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tJIE FURNITURE HEN
AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1912.
SALLOW COMPLEXION comes from bilious
impurities in the blood, and the fault lies with the
liver. It is torpid.
(THE FCWDER FORM)
Is the greatest of all liver medicines. Its powerful purifying and
strengthening influence is at once apparent in an improved appetite,
K'wmI digestion and a feeling of strength and energy in the body.
When the system has been put in order the yellow cast in the skin
gradually disappears and the complexion becomes clear and healthy.
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Ak for h KmulTm with th Red 7. on the lbl. If you nniwl ft It, rm!t to oi. we will lend
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oi i k i:s ovkk tiii:
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: 'Phone 211 Ocala. Ha. I
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Plans and Specifications Furnished
120 SOUTH THIRD STREET
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M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
1). F. McIVFR and C. V. ROBERTS
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 surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor tn the city.
Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of tha
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of thi
BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
B. A. Dt'it, 627 Washington St., ConnertTillts
(nd., if io hi 85th year, lie writer us : "I hart
ate It a flared much from my kidne s and blad bladder
der bladder I had tevertbaekacljea and my L idr-f action
was too treinent,caa.uo me to lose njuth sleep
at night, and in my bladder there was constant
patn. 1 took roier nianey t ins lor tome iime.
and am now free of all trouble and ncrain able to
be up and around. Foley kidney Pills have my
fclg best recommendation."
For Sal by Anti-Monopoly Dm est ore
HOARD OF PUIILIC IXSTRUCmON
The board of public Instruction In
and for Marlon county met In regular
session at the usual place on Tuesday,
October fe, 1912, with all members pres present
ent present and pctlns as follows: W. D. Cam,
chairman, and IS. R, Ulltch and J. S.
Grantham, members, and J. H. IJrin IJrin-on.
on. IJrin-on. secretary.
Mr. J. F. Parker of the Homeland
school .called and made inquiry as to
the advertising preparatory to calling
an election in the Cotton riant dis district
trict district to change the boundaries of
Mr. A. S. Pickett, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Cottage Hill district, call called
ed called and made request for an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation to assist tn transporting the
school children of the Cottage Hill
district to the'Fellowship school or to
apply In paying a teacher to be em employed
ployed employed by them. It was ag-eed that
the available funds of the district
could be so used to the extent of $10
per month for six months with the
preference In favor of transporting
the pupils to the Fellowship school.
Messrs. Dinklns, Fort and Hampton,
trustees of the Capulet district, call called
ed called to have an understanding about
the salary of the teacher or the part
of same to be paid from district funds.
It was claimed that the intention of
the trustees was to pay but $3 per
month, from district funds and the
teacher had been contracted with for a
salary including $10 per month from
district funds. It was agreed to con continue
tinue continue the salary as contracted.
Mr. J. B. Trotter, supervisor of the
Homeland school, called and reported
on the well that had recently been put
Mr. Hooper called representing the
community on the Lake Weir road on
and in the neighborhood of the Robin Robinson
son Robinson farm and asked that a petition
that was to be presented to the board
asking that a school be established on
the farm, be granted. It was agreed
to grant the school with the under understanding
standing understanding that tbe community would
furnish the wood and water.
The board adjourned-to 1:30.
Mr. Isaac Perkins, one of the for former
mer former patrons of the Eton Creek school,
called and made request to patronize
the Key Fond school, which was grant granted.
ed. granted. Mr. A. B. Conner of Bellevlew called
and verbally presented a request from
the trustees of the Bellevlew school
that the original appropriation salaries
of teachers should be paid Instead of a
reduced appropriation which had been
later agree'd upon. Action was passed
for the present.
Mr. E. L. Mills, supervisor of the
Grahamville school, called and made
request that the school be allowed to
continue to the end .of the present
school month with two teachers al although
though although the average shown by the re report
port report for the month just ended was not
quite sufficient to justify the county
in continuing the assistant. Request
Messrs. Luffman. Fore and Murphy,
trustees of the Oriner Farm district,
called and discussed the situation of
their school and made request that the
county allow the amount of the orig original
inal original appropriation for salaries of
teachers instead of the amount later
agreed upon. Action was passed for
Messrs. Wm. Griffith and O. W. Ne Neville,
ville, Neville, trustees of the Dunnellon school,
called and presented certain accounts
in due form for payment. They also
presented plans for making additions
to the Dunnellon school building ap apparently
parently apparently necessary to accommodate
the Increased attendance and the one
extra teacher that had been granted
previously. It was agreed that the
trustees would make temporary ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for room for the primary
department outside of the building for
the present term with the understand understanding
ing understanding that after the close of the present
term the county board and the trus trustees
tees trustees would take up the matter of en enlarging
larging enlarging the present house to accom
modate the school between the county
and district, the county board to de determine
termine determine the limit of expense upon
Mr. F. W. Ditto called and discuss
ed fire insurance matters with the
board and solicited a share of the
school insurance. It was agreed to
have him prepare policies for the new
houses just erected at Sparr and Sum-
Tom McCants, supervisor of the
Montague colored school, called and
made request for a monitor to be al allowed
lowed allowed for the school and suggested
his daughter for the place. Action was
passed for the present.
Prof. Workman, principal of the
Ocala school, called and made request
for an appropriation of $25 forthe
purchase of additional apparatus and
material for the physical laboratory.
Action passed for present.
Mr. M. M. Proctor, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Pedro school, called and
discussed with the board the resigna resignation
tion resignation of the principal and the appoint appointment
ment appointment of Miss Elizabeth Proctor to the
position as had been recommended by
the trustees. Action passed.
Dr. J. E. Chace, one of the trustees
of the Ocala school, called and dis discussed
cussed discussed with the board the matter of
securing a site for the proposed new new-school
school new-school building. It was agreeTl that
the committee that had been previous previously
ly previously constituted to handle the school
building proposition secure all desira desirable
ble desirable information as to available lots
and prices at which they could be ob obtained
tained obtained and report at the next session
of the county board.
In the matter of the requests from
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MR 118 EI
la Wonder at the Swift and Skillful
Onnlausjht of the Balkan Allien
on Tnr key key-London.
London. key-London. Oct. 27. The swiftness and
efficiency of the onward movement of
the armies of the allied Balkan states
against the Turkish forces are mak making
ing making Europe open its eyes.
The two pivotal points of Turkey's
defense on the north were Adrianople
and Uskup. The Bulgarian army in
the east has defeated the Turks at
Kisk-Killisia, which is the strongest
outpost of Adrianople, and appears to
have almost invested that fortress.
The Servian army in the west walk walked
ed walked Into I'skup at 2 o'clock Saturday
afternoon without opposition. The
Turkish garrison withdrew on the
railway towards Salonikl.
How far it intends to retreat and
why. are questions. The only answer to
the last question is that the strength
and supplies of the garrison did not
justify an attempt to make a stand.
There is no position between Uskup
and Saloniki better suited for a battle
than the one abandoned. The strategy
apparently is to follow the line of
the railway toward Saloniki.
Adrianople Almont Surrounded
Events about Adrianople are even
more important. The Bulgarians ap apparently
parently apparently are proceeding successfully
with investment of the fortress. The
Turkish army which was defeated at
Kirk-Killisia did not fall back upon
Adrianople, but took the road to the
south, where it could connect with the
railway to Constantinople.
The military critics are asking how
many men Turkey has in Adrianople
and how long they will be able to
withstand a siege. The"re is a gen general
eral general belief that if the Bulgarian in investment
vestment investment is completed and railway
communication with Constantinople
cut, the Turks will be starved out
within a month.
In the meantime the Montenegrins
are pushing their attack on Scutarla.
The Greeks have entered several small
towns in the course of -their advance
to the north.
Tbe Illrth of a w atlon
Even If this, which Is the first stage
of the war, is entirely successful for
the small states, the second stage will
be more Interesting. The great ques question
tion question then will be, not whether Turkey
can defend Constantinople, which It Is
generally believed she can unless un unsuspected
suspected unsuspected conditions develop in the
army or revolution .and bankruptcy
strike from behind, but wrhether she
can organize and equip her forces for
an aggressive campaign which will
sweep back the Balkan armies from
the territory seized in the first stage
of the war.
Politically, there Is one outstanding
fact; that is. If the armies of the
P.alkan kings are able to hold even
what they have gained thus far, and
the entire European press seems to
take it for granted that they can;
there is a new nation In Europe. In
stead of four feeble kingdoms to which
the powers have given orders from
time to time, there Is another coherent
IlEVKKlDf.R WOULD XT
HAVE THE IIOODLE
Washington, Oct. 27. Former Sen Senator
ator Senator Albert J. Beveridge of Indiana,
before the Clapp committee yesterday,
corroborated other testimony that in
his 1904 campaign for the Senate he
received $30,000 from George W. Ter Ter-kins,
kins, Ter-kins, $25,000 from Edward L. McLean
and $2,500 from Gifford Pinchot. Mr.
I'erkins had testified he gave Bever Beveridge
idge Beveridge $10,000, which was returned.
Beveridge produced evidence to the
effect that he returned all the money.
A LOG OX THE TRACK
of the fast express means serious trou trouble
ble trouble ahead if riot removed, so does loss
of appetite. It means lack of vitality,
loss of strength and nerve weakness.
If appetite falls, take Electric Bitters
quickly to overcome the cause by
toning up the stomach and curing the
indigestion. Michael Hessheimer of
Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three
years, but six bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters put him right on his feet again.
They have helped thousands. They
give pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 50 cent sat Tydlngs &
HOUSE AXD FLAT FOR REXT
For rent furnished or unfurnished,
gas stove with house, most desirable
location. Apply to phone 216 or ad address
dress address No. 139 Fort King avenue. Ad.
FORTUNES IX FACES
There's often much truth in the say saying,
ing, saying, "her face is her fortune," but its
never said where pimple?, skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, blotches, or other blemishes dis disfigure
figure disfigure it. Impure blood Is back of them
all, and shows the need of Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They promote health
and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at Ty Tydlngs
dlngs Tydlngs & Cq. (Adv.)
AUSPICIOUS TIME TO
PAINT YOUR AUTO
This Is the season when you should
have your automobile painted. The
work we turn out looks just as good as
new and the enamel Is as permanent
and holds its brilliancy Just as well as
a fatcory finish. "We are now turning
out several handsome pieces of work
and it would pay you to call at the
shop and look them over. Our up upholstering
holstering upholstering and covering department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re
pairs to an entire new job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works.
Ad. W. F. McAteer, Proprietor.
SAVES LEG OF BOY
"It seemed that my 14-year-old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account
of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad
bruise," wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone,
N. C. "All remedies and doctors' treat treatment
ment treatment failed till we tried Bucklen's Ar Arnica
nica Arnica Salve, and cured him with one
box." Cures burns. oils, skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, piles. 5c. at Tydings & Co. (Ad.)
WOLF IX SHEEP'S WOOL
Greenville, S. C Oct. 27. Found
guilty yesterday of criminally assault assaulting
ing assaulting three little girls In the South
Carolina Odd Fellows Home, of which
he was superintendent. the Rev.
Thurston U. Vaughn, once .prominent
as a Baptist minister, will pay the
penalty of his misdeeds with his life.
The trial was brought to a sensa sensational
tional sensational close when Vaughn broke down
and confessed all. He named two
other victims in addition to those In Included
cluded Included in the indictment. The Jury,
out but four minutes, made no recom recommendations
mendations recommendations for mercy. This means
that Vaughn will be sentenced to the
People of the Fourth Judicial Clrrolt
Hk the Rent of the State to
To the Electors of Marion County:
Most of you have at some time had
occasion to complain at "the law's
All of you know that "the law's de delay"
lay" delay" always postpones and frequent frequently
ly frequently defeats, the enforcement of legal
rights and the administration of jus justice.
tice. justice. The people of Duval, Nassau. St.
Johns and Clay counties (comprising
the fourth judicial circuit) are com complaining
plaining complaining earnestly at "the law's delay."
They did not get any relief from
the additional judges and circuits
created last year, while every
other circuit in the state did get
The population of the counties
mentioned, and the business in the
circuit courts of these counties, is
now more than four times greater
than when the judicial machinery
we have was provided:
It is not humanely possible for
one man to do the work required
of the judge of the fourth circuit.
The legislature has recognized our
need of the relief asked for, by pro proposing
posing proposing an amendment to the constitu constitution,
tion, constitution, which is to be voted on in the
WHOLE STATE at the election next
The amendment will appear on the
ballot as follows:
"FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND AMEND-Ment.
Ment. AMEND-Ment. ARTICLE V, CREATING AN
ADDITIONAL CIRCUIT JUDGE JUDGESHIP
SHIP JUDGESHIP FOR DUVAL COUNTY.
SALARY AND OTHER EXPENSES
TO BE PAID BY DUVAL COUN COUNTY."
TY." COUNTY." The adoption of the amendment will
promote the cause of justice;
The adoption of the amendment will
cost you nothing:
If you -do not object to the promo promotion
tion promotion of justice, free of cost to you, you
are requested to vote for the amend amendment,
ment, amendment, and further assist a worthy
cause by asking your friends and
neighbors to do likewise.
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.)
F. A. Wootsey, a nreakman at Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Texas, says: 'I was down
with kidney trouble and rheumatism
so bad I could hardly get up, and had
backache all the time, and was almost
tired of living. I sa wan advertisement
of Foley Kidney Pills and after taking
one bottle I was better, and when" I
had taken two more I was thoroughly
cured." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
SEEDS, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
For sore throat, swollen tonsils,
pimples on the tongue, gargle 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. BaUe the skin with
It to reduce swellings, cure Insect bites
or stings, wash out ragged wounds,
old sores or barbed wire cuts. It dis disinfects
infects disinfects the wound and heals the flesh.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
FOR SALE AT $175
A St. Louis well machine that will
make wells from seven inches down
through any kind of rock. Address,
D. C. Stanley, Bellevlew, Fla.
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerful,
penetrating and relieving remedy will
be found in BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT.
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c.
50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
1013 Llcennea Due October Flmt
All state and county licenses are due
and payable on the first day of Octo October.
ber. October. To continue business after that
date without your 1913 license will be
an open violation of the laws of the
state of Florida.
The tax collector will Is3ue the
licenses and furnish blanks and all
Yours very truly,
Joseph Bell, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
J. C. Ray, Wlnfleld. 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
Arkansas Chm St Fever Tonic-. 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrlppe
Tydlngs & Co. Ad.
Here is a woman wno speak3 from
personal knowledge and long exper
ience, viz:., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Pa., who says. "I know from ex
perience that Chamberlains Cough
Remedy Is far superior to any other
For croup there is nothing that excels
it." For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
M THRU 1 1
Arthur Smith of Fort Wayne, lad..
Proved Hlmaelf an lp-to-Date
Fort Wayne, Ind., Oct. 27. Arthur
Smith proved himself a modern Loch Loch-invar
invar Loch-invar yesterday, when he placed his
fiancee. Miss Aimee Cour. beside him
in his biplane and flew jo Hillsdale.
Mich., seventy-five miles away, where
they were married.
The parents of the young woman
had objected to their marriage but
upon learning of the (light and wed wedding,
ding, wedding, they telegraphed Smith that he
would be welcome In their home, but
for him to ship his machine by freight
and return with their daughter on a
WILSON WONT WAIT
Oa the Return) but Will Co to lied for
a Full Mghfaj ReMt
Princeton, N. J., Oct. 28. Gov.
Woodrow Wilson would rather go to
bed at 9 o'clock election night to take
a long sleep and find out the next
morning whether or not he Is elected
president of the United States than to
sit up and watch the returns.
The governor watched a workman
installing a telegrapn instrument In
his home today by courtesy of a tele telegraph
graph telegraph company. The nominee wonder wondered
ed wondered if the noise would not prove dis distracting.
tracting. distracting. "Really," he told the correspondents,
"I'd rather go to bed at 9 o'clock than
to sit up and follow the early returns,
which are usually fragmentary and
The correspondents looked surpris surprised
ed surprised at the remark and thought he was
not in earnest.
"I mean it seriously." added the gov governor.
ernor. governor. "I am not Jesting about it. I'd
rather get a good night's rest and
read the complete returns in the
Even though the governor may go
to bed early, his wife and three
daughters will sit behind the telegraph
instrument and watch the returns. The
governor, however, may find little rost
after all. for the Princeton University
students are going to be on hand elec election
tion election night for a noisy program. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Wilson expected to see the Dartmouth-Princeton
football game on
university field here today.
STARKE WILL ENTERTAIN
THE WHITE R III DONERS
Official Call for the Twenty-Ninth An Annual
nual Annual Convention of the Florida
W. C. T. U.
Starke will entertain the state con convention
vention convention November 12-15, 1912, and is
making every possible plan to make
this 29th convention the most valua valuable
ble valuable of all. Will you not see that your
union is well represented?
The state officers and state superin superintendents
tendents superintendents are delegates by virtue of of office.
fice. office. The general officers of local
unions are delegates without election.
In addition to them every union that
has paid state dues is entitled to one
delegate. Those that have paid for
over twenty members, may send two
delegates; if over forty, three dele delegates.
gates. delegates. Starke wants a large delegation. The
state workers are very anxious that
every union be represented by two or
more delegates. A fine program is be being
ing being prepared come to enjoy It and
your union will be so much the better
equipped for another year's service.
You are expected to reach Starke
Tuesday evening, Nov. 12th. The first
meeting Is at 7:30. Write Mrs. F. A.
Scott names of delegates just as soon
as you can. Minnie E. Neal. Pres.
Mabel P. Dean, Rec Scc'y.
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, tonsilitis, hemorrhages. A
trial will convince you. 50c. and $1.
Guaranteed by Tydlngs & Co. (Adv.)
Don't forget that Xorrls candy will
vin you a home or end a scrap. It is
aUvays fresh at Court Pharmacy. Ad.
If you nave young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of the
tomach are their most con.mon ail
ment. To correct this you will find
Chamberlkin's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets excellent. They are easy and
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
In effect. Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)
CONNOR A MONEY ORDER OFFICE
The public 13 notified that the post-
office at Connor Is now a money order
Ad P. T. RandalL Postmaster.
H. M. Beatty, Little Rock, Ark., says:
For the past two years I suffered
with kidney trouble, had severe pains
across my back and over my hips that
almost meant death to me at times. I
used several well known kidney rem remedies,
edies, remedies, but got no relief until I used Fo
ley Kidney Pills. These I can truth
fully say made me a sound and well
man." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Ad.)
R. E. YONGE AGAIN IX
THE PLUMBING BUSINESS
R. E. Yonge & Co. are again In the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
Jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Phone 26. Respectfully,
Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.
W. A. Rimes, Ruton. r-L. writes:
"Sometime ago I took Foley Kidney
Pill, and must confess the Tesults
have been marvelous, for I feel like a
new man. I suffered from kidney an3
bladder troubles- out Foley Kidney
Pills fixed me. I will recommend them
to all sufferers from kidney trouble."
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. (Adv.)
Light and Medium Weight
All Colors. The Best 25
and 50c Hosiery on the
Market. : : : : :
A T. Thomas, Pres. J. Tiiompson, Manager
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed 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 de-Hcriptions.
Hcriptions. de-Hcriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on Tequest.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
EOLD WEATHER KOMPORTS
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 hor?e blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything in our line.
KNIGHT Sl LANG
F. E. McCLAXE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Office, S33. Eulte 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Dr. McClar.e's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Square
Notet Call made hy wperlnl appointment. Special Genlf Urinary Cllale
after 7 p. ti. eaoU ttay.
Call up Phone 300 and Lei
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee (o Save You Money on Any Work in Oar Lines
An we employ none hut experts we are la poMtton to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we enantroet to aUnd the lapee1ton f the moat
rlctd Innpertora. It root not bine to Ket our figure, and J on are tb
tvlaner, whether we aernre the eonirart or not. tilve na a trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FORT KING BLOCK
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 10.00
1 6-noIe Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 1HJ0
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 0.50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for ODly 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only .. 5.73
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.00
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OCALA EVEXIXG STAJt, MONDAY, OCTOBER. 28, I9i2
OGALA EVENING STAR
Rittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. R. Carroll, IJnsIness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla.. as second cla&H mall matter.
AN ANCIENT CAPITAL
OF TIIK K A STERN EMPIRE
fierce and stubborn fighting. It Is also
true that the Turkish armies that car
ried the crescent to the walla of
Vienna, aed held the line of the
Danube against Russia for over a cen century
tury century were in a large part composed- of
meT from the same brave little nations
that are now driving them back on
TIIK THREE VIEWS
Adrianople, now virtually surround surrounded
ed surrounded by the Bulgarian troops, is the
principal fortified city of European
Turkey, and has long been relied on
by the Turks to prevent. a hostile
army approaching Constantinople.
Adrianople stands on the site of a
Thracian city, the origin of which Is
lost in the mists of artiquity. One of
Its kings, according to Homer, was an
ally of Troy, and was killed by the
Greeks during the Trojan war. The
present city was rebuilt by the Rom Romans
ans Romans and renamed after the emperor
Adrian over 1500 years ago. Several
times, whan either foreign war or se
dition, drove the Greek emperors out
of Constantinople, it was their capital
until a change of fortune enabled
them to return to the greater city by
the Golden Horn. In the palmy days
of the Roman empire. Adrianople and
all the country around It was fine of
the gardenspots of the world, very
different from the semi-desert it has
always been, under Turkish rule. In
1.105 the Bulgarians sent a great army
against It and won a victory over the
It was a stronghold of Christianity
until 1361 and often offered its hos hospitality
pitality hospitality to the crusaders, especially
those from Germany. In that- year,
however, the Moslem Turks took the
city and It was the chief city of their
empire until 1453, when they captur captured
ed captured Constantinople and made that city
The Russians have occupied Adrian Adrianople
ople Adrianople twice, the first time in 1820,
when they forced Turkey to sign a
treaty giving Independence to Greece.
Again during the Rusa-Turklsh war
of 1S78 the Russians took the town
without resistance. The modern Ad Adrianople
rianople Adrianople Is a scattered, uncared-for
city, although Rome of its forty
mosques are fine examples of architec architecture.
ture. architecture. Its people number about 80.000,
half Turks, the rest Armenians, Is Israelites
raelites Israelites and Greeks, except for a
handfull of Catholics and Protestants.
The fortifications are very strong.
They are composed of forty modern
forts In a semi-circle running around
the northern part from east to west
with minor forts between. The south
is the weakest spot, being guarded
practically only by the river, but there
are treacherous marshes on that side.
Adrianople la about 150 miles as the
crow files from Constantinople, and
about 40 miles further by the rail railway,
way, railway, which is the eastern end of the
Trans-European line that runs all the
way from the straits of Dover to the
The Bulgarians were originally an
Asiatic people, whose origin Is un unknown.
known. unknown. They were different both from
Jthe Caucasians of the south and Mon Mongols
gols Mongols of the north. They are kin to the
Samoyedes of northeastern Siberia and
to the Fins of northwestern Russia,
and have preserved some of their
characteristics In spite of centuries of
mixture with other races. They first
appeared in Armenia about 100 B. C,
but when the Roman empire began to
disintegrate they moved over into
southeastern Europe and conquered
the country they now inhabit. They
were aggressive heathens, and for hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of years persecuted the Chris Christians
tians Christians as fiercely as the Turks ever
have. While they are now nominally
Greek Christians, they have preserved
! many of their old pagan rites, and mix
them In their religious observances as
the Mexicans of today mingle many
old Aztec customs with the services
of the Roman Cathollc""church.
The Servians are one of the branches
of the great Slavonic race, though ow
ing to constant intermixture with other
races there is little left of the race but
the name and customs. Their country
was the battleground of Hungary,
Austria and Turkey for over six hun
dred years, and there is prospect that
it will see fighting on a larger scale
than ever In the next year or so.
We do not see that the issues of this
campaign can be any more completely
summed up than they are as follows
by the New York World:
There is plenty in the land. Gran Granaries
aries Granaries are full. Barns are bursting.
Cattle and swine are fat. There is
money in the banks. Labor is well
employed and in many cases well paid.
Pointing' to these things, Mr. Taft
and hl3 followers say in effect that if
we disturb" the tariff law, written in
terms which not one American in ten
thousand can understand, all this
prosperity must go and in its place
must come woe- and want.
-There is industrial wrong in the
land. Men, women and children toll
and suffer. The conditions of their
labor and their lives are bad. Their
wages are small. They are unorgan
Ized and in many respects they are
helpless. Mot of them are the em employees
ployees employees of the great interests in whose
behalf the tarfff law was written.
Addressing themselves to this situa situation.
tion. situation. Mr. Roosevelt and his followers
make a moving appeal to the sympa
thetic. They promise to use money
secured by taxation for the relief of
the needy. They promise by law to
compel employers to be considerate.
They promise to create mercy and
charity by act of Congress In places
where other acts of Congress designed
to stimulate these same impulses are
now a dead letter. But they do not
promise to do away with the monop monopolies
olies monopolies created and sustained by the
tariff. They merely seek a fairer
division of the plunder.
There is injustice in the land. The
few tax the many. The few make
laws for their own enrichment. The
few control government. The few de debauch
bauch debauch political parties. The few give
millions to campaign funds and get
their pay in unfair laws, In laws en enforced
forced enforced with partiality, in laws that
are not enforced at all. The few have
taken refuge behind the tariff law and
in the trusts. Some of them who favor
Mr. Taft are defiant. Some of them who
favor Mr. Roosevelt are willing to ne negotiate.
gotiate. negotiate. Not one of them offers to
Considering this state of affairs,
Woodrow Wilson and his followers
say that there is something higher and
nobler than material wealth and some something
thing something more desirable than charity,
public or private. That Is freedom.
That Is Justice. That is equal Tights.
That is independence. That Is self self-reliance.
reliance. self-reliance. That Is public service as
contrasted with the degradation of
self-interest and self-deception.
The campaign now closing crys crystallizes
tallizes crystallizes itself In this .simple way. Mr.
Taft would leave things as they are.
Mr. Roosevelt would leave things as
they are, although he would have
those who have profited by monopoly
and oppression made secure for a sea season
son season by a greater" show of charity. Mr.
Wilson would have justice Justice
that destroys monopoly, uproots priv privilege,
ilege, privilege, establishes equality, dignifies
manhood and makes alms-giving by
state and nation necessary.
There can be no social justice that
does not rest upon political Justice.
We cannot hide crime behind beno beno-velence.
velence. beno-velence. We cannot glorify monopoly
and tyranny without degrading citi citizenship.
zenship. citizenship. We cannot be subject to
masters in government, in finance, In
Industry, and be free.
HANDSOME CAMPAIGN BUTTONS
The success of the aixan allies Is
almost ""throwing European cabinets
into fits. For over thirty years. Aus
tria and Russia, backed by Germany,
have maintained the statu quo for
purely selfish reasons, Austria intend intending
ing intending to eventually annex Macedonia and
Russia Constantinople, while Germany
was to be repaid with large conces
slons In Asia Minor. In case the Bal
kan nations and Greece win in this
war, they will take the coveted terri territory
tory territory themselves, unless the great pow powers
ers powers Interfere, and if the little nations
. stand on their rights. It Isn't to be
supposed that. Great Britain, France
and Italy are going to allow the
Greeks and Slavonians to be crushed in
vrder to aggrandize Germany, Austria
Among Ocala's needs Is a public li
brary. It is an institution which can
' do the greatest good to the most peo-
pie at the least cost of any. Ex
perience has- proved that we can't
maintain a public library at private
expense, because It is a business that
will be everybody's business, conse
quently almost everybody will expect
somebody else to do the work and pay
the bills. Let us go to work and ob
ram a Carnegie library, and get in
line In this respect with other pro
Editor C. E. Harrison of the Tampa
limes Is writing some exceedingly in interesting
teresting interesting personal reminiscences of his
section of Florida in the seventies and
eighties. Not, a few prominent men
and women well known to the old
timers of Marion county figure In the
narratives, arid if' they were collected
and bound In book form, they would
be an Important edition to Florida his
In a speech at Superior, Wis., Fri
day. Senator Robert M. .LaFollette
said that If Wilson proved himself a
progressive, he would support his pol policies.
icies. policies. "It would not surprise me much
If Wilson is elected," he added.
Even extra-righteous Gainesville
didn't like to be deprived of its Sun Sunday
day Sunday mall.
The Mexican goverrment has sen sentenced
tenced sentenced Felix Diaz to be shot. He threw
the dice for an empire and lost: now he
must pay for It.
Friction retards, but it helps you to
take hold, so you couldn't make any
progress without friction. Same way,
you can't have any real pleasure unless
there Is more or less trouble to go
It Is very true that the Turkish
armies have a great reputation for
Buy One and Help the WUmoii and
Editor Star: By thjs mail I am
sending you twenty-five of the Wilson
and Marshall "$" buttons. I do so'
with the hope that you may find a
means of disposing- of them during
these last few days of the campaign.
As we near the close, the national
committee finds itself desperately In
need of funds. If you can give these
buttons out to persons who are will
ing to contribute one dollar, it will be
a great help. Robert Ewlng,
Chairman Press Contributing Bureau.
Chicago, Oct. 26.
These are handsome buttons and any
democrat may be proud to wear one,
If you want to chip in another dollar
to the campaign fund step into the
Star office, or see the business man
ager or editor of the Star or Mr. Will
ATLANTA TO TAMPA IN AN AUTO
Leaving Atlanta, Ga. Thursday,
October 17, W. A. Hemphill, accom
panied by M. L. Wise, arrived In the
city Thursday morning of this" week in
Mr. Hemphill's Columbia 1910 automo
bile. They were only sixteen hours on
the road from Atlanta to Live Oak, but
from there on the trip was taken in
easy stages, stopping over in Jack
sonville and several other towns. Mr.
Hemphill states that he found the
roads in excellent shape with the ex
ception of the strin between Rrooks-
vllle and Tampa, which was found to
be in terrible condition. Tampa
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PIANO FOR SALE Good instru instrument
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FOR SALE 3 mules 2 wagons and 1
buggy. Dr. R. H. Baskin, Anthony,
Fla. 1 025-4 tw
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A
good second-hand cooking range. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. G. E. Campbell, 47 South
Third street east.
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
Star office. Ad.
FOR SALE A few pairs of Indian
Runner ducks. Eggs for setting at $1
per dozen. Apply to C. A. McPherson,
Dunnellon. Fla. 10-28-12t
"The People's Choke Maie
Effective by the People's Money"
In these words the Democratic standard bearer, with characteristic incisiveness, has
struck the keynote of the movement which is supporting him and which is going to elect him.
For a quarter of a century the money of the Interests has been paying the political
bills of the nation. And the Interests have been receiving in return the legislative favors
of those elected to office by its money.
As far as Wilson and Marshall, their ticket and the Democratic National Committee
are concerned, these things are at an end.
A National House Cleaning
Wilson's program calls for a National House Cleaning.
He has said to the people "Break into your own house
and live there. Aud I want you to examine very critically
the character of the tenants who have been occupying it.
It is a very big house and very few people have been living
in it: and the rent has been demanded of you and not of
them. You have paid the money which enabled them to
live in your own house and dominate your own premises."
T'ection Day is going to be Moving Day for the. old
The people are going to move into their own house on
November 5th. But first they have got to house clean.
Not with mops and pails, scrubbing brushes and pumice
stones. But with their dollars, clean, hard-earned dollars
which will drive out the tainted ones and pay the moving
expenses which the old arrogant avaricious tenanti have
paid with bribes in years gone by.
Answer to the Rallying Cry
The strong-hearted progressive voters of the country, the
Independent Democrats, Republicans, Progressives and
Socialists, are helping with their money the cause of right righteousness
eousness righteousness and popular government.
They will pay the bills of the Democratic Campaign.
They wll! help to spread the gospel of Wilson and Marshall,
their platform and ticket, among millions of free men, of
voters who must know the right and the wrong in this Cam Campaign.
paign. Campaign. They will back up the refusal of Wilson and Mar Marshall
shall Marshall to accept corporation money. They will stand by
Wilson and Marshall in their determination to win bf the
people's money or not at all.
Will you give one dollar to elect Woodrow Wilson
President of the United States ? Will you give $2, $5, $10
or f 20 ?
The People's Cause Needs a
That's a lot of money but it will be easy to get it if
.very man who believes in Wilson and Marshall does his
art. There is no reason why the People's Cause should
.lot have as big a campaign fund as the Cause of the Few.
The Democratic National Committee doesn't want a
single man to think for a minute that his dollar isn't needed.
It is needed. Will you give today?
A few days more and the fight will be over. Money will
be useless to us then. We must use it just as soon as you
can send it to us.
We want popular subscriptions of from 81.00 to $20.00
to defray the expenses of putting Wilson and Marshall,
their platform and ticket, clearly and comprehensively
beforethe voters of this country both by the printed and
spoken word. Every cent will be spent legitimately, spar sparingly,
ingly, sparingly, effectively.
' We want the dollar of the man who can only afford one
dollar. How much can you give ? Will you send it today ?
Will You Be a Missionary for
Wilson and Marshall?
We need thousands of men and women who will appoint
themselves to head lists and get subscriptions for this clean
Everywhere in offices and factories, on farms and rail railroads,
roads, railroads, there is a glorious opportunity to do effective work in
the sen-ice of your cause.
Put your name and the amount you give at the head of a
list and get your fellow-workers and friends to sign under you.
t Pin the money to the list and send it to C. R. Crane, Vice
Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, 900 Michigan Ave.. Chicago, 111.
Strike out today for the Wilson Cause which will win all
the more overwhelmingly with your support.
How to Contribute to the Wilson
Sign the Coupon in this corner and fill in the amount
you give. Then attach your Money to this Coupon and mail
today to the address given on the Coupon.
Issue all checks, money orders and address all con contributions
tributions contributions to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance
Committee, Democratic National Committee, 900 Mich
igan Avenue, Chicago, III.
Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your name
as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe
Woodrow Wilson should be elected President oi the United
States. In this way you will be listed as a Wilson con contributor.
tributor. contributor. A Souven'r Receipt, handsomely lithographed,
well worth framing, will be sent to you. Your letter will
help the fight by encouraging your friends.
Do everything you can to hold up Wilson's hands in his
clean campaign for the people who do the work and fighting
of the country.
Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
kj C R. CRANE. Vic Chairman Finance Catamtttea,
Th Democratic National Committee. 900 Michigaa Avenue,
At a believer in the progressive ideals of government repre represented
sented represented in the rand dacy of Woodrow Wilson for President of the
United States, and to the end that he may take the office free freehanded,
handed, freehanded, un trammeled, and obligated to none but the people of the
country, t wish to contribute through you the sum of f
toward the expenses of Gov. Wilson's campaign.
R. F. D.... ......... .State
HITTING THE XAILS
OX THE HEADS
Mr. Don Peabody went over to San San-ford
ford San-ford Sunday morning: on a visit to his
relatives. He Is combining business
and pleasure on this trip.
Mr. T. K. Tritchett. state represen
tative of the Osceola Fertilizer Co.. is
In town this week. Mr. Pritchett says
as soon as the big dry goods sales are
over he Intends to have Joe Turner
put on a bis? fertilizer sale. Wauchula
While eating supper In a restaurant
Saturday night, two negro men en en-Raj?ed
Raj?ed en-Raj?ed in a fight. One of the negroes.
Rarnum by name, cut Sip Reeves, the
other negro, with a knife. When ar
raigned In the recorder's court this
morning Reeves was dismissed, as he
acted In self-defense, and Barnum for
feited his bond by not apoearing, but
his case will be taken up by the county
authorities for further investigation.
Hanging Jack Johnson in effigy as
the Chicago mob did is not the proper
way to hang him at all. at all. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
e e e
Now is a splendid time for private
citizens generally to discuss proposed
reforms in the Florida primary law.
Wonder if Mel Gibbons wouldn't be
willing now to scale down that 40,000
claim for Roosevelt in Florida by just
a few thousand. Tampa Times.
Florida" democrats should poll the
biggest vote in November in the his history
tory history of the state. The voters owe this
not only to Governor Wilson, but to
themselves. Pensacola Journal.
Jack Johnson says many of the best
white women in Chicago have ridden
in his automobile. Jack is cordially
invited to come down this way and
say the same thing. Marianna Leader,
The Tampa Bay hotel will open on
November 13th. According to the
Tampa Tribune there are already many
openings in the roof of the fines ho hotel
tel hotel in Florida. Marianna 'Leader,
e e e
If you are seriously. considering vot voting
ing voting for Teddy just remember that he
closed the postoffice at Indianola,
Miss., because the people there would
not stand for a negro postmaster.
The Times-Union objects to Gover Governor
nor Governor Wilson referring to Colonel Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt as a "gallant gentleman" and to
Mr. Bryan saying Roosevelt's words
were "bravely spoken." It is a mighty
hard thing for either Governor Wilson
or Mr. Bryan to please the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union in anything they say or do. St.
Editor Harr's is growing weary of
begging letters from democratic head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, and wants to know what is
being done with all the money already
sent in. Candidly, Brother Harris, we
don't believe enough has been sent In
to call fc a report. But we are not
going to win this fight with money.
We are going to win it with brains,
principle and patriotism. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. e e e
I have always insisted that the med medical
ical medical men, as a rule, are too ethical
and the same is true as to lawyers and
dentists who are compelled to, "hide
their light under a bushel." No asso association
ciation association with ethical rules should pre prevent
vent prevent reputable doctors, lawyers or den dentists
tists dentists from legitimate advertising. In
fact, they should advertise. I have
objected to unclean advertising on the
part of medical men, because no man
has a right to publish vulgar an
nouncements, and no newspaperman
with the proper respect for the refined
readers, either male or female, will ac accept
cept accept any advertisements that he Is un
willing for a young man to read in the
presence of his family. It is a very
easy thing for a publisher to say: "You
can't put this in our columns." The
next legislature. I have no doubt, will
pass a law that will prevent these
disgusting, ly'ng advertisements of
fakers, charlatans and evil minded
men who happen to have a license to
rob suffering people. Dixie.
DR. XV. K. LANE
Specialist Eye Ear, None and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.
WILL WOODROW WILSOX WlXf
I1I.OCKED BY THE BCLOARS
Northern TurkUo Army Cut Off from
II Communication with
London. Oct. 28. A brief Sofia dls
We will wager wealth w ooarow patch announces what may prove to
Wilson wins. With Woodrow Wilson k themost important move of the vie
torious Bulgarian army so far In the
Turkish-Balkan war the capture of
Estl-Baba. The d-ispatch describes the
town as an important position on the
we will win. Washington will welcome
Woodrow Wilson when Woodrow Wil
son wins. Wise, worthy Woodrow Wil-
son will wear well. ..Woodrow "Wilson
will work world's ""World s welfare.
Wars will wane; wealth will widen
wonderously. Wi wijl witness Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson's lwidV Wisiom .. when
Woodrow Wilson wins. We will wave
white woven wreaths, will welcome
with wassail, when Woodrow Wilson
walks within Washington's wide ways.
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I am now offering some of the most
valuable lots in the northern part of
the city. If interested call on W. II.
McConn at Converse's planing mill. I
also have other valuable lands at
Sparr going very reasonable.
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
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dollar bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder,
and seldom one bottle fails to cure.
Send for testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall.
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by all druggists. Ad.
When you have a 'baa cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure it with as little delay as possible.
Here is a druggist's cpinion: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
fifteen years." says Enos Lollar, of
Saratoga, Ind., "and consider it the
best on the market." For sale by all
main line between Adrianople and Con Constantinople.
stantinople. Constantinople. If ; the Bulgarians are
astride the railway at this point they
have cut the communications between
Constantinople and Salonikl.
The intention is to cut the Turkish
army off from the capital and force it
towards the seashore and there compel
it to capitulate.
A dispatch from Constantinople de declares
clares declares that the Turkish "ny Is pre preparing
paring preparing to take the offensive and that
the cabinet has decided to prosecute
the war with the utmost energy and
prepare for a winter campaign should
the present operations Tesult unfavora unfavorably
bly unfavorably for the Ottoman army.
There is no indication as yet where
the Turks will make a stand. They
are everywhere falling back before
the victorious allies. They evacuated
the town of Istip In Macedonia, with without
out without resistance, although it occupies a
strong natural position.
Bulgaria, far from assuming that
the war is approaching a conclusion,
has summoned another 80,000 reserv reservists
ists reservists to the colors. Turkish diplomats
do not conceal their disappointment
and surprise at the results of the cam campaign,
paign, campaign, but they point out that the
main Turkish army has not yet been
engaged, much less defeated.
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For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
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A good remedy for a bad cough Is
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Price 25c. 50c. an! $L per bottle. Sold
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Please remember that you can ob obtain
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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
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delivered promptly to any part of the
I also operate a hack service. Phone
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with white drivers. Phone 456.
J". A. MANNING.
Marlon County Veteran Fonnd a
liable Souvenir on Olnstee
J. I Beck of Berlin, Marion county,
passed through Gainesvilli Friday en
route home from Lake City, where he
attended the reunion of the Florida
Division, United Confederate Veterans,
and was loud in his praise of the hos hospitality
pitality hospitality extended by the good people
of the Columbia county metropolis.
Mr. Beck is a veteran of the me memorable
morable memorable conflight of the 60's, and
treasures a minnie ball he picked up
on Olustee battlefield last Wednesday,
and while here exhibited it to his son,
I. S. Beck, aad others.
Accompanying him was J. M. Hud Hud-gfhs,
gfhs, Hud-gfhs, also of Marlon county, a man too
young to have seen service In the war
between the states, but an ardent
member of the Sons of Veterans' organ
ization. Gainesville Sun.
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Orders Filled Promptly. ADDRESS,
(Splitting the "pot with KlpUng)
you can sense a bluff, when all
Are quitting it and leaving it to you;
If you can hold a bobtail or a royal.
And keep the same expression for the
If you are pat and yet can pass the
And see the deal go by without a sigh,
Or holding Jacks, you open for the
And draw no cards and never bat an
If you can lo.e and never talk postmortems,
Or winning never boast of what you've
Believe me, then, you'll be some poker
And what is more you'll con the coin.
my son. M'Mul.
OPEJf DAY AXD XI GUT
Merchants' Cafe, A- C. I depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour. Ad.
MR. MASTIX KNOWS
HOW TO KAISI? MA 17.12
C. H. Mastln has ent to the Ocala
Board of Trade a sample of corn
grown on his farm. The ears are uni uniform
form uniform in size, large and fully developed
and by actual measurement he has
made fifty bushels to the acre. On
this same land Mr. Mastln hasn made
plenty of peavine forage, and will soon
dig his crop of .peanuts which were
planted between the rows of corn. Mr.
Mastln, who is past seventy years of
age. Informs us that any man of In Intelligence
telligence Intelligence and Judgment, who Is not
afraid of work, and who also does not
pass his faith In any one single crop
can succeed as he has and. as he re remarked,
marked, remarked, "It's studying the conditions
and knowing how to do things that
tell the tale. Summerfleld Chronicle.
VE,WILTj mail YOU $1
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old watches. Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
PhMa. SmeKlBK A ReFIalnK Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
MB Chestnut StU Philadelphia, Pa.
We will buy your Goia Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad
FLORIDA LOST TO GEORGIA
A HALF MILLION CABBAGE
plants now ready for setting. For
further information, address, N.
Price, Gainesville, Fla.
Teoh Football Team Wax Too Heavy
for the I'nlverMtj- Hoy
Jacksonville, Oct. 27. In a game
that was hotly contested from start to
finish, a eame Uiat kept the spectators
on xhf-lr toes at all stages, the Georgia
Tech footballists yesterday afternoon
triumphed over the team from the
University of Florida 14 to 6.
The result of the game was surpris surprising,
ing, surprising, inasmuch a? it was generally be
lieved that the Georgians would win
by a much larger score. However,
they found their opponent a worthy
one and from the first ound of the
referees' whistle until it sounded for
the ending of the game the battle was
hotly fought by both teams, fighting
as gamely at the finish as at the start.
J. W. Copeland. or 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 Ave dollar
doctox'i bilL Sold by all dealers. (Ad.)
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
I wish to announce to the public that
I have opened a first class barbershop
in the new Carmich'ael building on
Magnolia street, near the Seaboard
Railroad. A tub and also a shower
bath are connected with the shop. I
shall be pleased to receive a share of
your patronage at the new shop.
f 10-24-25-2t V. a Detterlch.
Sick headache Is caused by a disor disordered
dered disordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head headaches
aches headaches will disappear. For sale by all
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores.
The market formerly Known as the
Ollle Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
L. m 1 .
i-aiiu a. euppijr oi. iresa meats ana nsn j
Orders "by phone will receive prompt I
attention. Phone number 315. Come
t the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dtaler in Fancy Groceries, X. Magnolia.
KMGHTS OF PTTIIIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
Ing brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. (
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA. FLA
HAVE YOUR CAn PAIXTED
While shopping, stop ana cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company. Ad.
Preserve your artistic Board' of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
OTHE FOR PAVIG nil
Notice is hereby given that on the
3rd day of December, A. D. 1912. the
city council of the city of Ocala. Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, will consider bids
for the pavinsr with vitrified brick
that portion of Fort King avenue. In
the -city of Ocala. ta-wit: Beginning
with the Intersection of said avenue,
on the wvst fide of Main street, thence
running wet to Oransre street, a dis distance
tance distance of 528 feet and containing ap approximately
proximately approximately 1636 square yards: also
that portion of South, or Exposition Exposition-street,
street, Exposition-street, beginning at its Intersection
with the eaut hide of Orange street,
thence went 493 feet to Pond street,
and containing approximately 2900
square yards. Said bids to be sealed
and filed with the clerk of the city of
Ocala at lea)t five days prior to above
named meeting "of said council; aald
bids to be made In accordance with
pacifications for such paving now on
file at the city clerk's office in Ocala.
Florida. The city council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids sub submitted.
mitted. submitted. J- T. Robertson. Mayor.
R. R, Carroll, President City Council.
Attest: 1L C. SIstmnk, City Clerk.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1912
5. Extracts From a Mary
The Plan Works,
l have given your customer's plan a fair trial
Is fled with th results.
Tet I am not sat-
I hail laid by almo-tt ten Hollar.1?, saved from my last month's pay. I kept
it In thf bureau Jrawor, It was too handy th'-re. Three different times have
I tukf-n Mimi' amount for immediate use. I see now It was spent foolishly.
Thrr- is. Jos than five dollars left. I must save that.
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
Hip? mttimt&iil Uitlt
FINE CARL (DA
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VjM i; u n iffiijipi W". w
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PROGRESSIVE SPEAKERS TOXIGHT
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
Phone 284 ror quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Ad.
.Mr. T. Ii. Darnes of the Star office
spent Sunday In I'alatka.
Mr. E. R. Gunby. progressive candi
date for congressman at large, arriv arrived
ed arrived this afternoon and will speak from
the bandstand this evening. Mr. Gun-
by is a gentleman of high character
and intellect, and is also a fine speak
er. It will pay our people to turn out
land hear him. for though he can't ex
pect to win any democratic votes he
can Interest all who listen to him. It
is not known at this hour whefher any
of the other progressive candidates
will be here or not, but Mr. Hodges
A HALLOWE'EN DAXCE
Your vacation is not complete with
out a kodak. Gerigs Postofflce Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents. Ad.
Mr. S. R. Hall, postmaster of East-
lake, was in town today on his way
home from a visit to Jacksonville.
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my
Regal automobile. In perfect condition.
A. M. Lansford. 10-12-tf
Mr. R. E. Yonge. Sr., returned yes
terday morning from a week's stay
with his son, Rossie, in Jacksonville.
Very artistic and unique Invitations
adorned with a witch riding her pro proverbial
verbial proverbial broomstick in one corner and a
large and jovial faced pumpkin, in
the other with the following verse
have been received by the young men
of the city:
On ye Hallowe'en night, come ye all
To ye witches' dance at ye Yonge's halL
Be ye not later than half past eight,
Lest ye fail to hear of and meet y
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Liver Pills. They give
new life. Sold at Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mrs. Helen White, who organized
the pretty and successful play of
"Cupid at College," In Ocala, is get
ting up a similar enterprise in Gainesville.
Eastern Star Sewing Circle meets
Tuesday at 3:30 with Mrs. Ben Con Condon
don Condon on Fort King avenue.
Miss Katherine Dillard of Clearwa
ter, now in the hospital, is dQing very
The Phi-Sigma young ladies sold all
their candy in half an hour Saturday
night and could have disposed of as
XEXT FOOTBALL GAME
We have just received another carload of stock. This car
contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules, selected
in person, in. the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tompkins.
Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the Feleo
tion is large and pick out what you need. 4
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right. Respectfully,
TE1PICDB3S & COBB
Phone 117 Ocala, Fin.
Mr. C. A. Martin
Umatilla paid this
Mrs. D. W. Davis has been ill for the
past week at her residence on South
Third street, but is improving today.
next football game
and little son ofloaia tjih chi to m win nbv win
Office a pleasant K0 with tho nnral lUrrh Shnnl team
in Jacksonville, next Saturday. The
boys are going to put in extra hard
practice this week, as they had rather
win from Duval than any other team
in the stat.
Mrs. J. Borland left today for a
visit to relatives at her old home in
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofflce Drugstores!
The following yeaing men left Ocala
today to take the law examinations at
Tallahassee tomorrow morning: Ed
Green, Neal Ferguson, Bradford W'ill-
ians and Ed Haley.
Mr. Norman S. Peyser of Washington
City, arrived last night for a visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peyser.
Mr. MacLucas, who has been down
with fever for the past two weeks.
was able to be out today for the first
OKLAAVAHA RIVER VIEWS
AT THE AIR DOME
,The feature at the Air Dome tonight
will be the views of the Oklawaha
river. The program is as follows:
Oklawaha River Scenes.
The Lord and the Peasant. A beau
Memories. An Edison picture of
extra fine quality.
The Unexpected Fortune. A roaring
comic. An extra good one.
VALUABLE COLLECTION" STOLEN"
For some time past Mr. Maurice
Strauss has had 3. valuable collection
of currency hanging in his front win window
dow window in a frame. This collection con consists
sists consists of the following bills Two $10
greenbacks signed by Spinner, one $1
greenback and one 3 greenback also
signed by Spinner, two $2 bills with
the figure two stamped on them tt
four different shaped numbers," and
one $2 clearing house certificate of the
First National Bank of Cincinnati, O.,
dated Nov. 4th, 1817.
Saturday night some time after 12
o'clock, a negro was tempted by the
sight of so much money doing no
good, and he broke the glass and took
the frame .with the money In it. The
$5 greenback he save to the conduc conductor
tor conductor on the southbound Seaboard train
Sunday afternoon. The conductor
turned the negro over tothe marshall
at Belleview, who phoned to Deputy
Sheriff Brigance, who with Mr. Strauss
brought the negro to Ocala and lock locked
ed locked him up. The negro gave his name
as Joe Coffee. The $5 bill Is the only
part of the collection recovered up to
the present Mm.
For quick signs painted while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat-
ng Co. Lave orders same old
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.
zv,A x" -Ti ry v?i Ti "TI jA ?
Mr. Bascom Seymour came over
from Miami today, and stopped in
Ocala to visit his friends. He is on his
way to Chicago to pursue his law
IMG Mm MMm
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
Wc arc Headquarters (or Shells, Cartridges, Ponder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
1 Hardware Cud.
AOTBFIJL BEDS' I
Mrs. E. IT. Mote of Leesburg was n
town Saturday to attend the meeting
of the Woman's Club, of wh'ch she ts
an honorary member.
The elk that Fire Chief Chambers
has been looking for for some time
arrived Saturday flight The animal
1 1 s 4 3 1
is uiiiy t year uia- anu iixs jiilc pair
of antlers to be 90 yoking. When the
news spread thatLthe ilk had arrived
a large crowd of people went to see it,
and all day yesterdar there was a
crowd of interested spectators around
the pen that has been built just back
of the Temple Theater.
"I have always believed that a play
dealing with the tremendous power of
our human thoughts was really need needed
ed needed upon the stage. Men and women
rise in the morning and go about their
work heedless of the tact that it is
their own attitude of mind that brings
them success or failure."
That is what is shown in "The
Rosary," a beautiful play from the pen
of Edward E. Rose and produced by
Rowland and Clifford which will be at
the Temple Theater tomorrow night.
You see the effect of thought on the
different individuals, one character Is
that of a business man happily mar married
ried married to a wife who loves him. But his
thought Is wrong. He harbors fear,
doubt and unbelief in the good that
lies around him. He loses all; fortune,
home, wife, even his own self-respect.
How does it end? Go and see "The
That arc satisfactory must include such fea features
tures features as the safeguarding of funds, accuracy
in accounts and an understanding of your
needs. The Ocala National Bank offers you
all of these and every courtesy and advantage
Deposit a Checking Account Willi Us To-Day.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BAM
CAPITAL rrtXT FID IW
H J STOKES. C&Ut
L EDWARD!. Pr. CLARENCE CAMP, Vlt. PTM.
IPanrty ofl FlwMa 1
Will Address the Citizens of Ocala and
Marion County on the Issues ot the
Mr. E. P. Rentz, who has been In j
New York City for the past two weeks I
on business, is expected home tomor
row or next day.
There is a mighty bad place In the
Belleview hard road, where it crosses
the lime kiln spur of. the A. C. L, about
half a mile south of the city limits. An
auto broke a spring there the other
Mrs, Howard Holmes arrived today night, and the first one that hits the
from Canaveral, in response to a tele-1 hole at full speed Is going to have
gram calling her here on account of I even worse luck.
the Illness of her mother, Mrs. Will
iam Sinclair, who underwent another Mrs. D. R. Connor, who has been
Mrs. G. G. Maynard and son, who
have been sjending the past month at
Rock Springs, returned to Ocala Sat
operation this afternoon.
quite sick, is convalescent.
Mrs. R. L. Martin, who has been In Mr- James Anderson is very reeDle
the city since Friday returned to herlt0Ja'
home at Lake Weir today, accompanied
by Mrs. Kate Carney Foindexter and Haycraft and DeCamn have made
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Binns and two some changes in the interior of their
daughters, Katherine and Elizabeth, I store, and it now looks more like a
who will be Mrs. Martin's guests fori parlor than ever,
K. OF I ATTENTION
Matters of importance are to be con
sidered at tonight's meeting. All mem members
bers members should be present.
Man is made of dust and dust set
tles. On the first of the month we
will have a chance to show how much
dust there Is In us.
ALL, SORTS IV OCALA
Mr. J. G. Kichline expects to leave
in a day or so to look after his mica
mines in North Carolina. He will be
accompanied by Mr. Wood, the younj
Fort McCoy lawyer.
The Ocala Sanitarium ..closed for the
present yesterday. The little hospital
did good work. During its seven
months of existence, it cared for forty-
tlve patients, and will re-open when
proper arrangements can be made.
What Are You Paying?
There was a girl In our town,
And she was wondrous slim;
You really couldn't see her
When the lights were low and dim.
There was a girl In our town,
And she was rather fat;
We had to sit out on the stairs.
When she was in the fiat.
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanila
xLiXKL. iwu iw uuiut-s ior. .ioc There was a girl in our town.
Regular 25c. size for 20c
Mr nonrtro C .P.rppnp nf the Postof-
fice Drugstore Is looking abnormally x ait onowunu
cheerful today. The stork left a pret
ty girl baby at his home Sunday morn-
The Woman's Club held its first
meeting of the season Saturday aft
ernoon, between nrty ana sixty mem
bers were present, and the meeting
was a most interesting one.
Medium Pail Snowdrift 50c
Wesson Snowdrift Oil 30c
Blue Hen Matches per pkg 13c
O Cakes Expost Borax Soap .... 2
Baker's or Hurler's Chocolate
per pound 35c
Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa was in
town today. Mr. Nelson was formerly
a resident of Ocala. He Is suffering Vnn r.imn' llft Kirinov Rnno
per con 10c
with a fractured ankle sustained in an
Mr. John R. Martin continues to re
ceive encouraging reports from his
wife in Atlanta, regarding their son,
who is at Grady hospital recoverln;
from an attack of fever.
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy .... 25c
No. 3 size Florida Tomatoes. . .10c
No. 2 size Florida Tomatoes 3.
Favorite Corn 3 cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee, per pound. .30
3 Pkgs. Jello and I. C. Powder. .25c
Mr. Maurice Strauss has haJ a con
crete step latd In front of his place on
South Magnolia street. This makes it
much easier to get from the street to
the sidewalk than it was before as the
sidewalk is much higher than the 3 Pkgs. Upton's Jelly Tablets 25c
The work on the Harrington Hall is
prosressins nicely. The tile floors
have been laidjn the baths, the floor
ing is being laicl on the third floor and
the window frames and door facings
are being put in on the third floor. The
rooms have. neajcly all been plastered
and some of the marble work has been
put in in the baths.
We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty rl ifTer ifTer-ent
ent ifTer-ent styles, and nearly as"
many different prices.
There are handsome white
m enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
gren and bine ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimming.
Wc 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
The people on Fort King avenue be
tween the Arms House and A. C. I
tracks were awakened Saturday night
by a man yelling at the top of his
voice. I iion investigation It was
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes
1 3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Cans Dutch
15 H Pounds Sugar $.1.00
14 Pounds Whole Rice $.100
Old Countrv Blend Tea. per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil OOc
Bulk Oatmeal per pound 5c
Cream of Wheat per package.. 15c
10 Cans Ivaro Syrup
And she was wondrous tall;
But still she wore high willow plumes,
For It was fashion's call.
There was a girl in our town.
And she was squat and short;
And so, of course, she wore a hat.
That looked just like a wart.
There was a girl in our town.
Not short, tall, slim or fat;
Symmetrical and trim was she,
Just like a baseball bat.
Buffalo Evening Times.
There Is a girl In our town,
Imported, if we're right;
Who plasters on the paint so thick.
That she Is out of sight.
There was a girl in our town.
Who was quite a model flirt;
But she's so awfully knock-kneed.
She couldn't wear a hobbleskirL
There was a girl in our town.
Whose dress was awful tight;
The boys all turned their heads
Whene'er she hove in sight.
Monday Night, Oct. 28th, 1912
From Band Stand, Court House Square
There is a girl in Jasper
As beautiful as spring.
Cleanser 25c I Her eyes as blue as Heaven's sky,
Her hair black, as raven s wins.
There is a girl in our town.
She is quite debonair;
But she always looks much better.
When the rats are in her hair.
Live Oak Democrat.
There is a "girl in our town
With wondrous pretty eyes;
And dreaming of them makes the boys
Fill all the air with sighs.
LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF
THINGS TO EAT
You will Surely Find Something that you
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, are
JUST IN, and will be tound Fresh and Fine
Full Cream Edam Cheese In tins
French Roquefort Cheese in individual jars
French Roquefort Cheese in large iars
Brie " "
German Camembert tins
Brie " "
Dutch (Vazet) " "
Switzerland Sap Sago cakes each
Italy Grt. Parmasan large bottles
American Club " " iars
" Pimento small r
found that Night Toliceman Mooney
had gone out to Jacobsville to arrest Heinz Vinegar, per gallon 35c
.1 nrrn hnv who was drunk and rais- I
o- q kh,fhr., tri,n Tr VnnTi.r irdi Tntntru Twr neck 30c The way she walks, she lifts her foot
t rwi Hrnnrrbt tr, tho Mtv 12-lb. Sack Occident Flour 55c
12-lb. Sack Tilsbury Flour 50c
Jail. As the officer and his prisoner
were entering the city hall, the negro
broke and ran. Mr. Mooney fired his
revolver into the air to scare the ne-
A cro and make him stop, but he ran
the harder and the officer gave chase,
catching the negro Just back of the
. Bell flats. The officer had to pound
v him over the head to make him submit
.X'and" it was at this time that he woke
4 the whole neighborhood with his un-
And then she puts it down.
And when it lights there's music then
In that there part of the town.
earthly yells. When he was tried in
the recorder's court this" morning he
was given $10 and costs or 20 day? at
! The ladies
y! Circle are
of the Methodist Sewing
making biar plans for their
bazar that will be hell on Dec. T.th. If
hig feature of this year' bazaar will
be the doll table if all of the present
plans can be carried out. It Is not
known just yet where the bazar will
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerig's Tostofflce Drugstores. Ad.
24 -lb. Sack Pilsbury Flour jm.uu
Half Barrel Pilsbury Flour . .$3.75
12 lbs. Henry Clay Flour 50c
She always wears a hat because.
The birds up in the air
Would make a bee-line for her head
And build their nests in her hair.
24 lbs. nenrr Clay Flour 51.00
48 lbs. Henry Clay Flour ...$1.05
OO lbs. Henry Clay Flour : . $3.70
Half-barrel Henry Clay Flour $3.85
One Barrel Henry Clay Flour $7.15
1 lhs. rtnb White Flour 45c try'
'21 ih. Rob White Flour 85c
96 lbs. Bob White Flour .
Half-barrel Bob White Flour. .$3.50
One Barrel Bob White Flour. .$0.50
Her lips are like a red. red rose
And her eyes ae a beautiful brown
And works like sixty all
when' the sun goes
r. S. The editor stole most of the
above sentiment, but if you can invent
anvthins better, you are welcome to
The all niarht trains have- again
bef-n p-Jt on on the Coast Line. The
!Si.j I early morning Jacksonville train now
runs only to Leesburg and carries no
sleeper. The night trains meet in
Ocala at 2:21 a. m.. the first train go-
Ing south this morning.
Seed oats and rye for fall planting
at the Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese in ars
" Wehh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil
Sheffords Snappy Cheese in fin foil
Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen
Pate de Foie Gras, with Trulilcs, large Jars
Truffes Brossees in large bottles
Boneless Anchovies in oil
Puree ol Partridge with Truffles per tin
Pure de Foie Gras
The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Air, 2Gc bottle, per dozen $1.90
Knorr's Consomme Cubes 3c
Soup Tablets 10c
Japanese Preserved Jinqer, small pots 30c
Beckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quarts
. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
Clear, west wind.
Average, 64 degree.
Fair north and central, local rains
south portion tonight or Tuesday.
Mrs. F. G. Ii. Weihe went up to Jack
sonville yesterday, to visit her
Carl and wife for a week or so.
Thi. morn.ng a fire at the home of
Mr. J. I). Carlisle called the fire de department
partment department out. The blare was quickly
on. extinguished and very little damage
I was don-. The fire was caused from a
. j defective flue in the kitchen.
Ed Ahearn Is a mighty lonesome i
looking little man these days. You I Fort King avenue Is now completely
could tell his wife had been at High torn up with the exception of the two
Springs two weeks just by taking a i blocks that have been paved with
slant at him. wrick at the east end. As fast a th
j brick tire lal l the street is opened to
Mrs. John Miller and little daugh-j traffic.
ter. aftf-r a visit to ir:ends m J ampa.
returned to their home in Jacksonville
over The Seaboard yesterday.
Miss Ianden. whoy has bef-n
as stenographer for Mr. A. M.
In the recorder's court this morning,
three white men were arraigned for
beinir drunk and disorderly. One of
th-m was fined $10 and costs or
20 days on the road and the other two"
fori in his music store, left this morn- j were fir.ecl $5 and costs or 10 days on
inr for Jacksonville. fr. Carl Hoff Hoffman,
man, Hoffman, the nlano player at the Ideal.
the road. Honda amounting to 20
were forfeited and fines in other cases
will assist Mr.
Iansford in his store in amounting to f 1 7 were collected.
A new line of toilet requisites Just
In. Gerig's Fostoffice Drugstores. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. LaRue of Fort
McCoy, spent Sunday in Falatka.
visiting their eon and his wife.
OCALA VEXIXG TAR, JIOXDAT, OCTOBKft 28, 1912
Arc you restless these hot nights? Why not try
a bottle of pure beer the kind that is made of
the finest materials made right aged and
B ARB ARQS S A
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II II I I II. J I 11 I ..MIWll 1 IWnj
the Comedy of
the Same Name
Ike Play Prodaccd
By Henry W. Savaf
Copyright, 1911, by H. K. Fly Co,
A Hero In Spite of Himself.
Passion sent Mallory Into the un unequal
equal unequal fight with two armed and des desperate
perate desperate outlaws. But reason had
planned the way. He had been study studying
ing studying the robber all the time, as if the
villain were a war-map, studying his
gestures, his way of turning, and how
he held the revolver. He had noted
that the man, as he frisked the pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, did not keep his finger on
the trigger, but on the guard
Marjorie's little battle threw tho
desperado off his balance a trifle; as
he recovered, Mallory struck him, and
swept him on over against the back
of a seat. At the same instant, Mal Mal-lory's
lory's Mal-lory's right hand went like lightning
to the trigger guard, and gripped the
fitters n a vise of steel, while he
drove the man's elbow back against
his side. Mallory's left hand mean meanwhile
while meanwhile flung around his enemy's neck,
and gave him a spinning fall that sent
his left hand out for balance. It fell
across the back of the seat, and Mal Mallory
lory Mallory pinioned it with elbow and knee
before it could escape.
All in the same crowded moment,
his left knuckles jolted the man's chin
in the air, and so bewildered him
that his muscles relaxed enough for
Mallory's right fingers to squirm their
way to the trigger, and aim the gun
at the other robber, and finally to get
entire control of it.
The thing had happened In such a
flash that the second outlaw could
hardly believe his eyes. The shriek
of the astounded passengers, and the
grunt of Mallory's prisoner, as he
crashed backward, woke him to the
need for action. He caught his other
gun from Its holster, and made for a
double volley, but there was nothing
to aim at. Mallory was crouched in
the seat, and almost perfectly cov covered
ered covered by a human shield.
Still, from force of habit and fool foolhardy
hardy foolhardy pluck, Bill aimed at Mallory's
right eyebrow, just abaft Jake's right
ear, and shouted his old motto:
"Hands up! you!"
"Hands up yourself!" answered
Mallory, and his victim, shuddering at
the fierce look In hl3 comrade's eyes,
gasped: "For God's sake, don't shoot,
Even then the fellow stood his
ground, and debated the issue, till
Mallory threw such ringing determina determination
tion determination Into one last: "Hands up, or by
God, I'll fire!" that he caved in, lifted
his fingers from the triggers, turned
the guns up, and slowly raised botn
hands above his head.
A profound "Ah!" of relief soughed
through the car, and Mallory, still
keeping his eye on BUI, got down cau cautiously
tiously cautiously from the seat. The moment
he released Jake's left hand, it darted
to the holster where his second gun
was waiting. But before he could
clutch the butt of it, Mallory jabbed
the muzzle of his own revolver in the
man's back, and growled: "Put 'em
up!" And the robber's left hand
joined the right In air, while Mallory's
left hand lifted the revolver.
Mallory stood for a moment, breath breathing
ing breathing hard and a little Incredulous at
his own swift, sweet triumph. Then
he made an effort to speak as If this
sort, of thing were quite common with
him, as If he overpowered a pair ol
outlaws every morning before break breakfast,
fast, breakfast, but his voice cracked as he said,
In a drawing-room tone:
"Dr. Temple, would you mind re- j
llevlng that man of those guns?" j
Dr. Temple was so set up by this
rflctlnrHnn that ha nncworort "Vnt trr
"Walter!" Mrs. Temple checked
him, before he could utter the beau- j
tiful word-, and Dr. Temple looked at
her almost reproachfully, as he
sighed: 'Golly, I should like to swear
Just once more." i
Then he reached up and disarmed
the man who had taken hls, wallet
and his wife's keepsakes. t
American children breathe in this ;
desperado romance with their earliest
traditions, and Dr. Temple felt all his :
boyhood zest surge back with a boy'a :
tremendous rapture in a deed of der-1
ring-do. And now nothing could check
his swagger, as he said to Mallory:
"What shall we do with these
He felt like apologizing for the
clerical r lapse into a pulpitism, but
Mallory answered briskly: "We'd bet
ter take them into the smoking room
They scare the ladles. But first, will
the conductor take those bass and
cistriDute tne contents to tneir rigat rigat-ful
ful rigat-ful owners?"
The conductor was proud to act as
lieutenant to this lieutenant, and he
quickly relieved the robbers of their
Mallory smiled. "Don't give any anybody
body anybody my things," and then he jabbed
his robber with one cf the revolvers,
and commanded: "Forward, march!"
The little triumphal precession
moved off, with Dill in the lead, fol followed
lowed followed by Dr. Temple, looking like a
whole field battery, followed by Jake,
followed by Mallory, followed by the
porter and as many of the other pas-
sengers as could crowd into the smok
The rest went after those opulent
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r.OAKl) OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
(Continued from First Fage)
Griner Farm and Uelleview in regard
to the salaries of the teachers it was
agreed that the arrangements entered
into with the chairman and secretary
should stand as the final action of the
Th board adjourned for the day.
The board met with all present and
Minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
The resignation of the principal of
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the Pedro school was presented anl
discussed. It was deckled to decline
to accept the resignation and the sec secretary
retary secretary was instructed that in case he
should quit the school to withhold his
salary for the two months already
The following1 resolution was pre prepared
pared prepared by the chairman of the board
and unanimously adopted, viz:
Whereas, in certain places it is im impossible
possible impossible to secure the funds necessary
for erecting and equipping school
buildings and other special expenses,
from the ordinary sources of revenue:
and. whereas, there will be an amend amendment
ment amendment to the state constitution pre presented
sented presented "at the .approaching general
election which if adopted will author authorize
ize authorize the legislature to make provision
for special tax districts to bond them themselves
selves themselves by a vote of a majority of the
qualified electors who art freeholders
within said districts in favor of such
bond issue; therefore be it
Resolved, by the board of public In Instruction
struction Instruction of Marion county that they
are heartily in favor of the adoption
of the proposed amendment andv call
upon the voters to support it by vot vot-tinsr
tinsr vot-tinsr for the amendment of Article 12.
A request was presented for Mr.
Stanaland. one of the patrons of the
Lake Bryant school, to send to the
Flectra school since there were not a
sufficient number of pupils in the
Lake Bryant school to maintain the re required
quired required average.
A request was presented for help to
gret a pump at Fort McCoy and it was
airreed that the county would furnish
the material and the district would
put it down.
Mr. E. W. W. "Jordan, one of the
patrons of the Pine Level school, call called
ed called and asked for permit to send to the
Heidtville school as the Pine Level
school had closed by the resignation
of the teacher. The permit was with withheld
held withheld awaitinj? efforts to secure an another
other another teacher for the Pine Level
A request from W. II. Burrell, prin principal
cipal principal of the Roper Farm colored
school, for an increase of salary was
A report was presented from the
teacher In charge of the Hopewell
school, colored, of the suspension of
Sim Bagley from attending the school
and the teacher was sustained in her
Notice of the resignation of Mr. J. S.
Dunning as supervisor of the Central
school, was presented with a recom recommendation
mendation recommendation from the patrons for the
appointment of Mr. C. R. Curry In his
stead. The resignation was accepted
and the appointment of Mr. Curry or ordered
dered ordered made.
A request that a teacher's desk and
chair be supplied for the primary
room of the Tedro school was present presented
ed presented and granted.
Resignation of Miss Nellie Clyburn
as teacher of the Pine Level school
was presented upon the ground of her
inability to walk the distance to the
school. Resignation was accepted.
A request from the supervisor of the
Paisley school for a pump to be sup supplied
plied supplied was granted, the material to be
supplied by the board and the com community
munity community to put it down without expense
to the board.
A request that four do?en ink wells
be supplied for the Ocala school was
An inquiry from Mr. C. Long, one of
the patrons of the Patt's Island school.
as to whether Marlon county would
pay tuition for his children to be sent
to school In Iake county was ordered
answered In the negative but every
effort was to be made to secure a
teacher for their school. A request
from the Moss Bluff school for a
teachers' chair to be supplied was
Resignation of Miss Mary Bentley as
teacher of the Charter Oak school was
presented and accepted.
A request was presented from the
Paisley school for four desks to be
supplied and same was granted.
The superintendent reported grant granting
ing granting a permit for Clarence Young, a
pupil of the Kendrick school, to at
tend the Ocala school, the permit be being
ing being agreed to by the trustees of the
A request was presented by the
trustees of the Buck Pond school ask asking
ing asking that a warrant be drawn on their
district funds for $20 to be used in the
purchase of needed supplies for their
school. The request was declined for
the reason that the regular order of
securing supplies is for the purchase
to be made by the trustees and a bill
sent in for the amount endorsed by at
least two of the trustees.
A request from the Lowell school
for eight lower sash and five single
seats was granted.
A list of articles for the manual
training department of the Howard
Academy was presented with the re request
quest request that they be purchased and it
was left with the chairman and secre secretary
tary secretary to Investigate prices and take ac action
tion action In the matter.
Sundry accounts were examined and
Mr. Wright, one of the trustees of
the Charter Oak school, called to pre present
sent present a protest against the resignation
of the teacher of that school being
accepted. He discussed the matter
with the board as to the causes of her
resignation and presented a paper
from some of the patrons of the school
endorsing her work as a teacher.
The reports of the teachers for the
month past were examined and the
accounts ordered paid.
Mr. Wright again appeared with
reference to the situation at the Char Charter
ter Charter Oak school and after considering
the matter the board agTeed not to re retain
tain retain the teacher who had resigned nor
to appoint the other one agreed upon
at the morning session.
The treasurer's report was examin examined
ed examined and checked over comparing with
warrants returned and found to be ap apparently
parently apparently correct. It showed for coun county
ty county funds balance on hand from last
month and receipts of $2739.97; dis disbursements
bursements disbursements t2i?3.9?; balance on hand,
?.".:. M. The following district bal balance
ance balance were shown: Ocala, a deficit of
r,7o: Mcintosh. 13.32; Belleview. $123.61:
Fantville, I6:..S7; Dunnellon, J9.79;
Be Hick. 25.5.-; Fine Level, 127.21;
Mayville, $37.33: Weirsdale,
Citra. !0.10; Griner Farm,
Buck Fond. $446.42; Sra.TT,
Candler, $25.".13: Fellowship,
Klectra. $7.25; Blitchton. $141. S3: Mar Mar-tel.
tel. Mar-tel. J84.32: Fort King. $205.42; Cotton
Plant. $43.. 68: Orange Lake. $135.17;
Oak Hill. $31. 8; Moss Bluff, $24. SS;
Fairfield. $233.63; Cottage Hill. $?.76;
Charter Oak, $204.97: Pedro, $r7.r,8;
Kendrick. $2.63; Oklawaha, $S.0;
'He Itville, $471.34; Pleasant Hill.
;$ir3.37: Fort McCoy, $83.75. Total dis dis-itrict
itrict dis-itrict balance? on hand. $4413.13.
j The board adjourned for the day.
i The board met with all members
present and acting.
j They went in a body to Inspect
I various lots and sites-- that had been
j suggested for the location of the pro pro-j
j pro-j poed new school building for Ocala.
j Mrs. Bochford called and agreed to
j tt-ach the school at the Ttobinson
No further business appearing the
barl adjourned to meet on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, November 6, 1912.
J. II. Brinsrn, Secretary.
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