The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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FURNITURE
For All of the LTozss
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA; FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1912.
NO. 130.
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L. E. YONCE,
Ocala - Florida.

DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
offices over the
commercial haxk
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.
J. E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 1), 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.
W, G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA. FLA
HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
.Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. H. MrlYKIt and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
11 Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCAIiA
FLORIDA
"Queen of Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' & MINERS' TRANS TRANSPORTATION
PORTATION TRANSPORTATION COMPANY STEAM STEAMSHIP
SHIP STEAMSHIP LINES
From Jacksonville to Savannah, Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston
and Providence.
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
II. C. AVERY, Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
I D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Finest Coastwise Trips In the World"
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estln ates' Made on All Con
tract Work. Glve3 more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in t.b city.
Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of th
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of th
BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Davis, 27 Weshiotrton St., ConnersTilla.
ad., is in hit S5th year, lie writ; us: I hav
atel snflsred mnoh from my Itidne s aod blad bladder
der bladder I had aerer back cJm aud my kidar action
was too frequent, causing me to lose much Meet
and io my blander there was constant
rain. I took Foley Kidney Fills for some time.
and am now free of al' tiooMe Dd again able to
be up and aronod. Foley Kidacy rills har mj
aJLf Leak recommendation.
For Sale j Aatl-Moaopoly Drag-store
FOiriSKlDHEYPIILS
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Gave Their Liven at San Antonio to
Save Their IIeiplea Charge from
a Fiery Death
San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 31. Six
Sisters of Charity and one child are
dead and two children are missing as
the result of a fire at the Santa Ilosa
hospital yesterday morning. The Santa
Rosa Is one of the largest hospitals in
San Antonio.
The Sisters of Charity gave up their
lives in their efforts to save nearly
100 small orphan children. But three
of the nine sisters in the building es escaped
caped escaped death.
Two women employed as servants
were badly injured.
The dead sisters are:
Mother Mary of the Cross, who was
mother superior of the asylum. Her
name was Mary Rosslter, native of
Wexford, Ireland.
Mother Francis Pasteur, native of
France.
Sister Peter Claver Stevin, teacher
in San Antonio school, native of Dub Dublin,
lin, Dublin, Ireland.
Sister Leacadia Nolan, teacher in
San Fernando school, native of Dub Dublin,
lin, Dublin, Ireland.
Sister Kostka Farrell, native of
Kaldar, Ireland.
Sister Monica Montez, native of
Mexico.
The one orphan child known to
have perished, and whose body was
recovered, was Charles Mathlow, aged
three years.
The origin of the fire Is not yet
known. Eighty-seven orphan children
ranging in age from two to twelve
years, and nine nuns were in the
building, where the fire started. The
Sisters of Charity nobly sacrificed
their own lives for the helpless little
orphans, remaining in the structure
until the building Itself began to
crumble and fall.
The death of the mother superior,
Mary of the Cross, was a demonstra
tion unparalleled for courage. She re returned
turned returned to the dormitory when she
heard the cry of a little child forgot forgotten
ten forgotten in the hurry and excitement. A
few moments later she appeared at
the window on the front of the build building
ing building with the child In her arms.
Fire Chief Wright attempted to
save her, but failed. A ladder was
placed against the wall and the fire
chief scaled it, but before he reached
her the mother superior and the child
disappeared. The flooring had been
burned away and she had fallen thru
to the floor below, where her lifeless
body was recovered later.
III! IS ill
People of the Fourth Judicial Circuit
Ask the Heat of the State to
Help Them
To the Electors of Marlon County:
Most of you have at some time had
occasion to complain at "the law's
delay."
All of you know that "the law's de delay"
lay" delay" always postpones and frequent frequently
ly frequently defeats, the enforcement of legal
rights and the administration of jus justice.
tice. justice. The people of Duval, Nassau, St.
Johns and Clay counties (comprising
the fourth judicial circuit) are com complaining
plaining complaining earnestly at "the law's delay."
BECAUSE
They did not get any relief from
the additional Judges and circuits
created la3t year, while every
other circuit In the state did get
relief;
BECAUSE
The population of the counties
mentioned, and the business In the
circuit courts of these counties, is
now more than four times greater
than when the judicial machinery
we have was provided;
BECAUSE
It Is not humanely possible for
one man to do the work required
of the Judge of the fourth circuit.
The legislature has recognized our
need of the relief asked for, by pro
posing an amendment to the constitu
tion, which Is to be voted, on in the
WHOLE STATE at the election next
week.
The amendment will appear on the
ballot as follows:
"FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND AMEND-Ment.
Ment. AMEND-Ment. ARTICLE V, CREATING AN
ADDITIONAL CIRCUIT JUDGE
SHIP FOR DUVAL COUNTY.
SALARY AND OTHER EXPENSES
TO BE PAID BY DUVAL COUN COUNTY."
TY." COUNTY." The adoption of the amendment will
promote the cause of justice;
The adoption of the amendment will
cost you nothing;
If you do not object to the promo promotion
tion promotion of Justice, free of cost to you, you
are requested to vote for the amend amendment,
ment, amendment, and further assist a worthy
cause by asking your friends and
neighbors to do likewise.
McIXTOSn
Mcintosh. Oct. 30. Mrs. Dorsey is
back from Mount'sterling K, and is
located for the winter with Mrs. J. W.
Means.
Mr. W. E. Allen Is building an addi addition
tion addition to his stables.
The ghosts and goblins will gather
at the Mcintosh High School on Fri Friday
day Friday evening. There will be prizes
given for the best costume. Of course,
the witch will be on hand to tell for fortunes
tunes fortunes while it is rumored that some
of the "spooks" will even have refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments.
Mr. S. H. Galtskill was in Tampa
early in the week, looking at some
machinery for the packing house
which he is preparing to overhaul for
this season's crop.
Mr. C. E. Bateman has purchased
the Mcintosh livery stable from Mr. C.
F. Farren, taking charge this week.
Mr. Bateman is contemplating the pur purchase
chase purchase of a new Ford auto to facilitate
hauling drummers around.
Mr. J. K. Christian is In Dunnellon
looking after the Interests of the
Christian and Gamble Co., who have

moved and are occupying a new build building
ing building at Miami.

Fishing in Orange Lake is better
than it has been in years. The trout
especially are biting fine. Well loaded
launches visit the fishing grounds very
frequently, usually returning with a
fine catch and the tale that they used
all the bait they had and the fish Just
begged for more.
EES
Of the Democratic Party and lie Care
ful that You Do Not Vote for
Anyone El we
It Is in ordf-r for every democrat to
study this list carefully and memorize
it as far as possible, so he will be sure
not to vote for the nominees of any
other party when he goes to mark his
ballot.
For Presidential Electors
Vote for six.
Democrat
Jefferson B. Browne.
Charles E. Jones.
Leland J. Henderson.
II. C. Sparkman.
Wm. C. Jones.
J. Fred DeBerry.
Prohibition
George G. Ritchie.
Joseph W. Carson.
W. I Coryell.
E. N. Waldron.
J. G. Boydston.
Milton A. Smith.
Republican
G. B. Tatterson.
S. W. Rowley.
Lynn Kllbourne. 1
I. E. Webster.
Albert Oberdorfer.
Joseph II. Frisk.
Progressive
Wm. C. Richardson.
J. A. Trovillion.
Geo. P. Wentworth.
Philip D. Beall.
J. E. Merrill.
T. T. Munroe.
Socialist
C.
G.
A.
E.
C. Allen.
W. Cox.
G. Hotchkiss.
D. Barker.
Wm. Tournade.
J. A. Gray.
For each of the following offlce3 only
one candidate Is to be voted for:
Governor
Park Trammell. Democrat.
J. W. BIgham. Prohibtion.
Wm. R. O'Neal. Republican.
Wm. C. Hodges. Progressive.
Thos. W. Cox. Socialist.
Secretary of State
II. Clay Crawford. Democrat.
Z. T. Blelby. Republican.
Lewis Otto. Progressive.
Fred L. Fattison. Socialist.
Attorney General
Thos. F. West. Democrat.
Henry W. Bishop. Republican.
M. G. Gibson. Progressive.
Abner D. Miller. Socialist.
Comptroller
W. V. Knott. Democrat.
Geo. C. Crom. Republican.
Robt. A. Alfred. Progressive.
David L. Dunham. Socialist.
State Treasurer
J. C. Lunlng. Democrat.
I. E. Webster. Republican.
D. L. Skipper. Progressive.
Karl L. Harter. Socialist.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
W. N. Sheats. Democrat.
J. C. Stowers. Republican.
E. D. Miller. Progressive.
W. C. Edwards. Socialist.
Commissioner of Agriculture
W. A. McRae. Democrat.
W. L. Van Duzer. Republican.
Bower Sheppard. Progressive.
A. J. Pettigrew. Socialist.
Justice of the Supreme Court
J. B. Whitfield. Democrat.
F. C. Cubberly. Republican.
E. P. Axtell. Progressive.
Geo. McA. Miller. Socialist.
Railroad Commissioner
Royal C. Dunn. Democrat.
C. E. Pleas. Republican.
F. Carbonnell. Progressive.
C. F. Schneider. Socialist.
Congressman-at-I.arKe
Claude L'Engle. Democrat.
Geo. W. Allen. Republican.
F. P. Coffin, rrohibitionist.
E
A
R. Gunby. Progressive.
N. Jackson. Socialist.
Consp-csman, First District
S. M. Sparkman. Democrat.
G. W. Bean. Republican.
C. C. Allen. Socialist.
AUSPICIOUS TIME TO
PAIXT YOUR 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
pairs to an entire new Job. Figure
with us before having the word done
The Ocala Wagon Works,
Ad. W. F. McAteer. Proprietor.
SAVED BY HIS WIFE
She's a wise woman who knows just
what to do when her husband's life Is
in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Brain
tree. Vt.. is of that kind. "She Insist
ed on my using Dr. King's New Dis
covery," writes Mr. F., "for a dreadful
cough, when I was so weak my friends
all thought I had only a short time to
live, and it completely cured me." A
quick cure for cough3 and colds, it's
the most safe and reliable medicine for
many throat and lung troubles grip.
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough,
quinsy, tonsilltis, hemorrhages. A
trial will convince you. 50c. and fl

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I Guaranteed by Tydlngs & Co. (Adv.)

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OLD PfiH
Wood row Wilson Glvea Taft and the
Country at Large a Needed Lesson
on the Tariff
Newark, N. J., Oct. 31. Gov. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson in three speeches filled
with satirical attacks on his opponents
emphasized in North New Jersey last
night that he is not a believer in free
trade and that the democratic party
does not intend to disturb legitimate
business or the prosperity of the coun country,
try, country, if put Into power.
The. democratic presidential nomi nominee
nee nominee declared those of his opponents
who constantly asked him to define his
position on the tariff "could not read
the English language."
He said he had repeated time and
again in his speeches his policy of cut cutting
ting cutting out of the tariff merely the special
privileges lodged in it.
"No thoughtful democrat," he added,
"has advocated free trade."
To President Taft's statements pub published
lished published yesterday with regard to the
panic of the early nineties. Gov. Wilson
made an extended reply, first at Mont Mont-clair,
clair, Mont-clair, where he addressed a big au audience,
dience, audience, and again at Newark, where he
spoke last night. He said it was wrong
to attribute that panic to the tariff
legislation "because the panic started
before the tariff bill was enacted." He
attributed the panic to republican cur currency
rency currency legislation.
Teaching Taft Some History
"I find I am invited to return to my
old occupation." said the governor. "I
used to be a teacher of history and I
find it necessary to teach it some more.
I find myself abashed in facing the
necessity of teaching it to the presi president
dent president of the United States.
"And when the president of the
United States makes himself responsi responsible
ble responsible for the statement that the panic
of 1893 was due to a tariff bill that
came a year afterward and came be because
cause because of Mr. Cleveland's administra administration.
tion. administration. I can only express my deep re regret
gret regret that the president of the United
States has not read the history of the
United States.
"Any statement that Mr. Taft makes
I believe to be made in honesty, but
this statement, if he has made it, he
has made in ignorance; because the
panic of 1893 can be shown to have
arisen out of currency legislation of a
government absolutely controlled by
the republican party.
"The panic of 1893 was on its way
before Mr. Cleveland became presi president
dent president and it matured merely in the first
I of his administration and would have
been stopped if the Senate of the
United States had yielded more prompt promptly
ly promptly to the advice of the administration.
"It is unworthy of men in public life
to mislead the public thought after
such a fashion, but I don't doubt the
verdict on the 5th of November.
"I don't limit my view by the dem democratic
ocratic democratic party. I look through the
democratic party to the destinies of
the United States and if the democratic
party does "not serve you after you
have tried it. reject it and I will Join
you in rejecting it."
DEAFNESS CAXXOT HE CURED
by local applications, as thy 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
ing 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
sult, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
ts 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
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists.
73c. Take Hall's Family rills for con
stipation. (Adv.)
HOUSE AD FLAT FOR REM
For rent furnished or unfurnished,
gas stove with house, most desirable
location. Apply to phone 216 or ad
dress No. 139 Fort King avenue. Ad.
FORTUNES IX FACES
There's often much truth in the say
ing, "her face Is her fortune." but Its
never said where pimple3, skin erup
tions, 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-
dings & Co. (Adv.)
SECOXD-IIAXD FURXITURE
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold for cash or Installment. Success
Furniture Co., 59 South Main street,
between city market and steam laun laundry,
dry, laundry, Ocala, Fla. (Ad.)
Here is a woman Who speaks from
personal knowledge and long exper experience,
ience, experience, viz:.. Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Pa., who says, "I know from ex experience
perience experience that Chamberlains Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
For croup there is nothing that excels
it." For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
COTTON" PLANT
Cotton Plant. Oct. SO. Several days
of cooler weather is making every one
feel better.
Mrs. J. N. Morris is enjoying a visit
from her brother. Mr. Wright of Boaz,
Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Lanier and children of
York attended Sunday school at St.
Johns last Sunday, as did also Messrs.
Robert Douglas and Oscar Proctor.
Mr?. J. S. Weathers, two grandchil grandchildren
dren grandchildren and Miss Beck spent the week
end in Berlin with relatives.
Mr. A. S. Harroun of Istachatta came
up Sunday to spend several days in
Cotton Plant with relatives, recuperat recuperating
ing recuperating from a recent attack of fever.
Mr. Robert Douglas "an 1 Miss Carrie
Barco attended Sunday school at
Homeland Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and

Misses Mary and Edna Erice of Ocala
motored out Sunday and visited with

Mrs. Reynolds' sister, Mrs. C. R. Veal.
Mrs. Mollie Smith and Mrs. W. R. O.
Veal of Martel spent a short while In
Cotton Plant Monday morning.
DE
For PreaTffent
WOODROW WILSON
For Vice President
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
Presidential Eleetora
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
CHAS. E. JONES
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
II. C. SPARKMAN
Congressman, State-at-Large
CLAUDE L'ENGLE
Congressman, First District
S. M. SPARKMAN
Governor
PARK TRAMMELL
Secretary of State
II. C. CRAWFORD
Attorney-General
THOS. F. WEST
Commissioner of Agriculture
W. A. McRAE
Treasurer
J. C. LUNING
Comptroller
W. V. KNOTT
Superintendent of Public Instruction
W. N. SHEATS
Railroad Commissioner
R. C. DUNN
For Members of the Legislature
L. S. LJGHT
EDWIN SPENCER. JR.
For County Judge
W. E. SMITH
For Sheriff
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
For Cleric of the Circuit Court
PERRY II. NUGENT
For Tax Assessor
ALFRED AYER
For Tax Collector
W. L. COLBERT
For Superintendent ot Schools
J. II. BRINSON
For Treasurer
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For Commissioner, District 1
C. CARMICHAEL
For Commissioner, District
D. G. W ATKINS
For Commissioner, District
NATHAN MAYO
For Commissioner, District
W. T. HENDERSON
For Commissioner, District
WALTER LUFFMAN
For School Commissioner, District 1
W. D. CARN
For School Commlsidoner, District 2
J. S. GRANTHAM
For School Commissioner, District 3
B. R. BLITCH
For County Surveyor
W. A. MOORHEAD
READ Tins
If you are troubled with any kid kidney,
ney, kidney, 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.
FOR SALE AT 175
A St. Louis well machine that will
make wells from seven Inches down
through any kind of rock. Address,
D. C. Stanley. Eelleview. Fla.
A LOG OX THE TRACK
of the fast express means serious trou
ble ahead If not removed, so does loss
of appetite. It means lack of vitality,
loss of strength and nerve weakness.
If appetite falls, take Electric Bitters
quickly to overcome the cause by
toning up the stomach and curing the
indigestion. Michael Hessheimer of
Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three
years, but six bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters put him right on his feet again.
They have helped thousands. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 50 cent sat Tydlngs &
Co. (Adv.)
CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. 3f.
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.
If you have young children you nave
perhaps noticed that disorders of the
stomach are their most common ail ailment.
ment. ailment. To correct thi3 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.)
OCALA LODGE NO 2S6, ft, P. f. 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.
H. M. Beatty. Little Rock, Ark., says:
"For the past two years I suffered
with kidney trouble, had severe pains
across my back and over my hips that
almost meant death to me at times. I
used several well known kidney rem remedies.
edies. remedies. -but got no relief until I used Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. These I can truth truthfully
fully truthfully say made me a sound and well
man." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Ad.)

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All Colors. The Best 25
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OCALA,
X A T. Thomas, Pres.
The Woodmar

DEALERS IN
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
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MANUFACTURERS OF
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. 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

Phone 331 UlMLA, JLUKJIPi

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F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE

Ocala,
PHONES:

Office, 333. Eulte 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwast
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Iquare
Xotei Call made by pe4al appointment. Special Gealt Urinary Cllal'-
fler 7 p. m. rack day.
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COLD WEATHER EOIJFORTS
"v7e have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepar yourself'
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon W
here would be an unforgivable act when It Is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dob-bins"
bins" Dob-bins" In this section. Don't fail to call on us when Iij need of any anything
thing anything in our line.
KNIGHT LANG

Call up Phone 300 and Let

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We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Use
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1912

OGALA EVENING STAR

Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, U Guineas 3rnger.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postoffice at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
TUB JACKSONVILLE STRIKE
The state of Florida certainly has a
grave complaint against the Jackson
vllie street car company.
It has always paid Its men low
wages grinding low wages in this
time of high prices. Seventeen cents
an hour for men who work harder and
have almost as much responsibility as
the engineers of passenger trains. By
working twelve hours, a man could
make 11.14 a day, with which to sup
port himself and generally a family In
high-priced Jacksonville.
These men formed a union. At once,
the company discharged a number of
them. This was unnecessary as well
as unjust. They had a perfect right
to form a union. Over half the big
industries of the country are manned
by union men, who seldom have trou
bla with their employers.
Of course, the other men struck at
this. They would have been slaves In
deed If they hadn't.
The company was invited by the
leading business men of Jacksonville,
backed by public sentiment, to arbi
trate. It refused, and imported strike
breakers, hired toughs from northern
cities, to virtually rob useful citizens
of Florida.
Then there was disorder not from
the strikers, who number only two or
three hundred men, and are keeping
quiet, but from a few hundred sympa sympathisers,
thisers, sympathisers, mostly boys, and the author
ities called out the troops. This is
big expense to the whole state and
great inconvenience to every commun
ity that keeps up a military company.
Some thirty or forty of our young men
were snatched out of their ordinary
avocations last night and railroaded to
Jacksonville, to protect a gang of
toughs. Several of our stores, offices
and other business establishments are
greatly inconvenienced by their ab
sence. The men would go gladly, and
their employers would spare them
gladly, for-an useful or patriotic pur
pose, but for such an one as this its
a rotten deal all around, except for the
Jacksonville street car company.
There should be a law compelling
arbitration In cases of this kind. There
Is not one dispute In a hundred that
can't be arbitrated, and such action
would preserve the rights of the much
abused public, which is now paying
the bills to protect a New England
comporatlon, which already takes more
money out of- Florida than it sends In,
j
CAMPAIGV FUNDS
Why the j necessity of campaign
i
funds at alMelther big- or little? We
believe that there: will come a time
when It will be as disreputable to be
nominated by raising big campaign
funds of several hundred thousand
dollars as It would be now to be elect
ed president of the United States by
the methods -.employed in 1904. Wha
Is the necessity for big campaign
funds, and what are they for? Ban
ner.
It seems like the democratic cam
palgn committee has been driven by
the sheer force of circumstances Into
calling for contributions this year. It
has become a custom, a bad custom. It
Is true, but one that the present gen
eratlon Is hardly responsible for, and
to attempt to stop It short In this cam
palgn would have done no good and
much harm to the, party trying to
make such a reform
It is easy fto see: where most of th
democratic funds have gone. The com
mlttee has sejnt out' Immense quantities
of campaign literature, and It Is easy
to realize tht printing, postage and
express charges fn teaching a hundred
million people foots up an Immense
sum.
The Star agrees with the Banner
that the system is wrong and should
be entirely abolished by the next
campaign. The people should be
reached, as they were forty to sixty
or more years ago by campaign argu
ments presented by orators and news
papers speaking on their own Initiative
and voicing their own sentiments. Th
Star Is no reactionary, but It thinks
that such arguments carried more
weight than the machine made ones of
today.
The less campaign fund we have
the more will politics be a. duty and
less a business.
In the meantime, nobody need think
thaf because the editor of the Banner
has scolded the boys for the present
system of contributions that he has
done so out of stinginess. The Star
Is Informed that he has contributed to
the campaign fund more liberally In
proportion to his means than Thomas
Fortune Ryan.
The Star Is Informed that the social-
ists are wonting to capture negro
votes. Somehow or other a southern
white man has an instinctive distrust
of a darkey who votes anything but
the republican, ticket. A democratic
nigger Is always abnormal and from
what we can figure out a socialist
nigger ought to be locked up before
he does himself or some one else
serious harm.
The superdreadnought New York,
greatest of the world's sea lighters,
was launched Wednesday at the New
York navy yard, Brooklyn. She took
the water without a mishap. Forty
thousand persons, including President
Taft and Secretary of the Navy Meyer,
witnessed the ceremony. Miss Elsie
Calder, daughter of Representative
William M. Calder of Brooklyn, chris christened
tened christened the ship.
Ysar before last, Tampa had a strike
in which about ten thousand men were
engaged. It lasted for months, and
there were several lives lost In that
time. But we don't remember the
state troops being called out to put it
down.- There might have been some
difference in character between the
sheriff of HUlsboro county and the
mayor of Tampa, and the sheriff of
Duval and the mayor of Jacksonville.
The latter city has her police and four
military companies, and It seems like
she might hold down an ordinary
strike without calling on the rest of
the state.
In the middle ages, in different parts
of Europe there were bands of armed
men who sold their swords to the high highest
est highest bidder and were ready to fight for
any man or cause that would pay
them. They were well seasoned sol soldiers
diers soldiers and had the virtue of courage,
but seldom fought for any oppressed
people or worthy cause. In the United
States there are several firms which
make a business of supplying work workmen
men workmen to any corporation that has to
meet a strike of Its employees. These
men are called strikebreakers; they

are always toughs and often criminals.

It Is a business as detrimental to law
and order as raids of the condotterel
of the middle ages, and should be pro
hibited by law. A man, of course, has
a right to work where he pleases, and
need often drives one to taking a Job
at a lower wage than another man
ill fill It for, but men who make a
business of "ratting" other men out of
work are no better than thieves and
should be treated as such.
St. Joseph's Academy at Loretto has
ust put In an electric plant, lighting
the convent, school and church with
electricity. This excellent school has
larger number of pupils this year
than ever before, and is certain to
arrow steadily as Its merits become
more and more widely known.
To the Sanford Herald, greeting
Wire us when you start for Chicago
and we will band you the dollar as
you pass thru Ocala. Its our opinion
that we can collect a few more for
you for the same worthy purpose.
VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN
Utica. N'. Y.. Oct. 31. After a long
Illness Vice President James Scnooi-
craft Sherman died at his home In this
kilty at 9:42 o'clock last nignt or
uraemic poison, caused by Bright s
disease.
COMMITTEE WILL, NAME
ANOTHER CANDIDATE
New York, Oct. 31. Chairman Chas
J. Hilles of the republican national
committee shortly before 1 o'clock this
morning announced that he had called
a meeting or tne national committee
for November 12 In Chicago to select a
successor to the late James S. Sher
man, as the republican candidate for
vice president.
BULGARIANS WON THE BATTLE
Sofia. Oct. 31. 1:30 a. m. After two
days' fighting the Bulgarian army has
gained a complete victory over the
principal Turkish forces. The Turks
have retreated in disorder. The town
of Luleburgas has been taken.
STAFFORD IS NO LONGER
WITH THE ADVOCATE
Mr. W. ir. Stafford has severed his
connection with the Dunnellon Advo
cate printing plant, Mr. R. E. Lindsay
taking over whatever Interest Mr,
Stafford had In the business.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION FOR 1913
The Youth'3 Companion appeals to
every interest of family life, from
housekeeping to athletics. It begins
with stories of youthful vim and
vigor, with articles which disclose the
secrets of successful play in the great
games, with charming tales of life at
the girls' colleges. But the Companion
does not surrender these readers when
they have entered the more serious
paths of life. Mothers will welcome
the page for little children and the
weekly doctor's article. Fathers will
find the Important news of the day as
It' is, and not as It Is rumored to be
Te entire household will appreciate
the sketches which touch gently on
common foibles or caricature eceen
triclty. In short, for less than fou
cents a week the Companion bring
into the home clean entertainment
pure inspiration, fine Ideals, Increase
of knowledge.
Names rarely seen in tables of con
tents will be found in the Companion'
announcement for 1913, which will be
sent upon request with samples o
the paper, to those not familiar with
It.
Every new subscriber for 1913 will
receive free all the issues for the re
maining weeks of 1912; also, free, th
Companion Window Transparency and
Calendar for 1913, In rich, translucent
colors the most beautiful of all Com
panion souvenirs. The Youth's Com
panion, 144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass
New subscriptions received at this of
flee. Ad.
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT Three connect
ed furnished rooms for light house
keeping. Lights, water and bath. In
quire of P. A. Durand, 143 East Adams
street. 10-24-6t
FOR SALE
I am now offering some of the most
valuable lots In the northern part of
the city. If Interested call on W. H.
McConn at Converse's planing milL I
also have other valuable lands at
Sparr going very reasonable.
OLLIE MORDIS 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
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
SEEDS, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
When you are sick and need a physi physician,
cian, physician, remember that anything he or orders
ders orders will be sure to bi compounded In
the right way at the Court Pharmacy.
Ad.
Sick headache Is caused by a disor disordered
dered disordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head headaches
aches headaches will disappear. For sale by all
dealers. (Adv.)
Unless he secures a stay of proceed proceedings,
ings, proceedings, Becker will die in the electric
chair Dec. 9.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe. A. C L depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
R. E. YONGE AGAIN IN
THE PLUMBING 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 28. Respectfully,
Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.
ANNOUNCEMENT
I wish to announce to the public that
I have opened a first class barbershop
in the new Carmlchael building on
Magnolia street, near the Seaboard
Railroad. A tub and also a shower
bath are connected with the shop. I
shall be pleased to receive a shara of
your patronage at the new shop.
Respectfully,
10-24-25-2t V. a Detterlch.

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(Special to the Star)
Jacksonville. Oct. 31.. 1:54 p. m.
The strike situation here Is unchang
ed. No cars are running. Troops have
arrived but are Inactive and unneces unnecessary.
sary. unnecessary. Feeling however is Intense with the
sentiment of all classes with the
strikers. The mayor's attitude in not
taking a decisive stand is criticised.
Claude L'Engle has called a meet
ing of leading citizens at the Prince
Theater for this afternoon to discuss a
peaceable solution of the struggle.
The city council last night rebuked
the mayor for asking for troops.
The strike breakers are at the car
barns, frightened, and the streets are
crowded with sympathizers.
Movement of cars would likely re
sult in much violence. The strikers
are in their hall and peaceful.
Sympathizers are responsible for the
disorder. Trouble is expected at any
moment and business is at a stand
still. Chas. EL. Jones.
MEETING OF 3,000,000 LEAGUE
Belleview, Oct. 30. The Three Mill
ion League expects to secure Rev.
George Hyman as their principal
speaker next Friday, night. The rally
is to take place at the town hall, be
ginning at 7 p. m. A special invita
tion is given to the Anti-Saloon
League, as they expect to vote for the
best man, and we are confident that
we can put them wise. Come early and
you will not be kept late.
C. T. Anderson.
INSPECTORS AND
CLERKS O ELECTION
Following are the names of inspec
tors and clerks of election who will
officiate at the various precincts on
Tuesday. November 5. .1912:
Precinct No. 1, Ocala. Box 1. W. W.
Clyatt, clerk; L. F. Ballard, J. T. Lan
caster. S. L. Bittiner. inspectors.
Precinct No. 1, Ocala, Box 2. F. W,
Ditto, clerk; D. S, Williams. C. M. Liv
inerston. A. C. Cobb, inspectors.
Precinct No. 2, Reddick E. B. Rou
clerk: It. W. McAuly. C. M. Cam. J. C
Dupree. inspectors.
Precinct No. 3. Flemineton C. M.
Mathews, clerk; II. W. Nettles, C. II
Gray, D. F. Fant, inspectors.
Precinct No. 4, Cotton riant J. A
Brooks, clerk; Ell wood Johnson, A. W
Woodward, J. B. Trotter, inspectors.
Precinct No. 5. Romeo T. F. Mor
gan, Jr., clerk; J. B. McGehee, J. L.
Starling. I T. Thompson, inspectors.
Precinct No. 6, Camp. Izzard G. N
Dorr, clerk; P. T. McGilvary, II. D
Stokes, J. W. Adams, inspectors.
Precinct No. 7. Shady F. G. Buhl
clerk; Sam Redding, John Goin, T. J
Barnes, inspectors.
Precinct No. 8, Summerfleld J. W
Davis, clerk; J. E. Branch, S. U. Camp
bell. J. L. Wall, inspectors.
Precinct No. 9. Lake Weir Robert
Martin, clerk; II. W. Henry. George
Russell. II. C. Morrison, Inspectors
Precinct No. 10, Moss Bluff E. L.
Martin, clerk: John Martin, G. A. Wa
ters. A. W. Fort, inspectors.
Precinct No. 11, Grahamville John
Rogers, clerk; W. J. Hogan, J. A. Rey
nolds. J. B. Gore, Inspectors.
Precinct No. 12. Salt Springs W. P.
Williamson, Calvin Long. W. S. Has
tings, inspectors: N. W. McRae, clerk
Precinct No. "3, Fort McCoy J. V
Stevens, clerk; L. J. Hall, W. S. Priest
Nels Johnson, inspetcors.
Precinct No. 14, Orange Springs W.
F. Jordan, clerk; D. M. Waldron, J. C.
Massey, I. W. Peck, inspectors.
Precinct No. 15, Linadale It. B. Ir Irvine,
vine, Irvine, clerk; C. J. McCraney, C. A. Mc-
Craney, Mitchell Regdon, inspectors.
Precinct No. 16. Citra R. K. Wart
mann, clerk; Stewart Rainey. T. F.
Harrison, Geo. W. Ellis, inspectors.
Precinct No. 17. Anthony John Tal
ton, clerk; C. C. Priest, Jr., II. W. Grif
fin. George Keney, inspectors.
Precinct No. 18, Martin N. J. Town
send, clerk: C. B. Howell, J. H. Knob
lock, W. M. Shockley, inspectors.
Precinct No. 19, Welrsdale J.
Douglass, clerk; S. S. Allsopp, W.
Coggins, Frank Lytle, inspectors.
Precinct No. 20, Blitchton Geo.
Blitch, clerk; R. W. Ferguson J.
George, J. T. Burgess, inspectors.
Precinct No. 21, Belleview O.
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M.
Gale, clerk; G. J. Proctor, Chas. A. Tre
mere, R. H. Hall, inspectors.
Precinct No. 22, Mcintosh C. E
Bateman. clerk; L. T. Hickson. D. H
Pettys, J. S. Thomas, inspectors.
Precinct No. 23. Pedro J. C. Perry
clerk; S. G. Lovell. W. II. Proctor, E
M. Cooper, Inspectors.
Precinct No. 24, Dunnellon C. E.
Hood, clerk; G. W. Lightsey, C. L.
Dean. G. W. Nevell, inspectors.
Precinct No. 25, Candler John H
Mathews, clerk; J. N. Marshall, Harry
Baxter, Lawrence uallard. inspectors
Precinct No. 26, Sparr J. E. Thomas
clerk; J. w. Colbert, ueo. I Carlton
D. Lee Grantham, inspectors.
Precinct No. 27. Eureka F. M. Ham
clerk; J. N. Brinson, J. L. Fiddie, Enoch
wells. Inspectors.
Precinct No. 28, Levon A. N. Good Goodwin,
win, Goodwin, clerk; W. A. Redding, C. E. Lu
cius, H. P. Perry, inspectors.
Precinct No. 29, Kendrick W.
Chappell, clerk; Peter Loose, W. A
Finly. E. C. McLeod. inspectors.
Precinct No. 30. Martel L. D. Beck
clerk; V. M. Seckinger, C. M. Hawkins,
W. v. earners, Inspectors.
Precinct No. 31. Fairfield B. R
Chambers, clerk; W. A. Yongue, F. D,
Dupius, L. K. Edwards, inspectors.
Precinct No. 32. Geiger W. R. Dre-
her, clerk; J. W. Feaster, B. F. Leltner,
J. I. W hittington, Inspectors.
S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Board of County Commissioners
P. A. Wootsey, a breakman at Jack
sonville, 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
had taken two more I was thoroughly
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade 'certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
When you have a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure it with as little delay as possible.
Here is a druggist's cpinion: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
fifteen years," says Enos Lollar, of
Saratoga, Ind., "and consider it the
best on the market." For sale by all
dealers. (Adv.)
WE CAS SUPPL1 YOU WITH
PURE ICE
For All Purposes. Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA FLORIDA

MRS.

CLEVELAND'S
SECOND MARRIAGE
A dispatch from Princeton. N. J.,
says: Mrs. Grover Cleveland authorizes
the announcement oj her engagement
to Thomas Joseph Preston, professor
of archaeology and history of arts at
Wells College. The date of the mar
riage is not yet determined, but will
be announced later. Prof. Preston is
50 years of age. He is a graduate of
Princeton. Mrs. Cleveland is 48.
OAK VALE
Oak Vale, Oct. 30. .a very pretty
but quiet wedding took place in our
midst early Sunday morning. Oct. 20,
at 9 o'clock, when Miss Mary L. Phin Phin-ney
ney Phin-ney and Mr. Perry Bird were united in
marriage. Only a few friends and
relatives were present. Miss Phinney
is the fourth daughter of Mrs. Maggie
Phinney. She has a number of friends
who regret to see her leave as she was
loved by all who knew her. Mr. Bird
is a resident of Graham, and has been
successful as a merchant of that place
for a number of years. He has a host
of friends here who congratulate him
for winning such a winsome bride.
They left immediately after the cere
mony for Micanopy where they board
ed the train for Graham, to make their
home.
Mr. u H. Anderson made a busi
ness trip to Micanopy Saturday.
Mr. Michael D. Clancy was a busi
ness caller to Gainesville Friday.
Mrs. W. II. Anderson and daughter.
Mis3 Sallie, went shopping at Willis
ton Monday morning.
Mrs. C. S. Mims was a pleasant guest
of Miss Lonie Clancy Sunday after
noon.
Mrs. Lawton Priest of Morriston is
spending a while with her mother,
Mrs. M. A. Clancy.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Oct. 31. Mr. D. W.
EuKbee and wife who have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Foss for the
past two or three weeks, have gone
to Winter Haven and will spend the
winter there.
Mr. W. 11. Sanborn shipped two cars
of oranges from here to Boston last
week. But this week all the packing
houses are closed, waiting for better
prices.
Miss Irene Gates returned from an
extended visit south. While away she
visited in Clearwater, St. Petersburg
and Webster and she reports a fine
visit as everybody tried to give her an
enjoyable time while there. Her many
friends are glad to see her back.
There is to be a missionary lecture
at Weirsdale church Thursday eve
ning at 7 o'clock, which should be well
attended.
The young ladies of South Lake Weir
are going to have a Hallowe'en party
at tne oia scnooi nouse r riuay eve evening,
ning, evening, and if you should hear the bell
ring don't be alarmed, as it has been
about four years since it rang for any
pleasures.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Whitman of Fall
River, Mass, arrived Tuesday evening
to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Foss
this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Foss went to
Ocala Wednesday on a business trip
and returned the same dav.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. V.
The first vice president. Mrs. Sig Sig-mon.
mon. Sig-mon. presided at the meeting of Oct.
24. After song and scripture reading,
the presiding officer offered prayer.
The minutes of previous meeting were
approved. Roll call with responses:
What can you do?
As Mrs. Cameron resigned as treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, Mrs. Simpson was unanimously
elected in her place. She gave a short
speech of acceptance. Mrs. Snook read
an article on pure food and it was
voted to send it tojDr. Wiley from the
union as an expression of our wishes
in regard to the pure food laws.
It was movfKl af carriad that the
members be assessed "23 cents to pay
delegates' expenses to the state con convention.
vention. convention. Mrs. Sigmon spoke of scientific in instruction,
struction, instruction, especially in regard to
cigarettes.
Program will be ready for next
meeting Nov. 14, a mother's meeting.
No further business, adjournment was
taken for two weeks.
Mrs. S. A. Buckley, Sec'y.
WE WILL MAIL YOU $1
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
mail.
Pblla. Smelting; & ReFlnlnR Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
S03 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTISTS
We will buy your Goia Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad
WANTED
WANTED For two months, a wom woman
an woman to stay with widow lady. Must be
good cook, white. Country town. Ad Address
dress Address Mrs. J., Star office. 10-30-6t
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerful,
penetrating and relieving remedy will
be found In BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT.
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c.
50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Ad.
FIRE WOOD
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney'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 big load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
city.
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. MANNING.
J. W. Copeland. of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle oi Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had a
cold, and before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold nas gone. Is that
not better than to p3 a five dollar
doctoi's bilL Sold by all dealers. (Ad.)
LOYAL OHDEIt OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge. No. 699, Loyal Or-
der
of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build
ing, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attenl our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
L. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
E.
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.
FRESH SEEDS
We have the new crop of garden and
field seed3 for fall and winter planting, j
Among them are turnips, rutabagas.
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company. Ad.

Mrs. Jake Brown, editor for Novem
ber; Mrs. G. C. Looney. December; Mrs.
Bradford Webb, January; Mrs. Will William
iam William Sinclair, February; Mrs. W. IL
Dodge, March; Miss Bettman. April;
Mrs. L. N. Green, May.
CInb Directory
President Mrs. Wm. Hocker.
1st Vice President Mrs. Jack Camp.
2d Vice President Mrs. L W. DuvaL
Rvcord'g, Sec'y. Mrs. G. T. Maughs.
Cor'spond'g. Sec'y. Mrs. W. T. Gary.
Treasurer Mrs. T. T. Munroe.
Auditor Mrs. O. T. Green.
Press Manager Mrs. C. H, LJoyd.
Department Chalrmea
Animal Protection Mrs. D. M. Smith.
Civics Mrs. C. R. Tydings.
Education Mrs. Jack Camp.
Forestry Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
Health Mrs. Van Hood.
H. H. Economics Mrs. G. W. Martin.
Social Mrs. Walter Hood.
Custodian Mrs. B. T. Perdue.
Study Class Mrs. D. W. Davis.
Art Miss Lyda McDougald.
Music Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Dramatic Art Miss Lois Ellis.
J. C. L. Director Mrs. J. R. Moorhead.
The club season was formally open opened
ed opened Oct. 26th with a reception given by
the officers to the membership. The
Wednesday Morning Musicale was also
invited, it being a recently federated
club.
The 1912-1913 Year Books' are being
distributed and are receiving many
favorable comments on their attractive
appearance and arrangement. The
covers are red with gold letters, the
club colors, and the whole make-up
would do credit to a city club. On one
of the first pages is the following:
We Relieve
That home-making should be re regarded
garded regarded as a profession.
That right living should be the
fourth "R" in education.
That health is the duty and business
of the individual, illness of the physi physician.
cian. physician. That the spending of money is as
important as the earning of the money.
That the upbringing of the children
demands more study than the raising
of chickens.
That the home-maker should be as
alert to make progress in her life work
as the business or professional man.
This year the club has about 125
members, and though none of the reg regular
ular regular committee work will be neglected,
the chief effort of the whole member membership
ship membership will be to build adequate club
rooms. This will be the first work the
club has undertaken for itself. Its
committees have waged war on
mosquitoes and flies, dirt and disease.
cruelty to animals, planted trees,
brought about physical examination of
public school children, set on foot the
movement for a new school building,
brought many lecturers on health,
domestic science, etc, maintained pub public
lic public playgrounds and Comfort Lodge,
besides extending the hospitality of
the club rooms to the Library Assocla
tion for more than a year, to the hos
pital and Board of Trade on several
occasions and we now feel we have
earned the right to work awhile for
ourselves and to ask others to help.
And really it won't be such a selfish
work, either, for a woman's club
building with such an auditorium as
we plan, will be as important a factor
in civic upbuilding as the Temple The
ater. Ocala is called the Convention
City because of geographical location
and railroad facilities and yet we have
no suitable place for these conventions
when they come. There Is no place
for a large reception or other social
gatherings always attendant upon
conventions. The Woman's Club build building
ing building would meet these requirements and
when It is all paid for it Is the ambi
tion of the club lo make It a civic and
social center with only such rentals
as are necessary for upkeep to make
it really of -public benefit.
The membership has been divided
Into seven committees with the fol
lowing chairman and co-chairmen:
Mrs. O. T. Green and Mrs. Maughs.
Mrs. Tydings and Mrs. DuvaL
Mrs. D. W. Davis and Mrs. Perdue.
Mrs. Sistrunk and Mrs. Mclver.
Mrs. E. P. Rentz and Mrs. Blalock.
Mrs. S. R. Pyles and Mrs. Meffert.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael and Mrs. D. M.
Smith.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead for Junior Civic
League.
All donations, encouragement, sug
gestions or Interest of any kind will
be gladly received.
W. A. Rimes, Ruston, La., writes:
"Sometime ago I took Foley Kidney
Pills, and must confess the results
have been marvelous, for I feel like a
new man. I suffered from kidney and
bladder troubles, out Foley Kidney
Pills fixed me. 1 will recommend them
to all sufferers from kidney trouble."
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Adv.)
The very acme of quality In
ROASTS POULTRY
CHOPS BACONS
SAUSAGE BOLOGNA
STEAKS HAMS
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 us the trial. Phone 108.
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This is the law; the common law of a thrif thrifty
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who elect a president.
They, likewise, represent the prosperity,
the progressiveness, the charitableness of
every community.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank invites you
to open your account here. It will serve your
best interests to the best of its ability, always.

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We have just.reccived another carload of stoqk. This car
contained some exceptionally flue 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,
TORflPKOKIS & E5EJ

Phone 117

TOMES AND HOLES

I am keeping at my
West Exposition Street
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
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.

Call at the Lot, yon will find some Stock to suit yon,
if it Is one or dozen head yon need, I have (hem.

M. jr. NICHOL:

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But-

I have given your customer'.? plan a fair trial
Lfied with the results.

Yet I am not sat-

I had laid hy almost ten dollars, fiaved from my la3t month's pay. I kept
It in the bureau drawer. It was too handy there. Three different times have
1 taken .norm- amount for immediate use. I see now it was spent foolishly.
Then I.i le-s than five dollars left. I mint save that.
THE WAY TO SAVE-HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.

We carry over fifty i ifFer ifFer-ent
ent ifFer-ent styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little ur 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 trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 34.

Ad.

Mr. J. IJ. Malloy of Anthony was h
town today.

Go to the Ocala
seeds. Ad.

?ed Store for fresh

OCVLl HIFLf CALLED OUT

iflfliinniMiflnirminirTiMKi

uHflri un uli l It LIU uno

Ocili wa much surprised last eve- :

cms a: tne news trvat there nad oeen

a riot ;n jacK-onvnie ana me local

military company had been ordered to
that city on th next train.

;ii .'tfiii- i;:erc j. i j x jj a l turns are an ;n. ;t win :.e
half a dozen time; a bi,z a a bar- Marion county democrats

room nght at tne cro;ng or Main and -their end up in

The Star

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

Mr. J. M. Nely of Lake Weir was a
bu." in vi.-itor in tar city tod.y.

A new line of toilet requisites Just
In. Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores. Ad.

Mr. Jos. E. Wilson, the
Remington typewriter man.
city.

hurtling
is in the

For.-yth street :n -' Jacksonville yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. M;.:I-s w-re thrown, two or
three head" were broten and one man
badly cut. Whrfcu,-nn the bunch of
sissies in control in Jacksonville went
up in the air. and yelled for help.
Governor Gilchrist was wired to for
troops, and he ordered the Ocaja com-iiany-
and those from ?tarke. Lake

!l':v. !r V;ii".u:iriii ai7,1 MiATii intn tVio

town to reinforce the four companies
they have there.
The Ocala boys assembled at once
and left this morning in command of
Captain Graham on the Seaboard train.

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Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing:
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerig's Postoflce Drugstores. Ad.

LITTLE JOE WDEKSOX

Mr. Ad.-lbt-rt Moody of Wildwood. of
the naval stores firm of Hall Moody,
was in town today.

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

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

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

Miss Rebecca Smith left today fur
Tampa, where she has accepted a po position
sition position with the furniture dealers, Harts
V Sherman.

Mrs. C. 11. Lloyd has been quite sick
for tlie past two days,' at the home of
iier sister, Mrs. Harvey Clark, on Fort
King avenue.

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 13 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores
Ad.

Little Joe Anderson, the bright two-year-old
boy of Mr. and Mrs. J. V". An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, die.l yesterday evening, and
was laid to rest in Greenwood this
morning. He v. J. P. Ley officiated,
and Mclver & MacKay had charge of
the arrangements."
Little Joe was injured in the acci accident
dent accident at the Carmichael building a few
weeks ago. He was caught under the
failing wall and dragged out by
Puford Leitner at th risk of hi life.
He was up and abwut next day. ap apparently
parently apparently bright and well, but began to
droop in a few days. The doctor? ex examined
amined examined his head and performed an op operation,
eration, operation, and again he became better,
but soon began again to fail.
He was a very bright and lovable
child, and his death has saddened the
entire neighborhood. where he was
the playmate and friend of everyone.

EV O AK I. WD CAUS

Mr. Edward Tucker, local distributor
for the Maxwell cars, has a carload of
the 1'j13 machines on the way for his
customers.

For quick igns painted while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
stand. Ad.

KXXK:X"WXKKK"X Tfl Woman's Missionary Society
i will, hold its regular busines.- meeting
! tomorrow afternoon at ?.:"0 o'clock in

the Methodist ohureh.

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Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 13 cents. Sold
only at Geris's Postoffice Drugstores.
Ad.

The handsome watehfob souvenirs
of the Marion County Fair are on sale
at the various stores. Iluy one for
ymirdf if you can use it; if not. send
it to a friend in another state.

Word wats refived today from Mr.

Wayne TenKv in Jacksonville, that

he stood the operation for appendicitis)

well and liopesyfo be out of the hos
pital in eight Hays.

Messrs. Davis and Prown of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville were in the city yesterday, dem demonstrating
onstrating demonstrating the 1913 model Oakland
auto, and succeeded in interesting sev several
eral several Ocala people in the handsome car.
They had one of the 40-hp. 4-cylinder
touring cars and will return next week
with a 6-cylinder. 60-hp. roadster.
This firm is opening a large garage in
Gainesville and will have the state
agency there for the Oakland. Mr.
Frank Ditto has the only Oakland in
Ocala and for more than two years has
put it to the hardest use and it has
never failed him.

Rev. W. H. Coleman not only caught
an army-sized fish in Oransje Lake
Tuesday morning. He put a grass grasshopper
hopper grasshopper on his hook, and when he cast
his line he was more surprised than
pleased to catch a coot. The bird fiew
down to the surface of the water after
the insect, and was much astonished
to find that it had a string tied to it.

HKill SCHOOL IIKET I1LL TEM

The teachers and pupils of the high
school have organized a basket ball
team and intend to make a record in
that graceful and popular game. Miss
Mays is coach and the team has a
goo.l line-up with .abundant subs.
Palls, taikles and posts are on the
way and neat uniforms will soon be
ordered.

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For first class automobile service
by tbe trip, hour or day, phone Xo.

y :V2. First class car and uniforndy

low prices to all. J. C. Oeiger. Ad.

Misses Flla and Kdna Spurlin. after
a pleasant visit to their brother, Mr.
J. G. Spurlin and family at Lake Weir,
have returned to their home at Sylves Sylvester,
ter, Sylvester, Ga.

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WHAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
good sport.
We are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges. Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Marioi lariware Co.

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Mr Osborne, manager for the Mor Morrison
rison Morrison interests at Morriston. was in
town today looking over the live stock
market, to select four mules for the
business there.

SHEET MI SIC S LE

sure that when the re-

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have held

the matter of contribu

tion to the Wilson and Marshall fund.
The following-, nearly all of whom
had contributed before. some more
than one-?, bought campaign buttons
this week: F. I". Harris. A. J. Brigance.
It. It. Carroll. J. H. Workman, W. W.
Clyatt. E. C. Pennett. C. W. Moffatt.
J. H. P.er.jamin and P. L Durisoe. A
number of these buttons are left yet
and dollar-- will be received for them
to election day.
Other funds collected by the Star
are Cash. L L. Hopkins, W. L. Colbert,
L. M. Murray, T. W. Troxler, M. T. W.
Christian, L F. Ballard, Baxter Cam,
L T. Islar. E. D. Rou. Henry Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Alfred Ayer, C. B. Davi?, J. M.
Douglas, L. M. Graham, D. E. Jones, S.
F. Rou. Henry Gatrell. X. L Goodwin.
M. L Payne. J. J. Gerig. A. J. Brigance,
i each: H. P. Perry, 50 cents; W. T.
Gary, $2; R. R. Carroll. J. H. Eenjamin.
$3 each.
Mr. W. T. Gary has collected as fol follows:
lows: follows: Ocala J. E. Chace. 13: Cash. $2;
E. E. Robinson, H. S. Chambers, W. E.
Smith. Harvey r"lark, H. W. Counts.
B. H. Seymour. P. H. Nugent. C
Rheinauer, G. C. Pasteur. J. C. Boozer
G. J. Plitch. P. A. Weathers. E. J.
Crook. P. Gobi man. J. If. Workman,
W. H. Dodge. C. E. Thomas. E. L. Parr,
J. X. Tolar. R. M. Curtis, J. H. Brin Brin-son,
son, Brin-son, C. E. Connor, E. L. Carney, D. M.
Parco. C. V. Miller. J. P. Galloway,
Wm. Hocker, E. II. Martin, E. M. How Howard,
ard, Howard, D. W. Davis. R. A. Burford. G. S.
Scott. S. H. Martin. E. T. Helvenston,
Edwin Spencer, Jr., R. L Anderson.
John L Edwards. W. A. Knight, John
M. Graham, H. M. Hampton, A. C. Cobb,
W. D. Cam, W. A. Moorhead. F. W.
Ditto. J. F. Jenkins. J. G. Lege. A. M.
Iansford, W. W. Clyatt, C. B. Strick Strickland.
land. Strickland. .1. P. Phillips. D. Neil Ferguson.
$1 each.
Sparr John W. Luffman, W. Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, .f. E. Thomas, L W. Mangum, J.

W. Colbert, D. L Grantham. S. D.
Souter. W. D. Eminisor. S. Lovell, J.
Lovell. fl each.
Electra J. C. Pillans, $1.
Mcintosh L T. Hickson, $1.
Reddick Cash, $1.
Messrs. L. W. Duval and Grover Mc Mc-Clure
Clure Mc-Clure have collected respectable
amounts. The Banner has collected,
and contributed substantially, and sev several
eral several contributions have been sent to
the committee thru Dixie. Besides
these, a good many contributions, of
all amounts from a dollar up, have
been sent directly to headquarters by
patriots who were too modest to have
their names published.
All in all. there is reason to believe
that Marion county has done Its dutr.

BANKING RELATIONS
That are satisfactory must include such 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 advantage
possible.
Deposit a Checking Account Willi Us To-Day.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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CAPtTAL rrtXT PAID X fTSM
H. S. SIOKXS. Cubltf.
EBWARD& Prc CLARENCE CAMP. VtM.

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A First Class, 50 Acre Farm, Close to Ocala,
Will be Sold Cheap. All Implements, Cows and
Horses. A Big Bargain for Some one.
SEE US AT ONCE, IF INTERESTED
MiEcaster & Bell
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Ocala Board of Trade Rooms
OCALA - - FLORIDA

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SI I'KKMK IXSTIII (TOIJ
WAS WELL S1TISFIED

Commencing Monday morning. Nov.
1th. I will start a ten days sale of
sheet music. All the sheet music in the
house, the latest and most popular
(lassie, rag-time, etc., will lie sold for
10 cents a copy. 1 1. F. Condon. 10-31 tf

Mr. E. E. Converse, arter a long trip
that extended from the Uowers of
Florida to the ce-clad peaks of Alas Alaska,
ka, Alaska, and included fliost of the United
States, is now at Sis old home in New
England, and will be in Ocala about
Jan. 1.

Mr. Bruce Meffert, local agent for
the Ford cars, has a carload of the 1013
models en route. Mr. Meffert says the
foredoor roadster sells this year, deliv delivered,
ered, delivered, fully .equipped with everything
the motorist could wish. Including elec electric
tric electric lights, for the astonishingly low low-price
price low-price of 573.

Ocala, - Florida ;

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STOUFFEifS (&!3Ss

The Ocala High School football team
is putting in harder work this week
than ever before. There is not a team
in the state That the boys had rather
win from than the Duval High School.
The game Saturday at the fair grounds
will be one of the hardest fought that
has ever been played in Ocala.

Judge Joseph Bell, who holds the

office of regimental quartermaster of
the Second Regiment, F. S. T.t was
summoned by phone from Candler last

night, to go with the troops to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Judge Bell and a party had

been hunting deer in the scrub for the

past three days with poor luck.

Dessrs. Don and Clifford Peabody
have rented the cottage owned by Mr.
W. Massey. ju.-t back of Mr. Walters'
home and they will move into it to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. They will bach for a few
weeks after which time their mother
and sister will come to Ocala to spend
a few months with them.

Mr. H. S. Chambers has ordered a
twin-cylinder Harley Davidson motor-
, le which will develop eight horse horsepower.
power. horsepower. It is hi- intention to enter
tiiis machine in the motorcycle races
at the fair this year. On a straight straightaway
away straightaway track this machine will do 70 or

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

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7" mdes an hour. A Trior machine ha
also been ordered for the races. The
Thor is liiiht but very fast. Mr. Cham

bers expects to get his share of
motorcycle events this year.

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i A good remedy for a bad cough Is
. BALLARD'S HOREHOUXD SYRUP. It
I heals the lungs and quiets Irritation,
j Price 23c, 50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold
i by all- druggists. Ad.

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MM PfflCES
What Arc You Paying?

Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila

Extract, two 10c bottles for. l."c
Regular 2.c. size for 20c

Large Pail Snowdrift $1.2.

Medium Pail Snowdrift 50c

esson Snowdrift Oil 30c

IJIue lien Matches per pkg 13c

C Cakes Ex post Borax Soap. .

Baker's or Huyler's Chocolate
per pound 35c
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Van Camp's Bed Kidney Beans
per can 10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . ,10c
Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3 . .
. .for 25c
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound. .30c
3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Pkgs. Upton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .22e
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c

3 Cans Dutch Cleaner 25c
152 Pounds Sugar $.1.00

14 Pounds Whole Itice S.IOO

Old Country Blend Tea, per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil 60c

Bulk Oatmeal per pound....

Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c

0 Cans Kara Syrup
Heinz Vinegar, per gallon....
Iri.h Potatoes, per ieck

12-Ib. Sack Occident Flour

12-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour 50c

21-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour $1.00
Half Barrel Pilsbury Flour ...$3.75
12 lbs. Henry Clay Hour 50c
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $1.00
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ...$1.95
00 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $3.70

Delos P.. Rogers, supreme instructor
for the southern states, of the Loyal
Order of Moose, was In town yester yesterday
day yesterday and looked over the books and ac accounts
counts accounts of Ocala Lodge No. 6!9. He paid
Secretary Stapp the compliment of
saying the accounts of the lodge were
tlie most neatly ;ind accurately kept
lie had seen in tlie state.
Mr. lingers had intended to stay all
night and meet with the lodge, which

assembled on a call for that purpose,
but lie was obliged to go on to Tampa.
He thinks lie can pay the lodge a
visit at a near day.
Tlie members having assembled on
call last night. held their weekly
meeting: consequently there will be no
meeting this evening-.

DR. V. K. L.WE

Speelallnt Rye, F.ar, Xone and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.

W. J. rillMv PlFl'IJ,V SCALDED

Mr. W. J. Frink, manager of the Me

Gehee Lumber Co's. mill at Levon,

was painfully scalded this mornins
about 6 o'clock, while riding to the

woods on the logging engine. Mr,

Frink was riding on the fireman's box

and several miles out on the road,
when going at about 15 miles an hour,

a plug blew out in the fire box, blow blowing
ing blowing open the door and in getting out

Mr. Frink was burned about the legs.

face and hands, while not serious, yet

very painful.

. ...c
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SALE OF SHEET MUSIC

At our sale of sheet music to start
Monday, November 4th. the latest and

most popular sheet music, retailing at

from 23 to 73 cents a copy, will be sold

for 10 cents a copy. Nothing reserved

Come in and make your selections

early. Rig, new stock will follow when

this is sold. P. F. Condon. 10-31-tf

MILK STRAYED

A dark brown, small mare mule
strayed from my place Oct. 26. She
had a brand on one shoulder and un-

derbit in one ear; is inclined to be wild

and hard to catch. Suitable reward

will be -paid for information of the

whereabouts and for keep of mule

Address, L. L Priest. Anthony.ll-l-tf

WEATHEB BE POUT

Partly cloudy, southeast wind.
Minimum temperature. G8 degrees.
Maximum tern perature. 81 degrees.
Average, 77 degrees.
Rainfall, .4H.

LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF
G0OB THMGS TO EAT
You will Surely Find Something that you
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, are.
JUST IN, and will be iound fresh and Fine

Full Cream Edam Cheese In Onsii
French Roquefort Cheese in individual, 4rs
French Roquefort Cheese in large jars

Chester
Brie
Camembert
German Camembert
Brie
Roquefort
Bierkase
Dutch (Vazet)
Switzerland Sap Sago
Italy Grt. Parmasan
American Club
" Pimento

44

tins
,

44

44

cakes each
large bottles .... ..

4

large
small

Jars

44

44

44

4

4

44

44

5Cc
20c
35c
35c
35c
35c
50c
50c
50c
50c
40c
10c
25c
15c,
15c
25c
15c
15c
10c.
10c
20c
$1.25
$1.00
75c
50c
35c
25c
25c
25c
25c

WEATHER FORECAST

Local rains tonight and Friday.

FOR SALE

" Philadelphia Cream Cheese in Jars.
" Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil
Sheffords Snappy Cheese in fin foil
Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen
Pate de Foie Gras, with Truffles, large jars
" " small
Truffes Brossees in large bottles
" small
Boneless Anchovies in oil
Puree oi Partridge with Truffles per tin

Venison
" Quail
Pure de Foie Gras

The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Ale, 20c bottle, per dozen $1.90
Knorr's Consommeijs 3c
" Soup Tablets 10c
Japanese Preserved Jinger, small pots 30c
large 60c
Beckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quaits
IL topdPl (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida

j Mr. Guy Toph has presented the
, newly-organized Klk lodire with a
'magnificent set of antlers from an elk

iKiueu m .Montana. inese norns are j
on display in the show windows of Half-barrel Henry CLaj" Flonr $3.8."

j. ole v Hull, and have attracted much
atten: ion. Lakeland Telegram.

THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

F0LEYS KIMEYPHTJ fOWL S 0S!N

j J. C. Ray, Winneld. Ala., say?: "My
.father, T. J. Ray, suffered with kidney'
land bladder trouble so bad he hai to I
I use a catheter. Various kidnev rem-'

edies were tried without result, an!
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.

One I5arrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15

12 Ib. Rob White Flour 4."c
JI lb. Rob White Flour 8.c
IMi lbs. Hob White Flour $3.35
Half-barrel Rob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Rob White Flour. .$0.50
CARMH01AS GO.

Fl: SALK CHEAP FOR CASH A

motorcycle. Apply to Bo IT,, Anthony.
PIANO FOR SALE Good instru- i
rnent at a bargain. Apply to E. P
PIttman.
FOR SALE Ti mules. 2 wagons and 1
buggy. Dr. R. H. Raskin, Anthony,
Fla. 1 023-4 tw
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A

good second-hand cooking range. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. G. E. Campbell. 47 South
Third street ea t.
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
flame oil cookins stove. Apply at the
Star ofSce. Ad.
FOR SALE A few pairs of Indian
Runner ducks. Egg3 for setting at II

per dozen. Apply to C. A. McPherson,

Dunr.ellon. Fla. 10-28-12t

FOR RENT
FOR RENT Of .ices in Holder build
:ng. Apply to Davis A: Martin.

FOR RENT Furnished rooms or the

complete hous- of six rooms. Apply to

Peter Ingram, 22j North Second street

FOR RENT Two or three large

furni.-hd rorr.s for light housekeep
;r.g. Daughtrty St. 10-30-tf

A HALF MILLION' CABBAGE

plants now ready for setting. For

further information, address, N.

Price, Gainesville, Fla.

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FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
QUALITY and SERVICE
M. A. DAVIES
PHONE 438

Bring Your Tires and Tubes to
VULCANIZED

SMITH'S BARGAKNS
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 0.50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and G Records, only 5.75
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.00
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very heap at 12-8T
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30ct 40c each
Graphophone Needles, sort tone, 200 for ...lOf
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, fil.OO; for iroD heds, $3-31
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Store

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He extends an invitation to you and asks a visit to
our Store and an Inspection of our Line of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and Holiday Goods.

The Oldest Toy and Holiday Goods Buyer
For This Market, in Ocala- 27 Years Experience.

Merchants who handle a small line of Toys and Fire Fireworks
works Fireworks are invited to look through our stock and get
prices before buying their Holiday Line.

SPECIAL PRICES AND DISCOUNTS
To Public Schools, Churches and Sunday School
Committees, and Christmas Tree Candles FREE
Come early and buy your Holiday Goods. We will
pack them away and deliver any evening you sug suggest
gest suggest Come after supper. Open nights until 9.

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Ocala, Florida

HOTEL CMUIRCHILJL
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Flan. 12 per day and up. European Plan. $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.

NOTICE
1013 Llcenne Due October FIrt
All state anJ county licenses are due
anl payable on the first day of Octo October.
ber. October. To continue business after that
date without your 1&13 license will be
an open violation of the laws of the
state of Florida.
The tax collector will Issue the
licenses and furnish blanks and all
necessary information.
Yours very truly.
Joseph Bell, County Judse.
W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector.

Arkansas Chin & rerer Tonic. 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrlppe.
Tyding3 & Co. Ad.

Interesting Items A boat ePopIe and
Arralrn In the City of Oak
Belleview, Oct. CO. On board the
Mayflower in New York harbor, on
Oct. 15th, President Taft signed an ex executive
ecutive executive order putting all fourth class
postmaster under the classified civil
service. While all postmasters in the
desismated class will be taken care of
under the order, unless proved unfit.
vacancies in the future will be filled by
the civil service commission, thereby
withdrawing from politic? this class of
public servants. The thanks and ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of all fourth class post postmasters
masters postmasters are due to President Taft and
to Postmaster General Hitchcock, who
recommended that this action be taken.
This executive order practically gives
every fourth class postmaster his or
her job for l'fe or durinsr iood be behavior.
havior. behavior. Mr. John G. Wolff, our new citizen,
unloaded his automobile wagron Mon Monday
day Monday morning. Walter Nelson guided it
safely down the ways to terra firma.
and then proceeded to ?et out his lit little
tle little rope and hitch it behind his bi?
Cadillac towins car anl proceeded to
pull, with Mr. Weaver at the wheel of
the waaron up the front street. They
scooted around corners and up into the
back yard of the Belleview Trading
Co.. where Mr. Wolff and Mr. Weaver
assembled the parts. Later in the day
Walter Xelson came over and with a
twist of the wrist started the motor to
purrin?, and down the street they
went in a cloud of dust, almost ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding the speed limit. This makes
five f?as burners for the little town of
Belleview.
Mr. Adam Hafner, candidate for
county commissioner, has been button buttonholing
holing buttonholing the voters of Candler and other
points on the east side of the lake this
past week, telling them of all the
good things that will happen in case
he is elected county commissioner
from this distr ct. Yes.
Messrs. Frank Norton and Thil Fort
came over from Candler last Saturday
in their automobile with a load of
grist for Walter Nelson's mill. It
looks funny to see a farmer going to
mill with his grist in this country in
an automobile.
Mrs. C. C. Collins, widow of the late
and well known Dr. Collins of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, is stopping in our midst and
enjoying the beauties of our little
town, at the same time looking after
her land interests, which are extensive.
Mrs. J. J. Cain who formerly lived
here but is now a resident of Sander Sanderson,
son, Sanderson, made a flying trip to this village
last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Strong and Rex
Nichols came down from Ocala Satur Saturday
day Saturday to spend the Sabbath with their
parents.
Mr. O. S. Shade, well remembered as
one of our popular citizens, came down
from Jacksonville last Saturday and
returned Sunday.
Mr. Harry Baxter, the handsomest
man In Candler, was in Belleview on
business bent last Saturday. By good
rights Harry should locate in Belle Belleview.
view. Belleview. We need him here.
Mr. Walter Nelson made a flying trip
to Candler concerning hi.s automobile
business last Monday.
Rev. Carnine, district superintendent
of the Methodist Episcopal church, ar arrived
rived arrived from the north last Monday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Quarterly conference was
held that afternoon.
Mr. H. C. Knight, automobile sales salesman
man salesman for the International Harvester
Co., of Jacksonville, was in town last
Sunday.
Mrs. Delbert Haskell Is enlarging
her acreage, and running wire fence
preparatory to the fall plowing. Mrs.
Haskell recently received a letter from
Mr! Haskell in Mexico, stating that
before going there he thought his con concern
cern concern was a large one and that he did
some more thinking when he arrived
on finding that they carried 8,000 peo people
ple people on the pay roll. It seems to us
that there must be some large busi business
ness business concerns down in that part of the
world, even though they are not as
civilized as we'uns.
The question of securing houses for
occupancy is becoming a serious one
in Belleview and it looks as though
there would not be a vacant room or
house in the town this coming win winter.
ter. winter. We make the above statement
yearly.
Mrs. Ellen F. Bush, one of our old oldest
est oldest winter residents, writes to her
friends here, stating that she will be
with us again this coming season.
A house full of people turned out
last Tuesday to attend the party giv given
en given by the Tremeres in honor of Miss
Miriam Thompson of Alva. It was a
joyous occasion. Every one came
pleased and went away happy. Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Hightower drove over
from Heather Island. Mr. Edwin and
Miss Camp drove up from Lake Weir,
while Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis
came uj from Summerfield in their
machine. The big house was lighted
from stem to stern. The supply of cake
was inexhaustible and Mr. Sias ate
some of his own ice cream.
Mr. Earle Davenport made a flying
trip to Ocala on business last Tuesday.
Miss Creola Nix is visiting with
friends in Ocala.
Mr. Tom Gillespie has fooled around
mules all his life, he has even been
kicked by them, but he never received
such a star winder as he did last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning when he attempted to
crank Tremere's motor wagon, with
undue haste and precaution. It came
back at him with all of the force of
two 5x3 cylinders with a good tight
compression, striking him on tye el elbow
bow elbow and giving him a free moving pic picture
ture picture show of the whole stellar system.
Iater on it kicked acain and slapped
him on the wrist. He now has a
wholesome respect for that crank.
Mrs. Harry L. White of the Levon
section was in town shopping last
Wednesday morning.
It is with regret that we learn of
the serious illness of Mr. William
Lucius of Levon. Mr. Lucius is in his
eighty-fourth year and his family is
doing all possible to brins: him back
to health and strength.
Next Tuesday, Nov. 5th. will be elec election
tion election day, and officials of all decrees
from the president of the United
States down to the justice of the peace
and constable of the district, will be
voted for. The political arguments of
the century have been used pro and
con on our streets the last few months.
National politics have held their place
in the arzumnt. but the chief interest
tenters in a few of the county and
local candidates. It is openly talked
on our street-; that some democrats of
a great many years stand in sr and who
have loudly proclaimed that fact in the
past, will vote for some of the social socialist
ist socialist candidates. It is also an "open sec secret
ret secret that a number of erlin demo democrats
crats democrats will vote for some of the local
republican aspirants for office, while
the republicans do n-t seem to be awed
by their own nerve in putting out
candidates in this democratic strong stronghold.
hold. stronghold. We are hold ins our breath until
the returns are known.
Miss Sarah Bosworth, one of our
oldest winter residents, lias returned
from New York and other northern
and western states.

Model K" Touring Car Completely Equipped.
Equipment includes: three oil lamps, two gas lamps, Fiest-o
lite tank mohair tcp with side curtains and top cover, wind windshield,
shield, windshield, horn, demountable rims with spare rim, tire hold ere,
tool kit with jack, and tire repair outfit with pomp, cickti
iid black trimmings.

900

F.O.B. Detroit

$900

F.O.B. Detroit

Tee car that comquieirs 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
equipment.
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, room, comfort, and reliability reliability-more
more reliability-more in fact, tor that sum than he could
ever offer 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 4
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; "KD"
Delivery $900; Completely Equipped
F. O. B. Detroit

Established dealers should write or wire
to Geo. A. Crittenden, Sales Manager
K-R-I-T MOTOR CAR COMPANY.
DETROIT, MICH.
Or our Special Representative
J. V. H. CAIRNS, Burbridge Hotel Jacksonville, Ha.

SUMMERFIELD

Summerfield, Oct. 31. M. Alberts and
family came in a few days ago and
have settled on their land. They are
living in a tent until their house Is
built.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Akin were here
last week to look over their tract of
land purchased from the Florida Na National
tional National Land Co., and are very much
pleased. They intend to have their
land planted to oranges and grape-
Frea O. Ware made an inspection of
his land bought of the land company
and was well satisfied with his pur purchase.
chase. purchase. Mr. Ward returned to his home
in New York with a good Idea of his
future home.
G. R. Emory has arrived and is
now located on his land.
C. A. Bangert and wife arrived some
days ago and are now settled on their
land near Levon.
W. B. Robedee and family who pur purchased
chased purchased land from the Florida National
Land Co. southeast of here have arriv arrived
ed arrived and have rented a house in town
until their home Is built on their tract.
F. O. Schaar and wife are now lo located
cated located on their tract of land. Mr.
Schaar is much pleased with his pur purchase.
chase. purchase. Dr. P. II. Phillips, who was here to
inspect his tract of land bought of the
land company has expressed himself as
well satisfied and will locate perma permanently
nently permanently in the near future.

THE ONLY WAY

Many Oeala Citizens Have Discovered
It
Just what' to do when the kidneys
are affected. Is a question that con concerns
cerns concerns both young and old. Weak kid kidneys
neys kidneys neglected in childhood lead to
life-long suffering. People of advanc advanced
ed advanced years, with less vitality, suffer
doubly. In youth or age, languor,
backache, urinary Irregularitlty, dizzi dizziness
ness dizziness and nervousness make life a bur burden.
den. burden. There Is one remedy that acts di directly
rectly directly on the kidneys. Doan's Kidney
Pills owe their world-wide fame to
the fact that they have cured thou thousands
sands thousands of cases of sick kidneys and
cured them permanently. Follow the
example of this Ocala citizen.
John II. Erooks, N. Orange St.,
Ocala. Fla.. says: "I feel Justified In
recommending Doan's Kidney Pills. I
have used them for kidney complaint
and lame and weak back and I have
found great relief. I consider this
remedy an excellent one and do not
hesitate to give it my endorsement.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agent3 for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Ad.

FOR SALE

The following varieties of fine cab cabbage
bage cabbage plant?: Wakefield, Henderson's
Success and the Flat Dutch. Call or
order by mail. Address, C. Carmichael,
Ocala.. or T. L Bowers, Silver Springs,
Fla. 11-1-lm

SAVES LEG OP BOY

"It seemed that my 14-year-old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account
of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad
bruise," wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone,
N. C. "All remedies and doctors' treat treatment
ment treatment failed till we tried Bucklen's Ar Arnica
nica Arnica Salve, and cured him with one

dox. Lures nurns, xiis, sKin erup

tlons, piles. 25c. at Tydings & Co. (Ad,

D AT

WE bave lor Sale some First-Class Improv Improved
ed Improved Burt Oats, at Our Place at Oak, Fla.
32 Pounds per Bushel. Price $1.00 per Bushel.
Orders Filled Promptly. ADDRESS,
OAK, FLORIDA

Take no chances -with a. pain in the chest.
Every caso of consumption began with th&t
ymptom. stop It at once with
BalEard's
Horshound Syrup
It is a Fine Healing Remedy for
Sore Lungs, Coughs and
Hoarseness.
It promptly cheeks Inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears the
air passages, restores tone and strength to the bronchial tubes.
Believes hoarseness. Irritating coughs, tickling sensations In the
throat; removes congestion and enables the patient to breaths
easily and rest comfortably' at night.
Price 25c, 50c and 51.00 per Bottio.
Buy the $1.00 size. It contains five times as much
as the 25c size, and you set with each bottle a Dr.
Herrick's Red pepper porous plaster for the chest.
JTISS F. CALLUS FRCrTCETCa ST. LOWS, KX

Stephens Eye Salre tu a afe and speedy remedy for Sore Eye.

JSolo And R icorTi c noiI'
ALL DRUGGISTS

ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until Novemler 1st
Jacksonville Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON TOE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WIJLSON, Proprietor and Manager

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