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The Ocala evening star
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VENINO
FURNITURE
FURNISHINGS
For All of the Comes
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
NO. 132.
RALLY NY MESSAGE
Woodrow Wilson's Message to the American People
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Fium wooniiow vn,sox to the
AMKHIt A. I'KOI'LK

Some of the GreateM iMnue Ever lie lie-fore
fore lie-fore the .Nation are to le Worked
Out In the eit Four Year
Friends and Fellow Citizens We
stand face to face with a great decis decision
ion decision a decision which will affect the
whole course of our national life and
our individual fortunes throughout
the next generation. We must make
that decision on the 5th of November.
It cannot be iostponed. We cannot
vote without making It and if we do
not vote those who do will make it for
tin. The next four years will deter determine
mine determine how we are to solve the question
of the tariff, the question of the
trusts, th question of the reforma reformation
tion reformation of our whole banking and cur currency
rency currency system, the conservation of our
natural resources and of the health
and vigor of our people, the develop development
ment development of our means of transportation,
the right application of our scientific
knowledge to the work and healthful
prosperity of our whole population,
whether in the fields or in the fac factories
tories factories or in the mines, the firm estab establishment
lishment establishment of a foreign policy based
upon justice and good will rather
than upon mere commercial exploita exploitation
tion exploitation and the selfish Interests of a nar narrow
row narrow circle of financiers extending
their enterprises to the ends of the
earth, and the extension of the as assistance
sistance assistance of the government to those
many programs of uplift and better betterment
ment betterment to which some of the best minds
of our age have turned with wise hope
and ardor.
There is much to be done, and it
must be done in the right spirit and
in the right way, or it will deepen our
troubles, not relieve them. The tariff
question must be solved In the inter interest
est interest of those who work and spend and
plan and struggle, those who are find finding
ing finding a foothold and working out a ca career,
reer, career, those who touch the sources of
strength and are quick with the pulse
of a common life, for the sake of "the
power that tills the fields and builds
the cities," and not for the sake of
special groups of men who dominate
and control their fellows and regard
the toil of millions of men merely as
an opportunity to make use of their
established advantage. It must be
handled very prudently, so that no
honest toll may be interrupted, no
honorable or useful enterprise dis disturbed;
turbed; disturbed; must be dealt with by slow
stages of well considered change
change whose object shall be to re restore
store restore and broaden opportunity, and
to destroy nothing but special privi privilege
lege privilege and unwholesome control. Those
who handle it, therefore, must be
men who understand the general in interest
terest interest and have devoted themselves
to serving it without fear or favor.
The trust question must be dealt
with in the same way with this dis

tinct and single program, to destroy
monopoly and to leave business In Intact,
tact, Intact, to give those who conduct en enterprise
terprise enterprise no advantage except that
which comes by efficiency, energy
and sagacity, those only fountains of
honorable wealth, every man reward rewarded
ed rewarded according to his insight and enter enterprise
prise enterprise and service, his mastery in an
open field. Currency and banking
questions must be discussed and set settled
tled settled in the interest of those who use
credit, produce the crops, manufac manufacture
ture manufacture the goods, and quicken the com commerce
merce commerce of the nation, rather than in
the interest of the banker and the
promoter and the captain of finance,
who if set off by themselves In the
management of such .things, too eas easily
ily easily lose sight even oftheir own Inti Intimate
mate Intimate and inseparable relation to the
general needs and Interests of the
rank and file. Forests -must be re renewed,
newed, renewed, and mines and water courses
must be husbanded and preserved, as
If we were trustees for all genera generations,
tions, generations, not merely for our own, for the
sake of communities and nations and
not merely for the immediate use of
those who hasten to enlarge their en enterprises
terprises enterprises and think only of their own
profits. The government must em employ
ploy employ its powers and spend Its money
to develop a whole people and a
whole continent, and at the same time
keep them free and alert and unham unhampered,
pered, unhampered, its eye always on the com common
mon common use and purpose, Its thought con constantly
stantly constantly of what will happen to the
average man and of what will be pre prepared
pared prepared for the next generation.
We must consider our foreign pol policy
icy policy upon the same high principle. We
have become a powerful member of
the great family of nations. The na nations
tions nations look to us for standards and
policies worthy of America. We must
shape our course of action by the
maxims of justice and liberality and
good will, think of the progress of
mankind rather than of the progress
of this or that investment, of the pro protection
tection protection of American honor and the
advancement of American ideals rath rather
er rather than always of American contracts,
and lift our diplomacy to the levels
of what the best minds have planned
for mankind. We must devote the
power of the government to the ser service
vice service of the race and think at every
turn of men and women and children.

of the moral life and physical force

Sea Girt. 17. J., Oct. 19, 1912.
To the Voters of Acer lea:
I am glad to have an opportunity to state very
simply and dlreotly why I am seeking to be elect elected
ed elected President of the United States. I feel very
deeply that this is not an ambition a man should
entertain for hfs own sake. He must seek to
serve a cause, and must know very clearly what
oause it is he la seeking to serve.
The cause I am enlisted in, lies very plain
to my own view: The Government of the United
States', as now bound by the policies which have
become oharaot eristic of Republican administra administration
tion administration in recent years,, is not free to serve the
whole people impartially, and it ought to be set
free. It has been tied up, whether deliberately
or merely by unintentional development, with
particular Interests, which have used their pow power,
er, power, both to control the government and to con control
trol control the Industrial development of the country.
It must be freed f rem such entanglements and al alliances.
liances. alliances. Until it is freed, it cannot serve the
people as a whole. Until It is freed, it cannot
undertake any programme of social and economic
betterment, but must be checked and thwarted at
very turn by Its patrons and masters.
In practically every speech that I make, I
put at the front of what I have to say the ques question
tion question of the tariff and the question of the trusts,
but not because of any thought of party strategy,
beoause I believe the solution of these ques questions
tions questions to lie at the very heart of the bigger
question, whether the government shall te free
or -not. The government is hot free because it
has granted special favors to particular classes
by means of the tariff. The men to whom these
special favors have been granted have formed
great combinations by whioh to control enter enterprise
prise enterprise and determine the prices of commodities.
They could not have done this had it not been for
the tariff. No party, therefore, which does not
propose to take away these special favors and
prevent monopoly absolutely in the markets of the
oountry sees even so muoh as the most elementary
part of the method by which the government is
to be set free'.
The oontrol to which tariff legislation has
led', both in the field of politio3 aiid in the
field of business, is what has produced the most
odious feature of our present political situa situation,
tion, situation, namely, the absolute domination of power powerful
ful powerful bosses. Bosses cannot exist without-business
allianoes. With them politics is hardly
distinguishable from business. Bosses maintain
their control beoause they. are allied with men
who wish their assistance in order to get con contracts
tracts contracts In order to obtain special legislative
advantages, in order to prevent .reforms which
will Interfere with monopoly or with their en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of special exemptions. Merely as polit political
ical political leaders, not backed by money, not supported
by securely Intrenched special interests, bosses
would be entirely manageable and comparatively
powerless. By freeing the government, there therefore,
fore, therefore, ve at the same time break the power of the
boss. He trades, he does not govern. He ar arranges,'
ranges,' arranges,' he does not lead. He sets the stage for
what the people are to do; he does not act as
their agent or servant, but as their director.
For him the real business of politics is done,
under cover.
The same means that will' set the government
free from the Influences which now constantly

control it would set industry free. The enter
prise and Initiative of all Americans would be
substituted for the enterprise and initiative
of a small group of them. Economic democracy
would take the place of monopoly and selfish
management. American industry would have a new
buoyancy of hope, a new energy, a new variety.
With the restoration of freedom would come the
restoration of opportunity.
Moreover, an administration would at last be
set up in Washington, and a legislative regime,
under which real programmes of social better betterment
ment betterment could be .undertaken as they cannot now.
The government might be serviceable for many
things. It might assist in a hundred ways to
safeguard the lives and the health and promote
the comfort and the happiness of the people; but
it can do thesethings only If its actions be
distinterested, only if they respond to publio
opinion, only if thcTse who lead government see
the country as a whole, feel a deep thrill of
intimate sympathy with every class end every in interest
terest interest in it, know how to hold an even hand and
listen to men of every sort and quality and
origin, in taking counsel what is to be done.
Interest must not fight against interest. There
must be a common understanding and a free ac action
tion action all together.
The reason that I feel Justified in appeal appealing
ing appealing to the voters of this country to support the
Democratic party at this critical Juncture in
its affairs is that the leaders of neither of
the other parties propose to attack the problem
of a free government at its heart. Neither pro proposes
poses proposes to make a fundamental change in the policy
of the government with regard to tariff duties.
It is with both of them In respect of the tariff
merely a question of more or less, merely a ques question
tion question of lopping off a little here and amending
a little there; while with the Democrats it is
a question of principle. Their obj.ect is to cut
every speoial favor out, and cut it out Just as
fast as it can be cut out without upsetting the
business processes of the country. Neither does
either of the other parties propose seriously to
disturb the supremacy of the trusts. Their only
remedy is to accept the trusts and regulate
them, notwithstanding the fact that most of the
trusts are so constructed as to insure high
prices, beoause they are not based upon effici efficiency
ency efficiency but upon monopoly. Their success lies in
control. The competition of more efficient com competitors,
petitors, competitors, not loaded down by the debts created
when the combinations were made, would embarrass
and conquer them. The Trusts want the protection
of the government, and are likely to get it if
either the Republican or the so-called 'Progres 'Progressive'
sive' 'Progressive' party prevails.
Surely this Is. a cause. Surely the questions
of the pending election, looked at from this
point of view, rise into a oause. They are not
merely the debates of a casual party contest.
They are the issues of life and death ta a na nation
tion nation which must be free. in order to be .strong.
What will patriotic men dot

and spiritual betterment of those, all
of those for whom we profess to have
set government up.
None of these high things can be
done, because none of them can be
conceived, from the point of view of
those who at present exercise power
over us at Washington. Xo establish established
ed established policy of the republican party can
be used for such ends. "The black
magic of campaign funds" cannot
work these miracles. The govern government
ment government at Washington has not in half
a generation been conducted from the
point of view or by the counsel of
the nation as a whole, but by the ad advice
vice advice and with the consent of those
who have extorted special favors from
It, a very small number of persons
with their own objects constantly in
view, It may be unconscious of their
selfishness, certainly unconscious of
the interests of the vast majorities
whom they ignored in their scheme
of prosperity. The great task that
waits to be done can be done only bv
a free government with its eye upon
the whole people, and such a govern government
ment government we have not had since the King King-ley
ley King-ley and Aldrich tariffs began to be
built up favor by favor and trusts
began to multiply under the very pro prohibitions
hibitions prohibitions of the law. The republican
party irretrievably committed and
bound to go in the very opposite di direction
rection direction from that in which release
and freedom lie. It has become a
party of special points of view.
The country has already perceived
this. Everywhere these has been a
steadily gathering revolt of the vot voters.
ers. voters. Twenty-six of tlfe forty-eight
state governments are now under
democratic executives. In the legis

latures of the forty-eight states the
democrats outnumber the republicans
by a majority of 200. Seventv-three
of the 120 chief cities of the country
have democratic mayors. There are
now 227 democrats in the national
house of representatives and only 1C1
republicans. The tide gathers in
greater and greater volume. Only the
presidency and the senate lift their
heads a little above it. those citadels
of power which the constitution
makes it hardest for the people's ma majorities
jorities majorities to capture and occupy. Until
these are taken the great task will
halt and wait, the great task of put putting
ting putting the government at the service of
the people.
Shall we not move forward to the
final conquest? An organized, united
and enthusiastic force stands ready,
the only united and militant force to
which the people can turn with any
prospect that they will be served,
promptly, effectively and upon a clear
principle of action the great demo democratic
cratic democratic party, now at last solid and of
clear purpose. To it all who are full
of hope and of the vigor that makes
tomorrows are flocking the youn?
men of the nation, the noble and de devoted
voted devoted women who wish to see better
days for their children and for all who

are oppressed, the men who never
grow old but always press forward to
enterprises of the new age, all who
desire free opportunity and love the
public course that is just and right righteous
eous righteous and quick with the hopes of
mankind. A great people is turning
its face to the light, not desiring a
revolution, but loving the right and
determined to set it up, wisely, tem temperately,
perately, temperately, honorably, with prudenca
and patient debate, not in irritation
or in haste, but like men, not like
children. It is a great day and a pro propitious
pitious propitious one. The responsibility is
ours, and we shall assume it. knowing
what it means. The decision of the
oth of November will usher in, if we
be true, a new day of confidence,
freedom and prosperity. It will be
no niggardly triumph of a party or a
faction, but the triumph of a people.
The democratic party will be, not the
selfish victor, but the trusted instru instrument,
ment, instrument, and the years that follow will
test every principle of the great re republic.
public. republic. God grant that we shall be
worthy to prevail.
WOODROW WILSON.

KVEKV
DEMOCRAT
SHOULD
CO
TO
THE
POLLS
TUESDAT
AND
VOTE
THE
STRAIGHT
TICKET.

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t;reek Hariri Wielded a Fatal Sllnj? on
a TurklMb ;llnth la the fiulf
of Salonlkl

Athens. Nov. 2. A Turkish battle battleship
ship battleship was sunk during' last night in the
Gulf of Saloniki by a Greek torpedo
boat. The Greek commander's daring
enterprise was carried out under the
guns of the Turkish forts without be being
ing being observed, an dthe torpedo boat es escaped
caped escaped unscathed. The warship sank
in five minutes. Tart of the crew were
on shore at the time, so that the num number
ber number of lives lost is unknown.

After Five C'enturlen, the Greek Flag
Aenln Waves Over Ancient
Saniothraee
Athens, Nov. 2. The Greeks yester yesterday
day yesterday occupied the Turkish island of
Samothrace. in the Aegean sea. Its
population numbers about 5,000.

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.

SECOND-HAND FURNITURE
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.)

FLAGGED TRAIN WITH SHIRT

Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but II. T. Alston. Ral Raleigh,
eigh, Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck
with Electric Hitters. "I was in a
terrible plitrht when I began to use
them." he writes, "my stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all bally af affected
fected affected and my liver was in bad condi condition,
tion, condition, but four bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters 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 50 cents at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company. Ad.

State of Ohio,
City of Toledo. ss.
Iucas County.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. .1.
Cheney Sr Co., doing 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. 18S8. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern internally
ally internally and acts directly upon the blood
anil mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & c Toledo, O.
Soli by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Ad

HOUSE AND FLAT FOR RENT
For rent furnished or unfurnished,
gas stove with house, most desirable
location. Apply to phone 216 or ad address
dress address No. Z'i Fort King avenue. Ad.

READ TmS
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 or testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall,
2126 Olive street. St. Louis. Mo. Sold
by all druggists. Ad.

FOR SALE AT SJ175
A St. Louis well machine that will
make wells from seven inches down
through any kind of rock. Address,
D. C. Stanley. Belleview, Fla.

A GRET RUILDING FALLS
when it foundation is undermined,
anil if the founJat:on of health good
digestion is attacked, quick collapse

follows. On the first signs of indiges

tion. Dr. King's Nw Life Pills should
be taken to tone the stomach and reg regulate
ulate regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas Pleasant,
ant, Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at
Tydings Sr Company. Ad.

rlemoerata Should Give Woodrow Wll Wll-on
on Wll-on an lmmene Popular
Majority

(Special to the Star)
New York, Nov. 2. A great victory
is within our grasp. The election-of
Wilson and Marshall is practically ac accomplished,
complished, accomplished, but it is most desirable
that they receive not only the large
majority in the electoral college they
now seem assured of, but that they
receive the largest popular vote ever
cast for candidates for these offices.
We depend upon the press of the
South to arouse their people to the im importance
portance importance of this matter. And I urge
you in every issue, of your paper from
now to election day to emphasize the
value of polling a full democratic vote
in your state. W. F. McCOMDS,
Chairman Democratic Natl. Committee.

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It Was a Trenienrioiin Fight that
RaKetl Thin Week Around
Luleh Ilarcjaw

Sofia. Nov. 2. Details of the rout of
the immense Turkish army by the Bul Bulgarians
garians Bulgarians show that the Bulgarian forces
numerically were far inferior.
The Turkish army aggregated 200, 200,-000
000 200,-000 men. It included the garrison
which had retreated from the captured
fortress of Kirk Killisia as well as the
main body of Turkish troops which had
advanced from Constantinople. It
comprised practically the whole of the
Turkish troops remaining in Europe
apart from the garrisons of Adriano Adriano-ple,
ple, Adriano-ple, Saloniki, Monastir, Janina, Scutari
and a few other towns.
This great army was under the per personal
sonal personal command of Nazim Pasha, min minister
ister minister of war and commander In chief,
who was assisted by some of the ab ablest
lest ablest Turkish generals now serving in
the army.
The Turkish troops offered a stub stubborn
born stubborn and desperate resistance, but
were unable to withstand the on onslaught
slaught onslaught of the impetuous Bulgarians.
The losses of the Ottoman army are
enormous in dead, wounded and pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, as well as ammunition and
other supplies.

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DefenneleHM C'hrlMttann AH Over the
Ottoman Empire Foreigner In
Turkey are Frightened

London, Nov. 2. The Turkish army
is falling back in disorder on its final
line of defense at Tchatalja, twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five miles from Constantinople.
Foreigners in Constantinople are
fearful for the Christian population
of the surrounding towns and the pow powers
ers powers have taken steps to protect them
by the dispatch of warships to Salon Salonika
ika Salonika and other Turkish ports for the
protection of their nations. One cor correspondent
respondent correspondent voices the fear of Europe Europeans
ans Europeans in that city, that the Turkish re retreat
treat retreat from Tchatalja may result In
massacres and pillage by what Is no
longer an army but a mob.
Old residents of Constantinople who
know the Turks thoroughly and are
not inclined to make an alarmist atti attitude,
tude, attitude, say the foreign warships could
afford some protection at Salonlkl and
other ports, but the widely scattered
missions and Christian populations are
seriously endangered.

PORTO RICO'S NEW WONDER
From far away Porto Rico come re reports
ports reports of a wonderful new discovery
that Is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Bamon 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
sold 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
PAINT 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 13 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.

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

Arkansas Chin & rever Tonic, 25
and 5C cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydings & Co. Ad.

Is your husband cross? An irritable,
fault finding disposition Is often due
to a disordered stomach. A man with
rrool digestion is nearly always good
nature!. A great many have been per permanently
manently permanently cured of stomach trouble by
takinsr Chamberlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.

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LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF
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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 5Cc
French Roquefort Cheese in individual ars 2Cc

French Roquefort Cheese in large jars 35c

35c
35c
3k
55c
5CC
5Cc:
5Cc
4Cc
lCc
25c
15c
156
25c
15c
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fCc
10c
2Cc
51.2S
$I.C0
75 c
50c
35c
25c
25c
25c
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Chester

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Camembert
German Camembert
Brie
Roquefort
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Dulrh (Vazet)
Switzerland Sap Sago
Italy Gft. Parmasan 44

American Club
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Pimento

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" large bottles

small
" jars
large
small

Philadelphia Cream Cheese in fans
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
" 44 44 44 small 44
Trnffes Brossces in large bottles
44 small 44
Boneless Anchovies in oil
Puree of Partridge with Truifles per tin

- Venison
" Quail
Pure de Foie Gras

The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger AIp, 20c bottle, per dozen $1.S0
Knorr's Consomme Cubes 3c
" Socp Tablets lCc
Japanese Preserved Jinaer, small pots 3Cc
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Heckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
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A T. Thomas, Pres. J. TnoMrsoN, Manager
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.

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. -Estimates
furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
Phone 331 OCALA, FLOREM

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KOLD WEATHER KOWFORTS
We 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 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 Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" In this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything In our line.
KNIGHT & LA IMG

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WE nave 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,
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F. E. McCLAXE,M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Ocala. Florida
PHONES: OFFICE:
Office. 223. Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
lr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Tquare
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OCALA EVENING STAK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
STATE MUST PAY FOR
CORPORATIOX STINGINESS
In the Saturday issue of "Dixie."
which reached Ocala this morning, is
given a full report of the causes that
led up to the Jacksonville street car
strike. Dixie shows that the street
car company, though owned by a bunch
of leading financiers in the country.
and making large profits, was paying
its men only $1.70 a day. Its pay is
17 cents an hour, and according to its
system, a man has to be on duty
twelve hours to put in ten hours work.
A strike under such conditions was
Inevitable, and having forced the
strike by stinginess to its employes.
and importing strike breakers, the
street car company refuses to arbi
trate. The state must protect the
property of the company and in order
to do so has sent fourteen companies
of militia to Jacksonville, and must
keep them there indefinitely at a cost
of two or three thousand dollars a
day, which of course, the people of
Florida must pay.
So the people of Florida must pay
for the stinginess of a corporation
which will not pay its men decent
wages.
Dixie says:
Seventeen Cent An Hour
There is but one issue in the street
car strike and this Is seventeen cents
an hour.
' However the company officials may
attempt to divert the public attention
from this, the people get right back
to it, and everyone thinking of the
car strike thinks of that $1.70 a day
for twelve hours on duty paid to a
white man with which he is obliged to
meet all of the demands of life at this
period when the cost of living in this
country is the highest It has ever been,
the highest anywhere on the civilized
globe.
Figure This Yourself
Do you know what $1.70 a day means
when a white man opens his pay en envelope
velope envelope Saturday night? It means that
the average weekly wages handed out
to each man In his pay envelope is less
than $10, making allowances for pen penalties
alties penalties for being late, and lay-offs.
$1.70 a day means that if a man is
single, he lives in the cheapest kind
of a boarding house, herded with three
and four others in a room; that he
works all day and Sunday, too; that he
wears the Roughest k"nd of clothes,
with little chance during the week for
a change of linen; that he has no time
for recreation; that he Is worse off
than any other class of skilled or part partly;
ly; partly; skilled labor, white or black.
"i iff '1.70 for twelve hours duty and a
man. by the rules of the company,
-jmust be on duty to get ten hours pay,
:roeans to a married man that his wife
is a slave and his children are ragged,
dirty and hungry, and that when they
get sick, they die, and that they have
no home life because they must herd
together in droves like animals to
make their wages cover the bare cost
of existence. It is bad enough when a
. man la single, but when a man Is mar married,
ried, married, $1.70 wages a day is simply in indescribable.
describable. indescribable. The street car strikers are composed
of at bunch of Florida "cracker" boys,
who have come to the city because
weary of the farm. They make after
.slight training, good policemen and
''firemen. On the cars they have held
t-down the negroes and for this the
f.of thanks. Only last summer when
? mysterious murders were mystifying
the county--and city officials when
'numerous hold-ups were being report
ed, a young lad named Smith and a
conductor on a street car killed a ne negro
gro negro desperado who held him up. Other
evidences of "man" have weekly been
shown by the old force on the cars.
The strikebreakers who were im imported
ported imported were supposed to be regular
"White Hopes," but on Wednesday,
when a great crowd of citizens block blocked
ed blocked the cars, and a lot of children yell yelled
ed yelled threats at them, three showed the
white feather and "beat it" and others
followed. The "rabbit" had 'em.
There was disorder on Wednesday,
due to the Intense sympathy of many
for the strikers. There was some law lawlessness,
lessness, lawlessness, and this was Inexcusable,
and due to some Indiscreet members
of the "army of encouragers."
During all of this excitement when
car windows Were being broken when
the "fighting men" of New York, were
being run by a lot of newsboys and
merry-makers, the strikers were three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of a mile away holding a
peaceable meeting In Central Union
Hall. Not a labor leader was In the
throng because most of them were
either at work or attending the meet meeting
ing meeting of the strikers.
THE JACKSONVILLE STRIKE
People arriving from Jacksonville
say that jthe streetcars are running,
but nobody is riding. The whole city
Is in sympathy with the strikers, and
people prefer walking to patronizing
the cars.
A private auto and carriage service
is In active operation, and Is doing a
good business. Many wealthy men
have loaned their autos for this pur purpose.
pose. purpose. The ladies of Jacksonville have
organised this service. Trominent
among the workers in this cause is
Miss Frances Anderson, an ex-Ocala
girl, and daughter of Mr. H. I Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. Almost the entire force of state
troops twenty-one companies and
over 800 men is In the city.
The street car company continues to
stubbornly refuse to arbitrate. It
submitted last night a proposition, in
which it declared absolutely for the
"open ahop"; refused to reemploy dis discharged
charged discharged men and asserted its intention
to put into effect an Increased wage
scale on January 1. in addition to
agreeing to reinstate In their former
grades of service every one of its for former
mer former employes who are deemed compe competent
tent competent and satisfactory by the manage management,
ment, management, based on their tabulated records
of service. Organizer W. T. Terry,
representing the street railway em employes'
ployes' employes' union, announced that he would
reply at 10 o'clock-thls morning.
Captain Jno. M. Graham of Ocala
commands a provisional battalion,
consisting of his own company, the
Ocala Rifles, the Starke company and
the two Miami companies. This force
centered at the corner of Pay and
Laura streets yesterday and from
that point patrolled the strets in the
vicinity.
Jo In the Saddle
Besides the Infantry, a cavalry troop
was organized, and also patrolled the
district in command of Capt. Joseph
Bell of Ocala.
No demonstration whatever marked

the operation of the cars yesterday.

Governor Gilchrist ha3 been in tae
city for the last two days, and has
done his best to settle the strike
peacefully.
FOUR DAYS OF FIGHTING
Turk and Bulgaria Locked In a
Death Straggle Around Istrandja
Constantinople, Nov. 2. A terrible
battle is now raging around Istrandja
in Thrace. Almost uninterruptedly for
four days and three nights the battle
has proceeded, the moon having af
forded sufficient light at night for
them to continue their fierce on
slaughts against each other.
There was a complete dearth of
news from the front Wednesday and
Thursday and this caused despond
ency and wild rumors of Turkish re
verses. The movements of troops to
the front continues.
Some idea of the desperate nature
of the fighting is gathered from the
fact that more than 5.000 wounded
soldiers arrived in Constantinople last
night.
Istrandja is only fifty miles from
Constantinople, which shows the rapid
advance of the Bulgarians In the last
week.
COMMON DRINKING
CUP KNOCKED OUT
Washington, Nov. 2. Secretary of
the Treasury MacVeagh with one
swoop yesterday abolished the time
honored public drinking cup from rail railroad
road railroad cars, vessels and other convey conveyances
ances conveyances operated in interstate traffic and
from depots and waiting rooms, of
common carriers.
ELECTION IN CIIIA
Havana, Nov. 2. The election of
Gen. Mario Menocal and Enrique Jose
Varona, respectively, candidates for
the presidency and vice presidency of
the republic on the conservative ticket
and of all the other candidates put
forward by the conservatives appear
ed practically assured at midnight
last night.
D. R. McELVEEN
The many friends of Drew R. McEl McEl-veen
veen McEl-veen were shocked to learn of his
death which occurred at Archer Sun
day, where he had gone for medical
treatment, he having been in poor
health for some time. Deceased was
one of the most popular citizens of
the Raleigh section and had a host of
friends throughout the state, and his
sorrowing wife has universal sympa
thy. The body was followed to the
grave at Archer Monday by a large
number of sorrowing friends. Bron
son Times-Democrat.
ZETROUER-McCUMDER
Miss Lizzie McCumber of Cedar Key,
the popular teacher of the Sumner
school, surprised her many friends by
coming to Bronson last Friday with
Mr. Wm. T. Zetrouer, of Gainesville,
and the two were married at the
Methodist parsonage by Rev. G. L. In Ingram.
gram. Ingram. They were accompanied by the
bride's youngest sister, Miss Effle, and
after the ceremony the party was
driven by Mr. Boyd in his auto to a
school near Morriston, where Miss
Gertie McCumber, another sister, is
teaching. Returning the party took
the night train for Cedar Key amid a
shower of rice and best wishes.
Bronson Times-Democrat.
EVINSTON
Evlnston, Nov. 1. Mr. C. J. Grace
spent Wednesday in Gainesville and
heard the Hon. Park Trammell speak.
Mr. and Mrs. Fleming of Georgia,
moved here this week from Georgia.
They have rented the beautiful Can Cannon
non Cannon place.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hester made the
round trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.
Mr. Hester says he missed the street
car service very much.
Mr. and Mrs. Westbrook are rejoic rejoicing
ing rejoicing over the arrival of a little daugh daughter
ter daughter in their home.
Messrs. C. J. Grace and W. P. Shet Shet-tleworth
tleworth Shet-tleworth expect to load the first car of
beans of the season next Thursday.
Mr. H. D. Wood and family motor
ed to Gainesville Friday In their hard
some Overland car. Their son Harry,
who is attending the university, re returned
turned returned with them to spend the week
end.
The people of Evlnston and vicinity
enjoyed an ice cream supper at the
school house last Friday afternoon and
evening. The weather was delightful delightfully
ly delightfully cool but every one enjoyed the oc
casion, especially the young people. A
nice little sum was taken In for the
benefit of the school.
FOR SALE
PIANO FOR SALE Good Instru Instrument
ment Instrument at a bargain. Apply to E. F
Plttman.
FOR SALE 3 mules. 2 wagons and 1
buggy. Dr. R. H. Baskln, Anthony,
Fla. 1025-4tw
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A
good second-hand cooking range. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. G. E. Campbell, 47 South
Third street east.
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
Star office. 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 $430, but we offer it for
$150 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
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
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. 10-24-6t
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.

Ill

That Every Voter Should Mark III
IJaJIot In Favor of the School
Amendment
To the Voters of Florida: On Tues
day, November 5th, at the general
election for county, state and national
officials, you will be called to vote on
two amendments to the constitution of
Florida. One, adding Section 17 to
Vrtiele XII. of the constitution, gives
authority to the state legislature .to
provide for the issuance of bonds bv
special tax school districts whenever
the freeholders of any such district
shall, by majority vote, authorize the
issuance of bonds by such district. The
principle underlying this amendment
is the democratic one of local self
government; your vote in favor of it
will give the people a greater measure
of self government than they have had
before.
The necessity for the educational
amendment Is state-wide. Without it.
it is impossible for special tax school
districts to provide buildings for all
the children by permitting every tax
payer to bear his just share of the ex
pen.se. and it is therefore impossible
for Florida to meet her duty to the
children of all the people and to con
tlnue to offer educational facilities to
all who may come within her borders
The legislature will throw every nec
essary safeguard around the issuance
of school bondo by special tax dis
tricts. No voter need fear he will, un
der the amendment, be called upon to
pay any tax that is not necessary for
the welfare of his own children and
his own community. A vote for the
amendment will help relieve an into!
erable condition in many counties. Let
every good citizen vote for it and
work for it. Signed:
T. F. West.
J. W. Watson.
H. H. Richardson.
R. A. Ellis.
Wm. N. Sheats.
E. S. Mathews.
D. C. McMullen.
L. J. Henderson.
SEEDS, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
FRESn SEEDS
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting,
Among them are turnips, rutabagas.
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty
dings & Company. Ad.
Leave Orders for
RUBBER STAMPS
AT
STAR OFFICE
If A D V Your Household Lin Lin-lUHIili
lUHIili Lin-lUHIili ens. Complete Outfit.
L. E. YONCE,
Ocala - Moridi.
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFICES OVER THE
COMMERCIAL RANK
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
: 'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.
J. E. CHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.
W. G. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
OX A P PLICATION
r! O. BOX 4fl OCALA. FLA
HAVE YOUR CAR PALMED
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCAIIA
FLORIDA
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
11 Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver
C. V. Roberts
Undertaking Office .
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TUESDAY,
NOV. 5.

HELP WANTED
MKX Our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Molber Bar
ber College. Atlanta. Ga.
R. E. YOXGE AGAIN IX
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 26. Respectfully,
Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.
While shopping, stop ana cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; just want your company. Ad
It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
best cough medicine I have ever used,'
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavon-
ia. Fa. "I have used it with all my
children and the results have been
highly satisfactory." or sale by all
dealers. Ad.
People will encourage your fads as
long as you are willing to squander
your money on them.
Your vacation is not complete with'
out a kodak. Gerig's Potofftce Drug
stores, agents. Ad.
A Mitchell, a general merchant near
Bagdad, Ky., writes us: "I think Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills one f 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.
Big Ben. the nation's alarm clock, at
Goldman's.
You can always get a lot for your
money if you patronize a real estate
dealer.
"There could be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My
children were all sick with whooping
cough. One iof them was in bed, had
a high fever and was coughing up
blood. Our floctor gave them Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and the first
dose eased them, 'and three bottles
cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
all dealers. Ad.
Silverware 'cheap at Goldman's Why
Pay More?
Remington hammerless guns for $20
at Goldman's. Why Pay More?
Dan J. Joyce, Sanville, Henry Co.,
Virginia, says: "I took a cold with a
cough which hung on for two years.
Then I commenced using Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound and the cough
finally left me and now I am perfectly
strong and well." Is best for child children
ren children and contains no opiates. For sale
at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Naturally, no actress thinks she is a
star when she is praised to the skies.
A dancing academy Is not necessarily
a hop Joint.
Nothing worries a nagging wife so
much as a husband who won't get
mad.
Huntsville, Ala. W. C. Tollard. a
well known citizen says: "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 cough 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 Drugstore. Ad.
Many a boy has acquired some very
soo habits by not following in the!
footsteps of his father.
'"Field and Stream" for November
has the following items: "Lartre mouth
black bass C. F. Flippen. 12 pounds,
4 ounces; Lester Warned 10'2 pound.-."'
These two fish head the list for the
month of October and should net some
prizes.
As a srirl rows older she become"
wiser and quits wearing so many pins
in the vicinity of her waist line.
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
naturallv. For sale by all dealers. Ad.
oTir k foh imvim; nins
N',iti,e is hereby riven that on
:.t.1 of rifpfmher. A. IX
ne
he
iitv i-.;un -. 'A of the city of Ocala. Mar Mar-inn
inn Mar-inn f.var.ty. Florida, will consider b.i
for tht- jinvir.2 with vitriS-! brick
that portion of Fort Kinz avenue, in
the- city of Oeala. to-wit: Iteinnina
with the intersection of said avenue,
on the wt-n side of Main street. thnce
running we-t to orange street, a dis distance
tance distance of feet and containing approximately-
1636 .iuare yards: al.-o
that portion of South, r Hxpos it ion
street. N-;r:nn;nsr at its iniertcii'm
with tht- east side of "r.ini' strt-et.
thf-n. .- we-t 4fT. feet to Ton I street,
and containing awroximaily 2vf0
,i'.iar vards. Sail bids to be sealed
.md filed with the clerk of the city of
o.-ala at least five days j.rior to above
named meet in of said council: said
bid- : bp made in accordance w-.r.i
sj.e. iricatiuns for such i.avinsc now on
file at th eitv clerk's office in Ocala.
Florida. The. city council reserves the
riirht to reject any and all bids sub sub-m
m sub-m :ted .1. D. Ilobert-on. Mayor.
I: It Carroll. President 'ity Council.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

People of the Fourth Judicial Circuit
Ak 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
lay" always postpones and frequent frequently
ly frequently defeats, the enforcement of legal
rights and the administration of Jus
tice.
The people of Duval, Nassau. Bt.
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 business In tht
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 constitution,
tion, constitution, 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 amendment,
ment, amendment, and further assist a worthy
cause by asking your friends and
neighbors to do likewise.
THE ONLY WAY
Many Oeala CItlsena 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 lrregularitity. dizzi-
I rtAcc fin.l riarvmicnaco mdlra 1 fa f Vaiii
den.
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. Brooks. 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 agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Ad.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour. Ad.
WE WILL MATT. TOU $1
for each set of old False Teeth sent us
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil
ver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
mail.
Phlla. Smelling: A ReFlnlng; Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
S.1 Cheat nnt St., Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTIST?
We will buy your Gold Fillings,
Uolc bcrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. acj
Don't waste money by buying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Damp Dampen
en Dampen a piece of flannel with It and bind
it over the affected parts and it will
relieve the pain and soreness. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
M. C. IZLAR
DENTAL SURGEON
Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, .... FLORIDA
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Roll Top Desk $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
$0.00 Crez Hug (room size) . 4.00
j One Vudor Veranda Screen..
1.75
2.00
;0ne Veranda Swing Seat
One .Mission Parlor Set, Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library Table. . 0.30
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
One Home-made Wardrobe.
Plain but cheap, at only. . 3.75
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $:J to $11.00. Worth doable.
Many other bargains, too.
SMITH'S
Back of Marcus Frank's
"Queen of Sea Routes
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MERCHANTS' & MINERS' TRANS TRANSPORTATION
PORTATION TRANSPORTATION COMPANY STEAM STEAMSHIP
SHIP STEAMSHIP LINES
j From Jacksonville to Savannah, Bal
timore, Philadelphia, Boston
and Irovidence.
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville. Fla.
1 D. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla.
Fine I CoaotvrlM Trip la the World"

A LAW OF

Banking is one ofjthee ssentials, of commer-
ce, fortrade between individuals and nations
would be almost impossible wi hout a system
of banking.
Banks conserve the resources of the coun country,
try, country, and distribute it through the channels of
trade, thereby aiding in the production of ad ad-ditional
ditional ad-ditional wealth.
Bank depositors make this great system
possible, for banks draw their strength from
the people, acting as a medium between thoFe
who have money to loan, aud those who wish
to borrow.
We pay 4 per cent on time deposits and
loans at prevailing rates.
We Invite Your Business.
THE MUNR0E & CHAMBLISS BANK
Ocala, Florida

Call up Phone 300 and Let

PLUBVil

AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work In Our Lines
An we employ noir bat expert r e are la poaltlon to mi "n lee fT fT-ery
ery fT-ery pleee of work we eonatmef to aland the Inspection of the moat
rlicld Inspector. It eoata nothing; to act oar Harare, and yon are the
winner, whether we aeeure the eon tract or not. Give an a trial.
M. W. TUCKER

FORT KING BLOCK

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

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LORETTO (Near Mardarin) FLORIDA
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, LORETTO, FLORIDA.

STARKE WILL EXTERTAIX
THE WHITE IlIIlBOXEIli
OfArlal Call for the Twenty-Math Aa-
nual Convention of the Florida
W. C. T. U.
Starke will entertain the state con
vention November 1215, 1912, and is
making: every possible plan to make
thla 29th convention the most valua
ble of all. Will you not see that your
union 1 well represented?
The state officers and state superin
tendents are delegates by virtue of of office.
fice. office. The general officers of local
unions are delegates without election.
In addition to them every union that
has paid state dues is entitled to one
delegate. Those that have paid for
over twenty members, may send two
delegates; if over forty, three dele delegates.
gates. delegates. Starke wants a large delegation. The
state workers are very anxious that
every union be represented by two or
more delegates. A fine program is be being
ing being prepared come to enjoy it and
your union will be so much the better
equipped for another, year's service.
You are expected to reach Starke
Tuesday evening, Nov. 12th. The first
meeting is at 7:30. Write Mrs. F. A.
Scott names of delegates Just as soon
as you can. Minnie E. Neal, Pres.
Mabel P. Dean. Rec. S c'y.
OXLY A FIRE HERO
but the crowd cheered, as, with burn burned
ed burned hands, he held up a small round
box. 'Fellows:, he shouted, -this
Eucklen's Arnica Falve I hold, has ev
erything beat for burns." Right! also
for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, ec
zema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues inflammation.
kills pain. Only 25 cents at Tydlngs
& Company. Ad.
"Oh, you Dearie! I am proud of the
diamond ring you bought for me at
Goldman's and then It Is so cheap;
don't fail to go there when shopping
for Christmas gifts." Real family con conversation
versation conversation heard by the writer. Why
ray More?
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 sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydlngs & Co. Ad.

COMMERCE

ns Give an Estimate on Vonr
OCALA, FLOItlDA
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OLLIE SIORDIS MARKET OPISX
The market formerly known as the
Ollle Mordls 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. OLUE MORDIS.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia,
When you are sick and need a physi physician,
cian, physician, remember that anything he or orders
ders orders will be sure VUi compounded In
the right way at the Court Pharmacy.
Ad. V
OCALA LODGE 50 2H9, ft. P. I E.
Ocala Lodge No. 288, 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.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
vork for tje money than any other
oTitrartor m t tir
Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULT
Giv prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of tb
BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AOED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
MAY! HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. JL DsHi, WashiBRton St., Co&nenrrilU,
lad., is in hit tith year, lie writes ns: "I hivi
Uulr offered mac from my kidney nd blad
der I bad severe bark tcljt aud my kidny actios
as too freqnent, cin1r r tn9 to lose ranch sleep
at nifht, and in my bladder there was constant
vain. I took Folay Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and rain ablate
be np and aronnd. Foley kidney Vulm have soj
kiAMt raeommeadalion.
Fr Sal ty Aatl-Meilx Drwatro

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912

5. Mrads From a Mary

But-

Tee Plan Works,

Yet I am not sat-

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

is fled with the results.
I had laid by almost ten dollars, saved from my last month's pay. I kept
it in the bureau drawer. It was too handy there. Three different times have
I taken some amount for Immediate use. I see now it was spent foolishly.
There is leas than five dollars left. I must save that.
THE WAY TO SAVEHAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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EAUTDFUL BEDS

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

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

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OYSTER MPPKR
TIIl'KDAY EVENING

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Ad.

Big Ben, the nation's alarm clock, at
Goldman's.

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

Silverware cheap at Goldman's Why
ray Mori?

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

Victor graphophone for $3 at Gold Goldman's
man's Goldman's Why Pay More?
Mr. Bob Sanders of Dunnellon was in
the city last night.

Mr. James Enge.-ser and Mr. Hardee
are on the sick list.

Unredeemed 21 -jewel Waltham for
$20 at Goldman's. Why Pay More?

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

Mr. J. V. Tarver, auditor for the
Ocala Northern Railway, is ill in bed
today.

Mr. J. B. Malloy of Anthony has
bought an E. M. F. car from Mr. A. G.

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and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerig's Postofice Drugstores. Ad.

Mr. and Mrs. Gf A. Carmiehael and

vMiss Edna Culverhouse returned home

,'AUoday.

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Atlanta, where ha will be for several

voays, attending tonmportant business.

Mr. J. W. Dodae, a well known bus business
iness business man of Ocala, is in the city on a
visit to h's family. Times-Union.

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

II a ( om ml It re of the Woman's Club
to Help on Needed Ilolldlas
There will be an oyster supper in
the Woman's Club rooms Nov. 7th.
from L:"o to 10 o'clock, given by one of
the buildins committees of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club composed of the following
ladies. Mrs. H. C. Dozier. Mrs. Jake
Brown, Miss Weathers, Mrs. Goin. Mrs.
W. D. Cam, Mrs. M. A. Home, Mrs.
Seymour. Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Hel Hel-venston.
venston. Hel-venston. Mrs. E. E. Robinson. Mrs.
Wolff, Mrs. A. E. Gerig. Mrs. Groves.
Mrs. Muncaster. Mrs. E. W. Davis. Mrs.
A. E. Burnet:. Mrs. Perdue. Mrs.
Kramer.
Take your supper with the ladies,
have a pleasant evening and help a
worthy cause.

THE FOOTBALL GAME

The members of ihm Duval High
School team arrived on the Seaboard
train at 1:05. They are a fine-looking
set of boys anJ will probably put up a
dashing game. The teams are lining
up on the gridiron as the Star goes to
press. A ood-sized crowd is in attendance.

FINE SHOW AT THE AIR DOME

Spring Log Drive. Taken from the
real work that is done in the woods of
Maine at the big lumber camps.
In the North Woods. A Biograph
picture that is beautiful beyond com comparison.
parison. comparison. The Over-Worked Bookkeeper. A
comic that means a laugh every min minute
ute minute it is on the curtain.

It is evident that the ladies of Ocala
are very anxious for the school amend amendment
ment amendment to the constitution to win. It 's
for an entirely good purpose and will
insure Ocala having a much needed
histh school building. So don't forget
to vote for it Tuesday.

The Tresbyterian embroidery circle
will meet at 3 o'clock Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon with Miss Bessie MacKay.

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

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

Mrs. Leon Griggs and children of Ox-

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THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR

THE FLORIDA
CENTRAL LAND CO,
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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.

,ford are speneding a few days with

YMrs. Griggs' sisters, Mrs. P.. F. Bor Bor-X,jden
X,jden Bor-X,jden and Mrs. A. P. Gilmore.
V 200 vinredeemed watches from an
Ingersoll up to a Howard railroad
i watch, for sale at Goldman's. Why
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5, winning much favor by his fine sing sing-yjing.
yjing. sing-yjing. The Ideal was packed last night
Yland the pictures were first rate.

The music will be an attraction ati
the morning and evening service at the
Baptist church tomorrow. The choirf
will be assisted by Mr. Charles Crai
of Jacksonville, who is tenor soloist ill
St. Johns church in that city. In thi
morning Mr. Craig will sing the beaur

tiful solo. "Fear Ye Not O Israel." by

Dudley Buck and a duet. "Thy Will be

Done" with Miss Porter. In the eve evening
ning evening he will sing, "A Dream of Para Paradise."
dise." Paradise." The regular quartet will also
sing an anthem, "Beyond the Smiling
and the Weeping."

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Presbyterian
Pastor. Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
&:4G a. m. Sjnday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. The Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. 7:20 p. m. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to the
public.
Christian
(W. H. Coleman. Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Convention echoes.
7 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Doctrine in Form."
No meeting of the Junior C. E. will
be held tomorrow as the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent cannot attend.
Everybody .welcome.
Baptist
Bunyan Stephens, Tastor
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
There were 216 present last Sunday.
Will you make it one more tomorrow?
11 a. m. Preaching service. Topic,
"Christ Manifests His Glory."
Communion at close of the preaching
service.
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:43 p. m. Senior Union.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Subject. "The Means of Salvation."
The hour for the Wednesday eve evening
ning evening prayer service has been changed
to 7 o'clock, but the Sunday evening
service remains at 7:30.
A hearty welcome to all.

Miss Marie von Engelken entertain entertained
ed entertained this afternoon at an informal five five-table
table five-table bridge whist party. California
daisies were prettily placed about the
rooms, and a two-course buffet lunch luncheon
eon luncheon was served. The following young
ladies were present: Misses Bettie
Wray Mclver, Alice Bullock, Eugenia
Fuller. Josie Bullock, Annie Atkinson,
Hester Dewey, Annie Davis, Clara
Johnson. Mary Burford, Bessie Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Kathleen Jackson, Dorothy
Hchreiber, Gertie Peyser. Rosebud
Robinson, Cecile Downs, Anna Mc McDowell,
Dowell, McDowell, Mary McDowell. Ophelia Saw Saw-tell,
tell, Saw-tell, Lois Ellis and Mrs. Leon Fishel.

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Mr. V. E. Eldred. he painter and inJ
terior decorator, has completed hist

job of working ovr the interior of
fhe big Methodist ourch building.
The church will be a pleSing surprise
to the congregation toiorow morn morning
ing morning when they gather fbrAvorship, for
it is certainly very pretty inside. The
walls are finished in sky blue and the
wood work, which is curly pine, has
been finished in natural colors. The
floor, which is one of the most beau beautiful
tiful beautiful in the city, has been thoroughly
cleaned and worked over in a way
that brings out its natural beauty to
the best advantage. The seats, pews.

pulpit, altar rail, etchave all be

re-finished, f Mr. Eldred is justly proud
6f the work and the members of the
church cannot help being pleased
with it.
When the Methodist church was
built over twenty years ago, Rev. J. B.
Ley, the present pastor, was the pas pastor
tor pastor here and superintended the erec erection
tion erection of the church as he did the new
parsonaee. Mr. Ley personally In Inspected
spected Inspected every piece of lumber that
went into the church and only the
choicest heart was used, and in those
days you could get the best. The
church paid from $8 in the rough to
$16 per thousand feet for the wains wains-coating
coating wains-coating and ceiling. Compare those
prices with those of today.

Mil. ( l,AHKSO.:S.SEW HOME

Unredeemed 21-jewe1 Waltham for
$20 at Goldman's. Why Pay More?

Miss Lucy Hagood Ford and Miss
Frances Starr of this city are visiting
Gainesville this week as guests of
Mrs. H. H. McCreary. Times-Union.

Ivl Mrs. F.

.ui x vj. u. ttcriue. v iilf i. visiting
T her son, Prof. Kafrl M'eihe and wife
X in Jacksonville, racied there just in
time to take the vepr last car that
J Tan out on the line where they live.

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For first class automobile service
by tbe trip, liour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.

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Today's Times-Union contains a

landsome picture pf James Maxey, the

bright little five-yojar-old son of Mr.

nd Mtf. James MaJcey Dell of Gaines-

le.

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

200 unredeemed watches from an
Inyersoll up to a Howard railroad
watch, for sale at Goldman's. Why
Pay More?

The Air Dome had a fine historical
bject in "The Queen's Tity" last

night. "Two Old Dogs" was a side

splitter and the drama, "The Double

JL Danger" enthralled everybody.

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f r ine weatner is oooi ana bracing to

A day, the streets are thronged with

c li r t Tint" r-i 1 i r A T M r, i rt t r I n il

yhsily lively appearance.

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The flag over the postoffice is half half-masted
masted half-masted today, in respect to the mem mem-orv
orv mem-orv of VIrp President Sherman, whose

Si funeral took Dlace in his home citv of

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At the Cnristian church tomorrow
the pastor will have more to say about
the international convention, which he
attended two weeks ago. The public
will be welcome.

"Oli. you Dearie! I am proud of the
diamond ring you bought for me at
Goldman's and then it is so cheap;
don't fail to go there when shopping
for Christmas gifts." Real family con conversation
versation conversation heard by the writer. Why
Pay More?

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rivers passed

through this city on Monday en route
".Alto Ocala from Havana. Cuba. where

they have been on their wedding trip.

I Mrs. Rivers was Miss Lucile Moore of
i Ocala. Times-Union.

Miss Mary Hafile. who has for .i
number of ye irs resided in Baltimore,

PRICES
What Arc You Paying?

Iilue Ribbon Lemon and Yanila
Extract, two 10c bottles for. ,13c
Regular 25c. size for 20c
Large Pail Snowdrift $1.23
Medium 1'ail Snowdrift 50c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue lien Matches per pkg 15c
G Cakes Expost Borax Soap. . .23c
Baker's or Iluyler's Chocolate (
per pound 35c

3 Cans Van Camp's Beans

Van Camp's lied Kidney Beans
per can 10c

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

Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . ,10c

rit )tm.

is making an extended
mother and brother on
Rroiison Times-Democrat

visit to her
tlie lake.

Mrs

Adele,
lives

C. L. Rittinaer and daughter
who have'Wen visiting rela rela-in
in rela-in Plymoutn. Mass., for the past

six weeks. tfince leaving Martha's
Vineyard, hnye srne to Raltini.jre via
the Merchants ajjd Miners Steamship
Co.. wTiere tey" will remain tor ten
davs while thev visit relatives there

and in Philadelphia, and Miss A.lele
will go to Lynchburg to visit some col college
lege college friends at Randolph-Macon.

Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
SEE WINDOW
Ao Eo IBMETir
THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

JCotice the card of Dr. Carlisle Izlar
in this issue. Dr. Izlar's dental office
will be open Monda morning, Nov. 4.
He has fitted up haidsome offices with
all modern equipru'ent in the Law Li Library
brary Library building. West of the square.
T !!P ."i !l"fTTkes io see" 0"caTas young
Irofessional men, when equipped for
their life's work, give their home com community
munity community the benefit of their knowledge
instead of going to other cities to

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. Lipton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .22c
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser 25c
Pounds Sugar $.1.00
14 Pounds Whole Rice $.100
Old Ct.ui.try Blend Tea, per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil 0c
Bulk Oatmeal per pound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
O Cans Karo Syrup 55c
Hoin Vinenar. ier gallon 35c

. ,30c
. .'.55c
. .50c
.$1.00
. $3.Tj
. . 50c
.$1.00
.$1.95
.$3.70

Work on Mr. H. U. Clarkson's ner

home has commenced. The founda foundations
tions foundations have been,lafdn the site of the
old home, which y4is sold and moved
across the streety Mr. Clarkson has a
lovely lot and the new residence on it
will be a creditable one.

MM. MU.EVRK TO III ILI

Mr. Joseph Maleverf who bought a
lot on oklawahA aterjue a few months
ago. is having estimates made on the
erection of a handsome new .home.---"'

MIIS. MORRISON'S HOME IH'IIXED

Morrison, Nov. 2. The residence of
Mrs. D. R. Morrison caught fire at 12
o'clock tonight and was entirely en enveloped
veloped enveloped in flames about fifteen minutes
after catching. There were no lights
burning in the house when it caught.
Mrs. Morrison had Just left for North
Carolina on a visit and left Mr. 'Miller
in charge. Her chauffeur discovered
the fire on entering the house as he
was returning from a basket party
just across the railroad. The only
thing saved was Mrs. Morrison's auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. The house was partly cover covered
ed covered with insurance. The house and
furniture loss is valued at about
$7.000. Times-Union.
A phone message from Morriston to today
day today says the loss of Mrs. Flora Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay Morrison's fine home is total,
nothing being saved ut two chairs.
The house had" just been refurnished,
and a specially heavyloss was the fine
library. Mrs Morrison left yesterday
for Carolina,' and ipe first she knew
of the fire was then she saw the
above dispatch in the paper this morn morning.
ing. morning. She went on her. journey, never-,
theless. f Mrs. Morri.on has many

Ntriends in Ocala, who deeply regret

her loss.

WEATIIEB HEPOBT

Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 70 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 87 degrees.
Average, 76 degrees.

WEATHER FORECAST

Fair tonight and Sunday, colder in
peninsula tonight, light frost north northwest
west northwest portions.

TAXKS AHK NOW DI K

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jlrih Potatoes, per peck....
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour..

practice.

Victor sraphophone for
man's Why Pav More?

at Gold-

A HALF MILLION CABBAGE
plants now ready for setting. For
further information, address, N.
Price, Gainesville, Fla.

Remington hammeriess e-ur.s for ?20

! 12-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour.

21-lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour.
Half Barrel Pilsbury Flour
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour
90 llw. Henry Clay Flour

Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
12 lbs. Bob White Flour 45c

21 h Bob White Flour 85c
00 lbs. Bob White Flour $3.35
Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$0.50
CARN-THOHAS GO.

The tax books are now open for the
payment of H12 state and county
taxes. The taxes are $.40 higher this
year on each ?1C0 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 per cent discount in
December. Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
Tax Collector.

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.
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CAPITAL FtJLLT PAID I!f ITMM
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MIERT MlIC iLE

Commencing Monday morning'. Nov.
4th. I will start a ten days' sale of
sheet music. All th sheet music in the
house, the latest and most popular
classic, raz-time, etc.. will be sold for
10 cents a copy. B. F. Condon. 10-31 tf

DR. W. K. LAXB

tpecfallttt Eye, Ear, Xoe and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg. Ocala. Ad.

SLE OP SHEET MPSIC
At our .sale of sheet music to start
Monday, November 4th. the latest and
mo-t popular sheet music, retailing at
from 2j to 73 cents a copy, will be sold
for 10 cents a copy. Nothing reserved.
Come in and make your selections
early. Bi'-r. r.ew stock will follow when
this is soli. n. F. Condon. 10-31-tf

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

Phone 117

Ocala. Fla.

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OCAJLA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912

HORSES AND MJIES

I am keeping at my
West Exposition Street
court honsn RfiiiM.iv
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First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur pur-poses,
poses, pur-poses, 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.
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Call at the Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
it it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
M. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

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The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
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RATES

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Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.

1913 HIT DELS
OF THE

Following the "14 Important Im Improvements"
provements" Improvements" of 1912, the Hendee Mfg.
Company announce no less than a doz dozen
en dozen additional new features in their
1913 model of the Indian Motorcycle.
By far the most significant feature
of the new machine is the Cradle
Spring Frame. It is something entire entirely
ly entirely new, a radical departure from the
conventional bicycle and recent motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle systems of "springing." Briefly,
the new device consists of the appli application
cation application to the rear wheel of the Indian
Cradle Spring device as used on the
front fork for the past three years.
Extending back horizontally from
the frame Joint cluster under the sad saddle,
dle, saddle, flanking the rear mud guard are
two 7-leaf Chrone Vanadium steel
springs. The "C" shaped curls at the
rear end of these springs are connect connected
ed connected by stays to bell-cranks on which
the rear axle is hung. The forward
end of the rear fork has a hinge Joint
which enables the rear wheel to yield
to Imperfections of road surface. All
shocks are completely absorbed by the
leaf springs. The rear wheel can go
through almost any vertical motion
without affecting the body of the ma

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Sales Hani and Lot, on
three blocks west of the

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Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
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chine. There is no "bottom" to this
spring device. The life of the machine
I greatly increased.
The Engineering Department of the
Hendee Mfg. Co. devoted 18 months of
exhaustive test to the Cradle Spring
Frame before finally decldi ig on its
adoption for all models of the 1913 In Indian.
dian. Indian. In addition to the Cradle Spring
Frame, the 1913 Indian embodies 10
other important improvements which
will be appreciated by motorcycle rid riders
ers riders in general. Prices remain the same
as last year.
New style, single clinch rims; larger
tires, wider mud guards front and
rear with larger splashes; casing for
upper stretch of transmission chain
and curve of sproket; larger luggage
carrier in rear, fitted to all models;
foot rests, as well as pedals, fitted to
regular 4 h. p. and 7 h. p. models; foot
brake lever fitted on left side now
operates band brake as well as the
pedal action; larger size multiple disc
clutch now fitted to all models alike;
improved Indian type saddle.
All 1913 Indians will be chain driv driven
en driven and finished in red only.

III 1 EE

Of the Democratic Parly sad Be Care Care-fal
fal Care-fal that Yea Do Not Tote 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
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. L. Coryell.
E. N. Waldron.
J. G. Boydston.
Milton A. Smith.
Republican
G. B. Patterson.
S. W. Rowley.
Lynn Kilbourne.
I. E. "Webster.
Albert Oberdorfer.
Joseph IL Frisk.
Proirreaatve
Wm. C. Richardson.
J. A. Trovllllon.
Geo. P. Wentworth.
Philip D. Beall.
J. E. Merrill.
T. T. Munroe.
Socialist
C. C. Allen.
G. W. Cox.
A. G. Hotchklss.
E. D. Barker.
Wm. Tournade.
J. A. Gray.
For each of the following offices only
one candidate is to be voted for:
Governor
Park Trammell. Democrat.
J. W. Blgham. Prohlbtlon.
Wm. R. O'Neal. Republican.
Wm. C. Hodges. Progressive.
Thos. W. Cox. Socialist.
Secretary of State
II. Clay Crawford. Democrat.
Z. T. Bielby. Republican.
Lewis Otto. Progressive.
Fred L. Pattlson. 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. Pettlgrew. 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. Plea3. Republican.
F. Carbonnell. Progressive.
C. F. Schneider. Socialist.
Confer eKman-at-L.arge
Claude L'Engle. Democrat.
Geo. W. Allen. Republican.
F. P. Coffin. Prohibitionist.
E. R. Gunby. Progressive.
A. N. Jackson. Socialist.
Conjrreaman, First District
S. M. Sparkman. Democrat.
G. W. Bean. Republican.
C. C. Allen. Socialist.
BYRD-PniNNET
Raleigh, Oct. 31. Quite a pretty
home wedding took place Sunday
morning at 9 o'clock at the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Maggie E.
Phlnney, when Mr. William Perry
Byrd and Miss Mary Phinney were
united In marriage.
The bridal party entered the beau
tifully decorated parlor in the follow following
ing following manner: Mr. James Whitehurst
and Mr. Charlie Phlnney passed under
a lovely arch of white roses, vines and
ferns, followed by Miss Mary McDonald
and Miss Gladys Limbaugh, turning to
the left. Then came the groom, Mr.
W. P. Byrd, with his best man. Mr.
Earl Mathews, after which came the
bride, Miss Mary Phinney and maid of
honor. Miss Olive Phlnney.
The bride and groom stood in the
arch Just under a beautiful bell of
white roses, where Rev. Beers of Wil Williston,
liston, Williston, performed the ceremony. Imme Immediately
diately Immediately after which the bride and
groom left midst a shower of rice and
roses for Micanopy, where they took
the train for northern points of In Interest.
terest. Interest. The bride was beautifully attired In
pearl colored satin, with elaborate sil silver
ver silver trimmings to match, and carried a
silver basket filled with bride's roses,
valley lilies and asparagus ferns. The
maid of honor, Miss Olive Phinney,
sister of the bride, looked lovely In a
dainty dress of light blue messaline.
embelished in hand embroidery and
real lace and carried a beautiful white
basket filled with Louis Napoleon
roses. Miss Gladys Limbaugh was ex exquisitely
quisitely exquisitely gowned in pink silk with
trimmings of real lace and carried a
basket of pink roses and carnations.
Miss Mary McDonald was handsomely
gowned in navy blue messaline trim
med with gold banding and carried a
white basket filled with pink roses
The parlor was beautifully decorated
in potted plants and ferns. The colors
green and white, were used exclusive
ly.
The bride's going away gown was a
tailor made suit of tan with hat. shoes
and gloves to match.
Miss Thinney is a daughter of the
late Capt. Dunlap Phinney. so well
and favorably known during recon
structlon days. The groom is a young
and prosperous business man of Gra
ham, Fla.
As the guests passed out they were
presented by Mrs. E. F. Bruton. sister
of the bride, with a package of cake
wrapped In a white Japanese napkin,
tied with green ribbon. The young
couple were the recipients of many
useful and valuable presents.

Your Grocer Knows
We Know
and t want ou to know th.it
WHITE CLOVER FLOUR
IS BETTER
And it will be tin easier mrmor
in the world to convince u of the
tct and it i a l.ict. it you will but
give it a tri.il.
Fully irujr.intt-id by both your
JCrocer and ourselves.
"K0UR CROCER OAS II"
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota. Oct. 30. Mr. Cedric
Smith returned last Monday from a
visit to Ocala and Dunnellon.
The cemetery working on last Wed
nesday at the Baptist cemetery was
well attended and the grounds all
nicely cleaned off.
Quite a party consisting of Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Smith and children, Mr
and Mrs. .1. W. Bradley and daughter,
Lucile. Mr. L M. Smith. Miss Theora
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Smith and Messrs
Cedric. Clarence and Napoleon Smith
all spent last Friday at Williston the
guests of Mrs. It. C. Epperson. The
young, men of the party played ball,
Wacahoota and Williston. the game
resulting in favor of Williston.
Mrs. C. II. Curry and daughter,
Thelma were week end visitors to
Gainesville.
Miss Laura Kemp spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents at
Juliette.
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. P. Smith were
guests of Col. and Mrs. J. J. Barr of
Micanopy Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. Ensminger held services at the
Baptist church on Sunday afternoon.
Quite a nice crowd was xresent.
Mr. B. F. Long of Michigan arrived
today and will spend the winter at Mr.
W. P. Smith's. Mr. Lons's many
friends are glad to have him with
them again.
ASTHMA
CATARRH
CURED
Expert Medical Scientists Announce
Startling; Results Obtained
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New YorK Thousands are taking
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by the Woodworth Co., 1161 Broadway,
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free of charge to all who write for It.
It is curing thousands of the most
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ence difference how long you have been suffer suffering
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ditions conditions are where you live. Senpine
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If you have experimented with oth other
er other treatments and have failed to find
a cure do not be discouraged but send
for a trial of this wonderful truly mer meritorious
itorious meritorious remedy which is a scientific
compound discovered by a professor
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION Ft HI TAX
Deed I nder ectln s of Chapter
4SSS, .aVM of Florida.
Notice is hereby aiven that II. Light Light-foot,
foot, Light-foot, purchaser of tax certificate No.
671. dated the 6th day of June. A. 1).
'J0. has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county. Florida. t-vit: N'2
of ne'i of se'i of se1 sec tp 17 s
r 26 e 5 acres. The sai l land being
assessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificate in the name of un unknown.
known. unknown. I'nless said certificate shall
be redeemed according to law. tax
deed will issue thereon on the
5th day of December, A. D. 1012
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 1st dav of November. A.
I). 1912. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion ('. Fla.
AVE CAN SUPPLA VOL WITH
PURE ICE
For All Iurpoes, Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA
WHITE STAK TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
PHONE 290.
Jaggage. Freight, Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

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For President
VVOODROW WILSON
For Vice President
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
Presidential Electors
JEFFERSON B. BROWNE
J. FRED DeBERRY
CHAS. E. JONES
W. CHIPLEY JONES
LELAND J. HENDERSON
H. C. SPARKMAN
Congressman, State-at-Larare
CLAUDE L'ENGLE
Congressman First District
S. M. SPARKMAN
Governor
PARK TRAMMELL
Secretary of State
H. 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. LIGHT
EDWIN SPENCER, JR.
For County Judge
W. E. SMITH
For Sheriff
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
For Clerk of the Circuit Court
PERRY H. NUGENT
For Tax Assessor
ALFRED AYER
For Tax Collector
W. L. COLBERT
For Superintendent of Schools
J. H. BRINSON
For Treasurer
JOHN M. GRAHAM
For Commissioner, District 1
C. CARMICHAEL
For Commissioner, District 2
D. G. W ATKINS
For Commissioner, District 3
NATHAN MAYO
For Commissioner, District 4
W. T. HENDERSON
For Commissioner, District 5
WALTER LUFFMAN
For School Commissioner, District 1
W. D. CARN
For School Commissioner, District 2
J S. GRANTHAM
For School Commissioner, District 3
B. R. BLITCH
For County Surveyor
W. A. MOORHEAD
A WOMAN'S APPEAJj
To all knowing sufferers of rheuma rheumatism,
tism, rheumatism, whether muscular or of the
Joints sciatalca, lumbagos, backache,
pains in the kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to write to her for a home treat treatment
ment treatment which has repeatedly cured all
of these tortures. She feels It her duty
to send it to all sufferers free. Yon
cure yourself at home as thousands
will testify no change of climate be being
ing being necessary. This simple discovery
banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened Joints, purifies
the blood, and brightens the eyes, giv giving
ing giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above interests you, for
proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box
R, South Bend, Ind. 81.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the
circuit court in and for Marion county,
Florida, dated the 30th day of August,
A. D. 1912. in a certain cause wherein
11. C. Groves, doing business as the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, is plaintiff,
and Ii. II. Sanders is defendant, I have
levied on and will on
.Monday, the 2nd day of December, A.
D. 1912
the same being a legal sales day, offer
for sale at the west door of the court
house in Ocala, Florida, during the
legal hours of sale, and sell the same
to the highest and best bidder for cash
the following described personal prop prop-ertv.
ertv. prop-ertv. to-wit: One bay horse, buggy and
harness. Sold to satisfy said execu execution
tion execution and all costs of court.
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff. Marion County, Florida.
If. M. Hampton. Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE
Of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that on the
12th day of February, A. D. 1913
the undersigned will present my ac accounts
counts accounts and vouchers to the Judge of
probate in and for Marion county.
Florida, at his office in Ocala. and
will make my final settlement and will
apply for discharge.
This 5th day of August. A. D. 1912.
Kate B. Howell,
As Administratrix of Adalade B. Chl Chl-som.
som. Chl-som. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L Barber.
Jecea.-ed. to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
vea from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Etate of Albert L
Barber. Deceased.
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 30. 1912.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that F. J.
Webb, as guardian of the estate of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on the
31st day of March, 1913
file with the county Judge of Marlon
countv. Florida, his final report and
accounts as guardian of the estate of
the said Caleb H. Heath, a minor, and
apply to said county Judge for ap approval
proval approval thereof and for his discharge as
sruardian of said estate. F. J. Webb.
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb H.
Heath.
Titusville, Fla.. August 24, 1912.
OTICE OF ADOPTION
Notice is herebv given that on the
25th dav of October. A. I. 1912. the
undersigned will apply to the Honora Honorable
ble Honorable W. S. Bullock. jude of the circuit
court of the fifth judicial circuit of
Florida, in and for Marion county, at
his office in Ocala. Florida, to legalize
the adoption of one T. P. Lloyd Hill, a
minor child of Agnes Hill, by the un un-lersisned.
lersisned. un-lersisned. In the event of the absence of the
sail judcre or in the event of other
business of said Judge shall prevent
the hearing of sail application at the
time designated, the same will be
presented as soon thereafter as the
same mav be heard. Acnes Lloyd.
This September 21st, 1912.

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NOTICE OF INCORPORATION'

To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that we, the
undersigned, shall apply to His Ex Excellency,
cellency, Excellency, the governor of the state of
Florida, at his office in Tallahassee, on
the 3rd day of December. A. D. 1912,
for letters patent Incorporating us,
our associates and successors, into a
body politic and corporate. In deed
and In law, by the name, for the pur purpose
pose purpose and upon the terms set forth in
our charter, which is now on file in
the office of the secretary of state, at
Tallahassee, and a copy of which is
below set out as a part of this notice.
This the 31st day of October, A. D.
1912.
A. C. Blowers.
H. Cramer.
Geo. A. Blowers.
CHARTER OF THE R LOWERS LIME
AM) PHOSPHATE COMPANY
The undersigned. A. C. Blowers.
George A. Blowers and Hiram Cramer,
do hereby associate themselves to together
gether together for the purpose of becoming
incorporated and transacting divers
businesses as a corporation for profit,
under the laws of the state of Florida;
and do hereby adopt the following as
the charter of such corporation:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall
be BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE
COMPANY, and its place of business
shall be at the city of St. Petersburg,
in Pinellas county. Florida, and Ocala.
in Marion county, Florida. with
branch offices or places of business at
such other points as may, from time
to time, become necessary or conven convenient,
ient, convenient, to be fixed in the by-laws of the
corporation.
ARTICLE II.
This corporation proposes, and is
empowered, to transact the following
businesses:
!. To acquire, by lease or pur purchase,
chase, purchase, lime and phosphate lands, to
develop same, and to sell the products
thereof, as well as the lands or lease leaseholds
holds leaseholds so acquired.
2. To manufacture brick, lime and
cement. commercial fertiliser and
kindred products; to acquire, own and
operate all necessary machinery for
such purposes; and to sell said pro products,
ducts, products, as well as said machinery.
3. To engage generally in the man manufacture,
ufacture, manufacture, buying and selling of the
above mentioned products, including
concrete blocks for building, paving or
other purposes, and all by-products
thereof.
4. To deal in any and all kinds of
real estate, by purchasing, holding, im improving,
proving, improving, letting to rent, developing
and selling same, or nroducts there
from, and by doing any and all things
incident to such business.
5. To deal in any and all kinds of
personal property, by buying, holding,
letting to hire, and selling same. In Including
cluding Including live stock, farm implements,
machinery, vehicles, automobiles, bi bicycles,
cycles, bicycles, motorcycles and other per personal
sonal personal property.
6. To lay out, equip, conduct and
control, on lands it may own or lease
ror the purpose, amusement and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure resorts, with power to sell and
grant concessions thereon for refresh refreshment
ment refreshment stands, lunch-rooms and other
accessories to such, places.
7. To do a general lumber business,
owning and operating lumber mills
and lumber yards, manufacturing,
buying and selling any and all kinds
of lumber and building material pro produced
duced produced therefrom.
8. To acquire, own and operate
electric plants and gas plants, manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing and selling gas and elec electricity
tricity electricity for lighting, heating, power
and other purposes, and constructing
lines, pipes and conduits for the trans transmission
mission transmission thereof: and selling all by byproducts
products byproducts of such plants.
9. To own and operate boat lines,
steamboats, steamships, sailing vessels
and all kinds of water craft, and the
docks, harbors, wharves, piers and
shipyards connected therewith.
10. To conduct general merchandise
and comlssary stores, buying and
selling, by wholesale and retail, im importing
porting importing and exporting, all kinds of
goods, wares, merchandise, groceries,
drugs, chemicals, foods, feed stuffs,
fruits, vegetables, farm products, farm
implements, fertilizers, and all other
merchantable commodities
11. To purchase, invest In and sell
stocks, promissory notes, bills of ex exchange,
change, exchange, bonds and mortgages or other
securities; and to loan money on real
estate mortgage, chattel mortgage or
other security.
12. To acquire, conduct and con control,
trol, control, or rent out, hotels, restaurants,
cafes. boarding houses, rooming
houses, apartment houses, store houses,
garages, livery and feed stables.
13. To acquire, own and cultivate
farms, truck gardens and citrus fruit
groves, and to sell or otherwise dis dispose
pose dispose of the products thereof, and the
property so acquired.
14. To conduct a general real estate
and rental agency, acting as the agent
or broker of others in buying or sell selling,
ing, selling, renting or letting to rent, any
and all kinds of real property; in col collecting
lecting collecting purchase money or rentals on
such real property: in procuring ten tenants
ants tenants for any such property; and In
managing generally all such proper properties
ties properties with power on the part of the
corporation to guarantee the income
or rents of the said property for any
given period.
15. To conduct a general loan
agency, acting as the agent or borrow borrower
er borrower or lender in procuring and placing
loans on real estate, chattel or other
security, with power to guarantee the
title and sufficiency of the security of offered.
fered. offered. 16. To conduct a general insurance
agency, acting as agent of any com company
pany company engaged in the business of
writing any of the following classes
of insurance, to-wit: fire, life, acci accident,
dent, accident, health, tornado, automobile,
burglary and plate glass.
17. To conduct a general advertis advertising
ing advertising agency, acting as agent for any
one in contracting for advertising
space in newspapers, magazines, pe periodicals,
riodicals, periodicals, pamphlets and catalogues;
and in preparing such advertising
matter, furnishing same to the pub publisher,
lisher, publisher, and in superintending the pub publication
lication publication thereof.
18. To conduct a general employ employment
ment employment agency, acting as the agent of
any one seeking employment or seek seeking
ing seeking to employ help or labor.
19. To own. conduct and sell dairies
and dairy products, of any and all
kinds.
20. To own and operate coal mines,
coal yards and wood yards; and to buy
and sell coal and wood for fuel and
other purposes.
21. To develop and operate and sell
oil wells nd salt wells: and to sell
the output thereof in the crude or
manufactured state.
22. To -own and operate, by steam
or other power, any and all kinds of
mills for the grinding of wneat. corn,
sugar-cane, stone or other thing, on
behalf of the corporation, or others
for a compensation.
And to exercise any and all powers
incident to the powers above enumer enumerated,
ated, enumerated, and all other powers given to
corporations in general by the laws of
the state of Florida.
And. in addition to the foregoing
powers, the corporation shall have the
power to lease, purchase, hold, sell and
convey, any and all property necessary
or convenient to the transaction of any
of said businesses, or which the pur purposes
poses purposes of the corporation may require,
or which it shall and may acaulre in
satisfaction or partial satisfaction of
debts due tne corporation, under sales.
Judgments or mortgages, or in settle settlement
ment settlement or partial settlement of debts
due the corporation by any of its deb debtors.
tors. debtors. But this charter does not grant, and
shall not be construed as granting, to
the said corporation an' powers that
belong exclusively to trust companies
or public service or other corporations
under any of the laws of the state of
Florida.
ARTICLE III.
The capital stock of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be fifty thousand (150.000)
dollars, divided into five hundred (500)
shares of the par value of one hundred
$100) dollars each, ten per cent of
which capital stock shall be paid in as
soon a letters patent are Issued, and
the balance as called for by the board
of directors, upon thirty days' notice
of such call, and not more than twen-twenty-five
(25) per cent shall be call called
ed called for at any one time. Property, la
bor or services may also te purchaed
or naid for with capital stock at a
Just valuation of such nroperty, labor
or services, to be fixed by the directors
of the corporation at a meeting called
for such purpose.
ARTICLE IV.
This corporation shall exist for the
period of ninety-nine years from the
date of its letters patent.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation
shall be managed and conducted by a
president, a board or directors, a
treasurer, and such other officers and
agents as the corporation may author authorize
ize authorize by its by-laws hereafter to be
adopted. The annual meeting of the
stockholders shall be held on the first
Tuesday in January, at which time
said officers shall be elected in such
manner as shall be prescribed by the
said by-laws, and in conformity to the
laws of Florida. And. until the of officers
ficers officers elected at the first annual elec election
tion election shall have qualified, the said
businesses shall be conducted by A. C.
Blowers, president, Hiram Cramer,

secretary, and George A. Blowers,
treasurer, and by these three as a
board of directors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject itself shall be
the sum of one hundred thousand
($100,000) dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The undersigned. A. C. Blowers, who
resides in the city of Plnevllle. state
of Kentucky, hereby subscribes for
thirty (30) shares of the capital stock
of this corporation. The undersigned.
George A. Blowers, x who resides In
the said city of Plnevllle. hereby sub subscribes
scribes subscribes for ten (10) shares of the cap capital
ital capital stock of this corportlon. The un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. Hiram Cramer, who resides
in Kendrick Marion county. Florida,
hereby subscribes for ten (10) shares
of the capital stock of this corpora corporation.
tion. corporation. In witness whereof, the said incor incorporators
porators incorporators do hereby subscribe their
names and affix .their seals, this the
26th day of October. A. D. 1912.
A. C. Blowers, (Seal).
H. Cramer. (Seal).
Geo. Blowers. (Seal).
Witnessed by: F. W. Ditto. Mamie E.
Fox.
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
I. the undersigned notary public, do
hereby certify that A. C. Blowers. 11.
Cramer and Geo. A. Blowers, who are
known to me to be the persons describ described
ed described in the foregoing articles of incor incorporation,
poration, incorporation, this day appeared before me.
in said county, and each acknowledged
that he signed the said articles for the
purpose of forming the corporation
therein named.
Witness my hand and official seal,
this the 26th day of October. A. D. 1912.
(Notary Seal) Mamie E. Fox.
Notary Public.
My commission expires February 10,
1913.

I THE CIRCl IT COI RT CF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida la
aad for Marlon CountyIn Chan
eery.
The Carmichael & Son Company, a
Florida Corporation. Complainant, vs
Amelia Moore, otherwise known at
Mrs. J. M. Williams. Defendant order
for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Amelia Moore,
otherwise known as Mrs. J. M. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, be and she is hereby required to
appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday, the 2d day of December, 1912.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
.Ocala Dally Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 11th day or October. liz.
S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
Hocker Duval,
Complainants Solicitors.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of a certain execution is
sued out of and under the seal of the
circuit court of Marlon county on the
14th day of April. 1897. in a certain
cause therein lately pending wherein
the S. B. Hubbard Company, a corpora
tion, was plaintiff and A. Green.
doing business as W. A. Green & Com
pany, was defendant, I have levied
upon and will on
Monday, the 4th day of November, 11Z,
that being a legal sales day and the
first Monday In said month, offer for
sale and sell to the highest and be.t
bidder for cash, at the west door of
the court house in Ocala, Marion coun
ty, Florida, the following described
lands In Marlon county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Lot numbered five of Miller's sub
division of section nine, township
twelve south, range twenty-one east,
and also lots numbered twelve and
thirteen of Miller's subdivision of sec section
tion section ten, township twelve south, range
twenty-one east, the same to be sold to
satisfy said execution and cost.
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marlon County, Florida.
H. M. Hampton, Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of R. J. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the -undersigned within
one year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 21st, 1912. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff and Ex-offlcio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Robert
McDonald, deceased, to present said
claims duly proven to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
August 7th, 1912.
Robert J. McDonald,
As Administrator Estate of Robert D
McDonald, Deceased.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed I nder Section H of Chapter
4KSK, Lin of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that A. C
Leggett, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 8. dated the 4th day of July. A.
D. 1910. has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described property situated In
Marion county, Florida, to-wit: K1 of
neU sec 27 tp 14 r 22 e. The said land
being assessed at the date of the Is Issuance
suance Issuance of such certificate In the name
of Stuckey & Tiller Co. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord according
ing according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the
9th day of November, A. D. 1912
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 4th day of October. A. D.
1912. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT
To W. F. Kelly and Robert Benson,
and all other persons interested: No Notice
tice Notice is hereby given that on August
23rd. 1911, Mrs. T. A. Lamb and T. A.
Lamb, her husband, Instituted a suit
at law against W. F. Kelly and Robert
Benson in his own right for the heirs
of E. D. Benson, deceased, by attach attachment
ment attachment in the circuit court of the fifth
Judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
in and for Marion county, the said
plaintiff claiming as damages in said
suit the sum of one hundred, fifteen
and 50-100 dollars.
You. W. F. Kelly and Robert Benson,
and all other persons interested, are
hereby notified to be and appear be before
fore before the said court and defend said
action on or before the
4th day of November, A. D. 1912,
at the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, or default will be
taken against you.
Witness, S. T. Sistrunk. clerk of
said court, and the seal of said court
at the court house in Ocala. Marlon
county, Florida, this the 23rd day of
August. A. D. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co Fla.
W. K. Zewadski, Plaintiffs Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Cora L.
Smith, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 27th. 1912. Rena L Smith,
As Executrix Last Will and Testament
of Cora L Smith. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all cred
itors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Selwyn E.
Rowe, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the flrtst
publication of this notice, to-wlt: Sep September
tember September 20th. 1912. Mary E. Bogle.
Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
E. Rowe, Deceased.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed II nder Section H of Chanter
4VSS, Law of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Jame
Boiling, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 1091. dated the 5th day of June.
A. D. 1905, tax certificate No. 32. dated
the 7th day of August, 1905, has filed
said certificates in my office and has
made application for tax deed to Issue
in accordance with law. Said certificates
embraces the following described prop property
erty property situated in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: 6.32 chs sq in nw cor of
ne; of seU sec 10 tp 17 s r 23 e, also
wVj of shi of seU of se',4 of ne4 sec
10 tp 17 r 23 e. The said land being
assessed at the date of the Issuance of
such certificates in the name of Vergil
Moorer. I'nless said certificates shall
be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the
Ifflh day of November, A. I). 1912
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of October, A.
D. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.