The Ocala evening star


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


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

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For All of the Homes
Thcus Zachry Co.





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When Finished,
If you kow any harder job than get getting
ting getting out the first sentence of a newspaper
article that Is meant to grip the attention
of every newspaper reader, I wish you
would tell It to me. Here I have been
staring this typewriter In the face for the
last half hour trying to think of something
to say which would make you sit up and
take notice, and nothing seems to appeal
to me more than just what I am writing
now. If It had I would have tried it.
What have I got to say that is so im important?
portant? important? Well, listen! No, now, wait,
oh, here, let me get this story started
right. This thing is getting away from me.
. Once upon a time I think that is the
right way to begin, and I tell you now
this is no fairy story as you will soon see,
here. here, let's begin again. Once
upon a time, then, there was a man
named Bagley and this was not such a
long time ago, either. Well, now where
are we? Oh, yes, Bagley. Well, Bagley
was out picking persimmons some consid considerable
erable considerable distance from Ocala. He didn't
anticipate any particular trouble, Bagley
didn't. You see, one does not look upon
persimmon picking as an extra hazardous
profession. Bagley, however, let his foot
slip just when he shouldn't, and the trou trouble
ble trouble which Bagley was not expecting, ar arrived.
rived. arrived. When Bagley's foot slipped, all the
rest of Bagley slipped, and as the foot
slipped first it reached ground first and
Bagley came down on top of it. And when
the folks found him Bagley was uncon unconscious,
scious, unconscious, and the bones of one of his legs
were sticking out through the flesh and
skin. They got him to the house. Two or
three days passed before they took him to
the Marion County Hospital in Ocala. By
that time his wound was badly infected,
gangrene had set in, and if you had seen
it, you would have said that the only way
to save Bagley would be to amputate that
leg. But they have some doctors connect connected
ed connected with the Marion County Hospital who
do not amputate unless It is absolutely
necessary. They do everything else first.


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the Sick and Wounded of Four Counties will
of Refuge and Fortress of Strength.

And they gave several months' car to
Bagley, which with the excellent nursing
he received made it possible for him to
leave the institution with almost as good
a leg as before he had climbed that per per-Simmon
Simmon per-Simmon tree. And if you were to see him
now you could hardly tell that he had ever
fallen out of the tree.
Your Persimmon Tree
Well, that's enough for Bagley. He's
all right now, thanks to the skilled treat treatment
ment treatment received from the physicians and
nurses of the hospital. The point Is, what
will you do "when you fall out of your
persimmon tree? That is to say, when
you are stricken with meningitis, erysipe erysipelas,
las, erysipelas, pneumonia, or some other disease,
where will you go to get help and get the
advantage of the very latest discoveries of
medical science? When it's your life that
is In danger, nothing is too good to save
it, is it? If it was a matter of hours, and
! your life was hanging in the balance, you
j would not want to think of the half a day
' it would take to. get to Jacksonville or
! Tampa, would you? You might be dead
i before you reached there. And there isn't
much fun is being dead.
j I wonder if you appreciate half as much
j as you ought to the tremendous benefit
: accruing to this community and section
' of the country because of the existence of
the Marion County Hospital. Most people
when they think of a hospital at all, think
of it as a place where more people die than
get well, and that is a good place to keep
out of. The last part is granted, but about
the first part, just wait a minute. Let's
talk it over.
Of Economic Value
Every community which possesses a
hospital has an institution of great eco economic
nomic economic value to that community. How,
you ask? Well, in the first place a part
of Its inestimable service to the commun community
ity community is to safeguard the homes in that com community
munity community not merely from loss of life and
the spread of disease, but also from ex


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the flarion

cessive financial strain in the proper care
of the sick.
Let me illustrate: Suppose typhoid
fever should come Into your home and
that isn't such a far-fetched supposition,
at that. Now, a fair estimate is that a
case of typhoid fever of ordinary severity
would cost the working man not one cent
less than $200. And in addition to this
there is the constant danger, due (if the
case is in the home) to inefficient nursing
and the lack of the exercise of the neces necessary
sary necessary precautions, of the disease spreading
to one or more of the other members of the
family. And if you, Mr. Family-Man,
catch it yourself because of the lack of
precautions, you may add to your expense
account, in addition to the expense of your
own treatment, the loss of your wages.
That will set you back, considerably, will
is not? Well, rather.
On the other hand, suppose your typhoid
case is taken to the hospital. In the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Hospital your expense would
be only about half what it would be in the
home. And the rest of the family is safe-
I guarded from contagion. And you will
j not come down with it yourself. And this
j is only an illustration of every other corn corn's
's corn's municable and preventable disease.
j Other Advantages
j And in addition to its economical ben ben-jeSts.
jeSts. ben-jeSts. it brings within the reach of a com
munity all of the advantages of the latest
discoveries of medical science in the treat treatment
ment treatment of disease. The means of probing
the mysteries of disease have been wonder wonderfully
fully wonderfully expanded in recent years by the pro progress
gress progress made in chemistry, bacteriology and
pathology. The use of the microscope,
Roentgen rays, cystoscope, proctoscope and
other instruments of precision are of tre tremendous
mendous tremendous value in properly diagnosing a
disease, and thus applying proper treat treatment.
ment. treatment. All these are part of the equipment
of a modern hospital, and accessible to the
Thus the Marlon County Hospital stands
there doing its best to make health con


tagious. Its influence on the community
is far reaching in the way of usefulness.
It teaches people how to keep well. The
person who is treated there has been
taught lessons in hygiene and when he
returns home he teaches the family those
same lessons. Thus much good is ac accomplished.
complished. accomplished. Not only Is it an absolute
necessity to this community, but the peo people
ple people of the community should be tremen tremendously
dously tremendously proud that Marlon county can
boast such an institution.
Help Needed
Now, take another look at the picture
on this page. That is the new Marion
County Hospital, located on South Orange
street. You see, the old, rented building
in the city has been outgrown. It was
never possible to do the most efficient
work in it. So this new and ideal site has
been purchased, situated on a hill which
overlooks a great stretch of beautiful
country. The choice of location, the type
of building, and the extent of the equip equipment
ment equipment is all that could be desired. The
design of the building, its interior appoint appointments
ments appointments and equipment have been supervis supervised
ed supervised by physicians and nurses who are fa familiar
miliar familiar with the problems of the sick. This
new institution is destined to go a great
amount of good.
But a hospital, though it does great
good, is not a financial success. It Is not
a paying investment. The Marion County
Hospital is doing more than $700 worth
of charity work every year. It has $5,000
in outstanding accounts which will never
be collected, because those whom it has
helped, whose lives it has saved, are not
able to pay their bills.
Now look at the picture again. The
building stands there with only its skeleton
completed. And work has been stopped
on it. It stopped more than two months
ago. The question for you to decide Is,
shall it remain as it is? The money In
hand has been paid out until it is all gone.
And there it stands, appealing to be
finished for the benefit of the entire com



Thcus Zachry Co.

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Find it a Haven
munity. And, -oh, well, 'nough said.
Four thousand dollars is needed, and need needed
ed needed at once, to go on with and finish this
work. And what are you going to do
about It? Think It over. Here is some something
thing something for yon to do, the doing of which
should give you intense satisfaction. It
Is the work of the Great Physician, who,
when He was on earth found his only
pleasure going about doing good, healing
those who were afflicted with divers
diseases. And He left you an example to
follow in his footsteps.
So when on next Thursday Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving Day a sweet-faced, pretty girl way waylays
lays waylays you either on the street or at the fair,
and says "tag, you're it," you say, "sure,
I'm It." And then produce. See her
smile when your hand steals towards your
cash pocket. And know, Mr. Man, is mak mak-cash
cash mak-cash pocket. And know, Mr. Man, in mak making
ing making her happy, you are making others
happy, you are doing a good deed, one in
which you may justly take pride, and one
which, some day, who knows, may help in
saving the life of some one who is very
near and dear to you. Today Marion
county expects every man to do his duty.
And if that sweet-faced girl doesn't meet
you. you hunt her up, and make her heart
glad, as well as your own, by handing her
a good liberal donation. And if you can
not hunt her up, 'just sit right down today,
mind you, today, and mail your donation
to Ben Rheinauer, Treasurer, Ocala, Fla.
And make it liberal, make it liberal. You
will not miss it, and you will never regret
it. Come, this is not a small thing. It Is
a tremendously big thing. So let the dol dollars
lars dollars come, please. Dollars, you will notice
I said. Yes, four thousand of them.
Thank you.
The following gentlemen, whose address
is Ocala, compose the Board of Managers.
Board of Managers.






Hittinger & Carroll Proprietors.

It. R. Carroll, liusiness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Kntere'l In the postoffice at Ocala,
Fla., as arcon.l class mail matter

m:i)i:u iwr i:vb half higiit

Editor Htar: It veerr.s to me that if
you had been actuated by a spirit of
fairness toward Tom Watson, you
would have iven the facta In the case,
which you evidently know, but instead
of doing this, you did like nine out of
ten paper:) that make any comment
about the matter, a bare statement or
assertion that lie is beinsj prosecuted
for Mending obscene matter through
the mails. I want you to publish the
following statement of facts, as a mat matter
ter matter of simple justice to Mr. Watson,
which la due him, or as an advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, in case your of justice is
inferior to your prejudice.
The alleged obscene matter was pub published
lished published In Watson's magazine for May,
1312. It was published in the Latin
language. It was taken or copied
from a copyrighted book that has been
admitted to the mails for thirty years
or more. The book is a standard
Roman Catholic book, and supposed to
te in the hands of every priest.,, The
obscene matter is alleged to be ques questions
tions questions propounded to women In the con confessional.
fessional. confessional. Reader.
"Header" is a clever and conserva conservative
tive conservative gentleman, well posted on many
matters and extremely accurate In
those to which he gives particular at attention.
tention. attention. We guess he didn't give par particular
ticular particular attention to this one.
Cn I1I3 statement about the alleged

obscene matter being published in
JLatin, he has given only half the
truth. We will absolve him from the
moaning of the proverb about half
truths, as we know he has better than to knowingly do anything
of the kind.
It is very true that the alleged ex extracts
tracts extracts from the book were printed in
I.Ritin, but Watson's comments were
printed in English, they were a
literal perhaps too literal transla translation,
tion, translation, and they were grossly indecent.
In the same issue were published other
articles bearing on the same subject,
and they were also grossly indecent.
Even if they were true, they were not
fit to print. In this opinion, at least
two Protestant clergymen, both of
whom are well known and respected in
Ocala, agree with the Star.
"Jleader" has no right to say we are
"rejua'iced against Tom Watson. We
have observed Tom Watson's career
and read his writings for a score of
years and have often pra'sed him for
hia fearless attacks on abuses. We
-are probably as well or better ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with his wr'tings as "Read "Reader"
er" "Reader" as we have been a tolerably close
observer of his career and writings
for the last twenty years. We are
glad to be able to say that his attacks
on evil have been productive of some
'?oua, but he has undone much of his
'-best work by his hab't of unstinted
abuse of every man or measure he hap happens
pens happens to disagree with. Of late years,
It has seemed that when he opposes
anything lie does so without modera moderation
tion moderation or reason. II's war on Governor
"Wilson is the latest instance in point.
As to what his neighbors think of him
is shown by the fact that he has been
worsted in every public fight he has
gone into since 1 8 L 0 lie seemed to
?ave a transient gleam of success
"vvlien he jumped on the Underwood
bandwagon last spring, but the other
aiders threw him oft before he had
ridden long enough to warm his seat.
Wv desire more evidence before
agreeing with "Header that the book
Watson made his extract from is a
standard Roman Catholic book, and

that It is supposed to be in the hands

of every priest. We do not know what
tooks are in the hands of one priest,
let alone every priest. We will bet

"Reader" however that we know as

much about it as he does, or as Tom

Watson does.

We will also bet "Reader" anything
be wants to bet that he will not read

the matter alluded to aloud before any any-respectable
respectable any-respectable company of gentlemen and
ladies; also, that he will not print any
extracts from it that we may select
and send them to anyone thru the


It isn't the Star's business to defend

or denounce any church. History tell

us that the churches have persecuted

ach other for over seventeen cen

turles that all persecuted that had
the power, and all suffered who lack-

N 1 strength. The same history teaches

thPt nearly all persecution was insti instigated
gated instigated by fanatics, who enraged the
Ignorant to outrages that wiser men
could not quell. Of late years, good
nn and women of all sects have been

drawing nearer together in the work

of common humanity, and In the rec

osnition of an universal God. At the

Sreat congress of regions in Chicago
twenty years ago, a believer in

Buddha said: "We may follow differ different
ent different roads to the hill top but from its

c-rest only one sunrise is seen."
When a man like Tom Watson de

votes frantic efforts to .setting one
sect of Christians against another, it
Sterns to the Star that he is trying to
lrive humanity back down the hill to toward
ward toward the darkness of three centuries
tigo, when Catholic and Protestant
lrenched Western Europe with each
other's blood.
Watson has not even the merit of
originality in this matter. Substan Substantially
tially Substantially the same things were published
in old books that were printed and
circulated in this country years ago
when there were no postal laws and
books were sent by freight. And
"Reader" will probably be surprised to
know that many of Watson's comments
bear a strong family resemblance to
expressions used by Voltaire and other
infidel writers whose works we opine
""Reader" would not allow in his
Come again. Mr. Reader.

there was one, and haven't heard of
its being repealed. It should be revis revised
ed revised and put into rigorous use. We
don't understand why any person
should want to see an execution, and
certain it is that it is a s"ght that
should be rigorously barred from the
vletv of all but officials and the neces necessary
sary necessary clergy, medical and newspaper
men. The Tampa Times says that
many women and children viewed the
execution of Anderson, and that one of
the spectators, a Cuban, dropped dead
of heart disease. The only incentive
that ordinary people can have to see
such sights is morbid cur'osity. and
that the state should not cater to. The
moral effect of capital punishment will
be greatly Increased if it is carried out
as secretly as possible, and It is hor horrible
rible horrible to think of a woman or child
standing for an hour or so to watch
the preparations for the legal killing
of a human being.

sj.iri: with which we jack up our
ward councilman for not hanging a
red lantern over a hole in the street
before .';e ues to bcl at night. We
art- g'jinu' alonr with tnat rising tide
of pu iic- 'i;rii n ourself. because it
s-etms to be settlr.g in the right direc direction.
tion. direction. aid a for the initiative, etc.,
its only one current in the stream and
we have lots of room outside of it to
swim in. 'Gne Mathews, by the way.
when running the little Dunnellon
News over twenty years ago, wrote
some things that required sand and a
sixi-hooter to back up, but we suppose
that in peaceful Starke the memory of
those days has become dim.


Mr. William Hocker Klected President
and Mrm II. W. DmvIn Itecordins
Tftary of the Florida Federation
of Woman' Club.



One of the institutions of which
Ocala 1j proud Is the Marion County
Surgical Hospital. With an old build building,
ing, building, absolutely inadequate to its needs,
during the years of its existence the
association has done untold good to
suffering humanity. .Now that the
dreams of the managing board are
about to be realized; that their hand handsome,
some, handsome, modern building, situated on one
of the most beautiful spots of the
whole county is half completed, they
find themselves compelled to hold up
work for lack of money and at the
old building, the present home of the
hospital, patients are frequently denied
admittance unless in life and death
cases, for lack of room to care for
If the board of managers of the hos hospital
pital hospital can raise about four thousand
dollars more they can then borrow

sufficient money on the property to

finish the building and properly equip

it for the great work it is destined to

do in this part of the state.

The board feels confident that it can

secure a sufficient number of yearly
contributors, together with those now
on the hospital's contributing list, to

provide a fund to take care of and pay

off interest and principal of this debt.

If every man who is able to do so

in the county would pay a lump sum or

agree to give a reasonable amount in

monthly payments this work could

soon be accomplished.

The Star has furnished the illus

trated story of the hospital which ap appears
pears appears on page one without charge. Iet
every other firm or individual do as

much, according to his or their ability,
and the beautiful new home of the
Marion County Hospital will soon be
finished, equipped and ready to receive

patients and alleviate the sufferings

and afflictions of mankind.

The popular vote in Florida lined up
as follows:
Presidential electors Democratic1,
35.000; socialist, 4300; republican, 4000;
progressive. 4200; prohibtion, 1800.
Congressman LEngle, 34.000; Gun Gun-by,
by, Gun-by, 2T00; Allen, 3000: Johnson, 3500.

The members of the Jacksonville
bar have recommended Mr. George
Cooper Gibbs to Governor Gilchrist as
judge of the supreme court for Duval
county, as provided for in the amend amend-mend
mend amend-mend voted on Nov. 5.

Claude L'Engle, by his injunction
taken before the supreme court has
managed to keep the remainder of the
Duval county bond funds out of the
hands of the board of commissioners
which has already put four-fifths of
them to a mighty poor use. This Is
public spirit with a lever attached to


For twelve years the democratic
party has been fighting for power
fighting for those principles which
promise reforms so dear to the peo people,
ple, people, and at last it has won. Naturally
there is a swarm of office seekers
men who have rarely been heard of In
political life men who have followed
the "plutes" and trailed in the wake
of special privilege, have the audacity
to come forward and make application
for the most responsible federal posi positions.
tions. positions. Men of brains men who have
been in the thickest of the fight men
who have followed and who love to
follow now the shining pathway of
Ilryan, Wilson and other true and
tried leaders are also seeking federal

J positions. To such belong the offices

because they have accomplished some something
thing something they have fought a good fight,
and to give any position of responsi responsibility
bility responsibility to a "reactionary" is only to
make the road more difficult for vic victories
tories victories for the people in the future.

The contest between the two fac

tions of the Lakeland board of trade
has wound up with an increased mem

bership and a big banquet to all hands.

paid for hy the losers. Ocala inaugur inaugurated
ated inaugurated a contest of the sort two months
ago, but it seems to be dormant, if
not dead.

New York disposes of her criminals
with neatness and dispatch. So does

Florida; but the judges have different

names. Theirs is Goff, but ours is

I.vncb. He is the only judge that ever

hangs in Florida except Judge Robles.

Tampa Times.

What is the matter with you down
there, anyhow? Did you ever hear of
Judue r.ullock failing to do his duty?

Or Judge Wills or Judge Perkins?

liet-ter step into your managing edi

tor's room and ask him to furnish you

a list of the legal executions that have

taken place in Florida in the last two

We are In receipt of several notifi notifications
cations notifications that sundry persons want po political
litical political positions under the incoming
democratic administration. Appli Applicants
cants Applicants for federal positions who want
our editor to burn his shirt and dance
a jig by the bonfire thereof in their
behalf must permit us to inspect their
receipt for their campaign contribu contribution.
tion. contribution. Jasper News.


In the Domestic Department of the
The domestic committee kindly re requests
quests requests that all entries be made before
6 p. m. Monday, Nov. 25, except in the
cooking and candy exhibit, which will
be open until 1 a. m. Tuesday.

Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. Chas. R.
Tydings and Mrs. D. E. Mclver return returned
ed returned last night from the meeting of the
State Federation of Woman's Clubs
held at West Palm Reach. Mrs.
Hocker was elected president of the
Federation, which was justice to her
as well as a compliment, as she has
devoted unstinted time and talent to
the cause, and her tact and ability
have not been exceeded by the presi president
dent president of any club in the state.
The Ocala delegates were delighted
with their visit. Mrs. Hocker says:
The hospitality of West Palm Reach
was delightful. Every moment that
could be spared from routine work
was filled with entertainment. The
launch ride was lovely and though it
rained Thursday automobiles took us
to see the high school and across to
Palm Beach on the ocean. The high
school filled the Ocala delegates with
envy and aspirations. It Is a most

magnificent $50,000 building on a hill 4

with many acres in grounds and has
the most modern equipment and splen splendid
did splendid auditorium. They have just in installed
stalled installed domestic science and It was a
joy to see the girls learning to do
things scientifically and practically In
the very beginning. There -was a
splendid attendance at every meeting
and the club women showed they
were there with a purpos and much
work was accomplished. Much of the
special work will be brought up later
in important reports and resolutions.
The evening sessions were delightful,
the music especially good and the
people of Palm Reach showed their in

terest by filling the auditorium at ev every
ery every open session.

At the reception it seemed that all
West Palm Reach, men and women,
turned out to give enthus'astic and
cordial greeting. It was beyond doubt
one of the most important conventions
of the F. F. W. C. for work accom accomplished
plished accomplished and one of the most enjoyable
for hospitality.
The election of officers was held
Thursday afternoon as follows: Mrs.
Wm. Hocker. Ocala, president; Mrs.
Charles Cox, Tallahassee first vice
president; Mrs. Dimick, West Palm
Peach, second vice president; Mrs. Ma Macon
con Macon Thornton, Ormond, recording sec secretary;
retary; secretary; Mrs. D. W. Davis, Ocala, cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary; Miss Ressle Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Crescent City, treasurer; Mrs.
F. F. Tenny, Federal Point, auditor;
Mrs. A. E. Frederick, secretary to
General Federation.
ext Meeting; in Orlando
There was much good natured rival rivalry
ry rivalry between the contesting clubs of

Orlando and Lakeland for the 1913
convention. Roth clubs came with en endorsements
dorsements endorsements of their respective boards
of trade and prominent men. Orlando
received the largest vote on account
of its more central location, but Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland was assured It would have pref preference
erence preference in 1914, if its invitation was
again extended.


The editor of this paper is an ap applicant
plicant applicant for appointment to the posi position
tion position of receiver of the t'nited States
land office, and we don't want anyone
to Interfere with us n this matter,
either. Do you understand? Starke
We are going to interfere with you,
'Gene, at once. A man who has your
talent for running a country news newspaper
paper newspaper has no right to descend to an
Inferior vocation.

With single-term rule, think of the
ex-presidents we'd have on hand all
the time. Atlanta Journal.
With direct primaries in all the
states, the people can settle the mat matter
ter matter of second terms to suit themselves.
If a man makes a good president, he
deserves a second term, and it is to the
advantage of the country that he
should have a second term.

There is some mighty good thoughts
for both parents and young people in
the W. C. T. U. department on our
eighth page today.

C. I. Inman, a prominent citizen of
Lakeland, disappeared last Friday and
up to the present his whereabouts are
a mystery to his family and friends,
who are much exercised over the matter.

Robert Anderson, the negro "killer."
was hung In Tampa Friday morning,
"-And a large crowd witnessed the exe execution.
cution. execution. We thought there was a state
law restricting the sight of executions
o a small number of people. We know

The Lakeland Telegram has joined
in the war on the robin, and says the
pestiferous bird is more harm than a
little to the strawberry crops of South

We are glad to give our other Ocala
contemporary credit for being among
4he first to raise its voice against the
substitution of a lot of vagaries for
fhe splendid system of government,
under which our country -has grown
and prospered as no other country In
the world has done, but we cannot
agree with the Star that it required
no moral courage to stand in this mat matter
ter matter where the Star has stood and where
the Ocala Banner and the Telegraph
and a few other papers In the state
have stood. It takes moral courage
to stand up for what one believes is
best when all around men of high
rank are bending the knee to what
appears to them a rising current of
public opinion. Starke Telegraph.
All right. 'Gene: we will join your
hero band if you insist. Having writ written
ten written a few things at the risk of having
our head knocked off may have atro atrophied
phied atrophied our sense of danger, so when whenever
ever whenever the initiative, etc.. or the tariff or
the plutocrats come Into our mind, we
take a whack at them In the same

The following are the prizes for
the work-horse parade on the opening
day of the Marion County Fair, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, November 2G, at 3 p. m.:
Work Horse
Rest work-horse double team, $5.
Rest single work-horse, 52.
Mute Team
Best mule team (double), $5.
Best single mule, ?2.
Hack Horse
Best double team. f5.
Second best double team, $2.
Rest single hack horse, $3.
Family Home
Rest double team, blue ribbon.
Second best, red ribbon.
Rest single carriage horse, blue rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. Second best, red ribbon.
Pony Teams
Best pony team, blue ribbon.
Second best, red ribbon.
Livery Teams
Rest livery team, blue ribbon.
Second best, red ribbon.
Hamp Chambers, Captain.
Mrs. D. M. Smith.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue.
Mrs. Sim Sistrunk, Com.

terms, a nine-room house with all
modern Improvements. In the best lo location.
cation. location. 129 South Third street, Mrs. C.
J. Phillips. Ad. ll-12-6t

Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.

Thirty Day and Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.



Ily the IT. D. C. Wednesday Evening,
Dec. 4, at the Woman's Club
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will hold a bazar and oyster supper
on the afternoon and evening of Dec.
4th, at the Woman's Club rooms.


FOR RENT Nine-room house, three
blocks from postoffice. Apply to T.
C. Thomsen, postoffice, or 31 N. 3rd
street, West. 11-15
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.


WANTED Several salesman In
Alachua, Marion, Putnam and Citrus
counties to represent oldest establish established
ed established sewing machine on earth. Exper Experience
ience Experience not necessary. Good men can
make good wages. Address Singer
Sewing Machine Co., Gainesville, Fla.

(Roy K. Moulton)
Hank annexed a motorcycle,
Of the chugging, snorting kind.
Then he went and called for Sadie
And she clambered on behind.
Through the city streets they snorted,
Forty-seven miles an hour,
Scaring people, dogs and horses,
Always crowding on more power.
Sadie wrapped both arms around him
And she hung on for dear life.
Faster, faster, cutting through the
Atmosphere just like a knife.
Jolting, jarring, popping, snapping,
Like the Fourth day of July,
On the wings of John D's. petrol
Did our Hank and Sadie fly.
Hank, he hollered: "Honest, Sadie.
Ain't it what you might call bliss?
'Tis a cinch, my little lady,
I could ride through life like this."
"There ain't nuthin to prevent It,"
Screamed our Sadie in his ear.
But the motor was so noisy.
Hank could not exactly hear.
Seven times did Sadie scream and
Try to make him understand;
Finally he got her answer
And he blushed to beat the band.
Then he turned around to kiss her.
'Tis a foolish thing to do
When you're on a bumpy highway.
And you're hitting fifty-two.
Some time later they were rescued.
They were hanging in a tree;
Sadie, she was bruised and shaken.
Hank had just a busted knee.
In the hospital they married.
Showing that they still had spunk,
Then he sold the motorcycle
To a man who dealt in junk.
That was many months ago anc
Now on cycles they don't ride.
But they run a horseless carriage
With a cherub tucked Inside.


Notice is hereby given that under
and bv virtue of a certain decree of
foreclosure issued out of the circuit
court of the fifth judicial circuit of
Florida, in and for Marion county,
made and entered on the 26th day of
October. A. D. 1912. in that certain
cause pending wherein C. A. Scandrett
is complainant and A. R. Edwards and
Susan Edwards defendants. I. Bradford
Williams, special master in said cau?-.
shall offer for sale and sell at public
outcrv in front of the west door of the
court house of Marion county. Florida,
between the legal hours of sale on
rule day
Mondav, the Oth day of January A. D.
the same being the first Monday In said
month, to the highest and best bidder
for cash, the following described prop prop-ertv.
ertv. prop-ertv. to-wit: The southeast quarter of
the" northeast quarter, section eleven
11). township fifteen (15). ranee
twenty (20) east, containing forty (40)
acres more or less, situated lying and
beinar in Marion county. Florida, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfv said decree.
Bradford Williams,

! Complainant's Solicitor.


Is an imjportaiit factor to your business
With The Munroe & Chambliss Bank Bank-back
back Bank-back of your business undertakings, you have
the assurance that we are personally inter interested
ested interested in your business success.
Absolute safety combined with consci consci-entious
entious consci-entious service is the basis of our dealings
with each customer of the bank.

Ocala, Florida

Make Your Selections for Your


These Goods are ALL TRESfl and Guaranteed to be of
Macedoine (Mixed Vegetables), Choice Mushrooms,
Extra Fine French Teas, Boneless Anchovies, Genuine
French Mustard, Plum Pudding, Cranberriep, Currant
Jelly, Peach, Strawberry, .Raspberry, Cherry, Aprciot,
Pineapple and Damson Preserves. Evaporated Horse
Radiwh, Apple Butter, Mince Meat in 1 l-2lb. and 3 lb,
buckets, also in crocks, in bulk and in 10c packages,
Pimientos, Crystalized and Preserved Ginger, Pickled
Onions, Olives. : : : : : :
1, 5 and 10 pound Fruit Cake, Chow Chow, Sweet
Pickled Peaches, Cognac Brandy Peaches, Calves Foot
Jelly, Port, Sherry and other flavors, Bar-le-Due-red
and white, Sweet Split Mangoes, Sweet Gherkins, Sar Sardines
dines Sardines from Norway and France, Dutch Herring. Devil Devil-ed
ed Devil-ed Crabs, Lobsters, Fresh Herring, English Channel
Mackerel. : : : : : :
Make your FRUIT CAKE now. and get the Ingredients
while our stock is fresh and new. We have them all.
Spices, Seeded RaMi;s, Currents, Orange and lemon Peel,
Citron, tigs, Daks, Black Mblasjcs, Shelled. Almonds.
You Know Royal Scarlet Canned Goods are
th Best Ever, Some ol fhe New PACK Just in
Pitted Cherries, Strawherriea, Peacbe, Apricot, Cherrle, Plum,
Gase and Kkc, Pineapple Sliced and Grated, Pear, Corn, Tomato,
Llmi IleanM, Okra, Okra and Tomatoea, StrinitleMw It can, Aparao;ua
and Awparaun Tip, Ileeta and Spinach.
We have too many GOOD TIIIXGS TO EAT to begin to enumerate
them here. Call at our store and let u tkon you onr Mock of FANCY
E. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida


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LOntnTO (Xear Mandarin) Florida
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment in Scihoolrooms. Dorm Dormitories,
itories, Dormitories, Dining Hall and Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the SIlcr Superior

k vi.-Ite 3 Mr.. Balney ht re la.-t


Mr. Juke HriMtn, Klllr for nvrmli-r
Golilen llulr larkrtlfiK
To see .ome ladies intent on zettinr
iMcl and wholesome puppiies for their
families would seem to indicate that
no one rut they had any rights wort n
con?' r!-s in the transa.-iion.
W'h soiled kl l uloves on their i
ham'', for every ki! alove that is not
perfectly n-w is soiled to a greater or
l-'.s extent, they pinch the meats and
poul'ry. finder th uane. pick over
the vu-tabl's and
It may be arsued
handle the fruit,
that food supplies
show 1 1 be wa
tii at does not
hed before eaten: but
lessen lh sin against
hum inity committed in handling
thin: s that never should be handled in
store--. No matter how dainty the lady
may be, nobody wants to buy a roast
that -he has fingered.
Th- eye, rather than the hand,
should judae the food, and the word
of the ilealer
more than it
is. If
d ishones:
hone-t. do
lsewh-re; but If lie i
not dama-ie his vioods
t h e tr
An 1 other thinir: some women are
positively dishonest in their dealin-r
in that they insist upon piklni; out
the very best, of everything.
If a uro.-er buys a peck' of apples
and a lady insists upon pickinit out all
the bst ones when buytnsr ten cent-"
wort l. the rest must l;o at a disc emt.
Pinched peach eu soon start to de..-;y
and ,i'u-t be sacritieed.
He.-ides, the dealer's time is worth
Fame hir. and every dela counts o.o
tlie wrnn-' side of the lodger.
Th-re are women who can not spend
fifty cents without minutely examining
every article they buy and wasting
the dealer's time, yet they never think
they are imposing upon the lons--sufferinir
lie lare not be anything but polite
and courteous to his patrons, and so
the loss goes on continually.
It is all very well to be careful j
about buying, but there is such a thing
as having a trained eye a"d the ability
to Judge quickly.
Did you ever see a group of girls
enter a candy shop and drift like bees
to the counter where candies and nuts
are left uncovered for sampling?
"One of this kind, and one of this"
may reach an alarming amount when
half ji dozen thoughtless maidens have
their "sweet tooth" whetted. The pro-
pneu;r can say notning, oi course, dui
he may watch with consternation sev-
eral dollars' worth of his stock distp
pear in a very short time.
All buyers should keep these things
in mind. Hilda Richmond.
Everyone who is at all familiar with
the magnificent work of the Georgia
club wo nen for the illiterate mountain
people of the state will be interested
in the following from the pen of Miss
Km ma Perry. formerly principal of
the Poplar Springs school.
"I leave my work believ'ng fully
th;it the ermntrv J -5 tlif T!:iee fn"
school; that rural Georgia can be re- t
claimed through the work of the In- j
dustrial High School; that it is both
proper and possible for enough such
to be built in Georgia to stamp out
the blight of ignorance which has for
so long cursed our fair state; that if
Georgia could have enough schools of
the right kind in the country that
country civil'zation would cease to
llow to the towns."
The farm women of Ohio were
aroused to a great deal of interest in
the late suffrage campaign. For years
the farm men of that state have been
gathering comparatively rich
while their wives have been limited by
the "butter and egg money," which,
only too often, had to cover the school schooling
ing schooling and wardrobe as well as many
other accessories to the farm home.
When the suffrage campaign started
and intelligent speakers went through throughout
out throughout the country districts showing these
women what their responsibility was
in regard to the making of the laws
under which they live, it threw a new
light upon the matter. They saw
their duty toward their homes and
as they had not heretofore
seen it. That finally
proved a
in it-
element in the campa'gn
self is not tin full value of that cam campaign.
paign. campaign. The outgrowth of,, better
schools and better civic conditions in
tiie rural communities is vital and
promising results.
To My Friends and the Public: 1
wish to announce that I opened
Saturday morning, at the city market.
The Pure Food Meat Stall, and I will
enleavor to supply you with the(
choicest of Florida and western meats, j
lish, poultry and Apalachicola and Mo-
bile Bay oysters, at the very lowest j
prices possible. Prompt delivery and j
courteous treatment. A liberal share j
of your patronags will be appreciated, j
M. C. Dosh. i
Stall No. 3, Thone 471.
iierSiant3 care. a. t.. i. aepot cor-
L. depot cor-
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour. Ad.
Citra, Nov. 22. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Walker of Gainesville moved here
Monday. Mr. Walker has a position
with Mr.' J. R. Williams.
Mrs. J. R. Williams has returned
home from a visit to her sister, Mrs.
F. E. Williams of Alachua.
Air. ana Mrs. r L. uoajn left fcatur-
day for their home in Fort Myers. Mr.
Roach resigned his position here.
Mrs. J. B. Porland and daughter
made a business trip to Ocala Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Miss Zelma Cason of Island Grove
Is assisting her uncle. Mr. J. N. Mal Mal-phurs
phurs Mal-phurs here with the heavy business of
the S. A. L.
Miss Ethel Hobkirk went down to
Ocala Wednesday to have her eyes
Mrs. Ililburn of Sutherland visited
Miss M. E. Ervin here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bor'ng of Red-

Mrs. J..'..n :". Wyckoff returned r
.-"atur !,ty from Atlanta. wh-.r- she
ii.--n under treatment for h-r eye;

for:- time.
Mr. W. Van A. Green of Fort McC jy
!s in ''itra this week. Mr. Grt-cn i
lh author of Siva's sons of Florida.
; Prof. F. G. Sehell of Lake 13 u tier was
in t'Mtra Tuesday.
Mesrs. K. L Faulkenberw, V. II.
Kun-ce and Itohert I'adirett went down
'to rala aturdav n;sjnt. shopping.
Majr M.-uirtcr of Nashville. Ter.r... j
- in the i:y look::;.; after his lariie i
.rji- .-hij.n.-nts.
Mrs. Wood of Fernandina is the
u-st of h-r friends, Mr. and Mr--.
John llazin.-i at their home near Citra.
Mrs. K. i I:rovn arrived here last
week from her northern home.
Mrs. Choate is expected here soon
from t.Majne. j
Mrs. J. J. McCollister returned Mon-j
day from Cedar Keys, where she has
lifen with her brother, who is verv ill. I
Mr. North Haddock of Live Oak iias
a position here and is with his sister,
Mrs. George Creekmore.
Mr. I. T. Sherou
h-.i la Monday.
Mr. Frank Hobson
;e went Iown to
of Glenn
Ky.. has
unde, Mr.
a po.-ition her.:
.1. It. Williams.
During the Fnlr, Xotify Secretary of
Hoard of Trade
For the benefit of the visitors to the
Marlon County Fair, the secretary of
the Oca la Poard of Trade will be pleas-
e l to have any parties who have rooms J
for iv-nt to list them with him and :
.'dsn .-fite the rate to be charged. Our.j
':otel accommodations are not suffi sufficient
cient sufficient for the visitors and this action is
taken by the Poard of Trade so that
all visitors to our fair may have the
proper accommodations while they are
in our city.
: om,y a rim: iieiio
; tjut "ie crowd cheered, as, with
ed hands, he held up a small
j box. "Fellows!" he shouted,
burn burn-round
round burn-round "this
Kucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev everything
erything everything beat for burns." Right! also
for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues inflammation,
kills pain. Only 23 cents at Tydings
& Company. Ad.
The following varieties of fine cab cabbage
bage cabbage plants: Wakefield, Henderson's
Success and the Flat Dutch. Call or
order by mail. Address. C. Carmichael.
oCala, or T. L. Bowers, Silver Springs,
jpja 11-1-lm
t"or each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches. P.roken Jewelry and
Pre,-. ous Stones. Money sent bv return
smelting A MeVluli'.K Coin pan?
I tiemiiut t., I'hilatleliihia, 1'a.
TO 1)F.V1T1
j t:t
i We
i prices
will buy your Goiu
Scrap and platinum,
I ai l. Ad
ritEsn sEi:n"
i We have the new crop of garden and
! Held seeds "or fall and winter planting,
j Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage. lettuce, beans, etc.
j The seed are the most reliable, the
; freshest and best that can be had. Ty-
dings & Company. Ad.
Huntsville, Ala. W. C. Tollard, a
I well known citizen say3t "I have
J used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
land 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 xood many, for I am
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
01t SAliE
FOR SALE Box b?.ll alley, tent and
(all accessories. This cutfit is almost
! new and cost $450, but we offer it for
?150 spot cash. The Success Furniture
Co. 11-1
I will make your liberal allowances
on used guns anil revolvers, when
taken in xchane for new ones, or
will pay
Go! Iman"
you ca-
. Why
!i for them.
Pay More?-
! One of the most attractive campaigns
; of advertising now running in this pa pa-I
I pa-I per is that of the White Clover Flour,
!a fully guaranteed product, dlstribut dlstribut-i
i dlstribut-i ed by the Peninsular Naval Stores Co.
of Tampa and sold bv local dealers.
I W- trust that our readers will give
this flour a fair trial.
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.
I have a full stock of every kind of
ammunition. P. Goldman. Why Pay
More? Ad.
! Fresh Apalachicola oysters at
Pure Food Market. 23 cent3 a pint
i u
cents a quart.
j Every family that has children is
! liable to have croup, invariably at
j night. If Ballard's Horehound Syrup
(is kept in the house, it saves going
(after the medicine at an inconvenient
i time and checks the attack promptly.
j prCe, 23c, 50c and Jl. Sold by all
s druggists. Ad.
I Cabbage, collard. -ttuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
! store. Ad.
Cabbage plants; leadin
Early Jersey Wakefield, Early Summer,
Early Flat Dutch, Collard Plants, ready
now. Order now. ?1.23 per 1000; $3,000,
iZ. T. W. Bowen & Son, Waldo, Fla.
Look at our line of box stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you war.t can be found at the j
Court Tharmacy. Ad.
Terkeween Oil, fhe great nerve
bone liniment; will not blister,
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in
back or sides and all other aches.
cents per bottle at Tydings 5c Co. Ad

and &


It. Ley, Pastor.
uual at 11 a. m. an 1 7
t of morning sermon,
tr. i Me. Members will
At ni-iht tii. sermon ir J
." rv: es as
.. ;n.
"My iii:rc-ii
he ir.t-re.-ted.
la.-ed on tii-r re', ent tragedy
oou'itv, and the caus-s which
in our
led up :
to it. Subj "!' a 1 a Frui
cordial invitation, e-jecially to
non-ohurch iroers. Good niu.-ic.
Pastor. Lev. V.. H. Dodge. D. D.)
::4j a. m sunJiy School
11a. rn. Sermon.
Z p. ni. The Junior Missionary
7 p. :n. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to
Thanksi ivin .er:non will
in Presbyterian church next
day. 10 a. m. Itev. Punyan
preaching the ser:nn.
be held j
Thurs- i
Stephens i
Punyan Stephen?. Pastor
J:3') a. ro. Sunday school.
! a. in. I 'reaching service
''.:'.') p. m. Junior I'nion.
:" p. m. Senior Pnion.
T:ttO ji. :n.- Pr-a
hin-r service.
A heart y
wee onie
to all.
iW. II. Coleman. Minister,
a. :u. Sunday School.
11 a. m.
Subject 'f
St Jt .'f
-How to Get the
". p. jo. Junior K.
7 p. ?n. Sermon,
i .' ve r y bod y welcome.
.'iinior II. Prograri
Topic. "Pilate Who Was Afraid
Text, John
P.o'o Chate,
1 : 1 -8.
Pible lesson rc 1 1 hy I :i
Story of Pilat e t I ; i.". ::-:-
Chalk talk by Jes-o o-.v ': : ':.
Lesson story, "From Pad to Worse"
James Chacf and Virginia Beckham.
Sentence prayers.
Mission study by Mrs. Thompson.
Ilible verses beginning with G and
Report of lookout committee.
Minutes of last meeting.
Roll call.
Ten thousand dollars worth of un- 1
redeemed pledges and drummer's j
samples, at special prices, as I am
overstocked with them and must reduce
the stock, at Goldman's. Why ray'
More? Ad.
Mr. Will Lee will open his new res restaurant
taurant restaurant and pool room in the new
Hogan-Pedrick building in about two
weeks. Tiie place will be all finished
by that time.
Diamonds on credit to persons with
satisfactory references, at P. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
I? your husband cross? An Irritable,
fault finding disposition is often due
to a disordered stomach. A man with
stood digestion i? nearly always good
natured. A great many have been per permanently
manently permanently cured of stomach trouble by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
FOR RE XT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 2'J Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
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 Lavon-ia.
ia. Lavon-ia. Fa. "I have used it with all my
! children and the results have been
I highly satisfactory." tor sale by all
dealers. Ad.
Going hunting?
not worry. Come
one. P. Goldman.
Have no gun? Do
to me; I'll rent you
Whv Pay More? Ad.
Oasis." Pelleview, has the ex
hale f ice cream. peanuts,
and cigars on the fair
A good Havana filled cigar
' popcorn
; grounds
'for 5c, made in Marion county. Tat Tat-'ronize
'ronize Tat-'ronize us. ll-Jl-6td Itw
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
Double barrel humiiit
ess gun.-,
jf a cheap
More? Ad.
Remington-, for the priie i
gun. at Goldman's. Why Pay
; plants now ready for setting. For
: further information, address, N.
! Price, Gainesville. Fla.
Indigestion. Bad Breath, Dizzi Dizziness,
ness, Dizziness, Vertigo (blind staggers;.
Headache, Sallow Complexion,
a Tired, Discouraged Feeling
are all symptoms of a Torpid
Is aa Effective Liver Tonic and
Bowel Regrulator.
Its powerful reviving Influ Influence
ence Influence in the torpid liver brings
on an immediate Improvement.
You feel better at once. The It?
bowels move freely so that the f
impurities which have clogged I
up the digestive organs find an
outlet. When the system has
been thus rtiriSed. the b.lio'is. r
half sick feeling- disappears, the jK
complexion clears, the breath 4,
becomes sweet, the mind alert K
fe4 and cheerful and there i3 a fine t
p.i feeling of exhilaration a. 11
Uirougu t:.o touy.
JT.ce uc per uoiwe.
Jamesr.BaMrcJ.Pro:. t.Lou!s.?,'e, fr
Lire Stoohens Eye Salve fcr fcsi
Sore Eyes, it Cures.


hfr in Honor f MN Mjrtlcr
Halduin hl.iI Mr. Frank HeMrr

M-Intos!'. X.
-J. On We Inesday
, a
rr.oon from three to five o'clock,
home of Mrs. C. K. Dateman was
:ene of perfect heauty when she
entertained about cinety of her lady
frier. I-; with a linen shower for Miss
.Myrtle- I.'aMwin. a bride-to-be and
Mrs. Frank Hester of Kvinston, who
hal Muite a romantic wedding one
r mth ago. Si.e wi met bv the groom
in Jacksonville while un her way ;.ome
fro:n South '"arolina. and was ouietly
married in that city.
The guests were received by Mrs.
P.ateman in her easy, graceful man manner.
ner. manner. asistd by tiie brides. Miss
P.aldwin and Mrs. Hester. They were
then invited by Mi.-s Planche Mizelle
of uran-e Lake to a booth which had
ben artistically arranged in one cor corner
ner corner of the spacious drawing room,
where delicious fruit punch was serv served
ed served by Miss Mizelle and Miss Helen Mc Mc-Rae.
Rae. Mc-Rae. a sister of Mrs. Hester. They
were then ushered into the library,
where a delightful salad course was
served by Mi.-s Lobby PaMwln, the
attractive i-ter of the bride-to-be.
Miss Lemmie Hester, the accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow
Hester of Kvinston. Mrs. W. F. Scott
of Jacksonville, a sister of Mrs. Pate Pate-man,
man, Pate-man, and Mrs. Arthur Flewellen.
The three rooms hail been tastefully
decorated and never were they more
attractive, three different color schemes
being carried out. The drawing room
was in pink an 1 green, the library in
rival purple and whit and the din din-itig
itig din-itig room in "ed and white.
A huge bell had been arranged
hanging frora the center of the -han-
delier. from which tiie prevailing col colors
ors colors were gracefully festooned, forming
a perfect bower of loveliness. The
drawing room was a mass of chrysan chrysanthemums,
themums, chrysanthemums, roses and pot plants, carry carrying
ing carrying out the color scheme.
In the library the two showers had
been tastefully arranged, the linen on
one side and the miscellaneous on the
other. The linen articles were ar arranged
ranged arranged on a line stretching from one
'side of tiie room to the other, while
the miscellaneous were arranged on a
large table. There were many hand-
some, valuable and useful presents
that any bride would be proud to have
adorn her home.
, The dining room v.-a ; r.cvt: Ij .'jII:"
i in its red and v.-Hite. "V v .! ..-.,;
jwas entirely covered c. i
! cloth of filet lace an.l Vcret!a. pir.t. I::
jthe center stood a large I'rtnii a r -jden
basket filled with Frrch 'Salvia"
over which the bell shaped bower rest rest-'ed.
'ed. rest-'ed. Roses were used In profusion.
Mrs. Pateman was never more
charming than she was in a handsome
embroidered lace with applhjue trim-
messaline. Miss
Paldwin was lovely in a pale blue
manpiisette with blue satin and lace
trimmings, and wearing a large white
beaver trimmed with French plumes
and velvet roses.
Mrs. Hester was beautifully attired
in white silk mull with lace trimmings
over blue satin. Miss Bobby Paldwin
Very bewitchin gly wore a white net
over blue messaline, while Mis Ardie
Paldwin was handsomely gowned in
an embroidered net with pearl trim trimmings
mings trimmings over mustard messaline. and
wearing a larue black picture hat
with e,oM banding. Mrs. McRae, the
mother of Mrs. Hester, wore a hand handsome
some handsome dark blue gown, while Miss
Helen Meltae wore a girlish pink
marquisette with lace trimmings. Mrs.
Hester, Sr.. was charming in a black
messaline. while Miss Lemmie Hester
was lovely in white net over blue
satin. Mrs. Washburn, the mother of
Mrs. Pateman. was handsome in a soft
black and white silk while her daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Mrs. W. F. Scott, was handsome handsomely
ly handsomely gowned in a mustard marquisette
with blue satin and lace trimmings.
Miss Planche Mizelle was very at attractive
tractive attractive in a white net over yellow
Mrs. Pateman proved a charming en entertainer.
tertainer. entertainer. She is not only a favorite
with her young friends but her unsel unselfish,
fish, unselfish, vivacious and happy disposition
universally fascinates the old and
young. A Guest.
Marion-Dunn Lodge N'o. 1?, F. & A. j
M. meets on the first and third Thurs- ;
day evenings of each month at 7:20 I
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M. j
Jake Frown. Secietary. Ad. j
The Ocala Lolge. No. Loyal Or-
it r of Moose, meets each Th ursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build- :
ing, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attenl our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
CHXPTER 0. 13 R. A. M.
Regular ;-r.v cat:ons of the Ocala
Chapter No. IT. R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every rr.onth, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad.
Tulula Lodge No. Independent
Order of Oil Ftlliws. meets every 1
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in j
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit- j
ors in the city Invited to be with us.
A, M. Lansford, N. G. i
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Ad.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:20 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
ing brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C.
Chas. K. Saze, K. R. S. Ad.
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of the World, will hold their next reg regular
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at Yonge's Hall. Every member is
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ways always welcome. B. N. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. ?ae. Cl-rk. Ad.
CliM'imnit LODGK E. V. OF A.
Concordia Ljire. Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
.second Thursday ;-venin? of
month. G;o. L. Taylor F.
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of Evil
Coprritfht. 1911. by Thomas
Th 8torm Breaks.
Till: Ma.Hutlon wbieb th district
attorney prun;r In th sudden
Ind! tment of the president of
the IroquoU i-ompany was pn pn-found
found pn-found and farreacbinj:. The day before
the Indictment wax presented to the
grand Jury nto-ki bepin to tumble
without any apparent cause.
When the warrant for the arrest of
the jrreiit man had been nerved, and
be was admitted to bail to await hi
comlnjr trial, 'here was a feeble rally
In the market, but the rata quickly le le-pan
pan le-pan to desert a sinking ship. The
president under Indictment had ceased
to be a power. There was a wild
scramble of his associates who were
equally piiiltv to save their own skins.
The press, which at first denounced
Stuart, now txldly demanded the wer wer-fjless
fjless wer-fjless prosecution of all the jruilty. and
they hatted the brilliant young district
attorney as the coming man.
For six consecutive days stocks bad
-fallen with scarcely an hour's tem
fKwary rally. Every effort of the bull
operators, who had ruled the market
for the two years past, to stem the
tide was futile. Below the surface, in
the silent depths of growing suspicion
and fear, an army of sappers and mln
ers under the eye of one man were
digging at the foundations of the busi business
ness business world the faith of man in his
fellow man.
Each day there was a crash, an
each day the little financier and his
unscrupulous allies marked a new vic victim.
tim. victim. In the midst of the campaign
for the destruction of public credit
vrhlch Bivens and his associates, the
Allied Bankers, were conducting with
such profound secrecy and such re
markable results, when their profits
had piled up into millions, a bomb was
suddenly exploded under their own
The Van Dam Trust company was
put under the ban of the New York
clearing house. The act was a breach
of faith, utterly unwarranted by any
known law of the game. But it was
When the president of the company
walked quietly Into Bivens' office and
made the announcement for a moment
the little dark man completely lost his
nerve. Cold beads of sweat started
from his swarthy forehead.
"There must be some mistake."
"There's no mistake. It's a blow be below
low below the le!t, but it's a knockout for
the moment. They know we are sol solvent,
vent, solvent, two dollars for one. But they
know we have $90,000,000 on deposit,
nnd we have some big enemies. They
know that the group we have support supported
ed supported have smashed this market, and
they've set out to fight the devil with
fire. They're determined to force a
showdown and see how much real
money is lehlnd us. We can pull
through If we stand together."
Bivens sprang to his feet, exclaiming
"Until hell freezes over!"
The .banker smiled feebly for the
first time In a week.
"Then it's all right. Mr. Bivens.
We'll pull through. They'll start a
run on us tomorrow. Five millions in
cash will meet It. and we'll win hands
down. We have powerful friends.
Our only sin Is our association with
your group. We must have that five
millions in the safe before the doors
are opened tomorrow."
"You shall have It." was the firm an answer.
swer. answer. With a cheerful pressure of the hand
the president of the Van Dam Trust
company left, and Bivens called his
"We turn the market tomorrow or orders
ders orders to all our men. Knock the bottom
out of it until the noon hour, then
turn and send it skyward with a
When Dr. Woodman returned home
that night from one of his endless
tramps among the poor Harriet opened
the door.
Something about the expression of
his face startled her. For the first
time in her life she saw in its gaunt
lines the shadow of despair.
"What is it. papa, dear?" she asked
tenderly, slipping an arm alxmt his
neck as she drew him down into his
favorite chair.
"What, child?" he resionded vaguely.
"You look utterly worn out. Tell me
what's the matter. I'm no longer a
child. I'm a woman now strong and
well and brave. Let me help you."
"You do help me, baby!" he laughed,
with an effort at his old time joyous
spirit. "Every time I tomb your little
hand you give nie new life. Some day
your voice will thrill thousands as it
now thrills my heart. You'll win fame
and wealth for your father. You shall
care for him in old age. I'm not mis miserable.
erable. miserable. I've really had a good day.
I've spent the whole afternoon super superintending
intending superintending the distributing of flowers
among the hospitals. I saved a kid's
lif with a Slower. His father used to

work f r.u in t'K- o' t d-iy. T!;v
fi':d me to fii! to him. T1ire
v, no h'uf II fml tp'i civen rp
to die. I gnve hh:i n frrvznuit wh tn
ptMlr. Hi thin. f I-h fiu---r. grasp-
ei it ea:rriy. In ; !i hi life Ii h.-.d
ii!ver hM t!o'--r i:i his hind !f'v
He presd it tu his lips, his snl thrill
ed at its svi-'t o lor. s::id fh little tire 1
spirit cH:ri stai-'trering back frni the i

mi-ts of fternity just to see what it
mMnt. lie will live."
The Girl's arms slipped around his I
neck in a tihtenin hold, and she j
ment In silence.
"Papa, dear. It's no ns trying to
deceive me. I've the right to know
what is troubling you. I'm not a
child. You must tell me."
"Why. It's nothing much, dearie."
he answered trently. "I'm worried a
little about money. I've a note due
at the bank, and they've called on me
unexpectedly to meet it. Bat I'll
manage somehow."
"I'll give up my music, go to work
and help you right away."
The father placed hi band gently
over her Hps. and the tears sprang Into
his eyes In spite of his effort to keep
them back.
"Don't talk sacrilege, my child. Such
words are blasphemy. God gave me a
man's body for the coarse work of
bread winning. He gave you the su supreme
preme supreme gift, a voice that throbs with
eloquence, a power that can lift and
inspire the world.
"Promise me, dear It's the one wish
of my heart, the one thing worth
working and struggling for promise
me that you will never stop until the
training of your voice is complete;
that no matter what happens you will
oley me in this. It is my one com
mand. You will obey me?"
"Yes. papa. I promise, if It will
make you happy."
"It's the only thing I live for. All
I ask is that you do your level best
with the gift of God."
"I'll try. papa dear." was the quiet
answer as she kissed him again and
softly left the room.
Harriet had scarcely reached her
room when Adams, the cashier of one
of the allied banks, who owed the
doctor for three months' rent, entered
the library with quick, nervous tread.
"I've news, sir." he said excitedly.
"I've a big tip on the stock market."
The older man grunted contemptu contemptuously.
ously. contemptuously. "es, that's what ails you, I know.
You've been getting them for some
time. That's why you owe me for
your rooms. That's why there's some something
thing something the matter with your accounts."
"1 swear to you, doctor, my accounts
are clean. I've bought a few stocks.
I've made a little and lost a little.
I've got the chance now I've been
waiting for. I've a real piece of In Information
formation Information from the big insiders Who
are going to make the market tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. I got it from Bivens' private
secretary. The little weasel has mtde
millions on this break, and he has
been selling the market short for two
weeks. Tomorrow morning he Is go going
ing going to smash it for the last time and
at noon throw his millions on the bull
side. The market will go down three
points on the break in the morning.
It will jump five points In ten min minutes
utes minutes when it turns the other way.
There are stocks on the list that will
recover ten oiuts before the market
"Bivens is going to do this?" the
older man interrupted. "Then it's a
trick. It's a lie. Take my advice and
do just the opposite from what you
understand. Bivens will sell out his
partners in the deal."
"Man. he can't sell out!"' the cashier
Insisted. "It's his own deal. He's In
It for all he's worth!"
The doctor rose with sudden excite excitement.
ment. excitement. "Adams. thl is the first time in my
life I've ever leen tempted to buy
stocks. I'm in desperate need of
money. I've a note for $.1,000 due.
I've $2,000 set aside to finish my little
girl's musical studies. I've got to
meet that note somehow, and I've got
to have the money for her. It looks
like a chance. 111 go in and watch the
market tomorrow."
"If it don't net exactly as I say don't
touch It. If It does, go in for all you're
worth. If stocks start down as I say
they will, sell short, cover at noon and
they buy for a rise. Don't listen to
fools just buy. buy. buy! You can sell
before the market closes and make
"I'll drop Into a broker's office and
watch tl.e market oieu. anyway,
Adams. Thank you."
The next day the more optimistic
traders on the stock exchange expected
a change in the market. Stocks had de declined
clined declined for two weeks with appalling
swiftness and fatality. Every hour had
marked the ruin of men hitherto bul bulwarks
warks bulwarks of solidity. Experienced men
reasoned and reasoned from experience
that there must be a turn somewhere.
The bottom surely had been reached.
The time for a rally had come.
Stuart slept late. He was up until 1
o'clock writing a reply to a peculiarly
venomous attack on his integrity which
a morning paper had printed. The
writer had boldly accused him of be being
ing being the hired tool of the group of finan financial
cial financial cutthroats who were coining mil millions
lions millions out of the ruin of others in the de destruction
struction destruction of public faith.
His reply was simple, and his con concluding
cluding concluding paragraph was unanswerable
except by an epithet.
"My business is the enforcement of
justice. I am the servant of the people.
If Wall street cannot stand the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of law so much the worse
for the street. It is no affair of mine."
Dr. Woodman hurried downtown to
the office of a friend on Pine street, an
old fashioned banker and broker whose
Moose meet Thursday evening1.


"If youv got a dollar, nail it up.
name had always stood for honesty and
fair dealing and conservative business.
It was half an hour before the stock
exchange opened, but the dingy little
office was packed with an excited
crowd of customers.
The doctor followed old Dugro. the
head of the firm, into his private office
and asked his advice. He got it sharp,
short and to the point.
"Go home, doctor, and stay there.
This market is no place for an ama amateur.
teur. amateur. It's all I can do to keep the wolf
from my door in these days."
"But I've received some Important
"Keep it dark." old Dugro scowled.
"Don't tell it to your worst enemy. If
you've got a dollar, nail it up and sleep
on the box."
"But I've some information I think
I'm going to act on and I want to open
a small account with you."
"All right. I've warned you," was
the grim answer. "I wish you good
The doctor drew his check for $2,000
and smilingly took his place among the
crowd before the board.
The ticker would tell the story in the
first hour. If stocks should sell off
three points before noon, he would
know. He determined to put this to
the test first. He would not sell the
market short. He would be content
with the big jump the market would
make upward when it started.
As the noon hour drew near the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's heart was beating like a sledge
hammer. Bivens' program had been
carried out to the letter. Stocks had de declined
clined declined for the first hour a point, and in
the second hour suddenly smashed
down two more points amid the wildest
excitement on the exchange.
The moment to buy had come. The
doctor was sure of it Stocks had
touched bottom. The big bear pool
would turn bull in a moment and the
whole market would rise by leaps and
He called old Dugro.
"Buy for me now Amalgamated Cop-'
per, the market leader, for all I'm
The broker glared at him.
"Buy! Buy in this market? Man.
are you mad?"
"I said buy!" was the- firm answer.
"What's the limit?"
"Not a share without a stop loss or order
der order under it."
"Well, with the stop?"
"I'll buy you 400 shares on a four
point stop."
"And when it goes up five points?"
the doctor asked eagerly.
"I'll double your purchase and raise
your stop, and every five points up I'll
keep on until you are a millionaire!"
The old broker smiled contemptu-,
ously, but it was all lost on the doctor.
"Do it quick."
The order was scarcely given before
it was executed. Dugro handed the
memorandum to Woodman with a
"It don't take long to get 'em today!"
The words had scarcely left his lips
when a hoarse cry rose from the crowd
hanging over the ticker.
Copper had leaped upward a whole
point between sales. A wild cheer
swept the room. For ten minutes every
stock on the list responded and began
to climb.
The doctor's face was wreathed In
smiles. Men began to talk and laugh
and feel human for the first moment
in two weeks.
Dugro grasped the doctor's hand,
and his deep voice rang above the
"You're a mascot! You've broken
the spell! For God's sake stay with
Suddenly another cry from the
crowd at tne ticker. The boy at the
board sprang to the instrument with
a single bound, his eyes blazing with
excitement, nis cry of "Down!" pierc pierced
ed pierced every ear in the room with horror.
The panic had come.
In ten minutes stocks tumbled five
points, and the doctor's last dollar was
swept into space, while the whole mar market
ket market plunsed down. down, down into the
abyss of ruin and despair.
Men no longer tried to conceal their
emotion. Snne wept, some cursed,
some laughed; but the most pitiful
sicht of all was the man who could
do neither, the man with white lips
and the stranjre. hunted expression in
his eyes who was looking death in the
face for the first time.
A full quarter of an hour of the panic
had spent itself before the dazed
crowds in the broker's offices read the
etartlincr news that caused the Die

bretiS. TIi ti' ker !ire!;ed its ujn'e
alov the sttrrni's din like a Hrt'.e
lauirl'i demon.
"The Van Djini Tnit Cmp:ny Ha
Closed ?ts Trs :iid Ak -d For the
Ap:ointn;ei!t of a IJe'-eiver!"
Bivens bad not kept his solemn
pledge. T! preat bank had stood the
run for tw hours and closed its d4ors.
And the work of destruction had. just
At oelo-fc the doctor walked out of
Dugro's offi without a dollar. He
felt aim happy by contrast with the
fools he left shnffliner over the floors of
Ducro's office.
His own sense of loss was merely a
bitrr. The revelation he had just had
of the mad lust for money which had
begun to possess all classes was yet so
fresh and startling he could form no
adequate conception of his own posi position.
tion. position. It was rot until he entered his own
door and paused at the sound of Har Harriet's
riet's Harriet's voice that he began to realize
the enormity of the tragedy that had
befallen him.

(Continued Monday)
Lucas County.
City of Toledo. ss.
State f fcaio,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that b
is. senior partner of the firm of F j.
Cheney & Co.. doln? bus'n fn th.
city of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm will mt th
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
De cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Care. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern Internally
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Send for testimonials free.
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Sold by all druggists, 75c Take
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R. E Ton are & Co. are azaln In th
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highest recommendation."
For Sal Hy Aatl-SXonopoly Drugstore

Temple Urges the Grower to Demand a Dollar a Box on the Tree
Market O. K.

(From the Tampa Times.)
General Manager Temple of the Florida Citni3 Exchange is firmly of
the opinion that there will be a number of "busted" orange speculators in
the state if the growers will now adopt the wise course of sitting tight
and holding their fruit until it is worth something, which happy period
Temple points out is bound to come when it is fully ripe.
Mr. Temple believes firmly that the rushing of green. fruit to the
northern markets as soon as the gates were down on October 1 was a
scheme on the part of the small speculators to break the market. How
successful it was is known to all.
Sees Scheme of Speculators.
The market once broken, the small speculators flooded the markets
with letters offering fruit at $1.25 to $1.40 a box, November and Decem December
ber December delivery. To make good on this they must buy the fruit at prices on
the trees not to exceed sixty cents a box. At this very moment they are
scouring the back counties of the fruit belt trying to do this, and filling
the air with lies about how the exchange has broken down the market and
intends to keep it down for the balance of the season.
Chase points out that the only way to handle these fellows b to re refuse
fuse refuse them fruit at less than a dollar a box on the trees. He firmly believes
the prices will go up and that there will be a good market at good prices
for all the good fruit the state will produce. There will be no market
for green fruit and but little for poor fruit.
Predicted Green Fruiters' Action.
"During the closing days of September," said Temple this morning,
"we predicted, in an interview in The Times, that we feared a number of
short-sighted dealers who were without accurate market information
would take advantage of the loopholes furnished them at the Gainesville
convention, and begin shipping out large quantities of immature grape grapefruit.
fruit. grapefruit. We knew that if they did do this they would demoralize the grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit markets of the country.
"We further stated that the indications pointed to the shipment of
500 cars of grapefruit by these little operators during the first week of the
month. We said also that if they adopted that policy and continued the
reckless and indiscriminate shipping of immature grapefruit we would
see grapefruit sell as low as $1 before Christmas.
"In point of fact only about 200 cars were shipped during the first
week in October, for which, in the language of Mr. Post, 'there was a
reason'. Practically all over the citrus belt of the state it rained almost
the entire first week of October, so it was almost impossible to pick fruit
and in spite of this about 200 cars were moved, which shows most of
these 200 cars were picked and ready to move before the open season pro provided
vided provided for by the Gainesville convention.
Grapefruit Sold at Forty Cents.
"Now it is a notorious fact that grapefruit did sell as low as forty
cents a box, delivered in Philadelphia in October. If the movement of
200 cars produced this result, what would have been the result had weath weather
er weather conditions permitted unlimited shipments by the minor factors havirig
such plans in view? We maintain that the position taken by us in that
interview has been amply justified by the results.
"The unfortunate part of that interview, however, is that it has been
so garbled and distorted by the same parties whom we hold responsible
for the conditions we fear that they have led many growers to believe:
"First That the exchange caused the downfall of the markets.
"Second That said downfall would continue.
In point of fact at the same time green grapefruit were selling in
Philadelphia at forty cents a box, the exchange was marketing sweet,
well colored grapefruit at $3 a box, f. o. b. packing house in Florida.
The exchange has not taken a single order for grapefruit up to the pres present
ent present at less than $2 a box f. o. b. packing house, and has been steadily
marketing sweet oranges at $2 per box f. o. b. Florida, in the face of a
flood of quotations from small independent operators ranging from $1.25
to $1.35 per box f. o. b. Florida for November and December shipments,
quotations guaranteed against decline.
Growers Should Hang On.
"The object of this interview is to assure the legitimate growers of
the state of Florida that the market has not gone to pieces for good fruit
and that there is not the slightest danger it will go to pieces for good
"Any grower having oranges on the trees who sells them for less
than $1 a box on the trees will be making a foolish bargain, because they
will be well worth that and more wften they are really ripe and ready to
ship. Any grower who allows the little fly by night dealer to talk him
into the belief that market conditions, present or prospective, are such
that he needs to sell his fruit to them at any such foolish prices as sixty
or seventy-five cents a box on the tree is simply falling into the trap these
little irresponsibles have cunningly laid for him by deliberately producing
the present ruinous prices for green fruit which the irresponsibles have
themselves brought about by shipping the green grapefruit with this
very object in view.
"We have too much confidence in the common horse sense and
shrewdness of the Florida orange grower to believe he will allow himself
to be taken advantage of by any such transparent skin game as this.
"Your oranges and grapefruit are not costing you a cent hanging on
the trees. Let them stay where they are until they are ripe, and when
the ripe fruit begins moving to the great markets in ample quantities and
enters into competition with the sour early navels California is preparing
to ship, you will realize the true benefit of the action of the Florida Citrus
Exchange along these lines.
Will Ruin Some "Tin Horn."


BELOW we show One of the Six New Models of the Hudson Cars for 1913.
These Silent Cars will Appeal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The
Cars are now ready for delivery and our Demonstration Car is at Your
Service. The prices are F. O. B. Detroit, and each car is Fully Equipped with
Tops, and Top Boots, Wind Shields, Speedometers, Five Electric Lamps, Electric
Self Starters and Demountable Rims. The Motors have all Working Parts En Enclosed
closed Enclosed and are Absolutely Silent. Call at the Garcflc for Demonstration

In this Advertisement We will Show from Time to Time, All of the Different Models of
the HUDSON 1913 Line. The Car Shown herewith Is the New Model "37", Touring
Car, Five Passenaer, Four Cylinders, and we will be Pleased to (live Yon aDemonsfrat-

ion u yon are inieresieo. :-:

REMEMBER that we have the Largest and Handsomest Fire Proof Garage in
the Central Portion of Florida, 10.000 Square Feet of Floor Space, and
we Care For and Store Cars.
Our Repair Department is the Best Equipped in the City
With Skilled Workmen Who Know Their Business and
the Most Modern Machinery and Tools
A Full Line of Automobile Sundries of all Kinds in Stock

Phone 76


S. J. Pyles. Mgr.



Thursday Thanksgiving Day will
be hospital day in Ocala and at the
fair. Pretty red cross nurses will be
stationed at prominent places through throughout
out throughout the business section of the city,
as well as at the fair grounds, to re receive
ceive receive donations for the handsome new
Marion County Hospital, which Is now
in the course of construction. This
work is under the auspices of the
auxiliary board of the hospital man management,
agement, management, and the proceeds are for the
charity ward.

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.



The market formerly Known as the
Oilie Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
and 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.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.


Moreover, you will then find a lot of little tin horn Florida orange

speculators ruined and out of the deal endeavoring to buy your oranges
at ruination prices which they will have to do to fill the orders they have
already taken with the calm assurance that they can fool a "cracker" to
give them his fruit for nothing to fill these orders on which they depend.
"The Florida citrus undustry is all right; the market is all right for
ripe fruit and will be all right. You produce the finest, juiciest, sweetest
fruit in the world and you are entitled to a good price for it. You will
get it if you ship when it is fit to ship.
"We will admit that the consuming trade at the other end won't
take and won't pay for green, sour Florida oranges, and we will admit
that the Florida Citrus Exchange is responsible for this condition, and we
are proud of it. 'If this be treason, make the mo?t of it.'

In damp, chilly weather mere Is al always
ways always a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience Its great re relieving
lieving relieving power In rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply It at the first
twinge. Price, 25c, 50c. and $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.


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
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.

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



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
strong1 and well." Is best for child children
ren children and contains no opiates. For sale
at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

All men want to srt-t money; misrhty
few want to earn It. New York Press.


i' i u i u i y

The boy's appetite Is often the
source of amazement. If you would

(have such an appetite take Chamber

lain's Tablets. They not only create a
healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and enable it to do its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers. Ad.

The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.

Masons meet Thursday night.

European Plan $1.50 per Day and Uq-Ward
A. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr. TUOS. M. WILSON. Prop, and Mr



Photographer Irrltcd In Peatering
the Nest Prenident
Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 23. President-elect
Wood row Wilson had a live lively
ly lively dispute yesterday with an Ameri American
can American photographer which almost led to
the exchange of ulows. The photo photographer
grapher photographer took a snapshot at Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson In spite of his prohibition. Mr.
Wilson thereupon angrily exclaimed:
"You are no gentleman. If you want
a good thrashing keep that up. I can
take care of myself in these things. I
came here especially to avoid photog photographers."
raphers." photographers." Mr. Wilson passes the greater part
of his time in bicycling In the vicinity
of his residence.
Suit cases and trunks. The largest
line in the country, embracing every everything,
thing, everything, at Goldman's. Why Pay More?
Ad. ll-23-3tdltw
I can save you money on every pa'r
of trousers. Large stock of new style
winter goods. B. Goldman. Why Pay
More? Ad.
Could We Afford
To positively nuarintee WHITE
CLOVER FLOUR if we did not
KNOW thjt it is near r-rtect in
every detail and particular .is the
science of milling could proil'iee.
Rettcr hrcad. biscuits, rolls, pie
and p.iMry will be the inc liable re remit
mit remit from using (
White Clover Flour
For All Turposes, Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
The very acme of quality In
la always to be had here where qual quality
ity quality and close prices go hand In hand.
We will convince you that this la the
market for you to patronize If you will
but grant us the trial. Phone 108.
"Queen ot Sea Routes"
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Iioston and Providence
Fine steamers; best 'service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Flnent Coatnlse Trip the World



How to Care for Both With the Least
Work and to Clean Them
Without Injury.
There is nothing thst repays one
more for careful washing and drying
than glass. First one must have a
bowl of warm water softened with
dissolved soap, which makes a very
good lather. Too hot water should
not be used, as !t might crack the
Have a bowl of clean water to rinse
the glass In after washing it and if a
very fine polish be desired on It have
a third bowl of cold water with a lit little
tle little ammonia in it. Wash each arti article
cle article separately, rinse it well and dry
with a soft glass cloth, which should
be made of linen or little, fluffy par particles
ticles particles will stick to the glass and spoil
the appearance.
When it is washed and dried polish
with a leather kept for the glass or
with a silk handkerchief or with some
soft tisue paper.
How to Clean Silver Have an
aluminum pan containing about two
gallons of cold water. In this dissolve
a piece of washing soda about the
size of an egg and heat the solution
to boiling point. Drop into thi3 the
silver to be cleaned, taking care to
keep the whole at boiling point. Let
the silver soak for three or four min minutes.
utes. minutes. Lift out with a wire spoon or
long-handled fork, wash in hot soap
suds and wipe quickly with a perfect perfectly
ly perfectly dry towel. The pieces so cleaned
will be as highly polished as when
This process will neither injure
plated or solid ware. When all the
silver Is finished, if there are any
pieces that do not look white and
clear, rub them with a little dry
whiting and a dry duster, then polish
off with a soft, dry cloth.
To clean a copper kettle rub Its
surface with lemon skin and salt.
Wipe the surface quickly and rub
with a dry chamois skin.
Windows become dimmed quickly
where soft coal is used as fuel. A
good way to clean them is to rub al alcohol
cohol alcohol and polish with cheesecloth.
Coffee stains, even when cream has
been put in the coffee, may be re removed
moved removed from the table linen by rub rubbing
bing rubbing the spots with pure glycerin.
Rinse afterward in lukewarm water.,
Leather can be cleaned very well
with milk. Dust the leather thororgh thororgh-ly
ly thororgh-ly with a soft cloth, then use another
cloth dipped in sweet milk and the
spots vvill be easily removed.
In turning out. jellies, etc., from
molds, wet with cold water the dish
on which the jelly is to be placed;
then the jelly will very easily slip out
of the mold to the center of tho dish.
When Food Durns.
"With too many irons in the fire
some will burn." This old adage often
proves too true to the busy housewife.
She has forgotten to add water to
the cooking food, and the odor of the
burning meat, vegetable or fruit re reminds
minds reminds her of the fact.
When this happens, quickly seize
the pot from the range and immerse
it in a vessel containing cold water.
The steam will escape from the out outside
side outside instead of passing upward
through the food.
Place the food in another pan and
continue cooking or dress to serve.
The most critical person cannot de detect
tect detect a burnt taste in the food. This
ia a suggestion worth trying.
Planking a Fish.
One shad, with backbone removed;
a few drops of onion juice, four heap heaping
ing heaping teaspoonfuls of butter, three ta ta-blespoonfuls
blespoonfuls ta-blespoonfuls of finely chopped pars parsley,
ley, parsley, one level tab!espoonful of salt, a
few grains of red pepper, two table- j
spoonfuls of tomato catsup, a few
slices of lemon. Wipe the shad; place
skin side down on hot oak plank;
sprinkle with salt and red pepper;
spread with butter; cook in hot oven
for half an hour; spread with the
chopped parsley and tomato catsup;
garnish with seasoned hot mashed po
tatoes, pressed through a forcing bag J
and tube; also lemons, cut In shape!
of crescents and dipped in chopped j
parsley, and sprigs of parsley. j
To Keep Flatirons From Rusting.
To keep flatirons from rusting when
exposed to dampness, meJt paraffin to
the depth of half an inch in pans
large enough to hold two or more
irons. Wait until it is nearly cold
and then put the irons in. In that
way they will not sink to the bottom
of the pan. Irons treated in this man manner
ner manner have not rusted when left six
months in a closed house.
In case you have no paraffin, greas greasing
ing greasing the irons thickly and wrapping
them in newspapers will serve the
same purpose.
Dutch Toast.
To make Dutch toast, aays an ex exchange,
change, exchange, take slices of very stale or
hard bread and toast the same in the
oven until brown. Dip the slices in
boiling water and set in the oven
again until as crisp as desired.
Inexpensive Mattress Covering.
The inexpensive spring beds have
no covers and often disfigure the mat mattress
tress mattress by streaks of rust. A cover of
heavy, unbleached cloth, made large
enoujh to tie down at sides and corn corners
ers corners '-vill save the mattres3.

cicala ortiii:rx rates

To Cbiltlrrn'N Day at the .Marlon Conn-
ty Fair Friday, Nov. 29
Tickets to be sold for morning- train j
only, on Nov. 20th, and limited to date j
of .sale. Round trip from stations be- f
low as follows: I

Whole Half i
.$1.00 .30 ;
. .05 .30 j
. .S3 .45
. .70 .33 j
. .60 .30 j
. .30 .23
. .40 .20
. .20- .10

Penile .
Day Lake
Silver Springs
I have a full stock of every kind of
ammunition. D. Goldman. Why Pay
More? Ad.
Double barrel hammerless guns.
Remingtons, for the price of a cheap
lj?un, at Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
Suit cases and trunks. -The largest
line in the country, embracing every everything,
thing, everything, at Goldman's. Why Pay More?
Ad. ll-23-3tdltw
TVn thousand dollars worth of un-
j redeemed pledges and drummer's
samples, at special prices, as I am
(overstocked with them and must reduce
the stock.
at Goldman's. Why Pay
More? Ad.
I can save you money on every pair
of trousers. Large stock of new style
winter goods. R. Goldman. Why Pay
More? Ad.
Tarker fountain -ns, the stlf stlf-fllling
fllling stlf-fllling kind, at R. Goldman's. Why
Pay More? Ad.
Arkansas Chin & P"ever Tonic, 25
and 5u cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Rest for coles and lagrippe.
Tydings & Co. Ad.
I make the most liberal loans on all
articles of value. R. Goldman. Why
Pay More? Ad.
General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
I am offering the following koo1m,
to the wholesale trade only:
Kins? Apple, per barrel 4.00
York Imperial Apple, per Mil... 4.50
Hed GanOM Apple, per bhl 4. 2.1
Cape Cod Cranberries, per erate.. 2..10
Celery, per dozen bum-he .NTi
Carrol, per crate 1
Fine Canadian Turnip price on
Maliiga Grape, per kee. .$4.r0 to 5.00
Ited Onion, KM) lb. ack 1.0.1
Yellow Onion, lOO lb. sack 1.70
Virginia Cabbuee, per crate 1.6."
Xew York Cabbajje, double crate. l.JH
Special attention Riven to out of
town shipping order. Freh stork al al-nn)M
nn)M al-nn)M on hand. Telephone -!. et
door north of Florida Auto Sale Co.,
North Magnolia Htreet, Oca la, Fla.
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Phone 351 Stall No. 5
Cily Market
Funeral DirecSors
Undertakers and Emfcalracrs
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
l. E. McIYER and C. V. RORERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 303
Undertaking Office 47
We buy, sell or develop business
properties, city and suburban. Euild Euild-ins
ins Euild-ins lots and suburban farm and truck trucking
ing trucking land. Write or see
American National Hank Bnildinfir,
We Have a Car for You
In selling new cars we have taken
excellent cars in exchange, all com completely
pletely completely equipped and guaranteed in
perfect share. They will be sold
away under first cost and real value.
Let us send you price list; we can
save you money.
State Distributor for American.
Haynes. Marion. Regal Cars
and Indiana Trucks
Ol:i Main St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
Phone 237

The "Corn Man" Joins I H C
Service Bureau.

Co-Operation Movement for Larger
Crops, Better Roads, More Pros Prosperous
perous Prosperous People and a
Better Nation.
This marks the beginning of a new
and greater business service. It is a
co-operative movement for larger
crops, better roads, happier homes,
more prosperous people, and a richer
and better nation. That Is to say,
the I H C Service Bureau proposes to
help do for all the states and for Can Canada
ada Canada what Hclden has done fcr Iowa.
After considering many offers, and
after an investigation of the company
and its wcrks, Professor Perry G.
Ilolden has entered the service of the
I H C Service Burer.u at Chicago.
Professor Holden is known wher wherever
ever wherever real agriculture is known. His
whole life is one of service. He orig originated
inated originated the idea of carrying informa information
tion information direct to farmers. He is the fa father
ther father of the demonstration train, short
school courses, the corn show, county
demonstra'ion farms, and the National
Corn Exro-'irn. As head of the ox ox-tension
tension ox-tension cu ji nrntnt cf Iowa State Col College
lege College of A- ricultnre he did a wcrk
which, Senator Cummins says, up to
the present time has increased the
wraith of Iowa S30.CCO.000.
The object of the I H C Service Bu Bureau
reau Bureau is the promotion of agricultural
education, and a co-operation which
will tend to raise the whole tone of
commercial, industrial and farm life.
Since agriculture is the basis of pros prosperity
perity prosperity and progress, naturally farm
problems claim first attention. The a;m
Is hipher efficiency, both on and off
the farm.
To do a big woik a big organization
Is necesscry. Not only tre bieners.
tut the perfection of the International
organization as well appealed to Pro Professor
fessor Professor Holdon. The big general agen agencies,
cies, agencies, scattered all over the United
States and Canada; the salesman,
travelers and expert machine men:
the 40,00 dealers every one, so far
as possible, is to be made an apostle
of tetter farming.
For yfrs the Inte-rztionM Har Harvester
vester Harvester Company has realized the Im Im-rrr'rrce
rrr'rrce Im-rrr'rrce rf -f rvire. It hns s'ent mil mil-H
H mil-H Tc of dol' v the perfection of la-bor-5av?ng
machine?, and new the
conprny I? rcirg in for direct service
din "t to the frmrc. and direct to
the farmers' children, that the rrn
ard wemen cf tomorrow may be it r-"
capaMe fcrfi fo more prosperous th n
the men ar wrmen of today.
It is no Irnger a theory that if v e
ere to g t the rrot out of life wo
rr"?t r2?c' r-rre e- tore. "Inten
sive fa riirR" is in the cir. It is the
tattle cry of peace and plenty. Hut
rr'i5'-e is the r'Fiilt of min1.
cot irp'sc!e. must know. And
not only that, we must Know v,e
know, and hrow why we know. We
must know coed s?ecd from bad, richt
cultivation from wron?. and the whvs
f.ri! wbercfers cf climates, soiis.
frvits. cattle, horses, poultry, and to
For the?e things the bureau was
established. But the bureau and
Professor Holden see more than an
average increase of a few bushels.
They see a time coming when farmers
will rai?e twice as many bushels of
corn, wheat and oats to the acre,
and like yields of all other kinds of
farm products. They see a time when
farmers and farmers' wives and their
children will think more and work
less. Every bushel raised means just
that much profit, and the profits of
the farm promote commerce and in industry.
dustry. industry. After a period of rood work In Mich Michigan
igan Michigan agricultural college, better work
at Illinois, and a great work at Iowa,
Professor Holden now enters upon a
world's work. While in future Pro Professor
fessor Professor Holden will designate Chicago
as home, h? says he is not leaving Iowa
ho is merely carrying Iowa to the
rest cT the world.

lc jgitk

6. Extracts From -a Usury
The Invitation
"Last week I told a close friend that I would save about ten dol dollars
lars dollars from my wages this month. Yesterday he came to me to see If I
would loan him five dollars. He has another job at better wages, but did
not have enough money to buy his railroad ticket, after paying all he
owed. He promised to send It to me first pay day so I let him have It.
"I saw this advertisement in the paper today:
Would It not be an Immense advantage. In event of illness, or ac accident,
cident, accident, or any other cause whereby you should require a sum of ready ready-money
money ready-money to be able to call for the amount at a bank? We invite you to
come to the Commercial Bank and open an account with 11 or more.
We pay four per cent Interest on savings.
'I am going to make some inquiry about a savings account."


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

court house square,
a Fine Drove of
First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.

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





NORTH OCALA is growing more
rapidly than any other part of the
city. We give below a few few
names of parties who have bought
lots recently: V. E. Harris, J. G.
Ferguson, Dr. E. Van Hood, J. D.
Small, W. R. Peebles, Rev. J. B.
Ley, J. S. Grantham, Mrs. Mollle
Gates, Walter Wells, D. W. Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, J. J. McCranie, J. B. Hays, J.
L. Smith, C. V. McCranie, Dr. A. L.
Izlar, John Dozier, L. M. Sherouse,
E. T. Spencer, Mrs. M. M. Little, M.
Fishel, M. T. Orr, J. Bray, J. W.
Akin. G. D. Hogan, Z. C. Chambliss,
Dr. Walter Hood.
We are now busy subdividing a
tract adjoining the property sold at
auction by us in February, 1911,
and which will be offered for sale on
Monday morning the 2oth of Novem November,
ber, November, for private sale and the remain remaining
ing remaining lots by auction later on. Eight
houses have already been built on
the subdivision sold in 1911 and a
number more are in contemplation ;
on the property and adjoining. If
you haven't been In this part of town
lately it is no trouble to show it to
you." See Mr. Seymour or Mr. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row and examine the plat. It is
good property and you can't invest
your money to better advantage.

! v

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
tne American and European Plans.
mTicax Plan, 12 per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.

Churchill & Co.

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Undertaker Smith, phone3 10 ani 51.
Mr. Gorye .MacKay made a buslnes-s
trij to Holder today.
Initial stationery,
Gerig'a Drug Stores.-
the box at
II. H. Wesson ha.-i (,'one
trij to Winter Haven.
on a bu-
Pure I-NmmI and
ket, phone 471.
.Meat Stall, city
M. ('. IJonh. 11
Mr. anil Mrs. V. O. IJrewer of Ilomeo
were at the Ocala Jlouie last nisht.
Dr. II.
Hill was
Spureon Cherry
at the Ocala House
of Center
last niyht.
wear a
smile. At
for indigestion
Court Pharmacy.-
After a severe spell of sickness. Mr.
C. O. Harris is able to be out again.
I'earl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
Mr. Bruce Meffert sold the first of
the 1013 Ford cars to Mr. W. II. Dick Dick-ley
ley Dick-ley of Lake Weir.
Stop coughing by
Cough Syrup. Sold
Store3. Ad.
using Cherry Bark
only at the Itexall
Mrs. Will Seckinger and little
daughter, MKss Yvonne, of Martel, are
visiting Ocala friends for a few days.
I have a full stock of every kind of
ammunition. IS. Goldman. Why Pay
More? Ad.
Xyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 'IZc. at both Gerlg'a Drug
Stored. Ad.
Double barrel hammerless guns,
Remington;, for the price of a cheap
gun, at Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
A full line of
flower pots at a
Seed Store. Ad.
bargain at
ware and
the Ocala
Parker fountain
filling kind, at B.
Pay More? Ad.
pens, the
Belf Belf-AVhy
AVhy Belf-AVhy White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
I make the most liberal loans on all
articles of value. B. Goldman. Why
Pay More? Ad.
"WANTED A good, reliable woman
to do cooking and kitchen work. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Marion County Hospital.
Going hunting? Have no gun?
not worry. Come to me; I'll rent
one. I). Goldman. Why Pay More?
Do i
All kinds of signs and decorations
neatly and quickly executed by the
Dodge Sign Co. ll-22-3t
Diamonds on credit to persons with
satisfactory references, at B. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
Suit cases and trunks. The largest
line in the country, embracing every everything,
thing, everything, at Goldman's. Why Pay More?
Ad. U-23-3tdltw
Messrs. S. Ti Mathews, Tom Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, A. B. Bates and Charles Everett
left this morning for a hunting trip
in Gulf Hammock.
I can save you money on every
of trousers. Large stock of new
winter goods. B. Goldman. Why
More? Ad.
pair j
style I
For quick signs paintea while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
stand. Ad.
Mr. Clifford Teabody has secured the
plans for the new Air Dome. They are
up to date, and it will be a fine little
theater when finished.
If you wish to reduce the cost of
livlner, patronize the .Pure Food Meat
Mall in the city market. Stall No. 3,
phone 471 .Ad.
Mr. Don Peabody has been on
sick list for most of the week, and
Clifford Peabody has been filling
place in the clerk's office.
WANTED A steady, reliable boy to
assist In work about the house; car carrying
rying carrying In wood, water, etc. Apply at
the Marion County Hospital.
Judge Bell issued marriage licenses
yesterday to Mr. Arthur Brooks and
Miss Mattie Godwin, to Mr. Geo. F.
Holly and Miss Emma Maso.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
Mr. Herman Wershauer of New York
City, an experienced jeA-eler and sales salesman,
man, salesman, has arrived in town and will have
a position with Mr. B. Goldman.
Fair signs painted while you wait.
Two expert sign artists await your or orders
ders orders at the original Dodge Sign Co.
Shop 28Vi S. Magnolia street. Jos. W.
Dodge, manager. ll-22-3t
Every member of the K. of P. wants
to be present at Monday night's meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Representatives from lodges all
over the district will be present.
Ten thousand dollars worth of un unredeemed
redeemed unredeemed pledges and drummer's
samples, at spec'al prices, as I am
overstocked with them and must reduce
the stock, at Goldman's. Why Tay
More? Ad."
John Sullivan, colored, who murder murdered
ed murdered his wife at Cotton Plant last week,
has been arrested and lodged in the
Gainesville jail. Deputy Sheriff Fate
Miller, from the section where the
murder was committed, went up to today
day today after the prisoner, who will be
confined In the Marion county jail till
the fall term of the circuit court.

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Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, chairman of the
civic committee of the Board of Trade,
called the heads of hi sub-committees
together Thursday afternoon and made
arguments for immed'ate and sustain sustained
ed sustained work. All present agreed to get
their respective line.-i of work in shape
and report to Mr. Chambliss Thursday,
Dec. o, at 4 p. m., at which time a
definite plan of action will be laid out.
Those present were Messrs. L. It.
Chazal. C. S. Cullen. Jake Brown, J. R.
Dewey, George MacKay, J. F. Jenkins,
J. D. Robertson. J. M. Meffert and R.
II. Carroll all energetic men of af affairs,
fairs, affairs, and we may confidently expect
to soon see results.
The lemains of Mrs. D. E. Miller
were laid to their final rest in Green-
cemetery Friday afternoon. A
many friends attended the ser ser-at
at ser-at the late home of the departed
The grief of all was deep, for
Miller has gone on her gentle,
way among us for many years.
and only
vered can
those whose heads are sil sil-remember
remember sil-remember back to the days
before she came to be the kind neigh neighbor
bor neighbor and friend on oak-bowered Fort
The committee consisting of Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent Brinson, Principal Work Workman
man Workman and Miss Nellie Stevens have been
busy making arrangements for the
meeting of the state teachers associa association
tion association in the city Dec. 26. Hotel rates
have been agreed on any many other
important matters attended to. Judge
Bullock will make the address of wel welcome
come welcome and Major Izlar is down on the
program for one of his polished and
instructive speeches. Super'ntendent
Brinson will go before the Board of
Trade Monday night, with suggestions
and to see what that body can do to
help entertain the association.
dr. v. ic :. vr.
Speclallt Kje, Kar,
Office, Law Library
Xotte and Throat
BIdg. Ocala. Ad.
The Star is glad to learn that its
capable correspondent at Candler, Miss
mar.,.i10 linn -i,r. hac ,,,.it i n w 1
for some weeks, is steadily recover recovering.
ing. recovering. When you've had the do:
need us. Phones, 20 and 279.
Drug Stores. Ad.
tor, you
The Christian Sunday school orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, composed of beginners, which has
been in training for about two months,
will make its first appearance before
the school next Sunday. There should
be a full attendance.
Miss Marguerite Porter, accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by her friend, Miss Alma Glenn,
returned yesterday from Jacksonville.
During her v'sit to the metropolis
Miss Porter was the guest of Mrs. B.
W. Blount. She witnessed the appear appearance
ance appearance of Mme. Sembrich at the Duval
and enjoyed the performance to an ex extent
tent extent that real lovers of music can un understand.
derstand. understand. r
, S. Doveneau of Dunnellon is here
a visit to his brother, C V. Dev-
eneau. Claude has been engaged in
the laundry business in the Marion
county city the past year, but lias
abandoned that line. lie may locate
here. He would be welcomed by his
old acquaintances. Gainesville Surt.
Miss Beatrice Sinclair returned from
Baltimore Thursday, and will remain
in Ocala visiting her mother until the
first of the year.
Mr. Norton Davis and Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Herrick will return from De De-Land
Land De-Land tomorrow. Davidson College
lost the football game to Stetson by
21 to 6.
Thone the Court Pharmacy for quick
and accurate prescription service.
Telephone 284. Ad.
I will make your
on used guns and
taken in exchange
will pay you cash
liberal allowances
revolvers, when
for new ones, or
for them. At B.
Why Tay More? Ad.
The coroner's jury which has been
investigating the killing at Oak last
Saturday night held Donald Fraser
for murder and Minor Fraser as an ac accessory:
cessory: accessory: Luther Davis, who sold the
booze, is held for running a blind
Parker fountain
filling kind, at B.
Pay More? Ad.
pens the
self self-Why
Why self-Why I
will make your
liberal allowances
revolvers, when
for new ones, or
fo- them. At B.
on used guns and
taken in exchange
will pay you cash
Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
I make the most
articles of value.
Pay More? Ad.
liberal loans on all
B. Goldman. Why
Diamonds on credit to persons with
satisfactory references, at B. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
Going hunting? Have no gun? Do
not worry. Come to me: I'll rent you
one. B. Goldman. Why Pay More? Ad.
The Ocala and Southwestern Rail
way says that it will be even more j
rates to
prove it.
than anybody
the fair, and
else in railroad
is preparing to
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Tarver were re reminded
minded reminded this morning of their thirtieth
wedding anniversary upon the receipt
of a telegram of congratulations from
relatives; in Atlanta.
Mrs. S. E. Gwynn. a sister of Mrs
A. C. Cobb, passed thru Ocala today i
enroute from Clearwater, where she
has been visiting, to her home in j
Alachua. Mrs. Cobb had a pleasant j
visit with her sister while the train
My telephone ha been connected
anil all ortlern nhall be promptly at attended
tended attended to. Phone 471, the Pure Food
Meat Stall Xo. 3, city market. Ad.

The members of the Board of Trade
are requested to attend a call meet meeting
ing meeting Monday evening, Nov. 25. Much
important business will be up for
ment in
has not been an tntertain tntertain-Oeaia
Oeaia tntertain-Oeaia more perfectly planned
and carried out in
every detail lhan
last evening be-
the reception given
tween the hours of
by Mr. and Mrs. W.
to their son. Mr. W.
of Tampa, and his
and 11 o'clock
K. Zewadski, Sr.,
K. Zewadski. Jr.,
beautiful. bonny
"Lamps shone over brave men and
fair women and all went merry as a
marriage bell." The spirit of refined
fun and levity reisned supreme and
yet there was sufficient formality and
dignity to add a note of distinction
and elegance.
The wide veranda was enclosed In
white over which a delicate tracery of
southern smilax ran riot. Dr. and
Mrs. E. Van Hood tendered the first
cordial welcome as the guests arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gerig and Mrs.
C. E. Powell of Kentucky, directed
them to the prettily appointed punch
table, where Mrs. Violet Powers and
Mrs. H. C. Doier served that refresh refreshing
ing refreshing beverage.
Entering the receiving line they
were again made welcome by Dr. and
Mrs J. Walter Hood and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lloyd. Mrs. J. E. Chacw,
handsomely gowned in black velvet
and lace, introduced the throng to the
receiving line. First stood Mr. and
Mrs. Zewadski. gracious and cordial,
who with evident pride presented
their charming new daughter and
their eldest son. Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski. Jr. The gowns of the ladies
were exceedingly handsome and be becoming.
coming. becoming. Mrs. Zewadski, Sr., wore a
black chantilly lace over white satin
veiled in chiffon with ornaments of
pearls and jet. Mrs. Zewad.rki, Jr..
was beautiful in her wedding gown of
white chameuse, paneled and draped
with point lace and embroidered with
I 1 - T iV -
stlu I'earis. ner couiuie a xeo
becom in g and added a touch, of lg-
nity to her -slender, youthful figure,
! her soft, curly hair being piled high
and finished with a white aigrette.
The gentlemen looked handsome and I
distinguished in evening suits with
boutonnieres of white jessamine.
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor conducted
the guests along and introduced Mrs.
I'ark Trammel of Tallahassee and
Judge and Mrs. William S. Bullock.
In the library four dainty pretty de debutantes
butantes debutantes stood, Misses Mary Burford,
Hally Ley, Minnie Stovall and Lydie
McDougal. They were attended by
Messrs. Olaf Zewadski, Whitfield Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, Frank Harris. Jr., and Clarence
Meffert. Mr. aril Mrs. H. A. Water Waterman
man Waterman entertained in this department
assisted by Mrs. E. P. Rertz and Mrs.
:. I j. Carney.
j The entire house was artistically
decorated in smilax and vases of pink
! and white roses which under the glow
of the
very b
soft pink shaded lights was
a'utiful. but in the dining room
Mrs. F. E. Harris and Mrs. O.
T. Green gracefully presided tne
climax of loveliness was reached,
table was laid with a handsome
ported lace cloth over pink satin, cen centered
tered centered with a magnificent cut glass
rose bowl filled with a wealth of Kil Kil-larney
larney Kil-larney roses. At the four corners
were placed silver candlesticks hold hold-ink
ink hold-ink pink unshaded wax can lies. About
the table Were cut glass bon bon
dishes containing creamy pink and
white mints. A delicious .-ilad course
with wafers, salted almonds, sand-
i wiche
w a s
' served.
j A five-piece orchestra played dur dur-.
. dur-. ing the entire evening and was listen listen-!
! listen-! ed to with pleasure. There were more
! than three hundred friends invited by
Mr. and Mrs. Zewadski to meet their
j son and his bride and it is safe to say
that .every one was present. Alto Alto-I
I Alto-I rethr it was a charmintr occasion.
Judging by what we hear the Ocala j
football team has disbanded for the
season. The boys had a rather hard
time of it, and several of their mem members
bers members have been crippled to an extent
that it will take them weeks to en entirely
tirely entirely recover. They are a plucky
crowd and we hope they will get to together
gether together and have better luck next sea season.
son. season. Amateur night at the Temple last
evening was well attended, the house
being crowded. The amateurs showed
up splendidly. Mr. Cra'g sang "Annie
Laurie" with such success that he was
recalled and gave "Auld Lang Syne,"
was was particularly appropriate to
his last appearance. He is a magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent singer and will be greatly miss missed.
ed. missed. Master Emerson Sapp sang with
such success that he was recalled
again and again. Roy Gallant also
greatly pleased the people. Then
came C. Green with a Mandy Punkin Punkin-vine
vine Punkin-vine hat and gown and a billtaft mus mustache
tache mustache and smote the audience violently
upon the funnybone. The prizes had
to be divided between Gallant and
Sapp as it was not possible to tell
which was the most applauded,
pictures were particularly good.
See the black satin pumps just re received
ceived received at Little's Shoe Parlor. They
fit and benefit. Ad.
! -aggage. Freight. Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.


Clear, northeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 6H
Maximum, 73 degrees.
Average. 65 degrees.
Rainfall. .03.
Generally fair tonight and Sunday.
I" It O Gil AM
There will be a fine selection of pic pictures
tures pictures at the Temple Theater tonight
and the Temple orchestra will render
excellent selections between each reel,
a musical treat worth the admission
alone. Doors pen at 6:45, admission
5-10c. Watch for our good things for
fair week, and especially next amateur
Season tickets to the fair, also hack
and auto tickets, will be on sale at the
Court Pharmacy, beginning tomorrow.
ji im;i: hillock
Hon. W. S. Bullock, Judge of the
fifth judicial circu't, acting in place
of Judge James T. Wills, of this, the
eighth circuit, the latter being dis disqualified,
qualified, disqualified, has dissolved the injunction
granted the city of Gainesville on Aug:.
2fth, last, which order was made to
prevent the Gainesville Gas & Electric
Power Company executing a published
notice that it would shut down its gas
and electric light plants on Aug. 31st.
At the present it is the city's time
to move, but no one entertains the
thought that the power company will
shut down the plants, as such action
would work inestimable inconvenience
to its patrons and the city generally.
Gainesville Sun.
nr.i.i. v i.akki: ix ixthodi ce me
Delia Clarke's new comedy, "Intro "Introduce
duce "Introduce Me." which is absolutely new in
theme, bright and laughable through throughout
out throughout and wholesome in every moment,
will be the next play at the Temple.
The story of "Introduce Me" has to
do with tlie misfortunes and domestic
felicity of a young married couple.
George Nichol, an unsuccessful play-
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j l 1LC1, Jltir? tx vtlie Willi iys iiiui t: pllicu
land successful and who writes under
name of Francis Everton, abso
lutely unknown to her husband. She
explains her income that keeps them
in comfort and happiness by saying
that her Aunt Hannah makes her a
bountiful allowance.
The wife writes a book entitled,
"Susan," which creates something of
a furore, and her
;irl chum, Edna
Somers. who is an actress, prevails
upon her to have the book dramatized
that she might star in it. Meanwhile
Aunt Hannah arrives and trouble be begins
gins begins right away. A manager of Mrs.
Nichols calls and is talking business
with her on the sofa, when Aunt Han Hannah
nah Hannah comes in and sees them making
love, as she thinks. A little later Ed Edna
na Edna Somers arrives at the Nichols
home. She is making arrangements
with the husband about dramatizing
the book, "Susan." when Aunt Han Hannah
nah Hannah comes in again; she sees that the
actress is smoking a cigarette and is
j making love to the husband. The
jaunt leaves the room ahd discovers a
bottle of wine in the cooler, which she
thinks is cider; she drink.- it, becomes
tipsy and tells the
was makina- love
hours before, just
the actress. She
has only one cow
acres, and she can'
thin'-r. When the
husband question-
husband that a man
to his wife a few
as he was doing to
also states that she
. two pig and two
t send anybody any any-wife
wife any-wife arrives her
her integrity and
she leaves him.
Tie finale brings the
to-rether asrain, when
(husband and wife
he is
all but overcome with
to know that it is his
astonish astonish-wife
wife astonish-wife who
the book. "Susan."
On Sunday evening Mr. Ley will
speak on the question of mob violence,
discussing, not the fact and act of
Judge Lynch and his court, but the
causes which lead up to crimes which
seem to justify an appeal to that grave
tribunal. He will endeavor to approach
the subject from a sociological stand standpoint,
point, standpoint, and strive not In any sense to
appeal to prejudices, but to the sober,
sane judgment of men who read and
think, and reason, and who have most
at heart the highest Interests of the
community. The main features of the
address will be clustered around "The
Cause and Call for Human Degen Degeneracy."
eracy." Degeneracy." He will appreciate the pres presence
ence presence of a thoughtful public.
From far away Porto Rico come re reports
ports reports of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce Barce-loneta,
loneta, Barce-loneta, writes: "Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is doing splendid work here. It
cured me about five timej of terrible
coughs and colds, also my brother of a
severe cold in his chest and more than
20 others, who ued 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 II. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Ad.
Sealed proposals for carrying the
United States mails. on messenger
route No. 223021 between the postoffice
at Ocala. Fla., and the Seaboard Air
Line Railway depot, each way as often
as required, will be received by the
postmaster until Nov. 24th, 1S12.
Blank bids may be secure from the
postmaster upon application. Bidders
should inform themselves of the
amount and character of the service.
Frank J. Huber, Postmaster.
Just received at
a late shipment of
in s:un metal and
Little's Shoe Parlor,
four-button Oxfords
ratent leathers. Ad.
Attractive banner
street parade. Leave
Trie Dodge Sign Co.
signs for the
orders in time.
A -, t
Masjns meet Thursday night.

Tine Name on ttlne Back
Of the check you make out is positive proof
that you have paid the bill. A returned check
is evidence of payment good in any court in
the land. Open an account with and pay all
bills by
They are the safest way of sending money, the most
economical and the surest to prevent disputes. Don't
hesitate because your affairs are small.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.


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Mr. E. Van Hood, Editor
Who Are Your Daughter's Friend f
Take the question of drink that
evil that goes hand in hand with the
social evlL Certainly, not all women
who drink are immoral. And yet I
have observed that drink is the chief
contributing cause to the downfall of
women more often a cause than an
effect, as so many sociologists have
concluded. This I do know, that many
a girl, though her mind might have
been contaminated, would still have
stopped short of physical surrender
were It not that she was tempted to
drink, became emotional, careless, for forgetful
getful forgetful for the time being. It is the
one needed lever to overthrow a girl's
la3t shred of resistance. If her moral
stamina be intact, she may drink and
escape; if it is not, there will be no
escape for her.
Have you ever Keen a young girl so
intoxicated that she must be haled to
a police court a girl hectic
cheeks and dull eyes showed that the
curse had fixed its tenacles about her?
You know what is going to be the end
of that girl, barring the interposition
of Providence. The end is there,
visualized for her, in the pen filthy
old women, old while they are young;
human debris of the slums; confirmed
alcoholics who find their beds in the
gutters and doorways. They have run
the scale of evil doing. They have sold
virtue, honor, honesty and every decent
attribute, first under the spur of
drink and then in order to satisfy the
drink appetite they have created.
When you pass these harridans with
a shudder, did you ever stop to think
that they were once pretty young
girls, innocent, virtuous, respected?
Did you ever stop to think that there
was a first drink, and wonder how or
why they took that first drink?
You may argue that many parents
allow their children to take wine and
beer. The best to say of them is that
they are playing with fire; though it
is a singular accident that many child children
ren children thus familiar with liquor never
become habitues. But I am speaking
of young girls in whose homes hum humble
ble humble or high liquor is taboo; and also
I have in mind the dangers of surrep surreptitious
titious surreptitious drinking away from the pro protection
tection protection of home.
Civilization has come to a frank ac acknowledgement
knowledgement acknowledgement of the evils that ac accompany
company accompany the use of alcohol. The
schools wage an educational cam campaign,
paign, campaign, laying particular stress upon
the hygienic and economic reasons for
abstention. At home tiie schoolgirl
gets additional warnings: first, last,
and all the time she must abstain from
liquor, because it will destroy her
health and her beauty; especially she
must not touch it outside her own
home because it may cause scandal;
but in particular, she must never take
a drink with a man, because it is dan dangerous.
gerous. dangerous. And rarely does a young girl take
her first drink at the invitation of a
man. That anti-liquor preaching has
placed her on her guard. When she
does start to drink it is almost always
through the influence of some girl
companion. I could give you many
examples, but one or two with suffice.
The young girl was intoxicated. A
policeman had arrested her for her
own safety. She was well dressed,
and did not seem an habitual drinker;
In fact, she told me she had taken her
first drink only a couple of months
The parents of that girl lived in a
suburb. They were heartbroken and
Absolutely dumfounded. It seemed im impossible
possible impossible to them. The'" daughter had
never been out of their watchful care
until six months before, when she
came to the city to take a position.
She boarded now In New York and
went home every Saturday. They
knew she had never tasted liquor
while at home; indeed she had been a
leading spirit In a local total-abstinence
Then the girl's, explanation. For
the sake of economy she was rooming
with a girl friend, a girl known to the
parents and approved of by them. This
girl had many young men friends. She
met them all. Never had one of them
committed an overt act. From time to
time they had taken the girls to table
d'hote restaurants, where wine Is In In-eluded
eluded In-eluded with meals. At first the young
girl I speak of had steadfastly refused
to touch the wine.
You're silly," was the Incessant
preachment of the chum; "why every everybody
body everybody dr'nks a little wine nowadays.
It's half water, anyway, and couldn't
hurt a child. Has it hurt me?"
Apparently it hadn't, as our young
girl admitted. Then went on the
tempter with more convincing argu argument:
ment: argument: "Fellows don't like prudes," she
said. "It throws a damper on things.
They'll stop inviting us out to dinner."
And sure enough there had been
fewer invitations. And then the novice
did drink a little, of the wine. She
found, as her chum had prophesied,
that it did liven things up. She felt
more lively herself, and not at all
conscience-stricken as she had feared.

From wine it is but an easy step to Liniment is cheaper and better. Darap Darap-cocktalls
cocktalls Darap-cocktalls and cordials; and when her n a piece of flannel with it and bind
friend suggested cigarettes as another ; it over the affected parts and it will
harmless step in Bohemianism, our relieve the pain and soreness. For
little girl wasn't at all shocked. With j sale by all dealers. Ad.
the letting down of the barriers, the,
true character of the chum became piles CURED AT HOME

gradually manifest. Since the ex ex-prude
prude ex-prude was equally involved, there was
no need of dissimulation. Step by step (
she led her into worse evils. And thus!

having started with wine our little address, and I will tell you how to
girl was well along the down grade icure yourself at home by the new ab ab-before
before ab-before her parents were awakened. I sorption treatment; and will also send
m m m I ... -

Hallway IteKrulalloii a to Drink
On April 12. 1809, the American
Railway Association adopted a set of
standard rules for operating depart departments,
ments, departments, one of which reads:
"The use of intoxicants by em employees
ployees employees while on duty is prohibited.
Their habitual use, or frequenting of
places where they are sold, is suf sufficient
ficient sufficient cause for dismissal."
Since that time, the word "habitual"
has been stricken from the rule.
These rules were drafted as a guide
to the railways, members of the as association.
sociation. association. Most of the members adopt adopted
ed adopted and bow have the rule In the lan-

guage of the revised form. Some rail railways
ways railways used different language, but
maintained the same principle total
The American Railway Association
comprises now every railway of Im Importance
portance Importance Jn the United States. Canada
and Mexico. It has nearly 250,000
miles of main track and employs more
than one and a half millions of per persons.
sons. persons. This elimination of drink from the
railway service has been followed by
increased efficiency and safety. The
trains are being run on a faster sched schedule
ule schedule and the proportion of passengers
killed or injured has ben steadily de decreasing
creasing decreasing for ten years.

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Much of life's friction Is
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Tearing his shirt from his back
an i
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
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eigh, Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck
with Electric Bitters. "I wa3 in a
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Considering the kind of man she,
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when its foundation Is undermined,
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Many a man who has more money
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Twinges or rheumatism, backache,
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"There could be no "better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My
children were all sick with whooping
cough. One of them was in bed, had
a high fever and was coughing up
blood. Our doctor gave them Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the first
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cannot affect the
Don't waste money Ty buying
strengthening plasters.
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If you suffer from bleeding, itching,
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Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box
P, South Bend. Ind. 22
Notice is hereby given to all cred
ltors, 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 first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep September
tember September 30th, 1912. Mary E. Bogle.
Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
E. Rowe. Deceased.


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.
A. C. Blowers.
H. Cramer.
Geo. A. Blowers.
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:
The name of ihis corporation shall
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
sue!) other points as may, from time
to tirne, become necessary or conven convenient,
ient, convenient, to be fixed in the by-laws of the
This corporation proposes, and is
J empowered.
to transact the following
1. To acquire, by lease or pur purchase,
chase, purchase, lime and phosphate lands, to
lueveiop same, ana 10 sen me prouuets
thereof, as well as the lands or lease leaseholds
holds leaseholds so acquired.
2. To manufacture brick, lime and
cement. commercial fertili?er 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.
To enawe generally in the man manufacture,
ufacture, manufacture, buying and selling of the
above mentioned products, including
concrete blocks for buil ling, 'paving or
other purposes, and all by-products
4. To deal in any and all kinds of
real estate, by purchasing, holding, im improving.
proving. improving. to rent, developing
and selling same, or products there therefrom,
from, therefrom, and by doing any and all things
incident to such business.
j. To deal in any and all kinds of
personal property, by buying, holding.
" 'Wl'lZ;n?.Z fX:'?;
machinery, vehicles, automobiles, bl-
cycles, motorcycles and other
su"dl propen
t. To lay out, equip, conduct and
control, on lands it may own or lease
for 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 j,ro j,ro-dnced
dnced j,ro-dnced therefrom.
S. To acquire. own and operate
electric plants and gas plants, manu
facturing anil selling gas and elec electricity
tricity electricity for lighting, heating-. power
rind oilier purposes, and constructing
lines, pipes and conduits for the trans transmission
mission transmission thereof: and soiling- all bv-
products of sucli plants.
j. lo own ana 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 comissary 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 Bell Belling,
ing, Belling, 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-wlt: 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
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 and 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
mill for the srinding of wneat. corn.
t sugar-cane, stone or other thing, on
j "e:iair or the corporation, or otners
ior a compensation.
And to exercise any and all powers
incident to the powers above enumer enumerated,
ated, enumerated, and all other powers given to
corporation in aeneral by the laws of
the state of Florida.
And. in addition to the foregoing
po-rs. the corporation shall have the
power to lease, purchase, hold, sell and
convey, any and all pro:itrty necessary
or convenient to the transaction of any
of said businesses, or which the pur-
j po.-es of the corporation may require.
or which it shall and mav acciuire in
satisfaction or partial satisfaction of
debts flue the corporation, under sales,
judgments or mortgages, or in settle
ment or partial settlement or debt
due the corporation by any of its deb-j
But thi.- charter does not grant, and
shall not be construed as granting, to
the said corporation an- powers that
belontr exclusively to trust companies
or public service or other corporations
under any of the laws of the state of
The capital stock of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be fifty thousand $50,000)
dollars, divided into five hundred (500)
shares of the par value of one hundred
S100) dollars each, ten per cent of
which capital stock shall be paid in as
soon as 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-flve
(25) per cent shall be call called
ed called for at any one time. Property, la labor
bor labor or services may alo be purchased
or paid for with capital stock at a

Mr. Racket Man, Ocala,
Dear Sir:

Please notify the public and especially the boys and girls, that
I have shipped to the New Racket, Ocala's cheapest store, a complete line of
Xmas and Holiday goods. Toys aud Dolls of every description and kind and also
all kinds of goods for gift presents for the grown up people. I hope you have
had some opened up for their inspection. Please have my post office in place,
not later than November 25th, so as the boys and girls can leave their letters tell telling
ing telling me what they desire me to bring them. You will please take charge of all
letters left in my postofFiee. I will let you know the exact day I will arrive in
Ocala to take charge of my post oft ice, and Headquarters at the


Next Door to Schlemmer's Bakery
Yours Respectfully,
P. S. This Paper Will Notify You of His Arrival.

just valuation of such nroperty, labor
or services, to be fixed by the directors
of the corporation at a meeting called
for such purposes.
This corporation shall exist for the
period of ninety-nine years from the
date of its letters patent.
The business of this corporation
shall be managed and conducted by a
president, a board of 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 eball be elected In eueh
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.
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
($109,000) dollars.
The undersigned, A. C. Blowers, who
resides in the city of Pineville, state
of Kentucky, hereby subscribes for
thirty (30) shares of the capital stock
of this corporation. The undersigned.
George A. Blowers, who resides in
the said city of Pineville. hereby sub subscribes
scribes subscribes for ten (10) shares of the cap capital
ital capital stock of this corportion. 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. (Peal).
Geo. Blowers, (Seal).
Witnessed by: F. W. Ditto. Mamie E.
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
1. the undersigned notary public, do
hereby certify that A. C. Blowers, H.
Cramer and Geo. A. Blowers, who are
(known to me to be the persons describ describ-I
I describ-I ed in the foregoing articles of incor incorporation,
poration, incorporation, this day appeared before me.
1 in said county, and each acknowledged
.that he sicrrd the said articles for the
'jrvu?e 'f forming the corporation
; therein named.
i mv hand and official seal.
ithi the 2t!i !;" of o. tober. A. D. 1912.
I "Notary Seal) Mamie K. Fox.
i Notary Public.
! Mv commission expires February 10.
; ::i3.
j Jiidcr, Marlon County. Florida.
tin re: the Matter of Eunice Nixon, an
i infant.
Public notice is hereby given that
the undersigned guardian, will on
lonJav, the lth of December, A.
D. U1U,
at the court house in Ocala. Florida,
between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock
a. m.. or as soon thereafter as prac practicable,
ticable, practicable, apply to the Honorable Joseph
Bell, county judere of said county, for
an order authorizing me to sell at pri private
vate private sale the one-seventh Interest of
Eunice Nixon, an infant, in and to the
following described lands, to-wit:
That part of lot number 5. fronting
on Lake Weir, lying between lands of
C. C. Clements and Amelia W. Turm Turm-ley.
ley. Turm-ley. in section a. township 17, and
range 24. in the county of Marion, and
state of Florida, containing three
acres more or less. L R. Nixon,
Guardian of the Estate of Eunice
Atkinson. Gramlinr A Bur dine.
Attorneys for Guardian.

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Fifth Judicial Circuit f Florida la
and for Marlon Couuty In Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. The Carmichael & Son Company, a
Florida Corporation, Complainant, vs
Amelia Moore, otherwise known as
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 Deeeaher, 1012.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Daily Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 11th day of October, 1912.
8. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla.
Hocker A Duval.
Complainant's Solicitors.
Deed Under Section 8 ( Chapter
4SHM, Lnwn of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that H. Light Light-foot,
foot, Light-foot, purchaser of tax certificate No.
674, dated the 6th day of June, 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
following described property situated
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit: N'H
of ne'4 of se1 of se4 sec 36 tp 17 s
r 26 e 5 acres. The said land being
assessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificate in the name of un unknown.
known. unknown. Unless said certificate shall
be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the
5th day of December, A. D. 1912
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 1st day of November, A.
D. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla,
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. 3112. In a certain cause wherein
H. C. Groves, doing business as the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, is plaintiff,
and B. II. Sanders i defendant, I have
levied on and will on
i Monday, tbc 2nd day of December. A.
D. 1012
the same bein.? a legal sales day, offer
for sale at the west door of the court
house in Ocala, Florida. during the
lsral hours of sale, and sell the same
to the highest and best bidder for cash
, the following described personal prop
erty, iu-wii. jije oay riore, uggy ana
harness. Sold to satisfy said execu execution
tion execution and all costs of court.
J. I. Galloway.
Sheriff, Marion County, Florida.
H. M. Hampton, Plaintiff's Attorney.
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-officlo Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson, Deceased.
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-wlt:
August 7th. 1912.
Robert J. McDonald,
As Administrator Estate of Robert D
McDonald, Deceased.

Pole, November 21st, 1912
Notice Is hereby given that on the
3rd day of December, A. D. 1912, the
city council of the city of Ocala. Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county, Florida, will consider bids
for the paving with vitrified brick
that portion of Fort King avenue, in
the city of Ocala, to-wit: Beginning
with the intersection of said avenue,
on the west side of Main street, thence
running west to Orange street, a dis distance
tance distance of 62S feet and containing: ap approximately
proximately approximately 1636 square yards; also
that portion of South, or Exposition
street, beginning at its Intersection
with the east side of Orange street,
thence west 495 feet to Pond street,
and i containing approximately 290O
square yards. Said bids to be sealed
and filed with the clerk of the city of
Ocala at least five dr.ys prior to above
nraed meeting of said council; said
bids to be made In accordance with
specifications for such paving now on
file at the city clerk's office In Ocala,
Florida. The city council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids ub ub-mitted.
mitted. ub-mitted. j. d. Robertson. Mayor.
R. R. Carroll, President City CounclL
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.
?lot,J.c 1 hreby given that on the
26th day of October. A. D. 1912. the
undersigned will apply to the Honora Honorable
ble Honorable w. 8. 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 legalix
the adoption of one T. P. Lloyd H11L a
minor child of Agnes HilL by the un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. In the event of the absence of the
said judge or in the event of other
business of said Judge shall prevent
the hearing of said application at the
time designated, the same will be
presented as soon thereafter as the
same may be heard. Afraes Lloydi
This September 21st. 1912.
-Nvw,ce ,s hereby Riven that F. J.
, w' Tasua.rdlan of tne estate of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on the
31st day of 51 arch, 1913
file with the county Judge of Marion
county. 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
guardian of said estate. F. J. Webb,
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb II
Titusvllle, Fla., August 24. 1312.
Of Final Settlement and DUrharee
V".Jce. l herby given tnat on the
ts,2,h February, A. D. Ii3
the undersigned will present my ac accounts
counts accounts and vouchers to the Judge of
probate in and for Marion county.
Honda, at his office in Ocala. and
will make my final settlement and will
apply for discharge.
This 5th day of August. A. D. J912
, . , Kate B. Howell.
As Administratrix of Adalade B Chl Chl-som.
som. Chl-som. 11
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!
deceased, to present said claims dulr
?2?efnrm tthe"ndlned within one
year from the date of the first publlca-
list ih" """ 'sJSr-
Ocl Florida. Jan. 10, nix.
r Teevw and GoMSTtMTMto