The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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FURMSMIIRKES
For All of the rioizar
FURMITORE
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AT RIGHT PRICES
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
NO. 131
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SALLOW COMPLEXION comes from bilious

impurities in the blood, and the fault lies with the

liver. It is torpid.
SIMMONS
red a
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDEB FORM)
Is the greatest of all liver medicines. Its powerful purifying and
strengthening influence is at once apparent in an improved appetite,
good digestion and a feeling of strength and energy in the body.
When the system has been put in order the yellow cast in the skin
gradually disappears and the complexion becomes clear and healthy.
OLD mr ULt. MICK. Ul MCMCI. ..
Atk forth fraoln with U Brd Z on tb lft.Se!. If yon rannvt t it. remit to o. we wf!1 tend
It by mail. potpiil. Simmon Liver kfaiK,r It pat up tlu iu liquid form for thooo mho prefer it.

j rum ..w per dwiii. iuos lor (Be Boa lfttel.

J. H. ZEILIN & CO., PROPS.. ST. LOUIS. MO.

Leave Orders for
RUBBER STAMPS
AT
STAR OFFICE

MARK

Your Household Lin Linens,
ens, Linens, Complete Outfit.

L. E. YONCE,
Ocala - Florid j.

DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

(ll'FKKS OVi:il TIIK
COMMERCIAL IIAMv

DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Thonc 211 Ocala. Fla. I

J. E. CHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Kooiiim !, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder I Work,
CMWIiA FIX)i:iI).
TKRM3. CASH.

W, C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

PLANS FURNISH EI?
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX Ifl OOA1.A. HjA
have Ynt'ii car r.tixTKO
EDWARD DRAKE
civil- i:(Jixi:i:it,
I ) KA Ufi I ITS3f AN
AXI CONTRACTOR
Arcurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection oWmildings ot any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block

OCAIjA

FLORIDA

M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
U. K. McIVKIl and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
I1 Work Done by Licensed Em
halmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47

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MERCHANTS' & MIXERS 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. AVERT. Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
1 D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.

KlaeM Coastwise Trips la the World"

I

For Presitreat
WOODROYV WILSON

For Vice President
THOMAS R. MARSHALL,

Presidential Ejector
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
CHAS. K. JONES
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
IL C. SPARKMAN

Congressman, State-a t-Lxrge
CLAUDE L'ENGLE

Congressman, First District
S. M. SPARKMAN

Governor
PARK TRAMMELL

Steer clary of State
II. C. CRAWFORD

At toraey General
THOS. F. WEST

Commissioner of Agriculture
W. A. McRAE

Treasurer
J. C. LUNING

Comptroller
W. V. KNOTT

Superintendent of Public Instruction
W. N. SI I EATS

Railroad Commissioner
R. C. DUNN

For Members of the Legislature
L. S. LIGHT
EDWIN SPENCER. JR.

For County Judge
W. E. SMITH

For Sheriff
JOHN P. (3 A I J) WAY

For Clerk of the Circuit Court
PERRY H. NUGENT

For Tax Assessor
ALFRED AYER

For Tax Collector
W. I COLBERT

For Superintendent ot Schoola
J. H. BRINSON

For Treasurer
JOHN M. GRAHAM

For Commissioner, District 1
C. CARMICHAEL

For Commissioner, District
D. O. W ATK INS

For Commissioner, District
NATHAN MAYO

For Commissioner, District
W. T. HENDERSON

For Commissioner, District
WALTER LUFFMAN

For School Commissioner, District
W. D. CARN

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL

CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates Made on All Con

tract Work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other

con tractor tn 0 city.

For School Commissioner, District 2
J. S. GRANTHAM

For School Commissioner, District
B. It. BLITCH

FUNNY MIS

FORECAST

Oanderbone Tells the People What
Ought to Happen During the
Month of November

For County Surveyor
W. A. MDORHEAD
POIITO RICO'S NEW WONDER
From far away Porto Rico come re

ports of a wonderful new discovery

that Is believed will vastly benefit the

people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce Barce-loneta,
loneta, Barce-loneta, writes: "Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is doing splendid work here. It
cured me about five times of terrible

coughs and colds, also my brother of a

severe cold In his chest and more than

20 others, who used it on my advice.

We hope this great medicine will be

.iold In every drugstore In Porto Rico."

For throat and lung troubles it has no

equal. A trial will convince you of Its

merit. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free.

Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Ad.

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 upholstering
holstering upholstering and covering department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re repairs
pairs repairs to an entire new Job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works.
Ad. W. F. McAteer, Proprietor.

"Who is the candidate ahead.
And gaining rapidly?" they said.
"The one who dashe down the track
With the other howling at his back?"
"Why that. said Hille?,
Hopeful still,
"Why that'rf our man.
I reckon Bill."
"The one in running tights." they cried,
"With a smelling bottle at his side.
Hi backers greeting him with cheer-.
And hi knee-cap fanning hi- ears'."'
"Why. that said Mr.
Bryan. "Yes
Why. that's our Jcrseyman.
I guess."
"The fast man raising all the dust?"
They said in evident distrust.
"The fellow showing them his heels
Like a farmhand going to his meals?"
"Why, that," the
Roosevelters said,
"Why, that'd our lion hunter,
Ted."
"The front one galloping," they whined,
"With coat-tails standing out behind.
His brogans putting up the dirt.
And a sandbur working in his shirt?"
"That's him!" they
Separately said.
"That's Bill:-' "The Jersyman:"
And "Ted."
November is from the Latin novem,
nine. It was formerly the ninth month
of the year, but Numa, who was run running
ning running for a third term, refused to issue
the regular Thanksgiving proclama proclamation
tion proclamation until he knew how he was coming
out, and pushed it along to eleventh
place. He was defeated, and did not
proclaim any Thanksgiving at all, but
the one and two-termers" got together,
and the day was celebrated over his
head.
A fond farewell, thou lovely fall, the
winter days are cominer. The ivy rat rattles
tles rattles on the wall, and the flowers are
succumbing. The wild goose wedges
down the sky, with Boreas to bite hm,
and the bull moose sounds his thrill thrilling
ing thrilling cry for all who care to fight him.
Adieu to peace, the tender sky, the
beauties of the season the candidate's
urttroubled eye and the mere appeal to
reason. The battle rushes to its close,
the bull begins to bellow, and the last
man with a bloody nose will be a
lucky fellow.
The field at Armageddon throbs with
the heat of battle on it. and the red
bandanna blithely bobs above the
royal bonnet. The golf club rises on
the air from each new-spattered nog

gin, and the Jersey men is everywhere
with his bloody pegamoggan.
Lay on, thou warriors athirst.
With neither let nor comma.
And fie upon the one who first
Shall bellow. for his mamma.
The country will survive the row.
However It's decided.
And it can't much matter, anyhow.

The way we are divided.
The hunter's horn will rouse the

morn with mellow music of the chase.

and waking day will look the worn and

cold duckshooter in the face. The

pneumococcus will devise a few wet

inlets in his boots, and at the end he

will arise and calmly massacre a coot.

Meanwhile, the farmer will pursue

the bold i u .1 i 1 hunter on his manse.

and having deftly worked him thru a

fcv wire fences, get his pants. The

chilled trespasser, with his knees in
rapid contact in the blast, will hurry

homeward while disease pursues him

hotly to the last.
The. frightened men. this last time out.

W'll cast their votes for president.

And the women, loiterinsr about.

Will voice their growing discontent.

They'll get the men in such a state

Before the voting has commenced,

They'll sometimes help the candidate

That like as not they bet against.
What women's rights can naply be

occasions many grave disputes, but

once the women folks agree, they'll
get them, you can bet your boots. As
like as not another fall or such a mat matter
ter matter will suffice, and in the new ar arrangement
rangement arrangement all the men ever be is vice.
At any rate, we'll vote this time, and
till that imminent event. the won wondrous
drous wondrous beauties of the clime will not
occasion much comment. The sassa sassafras
fras sassafras will waste its frail and frag'le

beauty on the blind, and the sweet

cadenzas of the quail will perish on
the autumn wind.
Old King Corn and all his men
Will tent upon the fields again.
And in a few contented states
Will succor all the candidates.
They'll make their military round
Wherever hungry people sit.
And see that credit shall redound
To everybody claiming it.

The doughty little Balkan states will

measure courage with the Turks, and

keep the harvester of dates attending
strictly to his works. They'll make him

pile his blooming rusrs as high as Ha

man for defense, and we'll be picking
out the slugs a year or such a matter

hence.

I ne on v namaue to accrue win re

to fill the rugs with lumps, and buy

ing them, as we will do. we'll wonder
if they have the mumps. The baby
every now and thn will diz a bullet

from th nap. and having paid the

doctor ten. we'll all excoriate the

scrap.

The calf will show a redler plush.

and take a tail-hold in the stack. The

end will meet the center rush, and

spring the ninues .n :i:s dick. i ne
hired man will bawl fir more and

thicker blankets in the night, an I the
wind will prv arour. I the door to see

if everytning tight.

will be under the influence of Sagit Sagittarius
tarius Sagittarius the Archer. The best anyone
born in this period can hope for is the
vice presidency. Still. these folks
have tremendous foresight, and can
usually see where they aren't going to
jail, which is a preat help to any big
business man. Carnegie and Croker
are typical Sagittarian?. and were
both born under this sign.
The president's regular Tranksgiv Tranksgiv-ing
ing Tranksgiv-ing proclamation, advancing turkey
about ten cents a pound, will be issued
right after the election.
And then December's winds will rout
The last leaf clinging to the tree.
And the oiler will become about
What apple cider ought to be.

KVERY
DEMOCRAT
SIIOIXI
GO
TO
THE
POLLS
TUESDAl
AM)
VOTK
THE
STRAIGHT
TICKET.

niii is ran

People of the Fourth Judicial Circuit
Ask the Rest of the State to
Help Them
To the Electors of Marion 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 last year, while every
other circuit in the state did get
relief;
BECAUSE

The population of the counties
mentioned, and the lt -linss in th
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 proposing
posing proposing 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 JUDGESHIP
SHIP JUDGESHIP 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

tion of justice, free of cost to you. you

are requested to vote for the amend

ment, and further assist a worthy

cause by asking your friends and

neighbors to do likewise.

IS IE I

Arlatlc TriMp Arrived Toe Late
Turn the Tide of Battle at
Luleh Ilargas

to

Constantinople, Nov. 1. An army
corps from Syria, which landed at
liodosto a few days ago, and had been
marching northward to join Nazlm
i'a-ha's forces, arrived In sight of
Luleh Bargas Wednesday evening only
to find the Turks retreating in great
confusion before the victorious Bul Bulgarians.
garians. Bulgarians. The Syrians checked the
Bulgarian advance for a few minutes,
enabling the flying Turks in their
vicinity to rally, and then all with withdrew
drew withdrew in good order under cover of
night in the direction of Tchorlu.
Throe other corps from the Syrian
army have ben landed at Rodosto this
week. They will join Nazim Pasha's
shattered forces at Tchorlu and form
another line of defense for Constan Constantinople.
tinople. Constantinople. Thee troops are seasoned
fighters, composing the army that put
down the Arabic revolt two years ago.
They aggregate about 50,000 men. and
had they been on the first line of de defense,
fense, defense, the result would have been dif different.
ferent. different. There is not much danger of Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople being captured, but the de defeat
feat defeat of Luleh Bargas cuts European
Turkey in two. The Bulgarians are
strong enough to the westward to cut
off land communication with Mace Macedonia
donia Macedonia and Albania, while the Greek
navy has control of the sea outside of
the Hellespont. Unle-ss Nazim Pasha
is able to inflict a decisive defeat on
the Bulgarians, the Turkish armies,
which are small and ill provided, fight fighting
ing fighting the Greeks, Servians and Montene Montenegrins
grins Montenegrins in the West, will have to depend
on their own resources. The Turks
can in time bring up three or four
hundred thousand men from Asia
Minor and Syria, but the government
is not able to supply them with either
food or ammunition.
It is conceded in all quarters here
that the allies were much stronger and
better supplied than anyone supposed,
and the Turks were exactly in the op opposite
posite opposite position.

roIEIODHEYKIlS

Twinges of Theumatism. backache,
stiff joints and shooting pains all
show your kidneys are not working
right. Urinary Irregularities, loss of
sleep, nervousness, weak back and
sore kidneys tell the need of a good
reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid

ney Pills are tonic, strengthening and
restorative. They build up the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and regulate their action. They
will give you quick relief and contain
no habit forming drugs. Safe and al always
ways always sure. Try them. For sale by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

:hth si.n of the zodiac

in this p-rio can b

F.-r the fir.-: twenty-two days No

Vfintw-r will be under tw.e :nnuence

Scorpio, the ei
Any voy born

president with'-i: the usual frrr.a
ties. Scorpio ;.!'- ,ir- the ruirs

th .-arth. Thy always have a goo I

toe-hold at the kick-off. and if they

once get the ball it is impossible to
take it away from them. Luther, Von
Mi. like and Bwana Tumbo are typical

Scorpio people, all of them having

been born undt-r this sign

The last seven days of November

FLAGGED TRAIV WITH SHIRT

Tearing his shirt from his back an

Ohio man flagged a train and saved it

from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ral Raleigh,
eigh, Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck

with Electric Bitters. "I was In a

terrible plight when I began to use

them," he writes, "my stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all badly af

fected and my liver was in bad condi condition,
tion, condition, but four bottles of Electric Bit

ters made me feel like a new man." A

trial will convince you of their match matchless
less matchless merit for any stomach, liver or
kidney trouble. Price 30 cents at Ty

dings & Company. Ad.

Of the Democratic Party and He Care

ful that Yon Do Xot Vote for
Anyone Else
It is in order 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
iJior pa.t when he poes to mark his
ballot.
For PreMittenllal Elector
Vote for six.
Democrat
Jefferson B. Browne.
Charles E. Jones.
Leland J. Henderson.
H. C. Sparkman.
Wm. C. Jones.
J. Fred DeBerry.
Prohibition
George G. Ritchie.
Joseph W. Carson.
W. L. Coryell.
E. N. WalJron.
J. G. Boydston.
Milton A. Smith.
Republican
G. B. Patterson.
S. W. Rowley.
Lynn Kilbourne.
I. E. Webster.
Albert Oberdorfcr.
Joseph 11. Frisk. ;
Progressive
Wm. C. Richardson.
J. A. Trovillion.
Geo. P. Wentworth.
Philip D. Beall.
J. E. Merrill.
T. T. Munroe.

Socialist
C. Allen.
W. Cox.
G. Hotchkiss.

E. D. Barker.
Wm. Tournade.
J. A. Gray.

C.
G.
A.

100K OVER THIS LIST OF
GOOD TMMSg TO EAT
You will Surely Find Something that yon
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, arc
JUST IN, and will be found Fresh and Fine

Fall Cream Edam Cheese In tins
French Roquefort Cheese in Individual jars
French Roquefort Cheese in large jars

Chester

Brie

Camerabert

German Camembert

Brie
Roquefort
Bierkase

Dutch (Vazet)

Switzerland Sap Sago
Italy Grt. Parmasan

" tins

American Club
t 4
" Pimento 44

4

5Cc(
:sc
35c
35c;
lit
, sec;
.5CC":
:5Cc;
:t
ICc
25c
15c
15c
25c
15c
15c
ICc
ICc
2Cc
$1.25
Sl.CD :
75c
5Cc 1
35c
25c
25c
25c
25c ;

The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches

Imported Ginger Air, 20c bottle, per dozen Sl.SO

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

Beckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quails
0. EL topM (Giroawy

cakes each

large bottles
" small

M ars
large

small

Philadelphia Cream Cheese in lars

" Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil
Shef fords Snappy Cheese in fin foil
Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen
Pate de Foie Gras, with Trallles, large fars
" small
Trulfes Brossees in large bottles
small
Boneless Anchovies in oil

Puree of Partridge with ruffles per tin

" Venison
" Quail
Pure de Foie Gras

4

4

4

44

44

3c

ICc
3Cc
6Cc

PHONES 16 and 174

OCALA

FLORIDA

A T. Thomas, Prks. J. Thompson, Manager

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The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. i

DEALERS IN

Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
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 Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request

HOUSE ASD FL.AT FOR HEM
For rent furnished or unfurnished.

sis stove witn house, most desiraDie
location. Apply to phone 216 or ad-

Iress No. 133 Fort King avenue. Ad.

HEAD TmS
If you are troubled with any kid

ney, bladder or rneumatic irouDie, you

will find sixty days' treatment In a

dollar bottle of Hall's Texas "Wonder.

and seldom one bottle fail3 to cure.

Send for testimonials. Dr. E.
2126 Olive street. St. Louis. Mo.
by all druggists. Ad.

"Thfere could be no bette medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My
children were all sick with whooping
cousih. One of them was in bed. had
a hiirh f-ver and was coughing up
blood. Our doctor save them Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cousrh Remedy and the first
dose ea-ed them, and three bottles
cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, of Lexington. Miss. For sale by

all dealer?

-Ad.

Most people manage to get stuck on
themselves without the aid of any adhesive.

Hall,
Sold

SECOND-HAND FURNITURE
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold for cash or installment. Success
Furniture Co., Z0 South Main street,
between city market and steam laun laundry,
dry, laundry, Ocala. Fla. (Ad.)

ONLY A FIRE HERO
but the crowd cheered, as, with burn burn-el
el burn-el hanJs. he held up a small round
box. "FelIow:" he shouted, "this
r.ucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev ev-ervthins
ervthins ev-ervthins beat tor burns." R:ght! also

XOr rc.;;s,
2-:na. cut
; 1 1 curt,
kills ;.a:n.
Ar jr.-.; xr.

ulcers.
. srra;

sore.

Pirn;

bruises.

Ies. ec-Surest

It subdue inrlammation,
only 25 cents at Tydlr.gs
- A 3.

If this old world was what It ougnt
to be the reformers would be out of

a jod.

For rheumatic pains or neuralgia,
rub the parts affected with DARBY'S
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It penetrates
the flesh and relieves pain. For sore
throat, itargle with the fluid diluted
with wat-er. For tlesh wounds, burns,
scald-, or sores, apply it direct to the
wound. It heals 'juickly. For a
cramp, colic or dysentery take it in internally
ternally internally in water. Price ".0 cents per
bottle. .Sold by all druggists. Ad.

I Phone 331

y

OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
4

OCALA, FLORIDA

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

PHONES:

OFFICE:

Office. 233. Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block, South wat
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Tquar
Notes tall made by portal appointment. Spuria I Galt Urlaarr Clint
after 7 p. an. vara ay.

Dan J. Joyce, Sanville. Henry Co.,
Virginia, says: "I took a cold with a
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ren children and contains no opiates. For sale
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KOLD WEATHER KOHFOETS
V,-e have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself (
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It Is so easy to come her 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-
bins" in this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any-
thing In our line.
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Don't forget that
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Don't waste money by buying
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But when a friend tells you some some-h'.r.g
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cured stomach trouble by
taking 'hamberlain's Tablet?. For
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1912

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the poatofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
VICE PHKSIDKXT ftHKRMAX
Everybody will regret the death of
James Schoolcraft Sherman, vice pres president
ident president of the United States, and candi
date on the republican ticket for re
election. lie died at his home
Utlca, N. Y., Wednesday evening.
In
James Schoolcraft Sherman was
born in Utlca on October 24. 1865. He
was married in 1S81 to Carrie Bab-
cock at East Orange, N. J. They have
three sons, Sherrill. Richard U. and
Thomas II., all living and in business
In Utlca. He was an Elk, a trustee of
Hamilton College, a member of the
Dutch Reformer church, a member of
many clubs and a business man of
wide interest.
He was the twenty-seventh vice
president of the United States and the
only one re-nominated. In nearly a
quarter of a century of public life, he
was "Jim" Sherman to his Intimates,
and probably half the nation referred
to him as "Sunny Jim," a sobriquet he
earned as one well might Imagine by
a never-failing, all-year-round sunny
disposition.
Sherman belonged to the school of
republicanism nowadays popularly
called "regular," and he fought his po political
litical political battles shoulder to shoulder
with men of his faith without com compromise
promise compromise or flinching. Like every pub public
lic public man, he had critics, some bitter;
but he also had friends who were a
match for his. enemies.
To the House of Representatives of
the -Fiftieth Congress, he came In the
winter of 1887, just passed his 27th
birthday, with the energy and opti optimism;
mism; optimism; of youth, college bred from the
halls of Hamilton which has given to
public life many other statesmen and
public figures, none without some
mark of distinction. He had been
elected mayor of Utlca two years be before.
fore. before. Like many others who came to
lead in the national legislature, he
brought with him an education in. law.
. He was well born and well bred. His
father, Richard U. Sherman, was an
editor and public figure in New York
state.
Two sessions of Congress found
Sherman defeated and out of office,
but not for long. Henry W. Bentley,
' of Oneida county, beat him by less
than a thousand votes in the race for
the Fifty-second Congress. In the
interim, Sherman went back to Utlca,
built up his law practice, and return returned
ed returned to the Fifty-third Congress with a
signal victory. He remained in the
House without defeat to the Sixtieth
, Congress, when he was nominated and
elected vice president on the ticket
with Mr. Taft.
His first year in the House brought
him into close association with lead leaders.
ers. leaders. Joseph W. Bailey, later a senator;
Breckenridge, Bryan, Bourke, Cock Cock-ran,
ran, Cock-ran, Crisp, Dalzell, Dingley, Dolllver,
Henderson, Payne, Paynter, Raynor,
Reed, Wadsworth, "Fighting Joe"
Wheeler and a score of others whose
names became household words In
discussion of the tariff and other na national
tional national policies were his fellows. The
Senate held such men as Aldrich, Al Allison.
lison. Allison. Cockrell. Dandel. Frye, Gorman,
Hoar, Hill, Teller, Vest and Wolcott.
All were not republicans, but all were
"Jim" Sherman's friends, and in such
an. environment he worked to a high
rplace In the councils and finally was
Jnumber one of the Big Five In the
House.
Cannon, Dalzell, Payne, Sherman and
Tawney were the great quintet during
the .comparatively recent years In
'.which Congress was republican. Each
of them Invariably wore a Ted carna carnation
tion carnation for a buttonnlere, and when Sher Sherman
man Sherman went to preside over the Senate
and occupy the coveted marble room
In the other wing of -the capltol he
took the custom with him and the
flower always appeared at every ses session
sion session of the upper house.
Any review of .Sherman's life would
not be complete without a reference to
his work In the House. Briefly, there
Is recorded no time when he moved
galleries to applause by a debate from
the floor, or changed any votes by elo eloquence.
quence. eloquence. But the statutes bear marks
of his work in committees and caucus,
and the result of his labors on the
rules committee, the Interstate com commerce
merce commerce committee and other branches
of the machinery of the House where
real legislation is done, while speeches
prevail upon the floor.
It Is not to be said he was no cam campaigner.
paigner. campaigner. In New York state politics
he was a leading figure. He was known
In other states. His apoearances In
campaigns, state and national, were
not Infrequent. He was at one time
chairman of the republican congres congressional
sional congressional committee. He always was
active In the New York state repub republican
lican republican conventions and a figure at all
national gatherings of that party.
Sherman went to preside over the
Senate just about a time when what
popularly is known as senatorial dig dignity
nity dignity was beginning to feel Its first
break. In the chair, Sherman was dig dignity
nity dignity Itself fair in his rulings, his col colleagues
leagues colleagues said, quiet, firm, sure and sel seldom
dom seldom reversed an appeal. But dignity,
so far as the traditional senatorial
frock coat and silk hat were concern concerned,
ed, concerned, was generally absent. He regarded
hia time presiding over the Senate as a
day's business, to be attended to as if
he' were sitting In his bank In Utlca
or at the directors' table of one of the
many enterprises In which he had
found fortune and laid the foundations
of another for his sons. He usually
appeared In a business suit, on a hot
day he came In flannels; on a very hot
day a palm leaf fan displaced the
gavel and perhaps a glass of lemonade
topped off the book of rules. Other
Senators, reluctant, perhaps, to trans trans-gresa
gresa trans-gresa staid custom, fell In with his
Ideas, and nowadays on a blistering
Washington summer day the Senate
chamber looks quite like a business
body.
The illness that proved fatal was
little known of In Washington until
the last few months. Mr. Sherman was
not present during the closing days of
the last sesslo", and the Senate, with without
out without a president pro tern by the death
of Frye. and unable to agree upon a
successor, got along by temporary
agreements, placing some senator in
the chair for two weeks at a time.
When he disappeared, seeking rest
and health In vain. Sherman was gen genuinely
uinely genuinely missed about thecapitol. in the
departments, at the White House,
where he was a frequent caller and
always exchanged a new joke with
President Taft, and on the streets,
where he often walked. In a hurry he
used a motor, but It was an occurrence
of an ordinary day with Congress In
session to meet Sherman walking
down Pennsylvania avenue. often
alone, rosy cheeked and cheerful, re returning
turning returning the salutations of scores who

knew him by sight, thought of him as

"Sunny Jim." and greeted him: "Good
morning, Mr. President and the pas
serby who recognized him was greet
ed as heartily as the senator." who
might be next.
He was almost as much concerned In
the promotion of clean sports as he
was In the development of business
Interests. He was especially noted as
a baseball fan and he would suspend
business almost any time to see a
good game. Ill as he was at the time
the recent world's series was played,
he displayed great interest In that
event. He had bulletins telephoned to
him Indicating the progress of each
game, Loyally partial to w lor.
the vice president expressed deep re
gret when the Giants fell.
Faaeral Servlee Tomorrow
Mr. Sherman was a member of the
Dutch Reformed church, and the obse
qules will be conducted In accordance
with the forms of that denomination.
but the services will be held at the
First Presbyterian church, which Is
the largest in Utlca. The service will
begin at 2 o'clock Saturday, and will
be conducted jointly by Dr. Holden,
pastor of the Dutch church, and Dr.
H. W. Stryker, president of Hamilton
College.
The body of the vice president will
lie in state at the Oneida county court
house today, from 3 p. m. to 9 p. m.
It will be returned to the Sherman
residence for private services tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning.
Mr. Sherman will be burled in For Forest
est Forest Hill cemetery, where many mem members
bers members of his family have found a final
resting place. He selected his pall
bearers before his death. They con consist
sist consist of prominent citizens and intimate
friends.
All city flags are at half-mast and
by every other possible way the vice
president's home city Indicates Its
grief over his demise.
Mr. Sherman was a prominent factor
in many business enterprises in the
city and the offices of all such con concerns
cerns concerns are closed.
President Taft and scores of mem members
bers members of Congress will attend the fun funeral.
eral. funeral. Messages of condolence from
public men all over the nation have
been received, and others arrive every
hour.
SLDDEX DEATH OF"
A PROMINENT LAWYER
W. L. Palmer, one of the state's
leading attorneys and one of the most
honored professional men of Orlando,
died of heart disease some time Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, and was found dead in his
bed Wednesday morning by his wife,
who. went t,o call him when he failed
to arise at the usual time. Mr. Pal Palmer
mer Palmer had not been In rugged health for
some time, but was at his office all
day Tuesday and retired only slightly
indisposed. Mr. Palmer was 59 years
old, a native of Georgia and had been
a citizen of Orlando from 1885. He
had filled many positions of honor
and trust, including membership In the
legislature, and his death is deeply re regretted.
gretted. regretted. He was well known In Ocala,
where he represented several import important
ant important cases.
The Star republishes elsewhere to today
day today an article from the Banner, deal dealing
ing dealing with some of the causes of high
prices. It contains much that should
be carefully considered. Good govern government
ment government is a great help and bad govern government
ment government a great hindrance to prosperity,
but government isn't everything The
truth Is, some countries have been
fairly prosperous in spite of much
worse government than this country
has ever known. We shouldn't cease
our efforts to improve our public af affairs,
fairs, affairs, but it won't do to drift into the
too common opinion that they will
make everything perfect despite nat natural
ural natural causes, supply and demand and
human nature.
The Times-Union has never denied
that a decided reduction of, the tariff
would tend temporarily to create hard
times, but It holds that It is necessary
to go through with such a period of
depression In order to reach a plane of
justice that will Insure permanent
prosperity. The Times-Union would
not oppose cutting dut a cancer be because
cause because It hurts the patient to cut it
out. Times-Union.
The Star doesn't think Its necessary
to have a panic. In event of demo democratic
cratic democratic success, it Is to be hoped that a
sane and gradual reduction of the
tariff will follow, and that needn't
stampede anyone. As It now is. the
tariff Is like the morphine habit; the
longer It lasts the worse It becomes.
Panic or no panic. It has to be check checked
ed checked some time, or It will lead to worse
evils, economically and socially than
any the country has had, and the
longer its reform Is put off the greater
the inevitable disaster will be.
DANGEROUS CALOMEL
GOING OUT OF USE
A Safer, More Reliable Remedy lias
Taken Ita Place la the Drugstore
aad la the Home
A few years ago, men, women and
children took calomel for a sluggish
liver and fox1 constipation. They took
risks when they did so, for calomel Is
a dangerous drug. Your family doc doctor
tor doctor will be the first to tell you this If
he discovers you dosing yourself with
calomel.
But the drug trade has found a
safer, more pleasant remedy than calo calomel
mel calomel in Dodson's Liver Tone. The
Court Pharmacy tells us that their
drugstore sells Dodson's Liver Tone
In practically every case of biliousness
and liver trouble where calomel used
to be taken.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a vegetable
liver tonic that Is. absolutely harm harmless
less harmless for children and grown people. It
sells for 50 cents a bottle and is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to be entirely satisfactory by
the Court Pharmacy who will refund
your money with a smile If it does
not give quick, gentle relief without
any of calomel's unpleasant after aftereffects.
effects. aftereffects. Ad.
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,
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A St. Louis well machine that will
make wells from seven Inches down
through any kind of rock. Address.
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(Mrs. E. Vaa Hood, Editor)
Sunday, Nov. 10th, ha? been set
apart as the "World's Temperance
Sunday." We ask that all ministers of
the gospel preach that day upon this
Important subject, and that in every
Sunday school the men and boys have
charge of the exercises.
We print below a suggestive pro program.
gram. program. Lesson passage Isaiah 28:1-13.
Songs, "Yield Not to Temptation."
"Have Courage My Boy to Say No."
!'The Fight is On." Prayer for the
voters of our country upon whom rests
the awful responsibility of keeping
the saloon In our midst! Roll call by
classes to 'be answered with a Bible
verse on the evils of the liquor traffic.
Motion recitation by every boy under
12 years of age.
My(l) body is a temple.
To i2) God it does belong.
He bids me keep it for his use,
He wants it pure and strong.
The things that harm my body (3)
I must not use at all.
Tobacco Is one hurtful thing.
Another, alcohol.
Into my (4) mouth they shall not go;
When tempted. I will answer no, (5)
And every day I'll watch and pray.
"Lord, keep me pure and strong al
ways." (6)
(1) Hands clasp waist. (2) Point up
ward. (3) Same as No. 1. (4) Finger on
lips. (5) Stamp right foot. (6) Close
eyes and fold hands.
Story by a Junior ny
"We heard once of a minister who
was preaching on the sanctity of the
human body and the duty of keeping
it pure as a temple of the Holy Spirit
He said that those who saturated It
with tobacco smoke, defiled it, and re
lated this incident. He was passing
alone: the street and saw a brass
monkey set up in a tobacco store with
a cigar In its mouth. The cigar was
lighted and by some sort of device
the smoke was drawn into the monkey
and puffed out through his mouth.
The machinery stopped once in a while
because the monkey's interior became
clogged and filthy. They they had to
take him apart and clean him out be
fore he could go again. The lesson
taught was: If nicotine and tobacco
smoke will stop the works; of a brass
monkey, what will it do to yours?"
The superintendent will ask the fol
lowing questions to be answered by
the men and grown-up boys:
Ques. Mr. Athlete, why do you re refuse
fuse refuse to touch intoxicating liquor and
tobacco when you are training for
your best work? Ans. Because the
Athlete to be successful must act ac
cording to the Apostle Paul's rule:
"Every man that striveth for the mas
tery is temperate in all things." Not
only during the contest, but during
the long preparation for it. The one
in training must not touch cigarettes
or liquor. The little indulgences
which other men allow themselves he
must forego. Not once will he break
the trainer's rules, for he knows that
some competitors will refrain even
from that once, and gain strength
while he is losing it. He is proud of
his little hardships, and fatigues, and
privations, and counts it a point of
honor scrupulously to abstain from
anything which might In the slightest
degree diminish his chance of success
Mr. Railroad Man, why is It that
chief railroads will not allow any em
ploye to use strong drink, and the
Brotherhood of Engineers will not
keep in their number and endorse any
one who is even a moderate drinker?
Ans. Because even in moderate drink
ing there is danger of a bad effect
upon the mind, disturbing the judg
ment, distorting the reason.
"Inflaming wine, pernicious to man
kind.
Unnerves the limbs and dulls the noble
mind." Homer.
Mr. Salesman, why have you become
a total abstainer? Ans. "Yes, I used to
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One Mission Parlor Set, Three
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One Mission Library Table . 9.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
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One Home-made Wardrobe.
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Several Extension Dining Tables
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Many other bargains, too.
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be a drinking man." aid a traveling
salesman whose sales amount to three
quarters of a million yearly, "hut I
soon found that it was absolutely
necessary to cut out the drink if J
proposed to keep from failure. Some
of my friends said, "Don't cut it out:
do as I do, go easy on it.' But I had
noticed that there is no such thing as
going easy in drinking. A man may
hold himself in" nine times out of ten,
but, the tenth time he fails, and he
never know? when the tenth time is
coming. The more I thought about it
the more I -saw that if I would keep
my wits about me and be my best for
twenty-four hours each day, I must
let the drink absolutely alone. I must
be ready at any moment to talk, to the
keenest-witted men, to listen to their
arguments, to pit myself against them,
demolishing their arguments one by
one. There is only one way to do this:
I must be clear headed. So there isn't
enough money in reach to hire me to
take a single drink. Not that this is
my only reason for taking the stand I
do. There are other reasons even more
forceful, but this was the reason that
led me to make by decision. And I'm
glad I made it."
Mr. Business Man, why are you a
total abstainer? Ans. Because even
moderate drinking injures my good
judgment. A number of gentlemen in
the state of New York came together
to value certain parcels of land which
were to be offered at public sale. They
agreed unanimously upon the sum
they were worth; but upon the day of
the sale the owner cunningly treated
them to alcoholic drinks, and one of
them bid and actually paid four times
as much for the property as he or any
other man In his riitht senses thought
it worth. A temperance man, having
some standing timber to be disposed
of at public sale, decided that he would
not furnish any alcoholic liquors to
the bidders, as was the custom in that
day. The autcioneer replied: "I am
sorry, for you will lose a great deal of
money. I know how it works, for
after men have been drinking the
trees look much larger to them than
they did before." A vendue master of
Connecticut said: "I have often in this
day got more than ten times the value
of the drinks that I have furnished."
Horse traders, gamblers, thieves, mer merchants,
chants, merchants, and commercial travelers often
furnish alcoholic drinks for similar
purposes.
Judge Benjamin Lindsey, what is
your opinion? Ans. I wish every boy
in America would keep the pledge to
refrain from intoxicating liquor of
any kind or character as a beverage:
to do all in his power to end the drink
habit and the liquor traffic: and to ab abstain
stain abstain from the use of tobacco in any
form. 1 have been in the Juvenile
Court ten years, and in ihat tinu- I
have had to deal with thousands and
thousands of boys who have disgraced
themselves and their parents.
anl who
hiv nr,nif.it r.r row and misery into

their lives': and I do not know of anyjsparr going very reasonable

one habit that is more responsible for
the troubles of these boys than the
vile cigarette habit. No r-titv-minded. j
hone.-t. manly, brave, gentle boy will
smoke c'sarettes.
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for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Hisrhe: price? paid for ell Gold. m1 m1-ver,
ver, m1-ver, old Watches. Rroken Jewelry and
Precious tor.s. Mor.ey sent by return
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Will l.e Milium & Mamhall Day, and
Florida Democrats Should
Largely Observe It
Saturday, Nov. 2, has been set apart
and, designated Wilson and Marshall
day, as the result of conferences and
concerted action between, national
democratic headquarters In New York
and democratic headquarters of the
various states of the country.
It Is proposed to signalize Wilson and
Marshall day by democratic rallies In
every city and town In the United
States, at which there will be read a
special message incident to the cam campaign
paign campaign from Governor Woodrow Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, national democratic leader.
It Is in order for Marion county dem democrats
ocrats democrats to get together and fittingly
observe the occasion.
CHAPTER XO. 13 R. A. M.
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.
While shopping, stop ana cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We'are not after
money; Just want your company. Ad.
.KEDS, XEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
FIRE WOOD
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Honey'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,
delivertd 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.
FRESn SEEDS
We have the new crop of garden and
field seels for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company. Ad.
FOR SAM?
I am now offering some of the most
valuable lots in the northern part of
the city. If Interested call on W. II.
McConn at Converse's planing mill. 1
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valuable lands at
OI.LIE MOHDIS MARKET OPEX
The market formerly Known as the
Oilie Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
rand 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.
Tours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dtaler in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
Terkeween Oil. the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or siles and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. Ad.

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table, and use Cottolene
for shortening,, and better

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:ream muffin:
1 pint sifted flour 2 eggs
Vi cup Cottolene Vfc cup milk
2 tablespoons baking powder
Vi teaspoon salt
Mix the baking powder and
salt with the flour. Beat the
yolks of the eggs lightly, add
milk and stir quickly into the
flour, then stir in the softened
Cottolene and lastly the egg
whites well beaten. Fill a
greased muffin pan two-thirds
full and bake 15 minutes in
a very hot oven.
Use Cottolene
in the
Kitchen
Call op Phone 300 and Let

PLUM

AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am we employ none but expert we are la polflon tn arnaranfee ev every
ery every piece of work we coaMrucf lo of a ml Ibe Inapeclloa of the moat
rlicld fnnpertora. It runt not hi net to icet our flfrnren, aad yon are ta
winner, whether we aecure the contract or not. tilve n a trial.
M. W. TUCKER

FOKT KIXO BLOCK

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We have just received another carload of stock. rJ hit 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 t lie selec selection
tion selection is large, and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right. Respectfully,
Tompkins a eoeis

Phone 117
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FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
QUALITY and SERVICE
M. A. DAVIES
PflONE 43S
Bring Your Tires and Tubes to be
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The Plan Works,

But-
I have given your customer's plan a
l.sfif.l with the results.

I had lai.l by almost ten dollars, saved from my last month's pay. I kept
It in the bureau 1 rawer. It was too handy there. Three different times have
I takn .some amount for immediate uu-. I .ne now It was spent foolishly.
There N than Ave dollars left. I must save that.
THE WAY TO SAVE-IIAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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

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kind that do not tarnish,

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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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, Touder
and ail Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Mi Hardware Co.

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

Ao Eo MRMETT

THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

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ent different style, mid nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brafs trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the

and there are pretty dark
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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Ad.
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
eeds. Ad.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Ad.
Dr. and Mrs. l. M. Smith are expect- i
ed home tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. C. K. Ahcarn has returned from
her visit to Hih Springs.
A new line of toilet requisites Just
in. Gerig's Postofflce Drugstore'. Ad.
Mrs. P.. H. Seymour returned today
from her visit o Kustls.
Mr-. Jake Prown i?
from Poston Sunday.
expected home
Mr. M. II. AviHiams. the popular
young Coast L.;n auent. is on the
sick list. 4
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gf-ri'g' Posto'Ve Drugstores. Ad.
Plea-e rememher that you can ob obtain
tain obtain everything J'u need in the toilet
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Mr. George Smitn is out in the coun- j
ty, delivering the ballot boxes and
tickets to the various polling places.
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give
new life. Sold at Court Pharmacy. Ad.'
The boiled peanut famine was tem temporarily
porarily temporarily relieved the other day by a
limited supply of the succulent fruit.
Miss Planch Mizelle arrived this
afternoon from orange Lake, to visit
her sister, Mis Klizabeth Mizelle over!
Sunday.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15" cents. Sold f
only at Ceng's. Postoffice Drugstores
Ad.
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this morning to visit his fam family
ily family and vote in next Tuesday's elec election.
tion. election. For quick signs painted while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
stand. Ad.
Mrs. nd Carmichael returned home
today after a pleasant vacation of
three months, which she spent in Xew
York City and Georgia.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone Xo.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C Cieiger. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael and
Miss I-Mna Culverhouse are expected
home tomorrow, from Hot Springs,
Ark., and Alabama.
Mr. I F. P.allard received yesterday
a barrel of pears from Mount Vernon,
Ml. They were large and luscious
looking, and justified their good looks.
Mr. F. K. Harris lias had somt- ex extensive
tensive extensive improvements anil repairs
made to his residence on South Third
street. The house has been re-painted
and looks as good as new.
Mr. L. M. Murray came in from
Leesburg this morning expecting to
meet his wife and daughter in Ocala
this afternoon, but Mrs. Murray writes
that she will not be home until Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. S. George White of the Antie Antie-tam
tam Antie-tam Paper Co., was in town today,
calling on his friends, the printers of
Ocala. Mr. White enjoys a heavy
trade in Ocala and has a great many
friends here.
"Field and Stream" for November
has the following items: "Large mouth
black bass C. Fy Flippen. 12 "pounds,
4 ounces; Lester jVarner, 10'i pounds."
These two fish Wead the list for the
month of October-TrlT.l should net some
prizes.
Mr. I'M Carmichael js pushing the
work that is being done on the ware warehouse
house warehouse in the rear of his new building
at the Seaboard station. The ware warehouse
house warehouse will be connected with the main
building by a bridge from the second
story.
Mr. N. I. Gottlieb came in from
Trenton last night, where he installed
a F. V. of A. lodge of twenty-six mem members.
bers. members. Lodges have just been installed
at Cedar Keys. Newberry and Alachua,
each place hav'ng an extra large num number
ber number of members.
The Ideal's amateur show caused
unlimited mirth last evening. Sea
Green and O. K. Hoffman had a dia dialogue,
logue, dialogue, which was replete with local
hits. The house was crowded and the
audience was kept in a roar while the
artists were on the statre. The pic pictures
tures pictures were good, too.

Mr. K. P. Bentz. president of the!3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 25c

jOcala Northern Railway, who has been
Jin New York 'ity for the past two j Pounds Sugar $.1.00
! weeks on important business for his! a inn
icompany. returned last night, having)14 bounds Whole Rice $.100

na.i a very successiui trip.
Mr. C. V.. Connor, who has been in
Gadsden. Ala., for the past three
weeks, where he had a most import important
ant important law suit in the courts, won his
j case came out "on top." and is very
j proud tnat the matter s all settled.
Mrs. William H. Wilson is expected
home from North Carolina this after afternoon
noon afternoon or evening. Mr. Wilson went
thru last niarht to Jacksonville to meet
!her. Sne will visit her parents. Mr.
land Mrs. G. W. Martin, for a few days
before returning to her home in Tarn-
'pa. Her friends will be very ulad
see her ai:ain and know that she has
recovered her usual health.
An insolent neurro gave Ballard, the
fruit and newsstand man entirely too
much lip last niuht. and was punished
in consequence. He didn't like some
fruit he was pricing and expressed
himself beyond the po;nt of forbear forbearance.
ance. forbearance. Two blows were struck I'.al-
lard struck the coon and the coon
struck tiie sidewalk. Mr. Ballard is
, one of the most patient men in the
world, but he has to draw the line
somewhere.
Huntsvilie. Ala. W. C. T -!larl. a
well known citizen .-ays: "I have
used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and found it a most excellent prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. In fact, it suits my case better
than any couaii syrup I have ever used
and I have used a good many, for I am
now over seventy years old." Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Dru'store. Ad.

FRKK HI UK TO FOOTBALL

HiK rod should Turn Out to ee the j
(anif Tomorrow Afternooo
ine motor trucis carr an muse
going to the football game tomorrow
tree oi cnartie. i ne iuoiia.n ouys j
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nave ni-tue irrdiif:t:iifu.5 lor uus lo i
leave the Court Pharmacy at
and Z o'clock. It is suggested that the j
ladies ii-j at 2 and 2:30, as the foot-j
ball boys will iro out it Z and the bus
will crowded. The aame will be
called at o'clock and the admission
will be the same as last year r.y cents.
The Ocala boys have been practicing
faithfully this week and are confident
that they Svill have a strong team in
ithe hVld tomorrow. The Jacksonville
team has also be-n well drilled and
football lovers have a rich treat in
store.
AT THE V(IM LI II SATURDAY
The executive board will meet at
2:C0 and the club will meet at 3
o'clock. This is the first business
meeting of the club season and a
irool attendance is urgently requested.
There will be reports from all committee.-,
election of delegates to the
convention at West Palm Peach, and
the first of a series of studies of par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary laws. Histesses: Mrs. J. H.
Spencer. Mrs. J. K. Johnson.
OLIIKIti MV IIKTI l STI HI1V
A dispatch from Jacksonville at
noon today says that everything is
j quiet there. It is probable that the
troops will return home tomorrow. Al Almost
most Almost everybody says that calling them
out was a mistake.
tiOOll COMIC AT T1IK A 1 11 uo.mi:
Two Old Dogs. A comic taken at
Coney Island.
The Queen's Pity. A picture full of
human interest.
Double banner. Featuring a thrill thrilling
ing thrilling express car robbery by the Vita Vita-graph
graph Vita-graph Co.
WANTED
Young man of IS to 20 years, high
school education, to learn thoroughly
." and 10 cent business
and develop
into McCrory
service.
inaiiooci ill! C V f dl
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three yea
J. G.
McCrory Co.
MIKKT Ml SIC SALE
Commencing Monday morning, Nov.
4th. I will start a ten days' sale of
sheet music. All the sheet music in the
house, the latest and most popular
classic, rag-time, etc., will be sold for
10 cents a copy. B. F. Condon. 10-:t 1 tf
DR. W. K. LATVB
SpeclnllMt Rye, Rar, None and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.
sm: of siii:i:t ii sic
At our sale of sheet music to start
Monday. November 4th, the latest and
most popular sheet music, retailing at
from 25 to T. cents a copy, will be sold
for 10 tents a copy. Nothing reserved.
Come in and make your selections
early. Big. new stock will follow when
this is sold. B. F. Condon. lO-.Tl-tf
The names of Mr. P. K. Mclver and
Itev. Bunyan Stephens were inad inadvertently
vertently inadvertently left off the list of subscrib subscribers
ers subscribers thru Mr. tiary to the democratic
campaign fund published yesterday.
Another loyal democrat bought a but button
ton button for his small son this morning, but
wouldn't give his name.
OUR PRICES
What Arc You Paying?
Ill ue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
Kxtraet. two 10c bottles for.. 13c
Regular 2."e. size for 20c
Largo Tail Snowdrift $1.2."
Medium Pail Snowdrift. .."Oc
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue Hen Matches per pkg 15c
fl Cakes Expost Borax Soap. . .25c
Baker's or Huyler's Chocolate
per pound 33c
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Van Camp's lied 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 I'kgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
3 Pkgs. Lipton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 PkRs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .22c
3 Cans rc. CJoId Evaporated Milk 10c
j OI(1 roui:try Blend Tea. per lb. .50c
j 5 Gallons
Oil,
.60c
Bulk Oatmeal per pound...
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Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
0 Cans Karo Syrup
Heinz Vinegar, per gallon...
IrMi Potatoes, per peck. .
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour.
12-lb. Sack Pilbury Flour.
, ..c
,35c
.30c
,55c
. .50c
$1.00
$3.75
to;21 lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour
Half Barrel Pilsbury Flour
12 lls. Henry Clay Flour 50c

24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour Sj'.OO
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ...S1.95
90 Ib. Henry Clay Hour . .$3.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour 3.83
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour S7.15
12 lb. Bob White Flour 45c
24 lbs. Bob White Flour 85c
00 lb. I5ob White Flour $3.35
Half-barrel Bob White Hour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$0.50
CAM-THOMAS CO.

AGATHERIDAN SOCIETY

The Agatheridan Society met in reg-
jular st-s.'i n this afternoon. After the
; minute- of the preceding meeting had
been reaJ anJ apprC)Veil
r3m wa, ren.JereJ.
the following
yCubi
Subject: People of Ancient History.
Son" bv -chool
Essay. Inventions During the Pre Prehistoric
historic Prehistoric Age Linn Saunders.
Essay. The Early Egyptians, their
Customs and Religion Inez Sandifer.
Oration. Accomplishments of the
Early Egyptian Kings as to Architec Architecture
ture Architecture Louise Saunders.
Essay. The Religion of Dabylonia
Fred MerTert.
The Story of Assyia Katie Mae
Eagleton.
Essay. The Hebrew Literature Ava Ava-lee
lee Ava-lee Edwards.
Essay. The Phoenicians, their Cus Customs
toms Customs and Arts Carrol Blalock.
Piano solo, "Silver Thistle" Marie
Burnett.,
Debate: Resolved. That Egypt con contributed
tributed contributed more to civilization than
Babylonia. Affirmative, Elmer Small,
Walter Stokes; negative. Lorayne
Kemp. Sidney Harold.
Paper Robert Connor.
The judges. Robert Moorhead. Mary
Saunders and Nellie Beckham, decided
in favor of the negative. After the
reports of the critics, the society ad adjourned
journed adjourned to meet again Nov. 8.
M Y IIP.I.I.K MOnLEY
May Belle, the little three-year-old
daughter of Mrs. L C. Mobley, of
Norman Park. Ga.. formerly Miss Errol
Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' J. E.
Bailey of this city, died yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon in Norman Park. The funeral
services were held tiiere. Mrs. Mobley
has lost three children and has one
little boy. five years old. living, who
is seriously ill of typhoid fever, the
same malady that caused the death of
the little girl. He is so ill that the
family could not come to Ocala to
bury the little girl. Mr. Lawton Bailey,
Mrs. Mobley's brother, went to Nor Norman
man Norman Park yesterday to be with her
and attend the funeral.
IK. JEFFCOAT'N INM'H ACE
Various rumors have ben current as
to the amount of insurance Mr. W. A.
jriit uai idi i eu d-d 1 1 1 i iiccnien i ;i tki
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many a..ertions have been current in
regard to same.
sured with, and make the following
statement :
Mr. Jeffcoat's claim has already been
filed against the Fidelity & Deposit
Co. for $2".00 for the loss of his hand,
an.l this claim will be paid in a few
days.
If Mr. Jeffeoat should lose the sight
of his eye, which we hope he will not
do. he will receive $2."00 additional
from this company and will also re receive
ceive receive $10,000 from the Reserve Loan
Co. But he will obtain nothing from
the latter company on the loss of his
hand. Both policies are combination
policies.
tiif. iiAi.i.owm-rv daxcr
The young ladies of the city are to
be congratulated on the success of
their Hallowe'en dance at Yonge's hall
last evening. It was a Leap Year af affair,
fair, affair, and as always the novelty lent an
additional charm to the occasion.
The hall was most tastefully dec decorated
orated decorated for the occasion. The Hallo Hallowe'en
we'en Hallowe'en colors, red. black and yellow
were used in the decorations. The
ceiling was literally covered with long
streamers, reaching from the four
sides of the room to the large center
post, and in the windows and on
moss covered stands about the room
were placed Jovial faced pumpkins
lighted with tallow candles. In one end
of the room punch was served by a
charming witch in the person of Miss
Ophelia Sawtell from a large black
pot suspended from a tripod, cunning?
ly arranged in a forest dell of autumn
colored branches and Spanish moss. At
the other end of the hall was a
"well"' of fresh water, which was serv
ed by Miss Margaret Jackson, also
dressed as a witch for the occasion and
many couples went to look in Its lim limpid
pid limpid depths to learn their fate and
drink from the gourd dipper deftly
handled by Miss Jackson. Over a
blowing fire Miss Lois Ellis stirred the
witches' brew, a large pot, from which
she selected and handed to each one
calling on her a neatly tied little roll
of paper, and upon opening same one
was told in charming poetry and prose
of love and marriage and given a
glimpse of the future that made you
feel downcast or overjoyed, according
to the luck you had. Music was fur
nlshed by the orchestra from the Ideal
Theater and fourteen dances and sev several
eral several extra numbers were enjoyed to
the fullest by all, "Home Sweet Home'
being played shortly after 12 o'clock
Many were the compliments received
In the young ladies for the artistic
work done by them on the programs.
which were adorned with witches,
cats, owls, bats, pumpkins, etc. Some
twenty-five couples were dancing and
many were present who did not dance,
but enjoyed the charming scene, of
color and gaiety as much as those
participating.
TAXES ARE OW Dl'K
Tiie tax books are now open for the
payment of If 12 state and county
taxes. The taxes are $.10 hiarher this
year on each $100 assessed valuation,
than last year. Always bring or send
a correct description of your property.
The laws also allows a discount of
2 per cent for all payments made in
November and 1 ppr cent discount in
December. Yours very truly,
W. U Colbert,
Tax Collector.
The followipg
party has returned
from the big scrub.
thirty miles east
' of Ocala. whre the members put in a
week huntift: Messrs. John P. Gallo Galloway.
way. Galloway. Iuiy Lansr. John Spencer. Henry
LSvinsston and James Johnson. Messrs
J. "Mctfranie. Albert and Holly Fort
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of Moss Bluffao"mpan!ed the party.
The hutUl"KLIled six deer, three
moe- jsins, one rattler and one skunk,
and had more fun than they can tell
about in a month.
Master Robtrt White, wit.4i. great
ingenuity and patience, has whittled a
very srool model of an auto out of
pine woo l. He should put it on ex exhibition
hibition exhibition at the fair, for it Is quite a
creditable -ie'ce of work.
Looking over the marriage license
bock in Jul ere Bell's office today, the
reporter ob-erfed with sorrow that
thn colored folks are the only ones
who are buying hymeneal halters these
day.-. But thiviH Te changed soon.
M:-s L-.la Raysor arrived this morn morn-inr
inr morn-inr from Orlando for a brief visit to
her O-ala friends. She will return to
Orlando Monday.
A HALF MILLION CABBAGE
plants now ready for setting. For
further information, address, N.
Price, Gainesville, Fla.

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 With Us To-Day.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FUL.LT PAID IH tTSM
H. 9. STCKCI. CJhIr.

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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
- Muncaster & Bell.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Ocala Board ol Trade Rooms
OCALA - FLORIDA

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THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR

THE FL0MPA
CENTRAL LAN CO,
DEVELOPER OF
NORTH OCALA

Another Sub-division Will be
Placed on the Market in
a Few Days.
No Portion of Busy Ocala
is Growing Faster.
OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN.

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WEATHER BEPOBT
Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, G8 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 83 denrees.
Average. 70 degrees.
FOR SAIiE
PIANO FOR SALE Good instru instrument
ment instrument at a bargain. Apply to K. r
Pittman.
FOR SALE 3 mules. 2 wagons and 1
buggy. Dr. R. II. Raskin, Anthony,
Fla. 1025-4tw
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A
good second-hand cooking range. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. C. E. Campbell, 47 South
Third street east.
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
Star office. Ad.
FOR SALE A few pairs of Indian
Runner ducks. Eggs for setting at $1
per dozen. Apply to C. A. McPherson,
Dunnellon. Fla. 10-28-12t
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This outfit is almost
new and cost t'oO, but we offer it for
$130 spot cash. The Success Furniture
Co. 11-1
FOR RENT
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.
FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 29 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
The boy's appetite is often the
source of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only create a
healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and enable it to do its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers. Ad.

CLARENCE! CAMP. YlM.

WEATHER FORECAST
Local rains this afternoon, generallr
fair tonight and Saturday, cooler Sat
urday and in north and central por portions
tions portions tontfjht.
WANTED
WANTED For two months, a wom woman
an woman to stay with widow lady. Must bo
good cook, white. Country town. Ad Address
dress Address Mrs. J., Star office. 10-30-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT
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-Ct
Foley Kidney Pill
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of th
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of tfct
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
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MIDDLE AOBD and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
B. A. Davis, 627 WashlBrton SC. Coanertrillat
nd.. is in his ith year. He write us t "I have
steir suffered mac from my kidneys aad blad
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was too fraonent. camicr ma to loaa tnnrh alaea
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The Home of Old Santa Claus
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.

EXTOtC IfMlI.LE
WD HIGH PRICES

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

Merchants who handle a small line of Toys andf 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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HOTEL CHURCHILL
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, 2 per day and up. European Tlan. J1.00 per day and up
Special Weekly Rates.

& Co.

NOTICE
1913 Mcrnra Due October First
All state and county license? are due
and payable on the flr?t day of Octo October.
ber. October. To continue business after that
date without your 1911 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 Dell. County Jude.
W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector.

Arkansas Chin & rever Tor.lt, 25
and r.o cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and laerlppe.

iTydings & Co. Ad.

(Banner)
In his address in this city last Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Senator McMuIlen of Tampa,
commenting upon the evils of high
prices, cited the advance in the price
of gasolene as a malignant example.
He said that within the snort period
of a little more than a year gasolene
had doubled in price. That this ad advance
vance advance was brought about by the trust
rontrolling it, and that it was done
for the purpose of enriching a few few-owners
owners few-owners to the injury of the many that
necessity forced to be consumers of
the product.
This paper holds to the theory that
we ought to approach the discussion
of these questions temperately and
fairly. It matters no more to us who
control the output of gasolene than
who controls the price of other pro products.
ducts. products. We think that all should be
measured by the same yardstick and
discussed from the same standpoint.
(leneralfy the price of things 's
controlled by the law of supply and
demand.
We know that the manufacture and
use of automobiles and motor boats
in the past few years have wonder wonderfully
fully wonderfully advanced the demand for gaso gaso-lent,
lent, gaso-lent, so we should not be startled by
the advance in its price no more than
we should be startled by the advance
in the price of rubber, or other things
that have come into quick use.
Then, too, who are the many who
are injured by the advance in the
price of gasolene? Surely it is not
the poor, for they are not supposed"
to be the owners of motor boats or
autombiles.
Then, too, see how the manufacture
of automobiles and motor boats, made
possible by the use of gasolene, have
given employment to labor.
Now, we do not want to be under understood
stood understood as defending the trusts, for we
are not bent on committing political
harakiri, certainly not in view of the
fact of Mr. Wilson's almost certainty
of election.
If such a thing be possible, we sim simply
ply simply want to be fair, reasonable and
consistent in the discussion of these
problems.
How is it. Senator, with the prices
of other things that we know are not
controlled by the trusts?
Not a few years ago, but only a few
months ago, eggs were selling for fif fifteen
teen fifteen cents per dozen. While the sen senator
ator senator was speaking eggs were selling
in our local market for forty-five cents
per dozen.
No one holds that this is a malig malignant
nant malignant scheme on the part of the pro producers
ducers producers to cheat and swindle and grow
rich off the consumers of eggs.
Like gasolene and all other pro products,
ducts, products, the price of eggs is regulatel
by the old immemorial and ancient
rule of supply and demand.
How long has it been. Senator,
since sweet potatoes were selling for
thirty cents per bushel? They ar now
selling for eighty cents and one dol dollar
lar dollar per bushel. Xo one sees a plot in
this to rob the consumer.
Do not we who are living in the cot cotton
ton cotton growing states want to see cotton
command fifteen instead of eight
cents per pound, and yet we must
confess that there are more consum consumers
ers consumers than producers of cotton.
And then. Senator, is it a better
sign of "good times" to see eggs sell selling
ing selling for fifteen cents per dozen rather
than forty-five cents per dozen? Pota Potatoes
toes Potatoes thirty rather than eighty cents
per bushel? Corn forty cents instead
of one dollar per bushel? Cotton
eight instead of fifteen cents per
pound?
If not, then why make such a shriek
about the price of gasolene? We own
no gasolene stock, more's the pity,
and we know of no friend of ours who
is so fortunate, but, "honest Injun,"
with the fabulous demand for it that
has sprung up so suddenly, is not gas gasolene
olene gasolene about the cheapest product on
the market?
It is cheaper than turpentine, it is
cheaper than alcohol, it is cheaper
than any spirituous or malt liquors,
it is cheaper than any mineral water
that flows naturally out of the bowels
of the earth, and is bottled and put
upon the market.
Is it a crime to be consistent and
fair in the discussion of these prob problems?
lems? problems? As self-preservation is the first law
of nature, it occurs to us that we
ought not to find fault with our farm farmers
ers farmers for getting as big a price for their
products as the markets will justify.
It occurs to us that there will be
more prosperity in the state if our
farmers can get forty-five cents in instead
stead instead of fifteen cents per dozen for
their eggs, eighty instead of thirty
cents for their potatoes: a dollar a
box for oranges instead of fifty cents,
and when the cigar manufacturers of
Tampa can get a legitimate profit for
the sale of their output.
We observe that these prices have
a relative effect, and enable the pro producers
ducers producers to give bigger prices for labor.
When did skilled or unskilled labor
bring better prices than They are
bringing today?
We do not believe that prosperity
is brought about by pressing prices
down to a mere subsistence.
"Live and let live" is the motto
that brines its blessings to the hu human
man human rac
Wh-thr inquisitorial or not. we

would speedily enact an income law. j
state and federal. The only objection)
that we have ever hard ursed a-ain-t

an income tax i, its ;nqu:snor:ainer
and surely it could not be more in inquisitorial
quisitorial inquisitorial than t:: law enacted
against the newspapers which com compels
pels compels them to give the :;ans of their

stockholders, the amount of their in-!

ubtedness. thr names of the credit creditors
ors creditors and the names of the owners.
An income tax. prying into one's

private business affairs, could go no
further than that, and all statesmen
who have given the income tax study
and investigation say that it is the
fairest of all taxes.
Then we would speedily enact also

an inheritance tax. state and federal

This tax is in force in England and

other countries, and in some of our

states. Having protected its citizens
in the accumulation of wealth, it is
but fair that the state should receive
some of the benefits of these accumu accumulations
lations accumulations for general distribution in the
shape of pensions for the benefit of

the destitute and less fortunate.
If the nation is menaced by the ac

cumulations of vast wealth concen

trated in the hands of a few; the

same as an individual, it has the right

of self-preservation, and we would en

act a law fixing a limitation to one's
accumulations.
The nation has the right to guard
itself against any sort of a menace
that threatens to destroy it or sub subvert
vert subvert the principle upon which it is
founded.
As the land is the basis of living
and belongs in usufruct to all the peo people
ple people we would limit its ownership to a
certain number of acres and to the
unused lands we would apply the
Georgerian system of taxation.
With his one acre or ten acres of
sugar cane we do not see why the
farmer should be in any fear of the
"sugar trust;" with his fields full of
fattening hogs and cattle, we do not
see why he should fear the "meat
trust;" with his barn-yard plentifully
supplied with chickens, turkeys and
ducks, we do not see why he should
be concerned about the "egg trust,"
or any other sort of trust, except the
"manufacturers' trust," which finds
expression in our tariff laws, and
these we would speedily abolish, and
put down to a revenue basis, as is out outlined
lined outlined in the Baltimore platform.
We would turn our attention to bet bettering
tering bettering the condition of the wage-earner.
We would make his habitation
sanitary. We would see that his chil children
dren children were properly educated, and the
aged and destitute provided for.
We would provide old age pensions
for those who have labored during
all the years of their vigorous man manhood
hood manhood and womanhood, so that in their
old age they should not be confronted
with want, nor the fear of want.
We would put those who have done
faithful service in civil life on the
same footing with those who have
done faithful service in military life.
As far as laws could do it, we would
abolish poverty and disease, and the
successful efforts in stamping out
small pox and yellow fever give ex expression
pression expression to the belief that these are
not iridescent dreams.
We would approach the discussion
of all these problems in fiirness ana
candor and from a non-political standpoint.

State of Ohio.
City of Toledo, ss.
Lucas County.
Frank .1. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., loinsr business In the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De December.
cember. December. A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern internally
ally internally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & u Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Ad

Harmony Violet Olycerlne Soap,
full half-pound cakes. 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Po3toffice Drugstores.
Ad.

It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the
best coush medicine I have ever used,"
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavon Lavon-ia.
ia. Lavon-ia. Fa. "I have used it with all my
children and the results have been
highly satisfactory." For sale by all
dealers. Ad.

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

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a You Are Cordially Invited to Meet a Friend

A Mitchell, a general merchant near
Bagdad, Ky., writes us: "I think Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills one of the greatest
kidney medicines there is. My daugh daughter
ter daughter was in terrible shape with kidney
trouble and I got her to take It. She
is completely cured now. I think It
one of the greatest medicines made."
Sold at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

SHERIFF! SALE

T'nler and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the
-irr-u:t court in and for Marion county,
Florida, dated the 30th day of August,
. I. T'l-. in a certain cause wherein
H. C Jrove. doing business as the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, is plaintiff,
and P. If. Sanders is defendant, I have
k v;el on and will on
Monday, tnr 2nd ilav of December, A.
D. 1912
the same being a legal sales day, offer
f r sale at the vet door of the court
'use in Ocala. Florida, during the
l-gal h :urs of sale, and sell the same
to ti e highest and best bidder for cash
The '--tll-jwir.g described personal prop prop-erty.
erty. prop-erty. to-wjt: One bay horse, buggy and
harness. Sold to satisfy said execu execution
tion execution and all costs of court.
I. P. Galloway.
Sheriff. Marion County, Florida.
H. M. Hampton. Plaintiff's Attorney.

NOTICE OF APPLIf TIO. FOR TAX
Iecd I'nder Section H of Chapter
.an of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. M.
Thoma. purchaser of tax certificates
Nos. 548. ".4. 561. dated the 3rd day
of June. IK'7. tax certificate No. 16,
dated June 1st. 1 1 0 S tax certificate No.
'.. dated June T:h. 1J0& and certificate
No. 523. dated June 1st, 103. has filed
said certificates in my office, and has
male application for tax deed to Is.-ue
in accordance with law. Said certlfl-..ate--
err.hra.e the following described
j ronerty situated in Marion county,
Florida. To-wit: N-5 of and ne1
of r,e'-. section '6. township 15 south,
ran; east, and lots 1. .'. 6. 8. 21, 22.
H:!I Farm in sections 10-11. township
15 out h. ranue 23 east, and nw 4. sc sc-tion
tion sc-tion "') and .-e section 18. township
15. ranae 24. The said land being
iS-.-s-el at the date of the issuance of
such certificates in the name of W R.
Yx, American Phos. Co.. P. T. Iian Iian-diil.
diil. Iian-diil. Randall Tucker. T'nle.-s said
.-rt:fV-ates shall b redeemed accord according
ing according to !sw. tax deed will issue threon
or. rh 2n 1 day of November, A. D.
1 '-' 1 2.
Witness my official signature and
--al th 21st dav of September. A.
D. K'12. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit '"ourt Marion Co. Fix

Barbarossa
(Brewery Bottled Only)
the bet beer brewed."
. Barbarossa is purity itself. And its flavor
is delightful. Call for it by name it is so
much better that you will forsake the
habit of ordering just beer and always
order Barbarossa. Family trade supplied.
On sale at all best places.
STRAUSS & COMPANY
25 S. Magnolia SI., Phone 293, Ocala, Fla.

MOUSES AM) MULES

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 I 1

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, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
M. jr. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

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Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by he Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intelectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete equipment in Schoolrooms. Dorm Dormitories,
itories, Dormitories, Dining Hall and Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LOUETTO, FLORIDA.

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WE have for 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,
HOWELL & 5D33
OAK, FLORIDA

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

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