For All of the Domes
AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
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WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL
In the day time, and feel dull,
lazy and discouraged, you have
every symptom of a torpid
Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acta promptly. The
bilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
stomach is cleansed and
strengthened so that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
regular habit re-established.
It is a splendid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00
Ak tor tboirnolnA with theE4 Z on thm labl. II
you rtniHit gt It, remit to a, wo will -nd by mai I
ftpni. Himmon Mer K-ultor I alio pot op in
iqniit form fur tboia who prrl.tr it. Frica, ei.00 par
U.Ulo. look lor the Bed label.
J. H. ZE111M ft CO., Props., St Louis, Mo.
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
officks ovr:it this
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.
J. E. CHAGE
looms f, lO ami 11, Second Floor,
OCALA FLOKIDA j
G J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans and Specifications Furnished
12 SOUTH Til I III) srilKET
OCALA ... FLOKIDA
W. 0. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
ON A PPTjT CATION
l O. ROX 40 OCALA. FLA
havi? Yorn CAn paixtkd
M'lVER & MAO KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
!. K. McIVER and C. V. RORERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur
veyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com
mission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
"Queen o! Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' & MINERS' TRAXS TRAXS-TOKTATIOX
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SI STEAM-SI 1 1 1' LINES
From Jacksonville to Savannah, Ital Ital-tiiuure,
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Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
II. C. AVERY, Agent,
L. D. JONES. C. A..
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Flnet Conn twine Trip In the World
Hundred of Dead Lie Unbarlrd In the
moody Field Around
Vienna, Oct. 23. The fifth day of
flxhtintf around Adrianople began yes yesterday
terday yesterday at daybreak with an artillery
duel. The line of battle was fifty
mile in length and extends in a semi semicircle
circle semicircle through the Moritza valley from
Ivirk-Killirfnia to the outer works of
the Turk on the west.
IM.e are heavy and hundreds of
bodies are yet unburied. The blood bloodiest
iest bloodiest fighting was around Klrk-KIllls!a.
Bulgarian aeroplanes daily recon recon-noiter
noiter recon-noiter over the battlefields. One as ascended,
cended, ascended, a thousand feet yesterday, the
aviator making a rough draft of the
works on the outskirts of Adrianople.
The Turks directed a steady fire at the
aeroplane but it was out of range.
OprnlnK the Hoatl for the Unitarian
Army to Advance on
Sofia, Oct. 25. Kirk-Killisia has
been captured by the Bulgarian army
which has been fighting against the
Turkish troops for several days. The
possession of the fortress opens the
way for a Bulgarian advance into Ad Adrianople.
rianople. Adrianople. Ill MiIUAS ISKI) TUB I1AYOXKT
Soldier of the Gallant Utile Xallon
Standing I'p to Their Work In
Sofia, Oct. 25. A dispatch from
Klrk-Killi.Hia describes the bloody bat battle
tle battle around that town. After heavy ar artillery
tillery artillery fighting the Bulgarians rushed
forward with fixed bayonets, driving
the Turks toward Adrianople, leaving
many dead. The Bulgarians followed
in good order, keeping up a constant
Wacahoota, Oct. 22. The reception
given by Mrs. T. N. Smith at her ele elegant
gant elegant home on Thursday evening, Oct.
11th, in honor of her nephew, Mr. Retls
Smith and bride, nee Miss Ethel Wat Wat-kins
kins Wat-kins of Atlanta, was the grandest so
cial event in this section of the coun
ty for a long while. Mrs. Smith re received
ceived received her guests in., the hall In a
sweet, gracious manner, making every I
one feel welcome by her cordial greet-
ing and invited them to the reception
room, whre under a gorgeous horse- I
shoe of pink and white roses stood theC.
handsome bride and groom, to receive I
the best wishes of their friends. Re- I
celving with them were Mr. and Mrs.
It. C. Epperson and Mr. Cedrlc Smith
and Miss Loleta Kawls. After the
congratulations were over, a two- I
course wedding supper was served In I
the dining room. Under festoons of j
pink and white roses two long tables
with places for twenty-two guests. At I
the first table were tha bride and I
groom and the receiving party and Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
f. W. Bradley, brother and sister of
the groom. Miss Clarice Watklns, a I
niece of the bride. Miss Winifred red- J
ric and Mr. M. Clancy also occupied
seats at this table. At the other table
was a Jolly party of young people and
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tedric. Pink and
white, the color motif, was carried out I
In all the details. A handsome silver
fern bowl, filled with white geraniums
and asparagus ferns, was placed In
the center of the bride's table, whlleland become acquainted with them
handsome bridesmaid's roses In a bronz
bowl formed the ornament for the
second table. Tall vases filled with
handsome bridesmaid's roses on the
sideboard lent their beauty and frag-
ranee to the already lovely scene. The
menu was superb. After supper the
guests were invited to view the hand-
some presents which were displayed
in the upstairs hall, after which the
guests lingered In the parlor and
listened to the beautiful music render-
ed by a number of talented young wo
men or wandered at leisure over the
beautiful home and visited with their
friends and enjoyed themselves in rheumatic troubles Hall's Texas Won Won-pleasant
pleasant Won-pleasant conversation or bright re- der cannot cure if taken in time and
partee. The ever lovely bride was In- given a fair trial. One bottle often
deed a picture of loveliness In her re-
cepiion aress oi pins crepe ae cnene
with trimmings of applique and
beads made over satin. She is the
youngest daughter of Mrs. J. M. Wat-
kins of Atlanta, and possesses a sun
shiny disposition and a sweet and easy
grace which wins friends for
wherever she goes. And we feel In
deed glad to know we will be so for
tunate as to have her make her home
In our midst. The groom is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Smith and
is a straightforward, manly gentle
man. He Is tall and of handsome
physique and looked indeed handsome
a suit of black. He has made his
hom with hla annt. fra T V Smith
since me aeatn or ner nusDana sev-
era! years ago. looking after her
5iui.iv aim laiviii; wie responsibilities
of a man on his shoulders before he
was more than a boy. Every one who
knows him is his friend. Those from a
distance were Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Smith and two daughters, Jackson
ville; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedric and
daughter. Miss Winifred. Miss Eva
Bauknlght and Mrs. C. G. Mlxson,
Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epper-
son. Misses Lois and Clara Epperson
and Mr. George Edwards. Williston;
Mr. B T MathPW. Tawmv Ml,
Clarice Watklns, MIcanopy; Miss Lo
leta Rawls and Messrs. Charlie and
Shade Rawls, Montbrook; Mr. Michael
Summerfleld, Oct. 23. Mr. H. J. Wall
and son were visitors to Ocala Tues
Mrs. J. M. Harrelson and children,
who have been visiting relatives, re
turned last Saturday.
Mrs. Dr. R. C. Scott and little daugh
ter accompanied the doctor last Sun
day on his visits.
Mrs. J. F. RIcketson, who has been
visittner In Ocala, returned last Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. I Horner, who re reside
side reside on their farm southeast of here,
were Saturday visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Lawton and
son came In last Saturday to transact
business of importance.
Rev. W. J. Nease held services at the
Methodist church here last Sunday.
George Ernst and C. A. Messenger
have purchased from F. II. Simmons
his personal belongings and Interest
in the Colony House. Mrs. Ernst and
Mrs. Messenger took charge of the ho hotel
tel hotel yesterday through appointment of
the Florida National Land Company.
J. F. RIcketson. who for a long time
has been our genial and hard working
station agent, has resigned. Mr. R.
has purchased from J. D. Beatty the
pool room and barber shop and we take
occasion to wish him success.
ASK Vtll H 4WiiHT Mlttfr-IT
There l a Xew Itemed j- that Take
the 1'laoe f Calomel Iteeom Iteeom-mended
mended Iteeom-mended and Guaranteed ly
The Court Pharmacy never sold a
remedy that gave more complete sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction than Dodson's Liver Tone
a mild vegetable remedy for constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, sour stomach and lazy liver.
Folks who have suffered for years
rather than resort to dangerous cal calomel
omel calomel have found after one trial that
this pleasant-tasting vegetable liquid
gives them a long sought relief jvith jvith-out
out jvith-out bad af ter-effetts.
Dodson'.s Liver Tone is guaranteed
by the Court Pharmacy to be a safe
liver stimulant and to be absolutely
harmless without bad after-effects.
You will find many persons In this lo locality
cality locality who have tried it and every user
will speak a good word for Dodson's
Liver Tone. It livens up a torpid liver
and makes you feel fresh, healthy and
The price of a large bottle is 50
cents money back if not pleased. The
success of Dodson's Liver Tone has
brought many medicines into thdi field
that imitate its claims, and some have
name very similar and package same
color, but remember Dodson's Liver
Tone Is guaranteed by the Court
Pharmacy, which will give back your
money if you want It.
We have for sale some first class,
improved Burt oats at our place at
Oak, Fla. 32 pounds per bushel. Price,
$1 per bushel. Orders filled promptly.
Address, Howell & Griggs, Oak, Fla.
SOUTH LAKE WTOR
South Lake Weir, Oct. 23. Mr. D. D.
Peek drove through to Ocala Saturday
on a shopping expedition and return
ed the same day,
Miss Minnie Albertson was elected a
delegate to the Christian Endeavor
convention at Kustls, and she went
down Friday, returning Monday. We
are looking forward to a fine report of
me convention irom .miss Minnie at tne
K. meeting Sunday
Kev. k.. j. Albertson had a severe
attack of acute Indigestion last Sat
urday but his many friends are glad
to see him out again
Mr. D. W. Bugbee returned from
winter Haven, where he had been to
see his orange grove that he bought
last July. He reports It In fine shape.
The orange shipments will begin
next week In earnest as there are or
ders being placed for cars now to
move the shipments. The Lake Weir
grove alone has '6000 boxes and ship-
ments began this week.
The s. A. L. train comes Into South
Lake eir every aay now. No. 22 was
in twice one day this week. Who says
we don't have a daily train?
Mr. W. It. Canova, traveling freight
agent for the S. A. L. Railway, was
here Tuesday, looking over the pros
pects of the freight business and he
Promises to make another visit before
I long so he can get to see each shipper
I Mr. A. H. Foss has not been so well
I this week, but Is on the mend again.
I Quite a number from here attended
the pillau at Stanton last Friday night
Everybody enjoyed themselves until a
I late hour, when they deoarted for their
I nomes, thanking Messrs. Russell Gano,
I Carl Smith, Turney Reed and Fred
mack for a very pleasant evening,
I -Messrs. Cameron ana Harris wert
t callers in our midst this week.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD
I For any case of kidney, bladder or
I perfects a cure. Send for testimonials.
I ur. E. w. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
I Louis. Mo. Sold hv all dmirtricta
1800 acres pine timber east of the
I Oklawaha river in tp. 16 r. 24. R. L.
Mart'n. Ocala, Fla. Ad.
SAVES LEG cr HOY
It seemed that my 14-year-old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account
of an ugly ulcer, caused bv a bad
bruise," wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone,
N. C. "All remfl!M ami rtnotora front
ment falled tm w. Tnpl,w r
i nica aiv am cnrM h m w th
box." Cur hn nn cvi
tions. piles. 25c. at Tydlngs & Co. (Ad.)
HOUSE AND FLAT FOR RENT
For rent furnished or unfurnished,
gas stove with house, most desirable
location. Apply to Dhone 216 or ad-
uress -0- lJ ort ln& avenue. Ad.
-nronic rheumatism contracts the
m"scies. aisions tne joints and un-
amines tne strength. A powerful,
Penetrating and relieving remedy will
e iouna in UALLAKD S S.NOW LINI
MENT. It restores strength and sup
pleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c,
oOc. and 51 per bottle. Sold by all
Don't forget that Norrls candy will
win you a home or end a scran. It Is
always fresh at Court Pharmacy. Ad
j If you have young children you Tnave
perhaps noticed that disorders of the
- 1 stomach are their most common all
ment. To correct this you will And
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets excellent. They are easy and
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
I In effect. Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)
1 TIGER BURIED
l alque and Impolnsr Ceremony Per
formed Jn a lnhHorlaic Town
a Few Day a Ag
Hernando. Oct. 25. The little city of
Hernando witnessed, an unique specta spectacle
cle spectacle in the way of a burial serviee
Monday, being the Interment of the
blind tiger business In this town.
Some two years ago, when J. E. West-
brook was marshal of this place, he
was a particular thorn in the -side of
the blind tiger element, and upon one
occasion raided a den of the aforesaid
animal, and secured something like
ten or fifteen gallons of liquor, beer
and-eider. which lw had kept locked
in a closet In his house until the pres present
ent present time. A few days ago the citizens
of the town, or a majority of them.
came together and resolved to free the
town from the clutches of the blind
tiger business, and as a starter they
decided to have a public Interment of
this contraband liquor. Accordingly a
grave was dug in the city park, and
notice duly posted that burial services
would be held there at 11:30 a. m. on
Monday. Promptly at 11:30 the "de
funct" liquor was loaded into a wagon,
and covered with a sheet, was driven
slowly up Lake stree with the pall
bearers, fourteen strong, marching
solemnly behind the wagon. At the
grave was gathered a vast concourse
of people, men, women and children,
both white and colored, to witness the
solemn ceremony. Upon the arrival of
the funeral cortege at the grave, R. M.
Spires mounted the wagon and in a
short but pointed address, delivered an
eulogy on the "remains." the text of
which was that the blind tiger busi
ness must come to an end In the little
city of Hernando, and that the burial
of these "remains" was a gentle re reminder
minder reminder that those engaged In the ne nefarious
farious nefarious business had better abandon
same at once, or seek greener fileds
and pastures new. At the close of this
address the defunct spirits, which was
in bottles, were consigned to the grave,
each bottle being broken as it went
in. Each one of the pallbearers took a
hand in the bottle breaking, and many
of the ladies and children requested to
be allowed the privilege of breaklne
the bottles as they were thrown in
Even the boxes and barrels containing
the spirits were broken up and thrown
into the grave. Then began the work
of filling the grave. Each man who
had pledged himself to the extermina
tion of the unholy traffic threw in a!
shovel full of dirt, among whom was
quite anumber of the colored people.
who seemed Just as eager to lend a
hand in the burial exercises as the
whites. The grave was filled and nice
ly mounded and a Jug and Dottle plac
ed as head and footstones, the head
stone bearing the Inscription, "Sacred
to the Memory of the Hernando Blind
Tigers. Born, No One Knows When.
Died, Oct. 21, 1912.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as thy cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when
It is entirely closed, deafness Is the re result,
sult, result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
Its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases 'out of
ten are caused by catarrh, which I?
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces. We will give
one hundred dollars for any case of
deafness (caused by catarrh) that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. (Adv.)
SEEDS, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed, Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
A LOG ON TIIE TRACK
of the fast express means serious trou
ble ahead if not removed, so does loss
of appetite. It means lack of vitality.
loss of strength and nerve weakness.
If appetite falls, take Electric Bitters
quickly to overcome the cause by
toning up the stomach and curing the
indigestion. Michael Hessheimer of
Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three
years, but six bottles of Electric Bit
ters put him right on his feet again.
They have helped thousands. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 50 cent sat Tydlngs &
Please remember that you can ob
tain everything you need In the toilet
line at the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
H. M. Beatty, Little Rock, Ark., says:
"For the past two years I suffered
with kidney trouble, had severe pains
across my back and over my hips that
almost meant death to me at times. I
used several well known kidney rem
edies, but got no relief until I used Fo
ley Kidney Pills. These I can truth truthfully
fully truthfully say made me a sound and well
man." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Ad.)
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
For sore throat, swollen tonsils,
pimples on the tongue, gargle m the
throat or rinse the mouth with DAR DARBY'S
BY'S DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID diluted
in a little water. It will quickly restore
normal conditions. Bati.e the skin with
it to reduce swellings, cure Insect bites
or stings, wash out ragged wounds,
old sores or barbed wire cuts. It dis
infects the wound and heals the flesh
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-rjound cakes. 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerlg's Postofflce Drugstores
AUSPICIOUS TIME TO
PAIXT YOUR AUTO
This is the season when you should
have your automobile painted. The
work we turn out looks Just as good as
new and the enamel Is as permanent
and holds Its brilliancy Just as well as
a fateory finish. We are now turning
out several handsome pieces of work
and It would pay you to call at the
shop and look them over. Our up
holstering and covering' department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re
pairs to an entire new Job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works,
W. F. McAteer, Proprietor.
Lake Weir, Oct. 22. The Alexander
brothers, who are prominent business
men of Toledo, Ohio, are guests of
Capt. J. B. Martin for a day or two.
Mr. Lynch of Grove Park has mov
ed his sawmill to Lake Weir and will
saw the lumber up as fast as it is past
using for turpentine purposes.
The ladies of the W. O. W. lodge at
Oklawaha will give an oyster supper
next Thursday night. Oct. 31, at Mr.
John Lewis' store.
A little son and daughter of Mr.
Robert Blair were severely burned
about the face and neck a few days
ago while starting a fire with kerosene
ojL Dr. Henry dressed the burns and
found they were mostly surface burns
and with care would soon heal.
The many friends Dr. Newsom and
family made while camping here on
the lake were sorry to lose them last
Saturday when Dr. Newsom was called
by wire to Ocala to meet a niece from
St. Petersburg, who was coming to
Ocala for an operation.
Miss Tillie Tasteur returned Sunday
from the mountains of North Carolina,
where she had been visitiur relatives
and friends for the last four months.
Rev. Anderson, an evangelist of Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, Ala., held quite an interesting
series of meetings here last week and
would have continued another week
but was called home by the sudden
death of a relative.
Mr. Ernest Blair had a thrilling ex experience
perience experience some days ago with a six six-foot
foot six-foot rattlesnake. His motorboat had
been pulled partly out of the water
all day and when he shoved it out and
started the engine it did not revolve
very swiftly and putting his hand
down by the propeller to remove the
grass, he pulled up the head and about
a foot of the body of a snake, which
had been cut Into four pieces by the
wheel. It measured six feet and had
Mr. N. W. Harrison is visiting his
brother in Savannah.
The work on the new church is
progressing nicely. Mclver and Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay drew the plans and kindly pre presented
sented presented them to the building committee.
Among the generous donations was
$100 in hauling by Capt. J. B. Martin,
who In his quiet way never wants his
left hand to find out his noble deeds
of charity by his right.
SAVED BY niS WIFE
She's a wise woman who knows Just
what to do when her husband's life is
In danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Brain Brain-tree,
tree, Brain-tree, Vt., Is of that kind. "She Insist Insisted
ed Insisted on my using Dr. King's New Dis Discovery,"
covery," Discovery," writes Mr. F., "for a dreadful
cough, when I was so weak my friends
all thought I had only a short time to
live, and it completely cured me." A
quick cure for coughs and colds. It's
the most safe and reliable medicine for
many throat and lung troubles grip,
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough,
quinsy, tonsllltls, hemorrhages. A
trial will convince you. 50c. and $1.
Guaranteed by Tydlngs & Co. (Adv.)
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold for cash or installment. Success
Furniture Co., 59 South Main street,
between city market and steam laun laundry,
dry, laundry, Ocala, Fla. (Ad.)
FORTUNES IN FACES
There's often much truth In the say saying,
ing, saying, "her face Is her fortune," but its
never said where pimples, skin erup eruptions,.
tions,. eruptions,. blotches, or other blemishes dis disfigure
figure disfigure It, Impure blood is back of them
all, and 5 shows the need of Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They promote health
and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at Ty Tydlngs
dlngs Tydlngs & Co. (Adv.)
A good remedy for a bad cough is
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It
heals the lungs and quiets irritation.
Price 25c, 50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Ad.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Somewhere on street between
the express office and Jerry Burnett's
store, an old envelope containing a 20
bill and a check drawn In favor of Mrs.
S. A. Ellis for $4. Finder please leave
same at Miss Affleck's millinery store
and receive suitable reward.
J C. Ray, Winlield. Ala., says: "My
father, T. J. Ray, suffered with kidney
and bladder trouble so bad he had to
use a catheter. Various kidney rem remedies
edies remedies were tried without result, and
finally we gave him Foley Kidney
Pills. In three days he could pass
some water and on the fifth, no longer
needed a catheter. He continued to use
Foley Kidney Pills until entirely
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
FOR SALE AT 175
A SL Louis well machine that will
make wells from seven incnes aown
through any kind of rock. Address,
D. C. Stanley. Belleview, Fla.
Here Is a woman wia speaks from
personal knowledge and long exper experience,
ience, experience, viz:., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil
son, Pa., who says, "I know from ex
perience that Chamberlain cougn
Remedy Is far superior to any other.
For croup there is nothing that excels
It." For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
Strayed from my residence, Saturday
afteraooa, October IStfc, two hounds;
oae black, medium Mixed, aaNvrera to
name of Dram; the other white with
lrnna colored aoota. aaawera to the
name of nigh Ball. Reasonable reward
will be paid for their retara. Ad.
E. P. REVTZ.
"While shopping, stop ana cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money: Just want your company. Ad.
F. A. "Wootsey, a DreaTcman at Jack
sonville. Texas, says: 'I was down
with kidney trouble and rheumatism
so bad I could hardly get up, and had
backache all the time, and was almost
tired of livingr. I sa wan advertisement
of Foley Kidney Pills and after taking:
one bottle I was better, and when
had taken two more I was thoroughly
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad
If Your Straw Hat
Looks too Bad to
Wear longer, Buy
a New one from us.
Our Full Line has
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only . . 10.00
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
I Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 6.50
1 Second Hand Organ, 917. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and C Records, only...
I used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 9.00
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very '.heap at 12JR
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, sort tone, 200 for ...10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00;-for iron beds, 93.3)
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Sforc
A T. Thomas, Pres.
Lake Weir Sand and Crashed Rock
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Pans.
Vmerloar Tlan, 12 per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
KOLD WEATHER KOMFORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when it is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" In this section. Don't fail to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything in our line.
Ocala NoFttlucre IRailFoacD
Effective September 15th, 1912
No 12 leaves Ocala 7:30 a.m.
No 14 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 15 arrives Ocala 11:25 a.m.
No 17 arrives Ocala 6:10 p.m.
S. P. HOLLINRAKE, G. P. A.
J. Thompson, Manager
Sand & Stone Co.
AND 14th ST
No 20 leaves Ocala 8:00 a.m.
No 22 leaves Ocala 2:45 p.m.
No 21 arrives Ocala 11:00 a.m.
No 23 arrives Ocala 5:45 p.n
OCALA EVtXIXG ST AH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912
OCALA EVENING STAR
nittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. It. Carroll, Business Manager.
J." n. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla.. as second class mall matter.
The principle claim of Eugene Debs,
the socialist candidate for the presi presidency
dency presidency to distinction, is that he has
been In Jail. Some of the rest of us
have been in Jail for more reason than
Mr. Debs, but we are not claiming the
presidency on that account.
The dispatches say that the Bul Bulgarians
garians Bulgarians hare captured Kirk-Killisia,
and that Kirk-Killisia is the key to
Adrlanople. We hope so. but we
doubt it. Kirk-Killisia Is about 23
miles from Adrlanople. which place in
ages past has stood some fierce sieges.
Editor Holly of the Sanford Herald
thinks It is the duty of some white
man to kiil Jack Johnson. He says
that if he was in Chicago he would
h'rr.xelf take a shot at Jack. Let 113
all take up a collection and send Edi Editor
tor Editor Holly to Chicago. The Star will
head the list with a dollar.
We have been told by some people
who know other people who ought to
know that the county commissioners
all over the state have put the names
of the democratic electors first on the
ballots to be voted Nov. 5. If this be
true the county commissioners, who
are all democrats, have taken an ad advantage
vantage advantage which the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of any other party would have as assuredly
suredly assuredly taken if they had had the
Just about the most Important mat matter
ter matter for the average citizen of Florida
to vote on in the coming election is
the "proposed amendment to article 12
of the constitution of the state of
Florida, authorizing the legislature to
provide for special tax school districts
to issue bonds for the exclusive use of
the public schools within such special
tax school districts whenever a ma majority
jority majority of the qualified electors who are
freeholders vote in favor of such issue,
provided that no tax thereunder shall
be levied exceeding five mills on the
dollar." Every citizen should care carefully
fully carefully put a crossmark before the "yes"
to this amendment. It will give the
patrons of the public schools a much
greater and more convenient method
of dealing with their own school af affairs.
fairs. affairs. If the people want to bond for
Improved school facilities, they can do
so at once if this amendment becomes
law. If they do not, they will be Just
as well off under the amendment, so
there is no reason for voting against it.
It is the plan and aim of our social socialist
ist socialist friends to turn things inside out,
or as they say. outside in, and Imme Immediately
diately Immediately put the control of all railroads,
telegraphs, mines and all other money money-making
making money-making Institutions in the hands of
the people who do the work instead of
those who own them. A good scheme,
and would be entirely practical if ev every
ery every man, woman and child was a so socialist
cialist socialist and an industrious, honest
worker. As affairs are now, it cannot
be done without a lively and prolong prolonged
ed prolonged altercation in which bullets and
bayonets, knives and clubs, brickbats
and dead cats, would be among the im implements
plements implements of debate, and during which
all of us would be not only unsocial
but very uncomfortable. At the eni,
the weaker would be right where they
are now at the bottom of the heap.
The Star thinks we had better follow
for awhile the present system of be being
ing being robbed, meanwhile getting even
occasionally' by robbing some other
fellow. There is one advantage in be being
ing being robbed by a capitalist: he has been
in the business long enough to know
how and is seldom unnecessarily rough
about it. When it comes the turn of
our socialist friends, they are going to
be quite crude and rough in their
methods for awhile.
That article in the Banner this
morning, telling how Uncle Frank
wasted his love on Mr. Bryan, is
enough to draw tears from the eye of
a needle. Uncle Frank has indeed
been betrayed in the temple of his idol,
and we fear he will never be able to
entirely console himself. Still, he
should not be so hard on Mr. Bryan.
Idols, we are told by observing peo people,
ple, people, who are well acquainted with
deities, both ideal and imaginary, are
Jealous, and prone to perform all kinds
of unreasonable stunts when they
know or think their place Is even in
part usurped. Perhaps, about the
same time Uncle Frank began to write
those elaborate defenses of the Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil Company he omitted to pen
his daily letter to Mr. Bryan, and Mr.
Bryan, reading the one and missing
the other, became reckless of what he
did, or at least not so careful as he
was before. At any rate, we note that
Mr. Bryan began to stray off the
straight and narrow path that Uncle
Frank marked off for him about that
time. The Star prefers to Judge of
Uncle Frank and Mr. Bryan, and all
other men and women it esteems, by
the entirety of their work, and not by
their occasional errors of Judgment,
which do not seem errors to them or
to all their friends. We advise Uncle
Frank to brace up and be cheerful.
There is a chance that Woodrow Wil
son may be beaten, In which event he
will have the grand old "I-told-you
so" chuckle of his life.
Circuses will soon be referred to as
In the past tents.
Boat rockers on the sea of matri
mony deserve their fate.
Most people who live according to
their convictions are convicts.
Many a married man spends the rest
of his days wondering why he did It.
Perhaps a girl's red hair is for pur purpose
pose purpose of keeping her temper warm.
If this old world was what it ought
to be the reformers would be out of
Most people manage to get stuck on
themselves without the aid of any ad adhesive.
hesive. adhesive. The probable explanation is that
Methuselah lived before patent medi medicines
cines medicines were Invented.
But when a friend tells you some something
thing something for your own good It's a sign
that the pleasure will be all his.
People who know it all usually have
a lot to learn. Atlanta Journal.
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 45.
J. A. MANNING.
The Agatheridan Society held its
regular meeting this afternoon. After
the minutes of the preceding meeting
had been read and approved, tne ioi ioi-lowing
lowing ioi-lowing program was rendered:
Subject: The Panama Canal.
Song, Sailing By school.
Essay. Brief History of Tanama to
the Present Time Nellie Beckham.
Essay. The Builder of the Canal Canal-Annie
Annie Canal-Annie Pope Eagleton.
Oration, Possibilities of the Canal in
Time of War Bexie Todd.
Essay. Changing the Transcontinent Transcontinental
al Transcontinental Trade Routes Westlake Hollinrake.
Oration. A Picture of the Canal
Essay. How Panama Will Alter
Trade Wynona Wetherbee.
Essay. Neutralize the Canal; Not
Fortify It Marie Hull.
Debate: Resolved. That the United
States' ships should not pay toll in
nnminar throuzh the canal. Affirma
tive, Marie Burnett, Frank Gale; nega negative,
tive, negative, Vivien Eycleshimer, Nan Brooks.
The JudKes. Mamie Shepr.ard, Pat An
derson and Fred Meffert, decided In fa
vor of the negative.
After the reports of the critics, this
being the afternoon for the election of
officers, motions were in order and the
following were elected:
President, Fred Meffert.
Vice President. Carlton Ervin.
Secretary, Mamie Sheppard.
Spre-pants-at-Arms. Martha Kate
Rentz and Anna Belle Allen.
Margaret Jackson, Secretary.
GUILTY OF MURDER
IX THE FIRST DEGREE
Wat the Verdict of the Jury A gal ant
Police Lieutenant Beeker
New York, Oct. 25. Police Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant Charles Becker was found guilty
of murder In the first degree by the
Jury which has been trying him for
instigating the death of Herman
Rosenthal, the gambler. The verdict
was pronounced at 12:02 o'clock this
morning. Becker was remanded to the
Tombs by Justice Goff for sentence
Oct. 30. Mrs. Becker, sitting outside
the door of the courtroom, fell In a
swoon when the verdict was an announced.
nounced. announced. John F. Mclntyre, Becker's
chief counsel, announced that he would
take an immediate appeal but beyond
this he had nothing to say. Becker
did not flinch when he heard the ver verdict
dict verdict pronounced.
IIITTIXG THE XAILS
OX THE HEADS
One-half of the country is trying to
put the other half in Jail. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. r
As the straw hat disappears the
straw vote pushes to the front.
Milwaukee almost gave Roosevelt
the wrong kind of bier. Tarpon
It would be a fine political scheme,
if the colonel could stand it, for him
to be shot at at least once a week. It
would be profitable politically but
physically dangerous. Tampa Times.
In an account of the Augusta, Ga.,
strike It was announced in the dis dispatches
patches dispatches from that city that all the sa saloons
loons saloons had been closed by the authori authorities.
ties. authorities. That was a strange statement
to come from a city in a prohibition
state. Jasper News.
We deplore the destruction of our
great pine forests here in Florida by
the ruthless sawmill, largely on sen sentimental
timental sentimental grounds. But at best their
value was transient, while cut-over
lands left behind them are a large and
permanent asset in the wealth of the
state, increasing in value every year.
The contention that the republican
have placed George C. Crom on the
ticket for comptroller with Intent to
deceive the voters and make them be believe
lieve believe they are voting for the late
Comptroller Croom is about as far farfetched
fetched farfetched a proposition as the campaign
has produced. A voter who doesn't
know Crom from Croom and that A. C.
Croom is dead and who doesn't know
further that W. V. Knott is tha dem democratic
ocratic democratic nominee for comptroller, isn't
intelligent enough to be vested with
the ballot. The statement going the
rounds of the press is silly in the ex extreme
treme extreme and whoever sprung such an
absurdity ought to be ashamed of it.
WE WILL MAIL TOU $1
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
Phlla. Smelting; A ReFlnlng Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
863 Chestnut St Philadelphia, Pa.
. e will buy your Gold Fillings.
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had a
cold, and before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than to pay a five dollar
doctors bill. Sold by all dealers. (Ad.)
Leave Orders for
Your Household Lin Linens,
ens, Linens, Complete Outfit.
L. E. YONCE,
Ocala - Florida.
WE CAN SUPPL1 YOU WITH
For All Purposes, Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA
the Comedy of
the Same Name
Trm Pk4rapka mt
the Play rr4ce4
By Bcary W. Savg
Copyright, mi. by H. K. Fly Co.
ineir neinous nngers nad Hardly
begun to ply, when the solemn still stillness
ness stillness was broken by a chuckle and
low hoot of laughter, a darkey's unctu unctuous
ous unctuous laughter. At such a place It was
more shocking than at a funeral.
'What alls you?" was the nearest
The porter tried to wipe his stream streaming
ing streaming eyes without lowering his hands,
as he chuckled on: "I I Just thought
of sumpum funny."
"Funny!" was the universal groan.
"I was just thinking," the porter
snickered, "what mighty poor pick pickings
ings pickings you-all are goin to git out of me.
Whilst if you had a' waited till I
got to 'Frisco. I'd jest nachelly been
The robber relieved him of a few
dimes and quarters and ordered him
to turn round, but the black face
whirled back as he heard from the
other end of the car Wedgewood's in indignant
dignant indignant complaint: "I say, this Is an
"Ah, close your trap and turn
round, or 111
The porter's smile died away. "Good
Lawd." he sighed, "they're goln to
skin that British Hon! And I just
wore myself out on him."
The far-reaching effect of the whole
procedure was just beginning to dawn
on the porter. This little run on the
hank meant a period of financial
stringency, for him. He watched the
hurrying hands a moment or two,
then his wrath rose to terrible propor propor-tlons:
tlons: propor-tlons: "Look here, man," he shouted at
the robber, "ain't you-all goin to
leave these passengers nothin' a tall?"
"Not on purpose, nigger."
"No small change, or nothin'?"
"Nary a red."
"Then, passengers," the porter pro proclaimed,
claimed, proclaimed, while the robber watched
him In amazement; "then, passengers,
I want to give you-all fair warnin'
heah and now: No tips, no whisk whisk-broom!"
broom!" whisk-broom!" Perhaps because their hearts were
already overflowing with distress, the
passengers endured this appalling
threat without comment, and when
there was a commotion at the other
end of the line, all eyes rolled that
Mr. Baumann was making an ef effort
fort effort to take his leave, with great po politeness.
liteness. politeness. "Excoose, pleass I vant to get by,
"Get by!" the other robber gasped.
"But I'm not a passenger," Mr.
Baumann urged, with a confidential
smile, "I've been going through the
"Much obliged! Hand over!" And
a rude hand rummaged his pockets.
It was a heart-rending sight.
"Oi oi!" he wailed, "don't you allow
no courtesies to the profession?" And
when the inexorable thief continued
to pluck his money, his watch, his
ecarf-pln, he grew wroth indeed. "Stop,
stop. I refuse to pay. I'll go into bank,
ruptcy foist." But still the larceny
continued; fingers even lifted three
cigars from his pockets, two for him himself
self himself and a good one for a customer.
This loss was grievous, but his wild wildest
est wildest protest was: "Oh, here, my frlent,
you don't vant my business carts."
"Keep 'em!" growled the thief, and
then, glancing up, he saw on the ten tender
der tender Inwards of Mr. Baumann's up upheld
held upheld palms two huge gllsteners, which
their owner had turned that way In a
misguided effort to conceal the stones.
The robber reached up for them.
'Take 'em. You're velcome!" said
Mr. Baumann, with rare presence of
mind. "Those Nevada nearlles looks
almost like real."
"Keep 'em," said the robber, as he
passed on, and Mr. Baumann almost
swooned with joy, for, as he whis whispered
pered whispered to Wedgewood a moment later:
"They're really real!"
Now the eye-chain rolled the other
way, for Little Jimmle Wellington was
puffling with rage. The other robber,
having massaged him thoroughly, but
without success, for his pocketbook,
noticed that Jlmmle's lelt heel was
protruding from his left shoe, and
made Jlmmie perform the almost in incredible
credible incredible feat of standing on one foot,
while he unshod him and took out
the hidden wealth.
"There goes our honeymoon, Lu Lu-cretla,"
cretla," Lu-cretla," he moaned. But she whis whispered
pered whispered proudly: "Never mind, I have
my rings to pawn."
"Oh, you have, have you? Well, I II
be your little uncle," the kneeling rob robber
ber robber laughed, as he overheard, and he
continued his outrageous search till
he found them, knotted in a handker handkerchief,
chief, handkerchief, under her hat.
She protested: "You wouldn't leave
me in Reno without a diamond, would
"I wouldn't, eh?" he grunted. "Do
you think I'm in this business for my
And he snatched off two earrings
she had forgotten to remove. Fortu Fortunately,
nately, Fortunately, they were affixed to her lobes
Mrs. Jlmmie was thoroughbred
enough not to wince. She simply com commented:
mented: commented: "You brutes are almost as
bad as the customs officers at New
And now another touch of light re relieved
lieved relieved the gloom. Kathleen was next
In line, and she had been forcing her
Hps Into their most attractive smile,
and keeping her eyes wlnsomeiy mel mellow,
low, mellow, for the robber's benefit. Marjorie
could not see the smile; she could
only see that Kathleen was next. She
whispered to Mallory:
"They'll get the bracelet! They'll
get the bracelet!"
And Mallory could have danced with
glee. But Kathleen leaned coquet coquet-tlahlr
tlahlr coquet-tlahlr toward the masked stranser.
and threw ail her art into her tone
as she murmured:
"I'm sure you're too brave to take
my things. I've always admired men
with the courage of Claude Duval."
The robber was taken a trifle aback,
but he growled: "I don't know the par party
ty party you speak of but cough up!"
"Listen to her," Marjorie whispered
in horror; "she's flirting with the
"What won't some women Clrt
with!" Mallory exclaimed.
The robber studied Kathleen a lit little
tle little more attentively, as he whipped
off her necklace and her rings. She
looked good to him, and so willing,
that he muttered: "Say, lady. If you'll
give me a kiss, I'll give you that dia diamond
mond diamond ring you got on."
"All right!" laughed Kathleen, with
"My God!" Mallory groaned, "what
won't some women do for a diamond!"
The robber bent close, and was Just
raising hi3 mask to collect his ran ransom,
som, ransom, when his confederate glanced his
way, and knowing his susceptible na nature,
ture, nature, foresaw his intention, and shout shouted:
ed: shouted: "Stop it, Jake. You 'tend strictly
to business, or I'll blow your nose
"Oh, all right," grumbled the reluc reluctant
tant reluctant gallant, as he drew the ring from
her finger. "Sorry, miss, but I can't
make the trade," anfl he added wltii
an unwonted gentleness: "You can
turn round now."
Kathleen was glad to hide the blush blush-es
es blush-es of defeat, but Marjorie was still
more bitterly disappointed. She whis whispered
pered whispered to Mallory: "He didn't get the
bracelet, alter all."
If Your Straw Hat
Looks too Bad to
Wear longer, Buy
a New one from us.
Our Full Line has
HORSES AM) MULES
I am keeping at my
West Exposition Street
court house sauare.
a Finn Drnvp of I
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur
poses, and at reason- I
able prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at the Lot, you will find some Stock to suit yon,
it it is one or dozen head you need, I bave them.
M. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
OTTOsTT TTnrTT7TT7Tnd HAND PAINTED.
C3 11 VMUJil 11 1L1K.O CHINA DINNER SETS
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
Ao Eo BUMETT
PIANO FOR SALE Good Instru Instrument
ment Instrument at a bargain. Apply to E. P
FOR SALE 2 mules. 2 wagons and 1
buggy. Dr. R. II. Baskin, Anthony,
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A
good second-hand cooking range. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. G. E. Campbell 47 South
Third street east.
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
name oil cooking stove. Apply at the
Star offlce, Ad.
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.
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT Three connect connected
ed connected furnished rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Lights, water and bath. In Inquire
quire Inquire of I. A. Durand, 143 East Adams
FOR RENT Furnished rooms or the
complete house of six rooms. Apply to
Peter Ingram, 220 North Second street.
W. A. Rimes, Ruston. la.f writes:
"Sometime ago I took Foley Kidney
Pills, and must confess the results
have been marvelous, for I feel like a
new man. I suffered from kidney and
bladder troubles out Foley Kidney
Pills fixed me. 1 will recommend them
to all sufferers from kidney trouble."
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Adv.)
Sales Barn and Lot, on
three blocks west of the
Regardless of national or state banking laws
and regulations, the men who own and conduct a
banking business are, in fact, The Bank."
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank is owned and
operated by men well known throughout this sec sec-tion
tion sec-tion of Florida for their character, integrity, abil ability,
ity, ability, and long busiuess experience.
These men have watched The Munroe it
Chambliss Bank grow from its infancy, they have
given it the benefit of their businesh knowledge,
they have devoted their time and attention to the
guidance of its affairs.
Tiles men are The Munroe Sz Chambliss
Bank, and your affairs in this Hank's care have,
in short, the care and attention of the men who
are in the bank.
THE MUNROE &
Ssitartsiy aid Hoiday
TOEEIft 26, 28
Children's Presses Rang Ranging
ing Ranging in Price jfroin 19c Ho 01.98
You Will Have to See the Values to Ap Appreciate
preciate Appreciate Them.
mm & mm,
rae Camoiioattes i
1 Partly Dtf
: Will Address the
Marion County on the Issues of the
From Band Stand,
KOLD WEATHER KOMFORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It Is so eay to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" In. this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything In our line.
KIM I GMT &: LANG
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
QUALITY and SERVICE
M. A. DAVIES
Bring Your Tires and Tubes to be
Citizens of Ocala and
Oct. 28th, 1912
Court House Square.
OCA1A EVENING S'f AR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912
5. Extracts From a Mary
The Plan Works,
Yet I am not sat-
I have trivf-n your customer's plan a fair trial .
Isfieil with the results.
I hal lahl by almost ten dollars, saved from my last month's pay. I kept
it In the bureau drawer. It was too handy there. Three different times have
I taken some amount for Immediate use. I see now It was spent foolishly.
Thern I les.s than five dollars left. I must save that.
THE WAY TO SAVEHAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Ad.
Mr. J. II. Dunn went to Dunnellon
yet rday to doctor a valuable horse.
AT TIIK WOMAN'S CLUB
Satur.'dy will be officer's day and
:ie offi.--rs of the Woman's Club will
hostesses at a reception from 2 to 5.
All members of the club and their
house quests and members of other
federated clubs are cordially invited.
Mrs. Wm. Hocker. President.
I. D OF MRTIN ESTATE SOLD
Ee-d oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
Mr. H. A. Kramer con tin v. r
prove and is abl? to b about
to im im-a
a im-a little.
A new line of toilet requisites just
In. Gerig's Postoffiee Drugstores. Ad.
-:- OF -:-
f ft f.ti
Mr. James Anderson, tho very
s.mewhat better today.
Mr. Douclas Hopkins or Tailanas?ee
is th wt. k end guest of Mr. It. B. Hul-
lock and family.
FOR SAL.K Cheap for cash, my
Regal automobile. In perfect condition.
A. M. Lansford. 10-12-tf
Mes.-rs. Muncaster & Bell, agents for
the Martin estate, have withdrawn
:'-..-:r advertisement from the Star,
hiving- sold the entire property, con consisting
sisting consisting of seven different lots and
parcels of land. This property ha?
be-n on the market ana aavertisea
only about ten days, the courts hav
ing authorized its sale, and the re
markable feature of the sale is that
five different persons bought the
property. Almost a dozen other per persons
sons persons bid on the property, some as a
whole and others on different portions.
The agents prefer that the names of
the purchasers are not given till the
deeds are delivered, but we under
stand that in nearly every case the
property will be improved and built
upon, which will be good news to our
citizens. Tins property was scattered
all over the city and was very varied
in its nature, which speaks well for
the active demand for real estate In
INION CHURCH FOR
THE NORTH END
The north end people are at work
for the establishing of a union church
building. A lot Is offered free for such
a building and there will be something
doing along this line in the near fu future.
ture. future. Everybody will be made wel welcome
come welcome at this meeting place who is
honestly seeking help to the higher
PICTURES FOR CHILDREN
AT TIIK AIR DOMK TONIGHT
Here and There in Oregon. An edu educational
cational educational picture every school child
Kittens. A pretty picture of a fam family
ily family of kittens.
The Detective's Conscience. Drama.
Holding the Fort. Comic.
Two boxes of candy and one pair of
silk hose given after the first show.
Show starts at 7 o'clock sharp.
A DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON
Mr. George Taylor was not able
to b at his place of business today on
account of sickns.
NO FOOTIIALL TOMORROW
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give
new life. Sold at Court Pharmacy. Ad.
11 -MBt.-, II 1
Judge P.ell yesterday issued a mar-
riagf license to Mr. P.ascom H. King
and Miss Caroline Tiessent.
As the Orlando High School will not
play the Ocala High School football
team there will be no game tomor
row. 1 he games or me season will ne
as follows: Duval High School In
Jacksonville Nov. 2; Hillsborough in
Tampa. Nov. 5: Duval in Ocala, Nov.
16; Hillsborough in Ocala. Nov. 23; the
Florida scrubs in Ocala, Nov. 30.
We have juat received another carload of ntock. This car
contained Home exceptionally fine horses and mules, selected
in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tompkins.
Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the selec selection
tion selection is large and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right. Respectfully,
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at CJeris's Postoffice Drugstores.
Mrs. Mamie Fox has rented ner
pretty cottage in the first ward to Mr.
Brush, who will soon move his family
here from Gainesville.
Mr. .1. J. Gerig went to Jacksonville
last night to meet his wife and little i
daughter, who are on their way home
For quick signs painted while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. L-ave orders same old
Kverybody who saw the performance
of "The Rosary" at the Temple last
season was much pleased with It. It
was not only a fine play but a beau
tiful and impressive lesson. It will be
played at the Temple again next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening.
T0EU3 PEC flWS &
' Mr. William Wolff has a fine auto,
whleh he drives with almost as much
careless grace as tho he was Rob Dur
ban or Ed Tucker.
Your vacation is not complete with
out a kodak. Gerig's Postoffice Drug
stores, agents. Ad.
What Arc You Paying?
The county commissioners are In!
session today, to replace on the reis-l
tration books any names that have
been taken off by mistake.
Rlue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
Extract, two 10c bottles for. .13c
Regular 25c. size for SOc
A I ts-wsf. 1 'rsKff? i-"e -- .. ,iirxt
Mrs. Aikin of Webster was brought
bv a local nhvsician yesterday to the
hospital. She was suffering from
When you are sick and need a physi
cian, remember that anything he or
ders will be sure to be compounded In
the right way at the Court Pharmacy.
HAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
F you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
We are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Marion Hardware Co.
Judge W. S. Bullock is home from
Lake county court, and he and Mate
Attorney Davis will go to Bushnell
next Monday to. open court ior fcumier
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerig's Postoflce Drugstores. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. Downs and Miss Cecile
moved yesterday from the home or
Mrs. Wm. Anderson to Miss liyru
Wartmann's, where they will keep
house this winter.
Large Pail Snowdrift ..$1.25
Medium Pail Snowdrift 50c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil ..30c
Rlue Hen Matches per pkg 15c
O Cakes Expost Rorax Soap. . .25c
Raker's or Hujier's Chocolate
per pound 35c
3 Cans Van Camp s Rcans 2uc
Van Camp's. Red Kidney Reans
per can 10c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
Xo. 3 size Florida Tomatoes .... 10c
Xo. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3 . .
. . .25c
An ideal entertainment consists of
lovely environments, congenial com company
pany company and a charming hostess. All
these conditions were met in the aft
ernoon party given yesterday between
the hours of 3 to 6 o'clock by Mrs. I
V. Duval. The honor guest was Mrs.
K. II. Mote of Leesburg, formerly of
Ocala, one of the most admirea ana
popular ladies who ever lived in the
Mrs. Duval's artistic bungalow was
brightened by Jardiniers ana hrass
hanging vases of golden glow, which
harmonized very beautifully with the
mission furnishings and the soft
greens and brown shades in the drap
The ladies enjoyed an hour of pleas
ant chat. Mrs. C. K. Tydings told most
interestingly of her stay of two weeks
in Washington. D. C. and P.altimore.
Mrs. Mote gave a bright review of her
trip to Cuba early in the season. Kach
of the ladies told of some new book
they had enjoyed during the summer.
The three lovely young mothers. Mrs.
It. S. Hall. Mrs. Fred Blalock and Mrs.
Dunyan Stephens told some bright
children's stories, and Grandmother
Hood was allowed full time to tell of
the pranks of those wonderful Alaba
ma boys, who so fill her heart. Of
course there was some club talk, for
one of the sruests was our brilliant
club president, Mrs. "V. A. Hocker,
There was supposed to be some fancy
work going on but the fingers of the
ladies were frequently idle, while their
tongues were busy. They were invited
at 5 o'clock into the dining room,
where from a lovely table, centered
with a mound of red holly berries
suggestive of the sea?on and from
which peeped cute Brownies and Kew-
pies. a aencious two-course supper was
served. The following was the menu:
Waldorf salad in red apple cups, rib ribbon
bon ribbon sandwiches, hot tea, rolls and but butter,
ter, butter, chocolate topped by marshmal marshmal-lows.
lows. marshmal-lows. marischino cherry ice and white
A BANK BOOK
In your name gives your business associates con confidence
fidence confidence in your ability, respect for your standing.
AN ACCOUNT IN OUR BANK
Will teach you habits of thrift, economy and sav sav-ing.
ing. sav-ing. It saves you from bookkeeping to do business
through our bautc, paying all bills by check.
CAPITAL. FCLLT PAID IX 9TJ
H. 9. ITOKEI, Ca&lr.
JNO. I EBWARDL Pr. CLARENCE CAMP. VU.
Friday, Oct. 25th, 8:00 p. m.
KATE RICHARD O'HARE
Editor, National Rip Saw
Will Lecture on Law and the White Slaves.
The Liquor Problem and Socialism.
ADMISSION 25 cents
Whicli will Include One Year's Subscription to the Nation National
al National Rip Saw.
A 1013 CADILLAC
Favorite Corn 3 cans for .
Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound. .30c
Miss Lydia Do2ier is the guest of her 3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .23c
brother, Mr. Leonard Dozier, in Ocala,
for a few
days. Jacksonville Metrop-
Ocala, - Florida
The afternoon dullness at the county
judge's office was suddenly broken by
the hurried appearance of the proprie proprietor
tor proprietor of a colored lodging house in the
fourth ward, carrying a small clock
and a pawnbroker's ticket. He was
out of breath and plunged into an ex
planation something like this:
"Jedge, a nigger stole my clock and
pawned it and I'se just had to pay
sixty cents to git it back. I runs a
lodging house down near the Seaboard
depot and dat nigger Is settlrg on my
porch, drunk, and I wants to have him
arrested before he gets off. I'se in
something of a hurry, jedge."
"What's that clock worth?" Judge
Dell asked with exasperating delibera
"I dunno, sir.
"Is it your clock?"
"Yessir, yessir; and he stole my
watch and a gold bracelet and a coat
from one of the other boarders; went
&tV lESSS r aid 'inlVoy Heinz Vinegar, per gailon ht. room and ,aUen u ou, f M.
IOW Irn. rT n tin. 'I vy. 'o-
This evening a merry party will en-
. m -Ma.
iov one or trie ramous pniaus oiien
given at the country home of Capt.
and Mrs. S. R. Pyles. the hostess being
their charming daughter. Miss Ophelia
Dr. Wood, a prominent physician old Country Blend Tea
from Webster, was the guest oi ur.
Van Hood for dinner yesterday and
enjoyed the pictures and musical per
formance at the Ideal until his train
came at 8:45.
3 Pkgs. LIpton's Jelly Tablets. .25c
3 Pkes. Sunbeam Corn t lakes.. 'ZZc
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch Cleanser
15 yz Pounds Sugar $.1.00
14 Pounds Whole Uice $.iuo
per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil Oc
Bulk Oatmeal per pound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
Knight & Lang have just received a
new 1913 Cadillac automobile, the first
one to reach Ocala and it is by far one
of the nrettiest cars seen here. Some
of the new features are the increase
of fifteen horsepower, giving It about
fifty-five horsepower, an improved
self-starter, increased wheelbase and a
new svstem of electric lighting. This
car is fully equipped in every way
having seat covers, knobbed tires and
an electric horn. Messrs. Knight &
Lang have already booked several or
ders for the new Cadillac cars and
exnect to sell quite a number of them
HE WAS AX HOXKST 31 AX BUT
For first class automobile service q Cans Ivaro Syrup 55c
by the trip, hour or day, phone yo.
Mrs. J. D. Marlin and baby Carolyn
lone will arrive tomorrow from l-.rie,
Pa., where Mrs. M. has spent the sum summer
mer summer visiting her mother. "J. D.'
wears an extra broad smile. They
will be located for the winter with
Mrs. Stanley in one of the Anderson
houses on Fort King.
Irish Potatoes, per peck uc
12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c
12-lb. Sack Pilsbury Hour 50c
24-lb. Sack Pilsbury Hour $l.uu
llnlf Barrel Pilsbury lour . .as..
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 50c
is Pis rt t fv!!?.i
Vlf jh u U 1. 1 ts f: n 1
We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm
We carry over fifty dilFer4
ent styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little i r no
brass trimmings, then there
'are solid brass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark-
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE' FURNISHINGS STORE
Little Miss Helen Louise Killebrew
celebrated her sixth birthday yesterday
by inviting a few of her friends to
spend a couple of hours with her at
the pretty home of her parents on
Herbert street. The little folks were
kept busy playing srames, after which
toothsome refreshments were served.
Little Miss Helen Louise received many
pretty and useful presents and wishes
for. TT happy future.
The Alabama ravins Company has
two blocks of vitrified brick laid on
Fort Kins avenue, from Judge Bul Bullock's
lock's Bullock's corner east to Mr. R. A. Bur Bur-ford's
ford's Bur-ford's corner. The rade has been
made some distance farther west and
the work will now progress in a hurry.
Dry sand will be hauled and laid over
Yj weather and passing traffic will sift it
5. j thoroughly into the crevices and the
yljo!) is finished. Tills street will not be
S!-rrouted with cement as was the busi
ness portion of town. The city en engineer.
gineer. engineer. Mr. J. rt. Moorhead. has cer certainly
tainly certainly Riven the contractors a beau
tiful grade on this street.
When you have a bad cold you want
ti best medicine obtainable so as to
cure'lt with as little delay as possible.
Here is a druggist's cplnion: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
fifteen years." says Enos Lollar, of
Saratoga. Ind., "and consider it the
best on the market." For sale by all
He signed the affidavit the Judge
had filled in in the warrant for the
arrest. The deputy snerirr tooK u ana
departed with him. Half an hour later
the deputy returned with the culprit,
a rusty iooKing negro wun nouceiui)
red lips that looked uncanny beside
his black face. The prisoner was
handcuffed and looked sullen and care
less. Accompanying them was the
proprietor of the colored lodging
house, the owner of the coat and sev
eral others, attracted by curiosity.
The handcuffs were removed and the
nrisoner was told to stand un while
the Indictment was read.
"Guilty or not guilty?" asked the
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.13 N". ln a marching tone.
"v 1 I mw.H cA cr0 I'ao an honpst man and
.43c I won't tell no lies about it; I'se
ruiltv. But Mr. Jones will get me out.
24 lbs. Bob White Flour ..... .85C CaR t telephone him: he'll get me out."
'That's what ruins you niggers."
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour
9G lbs. Henry Clay Flour
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.83
12 lbs. Bob White Flour
90 lbs. Bob White Flour
Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$0.50
There are still no lights at the
street crossings on Fort King avenue
and last night two or three automo
biles ran into the big hole that has
been iusr at the crossing by the Arms
House. One car came very near turn
insr over and the driver had a hard
time getting out of the hole.
Y Terkeween Oil. the great nerve and
'ibone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. Ad.
commented the Judge. "You don't feel
sorry for what you do. but Just think
who will get you out. What makes
you steal," he demanded suddenly, and
as though seeking a solution of the
"Well, jedge. I was Just behind," the I
The indictment charging the theft
of the coat was read and again the
question of guilty or not guilty was
put and asrain the reply. "Well. Jedge,
I'se an honest man and I'll be fair
about it; I done It."
"One hundred dollars and costs or
six months in jail in each case." non
chalantly remarked the judge, his voice
breaking: the silence that filled the
room and which was asrain broken by
the click of the handcuffs as the deputy
circled the prisoner's wrists with
"A nigger will steal." commented
Judge Bell, as the party filed slowly j
DR. W. K. LAXE
The very acme of quality in
Is always to be had here where qual quality
ity quality a5d close prices go hand in hand.
We will convince you that this Is the
market for you to patronize if you will
but grant us the trial. Phone 108.
W. n. MARSH, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY EDWARDS' MARKET
pe-l!lt Eye, Ear, "oe
Office. Law Library Bldg.
C!ear. northwest wind.
Maximum. 77 degree.
Average. 63 degrees.
Fair tonight and Saturday.
We Make Your
COLLARS AND SHIRTS
Looks as if they had just been Pur Purchased
chased Purchased from your Haberdasher.
Every One Admires That "NEW"
Look on a Collar and all Good Dress Dressers
ers Dressers Demand the Domestic Finish.
Phone Us to Send Our Auto
Delivery for a Trial Package.
"WATCH US GROW!"
LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
You will Surely Find Something that you
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, are
JUST IN, and will be found Fresh and Fine
Full Cream Edam Cheese in tins. 50c
French Roauefort Cheese in individual iars 20c
Switzerland Sap Sago"
Italy Grt. Parmasan
French Roquefort Cheese in larqe Iars -- 35c
" cakes each
" large bottles
Philadelphia Cream Cheese in iars
" Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil
Sheffords Snappy Cheese in fin foil
Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen
Pate de Foie Gras, with Truffles, large ars
Trutfes Brossces in large bottles
Boneless Anchovies in oil 44
Puree ol Partridge with Truffles per tin
Pure de Foie Gras
The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Alf 20c bottle, per dozen $1.90
Knorr's Consomme Cubes 3c
Soup Tablets 10c
Japanese Preserved Jinger, small pots 30c
Heckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quails
(0). K.. Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
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OCALA EVEXlSd STAit, fcTUDAY, OCTOBER 2S, 1912
LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS
OF MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA
Oeala District Xo. 1
Adams, R. T.
Galloway, Jno. P.
Gandy, J. 13.
Gary, Thus. R.
Agnew, Homer R.Gary, Wm. T
Akin. J. W
Alderman, P. S.
Aldrlcb, Jas. C.
Anderson, C. L.
Anderson, It. L.
Ayer, C. B.
Anern, C. K.
Adams, R. B.
Bailey, Jno. E.
Ballard, U F,
Gates. A. W".
Gates, A. u.
Gates, Frank, B.
Gates, H. C.
Gates, Jas. W.
Geiger. A. P.
Geiger, J. C.
Gerig. J. J.
Gerig. Albert E.
Giles, J. J. ..
Gillen. P. II.
Gilmore. A. P.
Goln, W. A.
Ballard, Laurence Goldman, B.
Karnes, xnos. li. liooayear, sr.
Baxter. II. B.
Beck, A. J.
Beckham, F. B.
Bell, Joseph IL
Bell, It. B.
Benjamin, J. II.
Bennett, E. C
Bierman, Jno. J.
Blttinsr. 8. I
Bitting, H. P.
Graham, J. M.
Graham, W. D.
Gray, W. E.
Green, L. N.
Green, A. W.
Guynn, J. J.
Hall. R. S.
TL Hall. Frank J.
Blanchard. W. C. Hall, D. W.
Blalock. U F. Hall, W. T.
Blackwell, AndrsonHall, T. C.
Blalock, I J. Hampton, J. F.
Blalock, Thos. J. Hampton, H. M.
Blltch, Q. J. Hampton, T. M.
Bluet, J. B. Hampton. R. P.
Bobbltt, Aubrey M.Hampton. R. R.
Boney. D. M. Hampton, Paul IL
Booher. I O. Hane. W. I
Boozer, J. C. Hardee, C. H.
Booher, Frank Harris. F. E.
Boon, L B. Harris. C. O.
Borden, B. F. Harrlss. W. W.
Booher, Harry I Harrison, Wm.
Borlllia. Toffalitte Havls, it C.
Bragau, W. E. Hawkins, C. II.
Brlgance, R. E.
Bridges, T. E.
Brlgance, A. J.
Brlnson, J. II.
Bray, J. W.
Brooks, J. H.
Brooklyn, E. F.
Brown, J. E.
Brown, C. H.
Brown, J. B.
Brown, o. w,
Hayes, J. B.
Head, L. u.
Helvenston, E. T.
Hendricks, R. V.
Hlllman. J. L.
Hlnton, J. L
Hlnton, J. W.
Hocker, W. A.
Hodge, J. W. I.
Hogan, G. D.
Hood, E. Van
Hood, J. W.
Brown, Tobe W. Hopkins, J. W.
Bullock, w. iiollinsneaa, jonn
Bullock. R. B
Burford, It. A.
Burch, 8. J.
Burch, F. B.
Iturke, J. S.
Burnett, A. E
Howard. E. M.
Howell. J. C
Howse, O. B.
Huber, Frank J.
Hunter, H. R.
Hull. J. H.
Hunter, G. A.
Burgess, Arthur S.Hunter, C. W.
Bryant. C. C.
Bush, W. W.
Byrd. A. T.
Brabham, C. A.
Bowers, T. I
Batts, J. O.
Bruce, F. W.
Blesch, W. F.
Brannon, B. A.
Booher, E. L.
Burns, E. G.
Brown, J. T.
Caldwell, F. E
Hunter. H. R.
Hooper, Sterling M.
Hyde, W. F.
Hendrlckson, C. R,
Hlnton, Harbin R,
W4gh tower, C. E.
Hordester, W. L.
Harris, F. E. Jr.
Izlar, A. L.
Izlar, I T.
Izlar, M. C.
Jacobs, J. R.
James, A. M,
Gable, W. J.
Gable. L. A.
Goldsmith, If. J.
McAteer, H. 8.
McAteer. 8. J.
Mitchell, E. H.
McClane. F. E.
McAteer. J. S.
McAteer. W. F.
Sistrunk, 8. T.
Sistrunk. IL C.
MeClvmonds. J. H. Smith. Geo. R.
McConathy. RichardSmith, Chas. W.
jictonn, vv. x. smmi, n.
McCorkle, J. M. Smith. D. M.
McDavid, IL G. emitn, Kawara vj.
McDavid. Iunklln Smith, D. 8.
McDonald. O. W. Smith. A. D.
McDonald. E. W. Smith. J. F.
McDonald. A. J. Smith, W. E.
McDuffy, John D.
McGinnls. D. -W.
Mcllvane. E. II.
Mclver, D. E.
McKenzIe. L B.
McLain, W. L.
McLean, W. L.
Smith. Warner W.
Smoak, J. L. Sr.
Smoak, W. C.
Smoak, J. L. Jr.
Smoak, Jesse G.
Spann. W. W.
Spencer, J. II.
Spencer, E. T.
Spurlin, Jesse G.
McDonald. Andrew Stevens, Henry
Mclver. D. M. Stewart, ueorge
McCranle. J. J. Stokes. II. D.
McCoedie. W. S. Strickland. C. B
McConn. Alex, Jr. Stripling. W. W
Nash. Geo. A. Strunk, A. G.
NVoitham. Thos. Stuckev. A. P.
Nelson, C. E.
Nelson, J. T.
Nelson, W. J.
Small, J. D.
Savage, S. S. Jr.
Simpson, J. H.
Stapp. E. L.
Newsom. W. V. Jr. Samson, M.
Nixon. T. J.
Norris. B. II.
Nugent, P. IL
Norwood, W. N.
Nelson. R. J.
Ogle, J. W.
Old. John R.
O'Neal. B. I
Osborne, E. M.
Osteen. David H,
Osteen, w. P.
Strunk, John II.
Starbuck, TL B.
Spencer. Edwin Jr.
Scandrett, C. A.
Shaw, I M.
Sapp, C. R.
Stanton. I C.
Snow, L. A.
Shurtleff. J. R.
Simmons, Wm. S.
Packham. Harrv CStanley. F. W
Packerson augustusSimmons, R. I
Palmer. Harry v. snaw. j. -r.
Park. R. L
Parker, J. I
Parker, C. G.
Parker, W. P.
Parker, J. II.
Parker, J. P.
Poetke, G. IL
Parr E. L.
Parrlsh. J. G.
Pasteur, Geo. C.
ganders. Frank D.
Tally. J. W.
Tarver, J. V.
Taylor, Jno. II.
Taylor, Wm. D.
Taylor, Geo. I
Taylor. J. J.
Pedrick, Walter R.Thagard, E. P.
Peebles, W. R. Thigpen, Simeon
Carter. Jesse L. Plefce. J. H.
Chisholm, Ambrose Richardson, Sam
Carter, C. A. Robinson. E. W.
Dean. Thos. P. Koddenoerry, h. k.
Dellon, Wm. Roddenberry Ollie
Edwards, J. J. Simpson. T.
Hamilton, Charley .Smith, Wm.
Hudgens, Joe. M. Smith, J. Russ
Hudgens, J. L. B. Trotter, J. B.
Hathcox. Z. P. Veal. C. R.
Hall, W. L. Weathers, Jno. S.
Johnson, Elwood Williams, Theo'plus
Williams, J. D.
Woodward. A. W.
Mention, A. J.
Romeo, District So. 5
Dean, M. J. W.
Dean, C. R.
Folks, Wm. J.
Gulfoyle. W. H.
Guess. F. H.
Gilbert. J. E.
Holloway, J. G.
Marcum, A. J.
Marcum, W. H.
Moon, J. D.
Moore, N. L.
McGehee, J. B.
Nettles, J. C.
Nettles. J. M.
Onan. R. J.
Starling. J. L.
Sparkman. W. P.
Wiggins, J. A.
Wiggins. J. D.
Morgan. T. F.
Camp Issard, District So. 6
Adams. J. W.
Adams, K. H.
Aiken, T. J.
Brasell, T. C.
Brooks, I W.
Brooks, J. B.
Dorr, G. IL
Dorr. G. N.
Davis, W. J.
Jordan, E. W. W.
Jordan, W. L.
Jordan, E. T.
Morrison, R. Jr.
McGilvery, P. T.
Petteway. S. W.
Ross. J. T.
Ross. F. 8.
Sparkman, T. D.
Stokes. R. D.
Strickland, W. T.
Strickland, C. I
Turner, Geo. O.
Eurleson, E. T.
Butler, W. C.
Burleson, T. R.
Bailey, C. W.
ioyt. W. H.
Crosby, W. J.
Conyers, M. S.
Creekmore, G. R.
Dunn, H. G.
Douglass, R. C.
Douglass, A. J.
Driver, C. W.
Greiner, J. C.
Griffith, F. T.
lobkirk, J. D.
Hall, Louis H.
Harrison, T. F.
larrison, W. H.
lewett, J. W.
Harrison, C. J.
Kunzie, V. E.
Shady, District Xo. 7
Asia, Flanders Johns, Wm. R.
Barns, T. J.
Bellamy. P. B.
Buhl, Fred G.
Cunningham. FrankMorrison, Jno,
Douglas, H. W.
Foster, J. T.
Gaskin. Jas. T,
Go in, J. M.
Perkins. J. C
Pyles, S. R.
Raysdale, J. P.
E. Redding, Sam
Smiley, Perry J.
Caldwell, Jos. C. Jeffcoat, Wm. A.
Campbell, J. A. Jeffords, Wm. C.
Cappleman, J. B.
Carlisle. J. B.
Carmlchael, G. A
Carroll, Robt R.
Carn. W. D.
Carlton, R. A.
Carlisle. J. B.
carroii. u. j.
Carney, E. L.
Carter, R. L.
Chalker, W. P.
Chambers, H. 8.
Chambllss, Z. C,
Chandler. H. W.
Chase. Jas. E.
Chazal, Louis R,
Jewell. Chas. J.
Johnson, J. A.
Johnson, T. IL
Johnson, 8. R.
Johnson, E. J.
Johnson, J. C
Jr. Johnson, C. E.
Johns, G. R.
Jones, H. W.
Jones, J. T.
Jones, R. D.
Jones. C. O.
Jones, E. W.
June, 8. N.
Jenkins, J. F.
Johnson, J. M.
Jeffcoat, u. T.
Christian. M. T. W.Jordan. R. A.
Christian, S. H. Johnson, Pavis
Clark, W. II. Jr.
Clark, W. II. Sr.
Clark. A. 8.
Clarkson, II. B.
Clayton, T. C.
Johnson. C. J.
Johnson, A. B.
Kea. J, W.
Keating, R. L.
King. W. M.
Cleveland. Chas.W.Klrkland. C. N.
Cleveland. Geo. W.Kline, Jacob
Clyatt. W. W. Knight, L. J.
Castell, Jas. A. Knight, W. A.
Cobb, A. C. Knight, Sam S.
Cohen, J. F. Konow, W. A.
Coleman, Robt. H. Kopman, Wm.
Coleman, W. H. Kramer, Henry A,
Colbert, W. L. Kraybill, E. W.
Condon, B. F. Kreger, C. R.
Conner. Robt.O.Jr. Kunzie. F. W.
Conner, Robt. O.Sr.Kuchenreuther w f
Converse. E. E. Klckllne, Jos. u
Peacock, Q. E
Pender, c. c.
Pender, G. D.
Perry, R. M.
Perkins, R. M.
Perkins, W. O.
Phillips, Chas. J.
Phillips, J. P.
Plttman, J. A.
Polly, E. A.
Potter, J. M.
Pyles, S. Jesse
Pyles. J. J.
Puckett, W. Q.
Peek. E. G.
Peacock, C. A.
Perdue. B. T.
Proctor, C. W.
Pea body, C. R.
Pender, E. W.
Plllans, I H.
Pound, W. E.
Pyles, S. R. Jr.
Pasteur, T. B.
Ponder, W. M,
Thomas. Robt. J
Thomas, Chas. E.
Thomas, J. W.
Thomas, W. II.
Theus, P. J.
Thompson, J. M.
Thompson, J. F.
Thompson, T. C.
Tipton, J. J.
Tlson, J. M.
Tompkins, D. W.
Toph, A. R.
Toph, Guy W.
Troxler, T. W.
Tucker, H. W.
Tucker, J. A.
Tydings, C. R.
Tignor, O. E.
Taylor, W. H.
Vogt. F. E.
Vanderbrack, A. A.
Vaughn, E. L.
Walters, Geo. B.
Walters, H. W,
Ifaeins. Adolphus Voet. Ellsha
Horn, Leslie L. Williams, Walter
Wiggins. I. N.
Quarterman, J. A. Washington, Geo.
Kackard, Bockmanvvashington, faui
Raysor. L. M.
Raysor, B. E.
Raysor, II. C.
Rentz, E. P.
Rent J. A.
Reynolds, M. 1
Rlane, C. A.
Richey, W. D.
Re 1 fen burg, J. S.
Waterman. H. A.
Watson, M. D.
Weathers, B. A.
Webber. P. H.
Wetherbee, F. E.
Wever. C. J.
Whaley, E. S.
Whaley, J. E.
Whitesides. P. W.
Wheeler. W. V.
Whetstone, H. II.
Robertson. Lanier White. J. R.
Robinson, J. D. Whitworth, II. H.
Robinson. Geo. K. Williams, David S.
Robbinson, J. D. Williams, N. L.
Roddenberry, J. RAVilllams, Geo. F.
Robinson, E. E. Williams Henry M.
Rodoff, Chas. Williams, Jno. O.
Rogers, Jordan H.Williams, Samuel
Rogers, wm. c Williams, J. u,
Conway. T. E.
Conway. W. M.
Crosby, J. W.
Cobb, T. A.
Collier, E. J.
Castell, J. A.
Crumpton, Z. A.
Counts, J. II. J.
Chandler, J. A.
Crook, It. H.
Klllebrew. T. J. Jr.
Knight, J. C.
Kolson, H. R.
Lancaster, T. D.
Lancaster, J. T.
Landers, M. C.
Lang, Louis E.
Lanier, J. C.
Lansford, A. M.
LaRue, Joseph II.
LaRoach, J. S.
Leavengood, P. V.
Leach, J. S.
Leltner, Chas. J.
Leitner, J. L.
Liddon. C. A.
Chambers. Geo. G.Liddon. G. T.
Cook F. W. Lover id ge. R. C.
Coleman. Chas. W.Lindner, E. G. Dr.
Counts, H. W. Lipscomb, Phillip
Converse, I P.
Curtis. R. M.
Curran, R. A.
Collins. J. B.
Connor, D. R.
Clements, E. W.
Condon; W. W.
Crom, G. C.
Chubb. Chas. W.
Clark. T. s.
Dame, C. II.
Dame, Adolph O.
Davis, D. W.
Davis. Geo. W.
Davis. E. W.
Little. M. M.
Livingston, J. H.sr.
Livingston, C. M.
Livingston, J. H.lr.
Livingston. T. M.
Long. Stephen B.
Lloyd. C. II.
Lucius, W. M.
LufTman, J. J.
Luffman, J. F.
LufTman, J. M.
Luffman, J. A.
Lum mis, S. M.
Luffman, W. H.
Lydes, J. W
Dawklns, Ledglon Luckie, J. M.
Dean. J. II
Dekle, J. O.
Dekle. T. L.
Din kins, W. J.
Delouest, A. E.
Dickson. J. K.
Ditto, F. w.
Leonard, A. D.
Ley. J. B.
Lancaster, II. B.
Leavengood, E. W.
Lohrig, Otto. G.
Little, w. ii.
Dobbs, Earnest E. Lee, Will
Dodge. W. H.
Dodson. W. II.
Dosh, M. C.
Dosh. B. N.
Leavensrood. A. J.
Magaw. Fred B.
Mann. T. F.
Madden, T. T.
Duebel, Henry A. Marsh. Robt.
Dukes. J. W.
Duncan, E. B.
Dusky, A. M.
Duval. L. W.
Dlnklns. C. A.
Dozier, II. C.
Duffy, J. R. ...
Dubbs, C. S.
Duffy, Jas. Jr.
Dunlap, N. II.
Dewey, J. R.
Dukes. J. W.
Edwards, W. J.
Edwards. J. L.
Engelken. L. II.
Evans. W. G.
Fausett, II. A.
Fausett. A. D.
Marsh, W. II.
Marshall, W. G.
Marlowe, W. F.
Martin. E. W.
Martin, J. M. Sr.
Martin. G. W.
Martin, Sam H.
Martin. W. W.
Mathews, Chas. II.
Mathews, R. D.
Maughs. G. T.
Meadows. H. H.
Meffert, J. M.
Meffert. R. B.
MIckens. W. W.
Mills, T. H.
Mills. II. C.
Miller. L. P.
Miller, Chas. V.
Miller. T. J.
Ferguson. Jno. G. Mitchell, Jerry
FIshel, M. Mobley, E. A.
Flshel, Leon Monroe, T. T.
Flinn. R. W. Moore, C. L
Fllppen. Chas. F. Moore. T. M.
Foglestrom. C. E. Moore. John T.
Foglestrom, John MofTatt. C. W.
Fore. Jo Mooney. J. A.
Fort, Robt. Lee Moorhead, Wm
Fort. A. B.
Fort, D. A.
Fort. C. A.
Fort, Paul E.
Fort, Preston A.
Fort. W. D.
Fort, J. R.
Fort. R. E.
Frazler, Chas. G.
French, Chas. E.
Fuller. R. D.
Moorhead, J. R.
Morgan, S. G.
Morris, J. A.
Moses. S. A.
Muncaster. R. C.
Murphy. B. C.
Murray, Moreton I
Martin. E. P.
Meadows. J. G.
FonnAll. J. M.
Ferguson. D. Niel Mabry, J. E
Finley. 8. J. Aiarsn,
Gallman. Tony Miller, W. R.
Groves, II. C. Martin. E. S.
Glbbs, S. M. Marlowe. II. D
Oaln. P. Q. Marnard. G. G.
Gables. W. M. Mills. W. U
Godwin. Fred C. Meffert. C C.
Oammage. J. G Massey. W". O.
Ooddard. J. M. Hni fi t
Guynn. J. M. Mitchell. B. J.
Ooddard, Chas. Martin. R.
Roller, J. H.
Rowe, S. E.
Russ. R. T.
Robinson, R. K.
Rivers, E. G.
Rogers, H. W.
Ragin. W. C.
Raukin, W. A.
Rutland. J. R.
Robinson. M. E.
Rawls, Chas. B.
Roberts. C. V.
Wilson, Geo. W.
Wilson, P. T.
Wlloughby, W. II.
Winer, A. A.
Wing, Asa M.
Winston, C. E.
Withers. J. B.
Wood, Wm. R.
Wood. W. R.
Wombles, F. M.
Workman, J. II.
Wartmann, R. K.
West, Calvin L.
Jacobs, Mose Jr.
Sammerfield, District Xo. 8
Andrew, A. Hullins, G. E.
Counts, Hampton Mitchell, A. D
Campbell, s. U. Muuins. J. w
Billips, R. O.
Billips, Irvine S.
Branch, J. E.
Blackman, A. M.
Blackinan. J. N.
Mace. R. H.
Moody, A. C.
Moody, A. H.
McBride. B. J.
Blackman, Goor C. McKay, W. E
Balch, C. J.
Blackman, R. L.
Dlllard, S. J.
Dillard, Thos. W.
Davis, J. W.
Davis, T. N.
Davis, Chas. P.
Galloway, B. G.
Griner, W. S.
Griffin, L. C.
Hough, J. L.
Hough, H. A.
Hough. J. T.
Harleson, J. M.
High by. A. T.
Johnson. Thos. I
Johnson, L. O.
Mayo, D. B.
McQueen. J. W.
Nehlsen, Geo. C.
Proctor, J. D.
Puterbougk, J. M.
Rlckltson. J. F.
Smith. E. W.
Smith. 8. E.
Swearingen, B. F.
Smith, J. C.
Swain. J. W.
Sparks, T. J.
Seymour, If. A.
Sllcer. J. W.
Timmons. M. J.
Wall. H. J.
Lake Weir, District No. 9
Agnew, E .W.
Blair. R. M.
Blair, E. I
Carney, Jno. L.
Camp, G. E.
Conner, C. E.
Cochran, J. E.
Fort, I. J.
Henry, H. W.
Henry. H. W. Sr.
Holden. J. R.
Harrell, F. J.
Martin, R. L.
Martin, J. B.
Manlson, H. C.
McGahagln, W. E.
McGahagln, F. J.
Neeley, J. M.
Scott, J. A.
Smith. Jno. J.
Stark, Augustus IL
Stark. J. M.
Spurlin, Jesse G.
Sellars. L. W.
Yongue, A. W.
Lewis. John T.
Mom Blair, District No. 10
Chalker, J. B. Holton, J. B.
Caldwell, J. B. Jr. Kemper, C. C.
Caldwell, O. E. Long, Dillon
Caldwell, C. W. Martin, W. E.
weathers. H. m.
Robinson. Wm. H. Weathers, B. A. Jr.
Roess. M. J. Warner. Lester E.
Sage. C. K. Williams. Geo. K.
Sammla. John Walkley, A. E.
Sampson, George Wells, C. C.
Sanders, Turner S.Whlttlngton. II. B.
Sand if er. R. A. Williams. M. R.
Scarborough, W. H.Wesley, S. G.
senwarz, o. c. wiiioughby. j. A.
Schafer, Phillip H.Wllke, J. D.
Scheank, Jno. W. Yonge, R. E.
Schwerin, I. Yonge. Walter S. C.
Schneider, C. F. Yonge, Thos. F.
Scott. G. S.
Seymour, B. II.
Shiely, Geo. E.
ReddlckJMstrlet No. 2
Blllingsley, II. P. Johnson, Wade
uraceweil. Jas. Light, L. s.
Yonge, W. J.
Yonge, C. L.
Yonge, Walter E.
Yonce, L. E.
Zewadskl, W. K.
Lambert, F. W.
Lamb, TL J. P. Dr.
Mack, L. E.
McAusley, R. W.
McClaran, Z. A.
McQualg. F. J.
McCoy. Thos. H.
Pulliam. W. F.
Patterson, H. B.
Bishop. W. H
Blllingsley. J. S.
Cam, C. M.
Calvin, M. L.
Colden. A. L.
Cheesborough. EdwRow. G. D.
Calvin. Robt. Jr. Row, Ed D
uansoy, a. s.
Dupree, J. C.
Denham. G. W. I
Devoe. J. B.
Penman, F. C.
Evans, Isaac Jr.
Friday, S. L.
Fraser, J. W.
Row, S. F. Jr.
Robinson, J. M. M.
Sherouse, W. II.
Small, R. W.
Smith, J. M.
Smith, G. E.
General. Jno. W. Stocker. Wm
Graham. W. D. Tucker, W. M.
Hull, H. G.
Hogan, E. M.
Hammond, A. B,
Harris. C. W.
Johnson. J. O.
Johnson. R. N.
Tinker. II. G.
Williams, Wm. Sr.
Wilson. J. W.
Williams. M. O
Young. H. S.
FlcmiogtOB, District Xo. 3
Anderson. A. M. King. W. F.
Anderson, W. H. Lee, Reese
Brinson, Jas. J. N. Little. J. E.
Britt, O. P.
Bronson, J. C.
Chitty, M. J.
Childers, R. L.
Chitty, R. E.
Curry, C. R.
Dupuis, M. D,
Matthews. J. C.
Matthews. J. M.
Mixson, M J.
Mixson, J. K.
Mlms. C. S.
Mixson. C. B.
Matthews. C. M.
Mixon. M. B.
Drummer. Jay, Jr. Mixson, J. D.
Dunn. D. R,
Dantzler, R. E.
Edwards, J. N.
Fant. D. F.
Gunnells, D. C.
Gray. C. H.
Geiger, D. L.
Harrison, J. K.
Hammond. W. A.
Howard, J. c.
Mixon. H. W.
Matthews. H. G.
Matthews, R. E.
Mathews, E. D.
McErvin. J. H.
McDonald. E. A.
Mixon. J. G.
Nettles, H. W.
Pasley, E. C
Pasley, J. E.
Smoak. F. E.
Smoak, J. H.
Howard, Fernando Smoak. J. C.
Hammond. G. E.
Howard, J. W.
Hall. J. T.
Harrison. W. O.
Jones, Dewey E.
Thomas, J. H.
Vaughn. B. F.
Wilkinson Wesley a
Williams. G. C.
Williams. H. W.
Whitesides. T. P.
Cotton Plant, District No. 4
Atkinson. M. Murphy, G. P.
Alford. W. P. Miller. C Y.
Atkinson. S. D. Mills. Geo. W.
Austin, C. H. Mills, R. D.
Barco, D. M. Mills, W. Morgan
Brown, Handy W. Mills. Elbert
Brown, Geo. McArthur, A.
Brooks, J. A. McKenzIe, W. B.
Bryant, Aaron Newbern. W. B.
Brooks, Joseph ZL O'Neal. Geo.
Butler, Henry Parker, Efthram
Blackman, Jeff B. Parker, Jno. F.
Carter. Robt. Parker. Jo B.
Carter, W. Samuel Parker, J. A.
Clifton. A. E.
Barber, T. H.
Bran lieo. w.
Fort. A. W.
Fort, N. L.
Fort, T. L.
Fort. S. J.
Griggs, T. B.
Griggs, H. P.
Griggs, L. A.
Hat ton, A. J.
Martin, E. L.
Mock, A. M.
Mills, A. L.
Mock, H. B.
Mock, A. B.
Morrison, A. M.
Plllans, J. C.
Stebleton, D. F.
Smith, S. A.
Waters, Q. A.
Hallford, J. H. Jr. White, W. C.
Hudwell. J. J. Young, J. D.
Holly. W. B.
Granamvllle, District No. 11
Cordery, E. O.
Carter, I H.
Durisoe, P. L.
Dudley, J. E.
Deas, W. M.
Fort, R. C.
Fort, N. A.
Fore, W. II.
Fore, W. TL
Freyermuth, J. A,
Gore, J. E.
Griggs. J. B.
Gore, J. B.
Griggs, L. B.
Goolsby, G. E.
Goolsby, Wm. J.
Godwin, W. A.
Gore, K. E.
Gore, 8. J.
Gore, J. A.
Hull, B. I.
Lisk, P. F.
Long, R. F.
Moorman, Wm. P.
Mills. E. L.
Mason, C. E.
Perkins, J. W.
Perkins, I. W.
Perkins, E. E.
Perkins, H. H.
Roberts, W. D.
Randall, J. H.
Randall, P. T.
Roberts, W. B.
Reynolds, J. A.
Rogers, R. F.
Rogers, J. R.
Rogers, O. H.
Rogers, C. H.
Reynolds, H. A.
Rushing, J. L.
Rushing, W. R.
Richard, E. S.
Roberts, C. A.
Holly, Franklin S. Randall, T. W.
Hogan, Wm. Sewell, A. P.
Holly, W. C. Smith. B. F.
Hicks. J. A. Stevens. I. P.
Hinierman, Albert Stanaland, C. S.
Hogan. C. H. Stanaland. H.
Henderson, W. T. Teuton. W. J.
Worth. W. D.
Wellhorner, F. Z.
Wilson. L. W.
West. W. C.
Williamson. I. E.
Wellhorner, F. E
Wall. W. C.
Hickman, B. L.
Hale, Jno. C
Holly, R. H.
Holly, B. F.
Hogan, J. H.
Kinlaw, A. W.
Lisk, Benjamin F.
Salt Springs, District No. 12
Long, Reuben McRae, N. W.
Long, Calvin Osman, J. I.
Long, R. M. Williamson, W.
Fort McCoy. District No. 13
Albrltton, Andw B. Perry, L. D.
Albrltton, A. J. Perry, T. J. Jr.
Albritton, Michal G.Priest, W. S.
Boatwright Chas. T.Priest, Raleigh
DeLoach, C. R. Priest, Charlton
Fasts, Williams Pegram, J. H.
Facln. D. J.
Grantham, J. S.
Hill. O. E.
Hall. L. J.
Hall. J. F. Jr.
Pelot. J. F.
Parker, J. H.
Rawls. S. C.
Stevens. J. W.
Harper. Andrew O. Shaw, J. D.
Hlgginbotham, C. CStrlckland. J. B.
Hall. C. H.
Hall, J. Oscar
Jones, J. P.
Lisk. Percy F.
Martin, C. A.
Marsh, Arthur L.
McQualg. M. L.
McDonald, A. N.
McManus, C. W.
Priest. J. K.
Priest. L. F.
Stevens. Wesley A.
Smith, Francis W.
Stan borough, O. G.
Taylor. S. G.
Turner, G. D.
Tueton. W. E.
Taylor, A. L
Taylor, Henry A.
Thorp. A. G.
Waldon. M. B.
Waldon. W. W.
Webb, W. H.
Worden, W. H.
Orange Sprlnrs, District No. 14
Brinson, D. B.
Brown. R. L.
Cheshire. W. E.
Carlton. R. A.
Herrln. J. W.
Jordan. W. F.
Wells. I. P.
Waldron, D. M.
U 1st r let -o. 15
Booth. J. B.
Dowell. W. H.
Drawdy. E. L.
Krvin. K. B.
Kingsley, Geo. W. Gandy, W. A.
Kingsley, Walter E-Hallinger, Dan
Matchett. L. T. Hawkins. J. J.
Matchett, W. A. McCraney, Florence
Matchett, I. D. McCraney, C. A
Mundermauin. C. LMcCraney. C. J
Pegram, W. H. Risrdon, Mickel
Parramore. G. B. Willis, Merit
Citra, District No. 16
Ausley, J. P. Kunzie, V. J.
Barcus. David. Lewis, J. M.
Borland, J. B.
Little. Jno. C.
Malphus. J. X.
Melton, J. W.
McAllister, J. S.
Pace. W. W.
Parry, J. L.
Payne, J. V..
Rice, M. A.
Redditt. W. A.
SteeL Jerry W.
Sherouse, Thos. L.
Simmons, D. F.
Sherouse, D. T.
Sherouse, J. E.
Timmons, M. J.
Tonner, Wm. E.
Wartmann, E. L.
White. A. C.
West, Jno. H.
Williams. J. R.
Wartmann, H. A.
Wjchoff, J. S.
Anthony, District No. 17
Bryant, W. R.
Brown, Ellas N.
Cooper, C. S.
Middleton, J. L,
Milson, H. W.
Nelson, J. J.
Cunningham, Jos. Nichols, Isaac N.
Cowles, W. W. Nix, I. W.
Daniels, Ben. Nichols, R, H.
Davenport, Alfred.Nott, A. L.
Dudley. M. A. Nelson, J. W.
Davenport, Earl APeloL J. E.
Dickison, P. Proctor, G. J.
Farnell, Henry C. Pratt, V. D. P.
Freer, E. H. Ritter, W. F.
Freer, B. F. Richards, Henry.
Freeman, J. A. Samuel, PhiL
Gale, O. M. Samuel, Smith.
Goodman, Gilbert. Samuel, Fred.
Goolsby, Preston. Samuels, Ben.
Gaskins, Thomas. Shedd, J. X.
Hardlner, J. F. F. Slike, Porter.
Hale, R. H. Slike, Parker.
Harrell, Jno. D. Slike, Jerome.
Andrews, J. L.
Arnold, T. J.
Baskin, J. C.
Baskins, J. D.
Bishop, F. W.
Brown, G. M.
Baskics, R. fA.
Boon, A. C.
Boyd, E. C.
Boon, C. E.
Baskins, R. H.
Clinch, S. C.
Connell, J. R.
Credle, W. C.
Cahoon, F. P.
Collier, J. F.
Duckett, J. T.
Davis, G. H.
Dyal, R. B.
Duckett, J. A.
Ellison, F. W.
Ellison, R. A.
Graham, Jas. G.
Griffin, W. W.
Griggs, H. L.
Gadson, H. G.
Gates, J. M, Sr.
Gates, J. M., Jr.
Gamble, C. F.
Griffin, A. R.
Harver, J. H.
Howell, W. W.
Hill, C. R.
Hamilton, J. A.,
Hird, D. C.
Hillman, J. M.
Harrison, B. S.
Hallsell, A. B.
Hewitt, J. M.
Hooks, J. T.
Irby, J. B.
Irvine, L. E.
Jones, T. P.
Kelly, F. O.
Leitner, Thos. J.
Lamb, S. P.
Iamb, L. A.
lamb, H. G.
Leitner, Jas. E.
Mimms. B. F.
Xeal, J. M.
Priest, C. C.
Priest, C. A.
Plummer, X. B.
Priest, Lee L.
Priest, J. X.
Pasteur, G. D.
Priest, C C, Jr.
Philpot, L. G.
Priest, E. D.
Russell, R. R., Jr.
F.Shealy, E. A.
Souter, C. D:
Simms, E. C.
Swindell, D. W.
Stewart, H., Jr.
Swain, R. A.
Sims, M. R.
Talton, J. H.
Turner, C. W.
Talton, H. E.
Wilkins, R. H.
Wilder, J. R.
Wells, W. C.
Wrebb, W. H.
Anderson, D. W.
Atkinson, J. W.
Blair, J. O.
George, E. B.
Glover, G. W.
Gladney, Edw. C.
Hall, Henry T.
Howell, C. B.
Knoblock, H. X.
Knoblock, J. H.
Knoblock, Jas. J.
Stanton, District No. 19
Allsop. W. S. S. Lytle, E. J
strict No. 18
Knoblock, I. X.
Knoblock, V. E.
Knoblock, W. A.
Knoblock, S. V.
Price, Jno. W.
Scott, J. H.
Shockley, W. M.
Smith, W. H.
Snelling, W. W.
Stewman, T. H.
, Taylor, Wade.
, Townsend, F. M.
Townsend, X. J.
Townsend, E. P.
Tuton, M. W.
Tuton, L. F.
Ward, T. B.
Webb, B. O.
Wyley, Jos. L.
Allsop. R. G
Black, W. C.
Bishop, L. R.
Bard, W. L.
Coggins, W. B.
Iege, J. G.
Leavengood, A. J.
Newport, E. F.
Peak, Daniel D.
Cameron, Allen "WRawls, Isaac X.
CliPDinger. A. B. Rast, C. J.
Devaney, A. W. Rast, Henry H.
Douglas. Jos. M. Snook. T. B.
Squin, Lonnie I.
Snow, Geo. E.
Sigmon, J. F.
Hill, J. C.
Hopkins, L. L.
Hope, Jacob, Jr.
Hanes, Geo. H.
James, Wm. M.
Stroble, D. E.
Stanley. D. C.
Sumner, Robt L.
Thomas, S. G.
Tremere, Chas. A.
Williams, H. P.
Wilson. J. A.
Johnson, AsBerry Whisnant, J. L.
Liddell, J. M.
Lightsey, F. H.
Liddell, P. A.
Lucius, J. A.
Waddell, Wm. H.
Whiteman, T. D.
Whisnant, I. C. E.
Mcintosh, District No. 22
Allen. WT. E.
Burgess, J. P.
Burry, J. B.
Berry, Daniel H.
Barlow, B. L.
Brown, W. R.
Bateman, C. E.
Bateman, J. H.
Bateman, M. G.
Brabham, W. B.
Eoyer, E. D.
Bradley, T. G.
Burgin, Fred A.
Christian, J. K.
Cook, C. E.
Cameron, J. A.
Cameron, J. F.
Cameron, W. B.
Cassels, L. J.
Christian, W. E.
Collins, E. P.
Dickson, H. L.
Deadman, W. R.
Dupuis, A. B.
Flewellen, J. A.
Flewellen, G. A.
Farnback, J. M.
Farnback, J. A.
Flewellen, R. E.
Gaitskill, S. H.
Granger, W. F.
Green, W. A.
Holloway, C. A.
Hall, A. J.
Hickson, L. T.
Haverd, J. P.
Hatchell, B. P.
Holloway, C. A.
Irvine, D. H.
Jackson, A. J.
Keep, B. B.
Kennedy, W. E.
London, W. L.
Lindsay, A. L.
Miller, W. L.
Martin, R. M.
Miller, C. B.
McFadden, W. S.
Xorsworthy, W. G.
Xeal, J. S.
Xeal, J. B.
Price. J. D.
Pettys, D. H.
Proseton, L. P.
Reed, J. H.
Richardson, P. K.
Rush, E. W.
Richardson, W. M.
Reynolds, G. S.
Richardson, J. S.
Richardson, J. P.
Rush, O. C.
Robinson, S. B.
Schlater. P. P. M.
Snodley. W. H.
Smith, J. C.
Scott, C. O.
Thomas, J. S.
Thomas, H. J.
Turnipseed, J. O.
Turnipseed, J. C.
Waits. C. C.
Williamson, F. M.
Wrilliams, E. W.
Walkup, S. H.
Wylie, D. P.
Waddell, E. W.
Pedro, District No. 23
Denison, Joe G. Shaw, W. R.
Dias, J. B.
Foland, C. H.
Kessler, J. M.
Lovett, W. H.
Ixvell, S. G.
Lewis, R. L.
Perry, C. H.
Proctor, Alf.. ..
Froctor, M. M.
Proctor, W H.
Proctor, Jno. R.
Rhynehart, E. H.
Shaw, H. R.
Gates. C. S.
Guthrey. W. A.
Hall. Daniel I.
Hostetter. .loserjh SimDson. Geo.
Hall. Sumner R. Stokes, W. H.
Hall. Fred Wr. Schmit, Wm.
Jones, S. D. Schmit, Cave.
Joselyn, J. R. Sigmon, L. J.
Jones, Lawrence. Voorhees, Chas. H.
Kelsey, R. A. Uynne, Alex.
Kelsey, V. P.
Kelsey, Wm. T.
Waterman, C. F. F.-Waterman,
Waterman, F.-Waterman, C. R.
Williams. E. D.
Blitchton, District No. 20
Armstrong, M. L. Kincade, Jessie.
Badger, J. H.
Beard, J. W.
Blitch, S. H.
Blitch, B. R.
Blitch, Geo. M.
Burgess, J. T.
Burton, W. B.
Coulter, J. W.
Curry, Jos. F.
Curry, C. C.
Davis, L. D.
Edwards, J. J.
Fant. R. B.
Ferguson, R. W.
Farmer, S. W.
George, J. B.
Godwin, J. J.
Hammond, W. F
Horn, Jos. H.
Horn, Joe M.
Kincade, Isaac, Jr.
Limbaugh, R. G.
Morten, J. D.
McCully, S. J. -McMahon,
McMahon, A. H.
Xeal, Wm. C.
Xeal, J. T.
Phillips, T. M.
Potts. V. B.
Rawls. W. B.
Rawls, C. C. Jr.
Rawls, J. M.
Stephens, C. C.
Stanley, T. C.
Sistrunk, T. J.
Waters, A. W.
Willis, W. J.
James, Richard H Williams, P. W.
Johnson, David. Williams, Andrew
James, John J. Williams, Tom.
Kincade, Chas. Jr.
Ashworth, Jno. H.
Abshire, W. F.
Brown, S. L.
strict No. 21
Lytes; J. D.
Lytes, W. J.
Linderman, J. W. Pruitt, E. R.
Mattock, J. W. Proctor, T. J.
Perry, R. J.
Perry, Rufus E.
Perry, J. C.
Shaw, W. Henry, Jr
Perry, W. E.
Dunneiion, District No. 24
Anderson, E. L. Lyles, J. O
Akin, W. L.
Abbott, G. L.
Baker, J. F.
Baskin, G. J.
Barksdale, J. M.
Bareanier. J. E.
Barksdale, G. P. Miller, C. B.
Benson, B. J. Miller, G. C
Bennett, W. S. Morrow, J. L.
Beall, E. F. Muldraw, B. P,
Bellah, G. W Jr. Mann, J. A.
Bigelow, A. G. Mott, J. H
Metcalf, J. W.
Means, T. E.
Metcalf, J. D.
Metcalf, C. E.
Millage, A. G.
Mixson, W. J.
Mixson, T. H.
Black, R. C.
Boswell, X. H.
Boyd, J. T.
Bridges, Geo. P.
Bruce, W. B.
Brace, J. B.
Brunson, E. A.
Bonsman, G. L.
Bellah, J. C.
Mott, S. E
Mizelle, C. K.
McCredle, F. W.
McCord, S. R.
McCredie, J. W.
McDonald, X. M.
McPherson, C. A.
JSiblack. S. 'M.
Brochington, C. R.XeviIle, G. WT.
Bobbitt, G. T. Xiblack, C. E.
Chitty, C. J.
Cleveland, S. L.
Cooper, W. J.
Cocowitch, J. F.
Caldwell. R. X.
Davis. G. S.
Dean, C. L.
Dean, J. W.
Duke, B. F.
Duke, S. V.
Edwards, W. D.
Xorth, T. K.
Xorton, R. B.
O Bannon, W. H.
Oumacht, J. M.
Osteen, J. T.
Ogle, D. J.
Osborn, C. E.
Oates, G. J.
Patterson, J. M.
Parham, J. A.
Edwards, Wm. D. Pedrick, Jno. S.
Edison, J. A.
Foster, R. H.
Gamble, Jno., Jr.
Gamble, W. E.
Gainey, R. C.
Godwin, J. E.
Graham, Geo. E.
Guynn, W. E.
Guess, F. H.
Gooden. B. R.
Harp, I. J.
Hood. L. W.
Hood. O. P.
Hood, C. E.
Hoffman, W. H.
Hunt, J. B.
Hart, C. B.
Harp, O. J.
Inglis, Alex. W.
Inglis, Jno. L.
Jerries, T. M.
Jones, Geo. W.
Johns, J. W.
Jones, J. W.
Johns. F. W.
Power, A. M.
Parham. J. R.
Polk. J. D.
Peter. E. H.
Peterman, H. J. I
Perry, L. D.
Perry, J. H.
Ray, E. L.
Rivers, C. A.
Rush, C. W.
Register, S. H.
Sanders, Robt. H.
Sanders, B. R.
Schnider, C. M.
Sheppard, W. F.
Smith, E. F.
Smith, J. W.
Strange, T. X.
Sparkman, E. V.
Starling, R. W.
Spivey, A. F.
Stanford, J. A.
Thomas. S. C. M.
Tomberlin, D. E.
Trotter, J. L.
Turnipseed, M. D,
Turner, J. J.
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Keisten, H. R.
Kibler. A. B.
Kibler, D. B.
Kibler, L. M.
Knight. W X.
Knight. L. H.
Knight. H. W.
Knight. E. L.
Koon. W. H.
Koon, J. H.
Kemp. T. J.
Lassiter, C. G.
Leitner, C. G:
Lightsey, G. W.
Lindsay, P. E.
Lowrie, C. T.
Lowrie, T. L.
Tullis, Chas. G. J.
Trotter, Joe L.
Turnipseed, E. A.
Waters, W. J.
Wadkins, H. J.
Wadkins, D. G.
Walters, C. W.
White. W. D.
Williams, J. S. -Wilkinson,
Williams, C. R.
Wyche. A. J.
Williams, H. C
Watson, J. M.
Williams, J. II.
Wingate, L. L.
Zimmerman, T. J.
Candler, District No. 25
Baxter, H. W. Marshall, E. E.
Bennett, Harry. McCollough, G: H.
Belcher, A. McClain, Albert.
Ballard, Lawrence McKlnley, E. G.
Caldwell, J. E. McGee, G. D.
Caldwell. J. O.
Caldwell, X. C.
Cooner, C. H.
Caldwell, D. B.
DeLong, Wr. H.
Driver, F. E.
DeLong, I. X.
Evans. R. J.
Fort, P. A.
Xorton, F. A.
Xixon, J. T.
Pritchett, T. E.
Quick, C. W.
Richie, G. G.
Savage, C. A.
Snell, A. J.
SnelL Oliver G.
Snell, F. C.
HIghtower, J. O. Snider, William.
Hudson, Jas. Tillls, C. W.
Wbrrick, J. F.
Williams, A. R.
Marshall, J. X.
Mathews, J. H.
Sparr, District No.- 26
Ambrose, Herbert Johnson, L. A.
Bagley, W. B. Kennedy, Geo., Sr.
Ausley, P. A.
Bates, J. H.
Beck, L. D.
Iteck, J. L.
Beck, Robt. D.
Bird, W. H.
Blitch, F. W.
L ies, R. T.
Mention. Oliver J.
Miller, J. U
Mobley, Jno. J.
NY I, S. A.
Xelson, J A.
Prisoc, A. I.
Bostick, Spencer. Ray, Walter.
Barnett,.H. M. Raney, Jake.
Beasley, C. W.
Barden, Geo. W.
Carter, J. A
Carter, T. E.
RedilYk, G. R.
Rce, W. R.
Calhoun, Jonas J. Becklnger, H. L.
Clark, D. A.
Clark, J. Henry.
Cave, 11. M.
Seckinger, V. M.
Secklnger, W. J.
Seckinger, J. H.
Steele, T. L.
Staggers, II. W.
Sullivan, J. M.
Dickson, Richard. Sparkman, S. W.
Dillard, L. F. Small, Harvey.
Dorsey, Wm. Stevenson, S. R.
Harris, Wm. Freyermuth, B. I.
Martin, B. E. Gallipeau, Arthur.
Washington, Geo. Gillis, Wm.
Edwards, Alt B. Gray, Henry.
Frlnk, M. P. Giles. E. H.
Haycraft, C. D. P. Tucker, Lloyd A.
Harrison, R. D. Jr. Veal, W. R. O.
Holmes, Xath'l. Walker, Jas.
Holland, Jas. J.
Hawkins, C. M.
Wallace, A. S. J.
Walker, D. A.
Warren, J. B.
Burton, Jno. H.
Boyles, H. C.
Boyles, G. D.
Bagley, L. u.
Kennedy, I. C.
Luffman, Jno. W.
Luffman. W. A.
Caldwell, W. W. Lovell, Ambling.
Carlton, Geo. L. Luffman, W. O.
Civils, Stephen E. Luffman, E. W.
Colbert, J. W. Lambert, A. S.
Colbert, J. J. Myers, Mace.
Clemmons, Elias Mobley, Julius.
Clemmons, H. R. Martin, W. L.
Clemmons, Xoah. Malloy, J. B.
Carlton, Jno. F. Meadaws, J. F.
Chapman W. R. H. Madden, J. M.
Clemmons, H. L. McDonald, J. M
Eminisor, W. D.
Xorman, D. F.
Xeal, J. M.
Parry, Albert L.
Parry, S. I.
Grantham, Dan'l. Richardson, Geo.
Grantham, D. S. Richardson, Esau.
Galbraith, J. B. Richards. Jno. D.
Grantham, H. D. Souter, S. D.
Grantham, J. W. Smith, Jos. M.
Gray, Jno. G. Smith, Chas. D.
Grantham, J. L.
Hall, L. B.
Stevens, Allen J.
Smith, W. G.
Strickland, J. M.
Strickland; J. A.
Haris, Wm. Taylor, Berry J.
Hooker, D. W.
Hall, W. J.
Johnston, J. W.
Thomas, J. E.
Taylor. E. G.
Taylor, J. I.
Thomas, Frank P.
Young, Leslie G.
Eureka, District No. 27
Browning, A. M. Mathews, H. D.
Brinson, J. J. McQualg, J. X.
Brinson, BenJ. Rainer, Hardy.
Burney, Arthur. Robinson, Lewis.
Brinson, J. X
Fiddle. J. L.
Hogan, Jno. R.
Harp, F. M.
Hogan, Lee T.
Hogan, R. A.
Marsh, L. B.
Levon District No. 28
Strickland, A. C.
Squires, A. E.
WL'sou, A. W.
Wells, J. W.
Wells, X., Jr.
Barrett, J. S.
Freer, W. R.
Frlnk. W. J.
Goodwin, A. X.
Martin, R. E.
Martin. C. H.
Miller, W. L.
Oliver, H. P.
Kendrick, District No. 29
Anderson, Robt Kendrick, Geo.
Absten, Hector. Loos, Peter.
Brooks, S. B. Lemmon, Wm.
Pritchett, M. B.
Scroggie, D. S.
Shaw, W. R.
Slaughter, T. K.
Waters, J. J.
Baxter. H. B.
Chappell, W. V.
Chappell, Charley.Xickol8, Wm
Cunning, Geo. Olin, O. G.
Livingston, W. B.
Lewis, T. M.
McLeod, E. C.
Olin. A. A.
Phillips. M. E.
Edwards, Perry. Richardson, S T.
Early, B. F. W. Ray, G. W.
Finley, W. A.
Finley, E. D.
Finley, A. P.
Guthrie, J. J.
Ray, J. B.
Rawls, D. C.
Syms, Thos. C. -Strap,
Spencer, J. E.
Hopkins, Harvey. Stark, Jno.
Hains, Juror. Stevens. Holly.
Johnston, Charley Weathers, W. V.
Jacobs, David, jr. Wilson, Z. R.
KJrk, Frank. Williams, Walter
Long, Henry W. Walker, C. R.
Lew's, Chas. oung, W. B.
Fairfield, District No. 31
Barber, Simpson. Llveritt, W. II.
Best, W. W. Mathews, D. B.
Best, L. W. Milling, W. X
Boseman. S. R. McCalllster, C. II.
McLaughlin, A. J.
Payne, M. L.
Brown, Perry B.
Carter, J. H.
Chambers, B. R. Payne, D. B.
Crouch, R. T. Sams, W. S.
Davis, J. L. Scofleld, Dan.
Dawson, Solomon Scofleld, Xoah.
Dawson, Edward. Scott, Washington
Dodd, E. S. Scanes, Rufus.
Dodd, L. Smoak, J. W.
Dukes, Cokely. Sempler, Rent!
Dupuis, F. S.
Edwards, L. K.
Farnbach, I. E.
Gattrell H. W.
Gibson, V. G.
Collins, B. F.
Godwin, W. L.
Griffith, W. B
Hicks, J. D.
Ivy, W. T.
Jennings, B. S.
Jernigan, H. J.
Jones, J. A.
Sparkman, H. C.
Stokes, W. T.
Stevens, D. E.
Tate, H. W.,
Thigpen, C. L.
Williams, Jno. H.
Wrilliams. C. B.
Wilson, WT. U
Yongue, W. E.
Yongue, W. A.
Yongue, R. C.
Yongue, A. B.
Yongue, A. W.
Yongue, J. B.
Yongue, A. G.
Geiger, District No. 32
Bishop, J. Q. Leitner, B. F.
Bruton, J. F.
Colden, II. E.
Calvin, Chas. C.
Carlton, J. A.
Dunning, J. S.
Dreher, W R.
Dreher. F. II.
Dunn, D. R.
Dupuis, J. W.
Lazalr, J. P.
Leitner, G. W.
Messer, J. W.
McCullough, J. G.
Nell, E. F.
Pardee. W. II.
Phillips, W. H.
Reeves, T. J.
Rackett, W. R.
Robins, C. L.
Smith, E. A.
Dreher, Willie, Jr Simmons, J.
Ellis, R. T.
Feaster, J. W.
Floyd, W. E.
Floyd. W. F.
Geiger, S. P.
Gladney, J. II.
Harrell, II. H.
Hunter, R. M.
Howell, J. B.
Harris, R. H.
Jones, C. F.
Smith, R. M.
Simmons, O. G.
Smith, V. P. i
Smith, C. M.
Smith, J. M.
Smith, Retis P.
WhIttin?ton, J. I.
Whittington, R. R
Weisner, J. A.
Willis, D. P.
Wylie, C. P.
Washington, O. W.
Zetrouer, J. C.
Leitner, J. J.
I certify that the foregoing list of
qualified electors in and for Marion
county, Florida, is true and correct,
to the best of my knowledge and be belief.
lief. belief. D. M. BARCO.
October 23, 1912.
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Shaw, C. H.
Smith, P. C.
Turnipseed, J. E.
Taylor, Jos. P.
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Johnstin, B. E.
Martel, District No. 30
Adams, Sam. Lewis. Harris.
Adams, Jno. H. Lli.scomb. Chas.
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