The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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EVENING

STAR

THEUS-ZACHRY CO.
the Fciunruius una
GEE! BUT IT IS COLD!
We are headquarter for Blanket,
Comfort and Spread, tome to ee u
and hate a good nlt;ht Mleep.
VOL. 18.
OCALA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1911.
BEDDING
NO. 151.

IB-Mil CO. :

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ADVICE FROM
CUSTOMER

"As soon as a person be begins
gins begins to accumulate money lie
begins to take an interest in
living. The very fact that

hp r-m C'U-P unvill iinmmtK Alln "f Marion county and that see-
ne can sac small amoiims tiim of KlMrida my most sincere re re-and
and re-and make them larger makes ;-ret at not be5n able to attend the
(Marion County Fair. I had contem-

him 'hustle and compels his
interest and atter.ti- n. In Invest
vest Invest a dollar m our Savings
Departmenr, add to it weekly
or monthly and see how your
efforts will increase. I've
tried it and know you try
it."
THE
& GHAMBLISS
BUNK
- FLORIDA
MUNROE
OCALA,
U. S. POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITORY
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Oklawalia Ave.,
Ocala, Fia.
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.
FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Office over Munroe & Cliambliss IVk.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J. E. GRACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA - FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH
L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Oyer Commercial Hank
OCALA FLORIDA
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. ni. 1 to 5
p. in. Phone 211.
TERMS. CASH.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Suiqeoi;
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to 0!stetric, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3. 4, 5 and 6. Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones.
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
0. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLO.-IF DA
nn rwn c m w W 1 t "'" 1 T I XT 111
itn. i. i. riir,in..ium
Graduate of the United States Col-
Ie?f of Veterinarv Surireous.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Located at the Jones Hospital on South
First Street, West
OCALA, FLORID'.
All Calls Iromptij Ansuered.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
I nflPrlAkerS ana I mnniniCrS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWEN, Funeral Director.
All Work Done by Licensed Em.
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans. Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur-
v J
ma.-
,
ion basis, vvnte or consult me at
Siu
Ro4... 27, Holder niock
OCALA FLORIDA

A!I.IIEOiiS

Attorney tieneral and t'andldate for
Governor Prevented by hi Dutle
from Attending the Marlon
County Fair
Kditor Star; Through the columns
of your paper I wish to express to the
plated being with you, but official
duties demanding my attention here
deprive me of the anticipated pleasure.
May your fair be a grand success, as I
feel .sure it will be.
Iater I ?hall visit your county and
section in the interest of my candidacy
for the governorship.
Very truly,
Park Trammell.
Tallahassee, Nov. 22, 1911.
State of Ohio, uity of Toledo,
Lucas 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.
Sf-nd for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Take
Hull's Family Pills for constipation.
OXFORD
Oxford. Nov. 22. Mr. P.. F. Borden,
Ocala' s assistant postmaster, was a
visitor here Sunday.
Quite a number from town went out
to the cane grindings last week at Mr:
L-ee's. Tom Fort's and Mr. Nichols'.
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and three
j children went up to Ocala Tuesday to
the opening of the Marion County Fair.
(Oxford will be well represented, as a
(good many anticipate going each day
from this section.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Collier's infant
son, H. O., Jr., aged two years, died
Tuesday morning after a very short
illness. He was able to be out at play
Saturday afternoon in the yard, was
taken sick Sunday and gradually
grew worse until death claimed its
own, and bore the little spirit to the
heavenly beyond, where it would suf suffer
fer suffer no longer. The funeral took place
at the Pine Lievel cemetery Wednesday
evening, and services were conducted
by Rev. Iiluekcr. The entire commun community
ity community extends the deepest sympathy to
Mr. Collier's family in their deep sor sorrow.
row. sorrow. Mr. Collier's two daughters, who
are at Southern College, were tele telegraphed
graphed telegraphed for, and as they could not
make good connections over the rail railroad.
road. railroad. Mr. Collier, accompanied by "W. H.
Smith, motored down to St. Catherine
Tuesday night to meet the night train
and returned in a few hours.
Rev. C. R. Phillips will fill his reg regular
ular regular appointment at the Baptist church
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Walter Brinson's little son,
Fayette, who has been quite ill for the
past two weeks with fever, is much
improved. We are glad to see a good
change, as he is a fine little fellow
and is missed by his schoolmates a
school and they hope to soon see him
back at his desk again.
Mr. O. C. Powell's wagon and black blacksmith
smith blacksmith shop will soon be completed and
is quite a credit to the town. We are
proud to see these kind of buildings
go up in our town, and hope to see our
new drugstore under a fair way of
completion.
SAVED CHILD FROM DEATH
"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.
ANTHONY
Anthony. Nov. 22. A Thanksgiving
social will be given in the Methodist
church at Anthony at 7 p. m. Thursday,
Nov. :0th. to which all are invited.
! Music, talks, readings and lisrht re-
I lf shm(ints wirh hn- w51, ,i
the evening. A silver thank offering
will be expected of each one, to be
used in the Lord's work.
"Count your blessings,
Name them one by one
And it will surprise you
What the Lord has done."
IS THE WORLD GROWING BETTER?
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 Pittsfleld, X. H. Find
ing good health by taking Electric
Bitters, she now advises other suffer-
lers, everywhere, to take them. "For
1 years i sunerea witrt stomach and
ikldr trTouble;" !ie, r
; medicine I used failed till I took
'Every
Elec-
; trie Bitters. But this great remedy
1 Iped me wonderfully." They'll help
any woman. Tney re the best tonic
and finest liver and kidney remedy
that's made. Try them. You'll see.
50c. at Tydings & Co.
ANDALUSIA
Andalusia. Nov. 23.-rSome nice beans
are being shipped from this neighbor
hood. Mr. R. S. Shortridge has ship
P-d to date about 500 baskets and
Wartmann & Cheshire have shipped
! about 40 baskets from 4 K acres, and
, Ve nave more.
Mr. B. F. Conrad and family, who
, A
have been on Mr. E. L. W artmann s
place more than a year, will leave
Tuseday for Newberry, where Mr,

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MILUKKI) MI LHAU, CITE AMI PRETTY COWGIRL
World" ( hampion Latly I. h rial Thrower, Itoper hhiI Itlder of Western HorNea
With ol. y.m-U. IiiIIihI1'm Wild Wn4 lIipHMlroiiie and CongretiN of
KoiiKh Itlderj nt the Fair All Thin ek

Conrad has taken a position with the
Mutual Mining Company as pit fore foreman.
man. foreman. Our school teacher, Mis Halford, has
resigned and gone to her home at
Electra. Miss Fort has been appoint appointed
ed appointed to teach the remainder of the term.
Mr. M. S. Conyers has moved on Mr.
E. L. Wartmannn's place.
Mr. J. li. Simmons contemplates re removing
moving removing to Newberry in the near fu future.
ture. future. The Sunday school and prayer prayer-meeting
meeting prayer-meeting is going on nicely. Mr. G. AV.
Ellis was elected -superintendent of
the Sunday school last Sunday, and
Mr. W. 15. Boyt assistant.
A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE
That stops coughs quickly and cures
colds is Foley's Honey and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 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
Pharmacy.
LEROY AND YORK
York, Nov. 22. Messrs William Gil Gil-lis,
lis, Gil-lis, Robert Douglass and the scribe
took in Ocala Thursday.
Mr Joe Brooks was in Ocala last
Thursday.
Mrs. Roy George of Ocala spent last
Friday with her sister, Mrs. W. V.
Weathers.
The head sawyer and T. G. Rivers,
on his way to Leroy Saturday, bagged
several birds, and enjoyed the same at
his home in Ocala.
Miss Christina Russell, one of York's
handsome young ladies, went to Ocala
Monday.
Two of the Young brothers, with a
cousin from the Carolinas, went to
Ocala Monday.
Mr. T. V. Newbern is trying the sad
fe of baching this week, while Mrs.
Newbern visits relatives at Dunnellon
and Gainesville.
The scribe took a trip Monday down
to J. F. Cocowitch's large mill on the
Seaboard. It has only begun, but Mr.
Cocowitch will soon have everything
in working order for business. He is
at present having about a dozen houses
erected for his hands, and willl soon
put in a siding for convenience in
loading lumber.
Mrs. Kate Wheeler is on the sick list.
Mrs. Fannie Mills and her children
have removed to Romeo.
A MAIL CARRIER'S LOAD
Seems heavier when he has a weak
back and kidney trouble. Fred Due- j
hren, mail carrier ai Atchison, Kas j
says: "I have been bothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and had a se-
vere pain across my back. Whenever j
I carried a heavy load of mail, my kid
ney trouble increased. Some time aeo,
I started taking Foley's Kidney Pills
and since taking them I have srotten
entirely rid of all my kidney trouble
and as as sound as ever." Sold by the
Court Pharmacy.
BELLEVTEW
Belleview. Nov. 22. Mrs. J. N. Shedd
received the sad newsMonday morning
of the death of a sister-in-law at Ai Aiken.
ken. Aiken. Ga. Mrs. Shedd Left Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to attend the funeral.
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Gale, who have
Deen ine guests ot their son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gale, left
Tuesday for their home in Canada.
Martin Reeves passed away.
Jir. ueeves naa oeen ill lor some
wk n,i .ir!ft.i
awav. i
He and his brother came to Belleview )
In the early spring for their health. Mr.
Reeves was 68 years of age. He was
an old soldier from Ohio. The funeral j
services were held at the Methodist
church Monday afternoon. Rev. Wen- j
rich officiating. All the pall bearers 1
were old soldiers, viz: E. G. Gardner, j
Hardison. Gale, Freer and Thomas. All I
extend sympathy to the aged brother j
in his bereavement.

Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Thomas, who have

been for the past two months in Ocala,

where Mrs. Thomas has been taking
treatment, returned home last Friday
afternoon.
Mr. Rex Nichols, who was taken
suddenly ill in Ocala Sunday, is slowly
improving.
Mrs. Allen Fielding returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday from Madison.
Judge and Mrs. L. L. Hopkins were
visitors to Ocala Monday.
Mrs. E. Ha.skel was shopping in Ocala
last week.
Mrs. Fred Lucius and daughter, Miss
Lucile and son, Mr. Enoch Lucius, came
in Monday night from Orlando, being
summoned to the bedside of Mrs.
Lucius' daughter, Miss Lillian Lucius,
who is seriously ill at the home of her
sister, Mrs. George Proctor.
Don't forget the Thanksgiving en entertainment
tertainment entertainment next Thursday evening at
the town hall. The committees are
all hard at work preparing an interest-!
ing program and. the benefit is for a
good cause, namely, the cemetery im improvement
provement improvement society. All are cordially
invited to come and help the good
work on.
Mr. L. Weihe has been suffering with
his eyes the past week.
A HI RGLAR'S AWFUL DEED
may not paralyze a home so complete completely
ly completely as a mother's long illness. But 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.
KEATENGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
Itest Quick Lunch Eeatlns House
in the City
Apalachlcola and Cedar
Oysters In All Stylet
Key
Everything that is good
to cat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.
iti:nim
'.'.'Ml
REGRETS ARE USELESS
After 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-
ent wisdom. Little trifles often cause
i a firf Vint fhf rpiiilrar.t loss is nn trifl
; T. c i:tti,
le to be well and fully
. insured that the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about
SAVARESE AND BELL
,
! Re and Accident Insurance.
OCALA. FLA.
W, G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION

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j P. O. BOX 40 OCALA. FLA.

mi IT IS

So he Say, Thru the MaeUaattema of
John D. Rockefeller, Aided by a
Baptist Preacher
Washington. Nov. 23. Alfred Merrltt
of Duluth, Minn., the first president of
the Duluth, Missabe & Northern Rail Railway,
way, Railway, who styled himself a "lumber
jack." unacquainted with the methods
of the money trust, told the House steel
trust investigation committee yester yesterday
day yesterday that through loans of less than
11,000,000 from John D. Rockefeller, he
has lost his holdings in the Missabe
iron' mine. and the United States Steel
Corporation, and estimated to be worth
today as high' as 1700,000,000.
Merritt declared that he was induc induced
ed induced through F. D. Gates, Mr. Rockefel Rockefeller's
ler's Rockefeller's secretary, "incharge of his char charitable
itable charitable work," to put up all his holdings
as collateral for loans from Mr. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller in 1892 and 1893. One loan was
for $420,000. Others were for various
sums. Gates, he said, was a Baptist
preacher in whom he had confidence
and who assured him that by placing
a call loan he would not be pressed
and that he would be taken care of.
The witness related how, two months
after he ,had put his collateral with
Mr. Rockefeller, during: the panic of
1893, Rockefeller called the loan, giv giving
ing giving him twenty-four hours to raise
$420,000 and that being unable to raise
the money he and his brother lost
their property. He admitted that Mr.
Rockefeller offered him an opportunity
to buy his property back within a year,
but declared that the oil king told
financiers "to keep hands off" and that
he was unable to raise money any
where.
COUGHING AT NIGHT
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 membranes.
branes. membranes. Prevents a cold developing
into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always in the house. Refuse substi substitutes.
tutes. substitutes. Sold by Court Pharmacy.
A GOOD WORD FROM OCALA
TO BUYERS AND INVESTORS
Capital can make no mistake in com coming
ing coming here.
Florida will be the greatest agricul agricultural
tural agricultural state the world has ever known;
it is demonstrating the fact every day.
The government irrigation project in
the southern part of the state is open opening
ing opening up thousands of acres of agricul agricultural
tural agricultural lands in close proximity to Ocala,
which will add very materially to Its
growth and strength, and all indica indications
tions indications are that Ocala will be a city of
20,000 people inside of five years. It
will be built; it is being built. But
we need more capital; we want more
manufacturing plants, hotels, rooming
houses and residence properties. I
should say more residences! We have
calls every day for store rooms and
residences which we cannot supply.
Everything is full. Men desiring to
enter business here, and families de desiring
siring desiring to spend the winter here, are
forced to look elsewhere for the reason
that there are no accommodations for
them.
You can make good money on in investments
vestments investments here. They will be safe
and sure. We wish to have you Inves Investigate
tigate Investigate and make these investments in
Ocala through our realty representa representatives.
tives. representatives. We are in the real estate business
for commission only; we hold no op options
tions options and own no property, therefore
we play no favorites, but sell at the
owner's price and give it to you. We
would be pleased to furnish informa information
tion information in. detail.
Reference: Any bank or business
house in Ocala.
Thanking you, our northern friends,
and trusting we may hear from you
soon, we are, Very truly yours,
Ocala Realty Company.
BACKACHE, HEAD HEADACHE,
ACHE, HEADACHE, NERVOUSNESS
and rheumatism, both In men and wo
men, mean kidney trouble. Do not al allow
low allow it to progress beyond the reach of
medicine but stop 1n promptly with
Foley Kidney Pills. They reguate the
action of the urinary organs. Tonic In
action, quick in results. Sold by the
Court Pharmacy.
AUTOMOBILE REPAIR
AND PAINT COMPANY
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.
IT STARTLED THE WORLD
when the astounding claims were first
made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but
fortv 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.
FINE TEN-ACRE TRACTS FOR SALE
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
most cleared and beautifully located
For terms and prices, apply to F. W.
Ditto, Ocala, Fla.
J. E. Parker. 2021 No. 10th SU Ft.
Smith, Ark., says that he had taken
many kinds of kidney medicine, but
did not set better until he took Fo
ley 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
Pharmacy.
The latest of the season, selected by
our own buyers In shoes for ladles and
misses; high tops, blacks and tans
satins and velvets, at Rheinauers.

VALUES

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

H EV STOfJ

ailtesit

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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
SUITS, OVERCOATS and ODD PANTS.
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 DAT0
ROBES and PAJAMAS.
SWEATERS of all colors and sizes.
All we ask of the public is to let us show them
the goods. Come in to see us.
M. A. "Walr2ipmniaiini

THE DABEODASDERY

Fine Ckitaelky Uw fl

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

antee stands back of any trans

action. : : : : : :
TOUPCW '& CM.

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JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST sad FLOHDA'S
LARGEST and REST TEAR ROUND HOTEL

Rates Reasonable
THOMAS M. WILSON.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THtRSDAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1911

QOALA EVENINFSTAR
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DAMAGE AI Hi
Bittlnger & Ca
Proprietors.
Third Day of the Fair is the Bet Yet.
People Arrlvlnie In Crowd and
Everybody Interested.

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Not So Great an at Flrttt Reported A
l.lMt of the LoKwe Will Probably
Foot I p S2.VJOO
The reports of the Dunnellon fire

R. R, Ca
tnjamln, Editor.

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M IE ST TKSMAX

This, the third day of the

Marion

The

, tr had the pleasure yesterday

U!l from Mr. 13. K. McLin. com

wionrr of agriculture for Florida,

fca l In the cltv visitina the fair and

greeting h frends. who are legion. Mr.
McUn I greatly in favor of county
flr, and praises the Marion fair in
particular; and his opinion is worth a
ajreat deal, as he a a practical farmer
himself. He says if all the people
could understand what a benefit a fair
Is, they would make exhibits and at attend,
tend, attend, regardless of whether they won
prizes or not. Mr. McLin is serving his
second term as commissioner of ag agriculture,
riculture, agriculture, and it Is not improbable that
he will serve again. He has been a
very efficient official, and the work of
his department has multiplied several
times and increased greatly in efficien efficiency
cy efficiency under his administration. Mr. Mc McLin
Lin McLin Is a man who does things he
would rather go ahead and make pro progress
gress progress at the expense of some, mistakes
than sit still and wait for something
to happen. He will be in the city to today,
day, today, and expects to be joined by his
son, Ernest McLin, from Jacksonville,
this afternoon.

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THE AUTOMOBILE PARADE

One of the mose beautiful and spec spectacular
tacular spectacular features of the Marion County
Fair, now in full blast, was the auto automobile
mobile automobile parade of some twenty artist

ically decorated cars A gentleman
from our neighboring city of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville remarked that such a parade
would be impossible there and that he
would like it if the Ocala ladies who
planned and executed this lovely pa pageant,
geant, pageant, would agree to show Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville how to do it. The cars were lined
up on the courthouse square, and from
there proceeded to the fair grounds.
Every auto in the parade is worthy of
special mention and so varied were the
plans that it was a genuine kaliedeo kaliedeo-scopic
scopic kaliedeo-scopic view. Mrs. H. M. Hampton's
car, which was a symphony in scarlet,
was awarded the first prize. Mrs.
Hampton was accompanied by Misses
Mary Burford, Alta Pearson, Sara Da Davis
vis Davis and Clara Johnson. The party rep represented
resented represented Japanese girls and wore red

klmonas and red chrysanthemums m
their hair. A large, gorgeously color colored
ed colored Japanese umbrella formed a canopy

over the car.
The second prize was won by Mrs
R. S. Hall's seven-passenger auto. The
plans for this "winner" were also bor borrowed
rowed borrowed from the "Land of the Rising

Sun," and were carried out perfectly
In every detail. The car was entirely
hidden by artistically arranged drap drapery,
ery, drapery, wisteria and lavender sweet peas.
The spokes of the wheels were wound
around with the two colors, with a
huge chrysanthemum as the hub. The
ladies occupying this car were very
handsome in white cloth coat suits and
white hats. They each carried white
silk parasols ornamented with sprays
of purple wisteria and chrysanthe chrysanthemums.
mums. chrysanthemums. These ladies were Mrs. Hall
and her three lovely sisters, the Misses
Mattie, Carrie and Corinne "Williams
and Mrs. W. A. Hocker. Riding beside
the driver who carried out the color
scheme by wearing a white sweater
and cap, were Master Harrington Hall
and little Miss Margaret Hocker.
The exquisitely dainty and beautiful,

pure white car which was, with many many-people,
people, many-people, the favorite as shown by the

round of applause it brought forth ev

ery time It passed the grandstand.

was owned and driven by Miss Minnie
Stovall, accompanied by Mrs. Arthur
"Williams, a recent bride. The decora decorations
tions decorations of this car were of crinkled white
crepe paper, so soft and beautiful that

It looked like a snow-drift, with hun

dreds of white chrysanthemums effect

Ively placed. Miss Stovall and Miss

Williams are both unusually pretty

brunetF and never looked lovelier than

yesterday, in white gowns and huge
white picture hats. Miss Stovall man

aged her car with consummate grace
Another car that was very much ap

plauded was that of Mrs. J. M. Meffert,

with Its decorations of holiday colors
of red and green. A Christmas tree,
fully trimmed, was on the radiator and
a "sure-enough" Santa Claus stood as
the patron saint of all the little Mef-

ferts who occupied the car with the
fond and happy looking mother. We
regret that we have not space to tell

or each particular car, for all were
fine. We think the fair management Is
due a very hearty vote of thanks to

the committee on auto decorations

consisting of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. Miss
Mattie Williams and Mrs. H. M. Hampton.

Countv Fair, was the bet of all.

attendance was large and the erwi
good humoreJ. The special order of
fine weather continues and Die fair i?
a great success. At an early hour
hundreds of country people were on
the grounds and the crowd continued
to arrive till 3 o'clock at which time
it was larger by far than on either of
the previous days.
The exhibit rooms are beinj? well
patronized and most of them were till tilled
ed tilled all day. Special attention centered
around the women's building, where
the magnificent exhibit drew crowd?

like a magnet. The splendid individual

exhibits are attracting a great deal of j
attention and have certainly helped jTne StHte Superintendent of Public

out the fair.

Messrs. Mclver & MaeKay. private
building, with their great, representa representative
tive representative display is one of the centers of
attraction and their handsome display
of goods is receiving a great many
compliments.
Much interest centers in the big pri private
vate private building of the Ocala Lumber &.
Supply Company and the exhibits of
materials in the builders' line, as well
as the articles manufactured at their
novelty manufacturing plant was most
interesting and came in for a full share
of the public attention. Each visitor
to the building is given one of the

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tickets which are numbered m dupli- ( tc-ndent of public instruction and is
cate and after the races each after- J n0v finishir-; the seventh year of his
noon the drawings for the daily $10 incumbency of this office.

cash prizes taite place. ir tne person

is not present who holds the duplicate

I

HON. V. M. IKIIJ.OHAV

In-

m( riM-lioii, Who will lie it Candidate
to JMieeeed HImwelf.
Mr. Ilolloway i. a native Floridian.
He was born at Like Butler. Bradford
county, July 8, 1862. He was educated
in thme schools of Florida and at the
National Normal University of Leb Lebanon,
anon, Lebanon, (hio. He tauuhi fur ten years

with

meeess

;n

t!

pub ii-

schools of Florida. In the fall of 18:2
he was ele- :. l superintendent of pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie instruct:"'! of Alachua county, a
position whi'-h he filled- fur twelve
years without opposition. In the fall

of 1904 he vas elected state superin-

WHT NOTf

A friend of ours wants to know if it
is possible for ladies to see the boxing
match at the Temple Saturday night.
We see no reason why they shouldn't.
There Is nothing debasing in the event.
It is a contest in strength and skill
between two men, both of whom live
much cleaner lives than the average,
and whose profession is just as hon honorable
orable honorable as that of a ball player or avia aviator.
tor. aviator. With most of the plays that are
staged containing reference, if not out outright
right outright allusion, to immorality, we think
it is straining at a gate and swallow swallowing
ing swallowing a sawmill to look questionably at
a boxing match.

AWARDING THE PRIZES
TOMORROW AFTERNOON'

of the first ticket drawn, another is

drawn and so on till. he or she is dis discovered.
covered. discovered. Tuesday little Jack Williams
held the lucky number and got the $10

cash prize and yesterday Mr. S. M.
Lummus held the lucky ticket, and
won the $10. They will be drawn again
this afternoon and tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The people from the country districts
are naturally interested in live stock
and the pens and stalls of the animals
are continually surrounded by crowds

who are admiring the fine specimens I
of stock raised in this county.
The colored people's building is one
of the best filled of the entire fair
group and their display is certainly a
most creditable one, and the colored
people have every reason to feel proud
of the results of their efforts.

Harvey Clark is doing some fine ad advertising
vertising advertising work in his pretty grocery
booth and everyone who attends the
fair will remember the O. K. Teapot
Grocery for a long time.
The pile of sweet potatoes and large

bunch of corn stalks filled with hugs
ears of corn at the front of the Ocala

Fertilizers Co. and Ocala Seed Store's

booth, grown by Fessenden Academy

from "Superior Fertilizers," is as fine

as the country can produce.

Everyone goes into the big room to

see the fine display of poultry and it
is certainly a credit to the county. JIn
Q. E. Peacock of the Star office, has
four fine specimens of Rhode Island

Reds on exhibit and is justly proud of
this side line.

The display of preserved goods, of

all and kindred lines, in the woman's

department, the agricultural depart

ment and the colored people's building

is certainly a fine one and most tempt

ing to look upon.

The street committee of the city

council has kept the street out to the

fair grounds gates in as good fix as

could possibly be done, and the street
has been sprinkled every morning, so
there has been no dust.
Yesterday Afternoon Raeew
In the 2:40 class, trot or pace, Joe
Douglas won first money. Time, 1:19
for first heat and 1 :22 for second heat.
Loyd Irwin, second; Satan Wilkes,
third, and Henry Bondsman, fourth.
The half-mile dash- running race
was won by Ban Star in 59 seconds;
Dick, second.
The next race on the program was
for horses without a record. &. B.
Walker won both heats, the time being
2:39 and 2:43. Little Hal second and
George third.
Class for gentlemen riders, for the
best saddle gait was won by Dr. Shaw,
riding his beautiful sorrel, Cash Boy;

Tom Wishart, second, riding Frank, a
beautiful bay.
The automobile race was again won
by Charlie Gates, driving his Hudson
car. The race was 20 miles, or forty
times around the track. The Hudson's
only opponent was a Buick, driven by
Francis Webber.
Auto Parade Wednesday Afternoon

The automobile parade yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon was a handsome event, and
would have been ten-fold more so if
the idea had spread in time to get a
fair proportion of Marion county cars
in line. Some fifteen or twenty cars,
handsomely decorated, were in line,
but the county can show up ten times
as many, and we must try to have
them next year.
The cars in line were those of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Spencer, Mrs. R. S. Hall,
Miss Minnie Stovall, Miss Edna Cul Cul-verhouse.
verhouse. Cul-verhouse. Dr. Herbert Counts, Mr. Era Era-mett
mett Era-mett Robinson, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk,
Mrs H. M. Hampton, Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Billingsley, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Meffert, Mr. J. P. Phillips, the child children
ren children of the Confederacy, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Lang. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, Mr. Eddie
Rentz and several others. Mrs. H. M.
Hampton's car was awarded the first
prize, Mrs. R. S. Hall's second, and
Miss Minnie Stovall's third.

He has o---cutied many positions of

honor and trust. He was for eight
years a member of the democratic ex executive
ecutive executive committee of the second con congressional
gressional congressional district of t!e .state. In
May, 1 100. he was unanimously elected
chairman of the last democratic con congressional
gressional congressional convention ever held in the
state prior to the introduction of the
primary system for nominating offi officers.
cers. officers. In December, 1901, he was pres president
ident president of the Florida Educational As Association,
sociation, Association, which held its annual ses

sion at that time in Gainesville. In 103

he was a member of the high school
commission, whose duty it was to
prepare a standard course of study for

the high schools of the state, and an
advisory course for the elementary
schools. In July, 1:09, in Denver.
Colo., lie was elected vice president of
the National Educational Association,
an honor bestowed on but few educa educators
tors educators in this country. In July, 1910. in
Boston, Mass., he was elected a mem member
ber member of the National Educational As Association,
sociation, Association, an honor never before at attained
tained attained by a Floridian.
His administration of the office of
state superintendent of public instruc instruction
tion instruction has been safe and sane through throughout,
out, throughout, and at the same time he has kept
abreast of the best thought of the age
in all matters educational.
The friends of education all over the
state will make a strong effort to se secure
cure secure his renomination. wisely believ

ing that this is an office which should

not be .subject to the control of

scheming politicians, and that the

children of the state should not b
the victims of political machinations

have been somewhat garbled. We were
promised a detailed report from there
yesterday but it reached us too late.
The fire is not nearly as bad as was
at first thought. It started in the kit kitchen
chen kitchen of the cold drink and restaurant
place of Zipperer and Norton and burn

ed the old wooden building in which
they were located, as well as the store
next to it, occupied by M. Rubin, with
drygoods. It then took the new brick,
two-story Kibler block and destroyed
that, and damaged a few rooms on the
north side of the big brick hotel. This
was reported to have burned at first,
with all of the stores in it. but such
was not the case.

ine businesses and their losses, as
near as we could tell so far, are as fol follows:
lows: follows: Zipperer and Norton, entirely burned
out, loss. $3,000; insurance, $1500.
M. Rubin, loss, $5500; insurance,
$2000. Mr. Rubin did not save a thing,
not so much as the cash in the reg register,
ister, register, strange to say.
Kibler and Baskin, the new building,
?'i00; insured, but we do not know
how much.
T. J. Zimmerman, gents furnishings;
stock valued at $3000, with some in

surance, i nis stocK was mostly mov

ed out into the stret and was badly

damaged by both fire and water.
Judge Gober had his law offices and

library upstairs in the new building
and lost everything, valued at $1000,

with no insurance.
Drs. Baskin and Griffith had their of

fices in the new building and they Ymi won't hf ri irno lilted lor we are absoluteiv leriiorincr evervtlnncr in our determination

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An Instantaneous Success, another Record Shattering Bargain

Broadside today Prices Smashed to Splinters on our Entire
Stock of High Grade Seasonable Home Furnishings.
The Sensation Created by our tirst announcement has been growing
Greater and Greater.
Interest is at lever 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

ing 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!!

were a total loss, but probably in

sured.

The older portion of the property

burned was owned by the Bank of

Dunnellon. It was not very valuable

and was insured.

Mr. V. D. Edwards, of the New York

Racket Store, was one of the heaviest

losers, tho his place was not touched
by the fire. Every one supposed the

building would certainly go, and the
stock was tumbled into the streets as

rapidly as possible with no regard for

its condition, and Mr. Edwards thinks
it is damaged 50 per cent. It is insur

ed, however.

Two streams of water were played

on the fire and the volunteer fire de

partment and the citizens did yeoman

duty or the entire business portion of

the town would have been burned.
How they saved the adjoining prop

erty is a miracle. One has but to know

that the big hotel and the new Kibler
block joined and the rooms of the one

to clear out this merchandise. Concerned in this sale are home furnishings that
ou need NOW and will need for many months to come.
At the Sensational Low Price We are Selling these

goods it would be Folly for You not to buy.
So Come Quick !

DRESS GOODS SENSATIONALLY LOW PRICES

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

opened into the other, to realize that 3G-inch Percales, light and dark

people are some fire colors, 12c. values, at

Chambrays, all assorted fast

colors, 10c. values at

19c

8c
6c

those Dunnellon

fighters.

On the other side of the property

Edwards' store was only separated by

a narrow alley, and both his building Amoskeag Apron Ginghams, assorted

and those that burned were built of checks, 10c. values,

yellow pme and very dry. Had there a

been a hierh wind at the time no nower

at their r r m m a n wmilil have rrovont Galatea, the best Cloth for

ed a great conflagration that would suitings, 15c. values, at

have wiped out the business section p0plins, all colors and fancy

of the city.

7c
10c
15c

M1LLS-PRICE-ROBIXSOX

Special prizes in the girls contest
will be awarded and delivered Friday
afternoon from 3 to 3:30 o'clock in
front of the grand stand. All of the
contestants are requested to be present.

THE CHORUS LADY"

The great big success of the past
dramtic season, "The Chorus Lady," by
James Forbes, author of "The Travel Traveling1
ing1 Traveling1 Salesman." and "The Commuters,"
will appear at the Temple next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, Nov. 29. This comedy
ran for one whole year in Xew York,
nine months in Boston, six months in
Chicago and six months in London,
England.
The story of the play deals with the
life of the chorus girl of the present
day. and shows the temptations and the
dangers she Is exposed to, but when
she knows the good from the bad, as
our "Pat" does, she routs her tempters
In characteristic fashion. The dressing
room scene in the second act. is one of
the -best and most laughable scenes
eTer produced and lets us see "life be behind
hind behind the scenes."

New Temple
Theatre
THURSDAY, NOV. 23
The Shaksperean Event o!

the Season
Jf. E ClinB
Presents
WAY STEWAiT
and her distinguished Com Company
pany Company in Shakspere's Rol Rollicking
licking Rollicking Comedy

"TWELFTH NIGHT"
Special Scenery, Magnifi Magnificent
cent Magnificent Costumes.

Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and S1.50

Seat sale opens 9 a, m.
Monday, at Court Pharmacy.
Out of town, orders by mail
or telephone, will receive
prompt attention.

stripes. 25c. values, at.

Shepherd Plaid Suitings, assorted

checks, 12c. values,
at

Pepperal Bleached Sheeting-.

9-4, 30c. value, at

Unbleached Sheeting, 9-4,

25c. values at

Simpson's Percales and Cali

coes, Sc. values, at

Outing Flannels in all shades.

10c. and 12c. values, at .

The marriage of Miss Ethel Robin Robinson
son Robinson to Mr. James Edgar Mills-Price at
the Episcopal church last night was a
brilliant affair and largely attended.
The church was most prettily dec decorated.
orated. decorated. On the altar were vases filled
with carnations, and lighted tapers
gleamed among them. The chancel
rail and front of the church was cov covered
ered covered in white and a graceful arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of bamboo vines and asparagus
ferns completed the decorations.

The front pews were reserved for

the family, and were tied with white
satin ribbon and asparagus ferns.

While the guests were assembling

Miss Wartmann, the organist, render

ed some exquisite musical numbers,

and when the bridal party came in she
announced their approach with the

Lohengrin wedding march.
The ushers were Mr. Phillip Robin

son of this city and Mr. Klein Graham

of Gainesville. Mrs. F. W. Clapp of

Boston, a cousin of the bride, was her 60-inch Cotton Damask, SoC.

The best Dress Ginghams made

in America, 12c. values, at

8'2C
22 c
19c

5c
8c
8c

Unbleached Sheeting,
width, 7c. values, at

full

5c

36-inch Brown Dress Linen,

Linen weft, 25c. values,
at

pure

15c

Fancy Dress Ginghams, also AtUn
Apron Checks 6c values at"Tt2C

Bleached Sheeting, 7-S yard
width, 8c. 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

32-iuch Worsteds, assorted,
colors, 35c. values', at .

42-inch Satin Striped Worsteds, all

wool, $1.50 values,-

at. ... ...
34-inch y Diagonal Striped
Serges, 75c. values, at .
50-inch Mohairs, assorted
colors. GOc. 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 .

5c
8c

10c

3c

19c

74c

39c
39c
74 c
19c
24c
29c

Mercerized Foulards, assort assorted
ed assorted patterns, 2oc. 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, S c. values, at ....
39-inch Unbleached Sea Island

Cotton, 8c. values, for .

42-inch Bleached Pillow O f

072c

19c
8c
10 c
10c
19c

5c
6c

Casing, 13c. values, at ..

Light Color Calicoes, 6c. values
at.". ....

Black 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:..

4c
8c
3c

7c
79c

7c

Table Damask

JOS. W. DODGE & GO.

PRAC'TICAK painters and paper

DECORATORS

DRAWINGS AFTER THE RACES

Remember the drawings of our $10
cash prize tickets take place at our
building every afternoon after the
races at the fair grounds.
Ocala Lumber & Fupply Co.

HOTEL FOR SALE

Messrs. M. L. Payne, of Fairfield,
- Dixon Irvine of Orange Lake and Jack
McCully of Berlin, all prosperous farm farmers,
ers, farmers, were discussing crops and pol politics
itics politics at the Ocala House last night.

The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia 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 postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Price, $16,000.
?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 ths sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
Montezuma Block, Ocala. Fin.

Moose meet this evening.

Work Contracted for Anywhere In
Florida. Xo Job Too Large; None Too
Small. Headquarters. Ocala, Fla.

MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
V. F. 15LKSCH, Proprietor.
l Men's Favorite Place Keop-
ened by r Veteran.
CALL AND SEE BM

matron of honor, and Miss Hope Robin

son, the only sister of the bride, was

maid of honor.

The bride came In with her father,

Mr. George Kingsley Robinson, by

whom she was given in marriage. She

was exceedingly handsome in her wed

ding robe of white satin, charmingly

fashioned with Ducbess lace and pearl

trimmings. Her veil was caught to her
hair with a chaplet of orange blossoms,
the veil falling to the hem of her long

train. She carried a white satin prayer
book, from which fell a shower of

lilies of the valley, and from which the
marriage service was read by the rec

tor, Rev. Campbell Gray. This prayer
book was made by the groom. It was
exquisitely printed in old English let

ters, and each page was artisticallv

decorated with dainty and quaint de

signs, and bore the full names of the
bride and groom. The groom entered

the church from the vestry room, join

mg the bride before the altar. He was

attended by the bride's older brother,

Mr. Ralph Robinson

After the ring service the bride and

groom advanced to the altar for the

nuptial prayer and benediction, at the
conclusion of which Mendelssohn's
wedding march was played by the or organist.
ganist. organist. Mr. and Mrs. Mills-Price and
their attendants and family left the
church and were driven to the bride's
home, where an informal reception
was held, only the special friends of
the family being entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. Mills-Price left over
the early morning Seaboard for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and will sail today for Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, where they will go to their home
at Dorchester, one of the suburbs,
where they will immediately begin
housekeeping.

20 c
41c
41c
54c
59 c
87c

$1.19

Dress Linen

values for

60-inch Pure Linen Damask,

65c. values, for

70-inch Pure Linen weft Dam

ask, 65c. values, for
70-inch Pure Linene Dam Damask,
ask, Damask, 85c. values, for

72-inch Mercerized Damask,

90c. values, for
72-inch Pure Linen Dam Damask,
ask, Damask, $1.25 values, for. .

72-inch Pure Linen
Damask, $1.50 values

Rugs and Art Squares

36-inch Pure Linen Lawn.
39c. values, for
36-inch Pure Linen Suitings,
50c. values, for .
36-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. ..

19c
34c
39c
39 c
79 c
19c

24x28 inch Crex Grass Rugs, A

59c
79c
98c

$1.10
$2.39
X-minister
$1.59

value 75c, for
27x54 inch Crex Grass Rugs,
value, $1, for
30x60 inch Crex Grass Rugs,

value, $1.25, for
36x72 inch Crex Grass Rugs,

value $1.50, for
27x54 inch Velvet Rugs,
value, $1.50, for
36x72 inch Velvet Rugs,
value, $4, for
27x54 inch Hartford
Rugs, value $3.00,
for
36x72 inch Hartford

X-mimster

Rugs, value, $5.00,

$2.84

Rugs,

for
30x60 inch Smyrna

value, $1.50, for .
6x9-ft. Crex Grass Art
Squares, value $5, for

s-ri 0-ft Crex Grass Art

Smiares, value $7, fo

9xl2-ft Crex Grass Art ACk
Sntiares. value $10, f or J vJ

7x9-ft Granite Art tO AQ
Snnares. value $4, for WS'

9xl2-ft Granite Art
Squares, value $6. for

88c

$3.49

I $4.98

$3.49

Towels

Small Hand Towels, value 5c.

for ...

1 8x3 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

Ifcith Towels and Other Kinds at
Greatly Reduced Prices.

3c

10c
10c
10c
19c

Bed Spreads

98c
$1.25
$1.49
$2.23

$1.50 values
for
$1.75 values,
for
$2.00 values,
for
$3.50 Satin Finish
Sureads, for

You have to see our line of these
goods to appreciate the Talnes.
Sheets

72x90, 50c. values,
for
81x90, 75c values,
for
81x90, $1 values,
for-.

37c
59c
69c

i

TO CTHR A I'OLD IX 0E DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab Tablets.
lets. Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails
to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is
on each box. 25c.

IE II 101

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

eaia l.odee No. Meets each;
Thursday night in hall in Gary block, i
Edwin Spencer. Jr., Dictator. ',
L. tapp. Secretary.

We can't get around it. It is wasn't
for the grocery bill, we could all save
money.
But here is a chance for you to save

'. money, and oa groceries, too.

The O. K. Teapot Grocery has turned
its booth over to the Kings Daughters
and will allow them to tak orders for

groceries at a reduced price, for cash

THE MTMIWdb FAMILY,
OF Ml' LI I ALL, OK LA.

WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
P1IOXE 296
Baggage. Freight, Pianos. Furniture
rnd Safes a Specialty. Careful acd
Prompt Attention Gien All Orders.
WE fOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

FORT KING CAMP NO 14,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Col. Zaek Mulhall. bis son. Charles,
and his daughters, Lucile, Belle, Mil Mildred
dred Mildred and Georgia. Lucile is noted as
being the most daring rider in the
world. Miss Belle Mulhall is an expert
with the lasso. They are all daring
riders, and accomplished in lassoing
and shooting. This family is noted all
over the United States and England.
Col. Mulhall has an immense ledger in
which he keeps the press notices.

! . 42 M ..1l ,OrraD (TirfiC

The Kings Daughters are to get ten among wmcn -e uhu

familv. containing euis oi men

Next regular monthly meeting will
V.e held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.

8.

1911, at Yonge's Hall.

W. F. Marlowe.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

C. C.

OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter. No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Fridav of everv month at S p. m.
J. A. Bouvier. H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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 Kingrs Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters have to offer you. They will take
?your order, and the goods will be de delivered
livered delivered fnm the .tore and collected
j f or. If you lave the change you can
! pay the Kind's Daughters, who will

give you a Teceipt.

Moose roeet this evening.

his

different features. One picture was a
special pose for one of Chicago's big
Sunday papers, half and full page no notices
tices notices from the leading magazines and
Xew York City papers, which speak
most highly of their achievements.
The Marion County Fair Association is
fortunate in securing this high-class
wild west show.

JERRY BURNETT
THE TAILOR
Who Uow In ms efr Balldlar
Corner South First and Maft-aolla
Street Paoae 73

WHITER
PIECE

SAMPLES MID

GOODS

lull

i

in STOCK

Boy's shoes, the kind

j longest, at Rhelnauer's.

that wear

Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes



OCALA EYEXIXG STAR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1W1

TIME IS AW
)YE5 TIME -sTfcMJ CANT OPEN A
THE VALUE OF A BANK SERVICE
Must be measured lv the security and usefulness to
its patrons.
The Comriiereia! !.uik olfeis its patrons absolu'e
security and a hank service providee to meet the es especial
pecial especial need of the p'oiJe of Marion and adjoining
counties.
It is under -taie supervision. It is managed by
men of wide business experience. It lias a 'capable
and eind'Mit dir ctorate.
In tin; choice of a b -ink these facts are woithy of
your con; ideratinu.
YESTERDAV.
TOMORROW
NEVER COMES
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OFFERED BY

SCEXK FROM TWKLPl'H .NUillT, AT THE TEMIM.E TONIGHT.

OCALA HI

UPPLY CO.

TO FAIR VISITORS

For Each Day o! the Fair VVc Will Give the
Party Drawing the Lucky Number
S!0 in Cash or Merchandise,
We will issne 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 held by a
part j in the building.
We have introduced several new displays in our
building at the fair grounds this year and it will be
worth your while to pay us a visit.
YOU MAY WIN THE $10.
Make our BUILDING your headquarters.
We have plenty ol room and will be glad to
have you.

li llli :
. i

Get it from Beck; get it right.

FOR KKXT Furnishe-1 and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms. 100 X. Magnolia St.

Men's shoes, style and quality
anteed, at Rheinauer's.

Tally cards that have never
used at the Court Pharmacy.

;uar-

been

j
f in O

MISS STEWART AS VIOLA

1 r i

nt of ShakNpfrr'M Brishtet Com-

ediei at the Temple Theater
Thin Evening?
"Twelfth Night" is an exceedingly
pretty story. A brother and sister,
twins, separated by accident and seek seeking
ing seeking each other in a strange country,
the sister, in order to the better fol follow
low follow up her search and avoid danger
in her unprotected state, adopted the
dress of a boy, in which she so near
resembled her brother that no one

could tell them apart. She entered the

Iadies' and misses'
Rheinauer & Co.

sweaters

at

Col. W. M. Toomer, candidate for
Congress, is at the Oeala House.

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

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

Colored paper
Oca la. News. Co.

for decorating at the

Mr.
better

William
today.

Rullock is somewhat

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

de-

j If you want to find a goo.l boarding
'house at reasonable rates, call up the
; Star office.

HA

1912

FORD

NEW

CARS

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

- w-.. r frA-.-j -Yv:-- (service of a rich lady, who immediate-
X-'"' V' V L': x'& ily fel1 in love with tne suPlosed boy,
Jr?-stiA'- TX'-.i whi1 Viola's own heart went out to
'""7 ? -? 1 5v-"rJ 'the handsome nobleman who ruled the
, IV -''"" -. -2JS & 'country. Meantime the marked pref-
i;- V;-cJ? $34r the rich and beautiful Olivia
T-. i'v-'-i T'- ";rvl:"A:r:?? for hr handsome page made the latter

( HAHI.KV Il LHAI,!.,
THE I, VDIES' FAVORITE
World'? t'hauipion Hiielviiifc Horne
ItitltT, J.nriat Thriiner anil Itttper
Willi ol. .nik liilball'N Wild Went,
llltiilrtiiie ii iiI ( iuii;rrss if Hough
Itlilers of the World at the
Fair All This Week

d'HRKAT KVKVT

AT THE AIR DOME

enemies, whose rule attacks Viola
naturally didn't know how to fend off.
About the time she was in despair,
her brother, searching for her, reached
the city. This caused a new compli complication
cation complication both the rich lady and her
jealous suitors mistaking him for
Viola, one mistake netting him some
unexpected endearments, while the
other procured his sister's persecutors
a deserved beatin-g. Revelations and
explanations follow, and the play
comes to a pleasant ending.
It' is a most catchy and winning
comedy, and should draw a full house.

THE PRESIDENT OP THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE Ilf THE
WORLD SAVED A PART OF HIS MONEY WHEN HE CLERKED IM A
STORE. THE MAN HE WORKED FOR LIKED THIS AND TOOK
HIM INTO PARTNERSHIP. ABOUT FORTY TEARS AGO HE SATED
TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS. TODAY HE IS WORTH NEARLY TEN
MILLION DOLLARS. MAKE YOUR OWN MORAL.

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN B750

JNO. I EDWARDS.

H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
Pres. CLARENCE

CAMP. V1t Pre.

TOM CORWIXE AT THE TEMPLE

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

Mr. W. L. Jewett has returned from
his visit to his son, Sanford, at Lakeland.

All
them
them

who have pictures are taking
to the Ocala News Co., to have
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.

1

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THE FORD
Of PALAIKA, FLORIDA

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

Mr. Ernest Payne of Terrell, for
some time a resident of Ocala, is in the
city visiting the fair.

WALTER VV, TILGHMAN. Manager
OFFERS

Their handsome new model Ford car? at the following inot

astounding prices-

$740
750

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

Miss Mabel Allen of borrento. a very

charming young lady, has been visit in
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake.

The pictures at the Air Dome for the
last few nights have been unusually
good and the people seem to have
realized this fact as they have gone
out every night in large crowds. Last
night was no exception as the pic-

ures were even better than the night

before.

Tonight the current event reel will

e snown mat was aavertisea tor last

Thursday night. This reel is a won-

lerful production and is worth many

imes the price that is asked to see it.

Tonight the program will be as fol-

ows:

A Rroken Life. A Pat he drama.
The Visiting Nurse. A very instruc instruc-ive
ive instruc-ive reel.
Roys Will be Boys. One of the best
omics shown here in a long time.
Ancient and Modern London. Some

very beautiful scenes m mis wonder

ful city.

Current Event Reel. All of the late

news reproduced n movng pctures.

Friday night the Two Orphans and

The Talisman will be shown.

Folowing are the subjects of the

Current Rvent reel: "IT. S. Ship Flor

ida Put in Commission at New York

Navy Yards": "Raising the V. S. Ship

Maine in Havana Harbor"; "Motorcycle

Races at Chicago": 'Aeroplane Flights

at Paris, France '; "Largest Battleship

float Launched at Camden. N. J., for

Argentine Republic," and many other

interesting subjects.

FOUND A ring with three small

keys and a bottle opener, attached to

a belt hook. Call at Star office.

Col. S. W. Swabey, a prominent Chi

cago financier, is here, looking over

Marlon county.

Just received, the very latest thing
in mesh bags, drawn together at top

by a chain. Weihe, the Jeweler.

Touring Car, 5-Passenger

Delivery Wagon

Torpedo Runabout
Open Runabout
Roadster

640
640
640

All cars are fully equipped and prices are delivered in

Mr. W. I-:. Hollinrake of Jackson
Mich, with his family, is visiting hb
brother, Mr. S. I. Hollinrake, of thi-city.

FOR RK.NT Two nicely furnish

rooms to rent on I-ort King avenue

during the fair. Apply to the Star of
fice.

Mr. J. I. Billingsley, after a pleasant

Ocala. Stop one ot out new cars, whereever you see it, ana0(.
ala. left for his home in Miami thi

fir i ilniit rntimi li l ri t T PSt t H OHVO :i pall tor US at, mornng

the Star otlice, or drop a card in the Ocala postoilice.

Fine Mules and Horses

FOR SALE

Style for 1012 wall paper just receiv

ed. Will be pleased to show samples
Phone 21 or call, room Masonic block

Joseph Dodge, the Decorator 11-21-tf

FOOTBALL GAME CALLED OFF

A telegram from Tampa this morn morning
ing morning announces that the Hillsborough
High School team will not be able to
come to Ocala next Saturday, so for
the first time in weeks the Ocala boys
will not have a game.

FOOTBALL S13ASOX OVER

HOO 1IOO IEET1XG

A meeting of the Concatenated Order

Hoo lloo. will be held in Ocala this

evening at the Llks hall, to be fol

lowed by a banquet. Large parties

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.

Tiie pretty, white-robed nurses with
dainty caps and red cross badges were
out collecting coin for the hospital to

day, and seemed to be having lair suc

cess. Nearly everybody contributed
.-h.'rf ii 1 1 ivhiph wns Hsrht and nrnn.

er. as a more worthy cause can't be
imagined.

And Ocala Had Every Reason to be
Proud of Her Team A Clever
Letter from a Fair Opponeat
The inability of the Tampa team to
come to Ocala Saturday will end the
football season, so far as the home
eleven is concerned. There are one or
two other games that might be played,
but as they are uncertain the Oeala
management has decided to call them

off.
The Ocala boys have made a splen splendid
did splendid record this season. They have
triumphed in every game but one, and
that was a tie. They have been an
entirely Ocala aggregation home boys
and home training, and have borne

themselves in such a way, on the grid

iron and off, that they have made the
people of their home city exceedingly
proud of them.

In connection with this, it Is pleas

ant to read the following extract from

a letter from Mr. H. A. McPherson.

manager of the Tampa team, to Mr.

Clifford Peabody:

However if there is any dispute
about the game Saturday affecting1
your claim to the championship, don't
notice it. We admit that you won the
series this year with us. I do not think
the tie game should be considered as
a setback to you in any way."

Last evening a good sized audience
was highly entertained by Mr. Tom
Corwine at the Temple Theater. Mr.
Corwine is indeed a wonder in imita imitation.
tion. imitation. He says he could imitate all
kinds of animals before he could talk,
which was not until he was past three
years old. His tongue is unusually
large wrhich causes his speech to be a
little indistinct. His imitation of a
sawmill sawing and planing the differ

ent pieces for makng a magon wheel

was perfect? And the crowing of the
roosters before daylight, the barking
of dogs, even a dog fight was given,
and many other sounds, all made with
the vocal chords, as also was the
opening of bottles and jugs and pour pouring
ing pouring out the contents of the favorite
beverage of the Kentuckian. Then he
played, or rather imitated, for he says
he knows nothing about music, a few
old-fashioned tunes his mother used to
sing, which were far sweeter than the
present day rag time pieces. Then he
gave a good imitation of how some of
the girls who know Just enough about
music to think they know it all, and
the agony they put on in playing the
piano, which causes more agony for
their hearers. He finished the even evening's
ing's evening's entertainment with an imitation
of a Mississippi river steamboat un unloading
loading unloading a cargo of live stock. Every Everyone
one Everyone greatly enjoyed the evening.

ARRESTS AT THE FAIR GROUNDS

DRAWINGS AFTER THE RACES

Remember the drawings of our $10

cash prize tickets take place at our

building every afternoon after the
races at the fair grounds.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

THE FORD CARS

Last night deputy sheriffs arrested

four of the tent show people, a woman

and three men, operators of a fortune

telling tent and a wheel of chance

tent. They gave bond for their ap appearance
pearance appearance this morning before Judge
Bell. The arrest of the people caused
quite a bit of friction between the

sheriff's office and the fair manage

ment, as the fair management state

they asked the sheriff's office to let

them know if there were any shows

of a questionable nature on the fair
grounds, and they would see that they

left at once, and this the sheriff's of

fice said was not its business and the

people were operating without the

$500 state and county license that the

law required, so were taken in.

Mr. O. W. Stuckey and his assistants.

Messrs. Gilbert and Nelson, are stop stopping
ping stopping at the Ocala House. Mr. Stuckey
was out this morning for a long sprint
before breakfast, and at the rate he
was going, a man would need a motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle to keep up with him.

FRANK'S CLOSING OUT SALE

A NINE DAY'S WONDER

It Creates am Uapreeeaeate4 Seaaatlaa

TarooKhoat Ocala aad Mile
AroM4
Talk about excitement! Why, not in

years have the shoppers of this town

been so excited about a sale as they are

now. Two ladies meet on the street
and the very first thing that pops out

of their mouths is, "Have" yon been to
the great sale -at Frank's?" And both
answering in the affirmative, they
start in comparing notes about the

astounding bargains they had secured

and how awfully cheap this was and

what a wonderful value that was and

so on and so forth.

Frank's was crowded all day yester

day with an eager throng of shoppers

who were buying right and left. That
Mr. Frank is serious in his determina determination
tion determination to sell out his stock and go out
of business is very evident from the

way the goods are being sacrificed.
Prices in a great many instances have
been cut to mere fractions of the reg

ular values.

It is a great money saving oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity and the woman who doesn't take
advantage of it will regret It later on.
Come tomorrow.

DRAWINGS AFTER THE RACES

Remember the drawings of our fiO
cash prize tickets take place at our
building every afternoon after the
races at the fair grounds.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

REST AND HEAIiTTI
TO MOTHER AND CHILD

Mrs. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over SIXTY YEAR
by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their
CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with
PERFECT SUCCESS, lr SOOTHES the
CHILD. SOFTENS THt" GUMS. AL ALLAYS
LAYS ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC,
and is the best remedy for DIAR DIARRHOEA.
RHOEA. DIARRHOEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. WlnsloWs
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.

PHI SIGMA NIGHT CLASS
IN GRAMMAR AND ARITHMETIC

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 2 Fort King avenue, Ocala,

Florida. Direct, personal assistance to
each puplL

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 an 1 can be relied upon with im implicit
plicit implicit confidence. For sale by all dealers.

State superintendent llolloway am

Mr. V. li. O'Neill of Orlando, in com company
pany company with Professor Erinson, visited
the Ocala schools yesterday.

Have just received
five carloads of
Mules and Horses
which will be sold
at reasonable
prices. Call and
see us at
Carmichaers Stables

Cr5

The latest fabrics of the eastern
mills and also many imported design?
in our dress soods department. Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer & Co.
Mr. W. C. rtrorein, a prominent bus business
iness business man of Tampa, arr'ived last niaht
to see tTie fair and consult with Mr.
J. P. Phillips on telephone matters.

Mrs. Hurton Santapher and her pret pretty
ty pretty little daughter. Anna Belle, are
makinsr their home with Mrs. Fanta-pht-r's
parents. Mr. and "Mrs. J. 1
Smoak. at Silver Springs. to which
plac the Smoak family has recently
removed.

The new style Ford cars are certain certainly
ly certainly making a hit in Ocala, and Messrs.
Tilghman and Bruce Meffert are kept
busy demonstrating what they will do.
They have several of the cars on the
streets an dthey are all gong some.
The cars are absolutely silent running,
very light and very strong and go thru
any sand or mud they can be put
against. The price is remarkably low
on both the runabouts and the tour

ing cars and they are ruiiy equipped
when delivered, so there are no extras
to buy. If j-ou want a car, get a Ford.
See either Mr. Tilghman or Mr. Meffert
and they will do the rest.

SUBURBAN HOUSE FOR RENT

Hon. W. V. Knott, our state treas

urer, is here from Tallahassee to visit
the Marion County Fair and meet his

friends. Mr. Knott is a candidate for
re-election and is meeting with a great

deal of encouragement. So far no one

has been rash enough to announce

against him.

There are vwo Kinos or Cbn1 Tbate

PLANK'S AND OTHERS

Mr. Jesse L. Emerson of Gainesville.

formerly of Ocala, Is In the city, see

ing the fair and greeting his friends,

of whom he has many.

THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S

CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED

TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO

CURE CHILLS, FEVER. COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK

IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE

AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST.

Mrs. R. O. Dennard Is In the city

from Green Cove Springs to see her

father, who is in the hospital suffer

ing from a stroke of paralysis and is

no better today. Mrs. R. J. Montgom

ery, of North Carolina, will arrive this

afternoon. Mr. Ausley's condition Is

critical.

The Ocala News Company is making

a hit witn its picture zrames.

"I do not believe there Is any other

medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction
City, Ore. This remedy Is also un unsurpassed
surpassed unsurpassed for colds and croup. For
sale by all dealers.

For

coushin?, drvness and tiekltnjr

in the throat, hoarseness and all
coughs and colds, take Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. Contains no
opiates. SIi by the Court Pharmacy.

WANTED .Votive man in each local locality
ity locality to join this society and introduce
our memberships. Sick, accident, death
benefits. $50 to K'OO monthly. Box
Covington, Ky.

Do You Get
Full Measure

A 10-room house with

provements and eleerant surroundings,
I1-! miles from court house. Just the
place for a winter vistor. Inquire at
Star office.

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

all city im- s ttiiners for our Datrons. Rheinauer &

Company.

Guild bazaar and oyster supper will

be held at Elks' hall Tuesday, Dec. 5th.

KKMUEXCE FOR SALE
For sale, my home place, on South
Third street, with or without the cot cottage
tage cottage on the corner. Apply at Star
office. R. R. Carroll.

I

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J

!e or chest

l For pains

j en a piece ot nannel witn Chamber- j
! Iain's Liniment an! bind it on over the j ( TailbeiTies. LlCS

seat of pain. There is nothing better

For sale by all dealers.

Special Low Price for Cash or Credit.

J. M. STANTON & CO
Ocala, Florida.

Some years a so. the Ocala Hi ah

School, had a very fine fire drill, an 1
the Star is informed that Mr. Work- j
man intends to institute i: ajrain very
soon. "We hope so. Kvery day of th"
scholars in that buildinsr without a
tire drill is a menace to their lives. j

to taKe calomel if
: xyais Liver stim-jthe above articles.

You don't have
you buy a bottle o

ulator. This is a medicine put up by (
a reputable pharmaceutical manufac-
turer, and sold under a positive guar- I
antee. It is true to the name, stim- '.
ulating- the liver, at the same time as- j
sisting' it in its natural action. So'.d j
in Ocala by the Fostoffiee Drugstore, i

damp- Whnn von Imv Poas. -Beans.

Be sure

!you are getting dry and not
j liquid measure.

Liquid measure contains 10
quarts to the peek, dry meas measure
ure measure $ quarts to the peck.

We use DRY measure for

SOFT W ITER TANKS
Have you seen the tanks the Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company is mak makinsr
insr makinsr to hold rain water from the roof
of your dwelling? If not, see them.

Among those going to Connor Sun

day, and picnicking at Captain Ran

dall's orange grove, were Mr. and Mrs.

R A. Cook and Mr. and Mrs. R. W.

Cook, formerly of Ohio, but more re-

recently of Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph Cummings, who are on a jour

ney to Texas. The were much delight

ed with the trip and the scenery.

"I am pleased to recommend Cham

berlain's Cough Remedy for coughs,
colds and bronchial trouble," writes

Mrs. I B. Arnold of Denver. Colo. "We

have used it repeatedly and it has nev

er failed to give relief." For sale by
all dealers.

FOR SALE Up to date short order

restaurant. Splendid location. Inquire

of Ocala Realty Co. 11-13-23.

STORE FOR RENT

Half of front More downstairs at the
Woodmar block, next to Thea-Zaehery
Furniture bonne, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Bennett, witn Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company.

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

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

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

In damp, chilly weather there Is al

wavs a large demand for Ballard's

Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience its great re

lieving power in rheumatic aches and ... strensrthenine their weak

pains, prepare to apply It at the first I ened di&estion and ror regulating the
twinge. Price. 25c, 50c and $1 per hrt., Pflr saift hv all dealers.

bottle. Sold by all druggists.

Chamberlain's Stomach and ZJver

Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and

may be taken with perfect safety by
the most delicate woman or the young youngest
est youngest child. The old and feeble will also

find them a most suitable remedy for

The handsomest stock of new style

rugs, mattings and carpets In Rhein

auer's carpet department.

XOTICE

don't have to wait a week or a
either.

WANTED Frying size chickens. I
pay good price. Charles Rodoff, Keat-
5ng"s.

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

Of Application for Part
Notice Is hereby given that the un-

Pictures rramed at the Ocala New. derslgned. Sheriff Blye will ajplj to

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company wane juu -m lv WA m th. Ifh J!m of

December, A. u. mil. ior a. paruou uuiu
a conviction and sentence by the cir-

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AGENTS WANTED mrst class for l .

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free. Address A. B. Kuhlman. pub- Ion county, yioriaa. on My iin.i.

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Usher, 13 West Lake St.. Chicago. I1L



OCALA EVENING STAR, THCRSDAT, NOVEMBER 23, lfll

Richest Beer
PJr s ne Pabst exclusive 8-day malt
T tnat makes Tv'
Pabst H
E BlueRibbon
M He Beer of Quality C
tLc rictest, most wkolesome beer, and J
krv vS it9 exclusive Patst process ttat AT
lVC''Tp gives it tlie delicate flavor and ap- $
pT petizmg zest tkat is so Jjjj
" rjer a

SUMMERFTELD

AT

TEE F AM

J Summerfield, Nov. 22. Thi3 5s to Te Te-;
; Te-; mind everybody that they should not
i foraret the school children's entertain entertain-!
! entertain-! ment and social to be given Thanks-
giving eve. Nov. Z'jih. for the bene tit
'; of the school. Once we all were child-
ren and we all likt- 2 a warm school
! room; this the childien have not, as
I some of the sash in the school house
j are broken and many of the window
'lights are out. Now then, be generous;
t'j cents won't break anyone think -of
j your own school days and make the
tchildren happy by helping a good

! cause.
The case of the Florida National
j Iand Co. vs. J. F. Hansgen was decided
j in favor of the land company. It ap-
pea red" that the defendant did not live
: up to his contract and pay the com com-!
! com-! pany for the land nor would lie give

them possession of it. The jury found
for the plaintiff and the property now
revert? to the land company.
II. J. Wall, T. C. Wall and J. U Wall
took turns about and visited the fair
at fcala this week.
Mrs. Nathan Mayo, who is one of the

superintendents of the domestic de-

S partment at the fair this week went
I up to Ocala Monday. She was accom accom-;
; accom-; panie l by Mrs. C. A. Davis.
J Mr. Pittman of Pedro, who was so
! seriously burned last week, died last
Friday night and was buried last Sat

urday.
N'niv that the weather has become
sufficiently '!. the attendance at the
weekly Jm-es at the F. U. of A. hall
increases each Friday evening. The
dancers also enjoy the music rendered

who have been doing carpentry up at
Kenwood, spent Sunday in Brubank
with their families.
Mrs. Kirck has been very ill the past
month, but is steadily improving.
Mrs. Cury of Ohio arrived a few days
ago with her two little girls and her
mother. They have rented the Jacobs
house for the winter and have started
improvements on their place.
Mr. Shary who has been spending
several months with Mr. Bilhorn, has
left for Tamoa.

KLECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATERS
I have in stock some new and vjry
handsome coffee percolaters, heated by
electricity. Coffee made in the mo3t
scientiSc manner in a few moments
without trouble, odor, or any of the
other inconveniences of oil, alcohol or
wood heaters. Every home should
have one of these percolaters. Price
is very reasonable. A. E. Burnett.

HEAD THIS
One small bottle of Hall'3 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.

LEVOX
Levon, Nov. 22. Mr. Alfred Oliver
has resigned his place at the store. We
are sorry to see Mr. Oliver go. He was
always such a jolly and good natured
clerk.
Mr. Butler returned to his work at
Silver Springs after spending several
weeks with his family.
Mr. Farnbaeher has ben sick for a
week, but. is better.
Miss Esther Louis has a very sore
throat.
Mrs. Markus is hardly up from being
sick and now she has- a very sore
throat, but is improving.
Mr. Moore took a trip to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville this week.

Mr. M. Proctor and wife were visit

ors at Levon Monday.

There is an oak tree in Levon with
dipper gourd vine running up to its

tipmost branches, and every now and
then one of the gourds falls with a
resounding thwack when it strikes the
ground. Sunday evening a couple drove
up under the tree in their buggy and

were so interested in each other they
forgot where they were. Suddenly a
gourd dropped on the top of the buggy
and you can imagine what happened
after that.

ORANGE SPRINGS

All This Week, Every Day and Night,
Rain or Shine

ON TOE MIDWAY
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 n the Midway
at the Fair. All of these are Guaranteed Attractions and
Fair attendants will note the difference between these at attractions
tractions attractions and those that have exhibited on the fair
grounds in the past.

"M1UIFIF SAID"

SHEVER AGAIN! AJO HORE

COME INTO

by J .D. Beatty and his daughter, Miss
Erler.
R. E. Stroud anad son of Colorado,
recent arrials who have purchased
colony land, expect to remain here per permanently.
manently. permanently. Wm. Dennis of Lima, Ohio, has re returned
turned returned home after a short stay. While
he is cropping his colony land he is
still attending to business in Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lawrence, of Le Levon,
von, Levon, presented President Painter of the
land company with a fine assortment
of green vegetables grown from their
colony land.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulrich of Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, have arrived and are mak making
ing making arrangements to locate permanent permanently
ly permanently on their farm.

Nathan Mayo, accompanied by Mr.
Ellis of the Florida Fertilizer Co and

P. D. Hlackwell, drove to Gainesville
last Friday afternoon, returning Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning. On the way to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville a serious accident was avoided by
the alertness of Mr. Mayo in applying
the brakes to his car as it slid and
skidded down a steep and slippery clay
hill. The car was brought to a stand standstill
still standstill on the brink of a deep ditch.
Rev. Mr. R. L Clyburn of Pedro is
now preaching every third Sunday at
the Long Hammock school house near
J. Q. Bakers' farm. Everybody espe especially
cially especially invited.
Rev. Mr. Blocker of the Methodist
church preached here last Sunday.
A. D. Mitchell was busy this week
plowing out his sweet potato crop and
storing them in a large warehouse
preparatory to shipping. At this writ writing
ing writing Mr. Mitchell has plowed and
handled and measured bushel for
bushel from one acre 400 bushels of
choice potatoes. The culls, cuts and
strings were not counted. How is this
for Florida, and this is the Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field district?

OF LOCAL INTEREST

Some People We Know, and We Will
Profit by Hearing About Tbem
This is a purely local event.
It took place in Ocala. -Not
in Buffalo or New York.
You are asked to investigate It.
Asked to believe a citizen's word;
To confirm a citizen's statement.
Any article that is endorsed at home
Is more worthy of confidence
Than one you know nothing about,
Endorsed by unknown people.
P. H. Gillen, 1 South Fifth St., Ocala,
Fla,, says: "I strongly recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills for my experience
with them has convinced me that they
act as represented. I have taken this
remedy on different occasions for a
lame and aching back and other symp symptoms
toms symptoms of kidney complaint and always
found relief. You are welcome to pub publish
lish publish my statement.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn, Co.,Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the'lJnited States.

Remember the name Doan's
take no other.

-and

Figure on the freight before you send oif to the mail order
house for hardware. It is heavy and the freight will cost like-all-fire.
The mail-order house hides poor quality under He
Dame of unknown brands. We sell known brands.
Can you get your money back from the mail-order house 12
anything goes wrong? You can from us.
We are your home people and "MUST" treat y ju right. We
can't afford to bite yon.
Duy from us only because we give you good stuff for your
good money.
s
OCALA. FLORIDA.

Blood Was Wrong

SCHEDULE TO ORANGE SPRINGS
The Ocala Northern Railroad Com Company
pany Company began operating through
trains to Bay Lake, Orange Springs
and Kenwood on Thursday, September
14th. Train leaves Geala 7 a. m. in instead
stead instead of 8 a. m. as rormerly and will
make one round trip daily to these
points except on Sundays, when two
round trips will be mad. Sunday
trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and 3
p. m. Until further notice tickets
will be sold to all stations except Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs at rate of one fare for
the round trip. Sunday rates between
Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25
cents for the round trip. All tickets
limited to day of sale. Now get your
baskets ready and spend a pleasant
day at the famous resort of Orange
Springs, one of the most delightfu
places for an outing or recreation L
the South. S. P. Hollinrake. Supt.

Orange Springs, Nov. 23. Rev. G. W.
Riles" filed his regular appointment
here Sunday. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Riles.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Humphrey of

White Salmon, Wash., are registered

at the Porter House.

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Eagin and daugh

ter, Miss Jessie, are guests of the Por

ter House. They will make this their

future home.

Mr. E. E. Miller of Portland, Ore., is

a visitor who arrived here last lues

day and is spending the week at the

Porter House.

Mrs. J. A. Cummings and family of
Omaha, Neb., are among the arrivals

of last week and are here to stay.

Mrs. W. F. Jordan visited Ocala last

Thursday. She went to consult Dr. D
M. Boney.

Mr. Roland Cummings of Omaha,

Neb., is registered at the Porter House.

Mr. Virgil Y. Verch of Chesley, Idaho,

arrived here last Thursday. He, too

is here to stay and is a guest of the

Porter House.

Mr. William Smith of Glasgow, Scot

land, is registered at the Porter House,
Mr. Herman Aronson of Seattle

ash., arrived here bunday ana is

stopping at the Porter House.

Mr. H. H. Hankins of the U. S. mail

service, from Ute Park, New Mexico

is a pleasant visitor at the springs.
Mrs. L Laib and daughter, Mrs. Jes

sie L. Adderly. of Spokane, u ash., are

pleasant visitors here. They may lo locate
cate locate near this place as they like it

very much.

Mr. Carl Schegal. of New York City

is a guest of the Porter House.

Mr. V. R. Dolan and E. B. Dolan, of

Chicago, are homeseekers who arrived

last Wednesday.'

Mr. D. H. Joyce of Cedar Rapids

Iowa, arrived here last Tuesday. He
is inspecting lands and will probably
buy a lot. He is a guest of the Porter
House.
Mr. Samuel Boyle of Chicago, Ills.,
is a visitor here and a guest of the
Porter House.
Miss Evans has returned from her
visit to Jacksonville and has been quite
busy with collecting some fine fruit
and other things for the New South
Farm and Home Company's exhibit at
the fair. She hopes to have an excel excellent
lent excellent display, as so many homeseekers
are anxious to know what is grown in
Florida.
Mrs. Robert Barney left last week
for a visit to Mr. Barney's relatives in
Jersey City, N. J.
We have a good Sunday school at
this place and last Sunday new officers
and teachers were elected as follows:
Rev. P. W. Peck, superintendent; Mr.
J. C. Massey, assistant: Mrs. W. F.
Jordan, teacher of senior Bible class;
Mrs. R. J. Wimberly, teacher of the
junior Bible class; Mrs. W. H. Massey,
teacher of the little people, and Mrs.
J. B. Humphrey, teacher for the card
class; Miss Lois Massey, secretary and
treasurer. We are very glad to see

the young people take an interest in
the Sunday school work, and we feel
justly proud of them.

Mr. Henry Travis of Saylesville,

R. I., is a visitor at the springs.

Mr. B. A. Reder of New York City,

is spending this weeK nere looKing

over real estate.

Mr. P. W. Bell, of Knoxville, Ills.,

and Mr. Thos G. Johnson, of Galesburg,

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. 23c, 50c and $1. Sold by all

dealers.

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.

E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11

East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c

room in the city.

mous Coffee of 200 Years

Over a century ago the old French Market at New Orleans
was famed for its delicious coffee. It was quite different from
the ordinary coffee of today. People were accustomed to visit
the French Market and drink cup after ccp of the delicious
beverage. Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and other famous men
praised this rare old French Llend. Beautify women of New
Orleans enjoyed it at the close of the Mardi Gras balls, and
after the daily siesta. Th: von could obtain

only at the French Market in New Orleans. But NOW yon all
may serve it dail y at your own tables. For the real oldTrendi
Market Blend is perpetuated by
The Same Unique Hygienic Roasting Process
No matter where you live you can row obtain thl rare old coffee,
with all its enticing, r.atnral strength ar : aroma, for It is packed In
hermetically-sealed cans, untouched by human bands.
There is bat on genuine "French Market Coffee; only erne French
Market Flavor. No wonder the secret cf its blend and roast was
guarded so carefully for so many years.
Order from your Grocer TODAY.
Genuine "French Market Coffee"

the coffee with a history is
roasted and packed vnly at the

TBS

French Market Mills
(Sew Orleans Coffee Co Lit,
Proprietors)
New Orleans, La.

M TIE WOMAN'S ore

Purest

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. : : : : : :

WE ARE AGENTS FOR
THE FAMOUS CHASE AND SANBORN'S TEA AND COFFEE.

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

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

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

Pi men toes.
Lobsters.
Shrimp.
Crosse & Tilackwell's Line
of Pickles and Condiments.
I Mil, Cucumber and Sweet
Mixed Pickles.
Red, White and Green Maraschino
Cherries, with and without
stems.

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

TP

2 PHONES, 16 AND 174

OCALA. FLORIDA

BURBA XK

All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due IS

to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable,
scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly,
yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system,
relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system,
and toning up the nerves. During the past half century,
thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative
results they obtained, from the use of this well-known medicine.

TAKE

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ansiomc m

The

Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for
nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she
says : I was not able to do my own housework. My
stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back backache,
ache, backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they
did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now
I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise
Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women.
Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui.
Writ to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooja Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tern.,
for Special Instructions, gad 64-pat book. Home Treatment for Women." ent free. J 53

IT:

Eur bank. Nov. 23. Mrs. Umphreys of
the state of Washington and who has
come to .spend the winter in Orange
Springr!, paid Burbank a visit the first
of the week.
Mr. J. B. Ilaney has installed a new
soda fountain in the Postoffict Drug Drugstore.
store. Drugstore. Mr. Plum has been bringing' some

fine sweet potatoes into town and he

has a very ready market for them.

! Mr. Barney, who has been spending
; a few days with his brother at Orange

i Springs, paid Burbank a visit Monday.
I Mr. Harry Pelham from Binghamp-

! ton. X. Y.. arrived a few days ago to

make his home with his parents.

j Mr. and Mrs. George Clineman from

j Chicago who spent last winter with us

j in Burbank. have returned and expect

j to make this their future home.
i Miss Jessie Anderson, who has been

.spending several weeks with Mrs. Me-

l Manns-, has returned to her home in

oala.
I Mr. John Schaup has purchased the
; Thompson farm east of town and is
getting ready to send for his family,
j Co!. Albritton went hunting th oth oth-i
i oth-i er day and came back the proud pos-
sessor of several wild turkeys and a
i number of quail.
j Maxwell P.ogue. who is attending
! school in Ocala. .pent Sunday with his
i parents at Burbank.
! Mr. Thomas Watson has leased his
j farm to Mr. Jim Rank and Mr. Rank is
j planting several acres to sugarcane,
j Mr. Eastwood from Idaho purchased

the shoemaker place and is planting
five acres of sugarcane.
Messrs. MacManus. Miler and Parker.

Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of th
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of Xh
BLADDER and all annoying URINARt
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.

HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Davis, 627 Washington St., Connersville.
Ind., is in his 85th year. Ho writes us : "I ha r
lately suffered much from my kidue s and blad bladder
der bladder I had severe backaches and my kidr.ry action
was too frequent, causing tne to loso much sleep
at night, and in my bladder thre was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for pome time,
and am now freo of ad trouble, and i ain able to
be up and around. Fo'ey Kidney Fills Lavi mj
highest recojomendatioa."
FOR SALE BY COURT PHARMACY

CONSTIPATION

Indigestion. Bad Breath. Dizzi Dizziness,
ness, Dizziness, Vertigo (blind staggers).
Headache, Sallow Complexion,
a Tired, Discouraged Feeling
are a!l symptoms of a Torpid
Liver.
HERBINE
la aa Effective Liver Tonic and
Bowel Regulator.
It3 powerful reviving' Influ Influence
ence Influence in the torpid liver brings
on an immediate Improvement.
You feel better at once. The
bowels move freely so that the
impurities -which have clogged
ud the digestive organs find an
outlet. When the system has
been thus purified, the bilious,
half sick feeling disappears, the
complexion clears, the breath
becomes sweet, the mind alert
and cheerful and there is a fine
feeling of exhilaration all
through the body.
Price 50c per Bottle.

JamesF.Ballard.Prop. St.Louis.MO.

Use Stephens Eye Salve
Sore Eyes. It Cures.

for

Ills., are visitors who arrived here last
Saturday.
Mr. S. D. Page of Panacook, N. S.,
was among the visitors who arrived
last week.
Mr. W. Smith of Xew York, arrived
last Thursday and is here to Stay.
Mr. John C. McDermott of Douglas,
Mont., is a visitor here and is most
favorably impressed with Florida.
Mrs. Nettie Crandall of Rushville,
Ills., arrived here Sunday and is much
pleased. She is a loyal colonist.
Mrs. Verlinda Hall of our town has
just passed her 84th birthday. In
many respects she is a most remarka remarkable
ble remarkable person. She came to Florida from
Burke county, Georgia, and the city
of Palatka was her first stopping
place. At that time there was only
one house there. She and her husband
attained independence and lived thru
the freeze of '96. Her life has ben one
of usefulness and now her mind is
active and bright. It is a pleasure to
know Mrs. Hall. Some friends remem remembered
bered remembered the anniversary and sent best

wishes to this noble woman.
The young people enjoyed the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment at Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly's.
The fine music was a special feature.
Duets and solos on piano and violin
and guitars by the young people was
much appreciated.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred "vVimberly of
Jacksonville are spending the week
with relatives here.
In a short while W. H. Massey; Jr.,
will leave us to go to North Carolina,
where he will take a thorough busi business
ness business course.
Cane grindings and candy pullings
will soon commence and we hope to
have a sweet time.

THIS IS A SIGNED GUARANTEE OF SAT SATISFACTION
ISFACTION SATISFACTION BY THE MANUFACTURERS OF

nnn nnn nnn mnnn

W a uu c

TO

XOT1CK OF AP1M.ICATIO.N FOR TAX
Deed Under Section of Chapter
4S.SS, lJwti of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that L. J.
Owens, purchaser of tax certificate No.
486, dated the 7th day of June, A. D.
130', has filed said certificate in my
office, an! has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described property situated in
Marion ounty, Florida, to-wit: NeU
of sw'i and seU of sw'i and wVi of
se!4 sec S3, tp 13 s. r 23 e. The said
land bein? assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the
name of Stuckey & Tiller. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accordinsr
to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
the 24th lav of November. A. D. 1911.

Witness my official sisrnature and-

seal this the 20th dav of October, A
D. 1911. S. T. Fistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla

3ofcCoRccomcwtgftBL

In the County Judge's Court, Marion
County, Florida.
In the Matter of the Estate of Bryant
B. MeWhite. Deceased.
To Whom It May Concern: Notice
is hereby eiven that on the 2nd day of
December. 1911. the undersigned will
apply to the Honorable Joseph Bell,
county julsre. sitting as a judsre of pro probate
bate probate for Marion county, Florida, to set
off and fillot to the undersigned her

dower of, in and to the personal and j
real property of the said Bryant B.

MeWhite, the same to be heard at

White, Wile & Warner, makers of the famous W-W-W Ring, au authorize
thorize authorize the retailer to sell their Rings with an absolute guarantee of
satisfaction. This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex (except
cept (except diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every
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.
WHITE, WILE & WARNER
.Makers of Rings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In"
Buffalo, N. Y.
A Large Selection of Rinfis to Select From

THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons.
Automobiles, Harness and Leather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of leather or goes
to make farming a pleasure. Call on
us when in need we will eliminate
your troubles.
KNIGHT & LANG,
OCALA FLORIDA

IMICDVE

Owing to the rapid increase in our business and a need
of additional room, we have moved into the store formerly
occupied by the paint department of the Ocala Lumber &
Supply Company, with A. M. Lansford, the music dealer,
OPPOSITE THE BANNER OFFICE.
We are now better prepared than ever to handle your

! Tailoring. Cleaning and Pressing.

0ala. Florida, on said date.

Anna M. MeWhite. f MFnTHANT TAIIftRS
Widow of Bryant B. MeWhite. tftltUVUrllll

THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO.

OCALA. FL0DI3A