The Ocala evening star


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


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

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AVe are headquarter for Illanket.
Comfort and Spread. Come to nee a
and have a sood nlsht'f ttleep.
VOL. 18.
NO. 150.


Dizziness, and a general "no
account" feeling is a sure sign
of a torpid liver. The remedy
13 Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Reg-ulator
ulator Reg-ulator (The Powder Form).
It exercises its greatest re restorative
storative restorative effect in the liver, yet
it is effective in the stomach
and bowels. Indigestion, con constipation
stipation constipation and their attendant
evils 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, larjje package, $1.00,
Alklorthe genuine with the Erd Z on the lafe!.
If you cannot t it. remit to ua. we will t-ii, it by, poarpaiil. Minimum Liver Uevulatur i also put
op in liquid (rm (or those who prefer it. Trite tl. 00
pr bottle. Look tor the Kcd Label.
J. H. ZEIUN & CO., Preps., St Louis, Mo.

Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Ocala, Fla.
Instructor in Voice
and Piano
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.
Office over Munroe S: Chamhliss B'k.
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
Office Over Commercial Rank
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5
, p. m. Phone 211.
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Itigfit or Par.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building1, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 3S3; Residence No. 333
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
Uion Request.
12!) South Third Street
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Located at the Joucn Hospital on South
FIrt Street. Went
All Calls Promptly Answered.
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embaimers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWEN, Funeral Director.
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embaimers
baimers Embaimers and Fully Guaranteed.

Accurate Building rians. Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
cade on Erection of Buildings of any
Character by contract or on commls commls-tion
tion commls-tion basis, write or consult me at
Roc 27, Holder Rloek.

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Official Report of the Proceeding" at
the November Meeting of
the Board
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 7,1911.
The board of county commissioners
for Marion county, Florida, met pur pursuant
suant pursuant to adjournment. Present: Hon.
W. .1. Crosby, crairman; C. Carrai Carrai-chael,
chael, Carrai-chael, S. W. Petteway, M. M. Proctor
and W. T. Henderson, commissioners.
On motion of Commissioner Pette Petteway,
way, Petteway, the reading of the minutes of
the last meeting was deferred until
another hour.
Mr. Henry Gordon, superintendent
of hard roads, appeared and asked an
order for convict clothing. On mo motion
tion motion matter was referred to Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Carmichael, with power to act.
Mr. R. L. Simmons appeared and
complained of the Old Town and Old
Wire road as granted passing through
his field and fences. On motion of
Commissioner Carmichael it was or ordered
dered ordered that the county furnish the wire
and Mr. Simmons build the fence
through his field along road as grant granted.
ed. granted. Notary public bond by Hon. H. V.
Long, with W. w. Clyatt and D. E.
Mclver as sureties, read and approv approved.
ed. approved. Ellen S. Jellison appeared relative
to the rfaise in assessment for taxes
on 4S acres in 20-17-23. Matter was
referred to Commissioner Proctor for
It being reported that Mr. Moor Moorman,
man, Moorman, ferryman at Eureka, was dead,
on motion of Commissioner Hender Henderson
son Henderson it was ordered that Mr. W. A.
Moorman be appointed ferryman ot
Eureka at same salary heretofore
paid his father.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, it was ordered that Mr. Chalk Chalk-er's
er's Chalk-er's salary be raised from $40 to $50
per month.
Petition of Mr. Hans Peterson of
Summerfield, Fla., asking that public
road from Summerfield to South Lake
Weir be. changed so as to go on quar quarter
ter quarter section lines around the seW of
set4, sec 17, tp 17, s, r 22, e, read and
on motion of Commissioner Proctor
was refused.
Minutes of last meeting read and
On motion board adjourned until
1:30 p. m., for dinner.
Tuesday Afternoon
Boar met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present, except Hon. S.
W. Petteway,. who asked to be excus excused
ed excused on account of the death and funer funeral
al funeral of Mrs. Shackleford.
Mr. Mills appeared and complained
that J. H. Pearce and Rias Robinson
of M artel had placed fence on York
and Fellowship public road. On mo motion
tion motion of Commissioner Proctor the
clerk was instructed to write these
parties to remove the fences from the
road at once.
Hon. Dixon Irvine appeared relative
to the petition for road from Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood to Fort Drain, read at the Oc October
tober October meeting of this board.
On motion Messrs. L. K. Edwards,
Wilbur Gibson and H. Gattrell, with
W. A. Moorhead, county surveyor,
were appointed commissioners to
view, mark and lay out the most prac practical
tical practical route for this road, and report
at as early a date as possible.
Petition for extension of Mcintosh
road for connection with the Irvine
and Citra public road, and for the ab
rogation of the Irvine and Orange
Lake road was called up and on -notion
of Commissioner Proctor Isaac
Mizelle, W. C. Scott and David Burry,
with W. A. Moorhead, county survey surveyor,
or, surveyor, were appointed commissioners to
view, mark and lay out the most
practical route for this road, and le le-port
port le-port at as early a date as possible.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson it was ordered that bill of John
Heintz be paid at $25 per month, and
refused as to $9 for extra work.
On motion of Commissioner Carmi
chael it was ordered that justice dis
trict No. 29 be annexed to justice of
the peace district No. 1.
Petition by I. P. Stevens and others
as follows: Your undersigned peti petitioners,
tioners, petitioners, citizens of Marion county,
and residing in election, district No.
11, respectfully ask your honorable
board to grant them a public neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood road beginning in sec 5, tp
14, r 24. at a point where the Graham Graham-ville
ville Graham-ville and Electra public road passes
within 30 feet of the Old Town road,
opened and cut out by the Rogers,
Tiller Company, now discontinued,
and to fellow said Old Town road
right-of-way in a westerly direction 'to
a point west of the lane of I. P. Ste Stevens,
vens, Stevens, thence on an old setttlement
road about 500 yards to intersect with
the Ocala and Norwalk public road
near the residence of Mr. F. Z. "Well-

homer. The whole distance of said
neighborhood public road would be
about 22 miles. Read, and on motion
was referred to Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson for investigation and report.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway filed report
of cases in which fines and costs were
imposed in Marion county during Oc October,
tober, October, 1911, where the same became a
charge against the sheriff, showing
fines, $SG7; costs. $262.50.
(Continued on Fourth Page.)

State of Ohio, uity of Toledo,
Luca3 County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing- business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of 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 druggists, 75c. Take
Hill's Family Pills for constipation.

Atlantic Count Line Sending Out a
Good Roadit Train, to Give Lcm Lcm-hoom
hoom Lcm-hoom Over It Entire SyHtem
Wilmington. X. C, Nov. 22. The At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line will handle the Na National
tional National Good Roads train over its entire
system, starting out from Richmond,
Virginia, tomorrow.
This train will consist of two
coaches, one of which will contain
models, operated by electricity, of road
working machinery of various charac characters,
ters, characters, and forms of various kinds of
good roads. There will be displayed in
an attractive way, and open to the pub public.
lic. public. The other coach will be equipped
for lectures and stereopticon views. A
private car will accompany the train
for the accommodation of the lectur lecturers.
ers. lecturers. The government road engineers, and
a representative of the American As Association
sociation Association for Highway Improvement,
will accompany thetrain, as will, also,
a representative of the Atlantic Coast
The train will make from one to
two stops in each county in the states
of Virginia, North Carolina, South Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Alabama,
through which the Atlantic Coast Line
runs. Free demonstrations and ster stereopticon
eopticon stereopticon lectures will be given at each
The object of this train is to stimu stimulate
late stimulate highway improvemeents. and give
practical instructions in the building
and maintenance of improved roads,
with a view of reducing the cost to
farmers in the moving of their crops
to the railways.
The public is invited to cooperate in
every way, and to attend these con conferences.
ferences. conferences. Notice of the itinerary of this train
will be published in this paper later.
"After our child had suffered from
severe bronchial trouble for a year,"
wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richard Richardson's
son's Richardson's Mills, Ala. "we learned it had con consumption.
sumption. consumption. It had a bad cough all the
time. We tried many remedies with without
out without avail, and doctor's medicines seem seemed
ed seemed as useless. Finally we tried Dr.
King's New 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, lagrippe, asthma, croup
and sore lungs, its the most infallible
remedy that's made. Price 50c. and $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Co.
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
prices. Respectfully,
Ocala Auto Repair & Paint Co.
Many things go to prove that it is.
The way thousands are trying to help
others is proof. Among them is Mrs.
W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. H. Find Finding
ing Finding good health by taking Electric
Bitters, she now advises other suffer sufferers,
ers, sufferers, 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
any woman. They're the best tonic
and finest liver and kidney remedy
that's made. Try them. You'll see.
50c. at Tydings & Co.
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. Trice
is very reasonable. A. E. Burnett.
That stops coughs quickly and cures
colds is Foley's Honey and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Mrs. Anna Felzer, 2526 Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson street. So. Omaha, Neb., says: "I
can recommend Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound as a sure cure for coughs
and colds. It cured my daughter of a
bad 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
A 10-room house with all cits im improvements
provements improvements and elegant surroundings.
IVa miles from court house.
Just the
place for a" winter vistor. Inquire at
Star office.
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 Pills
and since taking them I have gotten
entirely rid of all my kidney trouble
and as as sound as ever." Sold by the
Court Pharmacy.

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Overtaken in the Lake County Wood
and Mortally Wounded by the
Y rousted Huftliand
A special to the Tampa Times says:
Yalaha. Nov. 21. C. F. Perry is dead
and T. W. Grf-en is seriously wounded,
as the result of a duel fought in the
woods here in the presence of T. II.
Pantley's wife, who was the cause of
the trouble, and her father, T. W.
Green, who had gone with young
Pantley to search for Perry and the
yfninif woman when it was discovered
that they had run off together.
Pantley had been away from home
for a few hours and when he returned
Mrs. I'anth-y was missing;. He notified
Green, and having cause to suspect
that she had gone off in company with
Perry, the two men armed themselves
and went in pursuit. They were over overtaken
taken overtaken about one ami one-half miles
from town and the duel between the
husband and father on one side and
Perry playing a lone hand in defense,
took place.
Perry Shoota Woman Father
Perry saw the two men closing in
on him and he got busy with his pis pistol.
tol. pistol. From his vantage point behind a
tree he fired at Green, while the man's
daughter looked on. The first shot hit
Green in the left wrist, fracturing the
bone. Then Perry turned his attention
to the young husband and fired at him,
but tiie shot missed its mark. He fired
again at Green, wounding him in the
side. Green returned the fire.
As Green fell he called upon Pant Pant-ley
ley Pant-ley to take a hand in the shooting. Up
to that time the young husband had
been trying to get a shot at Perry, but
had failed. As Perry turned toward
him again he let drive with his shot shotgun
gun shotgun and the entire charge from both
barrels -aught Perry in the: head and
chest, and he fell mortally wounded.
The two men rushed up and disarmed
him, and they found that Perry was
also wounded in two other places by
bullets from Green's pistol.
1 1 iin band Takes Charge of Dying; Man
Then Green took charge of his
daughter and started home, leaving the
wronged husband with the dying in interloper,
terloper, interloper, promising to send medical at attendance
tendance attendance as soon as he could. Green
was himself badly wounded and barely
able to clamber into his vehicle; Pant Pant-ley
ley Pant-ley went in search of water for the
wounded man. When Green reached
town he told of the occurrence and
several men went to the scene. Perry
was bleeding to death and efforts
made to stanch the flow of blood prov proved
ed proved fruitless. The telephone wires to
Leesburg were out of order and it was
impossible to secure a physician be before
fore before Perry died. After staying in the
woods for the greater part of the
morning an attempt was made to take
him to a nearby house, but he died on
the way.
Trouble of Long Standing
It is understood that the trouble had
been of long standing, the attentions
of Perry to the young woman, who is
an unsophisticated creature, having
been brought to the attention of the
husband. For that reason, when Mrs.
Pantley disappeared from home the
husband and father were sure that she
had eloped with Perry, and went im immediately
mediately immediately in search of them.
Green's wounds are serious, but it is
believed he will recover. The authori authorities
ties authorities absolve the survivors of the duel
from all blame, as it is believed Perry
was altogether in the wrong.
Candler. Nov. 22. Tuesday Mr. J. H.
Mathews took his race horse to Ocala
to remain till after the fair. John ex-
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
IleMt Quick Lunch Keating; HoiiMe
In the City
Apalachicola and Cedar
Oysters in All Styles
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.
Afrer you are burned out. The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a Policy to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of property through the rav ravages
ages ravages of the devouring element. Never
mind future regrets. Have some pres present
ent present wisdom. Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss is no trifle.
It costs st little to be well and fully
insureJ -nai ine poor nae no excuse
for rot having a policy. See us about
Fire and Accident Insurance.

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pects to return laden with the contents
of the prize purses.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clarke and little
daughter, Edna, of Southampton, N. Y.,
arrived Tuesday evening to spend the
remainder of the season in their win winter
ter winter home.
Messrs. Nugent, Norton and Fort
spent several days of last week on a
"camp hunt."
Mrs. Keith and daughter. Miss Flor Florence,
ence, Florence, Mrs. A. McClain and Mrs. -C.
Kline were in Ocala Thursday shop shopping.
ping. shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Paige and Miss Louise
Paige of New York have arrived to
spend the winter.
Mr. Keith left Friday for different
points in Alabama.
The school children are preparing
special Thanksgiving exercises.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Clarke and Mrs.
Clarke's sister. Mrs. Ripley of New
York, arrived Friday to spend the win winter
ter winter on their property here. This is Mr.
and Mrs. Clarke's third winter In
Candler, and they have many friends
here who welcome their return.
Mrs. Dustin and sister arrived Fri Friday
day Friday from New York and will spend the
winter in the new bungalow Mr. Dus Dustin
tin Dustin has just erected on the property

recently purchased from Mr. Nugent.
Mr. Warren Holtzclaw was a busi business
ness business caller in Ocala Monday.
Means loss of sleep which is bad for
everyone. Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound stops the cough at once, re
lieves the tickling and dryness in the
throat and heals the inflamed mem
branes. Prevents a cold develoDinsr
into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always in the house. Refuse substi
tutes. Sold by Court Pharmacy.
I have some very choice 10-acre
farm and garden tracts, two miles
southwest of town, on the Ocala and
Southwestern Railroad and the Ocala
and Dunnellon hard road. Land is "al "almost
most "almost cleared and beautifully located.
For terms and prices, apply to F. W.
Ditto. Ocala, Fla.
when the astounding claims were first
made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but
forty years of wonderful cures have
proved them true, and everywhere It Is
now known as the best salve on earth
for burns, boils, scalds, sores, cuts,
bruises, sprains, swellings, eczema,
chapped hands, fever sores and piles.
Only 25c. at Tydings & Co.
The banks of the city will close for
business at 1 p. m. Thursday, to enable
their employes to visit the Marion
County Fair.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Commercial Bank.
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
Court Pharmacy.
The offices of the below signed com companies
panies companies will be closed at noon on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to give the employes an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to visit the Marion County Fair.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
The Roess Lumber Co.
By R. C. Muneaster, Sec'y.
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.
For sale, my home place, on South
Third street, with or without the cot cottage
tage cottage on the corner. Apply at Star
office. E. R. Carroll.
may not paralyze a home so complete
ly as a mother's long illness. Eut Dr.
King's .New Life Pills are a splendid
remedy for women. "They gave me
wonderful benefit in constipation and
female trouble." wrote Mrs. M. C. Dun Dun-lap,
lap, Dun-lap, of Leadill. Tenn. If ailing, try
them. 25c. at Tydings & Co.
AGENTS WANTED Kirst class for
this and surrounding counties, for the
"New Standard 1910 Census Atlas of
the World." Agents make $40 to $60
per week. Best of terms. Also agents
for low-priced, easy selling Juvenile
and holiday books. Combination out out-It
It out-It postpaid only 20c 50 per cent com commission
mission commission to agents. Full particulars
free. Address A. B. Kuhlman. pub publisher.
lisher. publisher. 136 West Lake St., Chicago, 111.
J. E. Parker, 2021 No. 10th St., Ft.
Smith, Ark., says that he had taken
many kinds of kidney medicine, but
did not get better until he took Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. No matter how long
you have had kidney trouble, you will
find quick and permanent benefit by
the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start
taking them now. Sold by the Court
Pictures rramed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month,
There is little danger from a cold
or from an attack of grip except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has won
its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable cures of colds and
grip and can be relied upon with im implicit
plicit implicit confidence. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. The latest of the season, selected by
our own buyers in shoes for ladies and
mi-ses; high tops, blacks and tans,
satins and velvets, at Rheinauer's.
In damp, chilly weather there Is al always
ways always a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience its great re relieving
lieving relieving power in rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
twinge. Price. 25c, 50c. and $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.


Bonar $3.00 Hats
Emery Shirts
Stetson Shoes
Sweet, Orr & Com
pany's Trousers


Latefl Mil flyfle

I wish to announce that my fall and winter stock
of goods 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 boys, of
Our line of SHOES, DATS and CAPS for both 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
worth seeing.
A very pretty line of FANCY VESTS, also DATD
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.
IHL PL. VVatteinnraaim


Hie EkitacEy Mw SlkoA

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
prices are as low as is consistent
with first class stock and our guar guarantee
antee guarantee stands back of any trans transaction.
action. transaction. : : : : v :


Rates Reasonable Acerican Plaa





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OCALA EVENING STAR, Wednesday, November 22, mi


Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.

J. II. Itenjamin, Editor.




Exhibit are Interesting, Racm are
ExeitlnK and People Steadlly

The E. G. Lewis Publishing Company
of St. Louis, the concern that publisheJ
the Woman's National Daily, has gone
up the spout.

Fate played an extra cruel freak in
snuffing out the life pt J. D. McXay on
the Savannah race track Monday. He
was to have been married to Miss
Daisy Jennings, a young lady from
Texas, as soon as the races were over.

There were three
motorcycle race at

the fair

in the

Governor Colquitt of Texas has or ordered
dered ordered a company of state troops and a
squad of rangers to patrol the Mexican
border, to keep would-be revolution revolutionists
ists revolutionists from crossing. The last time this
scribe saw that border, he was of the
Impression that an army the size of
that of Xerxes would would have no
picnic In guarding it.

The officers of the Bayless Pulp and
Paper Company, the breaking of whose
dam at Austin, Pa., a few weeks ago,
flooded the town and caused the loss
of eighty odd lives, have been arrested
and It is to be hoped will be sent to
the penitentiary.

It is one of the Ironies of fate that
many "emancipated" Chinese women

have lost their lives In consequence of
the efforts of missionaries to improve

their condition. One of the first re

forms attempted by missionaries in

China was to do away with the ridic

ulous custom of feetbinding. which

was Instituted centuries ago by Chi Chinese
nese Chinese husbands probably to keep their

wives from gadding around too much.

This reform has made slow progress

among the high-class Chinese, but

some have adopted it. It never was

the fashion among the Manchus, the

ruling class, consequently at Sianfu

and some other places, the revolution revolutionists
ists revolutionists have mistaken Chinese Christian
women with unbound and developed

feet for Manchus and murdered them

without mercy.

"As tioon as ;t person be begins
gins begins to accumulate money he
begins to take an interest in

Tuesday afternoon: Walter Yonge on an 'liilr XllC VOrV filCt that
Indian, Laurie Yonge on a Harley j

ne can save small amounts
and make them larger makes
him 'hustle' and compels his
interest and atte:;ti'.n. In Invest
vest Invest a dollar in our Savings
Department, add to it weekly
or monthly and see how your
efforts will increase. I've
tried it and know you try


Whether Mr. Roosevelt will be the
republican candidate for president or
not next year is one of the important

questions of the day. It is probable

that he would be the strongest candi candidate
date candidate the party could put up. Mr. Taft

is undoubtedly the best man, but his
personal popularity will make little

headway against the sins of his party.

Mr. LaFollette Is a reformer, and his
Tecord and policy will array big busi business
ness business against him. "Teddy" makes the
loud noise that will satiate the un unthinking
thinking unthinking in regard to reforms, while
plutocrats know by his record that he
will not upset their schemes very ser seriously.
iously. seriously. So it is not unlikely that he
will be the candidate, but that he will
be elected is quite another matter.


We can't get around It. It is wasn't
for the grocery bill, we could all save
But here is a chance for you to save
money, and on groceries, too.
The O. K. Teapot Grocery has turned
its booth over to the King's Daughters
and will allow them to take orders for
groceries at a reduced price, for cash.
The Kings Daughters are to get ten
per cent of the sales, with the under understanding
standing understanding that the money will be spent
on Christmas for the poor.
Go to the O. K. Teapot Grocery's
booth and see what the King's Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters have to offer you. They will take
,your order, and the goods will be de delivered
livered delivered from the store and collected
for. If you have the change you can
pay the King's Daughters, who will
give you a receipt.



Three nights a week Monday, Tues

day and Thursday for boys and girls
who cannot attend day school. Hours

from 7 to 9 p. m. $5 for four weeks

Taught by George C. Looney. School
room at 62 Fort King avenue, Ocala,
Florida. Direct, personal assistance to

each pupiL



Because of my duties as superin

tendent of public instruction I cannot
give personal attention to my 100-acre
farm on the Blitchton 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; 50 acres
well fenced in perfect cultivation, well
equipped with work stock, implements,

vehicles, harness and feed. Plant will

inventory 17000, but must go at once.

All ready for immediate occupancy
For all particulars see or write.
J. H. BRINSOX. Owner,
At Courthouse, Ocala, Fla.


J. M. Neely, Summerfield; Leo Bing,
Jacksonville; Mrs. Eulalee Osborne. L.
T. Newsom, Williston; Crass George,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Dorr,
Heidtville; B. C. Young, Jacksonville;
Mr. and Mrs. Torke. Danville, 111.; G. B.
Courtney, Jasper; J. K Christian, Mc

intosh; Ethel Richardson, Savannah; J
F. Swindal, Jacksonville; Mrs. J. A. Mc-

Clinton. Miss Hazel Oliver, Inverness;
Chas. E. Kellam, Chattanooga; Wm.
Ewart, Newberry; L. E. Windeck,

Lewis Murry. Newberry; W. E. Sharpe

and wife. Whitney; B. R. Stripling,
Jacksonville; F. G7 Sampson, Board-

man; W. W. Hunt, Jacksonville; H. H.
Petteway, Wauchula; Dr. J. H. Willis
and son. Lake Weir; G. H. Bussard,
Lakeland; S. J. McCully, Berlin; H. J.
Nichols, Wildwood; S. H. Igou, Eustis;
E. A. Davenport, Belleview; L. J.
Leonard, Atlanta; Alfred McDaniel,
Cincinnati; II. G. Clayton, Alex G.
Shaw. Gainesville; W. L. Simonton,
Micanopy; D. W. Proctor, Gainesville;
Harold G. Covant, Minneapolis: Carl L
Howell, Gainesville; Julian I Howell,
Gainesville; B. Dorsey, Jacksonville:
O. S. Hammond, Norwalk; R. M. Chris Christian.
tian. Christian. Bay Hill; A. C. McMlchael and
wife, Hernando: Mrs. J. E. Crump,
Winter Haven; W. T. Jfcllwain, Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; A. B. Medlin. Jacksonville; E. G.
Dampier, Inverness; W. B. Casori,
Brooklyn; T. C. Gilbert. Cincinnati; L.
D. Monroe, D. D. Monroe. F. Thomas,
Washington; F. B. Sweet, Jasper; S.
R. Pyles, county; L. B. Marsh, Fort
McCoy; A. B. Laugly, Chattanooga; F.
C. Simmons, Savannah; E. W. Lovell,
Jacksonville; Mrs. B. W. Hopson, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; O. W. Thornton, Trenton, O.

Davidson and George Chambers on an
Excelsior. Mr. Chambers came in first
and Laurie Yonge .second. Purse, $23.
Time. 6:55.

The half-mile dash was called off on

account of entry of race horse irom

The other races were as follows:
Race for three year old and under.

owned in Marion county six months

prior to race. Entries: Star Wilkes.

II. Sprague. owner and driver; Black.

Bird. George MacKay. owner, John

Mathews, driver; Dixie W.. H. II. Whit Whit-worth
worth Whit-worth owner and driver. Star Wilkes

won, Dixie W. second, Black Bird,
third. Pur?e, $125. Time. 13 4.

Trot or pace, 2:14 class. Entries:

Marie Direct, D. Lockhart owner and

driver; Duchess Hal, D. Lockhart own

er, Henry Smith Driver; Lady Hunt. H.

H. Hill owner; S. B. Walker, D. Hand

owner ana driver. .Marie uirect won.
S. B. Walker second. Duchess Hal

third. Purse, $200. Time, 2:27.

Ten mile automobile race. Entries:

Hudson 20. A. G. Gates owner, C. S.

Gates driver: Buick, model 10, J. H.

Spencer owner. Francis Webber driver.
Hudson won. Purse, $100. Time, 14:20.

The attendance during yesterday and
this morning was good, but the first

and second days are never the big
attendance days that the last two are.
The people seemed to enjoy themselves
and the big crowd was a very orderly
and happy one. All of the shows and
booths are now up and doing business
and they liven up the big urrounds a
great deal. The attendance last night
at the Wild West show was large and
the people who went there were much
pleased with the splendid performance.
This show will exhibit every afternoon
and evening during the fair.
The exhibits look better today. The
agricultural building is now pretty
well filled and some good exhibits have
come in since yesterday ami others are
coming for the last two days of the
fair. The exhibit from the new town
of Rurbank is a rattling good one and
will do credit to any fair.
The corn exhibit has been added to
greatly and now fills most of the space

and the quality and variety of the corn

Is fine and varied. Dr. Boozer's huge

silver loving cup that is to be carried

off by the best exhibit again this year,
is occupying a conspicuous place and
looks mighty .tempting.

The fruit exhibit is much better than

yesterday and more is coming in.

The Irish and sweet potatoes are as

fine as were ever seen here, and the
farmers seemed to have given especial

attention to the huge sweet tubers, for

we have never seen anything to equal
the display.

We doubt if there ever was made in

the state at any county or state fair,

a better exhibit or hay and forage

feeds of all kinds. The bales of hay

of all kinds and every manner of baled

feed stuff would make any farmer or

cattle raiser happy to look at it.

The cotton exhibit is grand, and both

bales and baskets of the loose fleecy
staple are to be seen. It is one' of the
best and most substantial exhibits of

the fair and shows the stranger one
of the solid resources of the county.
Mr. W. D. Cam's seed exhibit is at attracting
tracting attracting a good deal of attention, and

is very fine and complete. Mr. A. G.
Gates, district agent for the E. M." F.
automobiles, has two of these beautiful
new cars in the implement building,
and they are certainly good to look at.
Messrs. Bruce Meffert and Walter
Tilghman are still on the spot with
their Ford cars and are talking their
many fine points to the admiring
Much of the stuff exhibited has been
judged and blue ribbons are every everywhere
where everywhere in evidence.
The poultry exhibit continues to at attract
tract attract much attention and the male por portion
tion portion of that exhibit seem to know they
are prize winners and have something
to crow over, for they are sure calling
attention to themselves.
The colored people have their build building
ing building filled now and the exhibits of
handiwork- is a fine one and would do
credit to anyone. They have every-th-'ng
in needlework, kitchen and shop
industries displayed in most attractive
exhibits and many visitors of both
races imspect the hundreds of pretty
exhibits with much interest. The ex exhibit,
hibit, exhibit, of Fessenden Academy is excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally fine and shows the good work
of a practical nature that is done by
the pijpils of this worthy institution,
under Prof. Wiley, as nothing else
The exhibit of cattle is fully up to
last year and is most interesting. Some
of the cows are wonders and as fine as
the north or west can produce. The
exhibit of young colts is far ahead of
anything yet shown here and many of
the stalls have from one to three of
the fine young animals. Some as fine
specimens of hogs, goats and sheep as
the country can produce are in the pens
and the hog exhibit especially is just
The woman's building continues to
be the center of attraction. They did
not have half room enough to display
their beautiful exhibits to advantage,
and many handsome works of art have
not sufficient room to show to advant advantage.
age. advantage. Blue ribbons adorn hundreds of
articles and it looked to the reporter
like there were many more things that
should have born them. Everyone who
sees the buildings, goes into raptures
over the wealth of beautiful work.
There is every conceivable kind of


Council Took rat Step Toward Clty
Having It Own Water Plant Bond
TruKteen Nominated Petition of
Candidate Accepted.
The city council met last night in
regular session with the following
members present: President H. C.
Jones. Councilmen Tydings. Carroll.
Taylor. Helvenston, Fausett, Carmi-

j chael and Edwards.

Minutes of previous sessions were
read and approved, after the addition of
the action of the council at the close
of the last session when the proposi proposition
tion proposition of the Florida Power Company to

supply current to the city, was refused

on account "of proposed rate being too


Communication from the Florida
Power Company, withdrawing the prop- i





Tsites fflhe Town toy StoinM


filed for information.





fancy work, and -the display is be bewildering
wildering bewildering in its beauty and grandeur.
The tables, stands, walls and cabinets
are all filled, and there is not a foot
of available space where something is
not exhibited. The work represents
the industry of little children and old
woman and every age. from four to
four score years. The children's de department
partment department is certainly a revelation, and
attracts a great deal of attention.
There are some very beautiful paint paintings,
ings, paintings, in oil, wat,er colors and crayon
work. n the woman's department. The
great display of preserved fruits, jel jellies,
lies, jellies, jams, pickles, etc., and the pies,
cakes, bread, etc., makes ore hungry
to look at them.

osition was

Mr. C. W. Moffett asked to have the

A. C. L. Railway put in a crossing for
teams at the intersection of Power and
Osceola streets, so that the street could

be used. Matter was referred to the
street committee.
On motion, the finance committee,
with the assistance of a committee of
practical printers, was instructed to in investigate
vestigate investigate the bill of the H. & W. B.
Drew Co., which is deemed excessive,
and reporAon same, and that the com company
pany company be notified of the action, and also
referred to the city's former letter as
to why the bill had not been paid.
The bid of Messrs. Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay to paint the city hall, fire station
and roofs of both buildings was ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. Count Line Must Finn or Cut Halt

; An Instantaneous Success, another Record Shattering Bargain

Droaasme toaay i rnces omasnea to splinters on our entire
Stock of High Grade Seasonable Home Furnishings.

1 The Sensation Created by our first announcement has been growing

Greater and Greater. .
Interest is at tever heat Everybody is talking about our sale. Of course
you all know about this this sale and reason for it. You see we are Go Going
ing Going out of business, consequently our entire present stock must be sold
and sold quick .
Come Prepared to Find the Most Astounding Bargains
You Have Ever Seen!!

he had begun he investigation of the! You won't be disappointed for we are absolutely ignoring everything in our determination


The Victim of Bulgarian Brigand Will
be Here Next Monday
We copy the following from a news newspaper
paper newspaper published at Huntington, Pa.:
"Miss Stone delights large audience.

The Presbyterian church was filled
Thanksgiving night by interested
hearers of Miss Ellen M. Stone, the only
subject of the United States who lias
ever been held by Turkish brigands for
a ransom. Her talk was intensely in interesting
teresting interesting throughout, as she told of the
horrors of the six months imprison imprisonment,
ment, imprisonment, lacking but eight days, with
Mrs. Tsilka. wife of an Albanian min minister.
ister. minister. Under the oft repeated threats
of horrible deaths their minds nearly
gave way. A ransom of twenty-five
thousand pounds was demanded, and
this demand was persisted in for more
than four months, but a sum approxi

mating $65,000 was Anally accepted,
and the captives free.d. The United
States department now asks an appro appropriation
priation appropriation from Congress for $66,000, that
the government may reimburse the peo people
ple people who gave, and saved the life of

this American subject and her compan companions."
ions." companions." Miss Stone will be at the First Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church in Ocala on Monday night,
November 27th, and everybody will
want to hear her tell of the terrible or ordeal
deal ordeal through which she passed.


J. II. Greenhalgh, II. C. Bailey. Mr.
and Mrs. F. T. Sutherland. Jackson Jacksonville:
ville: Jacksonville: Dock Thornton. St. T,ouis; R. K
Lockhart, T. II. Gonzales, Corinne
Lockhart, P-ertha Lockhart, Mrs. D.
Lockhart, Sophie Lockhart, Orlando;
Mrs. R. D. Medlin, Mrs. II. F. Gobert,
O. R. Medlin. Gainesville; A. D. Mc Mc-Eachern.
Eachern. Mc-Eachern. J. K. Iiolin. J. O. McLaurin.
Merideth; J. B. Simonton, Micanopy;
Mrs. R. E. Lindsey, Dunnellon; II. C.
Ilillyard, Jacksonville: W. O. Connor
New Orleans: Mrs. II. L. Borland,
Citra; Mrs. W. E. Tanner, Citra; B. C
Thornwell, Atlanta; H. P.. Denkins, C.
II. Presley. Valdosta; J. M. Zynn,
Jacksonville; E. L. Brown. M. P. Han Han-non,
non, Han-non, Gainesville: P.. R. Stripling, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Mrs. II. 15. Arnold. Mrs. K. II.
Graham, Miss Helen Graham. Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; Rev. George Harding, Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W. R. O'Neal, H. H. Dicksen.
Seth Woodruff, Orlando; R. D. Medlin,
Gainesville; T. W. Price. Bronson; El Elmer
mer Elmer W.' McCreary, Gainesville; C. M.
Hand, Sanford. A. D. Smith. Sanford; F.
Clarkson, Jacksonville; A. S. Meharg.
Live Oak; J. B. Martin. Oklawaha; T.
C. Wall. Summerfield: Mrs. W. B. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Miss C. Taylor, Mrs. W. L. Hill, C.
W. Hill. Gainesville; S. C. Beagle, Fort
McCoy; G. W. Tutwiler. Mobile; B. E.
MeLin, Tallahassee; S. W. Swaby, Chi Chicago;
cago; Chicago; B. T. Hoffman, Jacksonville; J.
J. Vernon. College of Agriculture,
Gainesville: Eddie Ray. Dunnellon; A.
Selverman. New York; C. A. Tremere.
Belleview: B. F. Fraser, S. A. L. R. R. ;
II. Randolph. Gardner; Mrs. R. O. Den Den-hard,
hard, Den-hard, Green Cove Springs; J. II. Butler,
Silver Springs: R. W. Maltby, M. W.
Turner. Jacksonville: C. S. Bungle,
Tampa: R. A. McMahan. Dade City; II.
li. Roberts, Gainesville: T. .1. Prentis.
Boston; A. L Kronfeld. New York.

Atlantic Coast Line's authority for

usurping the streets of the southern
part of the city with its depot and side sidetracks.,
tracks., sidetracks., and also the sidetrack along

the passenger depot. He was instruct

ed that it was not the. sense of the
council to have the private sidetracks
of the city disturbed.

In the matter of license for the Tem Temple
ple Temple Theater the city attorney stated
that the council had no authority to
make any exceptions to the license)r license)r-dinance
dinance license)r-dinance and the license would therefore
have to be collected.
In the matter of the liverymen and
hackmen. he stated that the hackmen
had no authority for doing a general
livery business and that the recourse

the liverymen had was to file informa- j
tion with the recorder and have the
city hackmen arrested or require them
to pay a livery license.
The regular monthly salaries were
ordered paid.
The matter of flushing hydrants came
up and Fire Chief Chambers stated
that they would all be flushed again
at once.
Three (iooil Men fur Ilond Trustee
The time having arrived when the
city council should recommend for ap appointment
pointment appointment by the governor, three men
to compose the new board of bond
trustees for the water works bonds,
Mr. Carroll placed in nomination, the
names of Mr. T. T. Munroe, president
of the Munroe & Chambliss Bank; Dr.
J. C. Boozer, president of the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank, and Mr. John L. Edwards,

president of the Ocala National Bank.
The nominations were seconded and
passed unanimously, and the governor
will be asked to appoint the gentle gentlemen.
men. gentlemen. Several Xew Hydrant
On recommendation of Mr. Taylor,
three lire hydrants were ordered placed
on West Exposition street and two on
Wenona street, south of Col. Living Livingston's,
ston's, Livingston's, to give protection to that part
of the city. Mr. Carroll stated that the
property owners on North First street,
which parallels Oklawaha, desired a
hydrant placed about north of Mr. G.
T. Maugh's residence. Dr. Tydings
said it was much needed and on mo motion
tion motion it was ordered' put in.
Making the Initial Movement
, On suggestion of Mr. Jones, the city
clerk, with the advice of the city at attorney,
torney, attorney, was instructed to write the
Ocala Water Company and ask it for
the lowest price it would sell the plant
to the city for. This is the first step
necessary to get together on buying
the plant or rejecting the purchase
and building one outright.
Candidate! for City Offices
On motion the petitions that had
been filed for candidates to city offices
were read and all found to contain the
requisite number of names of qualified
voters, and the names of the candidates
were ordered placed on the ballots.

which the clerk was to have prepared

and printed.
For mayor, H. C. Jones, J. D. Robert Robertson
son Robertson and D. W. Davis.
For alderman at large, W. P. Ed

wards, Judge D. S. Williams and Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Livingston.
Alderman first ward, L. W. Duval.
Alderman second ward, J. H. Taylor.
Alderman third ward, E. T. Helven Helvenston
ston Helvenston and Lester Warner.
Alderman fourth ward, F. G. B.
Weihe. Louis Toffaletti and George K.
The aldermen who hold over for an another
other another year are: First ward, C. R. Ty Tydings:
dings: Tydings: second ward, R. R. Carroll;
third ward. H. A. Fausett; fourth ward,
G. A. Carmichael.

to clear out this merchandise. Concerned in this sale are home furnishings that
you need NOW and will need for many months to come.
At the Sensational Low Price We are Selling these N
goods it would be Folly for You not to buy.
4 r Aii. ii

Stock up for a Year to Come at these Prices. Such Sensational
Prices Come but Once in Ten, Years.

36-inch Brown Dress Linens,
30c. values, at

36-inch Percales, light and dark

colors, 12c. values, at .
Chambrays, all assorted fast
colors, 10c values at .

Amoskeag Apron Ginghams, assorted
checks, 10c. values, fj
at., C

Galatea, the best cloth for
suitings, 15c. values, at
Poplins, all colors and fancy
stripes. 2.1c. values, at..

Shepherd Plaid Suitings, assorted

checks, 12c. values,



7 c


Pepperal Bleached Sheeting,
9-4, 30c. value, at
Unbleached Sheeting, 9-4,
25c. values at

Simpson's Percales and Cali Calicoes,
coes, Calicoes, 8c. values, at
Outing Flannels in all shades,
10c. and 12c. values, at

The best Dress Ginghams made
in America, 12c. values, at



36-inch Brown Dress Linen,

Linen weft, 25c. values,



Unbleached Sheeting,
width, 7c. values, at


Apron Checks 6c values at

Bleached Sheeting, 7-8 yard
width, Sc. values, at
Good Grade Dress Cheviots,
12c. values, at

Covert Cloths, assorted fast
colors, 15c .values, at .

Yard-wide Unbleached Cheese
Cloth, 5c. values, at






colors, 35c. values, at

32-inch Worsteds, assorted, -fl g


42-inch Satin Striped Worsteds, all

wool, $.50 values,
at. ...... .

3 4-inch Diagonal Striped QQ
Serges, 75c. values, at .35C

50-inch Mohairs, assorted
colors, .G0c. values, at ..
52-inch Broad Cloths, assort assorted
ed assorted colors, $1.50 values, at
Dotted Suesine Silk, worth
- 35c, assorted colors, at..
Fancy Summer Silks, Fou Foulard
lard Foulard patterns, worth 75c.
Heavy Silk Finished Corded
Repp, 50c. values, at ...


Mercerized Foulards, assort assorted
ed assorted patterns, 25ci values,
Elektra Cloth, suitable for
children's dresses, at
Fine White Dress Goods,
25c. values, at ...
Dress Linen, assorted colors,
20c. values, at . . ...
Fancy Stripe Linen, nice for
suits, 25c. values, for,.

Yard-wide Unbleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, Sc. values, at ....
39-inch Unbleached Sea Island
Cotton, 8c. values, for ..

42-inch Bleached Pillow
Casing, 13c. values, at

Light Color Calicoes, 6c. values''

at ... .......
Clack and Blue Duck, 10c.
values, at. ...
Colored Dress Lawns, 5c. val
ues, at

4-4 Bleached
starch, 10c.

Sheeting, no
values, at .

90-inch White Linen, heavy,
$1.25 values, at

Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting,
9c. values, at







Table Damask

FOR SALE KentucK.v mules and
horses. Cash or credit. Come around
and lets talk it over. Inquire Veteri Veterinary
nary Veterinary Stable. Ilarrell Johnson & Co.


We have arranged with the Ivy
poultry people to handle some of their
eggs, and those desiring strictly fresh
eggs may get them for 5 cents per doz dozen
en dozen above the price of ordinary eggs,
so far as the supply goes. These eggs
are put up in cartoons, sealed and con conscientiously
scientiously conscientiously dated, and you will always
And them fresh. Cam's Store.

60-inch Cotton Damask, 35c. 0"
values for iJC
60-inch Pure Linen Damask, il 1
65c. values, for C
70-ineh Fure Linen weft Dam- A
ask, 65c. values, for A C
70-inch Pure Linene Dam- XZAf
ask, 85c. values, for OtC
72-inch Mercerized Damask, JQ
90c. values, for 02C
72-inch Pure Linen Dam- O'T
ask, $1.25 values, for... O C
72-inch Pure Linen rf -t 1 Q $1.50 values P A X c
Dress Linen

Rugs and Art Squares

36-inch Pure Linen Lawn,
39c. values, for ...
36-inch Pure Linen Suitings,
50c. values, for .
3 6-inch Pure Linen Front Fronting,
ing, Fronting, 50c. values, for
3 6-inch Butcher's Linen,
50c. values, for
90-inch Linen Sheeting,
$1.50 values, for
4 0-inch Lingerie, the very
best, 50c. values, for...

39 c
79 c

24x28 inch Crex Grass Rugs, AQ-
value 75c, for TcJC
27x54 inch Crex Grass Rugs, PQ
value, $1, for 02 C
30x60 inch Crex Grass Rugs,
value, $1.25, for I tC
36x72 inch Crex Grass Rugs, Art
value $1.50, for OC
27x54 inch Velvet Rugs, -t r
value, $1.50, for . P 1 1 U
36x72 inch Velvet Rugs, J0 OQ
value, $4, for SiOV
2 7x54 inch Hartford X-minister
Rugs, value $3.00, l (-Q
for Pl J
36x72 inch Hartford X-minister
Rugs, value, $5.00,
30x60 inch Smyrna Rugs, no
value, $1.50, for OOC
6x9-ft Crex Grass Art dJO yf Q
Squares, value $5, for. V0X
SxlO-ft Crex Grass Art QQ
Squares, value $7, for P
9xl2-ft Crex Grass Art J
Squares, value $10, forPOX
7ix9-ft Granite Art AQ
Squares, value $4, for tPL4
9xl2-ft Granite Art d0 yf Q
Squares, value $6, for, pOxI

Small Hand Towels, value 5c.

18x3 6-inch Huck Towels,
value, 15c, for
20x40-inch Huck Towels, 15c
value, for
18x38-inch Crocheted Towels,
value, 15c, for
Extra large Linen Towels,
value, 25c, for

Hath Towels and Other Kinds at
Greatly Reduced Irices.
Bed Spreads





for. ..
$3.50 Satin Finish
Spreads, for. .

You have to see our line of these
goods t4 appreciate the values.



72x90, 50c.
81x90, 75c.

81x90, $1 values,
for :






NOV. 23

Seat sale opens 9 a. m. Monday
at the Court Pharmacy
PRICES: $1.50, $1.00. 75c.. 50c

The Only Shaksperean Attraction This Year
America's Youngest and Most Prominent Legitimate Actress

and a Capable Company in an Elaborate Scenic Production of
Shakspere's Laughable Comedy
"Xwelftlhi MigjButt op Wlriat You Willi
Beautiful Scenery Magnificent Costumes



"Miss Stewart possesses brains, grace,
beauty and every requisite to make
Shakespeare's most delgrihtf ul heroine
live again."

"Xo young actress on the American,
stage is so eminently suited to the
roles of Viola and Rosalind as Miss

"Miss Stewart seems to hare entire entirely
ly entirely captured Dallas theatergoers."



Must be measured by the security and usefulness to
its patrons.
The Commercial Bank offers its patrons absolute
security and a bank service providee to meet the es es-X)ecial
X)ecial es-X)ecial needs of the people of Marion and adjoining

It is under state supervision,
men of wide business experience.

and efficient directorate.
In the choice of a bank these facts are woithy of
your conideration.

It is managed by
It has a capable

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Hit tfce Injured or Stele








For Each Day ol the Fair We Will Give the
Party Drawing the Lucky Number
$10 in Cash or Merchandise
Ve will issue tickets to all persons visiting our
building as we did last year At four o'clock each
afternoon during the fair we will 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 until. a number is drawn matching one hejd by a
party in the building.
We have introduced several new displays hi our
building at the fair grounds this year and it will be
worth your while to pay us a visit.
Make our BUILDING your headquarters.
We have plenty oi room and will be glad to
have you.

So much attention has recently been
called to the Marion County Hospital
and so much has been said and writ written
ten written pertaining to the same, that the
subject has become a trifle threadbare.
Very few of the citiens in this coun county
ty county know the great value of an up-to-date
hospital, which has become a nec

essity here. The grounds have already

Tickets for Mary Stewart are on sale been purchased, the architect already

Get it from Beck; get It right.
FOR RENT Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms. 160 N. Magnolia St.
Men's shoes, style and quality guar guaranteed,
anteed, guaranteed, at Rheinauer's.

at the Court Pharmacy.

Tally cards that have never
used at the Court Pharmacy.


Ladies' and misses'
Rheinauer & Co.


Handsome lace curtains of all
signs at Rheinauer's, second floor.



Ready to wear garments
and children at Rheinauer's.

for ladies

Astyptodu cought syrup Is good for
young and old. At the Court Pharmacy

Colored paper
Ocala News Co.

for decorating at the

Guild bazaar and oyster supper will
be held at Elks hall Tuesday, Dec. 5th.

encraged, the nurses, (God bless them),
are with us, and can be compared fav favorably
orably favorably with any in the land. The hos hospital
pital hospital authorities are considered lucky
in obtaining the services of Miss Maud
Coverdale, the superintendent, with her
congenial smile, her practical ways and
wide experience. The physicians you
all know well.
Thursday. November 23rd, will be
hospital day. All good citizens get to together
gether together and visit the hospital tent where
the physicians and nurses in charge
will explain in detail what is expected
from all public spirited citizens. Put
your name on the list for a contribu contribution,
tion, contribution, no matter how small, toward
building the new hospital and a credit
to Marion county.


Mr. .1. W. Crosby of Tampa, a for-'. ,...,,. T.

ui mi i ll tun i: "I t ji iim ill tnc uuiitfu
to VISit ... .

mer Ocala resident, is in town

the fair.

If you want to find a good boarding

'house at reasonable rates, call up the

Star ofSce.

The St. Margaret's Guild monthly sil silver
ver silver tea will be held at the residence of
Mrs. Tydings, Monday, the 27th.

Ready to wear garments for ladies
and children in late styles at Rheinauer's.

All who have pictures are taking
i them to the Ocala News Co., to have
j them framed.

If it's a "Lucky Curve" fountain pen
it's a good one. We have any style
you want at the Court Pharmacy.

WANTED Lady ticket taker, for
winter's work, at fair grounds. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Homer Smith, general delivery.

i Mrs. William H. Wilson and pretty
j baby of Tampa arrived today to visit
i their relatives here.

Mr. W. B. Van Duzer, advance agent
for that first class show, the Chorus
Lady, which will be here Nov. 29th.
was in town today.

j If you want pictures or pictures
framed, call at the Ocala News Co.
while visiting the fair.

States, a ill t? at the Temple tonight,
and evt-rVbodv that wants to hear the
funniest series of noises ever made

should be there to meet him. Tickets
only T.O cents, at the Court Pharmacy.


The time of beginning of the lyceum
entertainment. Tom Corwine, has been
changed from 8 o'clock to 8:30 o'clock
this evening. This change is made be because
cause because of the fact that many holding
season tickets wish to attend the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment after the Robinson-Mills-Price
wedding, which is at 8" o'clock.
The Ocala Rifles,
John M. Graham, Captain.




Tickets for the performance of.

Twelfth Night by May Stewart and her
company at the Temple tomorrow
night are going rapidly. It is a first
class play by first class actors and
nobody in the theater going public of
Ocala can afford not to see it.

I MID 111

0ear W. Stuckey la the City, Prepar

ing 'or Ills Appears are at the
Temple Satarday Night
The editor's chair in the Star office

has never been so completely filled as

it was this morning when Mr. Oscar W.
Stuckey. the Marion county candidate
for the world's championship, paid us a
short visit.
Mr. Stuckey came down from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last night with Mr. Dick Gil Gilbert,
bert, Gilbert, with whom he is training, and
will put in the next few days seeing
his old friends, while waiting for his
date at the Temple Saturday night,
when he will box with Frank Lyon, a
veteran of the prize ring.
Mr. Stuckey is looking fine and fit,
and moved that immense frame of his
around with the ease and activity of a
trained athlete. It must be remember remembered
ed remembered he has nothing of the professional
bruiser about him, but is a clean and
upright Marion county boy, who has
adopted boxing as an honorable profes profession,
sion, profession, and deserves the respect and good
wishes of all his home people.


Kstra Good Program Tonight and Car Car-rent
rent Car-rent Subject Tomorrow Night

Following is the program at the Air

Dome this evening:
Duke De Ribbon Counter. Comic.
The Crusader. A beautiful picture
of historical times.
Jimmy, the Insurance Agent. A good
The City of Florence, Italy, the clean cleanest
est cleanest city in the world.
Current event reel tomorrow night

"The Talisman," by Scott and "The

Orphans" Friday night.


The Hillsborough High School boys
will be here Saturday for another game
with the Ocala team.



All of the season's latest novelties
can be found in our dress goods de department.
partment. department. Rheinauer & Co.

FOUND A ring with three small
keys and a bottle opener, attached to
a belt hook. Call at Star office.

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Just received, the very latest thing
in mesh bags, drawn together at top
by a chain. Weihe, the Jeweler.

FOR RKNT Two nicely furnished
rooms to rent on Fort King avenue
during the fair. Apply to the Star office.

A little son was born yesterday at
11 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. Knight now have four
fine boys in their home.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fridy and Mrs.
Fridy's sister, Miss Jessie Wilson, came
in from Reddick to see the fair yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Miss Wilson is one of the high
school's recent graduates, and now
makes her home at Lake Butler.

Mr. C. E. Ahearn has resigned his
position as day clerk at the Monteu Monteu-ma,
ma, Monteu-ma, and will likely take a position with
a big accounting firm. Mr. Toph is
looking after the day end of the busi business
ness business himself and Mr. Jackson is on at


Their handsome new model Ford cars at the following most

astounding prices
Touring Car, 5-Passenger $740
Delivery Wagon 750
Torpedo Runabout 640
Open Runabout 640
Roadster 640
All cart are fully equipped and prices are delivered in
Ocala. Stop one of our new cars, whereever you see it, and
ask for a demonstration. If inteiesled, leave a call for us at
the Star of lice, or drop a card in the Ocala postoffice.

The three huge floors of our store
are filled w'th exclusive merchandise
values and novelties. Our buyers are
constanatly on the look out for good
things for our patrons. Rheinauer &

II Ik llrlek HltM-k ami Several Wooden
Houmvn Ilurned
Late yesterday afternoon, fire broke
out in the rear of the Kibler cool
drink establishment in Dunnellon and
spread until the brick block belonging
to Kibler brothers, was entirely con consumed.
sumed. consumed. In this building were located.

besides the Dunnellon Hotel on the
second floor, Mrs. Bargainier's millinery
store, the Dunnellon Supply Company's
hardware store. Knight & Strange's
grocery store, and the Kibler cool
drinTfc establishment.
Several wooden buildings just north
of the above block caught and were
heaps of ruins in a very short time. In
these were located the drugstore of
Baskin & Griffith, Kibler & North's
furniture store, a barber shop, Judge
Gober's office and T. J. Zimmerman's
cool drink and confectionary store.
The building in which is located the
Racket Store owned by "W. D. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, caught fire, but was with a
great deal of hard work on the part
of citizens saved with a very small
amount of damage.
It is estimated that the damage will
foot up about $75,000, less than one one-third
third one-third of which is covered by insur insurance.
ance. insurance. A phone message, asking for help,
was received in Ocala about 5:30. Chief

Chambers at once notified the Atlantic
Coast Line that he would have a force
and apparatus ready as soon as the
road would furnish a train to carry
them. In a very few minutes, twenty-

five men. all experienced members of

the Ocala volunter department, and all
the hose and nozzles that could be
spared, were ready but the train was
not forthcoming. The train from Ho Ho-mosassa
mosassa Ho-mosassa was here at the time the mes message
sage message was received, but it was 6:20 be before
fore before it came out of the' yard, then it

srooa in iront or tne station ror some
time longer. About 6:40, .word was
received that the fire was under con

trol, and the vounteers dispersed.

The motorcycle races this afternoon
resulted as follows: The Indian, rid

den by Walter Yonge, took the prize
of $25. The Excelsior. ridden by

George Chambers, took second place,
finishing one foot behind the leading

machine. The Harley Davidson, ridden
by Laurie Yonge finished about three
feet behind Mr. Chambers. Mr, B. W.

Condon, who had a fourth-mile handi handicap
cap handicap on his twin-cylinder Indian, came
in about 100 yards behind. It was a
beautiful race and was loudly applauded.



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H. D. STOKES, Cashier.

CAMP. Vive Pres.




State Convict Inspectors Judge Tit Tit-comb
comb Tit-comb of Dunnellon and J. T. Lewis of
Moss Bluff are in the ajty. attending
the fair.

Call up Phone 300 and Lei us Give an Estimate on Your



We Guarantee (o Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

Am employ none but experts we are In position to srnarantee ev
ery piece of work we coafrnt to wt:iiiI the iupec1lou of the most
rigid Inspectors. It -ost nothing to net our Jisnre, aud yon are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give um m trial.



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.

Mrs. D. M. Smith has received a post
card from her nephew, Merton Mann.

now touring Switzerland. Merton. who
is a welj remembered Ocala boy, won
the degree of M. A., also a prize of a
two year trip to Europe, at Harvard,
by tire excellence of his work in ar architectural
chitectural architectural drawing, and is enjoying
the results of his skill.


A meeting of the Concatenated Order

Hoo Hoo, will be held in Ocala Thurs

day night at the Elks Hall, to be fol

lowed by a banquet. Large partie

from Tampa and Jacksonville will be

here to participate in the initiation

This is a lumber organization and will

be largely attended by lumbermen. A

large class of kittens will have their

eyes opened.

WANTED Active man in each local locality
ity locality to join this society and introduce
our memberships. Sick, accident, death
benefits. $50 to $500 monthly. Box
XX-293, Covington. Ky.

There is OnSy One

That is



Always remember the full name,
for this signature on every box.

Look j? fyf

Mr. F. M. Ausley of Fairfield, who
was taken so sick recently. was
brought to the hospital yesterday, and
is now resting easily.

Several gentlemen of this city are
looking for a pestiferous masher, a new
comer, "who insulted a couple of ladies
on North Marnolia street Monday
night, and if they catch him he will
probably go to the hospital.


If you are suffering from Eczema,
Psoriasis or any other kind of skin
trouble, drop into our store for in instant
stant instant relief. We will guarantee you
to stop that itch in two seconds.
A 25c trial bottle will prove it.
We have sold other remedies for
skin troubles, but none that we could
recommend more highly than the well
known compound of OIL of. Winter Winter-green.
green. Winter-green. Thymol and a few other in ingredients
gredients ingredients that have wrought such won wonderful
derful wonderful cures all over the country
This compound, known as D. D. D.
Prescription, will cool and heal the
itchy, burning skin as nothing else
can. Get a regular bottle and see on
our no-pay offer.
Postoffice Drugstore and Annex, J. J.
Gerig, Proprietor.

The bread-baking contest instituted
by Mr. Harvey Clark, of the O. K.
Grocery, came to a conclusion at the

fair grounds yesterday afternoon and

was a success In every way. Mrs. H.

B. Clarkson won the first prize, Mrs. W.
D. Ritchie the second and Mrs. Rosseta

the third.


Mr. Ed Tucker received his carload

of six Maxwell Messenger cars today.
It has been on the road for some time.

Mr. B. F. Watts and family, Mr.
Henry Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. John

Lucius and Mr. and Mrs. Fountain
came up from Leesburg this morning,

to visit the fair.

Manager Bennett has revised his list
of the attractions which will be at the
Temple this autumn and winter.
22nd Tom Corwin. (Lyceum).
23rd May Stewart.
25 th Stuckey.
29th The Chorus Lady.

4 th Rosary.
22nd English Grand Opera, Lyceum!
2nd Daniel Boone.
4 th Beverly.
11th Mrs. W. C. Chilton. (Lyceum).
8th The Third Degree.
16th The Thief.
18th The Smart Set
19th The Lyman Twins.
23rd Royal Italian Band.
25th Graustark.
26th, 27th Manhattan Opera Co.
29th The County Sheriff.
1st Madame Sherry.
2nd Black PattL
6th The Fighting Parson.
7th County Sheriff.
13th The Lion and the Mouse.
14th Coburn's Minstrels.
22nd Buster Brown.
14 th John Larkins.
19th Paid in Full.

Editor Bart Corley of the Leesburg
Commercial, is in the city, seeing the
fair. He came up with Mr. D. E.
Davidson, wife and son in their auto.
They say there will be a big delega delegation
tion delegation from Leesburg up here tomorrow.

Mrs. P. W. Collamore came down
from Jacksonville last week, bringing
her little son, Erickson, to be treated
by Dr. McClane for knee trouble. Mrs.
Collamore returned to' Jacksonville
Sunday, leaving the little boy with the
family of her brother, Mr. W. H. Ko Ko-now,
now, Ko-now, until his recovery is assured.

The latest fabrics of the eastern
mills and also many imported designs
in our dress goods department. Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer & Co.

Between the examinations and the
fair, it would be expecting almost too
much to ask Prof. Workman to put on
that fire drill this week, but there will
be ample opportunity next week.

Hon. B. E. McLin, commissioner of
agriculture of the state, is here from
Tallahassee, to visit the fair and shake
hands with his friends, who are many
in these parts.

At Grace Episcopal church this ev evening,
ening, evening, Miss Ethel Robinson will be
married to Mr. E. J. Mills-Price, and
the ceremony promises to be a most
brilliant one.

The handsomest stock of new style
rugs, mattings and carpets in Rhein Rheinauer's
auer's Rheinauer's carpet department.

Mr. Chas. N. Mooney, wife and child children,
ren, children, of Washington. D. C, are in the
city. Mr. Mooney is connected with
the government's geological work.

J. S. Wester, the young man who was
sent to the pen five years ago for pass passing
ing passing a bad check, escaped from prison
when his sentence was almost served
out. After wandering around for over
two years, he returned to Ocala the
other day and at once got busy in
his old industry. He passed one check
on Mr. John McCorkle and another on
Mr. C. Carmichael, and will now pass a
right smart of his time in the turpen turpentine
tine turpentine camps, for Sheriff Galloway soon
nabbed him. After serving out his
former sentence he will probably re receive
ceive receive a more severe one in consequence
of his latest performance.

You don't have to taXe calomel if
you buy a bottle of Nyal's Liver Stim Stimulator.
ulator. Stimulator. This is a medicine put up by
a reputable pharmaceutical manufac manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, and sold under a positive guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. It is true to the name, stim stimulating
ulating stimulating the liver, at the same time as assisting
sisting assisting It in its natural action. Sold
in Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore.

Do You Get
Full Measure
When you buy Peas, Beans,
Cranberries, Etc.? Be sure
you are getting dry and not
liquid measure.
Liquid measure contains 10
quarts to the peek, dry meas measure
ure measure 8 quarts to the peck.

We use DRY measure for

the above articles.
You get full weight and
full measure if you trade at
Baxter Cam's.

Mr. T. D. Dillon, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting his family in Kentucky, returned
to Ocala yesterday. Mr. Dillon is look looking
ing looking well and has recovered from his
severe accident of last spring. He will

probably go in business for himself.


N. A. Callison of Spring Park Farm

has shipped within the past two weeks

cattle to the value of $4400. Mr. Cal

lison "has one of the most modern stock

farms in the entire country. Of the

shipment above referred to, $3200 worth

of fine Herefords were consigned to Wr.

S. Marvin at Jacksonboro, S. C. The

second sale was made to Jack Camp
of Ocala, who purchased from Mr. Cal Callison
lison Callison $1200 worth of registered Jersey

heifers, which he will add to his farm

near Ocala. Mr. Camp will exhibit the

stock bought from Mr. Callison at the
coming Marion county Fair, and it is
safe to predict that they will be prize
winners. Gainesville Sun.


The Colonial Hotel, located on ifa&r-

nolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located between the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one block of

the government building and postof
flee. This hotel has recently been

thoroughly remodeled and modernised

in every particular. Price. $11,000.
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 In one
and $5,000 in two years at S 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 the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
Moalenwa Block, Ocala. Fla.

There are xwo JUnos of Chin Tonic



The Ocala News Company is making
a hit with its picture frames.

"I do not believe there Is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junctfon
City, Ore. This remedy, is also un unsurpassed
surpassed unsurpassed for colds and croup. For
sale by all dealers. j
Will be
On that day we will give to the
building fund for the Marlon County
Hospital ten per cent on all orders
taken or sales made at our building on
the grounds.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink

Mr. E. Jeffords, an ex-citizen, an al always
ways always Odd Fellow, and now a solid bus business
iness business man of Clearwater, is in the city.




Style for 1912 wall paper just receiv received.
ed. received. Will be pleased to show samples.
Phone 21 or call, room 5, Masonic block.
Joseph Dodge, the Decorator. 11-21-tf

Boy's shoes, the kind
longest, at Rheinauer's.

that wear

Mr. W. R. O'Neal, secretary of the
Orange County Fair, which will be held
in Orlando Jan. 30th to Feb. 3rd, is in
the city attending our county fair. Mr.
O'Neal is also secretary and treasurer
for Rollins College.

Mr. and Mrs. Ardis Waterman reach reached
ed reached home yesterday afternoon from their
bridal trip and have taken rooms with
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hood on Fort King

Nothing in the world will give you
relief for that cough like Astyptoden
Trokeys. The Court Pharmacy.

Mrs. J. Fred DeBerry has as her

guests during fair week, her sister.
Mrs. R. L Magann and son. Bob Lee,

and nephew, Ralph Crum from Plant


Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Tinker of Red

dick, have returned from their sum

mer's visit to New York City, their
former home, and will be on their
model farm at Millwood, until the hot
months of next year arrive. They are
in the city for the next few days to
visit the fair, and are stopping at Mrs.
Arms' boarding house.

John Phillips, a gay and festive coon,
unlimbered his artillery on the public
road near the fair ground last night
and sent several bullets over the heads
of the rejoicing hundreds on the mid midway.
way. midway. Deputy Brigance gathered him
in, and by the time Josh gets off the
hard roads he will be much wiser and
a right smart older.

Every family that has children Is
liable to have croup; Invariably at
night. If Ballard's Horehound Syrup
is kept in the house. It saves going
after the medicine at an inconvenient
time and checks the attack promptly.
Price. 25c. 50c and $1. Sold by all

WANTED Frying size chickens. I
pay good price. Charles Rodoff. Heat Heating's.
ing's. Heating's. SOFT WATER TANKS
Have you seen the tanks the Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company Is mak making
ing making to hold rain water from the roof
of your dwelling? If not. see them.

WANTED To borrow $1500 for six
months, or one year on good security.
"X. Y. Z.," care Ocala Evening Star.

For pains in the side or chest damp dampen
en dampen a piece of fiannel with Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment and bind It on over the
seat of pain. There Is nothing better.
For sale by all dealers.


Half of front atore dowaatalra at the
Woodmar block, acxt to Tkcaa-Zackcry
Furniture bouse, for reat. Apply
Mr. Akin or Mr. Beaaett, with Ocala
Plambtasr A Electric Comaaar.


Your drueeist will refund money if

PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any

case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Pro

truding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c.




Careful Estimates Made on All Con

tract Work. Gives more and better

work for' the money than any other

contractor in the city.

Work Contracted for Aaywhcre I

Florida. Xo Job Too Lararct Xoae Too

Small. Headquarters, Ocala, Fla.


W. P. BLESCH, Proprietor.

Business Men's favorite Place Reop

ened by r Veteran.

(Foloy Kidney Pill



Give prompt relief from BACKACHB,


BLADDER and all annoying URINARt
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to

8. A. Davis. 627 Washington St.. ConnersrOloi

fad., is in hia 85th year, fia write as: 'I have
latair raff ared much from my kidne s and blad bladder
der bladder f had Mrera backscLiot and voy kidcr actioa
was too fraqneBt, caojise ma to losa moch ileaa
at night, and in my bladder there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kid ner Pills for soma tima,
and am now free of ail trouble and inia able, to

ha p and around r oiey h-ianej tnus aava say


Of Application for Paraaa
Notice is hereby given that the un-

v mm w-b fl A

aersignea. snenn tuye, win appij w

the Honorable Pardoning: Board at

Tallahassee. Florida, on the 4th day of

December. A. D. 1911, for a pardon from.
. -m. m. a

a conviction ana sentence Dy me cir

cuit 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 Horse's still. Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, November 27th, 1907, and the con conviction
viction conviction thereof was had at Ocala. Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county, Florida, on May 15tb. 1908.
Sheriff Blye.

K. of P. meet Monday night

OCALA EVENTS G STAR, wedejdat, November 22, mi

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All This Week, Every Day and Night,

Rain or Shine
Hamilton's World Wonder Shows;
Col. Zack Mulhall's Wild West;
Old Jane, the Witch; The World's
Fair Carousal; Happy Jack, the
Fat Boy; The Cigarette Fiend, Etc.
The above constitute the feature attractions on the Midway
at the Fair. All of these are Guaranteed Attractions and
Fair attendants will note the difference between these at

tractions and those that have exhibited on the fair

grounds in the past.

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thorize the retailer to sell their Rings with an absolute guarantee of

satisfaction. This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex
cept diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re

places them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every

detail. If you wish to buy a ring that will give you entire satisfaction
and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W rings. Look for
the mark W-W-W on the inside. W-W-W rings guaranteed solid gold.
Makers of Rings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In"
Buffalo, N. Y.
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A Large Selection of Rimis to Select From

FiFiitiire and.



We have in oor large store, almost every
thing yott could wish for to furnish your
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the furnish,
ings that go with the line. Cur stock of
hardware is complete and the tools, materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line of office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.

Riclwer &

Mac May



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Tax Collector W. L. Colbert filed re report
port report of licenses issued during Octo October,
ber, October, l&ll, showing amounts collected
for state, $9463.12; county, $7669.05.
Read and filed.
Bonds for license to carry pistol by
William H. Schwenker, L. J. Kirby

and B. B. Keep were read and approv

Bond for license to carry rifle by
D. Long was read and approved.
Widow's pension claim by Mrs.
Nancy E. Jernigan of Fairfield, read
and approved.
Notary public bond of G. B. Parra Parra-more
more Parra-more read and approved.
Notary public bond of L. A. Shaw
read and approved.

.showing no business during October,)

1911: H. W. Douglass, Alexander
Wynne, C. C. Curry and L. L. Hop Hopkins.
kins. Hopkins. The following justices filed reports
showing fines and costs imposed dur during
ing during October, 1911:
Joseph Bell, county judge, fines,
$301; costs, 1105.91.
J. W. Lyles, fines ?166; costs,
Z. A. McCluran, fines, $15;" costs,'
R. C. Douglass, fines, $10; costs,
J. O. Turnipseed, fines, $3; costs,
4 or
Letter from Mr. George MacKay
relative to repairs to court house read
and filed.
Petition by J. F. Register et al,
asking that a public road be granted
commencing at the intersection of the
section line between sections 26 and
27, tp 17, r 26, e, and the Altoona and
Orange Hammock road, and running
southward as near as practicable cn
section line between sections 26 and

27 and 34 and 35, to the Lake county

line. Read and on motion was laid
over until the next regular meeting
of this board.
Petition by J. F. Register et al, asks
ing that "the precinct be put back at
East Linadale at the Robinson house,
or at the new school house to be
built," read and on motion was held
over until next meeting of this board.
Bond of justice of the peace by J.
M. Barksdale read and approved.
Widow's pension claim by Mrs.
Mary Elizabeth Rou read and approv approved.
ed. approved. Petition by J. F. Register et al, as
follows: We the undersigned citizens
ask of you to appoint J. F. Register
or some other person available on the
clay road to take it in charge and look
after it, as these heavy rains wash
the fills until they are really danger dangerous
ous dangerous in place, and especially for autos.
It ought to be looked over after every
heavy rain. We have the cheapest
hard road in the county, and we want
it cared for. Read and on motion
same was ordered laid over until the
next meeting of this board.
Bill of J. P. Galloway for horse hire

for month of October, read, and on
motion was "ordered laid over for in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. Communication fronv Mr. J. B.
Booth relative to the clay road from
Orange Hammock to Altoona and the
care of the same, read and on motion
letter was ordered attached to peti petition
tion petition by J. F. Register et al, for action
at next meeting of this board.
On motion board adjourned until
Wednesday, at 7:30 a. m.
Wednesday Morning
Board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment with all members present, ex except
cept except Chairman Crosby, who had been
called to Gainesville, Fla., on county
business. Commissioner Carmichael
was elected chairman pro tem.
The board in a body went over the
road south of Ocala, from Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field hard road to Stokes Ferry hard
road, and returned at 9 a. m.
On motion clerk was instructed to
enter advertisements for bids for hard
road superintendents for 1912, also
superintendent hard road repair crev,
superintendent county poor farm,
district road overseers, bridge tend tenders
ers tenders and ferrymen throughout the
county. Bids to be opened Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. December 6, 1911.
On motion the salary for county
judge of juvenile court, under section
14, chapter 6216, laws of Florida, was
fixed at $300 per annum.
Petition by Carrie A. Lloyd of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla.. asking widow's exemp exemption
tion exemption from taxes on certain property
in Marion county, read and on motion
matter was referred to Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Carmichael for investigation.
Report of commissioners with prop proper
er proper advertisements, as required by
law, for road petitioned for by E. W.

McDonald et al. read and on motion
Commissioner Carmichael was order-

led to open road as granted.
j On motion the county treasurer
I was instructed to transfer 860 from

it is needless and wrong to take
r -.ances on milk. You can get
i'.e finest milk from high-bred
o-.vs for less than you pay your
nllkrnan. And it comes to you
pasteurized free from germs.
There is no better milk pro produced
duced produced in the world no cleaner
iviilk, no richer milk than you get
when you buy Van Camp's, It
is always fresh and always the
same. A million homes are en enjoying
joying enjoying it. Why don't you try it
ia yours?
Just Rich,
Pure Milk

We have dairies in seven states
each in the heart of a great
dairying section. The milk fresh
frcm the cow is put into a clean
copper vacuum. There, in mod moderate
erate moderate heat, two-thirds of the water
is removed by evaporation.
That is all we do to it before
the milk is sealed up in cans.
Nothing whatever is added. The
sealed-up milk is then pasteur

ized so no germs can exist in it.
The milk as it comes to you is as thick as
thick cream. You can use it like cream on your
table. Put back the water and you have fresh,
rich milk, exactly the same as it came from the
cow save Sor the sterilization.
Like Using Cream
This milk is 28 percent solids 8 per cent butter
fat. When you use it in cooking it is like using

Model Dairies
Filled With Holstein Cows The Finest Milk in
America Right at Your Door

pure cream. It gives to milk dishes a marvelous
flavor, such as you never obtain from raw milk.
Yet it all comes from rich milk from whole whole-milk.
milk. whole-milk. Milkman's milk separates quickly. You
rarely get the whole-milk. When it gets to the
cooking it is rarely more than a half-milk. That is
the only reason why Van Camp's seems to you
so delicious.

Always On Hand
You can buy a month's supplj
of Van Camp's at a time. Then
you have milk or cream when whenever
ever whenever you want it. No shortage,
so waste. An opened can keeps
until you use it up.
And you have milk without
germs without danger of infec infection.
tion. infection. Milkman's milk, unless it
is pasteurized, has millions of
germs in every drop. Think what
it means to serve on your table
an utterly sterile milk. You will
never serve any milk but Van
Camp's when you learn the facts
about it.
Its Little Cost

This ideal milk, it is strange to
say, costs less than milkman's
milk. We save you the cost of
the daily delivery. And we save
you all the waste. In the aver average
age average home, the use of Van Camp's
cuts milk bills right in two.
How can you cKng to milk-

wagon milk when such milk as
this rich, whole and sterile
costs less than you pay?
The 16-oz. can a full

pint of Van Camp's costs
10 cents. The 6-oz. can
costs 5 cents. That's with
two-thirds of the water
evaporated. Your grocer
gets it direct from our
nearest dairy.

Van Camp Packing Co.
lnHiaiiixli, Ind.

Van Camp's Milk
Evaporated Sterilized Unsweetened


Mil fiC



Balance $ 1.25
County Proper Fund
Received $7924.22
Disbursed 7773.11

Balance $ 151.11


and forfeiture fund to county proper
fund instead of to the road fund.

John M. Graham, county treasurer,

School Fund

Figure on the freight before you send off to the mail -order i?ou"ty proper fund to county ad
. .... .... 1 fund, to correct error last month m
IlAnoA Iak nnwniirnfirt It r tiAntut nnsl Imtinkl ..rill 1 1 1

uvujt ivi uaiunaic. 11 is ucdvj iuu uic uciyut win CUM line transferring this amount from

all-fire. The mail-order house hides poor quality under the
naae of unknown brands. We sell known brands. i

Can yon get your money back from the mail-order house if i filed his report, showing for October,

anything goes wrong? Yon can from us.
We are your home people and "MUST" treat yau right. We
ean'i afford to bite you.
Bay from as only because we give you good stuff for your
good money.
lMaiiPioo Hardware Co.

Received. .




Balance $ 74.70
Road Fund
Received $1450.31
Disbursed 1400.S0

Balance $ 55.51
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Received $ 45S.S2
Disbursed 451.19


foa 3ackmc Kiomcvs amc Cla



Building Fund

.$ 7.63
.$ 100.21

Total balance $ 290.20
Report read and filed.
Certificate by Eugene G. Peek, M.
D., relative to condition of William
Kopman, read and on motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Carmichael warrant was
ordered drawn for $5 per month for
his relief.
Communication by Mrs. P. W.
Brown relative to a case of small pox
near Reddick, read and referred to
Dr. E. Van Hood.
Dr. E. Van Hood appeared and
made a statement relative to the
above and other cases at Eureka, the
prevention of epidemics, etc., and
stated that the county board of health
would give necessary medical atten attention
tion attention in such cases and the clerk was
dick that if they wrould send the man
instructed to notify the people at Red Red-down
down Red-down to Ocala the board of health
would furnish a tent and a doctor
free of charge, the patient to furnish
an attendant or nurse.
Mr. Sanchez of Foster & Reynolds
Co., appeared relative to advertise advertisements
ments advertisements for county. Matter was re referred
ferred referred to the committee having the
same in hand.
Frank A. Henry appeared relative
to road. Matter was referred to
Commissioner Carmichael for settle settlement
ment settlement as he thought best.
Mrs. Lizzie Jones appeared relative
to damage to house and furniture by

deputies in making arrest. Matter

was referrel to Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael with power to act.
Letter by R. C. Douglass to Mr. Col Colbert,
bert, Colbert, tax collector, read, and clerk
was instructed to advise Mr. Doug Douglass
lass Douglass that there was a widow's exemp exemption
tion exemption allowed by law, and for party to
comply with law and claim exemption
Letter by Arthur Hooker, secretary
19th national irrigation congress at
Chicago, read and filed.
Letter by S. J. McCully, asking that
his application for the position of
game warden be withdrawn, read and
Commissioners W. R. Roe, L. D.
Beck and Mabe Phillips, with W. A.
Moorhead, surveyor, filed report on
petition for road.
On motion proper advertisements
were ordered made, returnable at the
earliest commissioners' meeting.
Petition by Knight and Strange et
al, as follows: We, the undersigned

petitioners, petition your honorable
body to recommend Mr. C. L. Dean to
the governor of the state of Florida

as mark and brank inspector for vot voting
ing voting precinct No. 24. including Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon and surrounding country. Read
and referred to Commissioner Pette Pette-way.
way. Pette-way. Letter from A. C. Croom, comptrol comptroller,
ler, comptroller, relative to application for pen pension
sion pension by Mrs. M. E. Marsh, read. On
motion clerk was instructed to send
Mrs. M. E. Marsh copy of this letter,
and file original, with papers attach attached.
ed. attached. Letter from Ward G. Foster, asking
for printed matter, read and filed.
Price list of Northern Ohio Blanket
Mills, Cleveland, Ohio, received tnd
Letter from the automobile club of
America, New York City, read and re referred
ferred referred to Marion County Auto Asso-

' ciation.

j Policies and bills for insurance on
j new county jail and laundry received
j and ordered paid.
j Petition by I. T. Hough et al, as fol

lows: We, the undersigned citizens
of Marion county, do respectfully re request
quest request the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners to change the public




Tea is the chief refreshment and ladies
who buy their tea here praise it with without
out without stint. In fact, we have made a
reputation for the high qualities of our
rich teas and coffees, both of which are
having large sales among the best
families. : : : : : :

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This fall our stock will be more complete than ever.
New goods are arriving daily.
Some new goods just in:

Meat Pate in Tubes.
Puree Fois Gras
Puree of Partridge.
Puree of Quail.
Puree of Pheasant.
Puree of Thrush.
Truffle Liver Sausage.
Sardines in Glass,
liussian Caviar.
Consomme Cubes.

Soup Squares.
Anchovie Paste.
Jlloater Paste.
Roquefort Cheese.
Swiss Cheese.
Limburger Cheese.
Sap Sago Cheese
Many Others too
Numerous to Mention.

Pi men toes.
Crosse & lilackwell's Line
of Pickles and Condiments.
Dill, Cucumber and Sweet
Mixed Pickles.
Red, White and Green Maraschino
Cherries, with and without

ROYAL SCARLET Fruits and Vegetables are packed on the grounds where they axe
grown. When you get Royal Scarlet goods you can always be sure of QUALITY.

2 PHONES, 16 AND 174



road running through the se1 of se'j.i
sec 17-17-23, so as to let it start at thej
northeast corner of the above tract, ;

and running south on quarter section
line to the section line line dividing
sections 17 and 20, thence east XA mile
and to intersect the same road at the
corner of sec 17-17-23, and sec 20-21-1G.
Read and refused.
Bid by J. P. Jenkins & Co., per G.
K. Williams, for remodeling old coun county
ty county jail and building it into a county
poor house, read and on motion -vas
laid over until next meeting of the
Letter by G. T. Whitfield, secretary
to the governor, as follows: "In an answer
swer answer to, jours of the 9th inst., with
reference to the authority of the
boards of county commissioners of
this state to disburse money to assist
in the care of paupers, the governor
directs me to invite your attention to
the fourth paragraph of section 769,
of the general statutes of Florida; and
to the case of Martin vs. Townsend,
32 Fla., 31 S." Read and filed.
Petition of W. P. Williamson of
Lake Kerr, as follows: To make a
slight change in the Xorwalk road
just north of Lake Kerr postoffice.
The change wil make the road
straight. The road is already made,
and the road man, Mr. Wilson, two
years ago, when he was posting the
road one mile west of the postoffice
The change wanted leaves the Xor Xorwalk
walk Xorwalk road at the end of the straw
road on emile west of the postoffice
and intersects the Xorwalk road
about 3-4 of a mile east of the postof postoffice.
fice. postoffice. The road is already a plain
traveled road. Read and referred to
Commissioner Henderson.
Letter from W. P. Williamson rela relative
tive relative to strawing road from Lake Kerr
to Eureka, read and referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Henderson, with power to

Application by J. T. Lancaster, en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by Judge Joseph Bell, for rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation to the governor for ap appointment
pointment appointment as probation officer of the
juvenile court in and for Marion coun county.
ty. county. Read, and on motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Proctor same was ordered held
over until next meeting of the board.
Commissioner Petteway filed report
on county poor farm as follows-, wrich
was read and filed:
Poor Farm Report
Ocala, Fla., Nov, 8. 1911.
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Ocala, Marion Co.,
Gentlemen Doubtless you remem remember
ber remember two months ago I rendered a re report
port report of the county poor farm, which
was no doubt a little unsatisfactory,
but promised to do better at next
meeting. You, too. remember that at
the next meeting, which was out last
meeting, I was unable to attend at
all, hence the delay in repo"rt for two
months. I have, however, visited the
poor farm twice during this time, and
found things generally in a very sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory condition. Inmates, seven
colored and three white, but since my
last visit there, I learn that one white
inmate has been dismissed. We have
had two deaths since my last report.
I would like to write at length, but
think best to make it as short as pos possible
sible possible at this time. Will only say I
find the superintendent's salary $25,
as usual; cooking and washing $22;
wood bill $3, making a total of $50
due the superintendent, Mr. Turner.
I also find other bills against the in institution
stitution institution amounting to $98.05.
Respectfullv submitted,
Com. in Charge.
Letter from Hon. X. A. Fort, Lynne,
Fla.. relative to salary' of Mr. Chalk Chalk-er,
er, Chalk-er, read and filed.
Report by J. D. Williams, mark and
brand inspector for district Xo. 1, read
and filed.
On motion Judge J. W. Lyles was
authorized to use one of the witness
rooms in the court house as office for
himself as justice of the peace.

All bills approved and audited were
ordered paid.
Distribution of the. road bills paid
was as follows:
Summary of Road Warrants Novem November
ber November 7th, 1911
District Xo. 1 $ 164.00
District No. 2 79.20
District No. 3 435.10
District Xo. 4 454.96
District Xo. 5 212.40
Weirsdale and SummerSeld
special 158.44
Belleview and Summerfleld
special 495.S8
Irvine special 435.14
Citra and Orange Lake special 167.33
L. L. Priest and crew... 786.52
Henry Gordon and crew 1165.80
Commissions to treasurer...". 28.51
Total $4583.28
The board thereupon adjourned un until
til until its next regular meeting in De December,
cember, December, unless sooner convened by
the chairman.
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"I am pleased to recommend Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs,
colds and bronchial trouble. write
Mrs. I B. Arnold of Denver, Colo. "We
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When In jacKsonvllle stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the GIrard, No. 11
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room In the city.
Chamberlain's Stomach and IJver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and
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est youngest child. The old and feeble will also

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