GEE! BUT IT IS COLD!
AVe are bradquarterfi for Hlanket,
Comfort and Sprcail. (omt to ee uh
and have a ro1 niz,UVn nleep.
OCALA. FLOKIIU. MONDAY. XOYKMBEIi .20 1911.
THE FURNITURE MEW
-i-B-plii .. l
3 ll J.
IN THE MOUTH,
Dizziness, and a general "no
account' feeling is a sure sign
of a torpid liver. The remedy
is Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form).
It exercises its greatest re restorative
storative restorative effect iu the liver, yet
it is effective in the stomach
and bowels. Indigestion, con constipation
stipation constipation and their attendant
ovils disappear before its pow powerful,
erful, powerful, regulating influence.
Try its wholesome purifying
properties. It will give you a
good appetite, sound digestion
and make you feel well.
Sold by Dealers. Price, Iar?e paekaze, $1.00,
Ask fort ho ?nnine with the R-d 7. on th? label.
If you raunot g-t it. fruit to us. e will it-o 1 it by
mail, po.tpaii. Himmoiii Liver Kegulator is also put
op in liquid form for thos? who prefer it. lnce $i.00
per bottle. Look fur the Ked Z Label.
J. H. ZEIUN & CO., Props., St Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Instructor in Voice
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Teo Teo-nic
nic Teo-nic of the Piano.
FULLER & AYER
Office over Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
J. E, GHAGE
Rooms 9, lO anl 11, Second Floor,
OCALA - FLORIDA
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. ni. 1 to 5
p. m. Phone 211.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, .Night or Day.
-Special Attention to Obstetric?, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones.
Office No. 333; Residence N'o. 333
G. T. McCLANE, M, D.
PRACTICE LIMITED TO CATARRHAL
Ilrad, Throat, Liiiikm, Stomneh and
Rooms, 117 Fort Kins Avenue. Of
fice Hours, 9 to 11:30 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers a;.d Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWEX, Funeral Director,
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
baimers ami Fully Guaranteeil.
G, J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
129 South Third Street
DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Located at the Joue- Hospital on South
First Street. West
All Calls Promptly Answered.
C. JinrN tatew IIIm 1'ot.itlon In
Kecartl to City Affair
i To the Citizens of Ocala:
j Relative to the information asked
; for by Th Daily Banner in your be be-j
j be-j half, i will attempt to answer briery
i so far as I can, and had intended to do
ho in ample time before the city elec elec-j
j elec-j tion, in order that you might know
J exactly my position on matters where
in thr interests of the city are involv involved.
ed. involved. First: In reference to the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Taprna Railroad, the city
and citizens should offer every reas reasonable
onable reasonable inducement to have this
road come in. Options were secured
on property for terminal facilities
but from what I can learn, not suffi sufficient
cient sufficient stock was subscribed to pay for
the same, and this was unfortunate
Second: It seems to be quite unan unanimous
imous unanimous that we are entitled to and
should have a union depot and the
board of trade appointed a special
committee of three and a like com committee
mittee committee was appointed by myself from
the city council to act with the board
of trade committee; these two com committees
mittees committees to work together and formu formulate
late formulate the best plans for securing said
union depot. They have not had a
meeting as far as I know.
Third: The city council several
weeks ago requested the city attorney
to take the proper course to have
the A. C. L. freight depot removed
from Osceola street and also the siJe siJe-tracks
tracks siJe-tracks on same, and he is now pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding to carry out said instructions.
The council did not grant conces concession
sion concession asked for by the A. C. L. when
they proposed to build a new freight
depot because they, the railroad, ask asked
ed asked that four or five streets should te
closed besides the west half of Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street and not one street rs
stated in the Banner.
Fourth: At the last meeting of
the council the recommendation t f
the light and water committee was
adopted, reducing the rate for light lighting
ing lighting to eight cents ier kilowatt and
-$l.ri) minimum instead of $2.00, and
no other city of equal size in the
state is getting it for less.
We are making electricity at a cost
of a fraction over three cents, with
prospects in the future, and under
these circumstances I shall advocate
that the city own, control and operate
Fifth: The Water Works proposi proposition
tion proposition to be of the greatest importance
at this time. This matter was quite
fully covered in a communication of
the city attorney, addressed to my myself
self myself and published in full by both
daily papers. Therefore it will not
be necessary to go over that part
We are now ready for the following
procedure, if some other course is not
adopted that should be better for the
interests of the city to-wit:
1st. Requests the Ocala Water
Company to make their lowest price
for their holdings."
2nd. If the price named does not
suit the citizens of Ocala; then to
arbitrate as per contract.
3rd. If the price as fixed by arbi arbitration
tration arbitration should not suit the citizens
then the council should proceed
toward the installation of a new plant
to be in readiness on ar before the
end of the franchise of the Ocala
When a price is agreed upon for
the old Water Works Company the
city council will probably call a
special meeting and request all citi citizens
zens citizens interested to attend and dis discuss
cuss discuss the matters fully.
.Personally, it will depend upon the
price asked as to whether I should
favor buying the present plant.
I have been a member of the city
council for over ten years and have
I had the honor of presiding for the
! present term, and refer you to each
! and every member as to my methods
of doing business wherein the inter
est of the city is concerned.
As a candidate for mayor, I ask a. id
assure you that I will appreciate your
II. C. JONES.
IS THE WORLD GROWING RETTER?
The way thousands are tryins to help
j lhe" 1 P1?f: "Tf, tJ,e 'f
j W. W Gouhl. of Rittsfleld, X. II. Fin1-
ins? frootl health by taking Electric
Bitters, she now advises other suffer-
j ers, everywhere, to take them. "For
! years I suffered with stomach and
kidney trouble." she writes. "Every
medicine I used failed till I took Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters. But this great remedy
helped me wonderfully." They'll help
i any woman. They're the best tonic
i and finest liver and kidney remedy
j that's made. Try them. You '11 see.
50e. at Tydings & Co.
CH RGES tF CAR ELESSXESS
Itroufiht Atsalnst Ex-iiovernnr A'arda A'arda-iii
iii A'arda-iii nn lleneI tbst bin Public and
Private Accounts Allied
Jackson, Miss.. Nov. 19. Alleging
that when he retired from office in
i f,in i; w?re not fulIv accounted for,
I suit was filed in the chancery court of
; Hinds county yesterday seeking to
; have former governor, now United
states senator, James K. Vardaman,
urtr:rflulLto if Liu ntrULdt
which Mr. Vardaman kept his personal i
a.? well as official deposits. i made
The bill alleges that the former suV-
ernor mad charges and double charts j
in rendering exjiense account for
visits made to state institution.-; ;n i (
that public moneys and hi?
bank accounts were mixed.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo.
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doiner business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
.r?1 tVit cairl ftyrvi witt nri v f h
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that canno
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me" and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem December,
ber, December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druargists. T.'c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
A HRESTED IX AJIEKIfW
Gen. Ilernardo Keye, F.-('ommaniler
of the Mexican Army, Ac-tiel of
CoupiriiiK Against a Frlenil!y
San Antonio. Texas, Nov. P. Gen.
Bernardo Reyes, commander in chief
of the Mexican army durinpr the re regime
gime regime of President Diaz, was arrested
yesterday on an indictment returner,
by the United States grand jury at
Laredo, Texas, eharpred with conspir conspiracy
acy conspiracy against a friendly govern mem.
General Reyes waived cKminatior.
and made a bond of $".,000 to insure
his presence on Monday mornina be before
fore before United States Commissioner Kd Kd-wards.
wards. Kd-wards. His trial will be held at La Laredo
redo Laredo at a date t'o be later set.
COUGIIIXG AT NIGHT
Means loj?s of sleep which is bad for
everyone. Foley's Honey and Tar Tar-Compound
Compound Tar-Compound stops the cough at once, re relieves
lieves relieves the tickling- ami dryness in the
throat and heals the Jnflamed mem membranes.
branes. membranes. Prevents a cold developing
into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always in the house. Refuse substi substitutes.
tutes. substitutes. Sold by Court Pharmacy.
POl'RTBF.V MIXKKS KILI.IU)
Another I iidergrouud Massacre Caused
by K-vpIoloii In a AVeNt Virginia
Vivia, AV. Va., Nov. 13. Fourteen
men were killed in a coal dust ex explosion
plosion explosion which occurred yesterday in
the Pottom Creek Mine of the P.uttom
Creek Coal & Coke Company here.
Many men were in the mine at the
time of the explosion, but all escaped
but fourteen of the twenty-two who
were in the explosion zone. Four of
these were rescued.
A MAIL CARRIER'S LOAD
Seems heavier when he has a weak
back and kidney trouble. Fred Due Due-hren,
hren, Due-hren, mail carrier ai Atchison, Kas
says: "I have been bothered with kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder trouble and had a se severe
vere severe pain across my back. Whenever
I carried a heavy load of mail, my kid kidney
ney kidney trouble increased. Some time ago.
I started taking Foley's Kidney Tills
and since taking them I have gotten
entirely rid of all my kidney trouble
and as as sound as ever." Sold by the
AXD PA I XT COMPAXY
The Ocala Automobile Repair and
Paint Co. has opened a shop in the
wooden building, between the city
market and steam laundry, where they
are prepared, with skilled workmen, to
do all kinds of automobile repairing
and finishing, painting, varnishing,
etc., and any kind of fine carpenter
work or cabinet making. We guarantee
workmanship, quick jobs and close
Ocala Auto Repair & Taint Co.
One small bottle of Hall's Texas
wonder cures kidney and bladder
trouble?, gravel, diabetes, neuralgia,
rheumatism, weak and lame backs In
all ages. Write to Dr. E. W. Hall,
2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., for
local testimonials. Sold by druggists.
ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOL ATERS
I have in stock some new and very
handsome coffee percolaters, heated by
electricity. Coffee made in the most
scientific manner in a few moments
without trouble, odor, or any of the
other inconveniences of oil, alcohol or
wood heaters. Every home should
have one of these percolaters. Price
is very reasonable. A. E. Burnett.
I1ACKACHE, HEAD HEADACHE,
ACHE, HEADACHE, XERVOISXESS
and rheumatism, both in men and wo women,
men, women, mean kidney trouble. Do not al allow
low allow it to progress beyond the reach of
medicine but stop in promptly with
Foley Kidney Pills. They reguate the
action of the urinary organs. -Tonic in
action, quick in results. Sold by the
Sl IURBW HOUSE FOR REX T
A 10-room house with all city im improvements
provements improvements and elegant surroundings.
1 lz miles from court house. Just the
place for a winter vistor. Inquire a:
Star office. v
A III RGL AH'S AWFVL DEED
may not paralyze a home o complete completely
ly completely as a mother's lor.sr illner--. Cut Dr.
King's New Life Pi31- are a spIenM
remedy for women. "They gave me
wonderful benefit in const ip.ition an 1
female trouble." wrote Mrs. M. C. Dun Dun-iap.
iap. Dun-iap. of Lead ill. Tenn. If ailinqr. try
them. 25c. at Tydiner & Co.
STORE FOR RENT
Half of front store downstair at the i
Womlnmr block, next to Thcim-7-achcry 1
Fnrnlture taouer for rent. Apply to j
Mr. Akin or Mr. Ilennetf. with Oeala I
Plnmbins Electric Company.
.Indue Kohl:i:t l tilif4l TTlr Writ of
Habeas ( 'rni and Decided The
Mnt to Trial
lory iu :;.e
Wtieti J lldu.
I--.;..; .n I
ill.'' ivr:; ?
t vera I days .i
nl-aat loid taat
n p t :-r to sirant t
. : : in the pn--n;
i '. imdiiion.
on ri.ius that at-r
go t o ; :
con t end
a : ion
;io ;-!?:. :e paekers : i -. ; -n.
::". Aeeor.ling to th
f the gov-mrnen!'
:-r!i.-j s for the i.a. k r
. ij.p.'il to ill.- supr.-t:.
,i a.-l a a stay to prevent in in-trial
trial in-trial in tin- circuft i-ourt.
i:ri itKn wothiok srw
lleef I'ackers Permitted Hy .finite
Knhlxiat to Appeal to the I niled
State. Supreme Court
Chicago. Nov. 1 f. Counsel for tiie
Chicasro packers, indicted under the
Sherman anti-trust act, succeeded late
THURSDAY, NOV. 23
The Shaksperean Event of
and her distinguished Com Company
pany Company in Sluikspere's Rol Rollicking
licking Rollicking ( 'orncd v
If IllVlli I
Special Scenery, Magnifi Magnificent
cent Magnificent Costumes.
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and S1.50
Seat sale opens ) a. in.
Monday, at Court Pliarrnaev.
(Jut of town orders bv mail
or telephone, will receive
I HEATINGS CAFE I
Charles RodofT, Proprietor.
rtcM lnielv Liineli Eentiti;? House
in the City
A p:il:ieliied;i and Cedar
(Mers in All Styles
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Uighr. Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.
r v- -t
i:i-:c;rf.ts arc usf.lf.ss
After you are burned out. The wise
men prepare fr the emergency of Fire
by having a Policy to cover the possi possible
ble possible Jos- of Dropcrty through the rav-
j ages of
I mind ft
he devouring element. Never
:re regrets. Have some pres
ent wisdom. Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant lo--s is no iritis.
It costs little to be well and fully
insured that the poor have p.a excuse
for not having a policy, ice us about
S.WAUKSF: AXU in LL
LilV, Fire and Accident Tnsuraree.
axi co xtka error.
I : i :1 1 i n ir rians, r.lue Prints
, : '.,t; mad?. I.?.nd Sur-I'-iatted.
recL.ti of nuiUir. of any
v f-n tract or on conmi? conmi?-.
. conmi?-. r:-." or cons me at
:T, Holder H!-k
W, C, BLANGHARD
C0NTR4CT0R AND BUILDER
PLAN FURNISH HI
OX A rPIiTCATION
r. O. P.OX lii OCALA. 1L
-Srars :;rii-i Conrt.
lay was irr.inted hy
.-j:it. in the United
; r iVht-re e
earHer in '.he day.
ad been defeated in
r;s to mak effective a writ of
- eorp-.is. An apj.eal to the I'ni
r: -,-a allowed
KohNnat to :ii deeision.
svi;i) ( iiii-i) rit(i m:Tii
"After our chili had suffered from
severe bronchial trouble for a year,"
v.-rote G. T. Richardson, of Riehard--ori's
Mills. Ala. "we learned it had con consumption.
sumption. consumption. It had a bad cough all the
time. W tried many remedies with without
out without avail, and doctor's medicines seem seemed
ed seemed as useless. Finally we tried Dr.
King's Xew Discovery and are pleased
to say that one bottle effected a com complete
plete complete cure. and our child is again
strong and healthy." For coughs, colds
hoarseness, la grippe, asthma, croup
and sure lungs, its the most infallible
remedy that's made. Price 50c. and $1.
free. Guaranteed by Ty-
dings & Co.
ItKTI EI) FROM KI.IIV
t'astro I,ost a Small Waterloo n Soon
He Came Out of the Wood
London. Enuland. Nov. 11. The Ven Ven-eznlan
eznlan Ven-eznlan e-nsul here ha.- received cable
advii.es from Ca ra- a iiiforming hjm
that e-xd'n si lent Cipriano Castro, at
the head of a body of revolutionists,
yesterday met and engaged govern government
ment government troop- near San t'ristobal. The
cable says ('astro and his force were
defeated and forced to tlee into the
The wrereu bouts of Castro, former
(.resident and supposed expatriate, had
been a matter of mystery and conjec conjecture
ture conjecture for several months past.
no i'NKnoi.1) m i: n ici x k
ops coughs quickly and cures
. old? is Foley's Honey and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Mrs. Anna l'elzer, LT.26 .Teffer--on
street, Fo. Omaha. Xeb., says: "I
can recommend Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound as a sure cure for coughs
and colds. It cured my daughter of a
bod cold and my neighbor, Mrs. 'Ben 'Benson,
son, 'Benson, cured herself and her whole fam family
ily family with Foley's Honey and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Everyone in our neighborhood
speaks highly of it." Sold by the Court
notm t: of ki.kctiov
Under and by authority vested in
the undersigned, as mayor of the city
of Ocala, n municipal corporation or-iianit-d
;md existing under the laws
of the state of Florida. I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and give notice that a municipal
fleet ion for the city of Ocala is here hereby
by hereby called and will be held in. the said
f Oerila. Marion unty. Florida,
on the- 12th day of December, A. I.
l'Ul, for the purpose of electing a
mayor of said city; ajso one council councilman
man councilman from the first ward; also one
councilman from the second ward: also
one councilman from the third ward;
also one councilman from the fourth
ward, and al-o one councilman at
large, for the said city aforesaid and
hereby appoint the. inspectors and
clerks as follows for the respective
Ward No. l.C. TI. Mathews, YV. C.
Jeffords. F. It. Beckham, inspectors
ami B. ITowse. clerk.
Ward No. '2. J." H. Livingston. -Sr..
T. Ti. Lancaster. T. II. Harris, inspec inspectors,
tors, inspectors, and W. W. Stripling, clerk.
Ward No. T. It. Gary, J. E. Bailey,
A. D. Fausett. inspectors, and .loscph
Ward No. I. E. W. Kraybill. R.. A.
Carlton, A. V. Strunk, inspectors, anI
R. C. Loveridge, clerk.
J. jD. Robertson, Mayor.
Attest: If. C. Fistrunk, Clerk.
There is little danger from a cold
or from an attack of v.rip except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is u.-.ed. This remedy has won
its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable cures of colls and
rip and ca a be rel led upon wit 'a im implicit
plicit implicit confidence. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. I-'AR M EH S W XT E 11
small fa mi lie-,
and positions w
eady. sober men with
Will pay good wages,
1 be permanent if thy
are the right men. Apply to J. M. Mef Mef-fert.
fert. Mef-fert. Ocala or Lowell.
In i.l nip. chilly weather there Is al always
ways always a larae dtrnand for Rallard's
Sno'v Liniment because many people
iviio know by experience its great re-lb-
irg j-..-.ver in rheuriiatic aches and
; iiii-. t-re:are to apply it
at the first
and -1 per
Ktle. Sold by all druggists.
i!iiin:tr: rou sle
place, on South
without the cot-
. 1 1 1. 1
- at Star
lerlain's Stoma'-li and Liver
do not .-icken or gripe, and
taken with perfect safety by
delicate woman or the young young-.
. young-. The old and feeble wiil also
.,t s iitanie remedy
. 1 -T
.- t '-n
en'-r;hen'ng their weafi weafi-and
and weafi-and fr regelating t;
Stn i' TKH T.MS
yon soon i v: t.ink.T th?
ric Company is mak-
lin writer from tiie roof
ir. -? If not, see them.
.- -it C:
i ;e :'pe--;y
. -.1 tr ..
if nv- r. s.
mej at the Oca' a N'encs
'e "iu wait, and you
wait a we.-k or a month,
m--Iy is also un un-and
and un-and croup. For
Bonar $3.00 Hats
Sweet, Orr & Com Company's
pany's Company's Trousers
I wish to announce that my fall and winter stock
of good is now in and is very complete, with the
very latest styles and fabrics from the leading mar markets
kets markets of the north.
We call especial attention to the handsome new
line, for men and hoys, of
SUITS, OVERCOATS and ODD PANTS.
Our line of SHOES, HATS and CAPS for i?otH men
and boys cannot be excelled in the city.
Our line of newest creations in GLOVES, NECK NECKWEAR,
WEAR, NECKWEAR, BELTS, ETC., is one of our specials and is well
A verv pretty line of FANCY VESTS, also DATQ
ROBES and PAJAMAS.
SWEATERS of all colors and sizes.
All we ask of the public is to let us show them
the goods. Come in to see us.
f-i. A. VVa Herrmann
Call up Phone 300 and let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
h ve employ none Iit expertn f are In ponitloB to run ran tee eT eT-rrv
rrv eT-rrv pieee of trk we onrurt to tanl tbe iniipection of the mrt
rlil iiipeeir. It ookU not hint; to ret our fiKur and yoo are tae
nlnncr, whether we neeure the contract or not. Give na a trial.
M. W. TTUCIKEIR
FOHT KINfi IILOCK
CARLOAD IF FDCl
I have just received a carload
of Tennessee horses and mules for
all purposes. Farm, Turpentine,
Lumber Mules, single and matched
animals. They are exceptionally
fine and splendid values for the
prices asked. Call and see them
before the drove is broken.
LOT ON WEST EXPOSITION ST., OCALA, FLA.
Also Sales Stables at Inverness and WIldxvccL
us Give an Estimate on Yonr
OCA LA RVEXIXG ST A It, MONDAY. NOVKMUrr.
r a i i nnnnis? ..- swa-v a -a s
OCALA EVENING STARi?S:SH-?STin IM
. '!;'. It was known be fji-e r- 1 1 tl I wl LI V
J'HICU iKT Till: PCR
' AiHoi! froro Brook.. id" to J-kvon-
w a Ixsl r
i Hie in I'ittt nntl n !l.n!f Hours :j
uffluii Ul ? i I, la
; fore F va p ; i i : by t-v 7'.
Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors, jent rr. an either in or oat of the of lee. j
, j Kver-fJa.ie 1 irds -ft If; have a -id mKS.r Heller rhftn Fer, the
1. Jt. uarrroiir inmes .Manager. 'frauds asvociared --rn th
; other inn!
ae ;!!(: s
J. II. lU'iijamtn, Kilitor.
as a hp
fr-at KTi(-!!l(rr! joi f
lirnsh to F"t tTit". VWilur-.
i r v
' i 1? to-.-f-o a o ri t:
: u.ir. -:.
; up 1 i,rri'';,i-
The f unc Ml of Mh-s Mattie I'yle--; M jor iVrt-th:
veterdav wa vt-rv largely a "Tele 1, t .; x '. .- h: r.
not only hundred. of city friend be- j ham.
ins present, but many from on:, in t'.- ;
country. All the morning. tht etUl.; Mil. WKFFKItT' ItW LIM
form of this i?oo4 and love-I youny lady
lay in an open easket in the parlor of j Fditor Star: I rueh-.- Ir. Saiur
her mother's home on su!.h n.'CIy Star on-! in S;?
street and very many of .er f rtnds that i petition '. h r
came to see her the list time. The ,: iJ-. ., ;..-. a
long days of sickness ha' left but :i- ; alderman at in- f.r : r-;y "f .-.tl!
tie trace on h.--r feature.--, an-1 clothe 1 ; lo ,-. v. ,;! .,o at t h..- r.'-:- .-ity .-1 : j
In pure white she j-eemed as" one on!y ;1r; j
f i f ff.i v.-ry r:!!f;fui to ?he many I
'.v.n r- f.-.r- f
e.-r. !'ToV,c-V I
. r .'kT 1-1
r-" Vi-- sre -. t ..,!. i
llm-fvsr. M r. Price anl h?- Bulf-k if
wer.l : r- il'.n an.l ? -?ror.:n-r ;3
.: talen"i!.-nl he ? re a ay to io the
i n i ; e r
) : r-
asleep. The ?adlenel friends sou'h?
to console themselves a little by bfinw.- j vter-s 'ho slne.! ?'o- pe;I:.i'r,
ins? flowers, ami soon the room anl ; huhiness ai'f.ilrs are n: that
hallway outsf le were fil'e-1 with the j s',ir. the time i stn.'ly Use
fragrant tributes. 1 ferer.t, like every ahlerman
.-. f. !:
The services took plaee at 2 o'clock. )
Rev. J. D. Chapman officiate!. ar;.l j
spoke beautifully in praise of the dea l S
and consolation for the llvintr. Aft-r i
his addres and prayer, the pallbearer?
h.-nce respc-;f ally iledir.e tne lionor.
.1. M. Mfff-rt.
fi.osr: Tin: s iuioi i'Uiiv
- : ; i r : f. ;- : f -: t : i
.Te--rs.. M::Iv-r .v M-.-'-Ksy ar 1 t
A brink hook with vour
nnif wti it showin-' yon to
,-i i-jK5sit r of tins bank
will t'tik for von. If von
hav- an employor it will at-; r
tract J s is favorable attention, j r:me
and if s eking employnv nt it j TO TlIE (U(!n) citizfn
will help yoirijecane tin- faot j r om. m nnn corvrv
that yOU maintain a bank IK'-; My yry r.r Christian Friends: I;
coiHir aenotes tiiriitaiut y- ty U(,lXHl A;oc-,;t,,n that tli;re wm!
t;rnati buiiies habits, ainlp v-
t tie?e a I'd trailS liiai are Ir.ote that tWe will be a colored war.1
, ., :r. this hopitai, ; -:s a-- colored i
sougnt tor in tne rnaraciei 01 ,. :-,t.n ,-0 :.ur fu-i t1,,,y $owar.ls tnSs
anemplovc. 'It will alo en-; 7, 0 The j
: fonnd this v.-f-f-at tne Marion :
1 unnnrn 0
TO FAIR VISITORS
: r :.
'. : T ; -J"s
a n i
bore the casket to the hearse, and fol followed
lowed followed by a Ionic pr -h-n it earrh-d
the dead to Ii.-r last resting place !n
Flovers are generally scarce at th!
season, but there were so many brauuht
to the funeral that a 'twy-hor-e furni furniture
ture furniture van was ued to carry them to
At the cemetery a pretty lot
been selected on the western slop.
1 i-'i fr .
. .. t r- i. tin- h;r- i-.-a
r ail day .-.i: I I ''"
c. 1 a n 1 :nany
S Prof. A. If. I'.rins I'.rins-I
I I'.rins-I -fhgriP clost- Krid
! aive the ch.il 1 r-ti a chain
.fair, for the su ess uf whi-h iiny iiav.- i
I done mac;!. There is no cood r-a.-on j n"-r''
j w hy the schools should not dose on lra-d ar.d
j t'nat day. Ft has b.-en sa-esttd that Ir-ir-idly.
1 ...!'.',, '. oic. ti .-it t'l'.t tt-.-.iitl i The aur:.-
. j!not iive the children :i:m- to '
j to ti.o -rounds 'nd s-e everything be- fi:i!ri-
tne grave vvas iinea wun wrute cio- .a. ,
and tne rresn eartn t.iai oa i o.-en r- : ,
. ;;if'i r . .o ) i tor t
moved was entirely cvcre.t N,,.r.k, fr f;lir nn1 thf... 1(prVe
Spanish moss. The newlv made moiin-lf ? . .. .r,
that covered the earthlv remains of ; ,
. a rm na t on ;:. !i-:rs t-.-morro
the sleeper, was banned Wita lovely.
flowe- sj!"wjrno;' b; 'rt"".
reiver v dj, v.u.. -'--'v .'"Oin!l t!;(. t, ,,5,(rs and
. . I -i.l- h.iMiM-r -m l c-uj
til at ro r. -it rivin"" r r 1 i t n I yr- ; c
.- u;-!. r-
, .1 is aH : .- i
it y exhi1.;: ;iro on V
1 ulH-,- i.ro"i!y
able von to start into bus-! c,"n!- F:-ir ?n Apartment, if
1 f ov. i a contr:;-i:tiOTi box to receive any sum I
r ; illCSr) Oil VOlir OWn accord. it! of money that vC mlsh-: ftel ,15-pose.l I (
to eive. i! .ir-.oa t aunty ra:r
tt'i 1 1 l i, ,i .n ft to n c t
issue a book in vour name. ""Ital T:iy'" lel us -lir'l
( selves and others to do our whole duty i
i t :us v.
a :r: c t-r; a.n 'Pa:
o : p
-.v o-.tr v'tte t-airiitaa ir:cnas j
rrour.d and ta construe
children hav- worked hard
,ls will be
i.irr it i-oc
vices to one who was not only a trust- I
ed. employe but an e.temed frb nd.
Every member of the lar- force of
employes of Mclver & Mar-Kay attend attended,
ed, attended, and their floral tribute to her was
Tkft ..niiv.Arr.r,. M.r.. cin-m ?Mi -.. I sa hi h v 1 a s to the de'noc.r 1 1 c leaders :
J. H. Carlisle, Jr.. Jt. It. Carrol!, f. X'.
"Leavenicood, II. C'. Uennett and K. A.
i.-r-t-ssf ul fair.
l 1 x
favor.; :,: to
0. plH LImI fOQ -th5s bil-r-? -r the colored people a:!
(JJ UltHUiULlOOire without our support as a whole.
ur eirnost .-u:
Tn th.e pres
e ot a -r s ,r ;t:v::
r-.U'ls. 'Ifi -- Web--ter an 1 Mi
1-OIlT KI.VCI CAMI' XO II
WOODMEN OF TH1
Hf-l.-n Mathews were unite
'; -k J !-: I:
of the bride"s p-irent
:irular raontiily Tf.eeti:-!- will
port of others for so -.-rt'-.r a caus
Yours in the interest e.f this work,'' ;
John U. Drown,
Minister in Charge St. Jitt-cs" Mission. )
3IKnit."AI, LOHI) M.VYOIt
For Each Day of the Fair'. We Will Give the
. Party Drawinfl the Lncicy Nnmbcr
$10 ia Cash cr Merchandise
We will i-sue tickets to all persons visiting our
huildhm as we did last year At four o'clock each
afternoon during the fair we'wiil draw for the lucky
number for that day. If the lucky number drawn is
not represented in person we shall draw again, and so
on nntit a number is drawn matching one held by a
Xart in the building.
We have-introduced several new displays in our
building at the fair gKmnds thts year and it will be
worth your while to pay lis a visit. y
YOU MAY WIN THE $10.
Makc-our BUILDING your headquarters.
We Iiavc plenty ol room and will be glad to
Iiave you. .(-
. Sir Thomas Door Crosby, "kniknt
doc-tor of medicine, alderman and
turner," has been elected, by the liv-
York World uives the fol fol-e,
e, fol-e, w'aich to the Star seems
FIltF ALtltM AT SCHOOL
The den:o -rits in (.'r,r".- Will play
Ure.-tly into the hands of Wall str et.
and directly I r 1 1
Mr--. W. It. Mm : hi
t-io HaptS-t chnr-
-v. Mo 11 ins
performinur the ; n
'. d-I;aiit ful re-
H o'clock Fri iay evenincr, j erymen of the city
S. ;i i 1 at Yoime s II all.
W. V. Marlowe, C. C.
as. K. Sasi'. Clerk.
c reui on y. a t
fresh iiif-nts v.-ere seivel.
Mr. WVbsfer has h.-r-n with the I.ecs I.ecs-btir.tr
btir.tr I.ecs-btir.tr State Uartk for th- p-it f wo y.-- ir
tnd is one of our most nroure-siv
vouncr men. a ri d the bride 5s a ntfitber t w
hands of T'res!- of one .of Leeslm ra's
Prf. Witlierspoon invited the news newspaper
paper newspaper men and a few others to drop
around at Summerlin Institute on the
"QT" at about 10 oa lo.-k Monday
About the time these parties arriv arrived
ed arrived at the school grounds Prof. Wither Wither-Spoon
Spoon Wither-Spoon sounded the fire alarm. The
teachers and pupils were all taken by
surprise, but they certainly vacated
those buifdintrs in a hurry. One and
three-quarter minutes after the alarm
was given every pupil and every teach teacher
er teacher was safely outside on the irround
lookintc back to see where the "fire was
Seeing a few spectators they quick
ly "caujcht on" to the professor's rus.
and in one minute after the -iiai .va
given to return all were in the build build-in?rs.
in?rs. build-in?rs. The teachers are to he conurattilat conurattilat-ed
ed conurattilat-ed upon the mann r in whi.-h th.
agress was made so quickly and safely, j
If the alarm fiad been aivcn as the
result of a sure enouuh fire this little
,piece of pleasantry illustrated the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of an occasional fire, drill. Itar Itar-tow
tow Itar-tow Record.
Fire drill should be one of the
studies at the cala IUsh School, anl
it can't be added to the ctirrieulum t;
The hish school buildinu is all wood
and would burn like a tinder-box if it
caujrht fire. All the rooms are full, of
scholars, some of them are packed, and
if the children should stampede in a
panic the stairways would be jammed
in half a minute with dead and dyin-a.
Ktcress from the buildinvr couldn't be
made any too quickly in uood order,
and Ocala parents may very well shud shudder
der shudder to think of what would be the re result
sult result of a scare with a destructive fire
The primary school buildint? is not
crowded and comparatively safe. Dot
as for the hisrh school. Mr. Workman
should institute a daily fire drill and
set the scholars to praetieinir at on a-.
Cold weather has increased the danger.
dent Taft if they undertake to amend:
the Sherman anti-trust I iw to elimi eliminate
nate eliminate "the rule of rea-on" as interpreted
by the supreme court.
Wall street would web-orue such an
amendment, for it would necessita'e
another interprc-tat ion of the statute
by the supremo court and would mean
years of delay while the litigation was
Mr. Taft would welcome su.-h an
amendment, because it woul :4ive h i m
a chance to use his veto power, and
stand before the country as the sreat
champion of the Sherman act.
In his Detroit speech Mr. Taft eh a!-,
lencced Mr. Dryan or any other critic
of the supreme court's decisions in the
oil and tobacco cases "to tell the pub
lic what par'ieular contract or re restraint
straint restraint of Interstate trad.- he won!
condemn which would not ho condemn condemned
ed condemned within thi-- defsn i ',:ou of the court :"
Let tne renew an a In the invitation to
nnv of the vocif 'rons crimes of the dc-
c i s i o n of t h
leu a! ma u ; na nms
of a ease not condemned within the
rub- of (instruction put upon the
statu?!., by the s;i,rerce court, hut in in-eluded
eluded in-eluded within t heir consj ruct ion of it
which rea --on able men would think it
wise or proper to make criminal.
Mr. Dryan has never replied to Mr
1st Ft e'oiWero-e eveei.: to rite Ine
failure of the administration to prose
cute the officials of the Standard Oi
Company and the Anmrican Tobac-o
Co!ii.nny criminally. This is lcjrlt imat
criticism of the Taft adni'ttistra t joti
but it c an have no possible boar in tr
upon the "rub- of reason" or th
preme court. Criminal prosecutions
which have never b. en inst Uuted ea n
not be said to havi- failed becatise the
court of last re -or: sa'.-- that a statu:--
mtist be construed in the liirhf of rea reason.
son. reason. The democrat ic jcirty has an excel excellent
lent excellent chance to elect a president .in 1 :!:!.
-in.veute court t use fie
and .-tato 1 1 i fac
and a very popular v ; .: l iiiv
Ti'.e namior of beautiful .and
presents att-ste th,. esie"-n in v.-hh-h
t he couple '.- held hy 1 r. er host ,.f
'"mil their i is o ,. i th.-v
will live with their tincle. i". C. W-I.J
s t e r. I.eesburu Couui; e rc'tal.
- a 1 t I A
mayor for the forthcoming civic year, i age
it mis?ht bu a trood thin".' for cities 4n fi. ii&Z. sb
aeneral to elect doctors as mayors. The'
principal obstacle to dom? so is thai
x a e best man have no time to attend t
the duties of the office."
THiru i:s nit; otkst
OCAIA IIIHSR UJUVI.S
Ty. IF. IJe'n. It. J j. Walker and wife.
C. It. Walker, Atlanta: 11. P. !'o -'...
St. I.ouis; Miss Anna Hall. Miss Klhart.
Miss j. Hall. Miss D. Hall. Mi-s Sand-
--'-er. Miss Iloone. Mjss S. Pray. Miss F.
Cray, Mis,- Calhoun. Miss plan, the
Vass.ir tlirls; Mrs. Andrews. If. G. War Warren,
ren, Warren, Xe w- York : Wiilet Oroover, i. '.
Itussell. J. P. Cay. .Jacksonville: W. S.
The Tamoa Tribune has put on one
nt the -uaarest new.-paper .- m : i t-:a
elphhi: F. D. Rm Rm-.1.
.1. Rm-.1. .1. Fort. CI.u it
Wh it chf-ad. I 'it! ho
City; M. P. Hickok, New Orleans: It.
I-:. L. Methan. ehattanooL-.t ; C. J.
Shu It ?5. Inverness: T. It. Mo A uley,
Sta ndari: M' Strauss. Ciuirles Itoavl-'.
Florida; P. u. Fully. Tampa: it, A.
Hicks. Pulneuh. Ky.: W. D. TaIlaui).T.
M. T. Sternshein. J. G. W!--ins. Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah : Ceo. II. Feaule. Valdosta: T.
C". Han way, Harry t Ansorae, Xew
Yoik; A. 11. T'owell. P oru'a: P Abrau: Abrau:-son.
son. Abrau:-son. Albert H. Marsh. Auuifta: it. F.
F-vilh- ar:I wife. Mrs. M. If. T.n-th-.
Gainesville ; p.. Walker. Chlcac-o; W. I.
Howard, A. T. In-avcr, .1 acksonville; X.
P. Ives. Florida; W. II. Hubbard. Ter Terrell:
rell: Terrell: .1. P. Kina. .i:nesv:ib: W. P
Howard, oveido; S. F. Purr, Philadel Philadelphia:
phia: Philadelphia: .1. 15. Willis ami daughter, San-ford.
The cala Fertilizer Company has
br.titcht tho seed department of F.axter
than and will continue the business in
the same place under the name of
-' a la See l Store."
We have in a fresh supply of seeds,
and will try to keep everything in the
seed line. ve will appreciate the con- trains to Day Lake, Orange Springs
tlnuance of the custom already estah- and Kenwood on Thursday, September
lished in this department, and solicit 14th. Train leaves Ooala 7 a. m. in in-any
any in-any new business, suaranteeinjr stead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will
prompt and courteous service to all. make one round trip daily to these
WK ATtI-: GOIXG TO SFITj SHEDS points except on Sundays, when two
AND FEItTi LTXKitS AXD SllLh THEM rounil trips will be made, x Sunday
RIGHT. We. are prepared to bay all
the VMLVKT DEANS and PEANUTS
we can secure and a limited amount
of IT A Y, CORN, POTATOES, SYRFP,
etc. We expect to build up a trade in
all these farm products, and if the
'"Jzi, TZJl, m.,;.; i Kave just' received
; five carloads of
! r i .1 TT
scirEnrLi: to ouaxct: springs; vm pq nrifi nm ses
which will be sold
prices. Call and
see us at
Pi FJorlda. and the quality of its enter- l
pris.. i not rond to any.
The Ocala Northern Railroad Com Company
pany Company becran operatinsT through
if J, " f'S h-
trains- will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and 3
p. m. Until further notice tickets
will be sold to all stations except Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs at rate of one fare for
the round trip. Sunday rates between
Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25
FARMER will help us, we will give ; cents lor tne rouna trip, ah tickets
him a .uood market for every' stable -:o limited to day of c-ale. Now :ret you?
that every farmer will know where xo baskets ready and spend a pleasant
sell ami where to hay. Come to see ; 3a j- at the famous resort of Orans?
us and make our place headquarters. Springs, one of the most delightfu
i places for an outing- or recreation 1
V n rA!-:fi Mannnpp the South. S. P. Ilollinrake. Supt.
mS r X A lk mm. v --w M
JOS, W, 0008E & CO,
KXKiirrs ov pvtiiias
t 'onvent lor.s held every Monday eve
ning in astlc nail over .arl:sies
j r u l;s ; ; -re. A cordial welcome to visit-
PII.F.S ftHEI) I TO 11 DAYS
Your druefsrist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Dlind, Bleed in jj or Pro--1
trudini? Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c.
Special Low Psics for Cash or Credit.
I'UXCnCM, I'AINTHHS VI 1'Al'Itlt
liOV.ATj OIIDEU OF MOOSK
! O.-ala la-dtre No. (p:. M cts ea- h
Thursday nig-ht in hall in Gary block.
Work Cunt rsieted for Anjivltere in!
Florida. o Job Tiki l.aruc! Vone Too
' Small. IIe5tdiiiarter. Ocala, Fla.
that can i-i-ilv
thrown away. This is no time to play
the fool or the demauaanue.
W. C. T. I 1 T 4!P
,-The Tribune' says of the state W.
T. U. convention, which will meet in
Tampa will soon have the pleasure
and honor of entertaining the state
convention of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, one "of the most
important factors 'in upholdirv-r the
morals of the country, a work in
which thousands of the srood women of
Florida and of the nation are enjrajred.
Of special interest in connection with
the Tampa convention of this trreat
organization will be the .presence here
of Miss Ellen M. Stone. whose name
was once the most discussed jn all Cue
world, incident to her capture by the
Turks, who held her for random. Miss
Stone has devoted her Fife to mission missionary
ary missionary work ard she eome here direct
frm the distant mission tulds to the
women of Florida.
Many other noted workers and
speakers are on the program for tin tin-convention,
convention, tin-convention, which has already been
printed in full by the Tribune. Th"
women of Tampa will see to it that
the several hundred delegates and vis visitors
itors visitors are cordially and hospitably entertained.
rm niiw, NOVF.MHFK 'J?.,
HOSI'Il'M, 1) Y AT THE FVI't
On that day we will irive to th
building fund for the Marion Count
Hospital ten per cent on all order i
taken or sales made at our buildin r
on the grounds.
Oeali Dumber v Supply Co.
NOTll II TO SI UM RlHItHS
In writin.sr to have the address of
your paper changed, please do not fo -tret
to mention your previous locatioa.
This will enable us to u;e prompt at attention,
tention, attention, anil avoid mistakes. The
Weekly Star has almost too many sub subscribers
scribers subscribers for us to remember each one's
postofnee as soon as we sec the name.
Til AT KYF.lU;i.Ali:s KI'.POKT
Pictures irnroed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month,,
coacomha i,oik,!-, i i.'. oi- a. j Tle my restrictions placed on the contestants are. that they are to use no other FLOUR than MARVEL. Contestants may enter as many
x .?ear' 1 i aves a "iei red. AH bread entered must ho delivered at onr store before 12 o'clock, or at our booth at the FAIR, before 3 o'clock, on Tuesday,
o'coud'' "Thuiay -ven:n.5 f ea ch j 0vem! ht 21st. Three ('Ompctent judffef ull be selected at our BOOTH at the FAIR, .where the contest will take place at 8 o'clock.
noisth. 1. ti.try, i-. m. j 4 -!
im-r knuahts. .1. G. Ferguson. :. A
Clias. K. Satre. K. of R. and- S.
he i : ;
nil iwi mwm
i&h i m 1 mm m m m m m m
IwMrfif W Pi m 1 F
I lie 'O Il Ik m.
j toox fcsa .s ft 14 a g t H s p3
" Edwin Spencer. Jr., Dictator.
E P. Mapp. Secretary.
"Nlk -rY.V"-',y 1
its V:y-MTf. ,.
ms k kti&an y ti
p am &m-4 i4mii ly lift
JAKS0NViLLE'S 'liNEST and ILORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST TEAR ROUND HOTEL
Rates Reasonable Aiiicrican Plan
m wT ft
C3 3b- ft
gA jT's;4 JbZ r-M
3 d 5.- r
m il fc:
ECOND GRAND BAKING C:OIXTTE:srl
sa-fa 3 p ffsm fg- r& Tt f r-3 J- W W'Q
JS il, v. S- JL Qy
OFFERS 3 PRiZES, AMOUNTING TO $23.00, FOR THE
pf?SS lref gaa 4 B 1 pii fea.
H MARVEL FLUC3
ifii rT Sinn w
M. M. U.
tliias. K. Sa
Ti l, I liA LODGE NO. I. O. O. F. I
IVfapvsI F'?Ioiiiia Famed top its Goodness
Tulula I.odae Xo. 22. Tndepen-lent
Order of oi l Fellows. tueets every
Tuesdsy a: p. a-., in Vonuc's Hall.
Visiting brethren always welcome.
.1. C. GePrer. X h!e Grand.
W. I Colbert. SecTe'ary.
OCALA CI!.rTi:ii XO. 1,1. II. A. M.
tontht'l p:murthi 24-lb. Sacks .Marvel Kiour
One 1-lb. Can Chase and Sanborn's Coffee
It earn la r ermvo.-ation-- of the Ocala
ehapter. Xo. pr. K. A. M., on f
Frhiav of ever;
J. A. Ttouvicr, II. V.
Jake Frown, Sccretarv.
ocala ALniK xo. 18FL v. o. l. One Can Runiford Baking Powder
. VaU Aerie No. un, Fraternal Or- ()ue Bottle lleillZ CatsUp
uer of I-.aalcs. meets everv ttrst ana
ory of the nation. j Curd W.Mne,day in the month ayt Srir, q parkas NablSFQ Wafers
been lealonstes aroused. K n a H :.-a.nu !?roi a l
air methods employed. I '! Ui'r.-.'ln 'V. ;'Ve -"e vresU.-.nt HC ;'55c Call Roval Scarlet IVache:
Dixie says, resrardins that reort on
the" drainage of th.e Kverutades. said
to be suppressed by the Interior De Department
partment Department :
The Fverslades drainage proposition
has given Florida millions of dollars
worth of advertising, and it has ma le
some men rich. I know but little regarding-
the project. but I do kn w
that many more excellent and honor honor-able
able honor-able men who have Investigated it are
firm in the faith that it will prove t!
most valuable reclamation undertak
ing In the history of the nation-
and some unfa
The most dishonorame thins; assoeiat- N. I. liltatns. Secretary.
with thA r..ent diseiissiors is t'-,e' :
publication under flashma hearlines in j OCALA Lo'lMSK XO. 2S6,- II. V. O. K. ,al'iailt'f' Tea I V)t
the Jacksonville Metropolis that t ?: .- i : 1
ronnrt of VI n n f r Wright srave the 1 ' -:
project a black eye. This report as ;
published was not written by Fnuineer j each mouth. Yisttinsr tirethren .ihv.iv
Wrljrht and the whole article was a "'''v I-ard h'ak... y.. R.
.. bonis I-. .savarese. cr"ary.
malicious, cowardly and fa-se account
pulled off for political purposes. Wh, ?n i y A1UOX-DI NX LODOK
forced the following day to deny its'
dishonorable publication, the corrcetien ; A -1
appeared hidden on a back pace be- j M.ir-rt-D:!nn pii, y, 1? m.-t
neath advertisements. Such are "Met" J the Temnle en the tu'st and third
methods In journalism. Thursday evenincs of each month.
Major -Wrisht has an excellent op- Visiting bretnrer? way-M
portunity for a suit for bis damage? -j y. Martin. Secretary.
j Every sack of MARVEL FLOUR is absolutely GUARANTEED. You run no risk whatever. If it doesn't please -you, it'n our losp. Yqu
jean Iret Marvel Fhnr Irom us we will sell yen any amount from 10c up. We have the 12 and 24 pound bags and half barrels.
j Below von will iiud a list of the prizes:
One 2-"c Bottle Eddy's Extract
5 24-lb. Sacks Marvel Flour
One 1-11). Can Chase and Sanborn's Coffee
One Can Rumford's Baking Powder
One Bottle Heinz Catsup
One 25c Package Nabisco Wafers
One .5e Can Roval Scarlet Peaches
One Bottle Eddy's Extract
One Japanese Teapot
1 THIRD PRIZE
V 24-db. Sack's .Marvel Flour
One 1-lb. Can Chase and Sanborn Coffee
One Can Rumford's Baking Powder
One Bottle Heinz Catsup
One 2oc Package Nabisco Wafers Wafers-One
One Wafers-One 35c Can Royal Scarlet Peaches
One 25c Bottle Eddy's Extract
One Bottle Heinz India Relish
One Japanese Tea Pot
No. 2S. Rene vol-Tit
rive cr ier .f Klks. -!U-. : -nd
fourth Taisiiiy venir ;
8F line Date, November 21st 9 1SM1
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Phones 16 and 174
CrT I3 0T IP'W
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR MOXHAV. -NOVEMBER 20, 1911
AT .HF.AT HI 1 VANTAGE
nbt ;Tavf liefH a Fatal One. i Ocala
FmtttiaU Team AA a
THE VALUE OF A BANK SERVICE
Must be measured by the security and usefulness to
The Commercial jaidc oilers its patrons absolute
securitv nnd a bank service pro video to meet the es es-pecial
pecial es-pecial licfds of the ptoplo of Clarion and adjoining
It is under statu supervision. It is managed by
men of wide business experience. It has a capable
and Ciiieient directorate..
In the ehere of a I nnk those faets are woithy of
your eon? iflerat ion.
7 t- 'ZT?
Get it from Beck; get it right.
iitisl T i !.i !ia Out
11. Idge anl .Mr. Maddo:
from Jacksonville aturdaj
j rot urne.l
on Ui.N t t- urni.r neo ana uj;
furnishe. rooms. 100 N. Magnolia S!
ami expensive ac-el-nivrninir.
ar.teed, at Ilh
the :: :
n of the g.
to iUid the 1
Ml Frances Ji.ile returned to
school work at orange Lake ye-
t e r
r '.v n c
. li... '-. School f.-...:
iye-1 in Tamna Satitrdav it wa
vnst tTKir odd, the -treatest of!
:ca was thA Sej-i, v.-:! : ':: was wv- i
id jo red wit!; wet .traw. which made it so;
.-lippry thai the boys could not tret a J
I: !, 'i-ick start, a the cleats on their!
ri-it-r the floor, and -Otoes would -not take hold on the j
have co!lt.:tr.I. f--r!":i"- j
n i f t 1 a little trur i T!"if canto was v-ry f-'Kcitirjsr at ti!
' !..: ';i ;n t J -' '. ; .- .- '': ;! r:"- 1 t .rs !"n l?av- ''
;. a t heart tt'lou? ex- insr the hall. T5tc nto.-t exitiri-r t'me f
Mr, M. r- v. i - :' i Half. a; k Fr.--hr.rn of T.-un- ;
r a carpenter". work:-1- :r:-.1 f -.r a SeM o:i' in the een.1 :
-r : of the r oo n. ' r r. He nis.s the goal !y only j
: f eelliriu ve r:u-1 .1 i s few .inches. This is the ne-irest that'
fYTiMFTou CANT OPEN A
cards that nave never been
the Court Pharmacy.
M"r. J. M. Tison has-Wn in Oeala f.-
'I thd last few .lays, takir.u- a Ivant.it-
the huntinir season.
an-i tne hiz :-lat--he
front of tae store
.1 :: i! i ;. Mr. Mr-r-e
1 ana hrti: -h was
hein-r score i on th-s'i
' .""5 : t .:"'..(
oali never crot near Tampa's cto."
i ti r. e h l.4 rs tl
I.aiTie.s' anl misses"
fthfiiiatier A: Co.
ifamlsome lace curtains of all
sians at Ith.einau.-r's. sfcon.l !!.
rt anl the
were .sevt-ral n t 'li 'lira
ra 'lira i eveeiit a ba.I ,-earf.
tie tire at thv ua.-itli.e.
nit with a h !.."; uf
.;r: men: was eaa.-o
. rs a riihiote. !"t
iten. "t i a liciti, a 'at. r ree aom or
"It" .i :
Heady to wear
and children at li
! wa t-r.
! oat and wa
j f-.an.I little to do.
i The t-x;.!oion mu.t have he
h-il bv the sudden mixing of
t n a i
.. 1 ,-;
; ,-; r i n e
an t r,4-re was
Vay. the ordinary
ip sides a"ml rear
A 'W C I Astypto.la corn-lit syrup is pood for
f& 1 jj? lyounsr and ol.l. At the Court Pharmacy i f ,.
A El 1 'lea.t ,-v-m
f.l M y& j Colored paper for deeorat:ns at th..- )!i(.r 0
J. jOcala Xews Co. tlr-t rasiied
s ; dart ow. :
e arr e-.: t::e -:ai! tw nr t?:re-
"-rs: down op line hacks. The
'"i nothing' t- not'aJ-ns when
ekeeperV whittle announce
aaaie was ov r.
"ssihie that the jrarne 5fche'1 5fche'1-h
h 5fche'1-h the Sunt merlin Institute at
tu :e piaye-t nere nest
canceled and a no '-r-
iyed wJt'o i a mpa hr-rc 'to do
- 3; I
datnau-.,. They i Tampa Oys he
safe to -iv
WAXTJCD Two house j.ainters. See
Joseph Dodae. the Decorator. ll-l-"ti:
door in front. at;,!o larst erowd tint has ever heen
from the tr.i?. was ; ont to a uame will see the tratne. for
.s i-lea sias must have e ez o:e n.n ;z v. ai te a irooii ov
at -the ceiling above I
the plates loose, and; MiTIIIVf; TO OTII!;
yen: thro the loors, tak-
".J- JIV-V.. ---
house at reasonable rates, call up the 1
:c a! ass
y i $
. -: -T:r.'''' ... v
---- --nil,,, I. i i vf;rin1iT-.
Mr. Ii. E. I.ansford came in from
Chattanoosa Saturday, to visit
brothers In thi city.
ii oi i.!H dun !- ; l'lit Tnmmi
was taken out
and idled the
pavement deep with iras-'nient.
The damage was about 600, but the j
Star understands It covered by In-
A ceo u ii! of
Two ause ess broke evenlv at the
.-u ranee. The b;;jr show windows will finish of the football ?-ni. vedAra-iv
; oe rej-iaceii u soon as pos.-aiHe. an: at ternon at the Tampa Dav
IU.ji1v to wear garments for ladies
and children in late .styles at Iliiein- j
I Mrs. Smith hopes the store roo
j be completed in a few weeks.
the score, wl
WfJI Nrt'hin'' to r-nh?i-
N'othinef in the world will sive you
relief for that couh like Astyptoden
Trrikove T'-ip ("iiurf Pli.irnncv
it did not
!nive the locU a coveted victory, cut
ioff from Oeala the laurels of the state
.hiirh school cliamp'onship.
Hie Va-Nar CJIrU at the e:s,la came down prepared to scalp
Tewsple Sainrday iirhl ; the last hiah school team in the state.
The Vassar uirls delighted a larae't "a? the I? a me team that only a short
nn ii i-:xu'irns mimc
! Mr. W. W. Tilshman. the Ford car
man, came in from Palatka this morn morn-i
i morn-i in.er.
! audience at the Temple Saturday niiiht. ---" a 2:0 licked Tampa to the tune .of
! Their musical selections were rendered : 1 to 0. Ihit lat niarht on the train
jwith a volume ami sweetness that held .v.-a;cn was t3kinsr them
the audience spellbound and brousrbt : realij-ed that they were
1 the ;i too a n -e in waves. Tiss ATnrtl-.i i.lken.
THi: 1MSF.SIDF.VT OF THE LXHGEST SHOE nOCSE ITS THE
WOULD SVVI.IJ A IMRT OF HIS JIOXEY WIIEX HE CLERKED IS A
STOKE. THE M VN HE AYOUKED FOtt LIKED THIS AND TOOK
HIM IXTO 1MHT.EHSHIP. A1IOFT. FOKTY YEARS AGO HE SATED
TEN THOrSAM DOLLARS. TODAY HE IS WORTH NEARLY TEN
MILLION' DOLLARS.. MAKE YOIR OWN MORAL.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN $75,000
II. D. STOKES, Cashier.
JXO. L. EDWARDS. Pres.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vire Prei.
HOSPITAL DAY AT THE FAIR
sadly mii- j
The handsomest stock of new style ;
San da --tor'
di:i performance was en-
rame was replete with exeitina;
01 PALATKA, FLORIDA
WALTER W. TILfiH&IAN. Mai?3ger;IU-: -n-ts in nhem.
auer.s ea rpet department.
1 cored aaasn ano 'auam.
sketches a"d original offerin
Tiie ladies of the hospital board
wish to announce that Thursday of
fair week has been chosen for hospi hospital
tal hospital day.
.The. necessity of a new hospital is
recognized by all. It has the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of every citizen of the county.
I'p to this, time only a limited acw
have had an Opportunity, to make con contributions
tributions contributions to this the commoi prop-
! 1 11 lin Vi-ii-o nl.-nrnc fi r& Tltjin- t ''loose.
) tu .-. On-ii-i v.-.ii- c.-. ini- : ft nee. an
Their handsome new model Ford cars at the following mostthem framed.
md t,o moment. As the hall neared the jxoal lerty of us all.
t by Mis 'nt' youna heart heat faster And! Such an opportunity will be present-
Mlectra Piatt broufrht down the wJen it looked like the local liis,h !ed to everyr-ne on Thursday next when
It wa a very fine perform-
Touring Car, S-Fasr-enger
All cars are fully equipped and prices are delivered in
Octila. Stop one of our new cars, whereever you see it, and
ask for a demonstration. If inteift(rl, leave a call for us at
the Star olfu'C, or drop card n the OcaJa postoilice.
I If it's a "Iaicky Curve" fountain pm
lifs a frood one. "e have any style
; is safe to sav that sev
eral parts of it. if taken alone, would
have, h.-en worth more than the ad admission
mission admission price.
you want at the Court Pharmacy.
roil t oku im; wedvesd yj nh;ht
If you want pictures or picture j The next lyeeum attraction, Tom
framed, call at the Ocala Xews Co. j Corwine, polyphonic imitator, will be
while visiting the fair. jat the Temple Theater at 8 o'clock p.
j m. Wednesday, November 22. Seat
NOTE THE CILNGE OF DATE
THli TAl I,OU.
Who I a Now in Ills Sew IlaUiliu
Corner South Fir.st ami Magnolia
Streets I'hoae 73
A tiOOD WOKD FROM OCALA
TO MCVEICS AND IWESTOKS
All of the season's latest novelties
can be found in our dress e;ooJ.. de department.
partment. department. Tlheinauer & Co.
for those holding season tickets will
he on reservation at S o'clock Tuesday
morning. Xov. 21st, and seats will be
placed on s ile at S o'clock Wednesday
morniny. Xov. 22. The popular price
of 50 cents a seat will be charged. AVe
wish to announce that in Tom Cor Corwine
wine Corwine we have the best "funny man"
we could procure for the lyeeum
The latest of the season, selected by i course and we feel certain that all will
our own buyers in shoes for ladies and enjoy his entertainment to the fullest,
misses: hiali tops, black. and tans, Come out and latitrh.
Serve PI,EZOL. to your family.
Serve PLEZOI, to your friends.
When yo 1 are down town drink
Call and look them over and
give your order now for aj ,ne
handsome fall tailor madej ':v r thin-
1 enter business
suit or clonics
:A 3 & x
I Capital can make no. mistake in com-
i in a" here.
j Florida will be the greatest asTicul asTicul-jtiiral
jtiiral asTicul-jtiiral state the world has ever known;
lit is demonstrating the fact every day.
The ifovernment irrigation iroject in
the- southern part of the state is open opening
ing opening op thousands of acres of agricul agricultural
tural agricultural land in close proximity to Ocala.
which- will add very materially to its
e,r-owth and strength, and all indica indications
tions indications are that Ocala will be a city of
20.000 people inside of five years. It
will be. built; it is beincr built. Put
we need more capital: we want more
manufacturing' plants, hotels, roominsr
'nouses and residence properties. T
should say more residences! We have
calls every day for store rooms and
pes which we cannot supply.
full. Men desirinir to.
here, and families de-
1 siring to spend the winter here, are
farced to look elsewhere for the reason
that there are no accommodations for
Von can make iro.d money on in
vestments ncre. 1 u y wm te sate jfn oeala about
and sure. We wish to have you inves-
!th;":ite and make these investments in
c:ila through our realty representa-
We are in tl
satins and velvets, at Kheinauer's.
Style for l',tl2 wall paper just receiv received.
ed. received. Will be pleased to show samples.
Phone 21 or crtll. room r. Masonic block.
Joseph lOodsre, the Decorator. 11-21-tf
The Ocala Rifles,
P.y John M. Graham. Captain.
' school team would scare in the lat j th yonnyr ladies of Ocala will appear
mi If. the roar nf rooters rose but fell: dressed as professional nurses to, re-:'!'-r:iin.
! ceive all contributions. let us not be
Yes-, there was nntbins doinpr in Nie 'attracted solely by their feminine
! scoring department. The chief bnsi-! graces as that may not prove suf suf-ness
ness suf-ness of either team was to prevent the ; ficiently lucrative, but rather by our
other from shooting the tduskin acros s i desire to feel that we are a part of, an
; After tirlntr the other team out. they ; actual undertakins? which will -result
, would try the offensive. Put neither ; in service to onr neighbor.
: ti'ot that far. ; :
Here is the line-up: j
' Tampa Holmes, center: Rosenthal,!
rh;ht guard: Rosenthal. Conoley. riarhi .Guild, baraar and oyster supper will
tackle: Clark, risrht end r Rush nell. left he hehl at Elks' hall Tuesday, Dec. 5th.
' truard; R. Knight, left tackle; W. R.
Henderson. left end: P.. Rowry, c;uar-
torback: .1. Sparkman. rittht half: Asp. j
full lionlf Prnluir. 1, lf I
" 'T Y ' in our dress goods department. Rhein-
, Y Y: 1 Mauer & Co.
! i luni Kiiaro : u uous ana junn, tacKies;
; Clarksfn. rip-lu end: Rullock,- left
'e-uard: Zewadski,. left end; Xewsom,
'quarter back: Purford, right half: Da Da-j
j Da-j vis. full hack: Fleckenstein. left half,
i T-'uiis Savarese. referee, Sim Spark Spark-;
; Spark-; man, umpire: Oeor-re Ilolstlnjrer, head
j The grounds, notwithstanding they
were somewhat sloppy from a shower
The latest fabrics of the eastern
mills and also many imported designs
The three hu.n'e floors of our store
are filled w:th exclusive merchandise
values and novelties. Our buvers arc
constanatly on the lool
thin as for our patron
TWELFTH MGHT, OK
WHAT '!' AVILLj early in the afternoon, did not inter-
fere with the playing.
"Twelftii Ni.irbt.".. the comedy which
May SUewart and her excellent com-' A lit DOME THIS EVENING
pany will present at the Temple Then-j
, i ter Ihursdav niirht. Xovember 2:Jrd. is His Friends Wife, a s-orfd comic,
ok out for srood I '" ,,-y-i i -n. -r
r.. 'what is rated bv manv as the most ex-; I he Mumblmir Pdock. Tn this ptc-
s. Rheinauer iV- i, . ....
travaaant.- the most t ioo.htful. the Utp tne pretty A ttajrraph do.sr taves
Mr. W. II. Dodson returne.l last
nYht from a weeks outinir which he
.cIent at Auloirndale. hunting and fish fishing
ing fishing and visiting relatives in Pt. Peters Peters-bur
bur Peters-bur jr.
Messrs. T. C. I.uckie and Francis
Webber, of the Ocala Oas Engine
Works, went up to Jacksonville Sun Sunday
day Sunday morn in. lt. and yesterday afternoon
"brought down the Marquette Ruick
racer, which made such a tine showing
most, artistic, the most arnusins; and on active part, showing how
the liveliest of all the Shaksperean ; bu' ca n he trained.
eemedies. It is a comedy where the j "Over the Cliff." This is a thrilling thrilling-story
story thrilling-story counts, ami where the acting Tfture with some French scenery in it.
counts and where acrobatic stunts and "Winter Sports in Lucerne," showinsr
extravagant situations are not called -the uame that are played on the ice
upon to make an audience lau;;h. but ; and snow. This picture is full of
the story is one of human interest and pretty scenery.
Miss Stewart and company are said to
tel it in a most interesting way.
CARLOAD OF HOUSES AND MULES
"Max Comes Home." This is another
F.very one knows Max.
A PLEASANT DINNER PARTY
Mr. and 'Mrs. H. A. Kramer celebrat
Because of my duties" as superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction I cannot
give personal attention to my 100-acre
farm on the Rlitchton hard road and
for this and the further reason that
I need the money, I offer it for sale.
The features are a beautiful, healthful,
accessible location, good new houses
for occupant and help, excellent barn
with stalls and outhouses; Z0 acres
well fenced in perfect cultivation, well
equipped with work stock, implements,
vehicle, harness and feed. Plant will
inventory- $7000, but must go at once.
All ready for immediate occupancy.
For all particulars see or write.
J. II. BRIXSOX, Owner,
At Courthonse, Ocala, Fla.
Mr. T"). W. Tompkins, of the firm of
on the fair course last year. They left j Tompkins & Cobb, has just returned i ed the ir.th anniversary of their wed-
.laoKsonvuie at 12:l- p. m and arrived ; from Kentucky, where he selected in ; 'Mrrx lO.iay at taeir nome m tne tnir i; ;t postpaid only 20c
iis.nd arrived with them in the citv yi.r-ja fow friend.
paid a short ter.Tay. and they are beinu' very much j Tr.ose present at the
me ot trie ttar iorce pant a short ; terrav, and thev arr
visit to the Ivy Poultry Farm yes ter- j admired at the stable today. There Mr. and Mrs. G. (rum rtf Maryland,
day afternoon. In a short time we will : were fourteen mules, h litre, tinelv shap- I who have a fottap-e at Pake Weir for
real estate business : have a full rei.ort tn make of this mi- i ed fallow and ir-v,-n hnr. tn -flm the winter: Mr. and Mrs. Oelhert Has-
for commission only; we hold no op- to-dat
AGEXTS WANTED first class for
this and ;urroundjn.cr counties, for the
"New Standard 1910 Census Atlas of
the World." Agents make $40 to $60
per week. Rest of terms. Also agents
for low-priced, easy selling' juvenile
and holiday books. Combination out-
50 per cent com-
' (mission- to agents. Full : particulars
I free. Address A. R. Kuhlman, pub pub-1
1 pub-1 inner were hiehor isr Vet T.alcA St.. Chicasro. 111.
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street paved with vltrlfled biiek.
centrally located between the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Lint
stations and within one block of
the government building: and postof- ;
fice. This hotel has recently bean
thoroughly remodeled and modernised
in every particular. Price. $lf .000.
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent,
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and -photographs.
It will not be long on
the market. I have ther" sole agency
for the sale of the ColonlaL
H: A. KRAMER
Montezuma Block, Oeala. Fla.
Mrs. M. A. Cureton and son Joe left
for Ocala last week, where they will
make their home. Leesburg Commercial.
There are xwo Klnos of CbRl Tonle
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-JTIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUOG'ST.
S. S. J?aage came over from his
place on Little "Lake Harris Saturday
to meet his.daujiditeriiT!S-SH"-5:-.CiyB
Savage of Candler. The trip across
thelake was made with John Wiley in
his launch. Leesburg Commercial,
The Ocala News Company Is making
a hit with its-picture frames.
Hats Off to Miss Helen Scott of the
oXfiee of the city clerk of Ocala, who,
when her office was invaded by a
fierce and ferocious rat of immense
size, seized a stick of wood and killed
the intruder. Tampa Times."
. When in Jacksonville stop with Mr.
R. L. Maloney, at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c,
room in the city.
is and own no property, therefore
ear. and anion;
IA' POLLTHY FARM EtHJS
We have arranged with
th e I vy
I bea u t ies
we play no favorites, but sell at the j The Ivy poultry farm, owned and
owner's price and .trive it to you. We j operated by the Messrs. Camp, is mar
thru Raxter Cam's
v.-u'.ii.i xe ptea sea to iitrnisn miorma- ', feet in? its
tion in detail. (store. This is one of the most up-to-
Referenc'e: Any bank or business j a-, miltrv farm in the t.ite
Why not get the best for y ear mon money
ey money the quality that costs you ro
more at our
We know that steadily makinpt our
service the best means your continued
patronaire let us show you on today's
order the quality we jrivo -the low
prices. Phone 108.
aa. 1. h'tUVAti: S
Phone 1US Now City .Marfeet.
house in Ocala.
k 11 of Pelleview: Judtre and Mrs.
l ister Warner, Mr and Mrs. W. W. ; pouury people to handle some of their
; j Wood and daughter. Genevieve, and Dr. and those desiring" strictly fresh
j III till NICHOLS HAS SOAIE STOCK j '- R- Rlock of Ocala. and Mr. Thomas !es may Pet them for 5 cents per doz-
Peed of Chicago. j en above the price of ordinary eggs,
I Mr. Huii Xiehols returned Satur-i The dinner was a trood one. well pre- AO far as tjie supply soes. These egg
! day from the Tennessee markets, where p'-red and daintily served, and the lit- ;are put ur, in cartoons, sealed and con-
our northtrn friends.
bought a carload
earioao oi norses ana o- lfm ? v...o-. ..-e.n si-ientiousiv oatea, ana you wm always
The Star understands that Professor I mules forhi business here. They ur- SP-ny remember it with pleasure. They:fijl(3 tnem fresh. Cam's Store.
jna mtsuiu s e may near irom J ou j Workman is willing to have the child- rived yestorday and a
soon, we are, cry truly yours, j ren attend the fair, and if left to him! at hi
ocaia Jieaity company. j;le can arrange it so their studies will
; not interfere; but that one or more of
PHI S If; ALA N KiHT CL ASS
IN tilt AM AIAR AND ARITHMETIC
. '! hrce nisrhts a week Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday for boy and garls
cannot ntten 1 day school. Hours
w n o
fro n 7
;pq'st by Georc
-" for four weeks.
C. IiOoney. School
room at 62 Fort Tvincr avenue, Oqala.
Fh-rida. Direct, personal assistance to
the school trustees are unwilling- for
school to be out for a whole day. They
should go away hack and sit down
until the fair is over.
V-- : '-jry
The pa rents of Ocala school children
should insist that all the young fois
he allowed to have a day at the fair,
and the school trustees have no rriht
to stand out asainst the popular will.
I A day at the fair will be better than
i a day at school for both teaeners an l
, ; pupils.
Dr. T. Stalherg, wto has been located'.
here for some time, moved hi office to I Mis Rdna Oulverhouse has bought
iiernanao inursaay. w a ere ne win lo- j ttm Mr. A. G. Gates a handson
c ue permanently. Dunnelion Ad vo- j horsepower R M. F. auto and
now to be seen j wished Mr. and Mrs. Kramer many
t-st '. io-: ; ion sires --t. i pleasant returns of the- happy day.
There are some a fine animals in the i
lot as one could wish to see. i The Star reporter
I Mrs. J. R. Kloek. son and daughter
will arrive tonight from their former
NEAA LIVE STOCK FIltAI
home in Plymouth, X. H. Mr. Kloek.
encer was giving an automobile ; ,vho can-,e to o -ala two months ago
morning. There were at iana decided to make our city his hom.
! least a dozen fine ears in front of hi?
Notice in this issue the advertise- j trar.ige.
ment of the .1. X. Stanton & Co., who!
There was a good-looking, rustic- j
j has leased Mrs. Mazie Pyles' residence,
j which is being made ready for his
have sheds adjoining Dr. Shaw'?
fine hit of mixed stock, horses andl'he business center at noon today. The
mules of all kinds and for all purposes. : reporter .-ented an clopemer.b bo-,
Tliey are prepared to sell for either was afraid to ask anv permfal rue rue-cash
cash rue-cash or o:t ter ins anl will .give good J ion, a the yoi:rvr m-n looked ab:
l!i,-. j and somewhat w::hr;rr. to th row an
! impertinent inquirer rhrotirh a show
CHORAL CLl H TONK;iIT 1 window.
Phis company ha a ". looking lovmg -couple inttntr arounrt jev J. P. Hilburn. president of
'Southern Collc--re at Futtierland. was in
wn yesrerday, a guest of the Monte Monte--
- Monte-- zttma. I"r. Hilburn was for-a number
' of year a resident of Ocala and was
"pastor of the Methodist church and
presiding eider of this district during
j the period of his residence here.
! ing it around town in a manner to
j make Rob P.urman envious. It is a tine j
'car and the Star expects Miss Cdna toj
The Choral Club meets tonight
Woman's Club room?.
Every family that has children
liable to have croup: invariably at win a blue ribbon a mile Ion
nisht. If Rallard's Horehound Syrup j next Glidden tour.
; kept in the house, it saves going j
.if ter the medicine at an inconvenient
time and check
i The Star would ask why some autoes i
the attack promptly. ; are allowed to whirl around town'
50c and ?!.
Do You Get
.Tud-e lb: 11 and Justice I. vie !md fail
house this morning. Xine gamblers.
w thieves an-i one adMItery
up. i .!( yamruer Were a;vf n sm-n
lines and paid out. the thieve were
f ixed heavily and stayed in-, ar.d the
adultery ease was dismissed.
The midway attractions for the fair
are eom:ng m.
and another trouie
FOR SALE KentucKy mules and
horses. Cash or credit. Come around
and lets talk It over. Inquire Veteri Veterinary
nary Veterinary Stable, Ilarrell Johnson & Co.
FOR SALE Up to date short order
restaurant. Splendid location. Inquire
of Ocala Realty Co. 11-13-23.
For coughing, dryness and tickling
in the throat, hoarseness and all
coughs and colds, take Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. Contains no
opiates. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.
WANTED To borrow $1500 for six
months, or one year on good security.
"X. Y. Z.," care Ocala Evening Btar.x
Just received, the very latest thing
in mesh bags, drawn together at top
by a chain. Weihe, the Jeweler.
v-'re ; which takes five car? to carry its out-
:r,:'ifir, will be in today.
Foiey Kidney IPills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of th
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of tU
BLADDER and all annoying URINARt
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
M I DD LE AGED and ELDERLY
Mr. It. K. Vonge.
Red lUAVAii: Spr
whitf; star traxsi f.r co.
Collier brosy ri;opRiETms
Baggage, Freight, Piano3! Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Cdre'til and
Prompt Attention-'Gi en All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATLYLVAGE
Sold by alp without numbers, in defiance of law. I
jhut the editor is afraid he would be!
jiieiveu. ite wouio also te-j bow a i v iitl i t t s -o rs.
W.-N. ramp of Ocnla. who recently Uutotst rAn her car over a piano Saj V ? 1 Heail : from
ibmitted a proposition to Mavor Mc-!ur', iy hlit he knws w-t will hap- j Orn I iberriOS. VAcA Ho Slire:'-':iTe
ae savs : t ; cee-iin
into people'; you are getting dry and not i
K a y t o f u
T'o- .-. ,. r of ; iifintsn s r. iu-i
er.j--ye-1 literary afternoor. Satarday. ;
Mrs. T". W. ruvis arranged the pro- ;
g ran. Mrs. Hocker, Mr. Iuval an
Mrs. Perdue, woo :?ad just retnrne-1 j
the convention at Jacksonville. :
Sr.. who has been
r.2- Tenn., for the
ek. with his son, Mr.
t...s!e YoVif. Jr..- of Jacksonville, will
ea ve that Tlace witi-- hi son on Wed Wed-lesday
lesday Wed-lesday for home. Mr. R. K. Vonge. Jr..
r. '-' s.
a ho.-t of friend
il soon be entirely re- (
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
S. A. Davis, 627 Washiccia St., Coaoersville
Ind., is in his &-iih year. Ho writes ns: I bave
lateir suffered mucb from my k idue 8 and blad bladder
der bladder I tadBTerbacitchsatdD)ykidryaetioa
was too fre4 eot, can -u.? me to lose much sleef
t night, and in my bladder there was eoostaxil
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pi Us for some time,
and am now f re o: a d trouble and nna able to
be np and around Foley LiJacy Pills have mf
FOR SALE RY COURT PHARM ACT
e t e c
iit iT-ia iF" .'HMi n ne um.
htm if h.
he doesn't run her
it v of T.t mr.i a t : nto of
t: hour to be re- jparlors. wnieh are the
by the city for I for piano.
who has been
cent per kilo a.
. : ; e i and sold
at the Taut pa Ray hotel. Mr. Camp is
preparing a written proposition which
ite will present to t:
it next meeting in
purpose, is i
;. re--?sered ine rar retrrets to hear
vere stcKness ot Mr. us lev
old citn-ten o
ct-v roencn Spur-geon Au-b-y. aeeompanb-d Dr !.-
.,11 nrfohifr .iar out to r a;rnei a to see
Tin itllAY, .NOVKAIBFR 23, t , -rl -a
AVI 1 1 he j f r.. ,4
HOSPITAL IV AT THE FAIR 4 ,,. ,arn
Liquid measure contains 10 0n that day we win iv.. to ;h-:-.
i oi .ir. .as;e. a uoo.j- iiii i i i-Hi'-r: tar i I or Aiar;op t.ouniv ner tr.r
f Fairfield. IPs son. Mr. irts tO tllC peck', dfV JHcaS- ner (,,nt on all or,3er ;
or u. ; ure 8 quarts to the peck. ; n ma' at our- "idintr
itn i. :- I 1 1 the .grounds.
e a -I
four nnth with
in and near IMr- i
i s returned
wa a reatly be n e
J. Fh Parker, 2021 No
HONTEZUlAA BARBER SIP
W. F. RLi:SCH, Proi i tetrr.
Business Alea's a'oiite Place IIe' IIe'-m
m IIe'-m ened by r Veteran.
CALL AND SEE IHM
m o r n i n
We use DRV incisure fori
la Lumber & Supply Co.
I. W. Davis of ocala. who has re
ntly announced his candidacy for the!
m a v 1 1 v
t .tat t.trtvtn? city
the city on matters of
You don't have to take cal:.m,t if ; the above, articles,
you buy a bottle of Nyai s Liver Stint-
uiator. lilts ts a medicine put up by
a reputable pharmaceutical manufac-
Smith, Ark., says that
manv kinds of kidney
did not get better
10th St., Ft.
he had taken
ey medicine, but
ntil he took Fo-
i:' W.XTET-i:' v .: '-" pr
v i T' 7 e c ,7-
fhatb-s Rod off.
No matter how long-
trouble, you w
Hay hotel. Tampa Times.
K. of P. meet this evening.
You get full weight and
he Tampxi111?1"- :H under a itive ar-1 f n measure if vou trade at
J 1 Mantee. It is true to the name, stim-
;e or chest damn-
ley Kidney I'iil?
; find quick and permanent beneSt by
; the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start
; taking" them now. Sold by the Court
piece of flannel with Chamber- i Pharmacy.
ulating the liver, at the same time as
sisting- it in its natural action. Sold j
in Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore.
i Iain's Liniment and bind
on over tne
pain. There is nothing better, i I'oy'
kind that wear
j For sale by all
longf-t, at Iti.eir.auer's
Of Application for Pardom
Notice is hereby given that the nn-
bv jdersined, Sheriff Blye, will apply to
the Honorable Pardoning Board at
Tallahassee. Florida, on the 4th day of
December, A. D. 1911, for a pardon from
a conviction and sentence by the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida,
dated the 15th day of May, 1908, where wherein
in wherein he was convicted of an assault with
attempt to murder Lizzie Blye and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to a term of ten years in the
state prison. The said offense occurred
at Home's still. Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, November 27th, 1907, and tne con conviction
viction conviction thereof was had at Ocala, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, on May 15th, ISOt.
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1911
'Firiillire and louse
u i- st ?rge t re. almost pvery
o wis for tf furnish your
.1 id. rd wo ksh w ih
' I Mnr' of fur i?ore ir. med
c cs Hi u s cat ita s
'.t th be grades e
rg iire of harness, wagom,
e tc, of ai boas in th cit. We
? d li f off ce Jtippl e of ali kinds,
n p -t -un tore for th' Mtche and dining
e ca.ry ii sock v r item the
i -er r u s tractor eed
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IlJuMt ration by ilay Walters
iic 1 ver
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cept (except diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every
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and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W- rings. Look for
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Through the empty murk of the
blasted, blackened world 6trange
ghosts of thoughts, cares, strange
blind weeping faces of things that be
had known scurried like mice through
the night of an empty house, came out
of darkness, passed into darkness, and
returned, plucking at him with weak,
futile hands, crying Importunately for
heed and recognition; but when he
tried to know them, they were gone,
leaving only the ache of effort. .
Then suddenly he was conscious,
lying at the bottom of a pit of ever everlasting
lasting everlasting midnight, his limbs constrained
in unnatural positions, his head racked
by splitting pains, but singularly, soft softly
ly softly pillowed, his face gently bedewed
with drops of moisture, soft and warm.
He struggled to rise, stirred, mur murmured
mured murmured incoherently, and slid back into
" When again intelligence returned to
him, there was light a strong and
yellow glare flooding the cabin of the
Echo from the lamp rocking in its
gimbals overhead. A face bent above
his Katherine's; his head lay in her
lap; and another face, Appleyard's,
was close beside that fairer one. On
both he read anxiety, compassion and
"Hello," he said weakly.
"Feeling better?" asked Appleyard.
"Some." Coast essayed a smile,
and made a failure of it, then with
a sudden return to memory put forth
an effort that cost him the agony of
feeling a jagged tongue of flame lick
through his brain, and sat up. "What's
happened?" he asked thickly.
"A little something of everything un unpleasant,"
pleasant," unpleasant," said Appleyard. "You had
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Our Mr. Tompkins has just re returned
turned returned from the markets of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky where he selected in person,
as fine a carload of mules and
horses as was ever brought to the
Ocala Market The stock has ar arrived
rived arrived in first class shape and we
invite you to call at our livery
stables and inspect them. The
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Drove th Dory Swiftly Toward the
a nasty fall and pretty nearly cracked
that solid ivory skull of yours. I've
had a bit of a shake-up, extremely det detrimental
rimental detrimental to the admirable poise of my
nervous system; and Mrs. Blackstock
has experienced a shock and a fright
that didn't do her any particular
amount of good."
"Yes ... but . ."
Coast reviewed their position in a
comprehensive survey; of the cabin.
They three were prisoners, huddled to together
gether together in close captivity; the compan companion
ion companion doors were closed and undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly locked sinae otherwise Appleyard
would long since have had them open;
for the air in the cabin was hot and
oppressive. Katherine was looking
pale and worn, Appleyard bright but
distinctly worried. Coast himself was
suffering severely from the blow on
his head and a broken scalp, which
Katherine had bandaged as best she
could with two handkerchiefs. Inso Insofar,
far, Insofar, their condition was unpleasant
and uncomfortable; external circum circumstances
stances circumstances rendered it distressing and
"Blackstock jumped me," Appleyard
explained "I had my back turned,
you know Just as the Chinaman
dropped on you like a load of brick.
Before I knew what was up, the brute
had me in a hold I couldn't break
both arms pinioned. Then he snatched
my gun out of my pocket and threw
me after you t'o'ther side of the center-board.
I lit on my feet, but the
doors were slammed and bolted before
I could turn round, and it was all over
but the shouting. . There was
plenty of that, for Blackstock wasted
a lot of valuable time trying to start
the motor before he told Chang to
hoist the sail. By then the long longboat
boat longboat was close in and Blackstock
warning her to keep off, or he'd shoot.
Right then somebody in the boat
started something the bullet lodged
In the side, by the sound of it. The
long-boat bumped us, and there was
the dickens of a shindig going on
overhead. I gathered that Chang dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished himself with a boathook,
using it as a flail, and Blackstock
must have had another gun besides
mine from the way he kept a-popping.
The other gang kept busy, too; but
they hadn't the heart for it Blackstock
and Chang had, and after a bit they
sheered off and gave it up. .
"Somehow or other Chang got the
sail up, and we began to move. There
was some groaning overhead, and
then a fall, with Blackstock cussln'
moderate, but steady, but we skimmed
along as steadily and prettily as you
please. That was over an hour ago
say an hour and a half; and ever since
then this lunatic business has been
going on. I lighted the lamp and at
tacked the door with a screw-drlver-
the only crowbar I could find bent
that out of shape and yelled myself
hoarse without any result. My private
opinion is that both of 'em were
pretty well shot up before they got
away, and are now in no shape to go
"That sounds reasonable." said
Coast, preoccupied. He reviewed the
situation briefly, then bent over and
with the twisted screw-driver pried up
one of the deck planks, which had
been left unnailed, though tightly fit fitted,
ted, fitted, to facilitate th placing of bal ballast.
last. ballast. In the aperture revealed a num number
ber number of bricks of lead lay against the
center board trunk, in a thin wash of
bilge water. Coast ricked one up.
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it Is often only a half-milk.
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For Less Than Thin, Germ -Laden Milk
Close to each of our dairies, in seven northern
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There we test the milk's richness and purity.
There we prove that it's free from germs.
Our standards are fixed by famous Dutch and
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The milk fresh from the cows is put into a cop copper
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It is then as thick as thick cream 28 per cent
solids, 8 per cent butter fat. Yet, save for the
water, it remains natural milk. Nothing whatever
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In coffee and on cereals this milk is just like
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Used on the table you have the ad '
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Nothing else that is eaten cr drunk car carries
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You can buy, if you wish, a month's
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The 16-oz. can a full
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balancing it m his hand wniis ns re replaced
placed replaced the plank. The bar of lead was
solid and very heavy of the shape
and weight technically known as a
"Right," commented Appleyard;
"that may do the trick. Come over on
this side, if you please, Mrs. Black Black-stock,"
stock," Black-stock," he added, as Coast rose and
facing the door balanced himself as
carefully as the scant headroom of the
tiny cabin would permit; "if the door
should hold by accident, that thing's
liable to bounce back like a rubber
ball, only much more so. You might
as well keep out of the way."
When Katherine had quietly com complied,
plied, complied, Coast, the fifty-six poised near
his shoulder, waited until the Echo
momentarily rode with an even keel.
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then with, all hfs might sent It crash crashing,
ing, crashing, against the panels of the starboard
door. They yielded like paper, leaving
a ragged hole, through -which he
thrust an arm, groping for the bolt.
This found and drawn, he pushed the
door hack and ascended, Appleyard
To his Immense astonishment, both
sky and sea were stark and bright
Behind him he heard the little man's
quiet and courteous voice: "Better j
not come up just yet, Mrs. Blackstock.
A little later. . ."
At their feet, blocking the cockpit
with his huge body and long, massive:
ly proportioned limbs, Chang lay su supine
pine supine and Inert, half across the engine engine-pit,
pit, engine-pit, Into which one limp arm dangled.
What time the shadow of the sail and
swinging boom did not blot it out in
Inky blackness, the moonlight struck
cold and hard upon the evil, grinning
mask of death that was his face.
Swaying drunkenly, Blackstock oc occupied
cupied occupied the wheel-box, his fat white
hands loose of grasp upon the spokes
and moved by rather than controlling
It His head sagged low upon his
chest, swinging heavily from side to
side as the catboat rolled.
He, at least, could not be dead, as
Chang unquestionably was a fact Ap Appleyard
pleyard Appleyard presently verified by the most
brief of inquests, discovering in the
Chinaman's naked torso no less than
three bullet wounds, all indicating the
perforation of a vital spot.
Stooping low to escape the banging
of the boom, Coast stepped over the
Chinaman's body and went to Black Black-stock.
stock. Black-stock. He had some trouble overcom overcoming
ing overcoming his physical repugnance to the
task, but resolutely forced himself to
touch the man, seizing a shoulder with
one hand, while with the other he
lifted his head and exposed his face
to the light It shone a ghastly white,
but the Jaws were set and In their
sockets the prominent eyes moved and
lifted to Coast's face, with a dim, pale
glimmer of recognition. But it was
evident at a glance that only his tre tremendous
mendous tremendous vitality and force of will sus sustained
tained sustained the man; the blood soaked bo bosom
som bosom of his flannel shirt told too plain plainly
ly plainly the tale of a terrible drain upon his
"No; this one's first he's done tor
completely," Interrupted the little man
with prompt decision; "we've got to
get him out of the way before we can
move. T'other can wait"
"But he'll die
"I'm satisfied. Here, lend me
lift at this, won't your'
Together with considerable diffi difficulty,
culty, difficulty, they managed to raise the
body of Chang to a side seat and then
over the rail. A sullen splash and a
shower of spray, molten silver in the
moonlight were all his funeral rite.
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REGISTRATION" BOOKS REVISED
At a meeting of the city council held
on this date the following names were
stricken from the respective wards:
Durand, P. A., removed.
Bittinger, C. Li., deceased.
Blain. E. D.. removed.
Culbreath, C. E., removed.
Gabby. H. E., removed.
Jewett, J. S.. removed.
Miller, D. A., deceased.
Marlowe. W. F.. removed.
Mcllwain. W. T., removed
Pike, W. S.. deceased.
Spurlin. J. G., removed.
Sylvester, J. W., removed.
Toph, A. R., deceased.
Williams, Arthur, deceased.
Bailey, Henry, deceased.
Dekle. J. O.. removed.
L.iddon, C. A., removed.
The city council will hear complaints
November 21st, 1911. for the restora restoration
tion restoration of names stricken.
H. C. Sis trunk, Clerk.
October 20th, 1911.
An old proverb says, "the best is none too good. This is
so of Hardware and Tools.
C- ,ap material of any kind is dear material in the long run
Our lines always have been of the best and most durable
quality. The best manufacturers make our Hardware.
Our personal guarantee stands back of any tool we sell.
IVttapIoini MairdKvaire Co.
Owing to the rapid increase in our business and a need
of additional room, we have moved into the store formerly
occupied by the paint department of the Ocala Lumber fe
Supply Company, with A. M. Lansford,' the music dealer,
OPPOSITE THE BANNER OFFICE.
We are now better prepared than ever to handle your
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TRAINS 37 AND 38
HTLBWTIO CDflST LINE
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 31
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