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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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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THE FTJTINITUKIS XZT
GEE! BUT IT IS COLD!
We are headquarters for Blankets,
Comforts and Spread. Come to see na
and have a good night's sleep.
BEDDING
VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1911.
NO. 155.

OCALA

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STAR

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ADVICE FROM
CUSTOMER

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"As soon as a pen-on be begins
gins begins to accumulate money he
begins to take an interest in
living. Tiie very f&:t that
he can save small amounts
and make them larger makes
him 'hustle1 and compels his
interest and attention. In Invest
vest Invest a dollar in our Savings
Department, add to it weekly
or monthly and see how your
efforts will increase. I've
tried it and know yo i try
it."
THE
1MUNR0E & GHAM1LISS
BANK
OCALA, - FLORIDA
U. S. POSTAL SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITORY

Mrs; Susan A. Ellis
90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Ocala, Fla.
Instructor in Voice
and Piano
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tei
nic of the Piano,

one

Gill SHI

FULLER & AYER
PENTAIi SURGEONS
Office over Munroe & Chambliss It'k.
OCAIiA 1-iIXOUIDA
TERMS. CASH.

J. E CHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Ilolder Block,
OCAIiA - FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH

IMPORTANT ROI'TE IMPROVED

L. F. BLALOGK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA - FliORUU
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5
p. ni. Plione 211.
TERMS. CASH.

F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, might or Day.
Special Attention to -Obstetrics, 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. 373
i irrr-.wi; a-1 p w - ? -? n
G.J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
420 South Third Street
QCAfcA FO-IIDA

Wl. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN

Graduate of the United States" Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
located at the Jones Hospital on Sonth
First Street. Wwt
OCALA, FLORIP'-.
All Calls Promptly Anstvered.
M'lVER& MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Erabalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OffEX, Funeral Director.
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balniers
balniers Em-balniers and Fully Guaranteed.
EDWARD DRAKE"

CIVIL. ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building nans, Blue Print3
tnd Specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-reyed
reyed Sur-reyed and Platted. Close Estimate?
Dade on Erection of Buildings of any
Character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Rotra 27, Ilolder Illocfc
OCAIiA - FLORIDA

Alderman Jonr Annnrr Mr. Cams la
Regard to the Electric Light and
Power Question
Ocala, Fla., November 27, 1911.
Mr. YL C. Camp, Pres. of the Florida
Power Co.,
Ocala, Florida.
Dear Sir:
In your letter published in the
Ocala Banner of the 2Cth inst., ad addressed
dressed addressed to me, you say you would
like to know of me in a public state statement
ment statement if I favored the city, naming
Ssuch power rates as will enable en enterprising
terprising enterprising citizens to establish a new
ice factory and other industries in
Ocala. I will say most positively
that I am. In your letter of the 2Cth
inst., you have misstated your orign orign-al
al orign-al proposition. You there state you
named the city a rate of 3 cents per
Kw. with a reduction of 2 cents.
Your original proposition was as lol lol-lows:
lows: lol-lows: ."For the first 3G,500 Kw. hours
3 cents per Kw. hour; for the next 18, 18,-250
250 18,-250 Kw. hours 2V2 cents per Kw.
hours, use over and above the afore aforesaid
said aforesaid number of hours. For all cur current
rent current used in any calender month over
and above 54,750 Kw. hours, the rate
of 2 cents per Kw. hour,"
Based on the amount used the past
year by the city, we would have to
pay you the full rate of 3 cents per
Kw. hour. We are now making it for
3 cents; and only running two en engines
gines engines a very few hours of the day at
peak load.
If you or other enterprising citizens
can utilize our surplus power for ice
plant or other industries, I will ad advocate
vocate advocate naming you a rate of 3 cents
per Kw. hour for 36,500 Kw. hours
used per calender month, and 2
cents per Kw. hours for 54,750 Kw.
hours used per calender month, or a

flat rate of 2 cents per Kw. hour for
all used pver this amount per calen calender
der calender month which ia a much lower
rate than you made the city. We
would be able to make you this low
rate by running full blast all the time,
and the city would suffer no loss.
We are advised by the represen representatives
tatives representatives of people making turbine en engines,
gines, engines, that we can install a low pres pressure
sure pressure turbine to utilize our exhaust
steam from our engines now running,
that will produce 150 Kw. per kour ab absolutely
solutely absolutely free of fuel and labor "cost,

and thereby enable us to make a fur further
ther further reduction in charges for power
and for city lighting.
I am informed that water power is
being sold in the Carolinas and Geor Georgia
gia Georgia as low as one half cent per Kw.
hour. Jacksonville in its municipal
plant is making it for less than one
cent per Kw. hour. If ypur power
cost you sp much that you cannot
compete with steam, ypii have a very
poor investment in your water plant.

Many citizens infer from your propo proposition
sition proposition that if you would furnish the
city with current that they would
only have to pay three cents per Kw.
hour for lighting, as against the pres present
ent present price of eight cents. Now if you
will furnish consumers of electricity
for lighting at three cents per Kw.

hour, or make a flat rate of one and
one half cents per Kw. hour to the
city, I feel sure that the proposition
yould be accepted. You know that
you could do either and make money
on account of your facilities for mak making
ing making current. The city council was
practically unamious in rejecting your

proposition and the mayor must have
coincided also, as a member stated
that he had said that he would vetq
your proposition if accepted by Ue
council. I am in favor of doing every
thing in reason to get factories and

enterprises and population here, and
advocate that the city should make

any concession that is conservative

and right, but I do not believe that

the city should be tied up wifh a priv

ately owned ejectrig proposition for

a long term of years, unless it is very

greatly to the city's advantage, and

such would not be the case in your

proposition; for instance we have
had a contract with the Ocala Water
Company for a term of twenty Ave

years, and this contract in the past
ten or fifteen years became very un

satisfactory, not because the water
company has not fulfilled its part of

the agreement, for I believe it haa,

but because we have seen it demon

strated many times that municipal

ownership of public utilities is far
better than public utilities privately

owned.

The eity council is trying to act in

everything for the best interests of

all citizens of Ocala, and in rejectin

your proposition we consider it was

for the good of the city.

I will state that the city Is in bet

ter shape financially than for years

past, and with careful and conserva

tive administration of the city's af affairs
fairs affairs there is no reason why it should

not continue to improve and prosper.

Very truly yours,
H. C. JONES

Receipt and Expenditure for the
Work on the Summerfield and
BeIIevleY Road
The following: is a correct statement
of money subscribed and amount paid
by private subscription and how dis disbursed
bursed disbursed of the Sumrnerfield and Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view hard road: Sub

scribed
Fla. Xat Land Co 1310.00
Nathan Mayo 300.00
E. "W. Smith 123.00
S. U. Campbell 100.00
Gale & Nott 100.00
T. C. Ha'il 100.00
Commercial Bank 50.00
Munroe & Chambliss Bk ".0.00
Marion Hardware Co.. ;"0.00
W. R. Bryant 50.00
A. D. Mitchell 50.00
C. P. Davis 40.00
C. Tremere 35.00
J. W. Davis 30.00

Dr. T. K. Slaughter

23.00

M. A. Dudley 25.00

25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00

W. II. McRainey
Ocala Lbr. & Supply Co.
Ocala Gas Eng. Works
A. G. Gates
Ed Carmiohael
A. H. Moody

S. J. Dillard 25.00

E. J. Jelllson
Knight & Iang
P. D. Blackwell
T. W. Dillard

25.00
25.00

20.00
.... 20.00
15.00
14.00

L. J. Kerby 10.00
D. B. Mayo 10.00
B. B. McWhite 10.00
J. M. Neely 10.00
Dr. W. V. Nevvsom 10.00
H. J. Nichols 10.00
Tompkins & Cobb ..... 16.00
Mclver & MaeKay 10.00
J. M. Tyson 10.00
J. T. Hough 10.00
R. Lj Keating 10.00
H. A. Waterman 10.00
Rhelnauer & Co 10.00
H. J. Wall 10.00

Frank Simmons
J. F. Ricketson
J. D. MeDulTy
E. C. Smith
Dr. A. L. .Izlar
H. M. Hampton ......
F. W. Barse

6.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00

Paid
$310.00
300.00
75.00
100.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
40.00
25.00
30.00
25.00
25.00
23.00
23.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
20.00
20.00
. 15.00
14.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
6.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00

Total

$1000.00

333.35

. $1860.00 $1735.00

How Disbursed
May 6th, 1911, paid to J.

M. Graham, county
treasurer .,
Sept. 15, 1911, paid to J.
M. Graham, county
treasurer
Sept. 16, 1911, paid to J.
M. Graham, county
treasurer
Nov. 7, 1911. paid to J.
M. Graham, county
treasurer
Account of Mclver &
MavKay O, K. by M.
M. Proctor

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Vote 'Gathered on the Danki of Flor Florida'
ida' Florida' Moat Picturesque Stream by
the Star' Special Writer

DOXT POISOX YOURSELF

WITH MERCURY

$1735.00
Nathan Mayo, Committee.
S. IT. Campbell.
Joe W. Davis,

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 Hail's Catarrh
Cure, Frank J. Cheney.
' Sworn to before me and subscribed

In my presence, this 6th day of Decem

ber. A, D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,

(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter

nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.

F- J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c, Take

Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

Silver Springs, Nov. 27. Mr. J. I.
Smoak. who has charge of this beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Marion county resort, registers
largs parties of people who were over
at the Marion County Fair. His motor
boat Roxie very often motors to the
Randal'.', grove at Connor.
As parties who live in the country
get Into Silver Springs, at times, just
at 8:30 Sunday morning for the Con Connor
nor Connor excursion, the boats will not leave
until 9 o'clock.
The crosstie men on the little Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha are up against trouble on ac account
count account of the river being low. The last
raft of ties which floated down stream
bursted all to pieces on the shoals and
sand bars. It was almost impossible
to tow the ties.
The Mills motor boat Sharpshooter,
Capt. Mils, after successfully motor motoring
ing motoring to Palatka and returning on her
maiden voyage, on which trip she had
a cargo of freight and passengers
each way, 'on Sunday night completed
another round trip when she motored
Into Silver Springs and docked at the
Rentz terminals on the water front.
On the down stream trip -Capt. Mills
listed a cargo of hay, from the R. S.
Hall Ocali farm to the Hall turpentine
farm on Norwalk, and several boxes
of oranges shipped from the P. T.
Randall grove at Connor. On the up upstream
stream upstream trip the boat had as cargo mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous freight for merchants at
way landings. Eureka and Silver
Springs and naval stores which to be
shipped ty rail to Fernandina, where
ships load it. Captain Mills will motor
on Wednesday down streams to Nor Norwalk,
walk, Norwalk, Welaka and Palatka, returning
on Sunday afternoon, if possible.
The Wilson Cypress Company's big
dredge ha j moved down to Delks' Bluff
on the Oklawaha. It was tied up Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon with no empties in
sight. The two tugs Margaret and
Rust were on the other end of the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha river then.
The Wilson Cypress Company and
the United States government have
the many best wishes and thanks of
the Tiver -valley in the completion of
their great project of clearing the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha river and Silver Springs run
of the real bad hurricanes and sunk sunken
en sunken logs that intervened and balled up
many a propeller and rudder and stove
holes into hulls. The Wilson Cypress

50.00 '-o- was on ine river at mis wotk some

time over :hree yeafs. Captains Mc Mc-Cloud
Cloud Mc-Cloud andKirby and Starling are the
men in charge of the dredge. The tug
Margaret is commanded by Capt.
Priest, while the Rust is a smaller
vessel and is commanded by various
captains.
In railroad circles the Ocala North Northern
ern Northern at its mill is remodeling several
coaches for its new Ocala-Palatka
trains.
The City of Ocala, Mr. Carmichael's
new boat in construction, still on the
ways in the dancing -pavilion, about
forty per cent completed, was given
last week a rub over and the hull is
now as smooth as can be. It is now
ready for the corking and puttying
and paint. Mr. Frank Mathews, who
is constructing this boat, certainly
knows his trade well. His work is
artistic. Capt Henry Mason, the Con Conner
ner Conner boat builder, assists Mr. Mathews.
Mr. Carmichael, since placing the City
of Ocala in the constructor's hands,
has had so many letters from North Northerners
erners Northerners asking when Ihe vessel, would
be put on the Oklawaha river route as
a daylight boat, that he will probably

put this boat on a regular schedule
run and then construct another one for
the excursion :.'olks.

That' What Yon May Do If Ton Take

Calomel, Because Calomel la a
Form of Merenry
If you ask a druggist for bi

chloride of mercury, he will give it to

ou In a red label bottle marked

POISON. Caloasel is also a chloride

of mercury, as your doctor will tell

ou, and, as everybody knows, mer

cury is poison.

When you think you need a dose of

calomel, instead of whipping your liver

up with the mercury it contains, go to
the Court Pharmacy and pay fifty cents

for a bottle of DodsonV Liver Tone, a

pure vegetable liquid that starts the

liver to action just as surely as cal

omel does and is perfectly mild and
harmless, with no bad after-effects. No
restriction of habit or diet is necessary.

Dodson's Liver Tone gives such per

fect satisfaction In curing constipation

that the Court Pharmacy will give
the money back to any person who

ries it and does not find it a perfect

substitute for calomel.

The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular

November business meeting this after afternoon
noon afternoon at the residence of the secretary
of the union, Mrs. M. M. Little, 115 We-

nona street, at 3 o'clock. After a short

business meeting at'which officers will
be elected for the year 1912, there will
be a program as follows:

Reading, "It's Nobody's Business"

Mrs. Q. E, Peacock.

Tampa convention echoes Mrs. II. C.

Packham.

Piano selection Miss Rhoda Thomas.
Convention echoes Mrs. J. H. Liv

ingston.

Reading, "The Water Wagon" Mrs.
'. H. Strunk.
Echoes from the Milwaukee conven conven-ion
ion conven-ion by members.
Announcements.
Adjournment.

ZEMO MAKES ASTOISHIX

ECZEMA CURES

341.63

10.00

Excellent Mexican Shrimps.
The shrimps from the coast of the
Gulf of Mexico are of good size, gen

erally fully three inches In length and

frequently exceeding this measure measurement.
ment. measurement. They are much larger than
those caught on the British coast and
the north Atlantic coast of the United
States. They are in, fine condition the
year round and may pe caught In the
lagopns any season of the year with without
out without fear of interruption by northers,
at least not for more than a day or so
during any time of the year.

IT STARTLED TIIE WORLD
when the astounding claims were first
made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but
forty years of wonderful cures have
proved them true, and everywhere it is
now known as the best salve on earth
for burns, boils, scalds, sores, cuts,
bruises, sprains, swellings, eczema,
chapped hands, fever sores and piles.
Only 25c. at Tydings & Co.

THOUSANDS DYING

Every day from kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Why suffer death
when a $1 bottle, a sixty-day treat

ment of Hall's Texas Wonder, seldom
fails to cure? Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, Mo, Sold by all druggists.

AUTOMOBILE REPAIR
AP PAIXT COMPANY

The Ocala Automobile Repair and
Paint Co. has opened a shop in the
wooden building, between the city city-market
market city-market and steam laundry, where they
are prepared, with skilled workmen, to
do all kinds of automobil repairing
and finishing, painting, varnishing,
etp., and any kind of fine carpenter
work or cabinet making. We guarantee
workmanship, quick jobs and close
prices. Respectfully,
Ocala Auto Repair & Paint Co.

IS THE AVORLD GROWING BETTER?

In damp, chilly weather there Is al always
ways always a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience its great re relieving
lieving relieving power in rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first

1 twinge. Price, 25c, 50c and $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.

Many things go to prove that it is.

The way thousands are trying to help

others is proof. Among them is Mrs.
W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. H. Find

ing good health by taking Electric

Bitters, she now advises other suffer

ers, everywhere, to take them. "For

years I suffered with stomach and

kidney trouble," she writes. "Every
medicine I used failed till I took Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters. But this great remedy

helped me wonderfully." They'll help

any woman. They're the best tonic
and finest liver and kidney remedy
that's made. Try them. You'll see.
50c. at Tydings & Co.

TEWiPLE THEATER

ONE NIGHT ONLY

Wednesday, Nov, 29

The Biggest CimIy Sueceas of the

Century,

THE CHORUS LADY

BY JAMES FORBES

Author of "The Traveling Salesman"

and "The Commuters,"
One Year at Hackett Theater, X Y,

m Metropolitan Cast, Headed by
MISS ELIZABETH DUNNE
PRICES, 5 CENTS TO fl.50
Seats Ready Monday, Nov. 27.

W. C. T. U. PARLOR MEETING

"AVe Can Prove If
Every day ZEMO gives relief and

cures men, women and children in ev every
ery every city and town in America whose
skins are on fire with torturing EC ECZEMA
ZEMA ECZEMA rashes and other itching, burn-

ng, scaly and crusted skin and scalp

humors.

ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC)

SOAP, two refined preparations will
give you such quick relief that you
will feel like a new person.

We give you three reasons why we

recommend and endorse ZEMO and
ZEMO SOAP for all skin and scalp
eruptions.

1st. They are clean, scientific prep

arations that give universal satisfac

tion and are pleasant and agreeable to
use at all times.

2nd. They are not experiments, but

are proven cures for every form of
skin or scalp affections whether on in infants
fants infants or grown persons.

3rd. They work on a new principle.

They do not glaze over the surface,
but they penetrate to the seat of the

trouble and draw the germ life from
underneath the skin and destroy It. In

this way a complete cure i3 effected In

any case of SKIN OR SCALP ERUPTION.

Endorsed and sold in Ocala by the

Postoffice Drugstore. 1.

Valid Objection.
One of the funniest things that has

been said in Richmond lately was
overheard the other day in West
Franklin street. Two colored women

were talking. One of them said: "I
wouldn't go to North Carolina," "Why
wouldn't you go to North Carolina?"
asked the other, and this surprising
answer came to the question: "I
wouldn't go to North Carolina be

cause North Carolina is so close to

South Carolina." Richmond Times-

Dispatch.

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

son, cured herself and her whole fam

ily with Foley's Honey and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Everyone in our neighborhood
speaks highly of It." Sold by the Court
Pharmacy.

ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCO LATERS

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

A DURGLAR'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.

JERRY BURNETT

TlfE TAILOR
Who Is Now In TTls 7fw BuIIdlns,
Corner South First and Magnolia
Streets- Phone 73

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

For coughing, dryness and tickling
in the throat, hoarseness and all
coughs and colds, take Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. Contains no
opiates. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

WINTER
PIECE

SAMPLES

GOODS
N STOCK

AD

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

Metal Shingles.
A man In South Carolina has patent

ed a shingle made of metal which re resembles
sembles resembles the wooden ones In size and
shape. Bnt the metal shingles inter interlock
lock interlock hy means of a series of ribs and
channels.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and
may be taken with perfect safety by
the most delicate woman r the young youngest
est youngest child. The old and feeble will also
find them a most suitable remedy for
aiding and strengthening their weak weakened
ened weakened digestion and for regulating the
bowels. For sale by all dealers.

Pictures iramed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month,
either.

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

KEEP C0TME

e irs

1

COLD

Phoenix Mufflers
Flannette Night
Robes
Flannelette Pajamas
Wool Underwear
Wool Fleece Underwear

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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, HECH HECH-WEAR,
WEAR, HECH-WEAR, BELTS, ETC., is one of our specials and is well
worth seeing.
A very pretty line of FANCY VESTS, also DATQ
ROBES and PAJAMAS.
SWEATERS of all colors and sizes.
All we"ask of the public is to let us show them
the goods. Come in to see us. J
M. A. VVatt2irimaini
THE HABERDASHERY MERCHANTS' CLOCK

Call op Phone 300 and Let as Give an EsUnale oa Ycsr

PLUSViBflN

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Wcrk in Onr Lists
As we employ none but expert we are In position to cnarantee
try pleee of work we eonstrnet to stand the Inspection of the smost
rleld Inspectors. It costs nothing; to n;et ear Agra re nnd yon art the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give na a trial.
M. W. TUCKER

FORT KIXG BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA

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

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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OCAIiA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1911

OGALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.

R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. II. iSenjamin, Editor.

WILLIAM NELSON CAMP

FIRE DRILL AT THE IIIOII SCHOOL

Professor Workman informs the Star
that the Are drill which was in prac practice
tice practice at the high school up to a few
months ago is to be instituted again
very soon and not to be discontinued
again. It seems that Mr. Workman
found himself face to face with the
question, a term or so ago, of stopping
the fire drill or losing a highly efficient
but nervous teacher, who was agitated
almost to the point of prostration by
the excitement that she couldn't re repress
press repress whenever the drill commenced.
As she deserved great consideration
on account of her efficiency and length
of service in the school, Mr. Workman
chose what he considered the least of
two evils. This lady having abandon abandoned
ed abandoned the profession of teaching for that
of matrimony, the professor will rein rein-stitute
stitute rein-stitute his fire drill, and the parents of
all the high school pupils will feel
easier. The Ocala High School was
one ,of the first public schools In the
state to adopt a fire drill and had one
of the best. "When it is in full working
order again, the Star promises Itself
the treat of seeing the performance.

The city was saddened last night to
learn of the death of Col. W. N. Camp,
which occurred at his home In the
southeastern part of the city at 6:15
o'clock.
Colonel Camp visited the fair on
Tuesday and Wednesday and Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night suffered a severe attack of

indigestion and was compelled to re-jstae organization of
main in bed. But on Saturday he was j rit ian Te:nierance

MISS ELLEN M. STONE
AT THE METHODIST CHURCH

THANKSGIVING

A word to the folks called Metho-

tv,- attntivp smdienr-e !'ii.s. lei us ie tnanniui. uoa nas

which filled every seat in the church been good to us through the live-long
last nitrht was a compliment to the "ar- There has been little illness. In

-:a memor.mp or 43

noble institution

personality of Miss Ftone and an

preciation of the
which sent her he-re, :
ergy and enterprise

a;

we have lost but

two.

of

Brother Daniel A. Mdler and Sis-

. Wallace. These lived and

Tho rir.r'.la ; wruugn; wen me -Masters win, tin

the Woman's ripened age. and each quietly laid down
Union backed i a well spent life here, to take up an

r it is to (he en- -aney

.wrought well

so much improved tnat nis aaugnier. by tne untiring efforts of the of fleers 111 oa s n -? v.mr
Mrs. Fitch, who had been in Ocala for j f thp local union that the people of membership has witnessed during the

Ocala are indebted for the opportunity j year a net increase of 112. with sev-

to ee and listen to thus vonaeriui f'"i- ct irlc,,uUU.

woman.

POLITICAL PREDICTIONS

John T. Lewis, E. C. McLeod and the
editor met on the Coast Line platform
when No. 9 came in last night.
"Going home, John?" queried the
scribe.

"No," said Mr. Lewis, "I'm going
across the river to inspect the camps

over there. It is my last round. I

have been in office two months less
than five years and Wednesday night

T will be through."
The scribe looked at Mr. McLeod

he' queried.

"He's going to run for sheriff." Mr.

McLeod replied.

"Do you reckon his legs are long
ejiough?" asked the editor, thinking of
the steps John P. Galloway can take

when he is in a really, truly hurry.

"He will carry Precinct 29," said

Mac.

The scribe reached for his pocket

pad.

"Tell them also said Mac. "that

twenty-nine is solid for Bill Milton

for governor, for Phillips for Congress
and for William Gist of Mcintosh for

commissioner o agriculture."

"Mac." said the scribe, "this Is a
straight tin on the races, and I will

now proceed to book a few bets."

During the almost five years that
John T. Lewis has been inspector of
the state convict camps, the Star has

not heard any criticism of his work, or

seen any but good words for him In
print. He seems to have' discharged
his duties with vigilance and impar

tiality, and the manner in which he has
filled his office has been a credit to

himself and an honor to his county.

SHOULD RUN ON SUNDAYS

Quite a number of people have sug

gested to the Star recently the advis advisability
ability advisability of the Atlantic Coast Line add

ing Sunday service to the Ocala-Lake

land schedule, which now runs only
six days In the week. It is a very
paying train, there being a considera considerable
ble considerable number of passengers in and out
of Ocala on it every day, and those fa familiar
miliar familiar with conditions along the line
say it would be better patronized on
Sunday than any other day. The Star
recommends the Coast Line officials
to look into the matter and see If it
will not pay them to run the train on
Sundays.

several weeks, returned to her home.
On Sunday morning he sat up for a
short while and was feeling so much
better and in such cheerful spirits that

when a few moments later he sank into

stupor his family were greatly

alarmed and sent for their Ocala phy-

ician and their former physician. Dr.

DePass of Gainesville, but on teunaay
night all hope of his recovery was

abandoned. He was unconscious irom

unday morning until hi3 death.
Colonel Camp was born on a farm

near ranKiin, lrginia, sixiy-iuui

ears ago. He sold it about the time

of the discovery of phosphate in Flor

ida and immediately came here on a

our of inspection. He quickly grasped

ts possibilities and secured options on

properties rich in phosphate deposits

and at the time of his death was, per

haps, the largest phosphate operator

in Florida. His operations, however,

did not begin nor end here. Having

the most boundless faith in the future

of Florida he engaged in a multiplic

ity of enterprises all of which prosper prospered
ed prospered under his management.

He bought large prairie lands in

South Florida and was about to enter
upon draining a large body of 'land in
Payne's prairie in Alachua county at

the time of his death. He developed

an immense orange grove at Istachatta

in Hernando county and was engaged
with his brotlfers In the milling busi

ness and in the manufacture of brick.

He erected large electric power

works at Roanoke. a., and uvea to
see the completion of the large electric
power plant on the Withlacoochee riv

er which he originated and the com

pletion of which cost several hundred

thousand dollars.

Colonel Camp and his family came to

Ocala from Albion in Levy county

about nine years ago. They at nce
Identified themselves with the business
and social affairs of our city, and there

have been few public matters to the
front since his arrival here that have
not felt the help and influence of Col Colonel
onel Colonel Camp He was a most genial gen

tleman, treating all with a simple

kindly courtesy that won and held the

friendship of all.

Colonel Camp reared a large family
of sons and daughters whom with his
widow, who was Miss Texanna Gay. of
Suffolk, Va., survive him. His four
sons, Messrs. Clarence, Clifton, Jack
and William Camp, all reside In this
city. His daughters are Mrs. George
F. Armstrong, of Savannah, Mrs. Edward-
F. Fitch, of Chicago, and Miss
Leta Camp, who Is a student at Sweet
Briar College in Virginia. Colonel
Camp is also survived by four brothers,
Dr. B. F. Camp, of White Springs, and
Messrs. Paul D., Robert J. and James
Camp, and sister, Mrs. Jennie Xorfleet,
all of Franklin, Va. He also leaves
ten grandchildren. The members of
the family were all summoned Monday

to his bedside and a number of other

relatives will arrive today and tomor

row when the arrangements for the

funeral will be announced.

The funeral, services will be eon-

ducted from the residence at 2:30 to

morrow, Wednesday afternoon, by Rev.

J. D. Chapman, pastor of the Baptist

church, assisted by Dr. W. H. Dodge

pastor of the Presbyterian church. The

body will be laid to rest in Greenwood

rftmeterv in a vault whieh Mclver &

MacKay, who have charge of the fun
eral arrangements, had constructed to
day.

The pall bearers will be: Messrs.

Frank Drake. J. Carstens, C. S. Cullen,

J. R. Williams, J. E. Chace, W. B. Tay

lor. J. L. Edwards and F. B. Beckham.

THE OCALA SPIRIT

Chas. E. Jones. Claude L'Engle's
live wire assistant on Dixie, says in
the recent Issue of that paper:
"Ocala is planning for a judicious
advertising campaign and will estab establish
lish establish a publicity bureau in Jacksonville.
Ocala is one of the most interesting
and progressive towns In the South.
It is surrounded by a county most fer fertile
tile fertile and a citizenship that is creditable
to the state. It has great industries
and two of the best newspapers in
Florida. Ocala should get and remain
in the limelight. It has wonderful op opportunities
portunities opportunities and Its enterprising peo people
ple people should keep 'everlastingly at It.'
"There's plenty of brains in Ocala
to'make it a great city. It ranks high
in morals and the Banner and the Star
work in unison for everything tending
to the public good. Visitors from other
states should see Ocala because it is
one of Florida's best cities and it Is
an inviting field for investments. The
Ocala spirit is about to 'assert itself
and I am rejoiced to know it."

AN OCALA BOPS ADVANCE

The friends of Como D. Massey, now
In the Pittsburg office of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society, will be glad
to see this favorable notice of him tak-
. en from the dally bulletin of tne Ed Edward
ward Edward A. Woods agency.
"Como Dowd Massey was advanced
to the Five Tear Corps of the Pitts Pittsburg
burg Pittsburg Veteran Legion at Thursday's
business session of the convention.
While just completing five years with
this agency, he has been continuously
'associated with the Equitable for over
thirteen years, having first entered the
society's services in June, 1898, as a
clerk in the Chicago office."

Nanking, which the Chinese revolu revolutionists
tionists revolutionists are besieging, and will proba probably
bly probably take, was the ancient capital of
the Chinese kings, who "reigned before
the imperial dynasty which set' up, its
Throne at Pekin and was overthrown
by the Manchus. If the revolutionists
win. It will probably be the capital
again, as it is much better situated
than Pekin.

Col. Theodore Roosevelt formally
announces that he will not be a candi candidate
date candidate for president on the republican
ticket, or any other ticket, next year.
The colonel heeds no Daniel to help
him read the handwriting on the wall.

The people of Clearwater are excit excited
ed excited over a criminal assault made on a
white woman near that city Sunday by
a negro. The criminal escaped in the
direction of Tampa and all Hillsboro
is up in arms and looking for him.

The remains of Henry. Clay Beattie,
Jr., were laid to rest Sunday in Maury
ce'metery, Richmond, beside those of
his murdered wife. If there is any
hereafter, she will probably be the first
to forgive him.

It Is estimated that at least sixty
thousand democrats will vote in the
Florida primaries next year.

Guild ba7aar and oyster supper -will
be held at Elka' hall Tuesday, Dec. 5th.

MONTEZUMA HOTEL ARRIVALS

Miss Stone is not merely an object
of accidental notoriety, but a highly

cuueaieu I'i'.i u. i t i u i ...... j
ic speaker, whose heart and soul is in j
the cause she represent? and the j

splendid work now being done by tne (
W. C. T. U.
Miss Stone commence by savin ir
that she did not intend to take up the
time by going into the harrowing de details
tails details of her capture and captivity by
Bulgarian bandits. she incidentally re remarked
marked remarked that one could find .something
along that line in the dime novel. She
spoke of the efforts being male in

China, backed by the authorities of

some European countries to throw off

the curse of the opium habit ami
drawing a parallel between that fear

ful curse and that of the licensed sa saloon
loon saloon in this country, she demanded of
the men what they were doing to sup suppress
press suppress it. She used statistics and il illustrations,
lustrations, illustrations, bringing a vivid picture to
the minds of everyone in the audience
of the difference even in our own
state between those countries and
those towns from which the saloon had
been driven out of business and those
where it still remained, and used the
city of Palatka with its new found life,
its beauty and its government as a
shining example of what can be ac accomplished
complished accomplished in a dry town. The speak speaker
er speaker however realized that the audience
would like to hear of the events which

led to her name and her capture for

months being the chief topic of con

versation and the principal item of

news for the people of the whole
world. And for thirty minutes she gave

most dramatic account of those

events. She told of how impossible it

was for anyone to follow the track

of herself and fellow prisoner as they
were taken from place to place every
night and with the exception of two
or three nights the whole of the night

time for 172 days was spent in going

from place to place and having a fresh

hidinsr nlaee each day. She tried to

depict the horrors of those days and

those nights, when a specified time wa

set for their execution, and with a full

knowledge that recapture was lmpossi

ble and unless a ransom was paid there

was nothing before them but death

and eternity; of the efforts being put

forth in this country for their release
they had but little knowledge, as their
captors held absolutely no intercourse

with them. She spoke most vividly of

the inability of the United States gov

ernment to do anything in their behalf

and of the strenuous exertions of her

relatives and friends to raise the

amount of ransom demanded. And

when finally they found that one morn

ing their captors had vanished leaving

a couple of horses and a small amount

of food, they realized that at last they

were free and must find their way

back to civilization as best they could

In conclusion she told of the bill in
Congress to reimburse those who had

so erenerouslv contributed to the fund

for her ransom. how that bill had

passed the. lower house but had been
held up in the Senate through the ex exigencies
igencies exigencies of polities.
The Revs. W. II. Coleman, J. D.
Chapman and J. B. Ley were present
and took part in the exercises, white a
solo by Miss Downs was rendered in a
most artistic manner, and a duet by
Frank ami Mary Gates was given with
a sweetness which touched all hearts.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton presided at the
piano in her usually brilliant and ex exquisite
quisite exquisite manner.
Mrs. H. C. Packham, the president of
the Ocala Union, had charge of the
meeting and introduced the speakers.

All the interests of God's kingdom as
they are committed to our hands have
prospered. Our auxiliary societies have

! all grown. Our Sunday school has in

creased. Our finances are fairly well
up fr the year, with pro.-peets of a
full rej.ort to conference. Our prop property
erty property values have increased by more

han $,000, while our indebtedness is

nerely nominal.

Have we not much cause as a church

for thanksgiving? Shall we withhold

This note is to urge you one and all.

so far as it mav e possible for you

to do so. to meet on tomorrow, Wed

nesday night, at the time and place

for our midweek prayer, that we may

engage m a general public act or giai

thanksgiving.

Affectionately your pastor.
John B. Ley.
Ocala. Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1311.

J. G. Spurlin. Lake Weir: F. C. Sem-

mes. Savannah: Geo. E. Bobbins, Live

Oak; Dr. J. H. Willis, Lake Weir; C.

C. Rawls. Stephensville; Hugh Boring,

Jacksonville; W. A. Jordan, Gaines

ville: Donl. Goldstein, Atlanta; J. H.

Marsh and wife. Cincinnati; H. B. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Fort McCoy; J. M. Young, Odessa:
H. J. Nichols, Wildwood; R. V. Ross,
New Orleans: John T. Lewis, W. C.

Jordan. Florida; C. H. Witt, Tampa; C,

E. Stevenson, Jacksonville; O. C.

Weems. Rome, Ga.; J. C. McCraw.

Gainesville; Wm. A. Howse, Orlando

S. T. Rou, Lowell; W. T. Mcllwaln.

Lakeland; Z. Spink-, Whitney; J. C. K
Bridges, Coleman; J. H. Schligel, Nor

folk; Jno. J. Oglet and wife. Fort

Wayne, Ind.; Mrs. A. O. Eshelman.
Carlyle, Ills.; F. Pritchett, Baltimore:

T B. Lanier, Tavares; E. T. Young
Inverness.

FARMERS' INSTITUTE TRAIN

This educational train, which the

Atlantic Coast Line is patriotically
running over its lines, will be here at

6 o'clock this evening, and will re

main till 11 a. m. tomorrow. It will
be well worth seeing not only by far farmers
mers farmers but by any business men wiio

will pay it a visit.

HYMEN'S HALTER

the past few days

following marriage

Judge Bell, in
has issued the

licenses:
Ezra Lennon and Elvie Newberry

Edwin D. Priest and Pearl Kelsey,

Jesse K. Kingsley and Mamie Boyd

Fletcher W. Yonge and Sarah Alice

Burnett, Edgar E. Barnes and Emily

Davis.

SURPRISES AT SAVANNAH

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Ralph Mulford a ew Champion, and

Ilurnian and Ilruer Drown far
Tlehlnd In the Haw
Grand I'rize Race Course, Savannah,

Ga.. Nov. 28. When a white streak

flashed by the judges' stand late yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the finish of the seventh
Vanderbilt cup race, the American au

tomobile world hailed Ralph K. Mul

ford. driver of a Lozier car, as a new

champion.

Not only had Mulford lowered all

previous anderbilt records but he
also had surpassed the San Monica

performance of Harvey Herrick by

covering zvz miles at an average ot

74.63 miles an hour. At that he was
pushed to win the nerve racking 292 292-mile
mile 292-mile contest by Ralph de Palma, the
brilliant driver of a French Mercedes.
De Palma finished just a little more
than two minutes behind the winner
and eight minutes in advance of the
other Mercedes entrant. Spencer Wish Wish-art.
art. Wish-art. Only six of the fourteen cars to start
were in at the finish and much to the
surprise of everyone such stars -as
Bob Burman, the "Speed King," and
David Bruce Brown. winner of last
year's Grand Prize race were among
those forced to drop out through the
defection of their racing machines.
Other Prize Winner
Ilughie Hughes, driving a Mercer,
broke the former Vanderbilt record in
winning the Savannah challenge
trophy light ear race, traveling a dis distance
tance distance of 222.28 miles at an average
speed of 6S.4.
Seven cars participated in this event
which was run simultaneously with
the Tiedman trophy contest for light
cars previous to the Vanderbilt race.
Frank Witt drove an E. M. F. to
victory in the Tledeman at an average
speed of 58.31 for the 171.10 miles. E.
M. F. cars also won second and third
place in this race.

From Far and Near People are Flocking to this Amazing
Event. No Sale has ever scored such a tremendous success.
From miles around thrifty people are hastening to secure
the wonderful bargains in home furnishings this great event

offers. People come, buy and go away to tell their friends.

Every dollar's worth of home furnishings in our store must
be sold. Therefore, we have not reckoned costs or profits
and goods are going at less than manufacturers cost.
Will you come here tomorrow and let us prove to you that
this is the Greatest Money-Saving Opportunity, you have
ever known? .' .'

BOBBFTT'S CASH
GROCERY
Where
the
DOLLAR
Does
Its
Duty

IPlhioo3

OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS

E. Hamilton, A. E. Deavers, L. Hamm,
W: M. Solomon, J. W. Wilkerson, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; H. R. Thomas, Atlanta; A. Ab Abraham,
raham, Abraham, New York; W. M. Young,
Louisville; M. P. Hannon, Gainesville;
A. A. Arnot. Atlanta; Thos. F. More,
Sumter, S. C; Edward Kay, Chicago;
W. T. Chitty, St. Ixuis; A. R. Mande Mande-ville,
ville, Mande-ville, Rochester, N. Y.; A. N. Goodwin,
Lake Butler; H. M. Bloggett, Inter Inter-lachen;
lachen; Inter-lachen; H. W. Hammond, W. L. Bene Benedict,
dict, Benedict, Syracuse, N. Y. ; J. C. Ausley, Slo Slo-cumb,
cumb, Slo-cumb, Ala.; R. D. Broswell, L. T. Col Col-kins,
kins, Col-kins, J. S. Jones, John Pendrel, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; C. A. Schoen, Toledo; F H.
Leslie, Chicago; F. Lengsfield, New
Orleans; C. H. Smith. Atlanta: C. W.
Arnell. Reno; C. W. Jones, Atlanta; A.
W. Mills, Valdosta; G. F. Johnson,
Centralia. T. C. R. Jenifer, Baltimore;
E. M. Mitchell, Jacksonville; M. D.
Abrams. Cincinnati; C. F. Hamilton and
wife, Gainesville; R. J. Baker, iiomo iiomo-sassa,
sassa, iiomo-sassa, Claude. Roper. Atlanta.

Rugs and Art Squares
24x28 inch Crex Grass Rugs, AQ
value 7oc, for TrJC
27x54 inch Crex Grass Rugs. PA
value, $1, for OiC
30x60 inch Crex Grass Rugs,
value, $1.25, for I iC
36x72 inch Crex Grass Rugs, Aft
value $1.50, for tOC
27x54 inch Velvet Rugs, 1
value, $1.50, for . P X 1U
36x72 inch Velvet Rugs, dA oq
value, $4, for P07
27x54 inch Hartford X-minister
Rugs, value $3.00, t -Q
for OJ
3Gx72 inch Hartford X-minister
Rugs, value, $5,00, 2 S4

30x60 inch Smyrna Rugs, nft
value, $1.50, for OOC
6x9-ft Crex Grass Art JQ
Squares, value $5, for
8xl0-ft Crex Grass Art QO
Squares, value $7, for VTtlO
9xl2-ft Crex Grass Art f ACk
Squares, value $10, forpOT"7
7x9-ft Granite Art fcO
Squares, value $4, for
9xl2-ft Granite Art do Af
Squares, value $6, for J)5

Bed Spreads

$1.50 values
for.
$1.75 values,
for. ..... . .
$2.00 values,
for. .... . ......
$3.50 Satin Finish
Spreads, for. ...

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

98c
$1.25
$1.49
$2.23

Sheets

72x90, 50c, values,;
f OI f
Slx90, 75c. values,
for
81x90, $1 values,
for

37c
59c
69c

Dress Linen

Table Damask

REST AND HEAITH
TO MOTHER AND CHILD

Pure Food or Poor food?
When so eminsnt a food expert as Dr.
Wiley not only approves, but actually
advocates the use of a product, you may
be absolutely assured of its' purity and
healthfulness. In a recent speech Dr.
Wiley commended in strongest terms
the use of Cotton Oil as one of our most
valuable food constituents, stating that
undoubtedly better health would follow
its general use. Cottolene the perfect
shortening has teen the leading product
in Cotton Oil cooking fats for over a
quarter of a century. You will find the
doctors all with you when you use Cotto Cottolene
lene Cottolene ia place of hog fat.

LOST A pointer puppy, five month?
old, white with brown head and ears
and brown spot on back. Return same
to 61 Sanchez street and receive reward.

"I do not believe there Is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamberlain's Cougrh Remedy,"
writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction
City, Ore. This remedy is also un unsurpassed
surpassed unsurpassed for colds and croup. For
sale by all deale.-s.

FOR SALE KentucKy mules and
horses. Cash or credit. Come around
and lets talk it over. Inquire Veteri Veterinary
nary Veterinary Stable, Harrell Johnson & Co.

HER FRIEND'S
GOOD ADVICE
The Results Made This Newburg
Lady Glad She Followed
Suggestion.
Newburg, Ala. "For more than a
year," writes Myrtle Cothrum, of this
place, "I suffered with terrible pains ia
my back and head. I had a sallow
complexion, and my face was covered
with pimples. Our family doctor only
gave me temporary relief.
A friend of mine advised me to try
Cardui, so I began taking it, at once,
and with the best results, for I was
cured after taking two bottles. Sly
mother and my aunt have also used
Cardui and were greatly benefited.
I shall always praise Cardui to sick
and suffering women."
Cardui is a purely vegetable, per perfectly
fectly perfectly harmless, tonic remedy for wo women,
men, women, and will benefit young and old.
Its ingredients are mild herbs, hav having
ing having a gentle, tonic effect, on the wo womanly
manly womanly constitution.
Cardui has helped a million women
back to health and strength.
Have you tried it? If not, please
do. It may be just what yoa need.
N. B Write to: Laiies' Advisory Dert-. Cha"s Cha"s-nooga
nooga Cha"s-nooga MrJicine Co.. Chattanooga, Ter.n.. for e-ptcvil
Instruct mm, zr.i 64-paje bork. Home Treatment
for Women." sent ia pU-a wrapper, oo reaeit.

Mrs. WIXSLOW'S -SOOTHING SYRUP
ha. been used for over SIXTY YEARS
bv 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. Ba
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothiner Syrup." and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle

WANTED TO EXCHANGE
Florida land for light, five-passenger
automobile. Car must be in first class
condition. Call on or write, J. W.
Hood, M. D., Ocala, Fla.

TO ClllE A COLD IN ONE DAT
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.

PHI SIGMA NIGHT CLASS
IN GRAMMAR AND ARITHMETIC
Three nights, a week Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday for boys and girls
who cannot attend day school. Hours
from 7 to 9 p. m. $5 for four weeks.
Taught by George C. Looney. School
room at 62 Fort King avenue, Ocala,
Florida. Direct, personal assistance to
each pupil.

COUGHING AT NIGHT
Means lo?s of sleep which Is bad for
everyone. Folev's Honey and Tar

60-inch Cotton Damask, 35c.
values for ........ ...
60-inch Pure Linen Damask,
65c. values, for
70-inch Pure Linen weft Dam Damask,
ask, Damask, 65c. values, for ......
70-inch Pure Linene Dam Damask,
ask, Damask, 85c. values, for
72-inch Mercerized Damask,
9 0c. values, for . . .
72-inch Pure Linen Dam Damask,
ask, Damask, $1.25 values, for. .

72-inch Pure Linen
Damask, $1,50 values

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

$1.19

Lawn,

Towels
Small Hand Towels, value 5c.
for 5C
18x36-inch Huck Towels, f
value, 15c, for 1UC
20x40-inch Huck Towels, 15c. r
value, for 1UC
18x38-inch Crocheted Towels,
value, 15c, for 1UC
Extra large Linen Towels, in
value, 25c, for xC
Bath Towels and Other Kinds at
Greatly Reduced Prices.

36-inch Pure Linen

39c. values, for
36-inch Pure Linen Suitings,
50c values, for .
36-inch Pure Linen Front Fronting,
ing, Fronting, 50c. values, for
36-inch Butcher's Linen,
50c. values, for
40-inch Lingerie, the very
best, 50c. values, 'for,. .
36-inch Brown Dress Linens,
30c. values, at

3 6-inch Brown" Dress Linen,

Linen weft, 25c. values,
at. .
Dress Linen, assorted colors,
20c. values, at ....
Fancy Stripe Linen, nice for
suits, 25c. values, for.
90-inch White Linen, heavy,
$1.25 values, at

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

pure

15c
10c
19c
79c

Other Great Values

90-inch Linen Sheeting,
$1,50 values, for
Unbleached Sheeting, 9-4, i a
25c. values at XiC
Pepperal Bleached Sheeting, no
9-4, 30c. value, at
Unbleached Sheeting, full (-
width, 7c. values, at .... OC
Bleached Sheeting, 7-8 yard (
width, 8c. values, at OC
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheet-
ing, 8c. values, at . . OC
4-4 Bleached Sheeting, no 7
starch, 10c. values, at . C

Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting, mj
9c. values, at.'.,.. ..... C

Simpson's Percales and Cali- rf

coes. Sc. values, at OC
36-inch Percales, light and dark O
colors, 12c. values, at .. OC
Chambra3's, all assorted fast
colors. 10c. values at .. OC

Amoskeag Apron Ginghams, assorted
checks, 10c. values, r j

at..... C

The best Dress Ginghams made o

in. America, 12c. values, at OW
Fancy Dress Ginghams, also AlU
Apron Checks 6c values atfr2C
Galatea, the best cloth for 1 A
suitings, 15c. values, at 1UC
Poplins, all colors and fancy 1
stripes, 25c values, at.. IOC
Shepherd Plaid Suitings, assorted
checks, 12c. values, 32C
Outing Flannels in all shades, t
10c. and 12c values, at . OC
Light Color Calicoes, Cc. values A
at... .:. tC
Good Grade Dress Cheviots, t
12c. values, at ........ .. OC
Covert Cloths, assorted fast "1
colors, 15c .values, at .. JLUC
Yard-wide Unbleached Cheese Q
Cloth, 5c values, at ... . 3C
32-inch Worsteds, assorted, Q
colors, 35c. values, at .. AC
42-inch Satin Striped Worsteds, all
wool, $1.50 values, 7 A
at. ... fjrQ
34-inch Diagonal Striped OA
Serges, 75c. values, at . 0C
50-inch Mohairs, assorted QO
colors, 60c. values, at . ptC
52-inch Broad Cloths, assort- 7A
ed colors, $1.50 values, at frC
Dotted Suesine Silk, worth Q
35c, assorted colors, at.". XcfC
Fancy Summer Silks, Fou- Oyl
lard patterns, worth 75c. jbfrC
Heavy Silk Finished Corded aa
Repp, 50c values, at . C
Mercerized Foulards, assorts- q
ed patterns, 25c. values, XC
Elektra Cloth, suitable for Q
children's dresses, at .. .. OC
Fine White Dress Goods, m r
25c values, at XlC
39-inch Unbleached Sea Island
Cdlton, 8c. values, for .. OC
4 2-inch Bleached Pillow ni
Casing, 13c values, at '. O 2C
Black and Blue Duck, 10c o
values, at OC
Colored Dress Lawns, 5c val- o
ues, at 3C

SOFT WATER TANKS
Have you seen the tanks the Ocala
Plumbing: & Electric Company is mak making
ing making to hold rain water from the roof
of your dwelling? If not, see them.

Compound stops the coug'h at once, re- j
lieves the tickling and dryness in the' J. E. Parker, 2021 No. 10th St., Ft.
throat and heals the inflamed mem- j Smith, Ark., says that he had taken
branes. Prevents a cold developing many kinds of kidney medicine, but

into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always In the house. Refuse substi substitutes.
tutes. substitutes. Sold by Curt Pharmacy.

IllfiGV FO SAI.K

An open buiriry with extra back

jseat in first class condition; jrood rub rub-jber
jber rub-jber tires and newly painted. Apply
I to phone 1ST.
i

did not get better until he took Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. No matter how long
you have had kidney trouble, you will
find quick and permanent benefit by

the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start j

taking them now. Sold by the Court
Pharmacy.

Of

NOTICE
Application for Pardon

j Notice is hereby given that the un-

ihiihihi., iifc.-u- idersigned, Sheriff Elye, will apply to
ACHE, ERVOlSE :the Honorable Pardoning Board at
and rheumatism, both in men and wo-I Tallahassee, Florida, on the 4th day of
men, mean kidney trouble. Do not al- j December, A. D. 1911. for a pardon from
low i; to progress beyond the reach of a conviction and sentence by the cir cir-medicine
medicine cir-medicine but stop in promptly with'cuit court of Marion county. Florida.
Foley Kidney Pills. They reguate the dated the 15th day of May. 1&08, where where-action
action where-action of th urinary orzans. Tonic in I in he was convicted of an assault with

fOIEY'S 0RIN01AXAT1YE
on Stcmacm Tbouble drd CofSTiPATlQH

action, quick in res
Court Pharmacy.

roTTAfiK FOR REM

A neat, new cottage for rent, pos possession
session possession Dec. 1st. Apply to C. E.
Thomas, Maron Hardware Co.

Sold by the! attempt to murder Lizzie Blye and sen

tenced to a term of ten years in the
state prison. The said offense occurred
at Home's still, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, November 27th, 1907, and the con conviction
viction conviction thereof was had at Ocala, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, on May 15th. 1S08.
Sheriff Blye.

rvn

U U 21

For the Bowels
A Cure for Chronic Constipation, Torpid Liver
and Irregular Bowel Movements.
Constipation Is ths most common disorder of the boweis: It
affects both sexes and all ages but Is more prevalent among
women because their duties In th.e household require less physical
exercise than the occupations of men; therefore cornea suffer
most from its baneful effect. t
A constipated person Is an easy victim when exposed to any
serious disease Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Malaria. Rheumatism,
Small Pox. Yellow Fever and Bright's Disease gather their annual
harvest cf death among: those who are habitually constipated.
Even though, they escape these diseases, such persons are always
ailing more or less. They have headaches, bad digestion, dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, virtlgo (blind staggers), sallow complexion, flatulence, loss
cf strength; and no energy at alL Herblne has a most admirable
effect in the bowels; it is cooling, purifying and regulating. It
puts a prompt" ckeck on biliousness, wind In the bowela, nervous nervousness,
ness, nervousness, heartburn, bad breath, low spirits, drowsiness la the day daytime
time daytime aad nervous wakefulness at night.
Price 50c per Bottle.

jAszsr.exuJtra woprctcii

ST. LCU3, KHXi

For Weak SlSkt or Sore Eyes use Stephens Eye Salve. It
j Sold Am p RceoMMtwotpBvl
ALX DRUUU1STS



OCALA EVENING STAR. Tuesday, November as, 1911

AX AITO ACCIDENT
THE CHORUS LADV

THE VALUE OF A BANK SERVICE
Must be measured by the security and usefulness to
its patrons.
The Commercial Bank offers its patrons absolute
security and a bank service providee to meet the es es-Xecial
Xecial es-Xecial needs of the people of Marion and adjoining
counties.
It is under state supervision. It is managed by
men of wide business experience. It has a capable
and efficient directorate.

In the choice of a bank these facts are
your consideration.

worthy of

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. JosepY
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained c
physical, Intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Ma
niflcant swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dorn
tories, dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO, FLORIDA.

Elks meet this evening'.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

Get it from Beck; get it right.

Mrs. Jake Brown
Sunday.

is expected home

Tally
used at

cards that have never
the Court Pharmacy.

been

Don't forget the oyster supper at the
Elks' Club Dec. 5th.

BOY WANTED Apply to
Bakery by telephone. 11

Carter's

Dr. T. K. Slaughter of Bevon was
in the city today.

Mr. Willie Bullock rested will most
of the nisht and i.s iloinsr well today.

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

guar-

Mr. George MacKay and daughter,
Miss Bessie, spent today in Dunnellon.

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

Colored paper for decorating at the
Ocala News Co.

The .tar regrets to learn that Mr.
K. S. Ausley at the hospital is worse
today.

t ollixlon of Cars of Jake Hrown anil
Df k IJavis on Fort Kins Thin
Two automobiles collided this morn morning
ing morning at 9:S0 on the corner of Fort Kin?
avenue in front of Mrs. Arms boarding
house. Mr. Norton Davis was coming'
down Watula street from the south,
and Mr. L. A. Gable, driving Mr. Jake
Brown's car was coming up "VVatula
street from the north. Neither car
was goin; very fast and when they
saw that they were about to strike.
Mr. Davis applied his brakes and tried
to turn to tue right, up Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, and Mr. Gable did the same, turn turning
ing turning the other way. but struck the Da Davis
vis Davis car. a big Cadillac and turned it
partly around, bent up the fender on
the side that received the blow, and in
skiddinu- along trie rear wheel on the
other sidtf struck the curb and a tele telephone
phone telephone pole and was broken all to
pieces. The Brown car, a Buic-k, was
not so badly damaged. The light was
smashed on that side and the front
spring anl fr:ime bent somewhat, but
the car was aide to go to the garage
under its own power. Mr. Gable with
Mr. William Richey as a passenger had
started to Fustis on his regular rounds
for the Jake Brown Wholesale Grocery.
The wet and slippery condition of
the street and the fact that both cars
had the tops and curtains up and the
windshields were spattered with rain,
w.-re t! causes of the accident.

;oon mown out

If you want to find a good boarding
hou?e at reasonable rates, call up the
Star office.

The Air Dome seldom had a better
Monday night crowd during the sum-

i mer than it had last evening, and ev

erybody found the inclosure comforta comfortable
ble comfortable and the entertainment fine.
Tonight there will be shown "A Gay

Just the cutest, prettiest Christmas
gifts at the guild sale. Elks' Club, Dec.
5th.

FOUND A laprobe on fair grounds
Friday evening. Call at the Star office.

Sheriff Galloway hopes to pry him himself
self himself loose from the wild west show to today.
day. today.

. Ready to wear garments for ladies
and children in late styles at Rhein-auer's.

Judge Bullock and State Attorney
Davis went down to Inverness to re resume
sume resume Citrus county court this morning.

lOO Iiovk' NuitN. aj;e :t to IS yearx,
I' very Kiilt hougrbt a a bargain. Price,
i.-2T, to S nuU. At the Ocala Ilaxaar.

HANDSG1

NEW

9

ORD

CARS

The Methodist monthly tea, at the
home of Mrs. F. A. Uowse yesterday
afternoon, was a most pleasant affair.

at Atlantic
laughable

City,

one of the

subjects ever seen

Time
most

here.
The other two reels will be "Tested
by the Flag," a military drama by the
Vitagraph Company, and "An Insubor Insubordinate
dinate Insubordinate Soldier," a I'athe Indian picture.

tiii: JIKTKOPOMT ax opkka stage
May be sen in my window. Figures of
Caruso, Melba and all the really great
singers are shown. These display cards
cost the Victor Company $5000 to
make. See me for latest records and
needles. A. M. Lansford,
No. 3, North Main St.

STORE FOR RENT
t
Half of front More downMtalr at the
Womlmnr block, next to Tbeun-Zaobery
Furniture bouse, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Itennett, with Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company.

IIXKKKS WILL GIVE THANKS

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

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

Kit; Hue lioy school and dress pants,
Mlxe 3 yearn to IS, price, 25c. to 2 per
pair. At the Ocala Ilaxaar.

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

IUg line t'hrlslmas ties and handker handkerchiefs,
chiefs, handkerchiefs, In boxes for holiday presents.
At the Ocala Daxaar.

Thursday, November 30. being a
legal holiday, the banks of the city will
be closed for" business on that day.
The Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.

ELKS MEET TOXIGIIT

The Elks will hold their regular
twice a month meeting tonight. It Is
very urgent that a good attendance
be present. Every Elk who can do so
should attend this meeting.

CAKE SALE WEUXESDAY

THE FORD SALES AGENCY

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

The Ocala House was putting in a
truck-load of Theus-Zachry's beds today.

IliK job In children's lour shoes,
the goods to know their value.
Gadson at the Ocala Bazaar.

See
See

Just received, carload of bananas, 15
cents per dozen, special price by the
bunch. S. A. Moses & Bro.

01 PAIATKA, FLORIDA

WALTER W. TILGHMAN, Manager
OFFERS

Their handsome new model Ford cars at the following most
astounding prices

Touring Car, 5-Passenger
Delivery Wagon
Torpedo Runabout
Open Runabout -------
Roadster

$740
750
640
640
640

Mrs. George Davis and Mrs. Mazie
Lyles and their little daughters are
visiting friends In Savannah this week.

The ladies of the Tresbyterian
church will hold a cake sale tomorrow
afternoon at the Postofflce Drugstore.
This is the day before Thanksgiving,
and it will greatly aid the housekeep housekeepers
ers housekeepers to be able to secure cakes at this
sale for their Thanksgiving dinner.

IV COMPLIMENT TO A VISITOR

A number of the young men gave a
vqry enjoyable dance at Yonge's Hall
last evening in compliment to Miss
Laura WengeV, of Hernando, who has
been the attractive guest of Miss Flor Flor-rie
rie Flor-rie Condon for the past week. About

a dozen couples enjoyed dancing till
a late hour to the music of the colored
string orchestra. All offer thanks to
the young gentlemen for such a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant evening.

The Bright and Interesting IN ay vthich
Win be at tie Temple Tomorrow
-MSht
'When James Forbes, the author of
"The Traveling Salesman" and "The
Commuters," built the fabric of "The
Chirus Lady."' which comes to the
Temple tomorrow evening, out of a
short story he contributed to Ainslee's
Magazine, he succeeded beyond his
fondest hopes and dreams. As a play,
it will live long in the annals of stage
history. As an entertainment, it has
been seldom, if ever, equalled.
The story concerns the homely char characters
acters characters one meets every day. The cen central
tral central figure, of course, is Tatricia
O'Brien, a chorus girl, who is in love
with Dan Mallory, owner of a racing
stable, of which her father is the train trainer.
er. trainer. Through a series of reverses Mal Mallory
lory Mallory has been compelled to seek a
partner to keep his stable going and
Patricia, arriving home as the play
opens, finds this partner, a rich young
man about town, is trying evilly to in ingratiate
gratiate ingratiate himself into the affections of
Nora, a pretty young sister, who is liv living
ing living at home. Discerning his purpose
at once, Patricia determined to remove
Xora from his influence. The second
act reveals the chorus dressing room
of the Broadway Theater, New York
City, where a number of the members
of a musical comedy chorus are mak-ing-up
for the evening performance.
Xora has again become involved with

Crawford as her betting propensities
have compelled her. to seek aid. At the

same time she has incurred the en enmity
mity enmity of Slyvia Simpson, a scheming
show girl, who to vent her spleen, is

doing all she can to injure the reputa

tion of the little country girL Just at
this particular time, the parents of the

O'Brien girls appear on the1 scene to

make- them a visit, and as might be

expected, complications pile upon each
other rapidly. The third act shifts the
action to Crawford's rooms and makes

matters still .worse, but in the fourth
and concluding act, occurring at the
Harlem Hat of the two sisters, matters
are satisfactorily adjusted, and a hap happy
py happy ending preceded the final curtain.

THE ROSARY

The stage settings in "The Rosary,"
Rowland &. Clifford's play which -will
be seen at the Temple next 5Tonday
night are very unique. The first act
occurs in a wonderfully beautiful
grape arbor, the second and third acts
are laid in a charming interior, show showing
ing showing the atmosphere of serene home
life, while the fourtli is a new church
built by the unbelieving husband for
his friend, the priest. After all the
discussions of the play, a wonderful
effect is attained .by- the peace and
serene quiet of tire .church where the
man and woman who have suffered,
come at last to lay down their burden
and find peace.

Mrs. Oliver Xeal of Charleston Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. M. C. Looney.

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When you marry the girl of your choice a bank account will come
in handy. Besides the man who saves his money Is thought more of
by his employer and is given the position of responsibility over the
man who spends all he makes.
We will pay you four per cent. Interest on the money you put In
our bank and compound the interest every sis. months.

tat safe HatlffiMal Barf

CAPITAL FULLY

PAID IN 97500

JXO. Lb EDWARDS.

H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
Pres. CLARENCE CAMP, Vive Pres.

KRAMER & KLOCK Bl'Y
A FARM AT KE.NDRICK

Messrs. Kramer & Klock have bought
the half interest of Mr. G. W. Ray of
Kendrick, to the fine Dr. Griffin farm,
four miles south of Ocala between the
Lake Weir and Summerfield hard roads.
The farm is highly improved and con contains
tains contains eighty acres. Messrs. Kramer &
Klock bought the Griffin interest in
the farm some time ago and now own
all of the valuable property.

WEATHER FORECAST

Fair north portion, rain central and
south portions tonight; much colder
Wednesday, fair and colder, cold wave
north and central portions.

OYSTER SUPPER AT ELKS' HALL

AT HOME POSTPONED

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

They all nay we are rlht on hal.
Come and nee and sret our price. The
Oeala Raxaar.

AH cars are fully equipped and prices are delivered in
Ocala. Stop one of our new cars, whereever you see it, and
ask for a demonstration. If interested, leave a call for us at
the Star office, or drop a card in the Ocala post-office.

Mr. A. II. Goodwin, after a visit to
his friends in Ocala and vicinity, re returned
turned returned to his home in Lake Butler today.

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

Fine Mules and Horses
: : FOR SALE : :

Mrs. A. II. Blanding. after a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Q. E. Teacock and fam family,
ily, family, returned to her home at Juliette
today.

On account of Mr. Camp's funeral to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon, Mrs. Chace has
postponed her "at home" until Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon, Nov. 30th.

MASTERS CO'S. THANKSGIVING

TEMPLE THEATER
MONDAY DEC. 4th.
Ed. W. Rowland and
Edwin Clifford (Inc.)
Offers

The Rosary
The Great New York, Chicago
and Boston Success. : : :
By Edward E. Rose

Like the Poem and Song

it will live forever.

The Most Beautiful Settings

ever seen on any Stage.
Large Company of Exceptional
Ability.
Prices:- 50, 75, 1,00 and 1.50

At the Elks hall on Tuesday, Dec.
5th, the Guilds of Grace church will
give an oyster supper and sale. There
will be oysters raw, stewed and fried
and coffee and rollsilso a fancy work
booth where pretty things for the
"baby" will' be -found and Christmas
gifts. There will also be booths for
the sale bf cake and fine French candy.
Don't forget the date, as has been ad advertised
vertised advertised for the last fortnight,. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Dec. 5th,: from 4 to 11 p. m.

Our patrons and friends will please
note that our store will be closed on
Thursday, the 30th inst., in observance
of the national Thanksgiving day.
II. B. Masters Co.

- Boy's shoes, the kina
longest, at Rheinauer's.

that wear

WANTED Frying size chickens. I
pay good price. Charles Rodoff, Keat-ing's.

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

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

See u about jonr clothing. Some
igreat valnex In men's pan in, niiKh, ex extra
tra extra eoatn and overcoat. At the Ocala
Ilaxaar.

Astyptodu cought syrup Is good for

young and old. At the Court Pharmacy

FIXE TEV-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 almost
most almost cleared and beautifully located.
For terms and prices, apply to F. "W.
Ditto, Ocala, Fla.

STUDY CLASS AVO MAX'S CLUII
The study class of the "Woman's
Club will meet at the club rooms to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Chairman.

HORSE FOR SALE
A handsome and stylish young mare
for sale. If you want a good, highly

bred animal, call on or phone
Stokes.'

H. D.

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

i

Mr. Ross Chambers, after a pleasant

visit to his father and brother. Messrs.

Everybody was surprised this morn morning
ing morning to And the city enveloped In a
soaking rain. It began shortly after
midnight and came down in torrents
for hours.

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

H. S. and George Chambers, left for his
home in Macon, Ga., today.

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Serve PL.EZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL. to your friends.

When yoj are down town drink
I PLEZOL.

Miss Laura Wenger, who wfas the
popular guest of Miss Florrie Condon
through fair week, left on the early
morning train today for her home at
Hernando.

The latest of the season, selected by
our own buyers in shoes for ladies and
misses; high tops, blacks and tans,
satins and velvets, at Rheinauer's.

Do You Get
Full Measure
When you buy Peas', Beans,
Cranberries, Etc.? Be sure
you are getting -dry and not

liquid measure.
Liquid measure contains 10
quarts to the peck, dry meas measure
ure measure 8 quarts to the peck.

We use DRY measure for
the above articles.
You get full weight and

measure if you trade at
Baxter Cam's.

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

There I3 little danger from a cold
or from an attack of grip except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has won
its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable cures of colds and
grip and can be relied upon with im implicit
plicit implicit confidence. For sale by all dealers.

Men wanted to learn the barber
trade. An important announcement

just now. We teach by free work and

save years of apprenticeship. Tools

given. Wages in finishing department.
No better work. Job always waiting,

See our offer. Moler Barber College,

Atlanta, Ga.

AVe earry a fall line of men, women

and children' f tirnlbInK cood for

holiday nreent. and are considered

leader In toytt and holiday tz.lt t good.
See GadMon at the Ocala Ilaxaar.

HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial HoteL located on Mag

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

the government building and postof postofflce.
flce. postofflce. ; This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Price, 1C,000,
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 tn one

and $5,000 in -two years at 8 per cent.

interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will not be long on
the market. I have the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.

H. A. KRAMER
Montezuma Bloek, Ocala. Fla.
Style for 1912 wall paper Just receiv

ed. Will be pleased to show samples.

Phone 21 or call, room 5, Masonic' block.

Joseph Dodge, the Decorator. 11-21-tf

WANTED Active man In each local

ity to join this society and Introduce

our memberships. Sick, accident, death

benefits. $50 to $500 monthly. Box

XX-293, Covington, Ky.

Ladies' and misses

Rheinauer & Co.

sweaters at

"I am pleased to recommend Cham

berlain's Cough Remedy for coughs.

colds and bronchial trouble," writes

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

have used it repeatedly and It has nev

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

W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
OX APPMCATIOX

P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.

We can supply you with pure ice for
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders, with us.
OCALA ICE. & PACKING CO.,
OCALA. FLORID

Mr. C. C. Rawls of Stephenaville,

frsll monsnroif vnn tmrlf Jit West Florida, was in town yesterday

i ar

! ments he has here.

1

t We carry evervthlnsr In whirl, col-

1 1
j lart and tie. Compare onr shirt and i

! prlccN. "DO dozen cnllnrw at ."
j At the Ocala Ilaxaar.

The interior decoration? of Ed Car Carmichael's
michael's Carmichael's uptown saloon have been
finished and it is a neat and hand handsome
some handsome a bar a can be found.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adcock and

each. : , ,
at Newton, Alabama, after a visit of

(several weeks to Mrs. Adcock s par-

ents, Ir. an l Mrs. r -MCLiane, or

till.?

Mrs. C. R. Tydings most pleasantly
entertained the ladies of the Episcopal
church at a silver tea yesterday afternoon.

Special Low Price for Cash or Credit.

TAN

r

ON

& CO.,

Ocala, Florida.

The ?tar regrets to learn of the
death at Silver Springs last night of
Mr. Hurst, the atr'l gentleman who
was visiting his son. the proprietor of
the Drown House at that place. Mr.
Hurst's wife died a few weeks ago and

now

follows her to tie grave.

, J.

Mr. A. I. Langley of Kentucky, an
j experienced jeweler and pawnbroker,
'has a position with the Ocala Pawn &

Loan Company.

Clifford Teabody has most of the ele elements
ments elements of the born showman. Out at
the fair grounds last week, he took
charge of a show that was about to go
bust and ran it to the end of the fair

with profit to himself and pLeasure to
the public, also doing the snuare thing
by the performers, who before he took
hold were contemplating a probable
walk out of town.

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 j

things ror our patrons, linemauer .v-Company.

Miss Genevieve Smith has been con confined
fined confined to her honi? for the past few
days by a severe cold, but is improving
and hopes to be out tomorrow.

FRESH JIEATSI
CURED MEATS!
PRIME POULTRY!

V."hy not get
ey the qualitj
more at our

r:e best for
that cost

your rr.on-

; you

Miss Rachel Mixon, who has been
visiting her cousin. Miss Mary Phillips,
returned to her home in Jacksonville
today. Miss MIxson was accompanied
by Miss Phillips, who will spend a
week with her.

Mr. "VT. A. Kemp of Green Cove
Snrinars. after a pleasant visit to Mr.

J. C. Hmith, returned home yesterday,
vf- vr-i was an interested witness

no j
i of the Stuckey-Lyens bout.

You don t have to take calomel if
you buy a bottle of Nyal's Liver Stim Stimulator.
ulator. Stimulator. This is a medicine put up by
a reputable pharmaceutical manufac

turer, and sold under a positive guar- : CURE

antee. It is true to the name, stim stimulating
ulating stimulating the liver, at the same time as assisting
sisting assisting it in its natural action. Sold
in Ocala by the PostofSee Drugstore.

There are kwo Jvln?r or Chill Tonlt
PLANK'S AND OTHERS

THE OLD RELIABLE

CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED

;to drive out malaria, to

CHILLS, FEV.2R, COLDS

MEAT MARKET

V,"e know that steadily

Th- Mulhalls settled the

r. akin 5 our fa-rain: them and were again

claims
put in

PT A VK'S service the best means your continued i charsre of the wild west show today,

natronasre et us snow you on today 1 Thpv have made quite a namoer 01

order the Qualit

AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGGET.

we give the low i friends, who are glad to see them again

prices.

Phone IDS.

Phone IOS New City Market
OCALA. FLORIDA.

in possession.

The handsomest stock of new style
r-as. mattinsrs and carpets in Rhein

auer's carpet department.

DEALERS
(L HAY, GRAIN. FEEDX
a OCALA. FLA. 1 22 j
II 2-1 Mixed Cert our Specialty. I J5 II
k Us for Prlcet Before II
Purchasing end Se II

STAFOLIFE DAIRY FEED

Will Produce More Milk Tham Amy

Feed on the Market Call Vu
Up, Phone 8

Foley Kidney Fills

TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULT

Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,

KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,

RHEUMATISM. CONGESTION of th

KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of tbf

BLADDER and all annoying URINARt
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Dm rii, 627 Yrastunfrton St, ConoerrrlTiet
Ind., is io Ms 85th year. He writes us: "I have
lately suffered much from my kidneys and blad bladder
der bladder I bad vera backaches and m; Lido Taction
sras too frequent, canning me to lose much sleep
at night, and in mj bladder there sr&s constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and again able to
be up and around. Foley Kidney Fills have mj
highest tccoB)Inenriation.,
FOR SALE BT COUBT PIT ABM ACT



OCALA I7TEXTNG STAR, TTESDAT, NOVEMBER 28, 1911

The French Market Coffee

Gould Not Be Fooled

Only the wonderful rao j atain-side coffee from Jamaica, blended
with choicest berries frcri Guatemala, Venezuela and the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American countries, xsozUl satisfy them. Cheap coffees could
not be combined into that marvc-locsly smooth and deliciously
aromatic beverage V.r.t 1.: been served for over a century at the
French Market ia iNew Oj leans.

Voyons! C'cst !e mime que nous avons bu a Paris!!"

' Behold! Il is tk-g same as we drank in Parts!' )
one emigre would say to another as they sipped their coffee in
the French Market.
Then and for a century since

Bach MaifatCbflee

could be bad nowhere in America but at tlie Frencfc Market in New
Orleans. But NOW you all may serve it daily at your own table.
For the old French blend i: perpetuated by
The Some Unique Hygienic Roasting Process
and French JIarket Coffee is now delivered everywhere in hermet hermetically
ically hermetically sealed tins. "There is only one real old French Market flavor'

only one coffee w:ta a History.
Get It From Your Grocer Today!

Trench Market Coffee is Blended,
Roasted and Packed only by the
French Market Mills
(New Orleacs Coffee Co., Ltd.. Proprietors)

New Orleans, La.

CARLOAD OF

Rfawe

tftessoMKrs

I have just received a carload of
six of the pretty new Maxwell
Messenger Cars. These are the
new 1912, 16 horse power, two

with splendid tops, gas lamps and
tank. Delivered in Ocala for $635.
Most of these ears an: already placed and it will
be some time before another carload is received
so see me at once if you want one. They are

the best value on earth in Automobile Runabouts
and their reputation here is what sellsthem.
EP TUCKER,

Distributor for Maxwell Cars.

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

U. U. 11 1

H

UVJ

White, Wile & Warner, ma
thorlze the retailer to sell their
satisfaction. This guarantee it
cept diamonds). If, however, tl:
places them absolutely free of c
detail. If you wish to buy a rin
and much pleasure, we suggest
the mark W-W-W on the ins

leers' of' the famous W-W-W Ring, au au-Rings
Rings au-Rings with an absolute guarantee of
eludes the STONES STAYING IN (ex (ex-ie
ie (ex-ie stones should come out, the maker re re-harge.
harge. re-harge. The ring is guaranteed in every
g that will give you entire satisfaction
that you buy W-W-W rings. Look for
Ide. W-W-W rings guaranteed solid gold.

WHITE, WILE & WARNER
Makers of Rings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In"
. Buffalo, N. Y.
A. EL OURNETT, Agent
A Large Selection of Rinas to Select From

t W. I"? A?

MR. CARVER:
Tod won't mind carving tbat bird if yon have a carving
knife that will "carve."
MRS. CARVER:
You'll be glad to have your friends dine with you if you
have new knives, forks and spoons for (he table.
COME AND SEE OURS.
IMaiPioiriL M;iaiprJbvvaire Co.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

m-Ym.mssKmW

O turk, you who strutted the summer away.
Abundant attention you 're getting today,
We praise you beyond all the bird or owl kind:
Our feelings to you are with favor inclined.
We thanks, too, give for you, O creature of pride,
And all the fruits of the season beside.
Though slighted you were, in the days that are past.
Attention long due you are getting at last.
Arthur J. Burdick, in Sunset Magazine.

jft

F YOU are grateful,
say so. Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving is only half half-thanksgiving
thanksgiving half-thanksgiving till it
blossoms into ex expression.
pression. expression. Learn a
lesson from the
noble-hearted Indi

an, in whose vil village
lage village the missionary, passing through, through,-had
had through,-had left a few pages of the gospel in
the Indian tongue. Our Indian read
and rejoiced. Measuring the mission missionary's
ary's missionary's footprint, he fitted it with mag magnificent
nificent magnificent moccasins, and traveled 200
miles to give them to the missionary
a an expression of his graf titude.
Thus the missionary "was enriched by
the present, but the Indian was en enriched
riched enriched by the thanksgiving.
The best thanksgiving is a happy
heart. Blossoms mean nothing on a
dead stick. Once when the czar vis visited
ited visited Paris the ingenious French, it
being winter, fastened to the bare
boughs of the trees innumerable paper
flowers, very pretty asa spectacle, but
very unworthy as a symbol, since they
were false;. Our praise will be quite
valueless unless it is rooted in the
daily life.
Train yourself to be grateful for the
common blessings. There had been a
great cotton famine in Lancashire,
England. For lack of material to
work upon, the mills had been idle
for months, and there "was great dis distress
tress distress among the operatives. At last
came the first wagon-load of cotton,

rofrocVimonf on1 IrisliAo

xvu io uiv viiivi x vii vouuivut auu lauiU
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. : : : :. : :
0 "

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

This fall our stock will be more

New goods are arriving
Some new goods just

complet

ever.

daily.

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.

in:
Pimentoes. .
Lobsters.; ;?-:..:''
Shrimp. t
Crosse & BlackwelTs Line
of Pickles and Condiments.
Dili, 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.

2 PHONES, 16 AND 174

aLjp'olt'

OCALA, FLORIDA

IiOYAIi ORDER OP MOOSE

Ocala Lodgre No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night in hall in Gary block.
Edwin Spencer. Jr., Dictator.

L.. t tapp. Secretary.

Chronic Grumblers.
Some of the most miserable discon discontented
tented discontented grumblers are richly endowed
with the good things of this life.

HEED THE WARJilAU

Of

)Z Spirit of

Ijan&sgftitnij

lira
camps1

IIANKSGIVING day stands
out by itself on the calen calendar.
dar. calendar. There is no other day
with so many delightful as associations
sociations associations and tender mem memories,
ories, memories, no day upon which

the heart so spontaneously pours out
its grateful tribute to the Father
above for all his goodness through the
year. And this a pplies equally to our ourselves
selves ourselves as a nation, as communities
and as individuals. For peace within
our borders, for generous harvests,
for the health and welfare of our com communities,
munities, communities, we owe to God a debt of
love and gratitude which finds expres expression
sion expression in prayer, praise and the festivi festivities
ties festivities appropriate to the annual festival
of Thanksgiving. We are usually so
much engrossed with the active busi business
ness business of life as a nation that we
leave too little time for reflection on
the divine goodness; yet every day
we are surrounded by blessings.
Sleeping and waking, on the farm, in
the store, the office, the workshop,
we are still- the objects of his won wondrous
drous wondrous bounty and care. Whatever re-

the earnest of returning opportunity

to labor. With vhat new eyes did
the people look upon that common commonplace
place commonplace material! They met the wagon
in an exultant procession. They
hugged the bales. At last, moved by
a common impulse, they broke out in
the noble hymn, "Praise God, from
whom all blessings flow." There are
in every life a thousand blessings,
now little noticed at all, of which if
we were deprived, their return would
be welcomed with equal transports.
But the going does not excuse us
from the sending any more than send sending
ing sending excuses us frm going. If giving
still went by the rule of the tenth, as
in the scriptural days, then ten av average
erage average Christians could" anywhere con
stitute themselveu into a church and
support a pastor; and tsventy could
support both a pastor and a mission missionary.
ary. missionary. No work is done at its best until it
is done in an atmosphere of thanks thanksgiving.
giving. thanksgiving. Beethoven understood this.
He had his piano placed in the mid middle
dle middle of a field, aud there, under the
smiling sky, with birds singing around
him, flowers shining and grain glisten glistening
ing glistening in the sun, the musician com composed
posed composed some of lis great oratories.
Few of us can take our work into the
fields, though all of us would carry
lighter hearts if we would live more
out of doors ; but we can all of us sur surround
round surround our work with cheery atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere which our Father has breathed
into all his .works.

verses we encounter, he enables tis
to overcome them. So, while the pass passing
ing passing year has had its sorrows, we feel
that the joys have outweighed them,
and that we are still God's debtors in
thanks for multitudinous blessings.
Let us show out gratitude for all of
these mercies by reaching out a help helping
ing helping hand to others who have been
less fortunate than ourselves. Re Remember
member Remember the poor at Thanksgiving
the sick, the destitute, the hungry, the
unemployed. In every community
there are those to whom a kindly
word or a genercus hospitality would
bring a real touei of the spirit of the
festival. Pass on your blessings. By
so doing, you vrill make your own
heart the lighter, your own home the
brighter and 3'our own Thanksgiving
table more enjojable to all who sit
around it.

Many Ocala People Have Done So
When the kidneys are sick, they give
unmistakable warnings that should not
be ignored. By examing the urine and
treating the kidneys upon the first sign
of disorder, many days. of suffering
may be saved. Sick kidneys expel a
dark, ill-smelling urine, full of "brick "brick-dust"
dust" "brick-dust" sediment and painful in passage.
Sluggish kidneys cause a dull pain in
the small of the back, headaches, dizzy
spells, tired, languid feelings and fre frequent
quent frequent rheumatic twinges.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid kidneys
neys kidneys only. If you suffer from any of
the above symptoms, you can use no
better remedy.
Ocala people recommend Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills.
Sterling Hooper, barber, Orange av avenue,
enue, avenue, Ocala, Fla., says: I have no hes hesitation
itation hesitation in recommending Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills. Off and on, I have taken
this remedy for backache and other
troubles caused by weak kidneys and
I have been greatly benefited. I got
Doan's Kidney Pills from Tydlngs &
Co's Drugstore, and I do not hesitate
one minute in recommending them."
For sale by all dealers. Price, 50
cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
T., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name, Doan's, and take
no other. 11

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.
THE EFFCOAT TAILORING CO.

MERCHANT TAILORS

OCALA. FLORIDA

Mic Kcifticfey Urn fedk

Thank Him for AH.
' "Giving thanks for all things unto
God." Epb. v. 2C.
Thanksgiving i;j the mark of a truly,
religious man. I:: we are always beg begging
ging begging God for his mercies without ex expressing
pressing expressing to him our sincere gratitude,
we become selfish, in our demands. God
delights to impart his mercies to us,
but he also takes pleasure in our
gratitude to him for his benefits. Only
an appreciative heart is able to fully
enjoy God's unr'ailing goodness. It
is certain that :he more we try to
praise, the more we will see how our
path and our daily way are beset with
mercies, and that the God of love is
ever watching to do us good.

Explanation.
"Barker is supported in affluence
and luxury by his children." "Yes. 1
heard he had a family of daughters."
Harper's Bazar.
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 Jt 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.

Smile.
A man's smile at best Is a grin Ideal Idealized,
ized, Idealized, but a woman's smile Includes ev every
ery every shade of emotion of which she i
capable. Florida Times-Union.

A MAIL CARRIER'S LOAD
Seems heavier when he has a weak
back and kidney trouble. Fred Due Due-hren,
hren, Due-hren, mail carrier ai Atchison, Kas,
says: "I have been bothered with kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder trouble and had a se severe
vere severe pain across my back- "Whenever
I carried a heavy load of mail, my kid kidney
ney kidney trouble increased. Some time ago,
I started taking Foley's Kidney Pills
and since taking them I have .gotten
entirely rid of all my kidney trouble
and as as sound as ever." Sold by the
Court Pharmacy.

XOTICE
Notice is hereby given that on Mon Monday.
day. Monday. December 11th. 1911, at 10 o'clock
a. m., I will present to Hon. Joseph
Hell, county judge of Marion county,

i Fla.. my application for assignment of
dower in the estate of the late Lewis

Home, as per the petition now on file
with said county judge.
Maude A. Home.

13

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST aod FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL

Rates Reasonable

THOMAS M. WILSON.

American Plan

Proprietor

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Dd Indrr Section 8 of Chapter
4SS8, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. F.
Hampton, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 750, dated the 1st day of June, A.
D. 1908, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following- described property situated
in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
sftli of ne'i sec 7, tp 16 s, r 23 e. The
r-aid land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of unknown. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord according
ing according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 30th day of November, A. D.
1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 28th day of October, A.
D 1911. 13. T. Sistrunk.
"Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. FU.

Our Mr. Tompkins has just re returned
turned returned from the markets of Ken
tucky where he selected in person,

as nne a carioaa 01 muxes ana

horses as was ever brought to the

Ocala Market The stock has ar

rived in first class shape and we

invite you to call at our livery
stables and inspect them. The
prices are as low as is consistent
with first class stock and our guar guarantee
antee guarantee stands back of any trans

action. : : : : :

CdDBE

Ocalai

JFEofMq.

SAVANNAH and RETURN

-VIA

HTLflHTIC CO0ST LINE

Vanderbilt Cop.
Tiederaan Trophy

Grand Prize Dcce
Savannah Challenge Trcphy

Also Georgia Aubarn Football Game.
Tickets sold Nov. 26th to 29th in inclusive.
clusive. inclusive. Limit to reach starting
point Dec 4th. : : : :
For Descriptive Folder of Coarse, ctc end
other infnrmnfinn. cnll on

M. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KinriLAND.
Ticket Agent, D. P. A.,
Oeala, Fla. Tampa, Fla,