, but on the contrary that of a per personal
sonal personal nature. In fact, Mr. Wartmann
Is here arranging for the transporta transportation
tion transportation of his Immense citrus fruit crop.

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

Mrs. G. T. Maughs of Ocala Is en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit with Mrs. Newman, at
her home, corner of Hubbard and Sec Second
ond Second streets in Springfield. Times-Union.

3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c

3 Cans Hutch Cleanser .25c

15 Pounds Sugar ....... .$.1.00

14 Pounds Whole Rice. ..... .$.100

Old Country Blend Tea, per lb. .50c

5 Gallons Oil 60c

Bulk Oatmeal per pound 5c

Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
6 Cans Karo Syrup 55c

Heinz Vineear. per gallon 35c

Irish Potatoes, per peck 30c

12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c
12-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour 50c

24-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour $1.00

Half Barrel Pilsbury Flour . .$3.75
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 50c
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ....$1.00
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ..$1.05
96 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $3.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
12 lbs. Bob White Flour 45c
24 lbs. Bob White Flour 85c
06 lbs. Bob White Flour ..... $3.35
Half -barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$6.50


. For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.

327. First class car and uniformly

low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
Mrs. Benjamin J. Potter Is at home
again in her attractive apartment, 320

West Church street, after spending a
delightful summer at Saratoga and
Lake George. X. Y. Times-Union.

That are satisfactory must include sucii fea features
tures features as the safeguarding of funds, accuracy -in
accounts and an understanding of your
needs. The Ocala National Bank offers you
all of these and every courtesy and ad va ntage
possible. 7
Deposit a Checking Acccsnt Hito Us To-Day.
H. rrKE. Csnlr

A good remedy for a toad cough is
heals the lungs and quiets Irritation.
Price 25c. 50c and II per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Ad.

Mrs. George Seavey and little son.
accompanied by the former's sister.
Miss Lin a Goodall, have returned to
their home in Jacksonville after a
pleasant visit with friends in Ocala

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
dealers. (Adv.)

Mr. Hart of Ocala took charge of the
mechanical shop of the T. & O. C
Railway at Odessa, this week and ex

pects to move his family to our city

later. Tarpon Springs Leader.

J. C. Ray. WlnOeld, Ala., says: "My
father, T. J. Ray, suffered with kidney
and bladder trouble so bad he had to

use a catheter. Various kidney rem

edles were tried without result, and
finally we gave him Foley Kidney
Pills. In three days he could pass

some water and on the fifth, no longer

needed a catheter. He continued to use

Foley Kidney Pills until entirely

cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad

plants now .ready for setting. For
further information, address, N.

Price, Gainesville, Fla.


A First Class, 50 Acre Farm, Close to Ocala,
Will be Sold Cheap. All Implements, Cows and
Horses. A Big Bargain for Some one.
Miicasteir & Ml.
Ocala Board of Trade Rooms



You will Surely Find Somethlno that you
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, are
JUST IN, and will be found Fresh and Fine

Fall Cream Edaa Cheese In tins..............'
French Roquefort Cheese in Individual jars
French Roquefort Cheese In large ars ...... .i



German Camembert


Dutch (Vazet)

Switzerland Sap Sago

Italy Gri. Parmasan



American Club
" Pimento









" cakes each
" large bottles ...

" Jars

44 Philadelphia Cream Cheese In jars..
" Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil

Sheffords Snappy Cheese In fin foil...... lCc
Dill Pickles, the aood kind from Germany, dozen 2Cc

Pate de Foie Gras, with Truffles, large ars.
, small
Trnffes Drossees in large bottles ..
" small
Boneless Anchovies In oil, ....

Puree of Partridge with Truffles per tin

- Venison
" Quail
Pure de Foie Gras

The Four Articles Above are,Fine for Lcnch or Sandiviches
Imported Ginaer Ale. 20c bottle, per dozen ... Sl.SD

Iinorr's Consomme Cubes
Soup Tablets
Japanese Preserved Jinger, small pots

Deckers Self Raising Flcur, all sizes
Pure Sap tlaple Syrup, pints and quails
. II Tespll fctswy
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala : : : : : : Florida
















T&k no chance "with & pain la th chert.

JSrery case of consumption beffan with tba(
ayznptom. Stop It at once with
Horrefoouinid Syrup
It Is a Fine Healing Remedy f cr
Soro Lungs, Coughs end
Tt promptly cheeks inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears the
air passages, restores tone and strength to the bronchial tubes.
Relieres hoarseness. Irritating coughs, tickling aensatlons In the
throat: rexnores congestion and enables the patient to breathe
easily and rest comfortably at night.
Price 25c, 50c and 51.00 per Dottle.
Buy the 11.09 size. It contains fire times as much
as the 25c size, and you get with each bottle a Dr.
Ilerrlcks Red Pepper porous Plaster for the chest.

f. tLU ST. ex

StrpTfeea Eys Salre Is a safe as


fer Sot Eye.




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OcAiA- KVtNGTiUi, tribAir, October 29, 1012

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F.O. a Detroit


Model K" Touring Car Complete! Equipped.
Equipment includes: three oil lamps, two gas lamps, Prest-o-lite
tank, mohair top with side cuitaina and top cover, wind windshield,
shield, windshield, horn, demountable rims with spare rim, tire holders,
tool kit with jack, and tire repair outfit with pump, nickel
cad black trimmings.

F.O.B. Detroit

The car that conquers every
territory it enters is the car to tie to

K-r-i-t cars have already conquered in many
sections. They have never yet failed in
profit to the dealer, and satisfaction to
the buyer.
Increased production now enables us to
bring them to you.
Here, therefore, is the opportunity for dealer
and buyer alike a car of medium price
that offers such value and service that it
has made a clean sweep.
One of the explanations of K-r-i-t value is
that all the essential parts are made within
the K-r-i-t organization ; the money is put
into the car itself and not in useless
Dealers who know the K-r-i-t, know that the
best part of the K-r-i-t profit lies in its
character which makes it a successful
car next year as well as this year because
the K-r-i-t reputation rolls up the sales.
Moreover they know that K-r-i-t service
means that the K-r-i-t Motor Car Company
stands back of every car that a written
guarantee for a year goes with each car.
The dealer knows also that when he is offer offering
ing offering the K-r-i-t he is offering his client a
full $900 worth in power, speed, ease

in riding, rccm, comfort, and reliability reliability-more
more reliability-more in fact, for that sum than he could
ever effer before.
Therefore, the Dealer who ties up with the
K-r-i-t will be scoring, like others before
him, the biggest business stroke of his
career. He will be tying to a car that
. will sweep through his territory just as it
has triumphed elsewhere.
If you understand the technical side of an
automobile, bear in mind that the K-r-i-t
motor, clutch and transmission are a unit
That means conservation of power, getting
as near as possible 100-per cent efficiency.
And speaking of power, don't forget that
while the K-r-i-t is medium in price, it is
full powered, staunch and husky, equal
to any work.
K-r-i-t models are finished in black and
nickel and with 56 or 60-inch tread as
desired. Their equipment is complete.
An electric lighting system including five
lamps, and 100-hour storage battery is
added to each car for $10 extra.
Other Models "KR" Roadster $900; MKD"
Delivery' $900; Completely Equipped
F. O. B. Detroit

Established dealers should write or wire
to Geo. A. Crittenden, Sales Manager
Or our Special Representative
J. V. H. CAIRNS, Burbridge Hotel Jacksonville, Fla,


I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the

court house square,
a Fine Drove of
First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market' each two
ivnolra nnH col 41m

fitoek in nersnn and I "'.V O's

get the very best.

Call at the Lot, yon will find some Stock to suit yon,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.



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Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.


Ao- Eo BUM

Ocala, Florida


Sumterville, Oct. 28. Mr. J. VT. Tid Tid-well
well Tid-well has sold his place just south of
town to Mr. F. I Rutland and Mr. A.

T. Coleman. Mr. Tidwell's family has

moved to Tampa and we are informed
that he will go soon to Join them.
Hon. T. H. Wicker of Coleman made
a trip to the Belton water mill Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The judge likes good water
ground meal, and he also likes to
catch a good mess of fish while he
waits for his meal.
Mr. Clayburn Marsh, the livery liveryman
man liveryman of Bushnell and Mr. C. C. Belton
of the Sumter County Times office,
came up to Sumterville last night to
see their best girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Goree Nelson of Bush Bushnell
nell Bushnell came up and spent the night with
friends in town one day last week. Mr.
Nelson came up to finish moving his
household effects to his new home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mrsh and the

school teacher from Panasoffkee were

visiting in Sumterville Sunday after

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Tankersley of the
growing town of Coleman were seen
on our streets yesterday. They were

going to spend the day. with Mrs.

Tankersley's parents Just south of

Master Sidney and little Miss Flor
ence Graham of Bushnell are spend
ing a few days with their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cassady.

Our talented young school teacher.
Miss Daisy Haines, has been quite
sick with fever this week but we are

glad to say she is much better now.

We are having some beautiful
weather now and the truckers are all
as busy as can be setting out cabbage
and planting other fall crops. The
prospects for a big cabbage crop were

never better.

Mrs. Sue Walworth and son Frank,
are visiting Mrs. Walworth's mother.

Mrs. S. n. Williams this week.
Rev. Black filled his regular ap

polntment at the Methodist church

yesterday morning.
Although our county site Is now lo

cated at Bushnell on the railroad,

quite a crowd was seen this morning
on their way by private conveyance to
meet Judge Bullock at the session of
circuit court.
-Mrs. II. C. Belton has been quite
sick with bilious fever, but she Is
slowly improving and we hope will
soon be well again.
Mr. M. I Mann came up to spend
Saturday and Sunday with his par parents.
ents. parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mann.
Miss Henry Boswell. deputy post postmistress,
mistress, postmistress, has been quite sick for the
last few- days with chills and fever.
We hope to see her entirely well again
The merchant prince of the town of
Panasoffkee, Mr. Moses Marsh, with
his best girl, was seen driving his new
car on our streets yesterday.


She's a wise woman who knows Just
what to do when her husband's life 13
In danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Brain Brain-tree,
tree, Brain-tree, Vt.. Is of that kind. -She insist insisted
ed insisted on my using Dr. King's New Dis Discovery."
covery." Discovery." writes Mr. F., "for a dreadful
cough, when I was so weak ray friends
all thought I had only a short time to
live, and It completely cured me." A
quick cure for coughs and colds. It's
the most safe and reliable medicine for
many throat and lung troubles grip,
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough,
quinsy, tonsilitls, hemorrhages. A
trial will convince you. 50c. and 11.
Guaranteed by Tydlngs & Co. (Adv.)

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Copyrltit, UU, toy U. K. fly Co.
Marjorie, as the supposed wife ol
the rescuing angel, was permitted
first search, and the first thing she
hunted for was a certain gold brace bracelet
let bracelet that was none of hers. She found

it and seized It with a prayer of
thanks, and concealed it among her

own things."

Mrs. Temple gave her a guilty start,

by speaking across a barrier:

"Mrs. Mallory, your husband Is the

bravest man on earth."

"Oh, I know he is," Marjorie

beamed, and added with a spasm of
conscience: "but he isn't my hus


Mrs. Temple gasped in horror, but
Marjorie dragged her close, and
poured out the whole story, while the

other passengers recovered their prop properties
erties properties with as much Joy as If they

were all new gifts found on a bush.
Meanwhile, under Mallory's guld

ance, the porter fastened the outlaws
together back to back with the straps

of their own feed-bags. The porter
was rejoicing that his harvest of tips

was not blighted after all.
Mallory completed his bliss, by gir

Ing him Dr. Temple's brace of guns,
and establishing him' as jailer, with
a warning: "Now, porter, don't take

your eye off 'em."
"Lordy, I won't bat an eyelid."

"If either of these lads coughs, put

a hole through both of 'em."

The porter chuckled: "My fingers is
Just a-Itchln fer them lovln triggers."

Mallory pocketed two of the cap captured
tured captured revolvers, lest a need might
arise suddenly again. As he hurried
down the aisle, he was received with

cheers. The passengers gave him an
ovation, but he only smiled timidly.

andmade haste to Marjorie's side-

She regarded him with such idol

atry that he almost regretted his deed.

But this mood soon passed in her ex

citement, and In a moment she was

surreptitiously showing him the
bracelet. He became an accessory
after the fact, and shared her guilt,
for when she groaned with a sudden

droop: "Shell get It backl" he grimly

answered, "Oh, no she won't!" hoist

ed the window, and flung the bracelet
into a little pool by the side of the

track, with a farewell: "Good-bye,


As he drew his head in, a side
glance showed him that up near the
engine a third train-robber held the

miserably weary train crew in line.

He found the conductor Just about
to pull the bellrope, to proceed. The
conductor had forgotten all about the

rest of the staff. Mallory took him

aside, and told him the situation, then

turned to Marjorie, said: "Excuse me

a minute," and hurried forward. The

conductor followed Mallory through

the train Into the baggage coach.

The first news the third outlaw had
of the counter-revolution occurring in
the sleeping car was a mysterious

bullet that flicked the dust near his
heel, and a sonorous shout of "Hands
up!" As he whirled in amaze, he
saw two revolvers aimed point blank

at him from behind a trunk. He

hoisted his guns without parley, and

the train crew trussed him up in short


Mallory ran back to Marjorie, and

the conductor followed more slowly,
reassuring the passengers in the other
cars, and making certain that the

train was ready to move on Its way,

Mallory went straight to Dr. Tem

ple, with a burning demand:

"You dear old fraud, will you marry


Dr. Temple laughed and nodded.
Marjorie and Mrs. Temple had been

telling him the story of the prolonged
elopement, and he was eager to atone

for his own deception, by putting an

end to their misery.

"Just wait one moment," he said

and as a final proof of affection, he
unbuttoned his collar and put it on
backwards. Mrs. Temple brought out
the discarded bib, and he donned It

meekly. The transformation ex

plained many a mystery the old man

had enmeshed himself In.
Even at he made ready for the
ceremony, the conductor appeared,
looked him over, grinned, and reached
for the bell-cord, with a cheerful: "Ail
Mallory had a sort of superstitious
dread, not entirely unfounded on ex experience,
perience, experience, that If the train got under
way again. It would run into some
new obstacle to his marriage. He
turned to the conductor:
"Say, old man, Just hold the train
till after my wedding, won't you?"
It was not much to ask In return
for his services, but the conductor
was tired of being second In com command.
mand. command. He growled:
"Not a minute. We're 'way behind
"You might wait till I'm married,"
Mallory pleaded.
"Not on your life!" the conductor
answered, and he pulled the bell-rope
twice; in the distance, the whistle an answered
swered answered twice.
Mallory's temper flared again. He
cried: 'This train doesn't go another
step till I'm married!" He reached
up and pulled the bell-rope once; In
the distance the whistle sounded
This was high treason, and the con conductor
ductor conductor advanced on him threatening threateningly,
ly, threateningly, as he seized the cord once more.
"You touch that rope again, and IH
"Oh, no, you won't," said Mallory,
as he whisked a revolver from his
right pocket and jammed It into the
conductor's watch-pocket. The con conductor
ductor conductor came to attention.
Then Mallory, standing with his
right hand on military duty, out out

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This is the deliberate opinion of no Ices an
authority than Philip Dreesbach, German
expert and scientist in the Wahl-IIcr.ins Insti

tute of Fermentology. He says:

'Beer acted upon by light soon takes up the very disagreeable,
so-called 'light taste,' and aba a repulsive skunk-like odor. Beer
so affected is offensive to the palate of most consumers, and
there is probably nothing that will influence them more against
any brand of bottled beer than to have once tasted beer possess possess-ing
ing possess-ing this light taste to a marked degree. The presence of this
defect, however, is not always the bottler's fault, as the con consumer
sumer consumer himself very often lets the beer stand in the light. But
the consequences must usually be borne ty the bottler."
Schlitz is sold .in Brown Bottles to protect its purity
from the brewery to your glass.
In our brewery we spend more in purity in time,
in skill and in money than any other cost.
Why don't you, too, demand the pure beer
Schlitz in Brown Bottles ?

See that crown or cork
is branded "Schlitz:9

Telephone 37
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.

That Made Milwaukeefamons

ms lert hand, and gave the word:
"Now, parson."
He smiled still more as he heard
Kathleen's voice wailing: "But I can't
find my bracelet, Where's my brace bracelet?"
let?" bracelet?" "Silence! Silence!" Dr. Temple
commanded, and then: "Join hands,
my children."
Marjorie shifted Snoozleums to her
left arm, put her right hand into Mal Mallory's,
lory's, Mallory's, and Dr. Temple, standing be between
tween between them, began to drone the
When the old clergyman had done
his work, the young husband-at-last
graciously rescinded military law, re recalled
called recalled the artillery from the conduc conductor's
tor's conductor's very midst, and remembering
Manila, smiled:
"You may fire when ready, conduc conductor."
tor." conductor." The conductor's rage had cooled,
and he slapped the bridegroom on the
back with one hand, as he pulled the
cord with the other. The train began
to creak and tug and shift The ding ding-dong
dong ding-dong of the bell floated murmurous murmurous-ly
ly murmurous-ly back as from a lofty steeple, and
the clickety-click. cllck-clickety-click
quickened and softened into a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant gossip, as the speed grew, and the
way Was so smooth for the wheels
that they seemed to be spinning on
rails of velvet.


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New Hotel As tor

Corner Bay and Hogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Hunninar Water and
Telephone In liach Room. Free Baiha.
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Oet off at Hogan Street


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Clean. Comfortable. Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on

the A meiican and European Plans.
American Plan. 12 per day and up. European Plan, 1.00 per day and up.
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