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).
Funding:
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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T1MII CO.
THE FURNITURE MEN
GEE! BUT IT IS COLD!
We are headquarter for Blankets,
Comforta and Spread. Come to wee us
and have a good night's sleep.
BEDDING
OCALA, FLOKIDA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1911.
VOL. 18.
NO. 156.

EVE!

OCALA

5-

GAS IN THE STOMACH comes from food which has fer

mented Get rid of this badly digested matter as quickly
as possible if you would avoid a bilious attack.
SIMMONS
RED 2
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
Is a cleansing and strengthening medicine. It is a liver tonic first
of all and the liver is always affected when the stomach goes wrong.
It puts life in a torpid liver, helps digestion, sweetens the breath, clears
the complexion of sallowness, relaxes the bowls and puts the body in
fine, vigorous condition.
SOLD ST DCALCRS. PRXI, lARGfl PACKACC. Sl.OO.
Alk forth -noin with the Krd Z on the Jah-1. If joj rsnnot t it, remit to at. we will ien4

It by inail, po.tpaM. fcimmor, Lier t"ga!atnr put up iiu lu liquid luim lur tauto wno ireicr it.
fries 1.UU in r Lottie. Look for the Bed Z lab-el.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PROPS., ST. LOUIS. MO.

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

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A DUTY AND A GRACE

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(EATINGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff. Proprietor.
Rest lnlck Lunch Keating: IIotiMe
lu the City

Apalachleola and Cedar
Oyster In. All Style

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Everything that is good
to eat, properly .served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.

FULLER & AYER
DEXTAI SURGEONS
Office over Munroe & Chainhliss U'k.
OCAIiA 'FIjOHIIJA
TERMS. CASH.

"And let the peace of God rule in your heart,
to the which also ye are called In one bodyj
a nd be ye thankful." CL 3: IS.

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

L. F, BLALOGK

DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Hank
OCALA FLORIDA
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5
p. m. Flione 211.
TERMS. CASH.

F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Tronipt-
ly, Night or Daj.
Special Attention to Obstetric?, Dis-

eases of omen and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building-, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333

C, J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder

Plans

ana tspecitications
Upon Request.

Furnished

120 South Third Street
OCALA FLO-II DA

DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Located at tbe Jones Hospital on Seutb
First Street AVet
OCALA, FLORID'
All Calls Promptly Answered.

M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWEN, Funeral Director.
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.

EDWARD DRAKE

CIVIL EXGLNEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building nans. Blue Prints
tnd Specifications made. Lands i?ur i?ur-reyed
reyed i?ur-reyed and Platted. Close Estimates
tiade on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Rofrin 27, Holder IMoeW
OCALA FLORIDA

E ye thankful!"
said an inspired
apostle, writing
to a company of
early Christians,
who even In
stormy times of
possible or actual

persecution were
exhorted to be of good cheer and to
"count up their mercies." Paul's
words are not only hortatory, but
also mandatory. It Is the duty of
the Christian, amid all vicissitudes,
to be thankful. A believer is never
justified in forgetting God's benefits
to him. He is expected to figure out
every now and then the sum of the

divine favors that have been shown
to him, or what might be called the
statistics of salvation. It is true that
divine mercies have been innumer innumerable,
able, innumerable, and cannot be tabulated with
anything like completeness; yet the
Christian believer is exhorted to
dwell upon these mercies in thought
and to render vivid to his mind, by
frequent reflection, so many of the
visitations of divine favor as he can
discern providentially unfolded in
his past life.
There is, then, a duty of thanks thanksgiving.
giving. thanksgiving. Praise is the expected thing,
gratitude is demanded. God is dis disappointed,
appointed, disappointed, and even angered, when
men receive his gifts without return returning
ing returning thanks. The Lord is gracious,
but that is no reason why the chil children
dren children of men should be ungraciously
thankless. Thanksgiving is a part
of the code of duty of a Christian, it
i3 an integral portion of the deca decalogue
logue decalogue of moral action. It is not a
hind of extra service, or superfluous
activity added on to the body of duty
otherwise complete, but is of the
warp and woof of the Christian's ob obligation.
ligation. obligation. "Be thankful" was not the

idle, chance remark of a sentimental

apDstle, but is the New Testament in interpretation
terpretation interpretation of the Old Testament
burden of blessing.
But if thankfulness is a duty, it is
none the less on that account a grace.
If it is not optional, it may certainly
be ornamental. The fact that a
thing or a trait is demanded by the
moral law does not render the sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice of that thing or the exhibition
of that trait any the less noble or
lovely. The grace of gratitude in
particular is a peculiarly lovely vir virtue.
tue. virtue. There is even, we may say, an
aesthetic quality to thankfulness.
"Praise is comely for the upright,"
said the Psalmist, who was an au

thority on the beauty of holiness.
Even the world appreciates the aes aesthetic
thetic aesthetic value of gratitude as well as
its earning power, acquisitive of fu future
ture future favors, as a practical asset of
life and poets in all ages have sung
of the charm of a grateful spirit, the
nobility of a responsive nature. Even
the birds look up when they drink, aa
if in mute recognition of the heav-

which fall to them, and certainly man.
much more richly endowed and
blessed, should do at least as much,
and express his "Thank you!" both
by the testimony of the lips and the
generous actions of the life.
Thanksgiving day is a proper and
convenient occasion for considering
both the duty and the grace of grati

tude to the great Giver of all good.
But Thanksgiving day is not simply
for the abstract discussion of general
ideas present in thought or stirring

the emotions. This day does or
should have a direct governing re relation
lation relation to the ministries of the hand
and the unfolding of the wallet. .
When it is celebrated in the spirit ci
the scriptural exhortation to thank thankfulness,
fulness, thankfulness, it becomes a time of rejoic rejoicing
ing rejoicing in the truest, fullest sense, be because
cause because it joins praise to God with prac prac-tiral
tiral prac-tiral ministry to the poor and unfor unfortunate.
tunate. unfortunate. Thanksgiving should issue
in thanksgiving. Praise should be become
come become a practice. Gratitude must be become
come become a teicper and tendency of the
life. So will God be glorified and
gratified, and men, by their cordial
and constant recognition of his good goodness,
ness, goodness, be lifted in the scale of being
and be the better fitted to receive
from heaven more favors still. Rev.
C. A. S. Dwisht.

I HE BBS

From In Front of Tripoli AVith Heavy
I,omm Italian are Taking tbe
War Easily
Rome, Nov. 29. Arab troops before
Tripoli were driven from their fortified
positions on the southeastern front of
the city yesterday- in a battle railing
all day. The Italians found Ave hun hundred
dred hundred dead and wounded in houses on
the oasis after the battle. They also
found seventy-one dead at other places
and captured three hundred prisoners.
The battle was very severe especial especially
ly especially in the vicinity of Henni at which
place a series of bayonet encounters
occurred. The Italian loss was "rel "relatively
atively "relatively light."
General Vaneva's plan of battle was
carried out to the letter and the Ital Italian
ian Italian troops are now in possession of
Henni and Forst MesriT
Dardanelles Not Yet Disturbed
Constantinople. Nov. 29. The Turk Turkish
ish Turkish torpedo boats which had been sent
out to reconnoiter in consequence of
the report that Italian warships were
cruising in the archipelago have re returned
turned returned to the Dardanelles. They did
not observe any sign of Italian vessels
in the vicinity.
The concentration of troops, how however,
ever, however, is proceeding along the Dardan Dardanelles
elles Dardanelles and at neighboring ports. The
whole force is under the command of
Minister of War Shefket Pasha and
General Torgut Pasha, in command
during the early stages of the recent
campaign against the Malissori tribe
on the frontier of Montenegro.
Italy .Not In a Hurry
Paris, Nov. 2:. The Italian premier.
Giovanni Giolotti, told the correspond correspondent
ent correspondent o fthe Figaro in Rome that Italy
was not in a hurry to end the war
with Turkey which will be carried on
with the least possible annoyance to
the other powers. The treasury, he
said, had resources sufficient to meet
all expenditure, however long the con conflict
flict conflict should last. Moreover, when peace
has been declared Italy will le obliged
to keep the same force in Tripoli to
guarantee safety for colonists.

and "Mr. Charles Veal, Mrs. Smith
staying over for several days to assist
in nursing little VS'illle Veal.
Miss Callie Ferguson .spent Satur Saturday
day Saturday night with Miss Pas 'tie!. Veal.
Mrs. W. K. Veal and chile ren of Is Is-taehatta
taehatta Is-taehatta are expected to arrive today
to be the guests of her parents, Mr.
and Mri. D. M. Earco over Thanksgiv Thanksgiving.
ing. Thanksgiving. A. W. Woodward is very busy this
week storing sweet potatoes. He made
a fine crop of potatoes.
Don't forget that Sunday, the 3rd of
December, is preaching day at St.
Johns. All are invited to attend.

I HI

SAVED CHILD FROM DRATII

"After our child had suffered from
severe bronchial trouble for a year,"
wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richard Richardson's
son's Richardson's Mills, Ala. "we learned it had con consumption.
sumption. consumption. It had a bad cough all the
time. We tried many remedies with without
out without avail, and doctor's medicines seem seemed
ed seemed as useless. Finally we tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and are pleased
to say that one bottle effected a com complete
plete complete cure, and our child is again
strong and healthy." For coughs, colds
hoarseness, lagrippe, asthma, croup
and sore lungs, its the most infallible
remedy that's made. Price 50c. and $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Co.

To the Dispute Over Morocco Between
(Germany, t.reat llritain and
France
...
Dondon, Nov. 29. Fir Edward Grey,
secretary of state for foreign affairs,
in a quiet and unassuming manner
the manner which belongs to the Brit British
ish British parliament but with intense im im-pressi
pressi im-pressi veness, laid bare in the House of
Commons yesterday the part Great
Eritain played in the negotiations on
Morocco which last summer brought
Europe very close to war. At the out outset
set outset he referred to the disclosure by the
German foreign minister, Ilerr Von
Kidderlin Waechter of the conversa conversations
tions conversations which had taken place between
the German ambassador and himself.
This disclosure, he said, was not com complete
plete complete and lie was under (hp necessity
of putting more fully before the House
of Commons the part taken by the
hoard's foreign office.
The House was crowded with mem members
bers members and the gallery with distinguished
outsiders, including most of the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic corps, every one of whom hung
on the words of the foreign secretary.
Nothing was withheld. Sir Edward
stated frankly that the greatest an anxiety
xiety anxiety had existed, but fortunately was
able to add that the negotiations had
cleaned the slate between Germany
and (treat Eritain.

Mil IDE HI Eli

Revolutionist Have Captured Nanking
But Were Driven from Hun Yanjc
and YYu Chans

was re re-Nanking
Nanking re-Nanking after a
hundred

Shanghai. Nov. 29. News
ceived here yesterday, that
was captured by the rebel;
fierce battle in which seven

imperialists and five hundred revolu revolutionists
tionists revolutionists were killed.
Rebels Suffer Reverse
Pekin, Nov. 29. Routed with enor enormous
mous enormous loss of life the rebel army evac evacuated
uated evacuated Hun Yang yesterday, leaving
their ammunition and artilery. A final
stand was taken at Vu Chang but the
imperialists after a fierce battle again
defeated the rebels who have fied in
all directions.

TEftfiPLETHEATER
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Wednesday, Nov. 29

State of Ohio, city or Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.

Frank J. Cheney makes oath that heJ

is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem December,
ber, December, A. D. 1SS6. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, Toe. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

AHHKSTS AT LOS .WOELES

The HIfjge!t Comedy Success
Century,

of the

For These Things We Give Thanks.
Thanksgiving day we should all be
able to give thanks to our parents for
these things:
For a clean name, unsullied by ques questionable
tionable questionable transactions, honorable in
human relations.
For an untainted birth, with such
health as purity transmits, and for the
brooding tenderness that guarded and
cherished us before birth and made
careful preparation for our coming.
For wholesome food, sufficient cloth clothing,
ing, clothing, and comfortable shelter until our
coming of age, or during the lifetime
of Our parents.
For education, according to the best
standards of which they knew suited
to our individual needs and possibili possibilities,
ties, possibilities, and preparing us to earn our
own livings.
For such knowledge of our bodies
and minds, and such reverence for
them as makes intemperance impossible.

THE CHORUS LADY
EY JAMES FORBES
Author of "The Traveling Salesman"
and "The Commuters,"
tine Year at Hackett Theater, X Y.

Metropolitan Cant, Headed by
MISS ELIZABETH DUNNE
PRICKS, 50 CEXTS TO $1.50
Seats Ready Monday, Vov. 27.

Of Men Who Are Accused of Trylncr to
Ilrilie Juror lu the Mao Mao-Xnmara
Xnmara Mao-Xnmara Case
Los Angeles. Cal., Nov. 20. Three
men were -arrested yesterday in an al alleged
leged alleged jury bribery plot in the Mac Mac-Namara
Namara Mac-Namara case. The men are Bert
Franklin, a former deputy I!-. S. mar marshal,
shal, marshal, but now running a private detec detective
tive detective agency and employed by the at attorneys
torneys attorneys for the defense: Capt. White, a
juror in the superior court, and John
Lock wood, a juror drawn in the panel
reporting to Judge Bordwell yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The arrests were made by De Detective
tective Detective Brown who is attached to the
district atorney's office. Brown alleges
that Franklin and White bribed Lock Lock-wood
wood Lock-wood to hang the MacNamara jury,
causing a mistrial in the event of a
tendency to bring in a verdict of con

viction. It is stated that five hundred
dollars had already been paid and that
five hundred more was to be paid
when the work was done.

IS THE WORLD UKOWIXG BETTER?

Many things go to prove that it Is.
The way thousands are trying to help
others is proof. Among them is Mrs.
W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. II. Find Finding
ing Finding good health by taking Electric
Bitters, she now advises other suffer sufferers,
ers, sufferers, everywhere, to take them. "For
years I suffered with stomach and
kidney trouble," she writes. "Every
medicine I used failed till I took Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters. But this great remedy
helped me wonderfully." They'll help
any woman. They're the best tonic
and finest liver and kidney remedy
that's made. Try them. You'll see.
50c. at Tydings & Co.

A HOUSEHOLD MEDICIXE
That stops coughs quickly and cures
colds is Foley's Iloney and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 2526 Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson street, So. Omaha, Neb., says: "I
can recommend Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound as a sure cure for coughs
and colds. It cured my daughter of a
bad cold and my neighbor, Mrs. Ben Benson,
son, Benson, cured herself and her whole fam family
ily family with Foley's Honey and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Everyone in our neighborhood

speaks highly of it." Sold by the Court
Pharmacy.

AUTOMOBILE REPAIR
AXD PAIXT COMPANY

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

Forget Not His Benefits.
"Why not rejoice more? Count up
your golden mercies; count up your
opportunities to do good; count up
your "exceeding great and precious
promises;" count up your joys of
heirship to an incorruptible inherit

ance, and then march on the road

heavenward. "Forget not all his bene benefits."
fits." benefits." "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and
all that is within me, bless his holy
name," is the declaration of an ap-

REGKETS ARE USELESS
After you are burned out. The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a Tolicy to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of property through the rav ravages
ages ravages of the devouring element. Never
mind future regrets. Have some pres present
ent present wisdom. Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant less is no trifle.
It costs so little to be well and fully
insured that the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about

it.
SAVARESE AXD BELL-
Life, Five and Accident Insurance.
OCALA, FLA.

JERRY BURNETT
THE TAILOR
Who in Now in nin :vev Hulltline,
Corner South Firt and Magnolia
Streets Phone 73

preciative
ler, D.D.

heart. Theodore L. Cuy-

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.

WITER
PIECE

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GOOD

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N ST

COUGIII.VG AT NIGHT

Means loss of sleep which is bad for
everyone. Foley's Honey and Tar

Compound stops the cough at once, re

lieves the tickling and dryness in the"

throat and heals the inflamed mem membranes.
branes. membranes. Prevents a cold developing
into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always in the house. Refuse substi

tutes. Sold by Court Pharmacy.

Washington's Proclamation.
The first Thanksgiving day procla proclamation
mation proclamation ever issued by a president was
signed by George Washington in 1789.
The original is said to be in the pos possession
session possession of Rev. J. W. Wellman, who
inherited it from his grandfather, Wil William
liam William Ripley of Cornish, N. H. This
proclamation was issued by request of
both houses of congress through their
joint committee.

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

OCK

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.

When m Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c
room in the city.

COfTOX FLAXT

Call and look them over and
give your order now for a

handsome fall tailor
suit of clothes

mad

e

Cotton Plant. Nov. 28. The weather
continues to remain so changeable
that nearly everybody is suffering
from a dreadful cold.
Little Willie Veal, we are glad to
say, is much better at this writing. He
has been very sick the past few days
with fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Barco.
Mrs. W. R. O. Veal and Mrs. Mattie
Smith of Martel, spent Sunday with Mr.

JOS. W. DODGE & GO.

PRACTICAL PAINTERS AND PAPER
DECORATORS

Work Contracted for Anywhere In
Florida. No JtU Too lrsce; None Too
Small. Headquarter, Ocala, Fla.

ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATERS

I have in stock seme 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.

KEEP C0IS1F0RTABLE

... WHILE IT'S COLD
Phoenix Mufflers
Flannette Night
Robes
Flannelette Pajamas
Wool Underwear
Wool Fleece Underwear

HELVE STO

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sfeil Fall Sttyfe

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 new-line,
line, new-line, for men and boys, of
SUITS, OVERCOATS and ODD PANTS.
Our line of SHOES, DATS and CAPS for both men
and boys cannot be excelled in the city.
Our line of newest creations in GLOVES, NECK NECKWEAR,
WEAR, NECKWEAR, BELTS, ETC., is one of our specials and is well
worth seeing.

A very pretty line of FANCY VESTS, also BATD I

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.

IHI. A. WaittoiPinmaiinL

THE HABERDASHERY

MERCHANTS' BLOCK

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

PLUIVSB1N

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee lo Save Yon Honey on Any Work in Onr Lines
Am we employ none hat experts we are la position to guarantee eT eT-ery
ery eT-ery uiere of work we conMtruet to atand tbe Inspection of the moot
rlKid Inspectors. It costs notalnj? to cet our figures, and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give ns a trial.
M. W. TUCKER

FORT KI.G BLOCK.

OCALA, FLORIDA

Finitare aid Emm

FiralsiiBis

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

We have in oat large stcre, 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 all of the furnish,
ings that go with the line. Our stock of
hardware is complete and the toots, materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line of office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs. .
SEE IS BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES

MC

11WO M

OCALA. FLORIDA.

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OCAJjA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2d,

OCALA EVENING STAR

"Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. II. lienjamin. Editor.

LET L'S ALL BE THAXKFLL

scarce ia it. But nevertheless some of
ita tables will be scantily spread to

morrow unless the well-to-do take
thought of their less fortunate neighbors.

TO ROAST TURKEY

Because we have over a year's work
and worry less to go thru with than
we had last Thanksgiving day.
Because we have some friends that

morney cannot buy or the lack of it j
cannot lose. At least, we think we j
have, and they will do as well if we do j
not find out the mistake.
Because we are credited wlti'i some
virtues that we do not pos3e,sjr, and
have succeeded In concealing so-ne of
our Tlce3 from everybody but our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. Because it la much easier to obtain
credit at the grocery and drygoods
store than it U at the saloon.
Because we do not have to save up
money- to pay our own funeral ex expenses.
penses. expenses. Because some of the styles in wom women's
en's women's hats cannot possibly be any uglier
than they are.
Because none of us hard cases'' will
be hung while Uncle Frank i3 gover governor.
nor. governor. Because J. Pierpont Morgan hasn't
formed a turkey trust.
Because when Johndee Rocky f?llow
was young his thoughts turned "I?htly
to coal oil Instead of cranberries.
Because Professor "Workman haj put
on the Are drill at the public sclviol.
Because William J. Bryan has such
an attack of sore throat that h has
gone on a trip to the TVest Indies.
Because the democratic donkey
hasn't made but one variety of an ass
of Itself since the last congress onal
election.

Because the Italians are killing so

many Turks, and because the Turks
axe killing so many Italians.

Because the Chinese are thinning

each other out with such (to ether

people) delightful rapidity.

Because no matter how badly we get

left, there Is always another one along

directly.

Because it isn't Christmas, ar c! we
don't have to give presents wiose

value we doubt, or feign delight Jver

receiving those we don't want.

Because neither of the Ocala papers

has on a contest.
Because Ocala, with all its failings
is the best town in Marlon county.

Because Marlon is one of the test

counties in the state.

Because Florida Is the best stat in

ths Union.

Because we are all Americans, and
Americans, with all their mean: ess,

are the best people in the world.

Because the republican party is feel

ing chastened and humbled, and will

feel more so next year.

Because Teddy Roosevelt knows that

he can't sing.

Because so few people write pot try?

Because the editor must quit writ

ing this rot and help make up the pa

per.

A Saerellgloos TnankusiYlns Hymn,
Perpetrated with Apologue to the
Late Samuel Franc-! Smith.
Turkey, it is of thee.
Bird of prosperity.
Of thee I sing.
Fowl that my fathers ate,
To good cheer dedicate,

From every favored plate
Thy praises ring.
Symbol of thankfulness
For blessings we possess,
I love thee alL
Thy breast hath no alloy.
Thy Joints no tongue can cloy.
Thy tail's a juicy joy.
No taste can pall.
"Old Glory" tyyify,
Patriot bird, in thy
Sweet sacriSce.
Red in cranberry dressed,
White in thy tender breast.
Blue none, for all digest
At least a slice.
Praise be to appetite!
Let hungry throats unite
In jubilee!
While lingual glands exude
In every latitude.
Let glees of gratitude
Resound to thee.
Francis B. Keene in Life.

ADVICE FROM
CUSTOMER

A

kAs soon as a person be-

118

Visit to Oeala

of an Object
Wheel

LmwB on

CAPTAIX LYTLB

Captain Frank Henderson Lytle d ed

last evening at his home in Stant n
on Lake Weir, in his 85th year. Cipt

Lytle was born in Murfreesb-vo

Tenn, and served his state during the

civil war as captain In the 18th Tei

nessee regiment. He was a gallant ;i id

brave soldier.

He moved to Lake Weir in 1876 jmd

resided there till his death. He h is

been engaged in orange culture all if
these years and made a fine success f

the business.

Capt. Lytle leaves three sons, Mr,

Frank Lytle and Mr. Ernest Lytle f

Stant Dn and Mr. Lee Lytle of Birming

ham, Ala,

The funeral services will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon from the residence

if Mr. Lee Lytle arrives in time. Ret
Mr. Jones, a personal friend of the de
ceased and a retired Methodist min
ister, will conduct the funeral service;
The body will be laid to rest bj th
aide of the wife of the deceased, win

was buried close to the family honn

six years ago. Capt. Lytle recently

marked the exact spot where he wish

ed to be burled when the end came.

The body will be laid to rest in a
very handsome casket, supplied an!

sent down today by Messrs. Mclver i'c

MacKay.

Capt. Lytle was a member of Marion
Camp, U. C. V.. and scarcely ever miss

ed attending a meeting of that body
He took an active interest in the af

fairs ot the camp, and was one of it:?
best loved members.
Capt. Lytle was one of the best,
known citizens of the Lake Weir sec section.
tion. section. He was active and maintained
all of his mental faculties until the
very last, and it was only within the
past few years that his eyesight failed
him so that he could not read.
The community will miss the kindly
old -gentleman, and will be sorry indeed
that the long and useful life has finally
drawn to a close. The Star extends its
sympathy to the bereaved sons in the
loss of their father.

glllS tO accumulate mOliey he!j The Farmers' Institute train with its
. , . 'six cars, arrived in the city last night
begmS tO take an mteiVSt llljat 6 o'clock and remained over here till
living. The verv fact that j" ck to.fa3- en !ent t
c Mcintosh. Tae train will come thru
he can save small amounts :here 'sht ard go on tomorrow to
Live Oak. At Live Oak the L. O. P. &
and make them larger makes g. road win tase it to Tavior county

land the L. & N. from there will take

nun uusuc ciii'i t "iajthe exhibit to West Florida, and later
inturnit o.irl otfunt! ii T-!OTl arrangements will be made for the

Ail l V 1 V.,,l UI1U It I I I II. Ill' ; ...

.eaij'jdra itinera

A THANKSGIVING INVESTIGATION

(Life)
Thanksgiving being under investiga

tion. President Taft was called to the
stand.

Mr. Abbott: The report has been

freely circulated that you are respon responsible
sible responsible for Thanksgiving Day. Do you
care to affirm or deny that report?

Mr. Taft: In view of the approach

ing republican convention I would pre

fer not to answer that question.

Mr. Comstock: I hand you a printed
piece of paper. Will you please read

it and tell the committee whether or

not you recognize It?

Mr. Taft: Yes; that is my Thanks-

givinng proclamation.
Mr. Hammerstein: Do you not con
sider it conclusive incriminating evi

dence?

Mr. Taft: Not at all, except perhaps

in the most technical sense. By com

paring it with other proclamations you

will see that it possesses no original

ity whatever; that it is merely a few
nice words joined together out of re

spect for a tradition.

Mr. Hammerstein: Please remem

ber that you are under oath, Mr. Taft

Now, do you mean to say that this is

not a spontaneous inspiration designed

to express an excess of gratitude over

something which is not clear?
Mr. Taft: That is it exactly.

Mr. Debs: Can you conceive of any
circumstances under which you would

have refrained from issuing a Thanks
giving proclamation?
Mr. Taft: 'I cannot.

Mr. Debs: I will ask you a hypo

thetical question. If it should happen
that, for a great majority of the peo

ple, Thanksgiving became an empty

celebration, if not an actual insult to

their condition, would you take any

notice of that fact?

Mr. Taft: Upon advice of counsel, I

decline to answer.

DR.

Lord,

WILEY'S THANKSGIVING

off this turk I cut

flavor, verging on the

too

as from

slice.
And note its

strong
Meaning its lain in Omaha on ice
For fullv six or seven years

long
And as I taste the dressing, brimming
o'er
With poisonous preservatives abhor abhorred,
red, abhorred, That these have never done for me
before.
I thank thee. Lord.

vest a dollar in our Saving?

ry.

The train has now covered every

Department, add to it weekly Ida, had had 20,000 visitors to go thru

rr mnnthlr inH f- lintr vnnr-511' na nv-n out may tnousand
or montnij ana ee now onr,bu!letin? and m other ieces of val

rn rm

IK

efforts will increase. I've

tried it and know you try
it."

MUNROE

THE
& CHAMBLISS
BANK
- FLORIDA

OCALA, -

U. S. POSTAL SAVINGS BANK

DEPOSITORY

IIP

V. C. T. I". OFFICERS FOR 1912

At the annual election of the W. C.

T. U. for the coming year, held yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, the following officers were elect

ed:

President Mrs. W. T. Gary.
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. II. C.
Packham.
Recording Secretary Mrs. D. H. Sey Seymour.
mour. Seymour. Treasurer Mrs. C. N. Kirkland.
Vice presidents from the different
churches as follows:

Methodist Mrs. T. K.
Episcopal Mrs. C. L.
Presbyterian Mrs. A.
Christian Mrs. S. W.

Bridges.
Bittinger.
Y. Strunk.
Winston.

Baptist Mrs. J. H. Livingston.

ST A N 1 j I r; V H A V C It A FT

The cranberry sauce I reach for. know knowing
ing knowing well
How saccharated glue and analyne
Can mock the ruby fruit of Jersey's
dell.
Yet gnaw away the stomach's inner
shrine;
Nay, more. I'm ware the jellies of to today
day today Of falsely flavored, tinted trash are
blent;
Yet I maintain I'm thankful; anyway.
I am content.

THE TRIBUNE'S CONTEST

The Tampa Tribune, which is cer certainly
tainly certainly one of the most popular and en enterprising
terprising enterprising papers In the state, has put
on what seems to be the biggest con contest
test contest yet given in Florida. The Trib Tribune
une Tribune offers more than $11,000 in prizes
five autos, a piano, a diamond ring
and several other valuable awards. It
la worth anybody's while to get into
the game. Write to the Tribune's con contest
test contest department for particulars.

The Ocala Star says capital punish punishment
ment punishment is forbidden by the divine com command
mand command from Sinai. "Thou shalt not kill."
How about that other Biblical injunc injunction:
tion: injunction: "Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by
man shall his blood be shed." Tampa
Tribune.
The Tribune has the wrong pig by
the ear. Please correct. The Star has
no desire to steal the Banner's Sinaitic
thunder.

Thomas Edgar Stripling, who killed
William Cornell in Harris county. Ga.,
sixteen years ago and fled, 'and was
captured fourteen years later in Dan Danville.
ville. Danville. Va., where he had lived a good
citizen for over a dozen years, and was
taken back to Georgia to serve his sen sentence,
tence, sentence, was allowed to leave prison for
a few hours, some days ago, in order
that he might attend the funeral of
his infant child. Stripling's, wife, who
was married to him In Danville, has
removed to Columbus, Ga., to be near
her husband. Stripling's offense is
that he killed a ruffian for insulting
his sister. A generation ago, before
honor was put on a commercial basis.
Stripling's act would have been con considered
sidered considered the proper thing, but the world
has advanced, and a man who will
fight to prevent or avenge a wrong to
a woman does so at the peril of his
liberty or even his life.

Ocala is an exceptionally prosperous
town, and cases of destitution are

Bring on the old mince pie of

meat,
Dopey with acids, sogged with shod shoddy
dy shoddy spice;
Fain would I analyze it as I eat,
But I confess the language isn't nice.
Being a page from Sinclair's "Jungle"
book,
Combining all the foods and drugs
that kill:
Tet, spite of this. I do not blame the
cook
I'm thankful still.
T'm thankful that the Washingtonian
clams
Who block my schemes to keep our
fodder pure
The Wilsons and the wicked Wicker Wicker-shams
shams Wicker-shams Seeking to oust me on a charge ob obscure
scure obscure I'm thankful when they sit them down
to feed
On cranberry sauce and turk and
celeree.
Are risking King Adulteration's greed
The same as me.
Wallace Irvin in Life.

W. If. Fowell. Jacksonville: Lindell
Sparkman. Gainesville: John T. Lewis,
Oklawaha; C. IT. Jones. Jacksonville;
Dr. E. T. South, Boston; P. J. Burgess,
Jacksonville; Baxter Morrison. Inver Inverness;
ness; Inverness; G. T. Malp'ius. Savannah; J. G.
Vincent. Jacksonville; W. E. McCarley.
Mcintosh; W. T. Mcllwain. Lakeland:
L. O. Russell. Augusta; J. W. Crosby.
Plant City; C. E. Barnes. Plant City;
R. D. Stephens. Jacksonville; I. Bemes.
Tampa; IT. R. Smith, Texas; C. E.
Grote, Chattanooga.; G. F. Johnson,
Florida; J. W. Mulligan, Louisville; It.
S. Witherspoon, Atlanta: Eugene Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Tampa; W. P. Wilkison. New
York; II. S. Ellison. Charleston; O. J.
Pierce, Detroit; C. W. Beach, New
Britain; J. I?. Willis. Crystal River;

ancient Mrs. B. B. Mc White, Summerfield ; J. S.

Morgan, Lynchburg; W. M. Gist, Mcin Mcintosh;
tosh; Mcintosh; R. V. Ross. Jacksonville; T. J.
Cone, J. P. Whitehnrst, Raleigh; II. C.
Hopkins, Laurel, Del.; Max Endelstein,
New York: W. W. Bloomfield, New
York; H. II. Hair. Jacksonville; C. W.
Jack, Mineola.

TEMPLE THEATER
MONDAY DEC 4th.
I d. W. Rowland and
Edwin Clifford (Inc.)
Offers
The Rosary

The Great New York, Chicago!

and Boston Success. : :

Miss Belle Haycraft of Ocala and
Mr. J. B. Standley of this city were
quietly married in Madison Sunday by
Rev. S. B. Cole. The bride has been
teaching school near town and was ap apparently
parently apparently leaving for home. No one
suspected anything when Mr. Standley
boarded the same train, as he had not
intimated to iis relatives or friends his
intentions. After the ceremony, Mrs.
Standley went on to Ocala, while he
returned here and said nothing about
what had occurred. During Rev. Cole's
visit to Greenville Wednesday the news
became known as Jim was too badly
scared Sunday to ask the preacher not
to tell on him. The bride is a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and accomplished young lady, be belonging
longing belonging to one of the best families of
Ocala. The groom is one of the finest
young men in Madison county steady,
honest, sober, industrious. He is a
member of the firm of Standley Bros.,
and is highly respected by all our peo people.
ple. people. The Times is glad to extend con congratulations
gratulations congratulations and bqt wishes to Mr.
and Mrs. Standley for happiness, long
life and prosperity. Greenville Times.
The lady concerned in the above above-named
named above-named wedding is a daughter of Mr. C.
P. Haycraft of Fellowship, this county.
She is a young school teacher of much
talent and is well and favorably known
to many Ocala people.

MONTEZIMA HOTEL AKKIVALS

uable literature.
In Ocala. although the weather was
very disagreeable, hundreds of visit visitors
ors visitors went through the train and ex examined
amined examined the exhibits. There were about
fifty school boys among others.
Those in charge of the train are
Prof. R. H. Rslfs, director of the ex experiment
periment experiment station at Gainesville; A. 1'.
Spencer, assistant director; Messrs. C.
K. McQuarrie. assistant superintendent
of the Farmers Institute: D. G. Grif Griffiths.
fiths. Griffiths. Joseph G st and Capt. Lynch from
the University of Florida; Messrs.
Quinhy and O'Neil of the Florida Cit

rus Exchange and six railroad men,!

who give them much assistance in ad addition
dition addition to operating the train.
The train is comprised of six coaches,
as follows: Oiie day coach, two bag baggage
gage baggage coaches filled with general farm
exhibits, one baggage car fitted with

pens and filled with hogs, and two box
cars filled with agricultural imple implements
ments implements loaned by the John Deere and
other manufacturers.
One of the cars contains a splendid
exhibit of the handiwork of students
of the different departments of the col college,
lege, college, and also exhibits of farm -products.
There is a f ne exhibit of dairy im implements
plements implements that is very interesting. The
exhibit from tie foundry and machine
shops of the college is a good one and
shows the work done by the boys to
fine advantage. The wood workers'
exhibit from the foundry and machine
shops of the college is also fine, and
the exhibit of sewing and other needle
work by the girls is a most creditable
one.
The walls of the cars are covered
with large photographs of the differ different
ent different departments of the colleges, farm
and fruit growing scenes and photos
of agricultural products.
There is as dne an exhibit in the car
of velvet beans, other beans and peas,
pindars, corn, potatoes. etc.. as one
could wish to see although none of the
products are exhibited in large quan quantities.
tities. quantities. There are some mammoth
pumpkins and one of the best exhibits

or rorage stuns, some thirty-two m
number, that we have ever seen.
There is a '.arge space devoted to
crude fertilizer materials, which was
very interesting.
The exhibit o! oranges and other cit citrus
rus citrus fruits made by the Florida Citrus
Exchange is one of the finest features
of the institute. They have many pho photographs
tographs photographs of packing processes, grow growing
ing growing fruits and other views of interest.
They show the methods of packing and
handling fruit, the different kind of
crates, etc.
The hog car is an instructive one.
The varieties shown in th-e different
pens are Chester Whites, Lam worths,
Uoland Chinas, lampshires (the last
named animal was added to the ex exhibit
hibit exhibit in Ocala today and is loaned by
Mr. S. T. SistrunX from Arden Farms),
Berkshires and Red Duroc Jerseys, the
latter loaned by Mr S. H. Gaitskill of
Mcintosh.
The two carloads of farm and gar garden
den garden implements attracted a good deal
of interest and consisted of a great
many different kinds of implements.
The good results from the progress
of this train through Florida cannot
be estimated, and it is one of the best
pieces of practical advertising and
demonstration work that has ever been
undertaken and carried out so successfully.

lkeft (DM

Site

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
anH dnnflc qta dmnd at lace tVian mannfciPtiirnrc onof

iaxxu. vvvau ui v wixxg JLVkJk? UIUXa 111UU tUl Vl O VUOl.
Will you come here tomorrow and let us prove to you that
this is the Greatest Money-Saving Opportunity you have
ever known?

SCHEDULE OF AMUSEMENTS
AT THE TEMPLE THIS SEASON

Manager Bennett has revised his list
of the attractions which will be at the
Temple this autumn and winter.
November
29th The Chorus Lady.
December
4th Rosary.
22nd English Grand Opera. Lyceum.
January
2nd Daniel Boone.
4th Beverly.
11th Mrs. W. C. Chilton. (Lyceum).
8th The Third Degree.
16th The Thief.
ISth The Smart Set.
19th The Lyman Twins.
23rd Royal Italian Band.
25 th Grau stark.
26th, 27th Manhattan Opera Co.
29th The County Sheriff.
February
1st Madame Sherry.
2nd Black Fatti.
6th The Fighting Parson.
7th County Sheriff.
13th The Lion and the Mouse.
14th Coburn's Minstrels.
22nd Buster Brown.
March
14th John Larkins.
19th Paid in Full.

Marion
Bryant

the

By Edward E. Rose
like the Poem and Song
it will live forever.

a iiiuci, juLiiuuxiii uciuufjs ; Ocala, Florida

ever seen on any Stage,
Large Company of Exceptional
Ability.
Prices:- 50, 75, 1.00 and 1.50

Rugs and Art Squares
24x28 inch Crex Grass Rugs, yQ
value 75c, for frC
2 7x54 inch Crex Grass Rugs, PA
value, $1, for 02C
30x60 inch Crex Grass Rugs, yA
value, $1.25, for C
36x72 inch Crex Grass Rugs, QQ
value $1.50, for JOC
27x54 inch Velvet Rugs, J 1
value, $1.50, for . tj) 1 1 U
36x72 inch Velvet Rugs, t on
value, $4, for h)3
27x54 inch Hartford X-rainister
Rugs, value ?3.00, CQ
' for tjl tO7
36x72 inch Hartford X-minister
Rugs, value, $5.00, (jfcg
30x60 inch Smyrna Rugs, QQ
value, ?1.50, for OOC
6x9-ft Crex Grass Art do
Squares, value $5, for P7
SxlO-ft Crex Grass Art QO
Squares, value $7, for J)tC0
9xl2-ft Crex Grass Art J vf Q
Squares, value $10, for vOtTt
71xD-ft Granite Art fj aq
Squares, value $4, for v
9xl2-ft Granite Art Jo jq
Squares, value $6, for J)3Hrfcf

Table Damask

OCALA HOI Si: Alt RIVALS

K. R. Roy, Jacksonville: J. N. Larx,
Baltimore; J. W. Mulligan, Louisville:
J. Hugh White. W. M. Ross, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; O. J. Pierce. Detroit; Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Powell. Wm. C. Thomas,
Jacksonville; Ed dams and wife. Bur Bur-bank;
bank; Bur-bank; L. k. Jacoti. W. B. Sadler, H. L.
Hutchinson, P. G. Russell. Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; A. J. Legg, Savannah; J. T. De De-Lusseline,
Lusseline, De-Lusseline, Atlanta; T. M. Griffin, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; C. T. Hamilton and wife,
Frof. Rolfs, Prof. McQuarrie. Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; Wilbur McCoy, Jacksonville; B.
F. Lloyd, A. P. Sptncer, Geo. M. Lynch,
Gainesville; J. F. Gist. Mcintosh; J. B.
Griffin, Gainesville. T. B. Quinley, J. E.
O'Neal. Tampa; R. S. Rogers. Chicago;
A. W. Mills, Valdos a; J. R. Page, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; L. C. lies er. Williston; J. C.
Whitmore, New Orleans; II. Scriben Scriben-berg.
berg. Scriben-berg. Baltimore; R. Goldstein, Wood Woodbury:
bury: Woodbury: Saurwalt, Philadelphia: H. S.
Grimes, Southern Express; W. A. Mc Mc-Rae,
Rae, Mc-Rae, Seaboard; R. K. Wartmann, Citra;
W. G. Hudson. Atlanta; S. S. Paul, Bir Birmingham;
mingham; Birmingham; R. S. Gamble, Jr., Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; M. Witbeck, St. Louis: B. F.
Camp, Florida; Emi. C. Seligman, Cin Cincinnati:
cinnati: Cincinnati: Jos. Buckholtes. Florida; C. M.
Lowe, Jacksonville; Z. S. Careton, New
York.

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

72-inch Pure Linen
Damask, $1.50 values

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

$1.19

Towels

Mr. W. A. Hurst died Monday night
at the home of lis son. Mr. J. W.
Hurst, at Silver Springs, where he had
been visiting for several weeks. His
wife passed away a few weeks ago.
Mr. Hurst was from, Georgia, where he
spent the greater part of his long life.
He was 8S years of age. The funeral
took place today at Anthony, where
the remains will be laid to rest by the
side of hist wife.

In the County Judge's Court,

! County, Florida.
! In the Matter of the Estate of

B. McWhite. Deceased.
To Whom It May Concern: Notice
is herebv sriven that on the 2nd day of

j December. I'.'ll. the un.lersigned will!
j apply to the Honorable Joseph Bell, j
(county judge, sitting as a jude of pro-j

bate for Marion county, Florida, to set j
off and allot to the undersigned her!

real property of the said Bryant B.

heard at

same to he

on sai-i date-

Anna M. Mcv nite.
Widow of Bryant B. McWhite.
KXTGHTS OV PYTHIAS

Conventions hell every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Carlisle's
drusstore. A cordial welcome to visit visit-insr
insr visit-insr knights. J. G. Ferguson. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K of K. and S.

BOBBITT'S CASH
GROCERY
Where
the
DOLLAR
Does
Its
Duty

IPlhione

Small Hand Towels, value 5c. f
for , 3C
1Sx3 6-inch Huck Towels, r
value, 15c, for XVC
20x40-Inch Huck Towels, 15c. (
value, for JLlC
18x38-inch Crocheted Towels,
value, 15c, for XvC
Extra large Linen Towels, 1 Q
value, 25c, for AC
Ilath Towels and Other Kinds, at
Greatly lleduced Prices.

Bed Spreads
$1.50 values QQ
for. ... tOC
$1.75 values, 1 OP
for J) 1
'.:::!a;s: $1.49
$3.50 Satin Finish dQ AO
Spreads, for J)t0
You have to se our line of those

Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting,
9c. values, at
Simpson's Percales and Cali Calicoes,
coes, Calicoes, Sc. values, at ......
36-inch Percales, light and dark
colors, 12c. values, at ..
Chambrays, all assorted fast
colors, 10c. values at

Amoskeag Apron Ginghams, assorted

checks, 10c. values,
at

7c
5c
8c
6c

7c

Sheets

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

37c
59c
69c

Dress Linen

10c
15c

8I2Q

8c

36-inch "Pure Linen Lawn,
39c values, for
36-inch Pure Linen Suitings,
50c values, for .
36-inch Pure Linen Front Fronting,
ing, Fronting, 50c. values, for
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 i .

36-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

l, pure
15c
10c
19c
79c

Other Great Values

90-inch Linen Sheeting,
$1.50 values, for
Unbleached Sheeting, 9-4,
25c. values at
Pepperal Bleached Sheeting,
9-4, 30c. value, at

Unbleached Sheeting, full
' width, 7c, values, at ....
Bleached Sheeting, 7-8 yard
width, 8c. values, at
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, 8c. values, at ....
4-4 Bleached Sheeting, no
starch, 10c. values, at .

79c
19c
22c
5c

5c
5c
7c

rss fZinp-bjims mad a a

in America, 12c. values, at

Fancy Dress Ginghams, also AiU
Apron Checks 6c values at fr2C

Galatea, the best cloth for
suitings, 13c. values, at
Poplins, all colors and fancy
stripes, 25c. values, at.

Shepherd Plaid Suitings, assorted

checks, 1 2c. values,
at
4

Outing Flannels In all shades,

10c, and 12c. values a

Light Color Calicoes, 6c. values
Good Grade Dress Cheviots, r
12c. values, at ........ .. OC
Covert Cloth?, assorted fast r
colors, 15c .values, at .. 1UC

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

32-inch Worsteds, assorted,
colors, 35c values, at ..

42-inch Satin Striped Worsteds, all

wool, $l.o0 values,
at
3 4-inch Diagonal Striped
Serges, 75c values, at .
50-inch Mohairs, assorted
colors, 60c values, at .

52-inch Broad Cloths, assort

ed colors, $1.50 values, at

Dotted Suesine Silk, worth
35c, assorted colors, at..

Fancy Summer Silks, Fou-

lard patterns, worth 75c.
Heavy Silk Finished Corded
. Repp, 50c. values, at .

Mercerized Foulards, assort assorted
ed assorted patterns, 25c. values,

Klektra Cloth, suitable for
children's dresses, at .

Fine White Dress Goods,
25c .values, at ....

39-inch Unbleached Sea Island
Cotton, Sc. values, for

42-inch Bleached Pillow QiU
Casing, 13c values, at . O'aC

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

3c

19c
eds. all

74c

on

39c

74 c

19c

24c
29c

19C

8c

10c

6c
Vzc

8c

3c

Captain II. S. Knapp, commanding
the battleship Florida, informs Gover Governor
nor Governor Gilchrist that the great war vessel
will be at Pensacola Saturday, Dec. 16,
and remain until the 19th. in order to
receive the silver service that is to be
presented by the state.

PILES CfKED IX 6 TO 14 DAYS
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Pro Protruding
truding Protruding Piles in 6 to U days. 50c.

J. M. Ktlley, who was sent to the
penitentiary for life a year ago for
the murder of Will C. Cellars, a Coast
Line special officer at Gainesville sev-

eral years ago, has escaped from a
'convict camp in Volusia county.

"I do not believe there Is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough

las uaamoeriam s uougn i-.emeay.

writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction
City, Ore. This remedy is also un unsurpassed
surpassed unsurpassed for colds and croup. For
sale by all dealers.

We carry everything in birt, eol eol-lr
lr eol-lr and tie. Compare our hirtn and
prieew. 200 dozen collar at 5e. each.
At the Oeala Bazaar.

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

For the Bowels r
A Cure for Chronic Constipation, Torpid Liver
and Irregular Bowel Movements.
Constipation 13 th most common disorder of the bowels. It
affects both sexes and all ages but Is more prevalent amonff
women because their duties in the household require less physical
exercise than the occupations cf men; therefore women suffer
most from it3 baneful effect. C w
A constipated person Is an easy victim -when exposed to any
tcrious disease. Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Malaria, Rheumatism
Email Pox. Tello-w Fever and Brignfs Disease gather their annual
harvest cf death among those who are habitually constipated.
Even though they escape these diseases, such persona are always
edling more or less. They have headaches, bad digestion, dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, vlrtigo (blind staggers), sallow complexion, flatulence, loss
cf strength; and no energy at all. Herbine has a most admirable
effect in the bowels; It is cooling, purifying and regulating. It
puts a prompt check on biliousness, wind in the bowels, nervous nervousness,
ness, nervousness, heartburn, tad breath, low spirits, drowsiness In the day daytime
time daytime and nervous wakefulness at night.

Price 50c per Bottle.

ST.

For Weak Stent or Sore Eyea cse Stephens Eye Salve. It

ISoldAno Re eo wmknoioByT

ALL DRUGGISTS



OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911

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 especial
pecial especial needs of the people of Marion and adjoining
counties.
It is under fctate supervision. It is managed by
men of wide business experience. It has a capable
and efficient directorate.
In the choice of a bank these facte are worthy of
your consideration.

tt wmimmun

am

MOVE.D8

Owing to the rapid increase in our business and a need
of additional room, we have moved into the store formerly
occupied by the paint department of the Ocala Lumber fe

Supply Company, with A. M. Lansford, the music dealer,
OPPOSITE THE BANNER OFFICE.
We are now better prepared than ever to handle your
Tailoring. Cleaning and Pressing.
THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO.
MERCHANT TAILORS OCALA, FLORIDA

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UU11L11 UUUU1IIILI1ULU

Fl'XERAL OF COL. V. X. CAMP

Get it from Beck; get it right.

Mr. D. W. Davis
visit today.

paid Dunnellon a

Tally cards that have never
used at the Court Pharmacy.

been

Mr. Robert Sanders of Dunnellon was
in the city last night.

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

Miss Gladys Drake went up to
Intosh to visit friends today.

BOY WANTED Apply
Bakery by telephone.

to Carter's
11-25

Charles Pinkoson, the Coast
sleuth, was in town today.

Line

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

Miss Winnie Tucker
Dunnellon this morning

went down to

Home made candy
guild sale, Dec. 5th.

and cake at the

Colored paper for decorating at the
Ocala News Co.

HAMDSQRUE HEW
1912 FORD CARS

John T. Lewis, state convict inspec inspector,
tor, inspector, is in the city today.
There will be a special Thanksgiving
dinner at the Ocala House Cafe tomorrow.

If you want to And a good boarding
house at reasonable rates, call up the
Star office.

If you want something good, go to
the oyster supper at the Elks' hall
Dec. 5th.

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

Mr. W. M. Ross of Jacksonville, for formerly
merly formerly a resident of Ocala, is in town
on business.

The Star went to press too early

today to give- a detailed report of the

funeral services of the late Col. W. N.

Camp. We learned that the music
was supplied by a male quartet, com composed
posed composed of Messrs. D. S. Woodrow, C. S.
Cullen, J. J. and A. E. Gerig, who sang
by request two of Col. Camp's favorite
hymns, "Cast Thy Bread Upon the Wa Waters"
ters" Waters" and "All the Way My Savior
Leads Me."

ELKS MEMORIAL. SERVICE

Ocala Lodge No. 2 86, B. P. O. Elks
will hold its annual memorial service,
or session of sorrow, at the lodge
rooms Sunday afternoon, Dec. 3rd. At
the session of the lodge last night a
committee was appointed to arrange
the program and the public will be in invited
vited invited to atteend the service.

THANKSGIVING SERVICES
AT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH

T a. m.--Holy Eucharist.
10 a. m. Morning prayer and Holy
Eucharist with sermon.
5 p. m. Evening prayer.

SEND THE5I IV SOOX

The Star will go to press tomorrow
unusually early, in order to enable its
printers to celebrate Thanksgiving. So
if you have an item, a notice or a com communication
munication communication for it, send it in early.
Display advertisements for the daily
or weekly should be sent-in this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon as soon as you see this, for the
latter paper must be closed, up tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon.

CLIFFORD WILL KEEP YOU COMFY

You needn't stay away from the Air
Dome tonight because the weather is
unpleasant. Arrangements have been
made to make everybody comfortable,
and the program will be an unusually
good one.

WASHERMEN WON'T WORK

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

J
m mnr w vrtSj

Mr. Nathan Goldman left last night
for Savannah to attend the races and
spend a few days with friends.

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

Mr. W. P. Edwards market will be
closed tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock
for Thanksgiving day.

lOO boys' NuitN, aj?e .1 to IS years.
Every mult bought aw a bargain. Price,
to $0 Mult. At the Ocala Dazanr.

Mrs. M. E. Robinson is entertaining
her cousin, Mrs. W. K. Mower of Atlanta.

Mr. E. M. Howard of the Ocala Steam
Laundry informs the Star that he and
Billy Dodson and the other genii of
the washtub will observe Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving tomorrow, so it will be very little
use to ring up 101 between quitting
time this evening and Friday morning.

FOR SALE OR RENT

A good farm of 180 acres, 12 miles
from Ocala on Ocala and Southwestern
.Railway; 50 acres of land cleared, good
house and other buildings and good
well of water. For rent or sale. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. R. Don Ferguson, corner
North Second and Lime streets, Ocala,
Fla.

AN UP-TO-DATE ELECTRIC
HORSE CLIPPING MACHINE

THE FORD
0! PALATKA, FLORIDA

SALES A6E8GV
WALTER W. TILGHMAN. Manager

There will be a special Thanksgiving
dinner at the Ocala House Cafe tomorrow.

We have installed the very latest de device
vice device in an electric clipping machine for
horses and mules. We are now ready
to clip your animals quickly and in a
neat manner while you wait, if in a
hurry. Tompkins & Cobb,
Liverymen, Ocala, Fla.

I 11

I am thankful that I ftaved m; war-

plu earning, for 'they have brought

me prosperity, independence and con content.
tent. content. I hare rten in the estimation of
my bank, the buftlnegis world and my-

aelf.

And I am thankful for the teachings

of the Kavlngst department of
THE Ml'XROE & CHAMBLISS HANK.

No account nor bntdneMa 1m too small
to receive the bet attention of this
bank.

THE CHORUS LADY

The above-named noted play will be
presented at the Temple this evening.
A severe roast for the company play playing
ing playing it appeared in the Jacksonville
Metropolis of Monday and may have
prejudiced some Ocala people against
it. The- players claim, .however, that
the Metropolis, did not give them a
fair show, and certain it is that they
have received flattering notices in oth other
er other places from critics as competent as
those on the Metropolis. At any Tate,
they deserve to be tried on their own
merits, and the Star hopes they will
have a good house.

THE ROSARY ISNT A' LYCEUM PLAY

The recent announcement that the
Rosary, the play which will be staged
at the Temple next Monday, was a ly ly-ceum
ceum ly-ceum entertainment, was a mistake.
The next lyceum attraction will be on
Dec. 11th.

Mrs. Maud Home received a message
from her brother-in-law at Norman
Park, Ga., this morning saying that
Mrs. Mitchell Home, who was so badly
burned a few days ago, was still liv living
ing living but her condition was most se serious.
rious. serious. Her baby, two years old, was
burned so badly that 'it died last night.
It wrill be remembered that Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell Home made their home
with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Home
at York, in this county, for five or six
years. They Were well known in Ocala.

Mr. Elmer DeCamp, who has possess possessed
ed possessed a valuable tract of celery land at
Sanford for some years, has sold the
same for a good price.

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When you marry the girl of your choice a bank account will come
in handj. Besides the man who saves his money is 'thought more of
by his enTployer and is given the position of responsibility over the
man who spends all he makes. v
We win. pay you four per cent, interest on the money you put in
our bank and compound the interest every six months. :

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX 175400

JNO. L, EDWARDS.

H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
Pres. CLARENCE CAMP.' VIto Pros.

HIGH RAILROAD OFFICIALS

Mr. Harry Cole, who was so severely
injured by a fall from his motorcycle
some days ago, improves slowly, but is
yet far from well.

Messrs. William Hocker, I. W. Ar Arnold
nold Arnold and Harvey Clark returned last
night from a business trip to Jacksonville.

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.

OFFERS
Their handsome new model Ford cars at the following most
astounding prices prices-Touring
Touring prices-Touring Car, 5-Passcngcr $740
Delivery Wagon 750
Tnrnprto Rimatiout 640

Open Runabout ........ 640
Roadster - 640
All 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 postoffice.

We line lioyn' Mehool find dreMM pants,
Nlze 3 yearn to IS, price, 2k. to $2 per
pair. At the Ocala Bazaar.

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

Ills line Chrintmas tle and handker handkerchief,
chief, handkerchief, In boxes for holiday presents.
At the Oeala Bazaar.

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

WILD WEST SHOW DEPARTS

The people of the wild west show,
that has been in the hands of the sher sheriff
iff sheriff here for the past week under an at attachment,
tachment, attachment, have settled their differences
and were released yesterday. The show
will go from here to Gainesville, where
it expects to make a- week's stand.

BUGGY FOR SALE

An open buggy with extra back
seat in first class condition; good rub rubber
ber rubber tires and newly painted. Apply
to phone 187.

COTTAGE FOR RENT

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

Conductor W. T. Mcllwain says the
heavy rain yesterday lasted all the
way to Lakeland and all day, and re reports
ports reports from passengers on the south southbound
bound southbound train indicate that it was gen general
eral general over the northern part of the
state.

Mr. William Guise, who has been in
business at Fort McCoy for some
months, has taken a position in the
Commercial Bank. Mr. Guise is a
brother-in-law of Mr. James Johnson.

This morning dawned in a cold,
driving rain which has kept up, or
rather kept coming down, most of the
day. The temperature has fallen as
steadily as the rain.

Freight and Passenger Representatives
of Xorthern Roads to Visit Oeala.
Mr. E. E. Robinson, chairman of the
publicity committee of the board of
trade, has received a letter- from Mr.
S. C. Boyalston, Jr., assistant general
passenger agent of the Seaboard Air
Line Railway, from which we make
the following extract:
"Mr. R. C. Capps, our vice president,

has arranged a trip for the outside
freight and passenger representatives representatives-by
by representatives-by special train service over South
Florida lines for the purpose of mak making
ing making the people acquainted with Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. "We anticipate there will be between
sixty and seventy on the train, com composed
posed composed of freight and passenger repre representatives
sentatives representatives through the north, east and
west.
"The itinerary calls for the train to
arrive at Ocala at 6 p. m., Friday, De December
cember December 1, to remain at Ocala one hour.
I would be very glad If you would
meet us."
Mr. Louis F. Savarese, secretary of
the Ocala Board of Trade, together
with Mayor J. D. Robertson, Mr. M. J.
Roess, Mr. R. S. Hall, Dr. J. C. Boozer,
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, Mr. T. T. Munroe
and Mr. John L. Edwards, will meet
the distinguished guests and will take
them over the city in automobiles. He
suggests that the merchants keep open
until after the arrival of the train and
have their respective places of busi business
ness business as brilliantly iluminated as pos possible,
sible, possible, so as to show off the business

portion of the city to as good advant

age as possible. Banner, 29th.

Mr. M. R. Hunnicut is helping Mr.
Guy Geiger with his confectionary
store.

Illg job In children's low shoes,
the ro(In to know their value.
Gadson at the Ocala Bazaar.

See
See

Fine Mules

and Horses

FOR SALE

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

.

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

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

Yesterday morning a young lady of
this city was the recipient of a fine
automobile of the Marquette racing
type. Undoubtedly some mistake in
the delivery was made, as the lady
had not ordered a car of this kind, and
the name of a possible donor- was not
given The machine was returned to
the Ocala Gas Engine Works, where
the rightful owner may obtain it.

They all say we are right on hats.
Come and see and get out prices. The
Ocala Bazaar.

At the request of Mayor Robertson,
the business houses of the city closed
this afternoon during the funeral hour
of the late Col. W. N. Camp.

FOR RE.NT Two nicely furnished
rooms to rent on Fort fCing avenue
during the fair. Apply to the Star office.

Troxler and the Court Pharmacy
have put their hot drink apparatus to
work, which the public much appre appreciates
ciates appreciates this sort of weather.

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

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

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.

Miss Grace Milligan. who has been
in the city for some days visiting her
ster, Mrs, Louis Lang, left for her
home today.

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

Special Low Price for Cash or Credit,
I K STANTON & CO
Ocala, Florida.

There is OaSy One
That is

A phone message from the hospital
at 2 p. m. a-inounces that Mr. William

Bullock is improving steadily. Mr.

Ausley's condition remains the same.

Amona: the drinks at the Court

Pahrmacy and Troxler's is clam bouil

Ion, which Holmes Walters says gives
people a disposition to talk less. Most

of us talk too blamed much, anyhow

We carry a foil line of men, women

and children's furnishings goods for
holiday presents, and are considered
leaders In toys and holiday gift goods.
See Gadson at the Ocala Bazaar.

The members of the Episcopal church

will take offerings of fruit and vege

tables to the church tomorrow morn morning,
ing, morning, which will be turned over to the

King's Daughters, who will distribute

same among the poor of the city.

Mr. J. W. Crosby of Tampa and Mr.

Barnes, postmaster of Plant City, are

in town today on business matters.

THE METROPOLITAN OPERA 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

IIAXKERS WILL GIVE THAXKS

, 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.

MASTERS CO'S. THAXKSGIVIXG

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.

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

See us abont your clothing. Some
great values in men's pants, suits, ex extra
tra extra coats and overcoats. At the Ocala
Bazaar.

Jos. W. Dodge is moving his paper
and paint establishment to 284 South
Magnolia street, which gives him more
room for his increasing trade.

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

In damp, chilly weather there Is al always
ways always a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience its great re relieving
lieving relieving power in rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
twinge. Price, 25c, 50c and 1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.

WANTED Frying size chickens. I
pay good price. Charles Rodoff, Heating's.

Mrs. R. L. Martin, after a pleasant
visit to Mrs. George E. Campbell, re returned
turned returned to her home at Lake Weir this
afternoon.

JLsazaHlrfre

QannnnninKB

USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.

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

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

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 manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, and sold under a positive guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. It is true to the name, stim stimulating
ulating stimulating the liver, at the same time as assisting
sisting assisting It in its natural action. Sold
in Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore.

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.

For sale at a Bargain Horse and
buggy. Owner is going north G. E.
Jacobs. Burbank. Fla. 11-24. 2t.

J. E. Parker. 2021 No. 10th St., Ft.

Smith, Ark., says, that he had taken
many kinds of kidney medicine, but
did not get better until he took Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. No matter how long
you have had kidney trouble, you will
find quick and permanent benefit by
the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start
taking them now. Soli by the Court
Pharmacy.
Handsome lace curtains of all de designs
signs designs at Rheinauer's, second floor.

ASHAMED OF HER FACE
"I was ashamed of my face," writes
Wisa Pickard of North Carolina. "It
was all full of pimples and scars, but
after using D. D. D. Prescription- for
Eczema I can say that now there is
no sign of that Eczema and that was
i

This is but one of thousands of cases
in which D. D. D. has simply washed
away the skin trouble. D. D. D.
cleanses the skin of the germs of Ec Ec-jema,
jema, Ec-jema, Psoriasis and other serious skin
diseases; stops the itch instantly, and
when used with D. D. T. so?p the cures
peem to be permanent. Nothing like
D. D. D. for the complexion.
Trial- bottle 25 cents, enough to
prove the merit of this wonderfH rem remedy.
edy. remedy.
We can also give you a fu.i s-.se
bottle for $1.00 on our ehpolutp- guar guarantee
antee guarantee that if this very first bottlp fails
to give you relies' U coi th thing.
ing. thing. Postoffice Drugstore and Annex, J. J.
Gerig, Proprietor.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Camp, Mr.

Paul Camp and Mr. James L. Camp of
Franklin, Va., Mr. Frank Camp, Jr.,

of White Springs and Miss Let a Camp

of Sweet Briar, Va., have arrived here

to attend the funeral of CoL W. N.
Camp, which will "he held thi3 after

noon.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton

Johnson will give a debut party for
their daughter. Miss Clara Johnson,

Thursday evening, December 7th.

The many friends of the famliy will

be glad to learn that Mr. and Mrs. E.

P. Thagard and daughters will again

become residents of Ocala the first of

the vear. They will occupy the resi

dence that will be vacated by Mr. Mar
pus Frank on Oklawaha avenue.

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 postoffice.
fice. postoffice. This -hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernised
in every particular. Price, 7 fit, 000,
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one'

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

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

H. A. KRAMER
Koatcioina Block, Oeala, 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. L. B. Arnold of Denver, Colo. "We
have used it repeatedly and it has nev never
er never failed to give relief. For sale by
all dealers.

V. 0. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED T
ON APPLICATION

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 ICh, & PACKING CO.,
OCALA. FLORID

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.

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

We use DRY measure for

the above articles.

You get full weight and

full measure if vou trade at
Baxter Carol's.

WEATHER FORECAST
Fair and colder tonight, freezing

temperature north portion Thursday,
fair and colder extreme south portion.

There are xwo Klncrs of Chin Tonic

PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA. TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST.

XOTICE
Of Application for Pardon

Notice is hereby given that the un

dersigned. Sheriff Blye, win apply to

the Honorable Pardoning Board at

Tallahassee. Florida, on the 4th day of

December, A. D. 1911, for a pardon from
a conviction and sentence by the cir

cuit court of Marion county, Florida,
dated the 15th day of May, 1908, where wherein
in wherein he was convicted of an assault with

attempt to murder Lizzie Blye and sen

tenced to' a term of ten years in the
state prison. The said offense occurred
at Home's still. Marion county, Flor

ida, November 27th, 1S07, and the con

vlction thereof was had at Ocala, Mar

ion county, Florida, on May 15th, 1908.

Sheriff Blye.

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If a OCALA. FLA. j2 I
li 9. 1 Mixed Cars ewr Specialty. I m I
Ak UsforPrioMBefere.
V Purchatine and Save II

ST A FO LIFE DAIRT FEED

Will Produce Merc Milk Tfcaa Any

Feed oa tke Market Call 17s
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OCALA EVENING STAR, Wednesday, November 29, in

I

CARLOAD OF

Messenger
new 1912,

I have just received a carload of:
six of the pretty new Maxwell j

1
Cars. These are thej
i

16 horse power, two

cylinder Cars. They are equipped
with splendid tops, gas lamps and
tank. Delivered in Ocala for S635.
Most of these cars are 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 sells them.
ED TUCKER,
Distributor for Maxwell Cars.

IFIic Kentucky live Stock

Our Mr. Tompkins has just re returned
turned returned from the markets of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky where he selected in person,
as fine a carload of mules and
horses as was ever brought to the
Ocala Market. The stock has ar arrived
rived arrived in first class shape and we
invite you to call at our livery
stables and inspect them. The
prices are as low as is consistent
with first class stock and our guar guarantee
antee guarantee stands back of any trans transaction.
action. transaction. : : : :

TO1PHW!

Ocala

Florida.

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

11

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White, Wile & Warner, makers of the famous W-W-W Ring, au authorize
thorize authorize the retailer to sell their Rings with an absolute guarantee of
satisfaction. This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex (except
cept (except diamonds). If, however, thj stones should come out, the. maker re replaces
places replaces them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every
detail. If you wish to buy a rin.g that will give you entire satisfaction
and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W rings. Look for
the mark W-W-W on the inside. W-W-W rings guaranteed solid gol 1
WHITE, WILE &, WARNER
Makers of Kings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In"
Buffalo, !i
A. E. BURNETT, Agent
A Large Selection of Rinns to Select From

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UR. CARVER:

Yon won't mind carving that bin! it ycu iiavc a carving
knife that will "carve."
MRS. CARVER:
Yon'U be glad to nave your friends dine with you if you
have new knives, forks and spoons for the table.
COME AND SEE OURS.
IMapIoFi Hardware Co.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

ANTED, by a mar- j
ried couple, one
lonesome, homesick
American. Must be j
alone in London and
desirous of eating ;
Thanksgiving turkey i
with couple from j
home. Address will j
be found at window j
D."

Helen Graham turned after putting j
up her small sign on the wall of an j
American rendezvous in London and j
spoke to the man behkid window D. j
"Now, Mr. Gray, you will be sure to j
send some very nice Americans to me, j
won't you? I am trusting entirely to j

your selection. ine ever reaay
smile of the American came to her
lips and eyes.
"Just fancy any Yankee's being
otherwise," laughed the Englishman.
"But I will confine my choice to two
whom I think worthy of your hospi hospitality."
tality." hospitality." "I'll bet you put Gray up to sending
a man and a woman." chided Bob
Graham as he assisted his wife up the
wobbling stairs of a Kensington 'bus.
In the meantime Margery Bonner
walked leisurely along "the Haymarket
toward the rendezvous. Her erect
back and trim, artistic costume pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed her an American girl.
And Hugh Gray, the man behind
window D, was waiting for Margery
Bonner. He had selected her as one
of the guests for Mrs. Graham's
Thanksgiving dinner. She had been
calling for her mall only during the
last three weks, but Gray had discov discovered
ered discovered her charm the very first time her
big blue eyes seemed to coax him for
letters."
He looked up when she stood be before
fore before him.
"I want several letters this morn morning,"
ing," morning," she informed him, her lips part parting
ing parting over a row of perfect teeth.
"Seven letters, Miss Bonner," he
said, giving them to her eager hands.
"Thank you. When I read these I'm
going to a3k you about this." she said
pointing to Mrs. Graham's invitation.
Robert Dexter swung in from the
street, his broad shoulders swaying
under an American rain-coat and his
American eyes seeing everything with with-In
In with-In range. They lighted at sight of
Margery Bonner.
And while her eyes were lowered
over; her letters, Margery Bonner's
heart gave, a little jump when some somebody
body somebody big and broad passed her on his

way to window D. She had covertly j

admired his clear cut lines and the
honest look in his eyes.

The girl approached window D
again. "Tell me," she asked, "if you
know anything about the person
who put this notice here?"
The Englishman smiled his approv approval
al approval of her directness.
"A very charming little woman," he
said quickly. "A Mrs. Graham. She
and her husband are strangers In Lon London
don London and are simply longing for a
friend on whom to lavish a generous
impulse."
"Where do they live?" Miss Bonner
had made up her mind. She was heart heartsick
sick heartsick and dreading the coming Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving away from all her people. She
reflected that no harm could possibly
come of so discreet an offer.
The address she got was near her
own boarding house in Kensington.
Robert Dexter watched her leave
the office and step into a cab and whirl
away.
In his turn he addressed the clerk.
Dexter was embarrassed, he was un undecided
decided undecided as to how to preface his query.
The clerk saw his predicament. He
smiled his knowledge of Dexter's de desire.
sire. desire. In the American there suddenly
was born a great liking for all En Englishmen.
glishmen. Englishmen. "She is a Miss Bonner," Gray said
without waiting for the question.
When Dexter left the American
rendezvous, he had Mrs. Graham's ad address
dress address in his pocket and Gray took
down a certain notice which ended his
part in the planning of a Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving dinner.

i
i
On the last Thursday in November i

I a taxicab whirled to the curb of a 1

beautiful little home on St. Mary's j
road. Margery Bonner stepped out in :
the daintiest of gray chiffon toilettes.
She carried a huge bunch of roses sus- ;
piciotifly like American beauties and a ;
small square package.
"I received your note. Miss Conner,'-
said Mrs. Graham as she led the way
upstairs and into her own boudoir. In
her heart she thanked Mr. Gray for

j his excellent choice. "And we are go go-I
I go-I ing to be even more unconventional
i and use first names," she went on
j quickly in order to hide any sense of
i strain. "I don't want Mr. Dexter, a
; friend of my husband, to know
"You are a dear to think of that,"
! burst out Margery, "and I am glad I
! brought you some roses." She thrust
the huge bouquet into the arms of her
', hostess.
"How sweet, Margery," said Helen.
shyly.
I "Don't mention it
j "Helen," put in Mrs. Graham.
"Helen," finished Margery and be because
cause because they were both happy a duet of
, lauchter reached the two men who

We Milk 30,000 Cows Per Day

Dear Madam

Think what that means 30,000 cows for folks
who want. Van Camp's Miik. T his city is filled
with its users.
W e have dairies in seven states each in the
heart of a. great dairying section. They are stock stocked
ed stocked with Holstein cows. There is no finer milk in
all the world than comes from these model dairies.
And it is germiss milk utterly sterile. Chil Children
dren Children tan drink it without thought of infection.
Waterless Milk
Close to each dairy the milk, fresh from the
cows, is put into a copper vacuum. There we
evaporate two-thirds of the water. And, because
of the vacuum, this is done without scalding.
That is all we do before the milk is sealed.
Nothing whatever is added. The milk is pasteur pasteurized
ized pasteurized after the can is sealed.

Put back the water and the milk is the same as
it came trom the cow, save for the sterilization
by heat.
Thick as Cream
The milk comes to you 28 per cent solids, 8 per
cent butter fat. It is so thick and rich that folks
always dilute it, even for cereals and coffee.
In cooking, it gives to milk dishes twice the
richness and flavor of the average milkman's milk.
That's because milkman's milk separates. When
it gets to the cooking it is rarely more than a
half-milk. And Van Camp's is the whole-milk.
You'll be amazed at the difference.

No Waste No Waiting
You can buy, if you wish, a month's supply at
a time. Then you have milk and cream of the
highest grade ready all the time. And none i3

left over none goes to waste,
will keep till you use it up.

An opened can

Y et, w" .h all these advantages, Van Camp's
Milk costs less than the milkman's. We save you
the cost of the daily delivery. And we save yott
all the waste. In the average home the use of
Van Camp's cuts milk bills right in two.
It is nothing but habit the milk wagon habit
which keeps anyone from using this milk. If you
once learn its economy, its convenience, richness
and purity you will never use ether milk.

The 16-oz. can a full
pint cf Van Camp's costs
10 cents. The 6-oz. can
costs 5 cents. That's with
two-thirds the water evap evaporated.
orated. evaporated. Your grocer gets
it direct from our nearest
dairy.

Van Camp Packing Co.
Indianapolis. In!.

Van Camp's Milk
Evaporated Sterilized Unsweetened

h Camp$ i

eyes hid themselves lest he read her
surprise and yes, delight at meeting
him.
"Tell me," cried Margery excitedly,
"have we time to do something aw awfully
fully awfully American, before dinner?" Be Before
fore Before anyone had answered, she was
away and back again with the pack package
age package she had brought with her. She
extended it to Helen.
"Oh, you dear!" There were tears
in Helen's voice as she hugged two
boxes of shelled popcorn to her breast.
"I haven't seen any of this for six
months." She turned swiftly to the
bell and the maid appeared presently
with some long-handled corn poppers.
There was a choky sensation In the
throats of all four when these little
implements of American life appeared,
and they had the effect of breaking
the last barrier of convention existing
among the new made friend.
"The sport is rustic," cried Helen,
falling on her knees before the fire,
"but I love it!"
"And these fires are ideal, for pop popping,"
ping," popping," exclaimed her husband gazing
at the bed of red coals. He went

M II

Mm
Purest

Tea is the chief refreshment and ladies
who buy their tea here praise it with without
out without stint. In fact, we have made a

' reputation for the high qualities of our
k rich teas and coffees, both of which are
having large sales among the best
families, : : : : : :

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

O fei" -r.i,

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

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

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

Pimentoes.
Lobsters.
Shrimp.
Crosse & IJIackwell's Line
of Pickles and Condiments.
Dill, Cucumber and Sweet
Mixed Pickles.
Red, AYhite 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

Grocery

OCALA, FLORIDA

were already smoking the pipe of
friendship.
'"You nuist say 'hello Jack" as soon
as we get to the drawing-room."
prompted Helen as the two descended
the stairs.
'Hello. Jack," cried Margery when
two equally good-booking men rose at
their entrance.

Jack Graham dil not lose a second.
"Hello. Marj." he threw back at her,
"you put on my favorite go-vn, didn't
you? Come here and tnet-a Robert
Dexter. Mi?s Bonner Mr. Dexter." j
They shook hands and MarzerVs

"The Sport Is Rustic."
down on his knees before her. "Come
on, Marj. get your popper! Here, Dex Dexter,
ter, Dexter, fill this popper for Miss Conner."
Dob Dexter .ooked at the trio of
happy faces in the glow of the fire;
the yellow corn was puffing into Huffy
balls and the fragrance of fresh fresh-roasted
roasted fresh-roasted corn permeated the room. The
picture stamped itself indelibly on
Dexter's mind, especially the profile of
the girl beside him. Her delicate face
was clear cut like a cameo among the
shadows. She glanced around and
met the urtruard-d look in his eyes
and a Mush not caused by the fire
mounted her cheeks. By way of cov covering
ering covering his embarrassment she handed
him her popper.
"Here." she raid, "you are doing
nothing pop a while."
He took the long handle, touching
her hand in the transfer.
So intent was the quartette and so
far had the memories escaped into the
home land thai they did not hear the
soft voice of the maid when she an announced
nounced announced dinner.
To at least two in the party, there
had never been a Thanksgiving din dinner
ner dinner more compleie. Cupid stole the
wines of the turkey and flapped joy joyously
ously joyously about the interchanged two
hearts in his glee.

;:.mach anJ Liver
'ekr-n fr srire, and

W.VMED TO KXCII.WGE
Florida land for ligUt, five-passenger
automobile. Car must be in first class
condition. Call on or write, J. W.
Hood, M. I)., Ocala, Fla.

Recipe for Happier World.
If people thought less about their
own digestions and more about the
welfare of otter people it would be a
healthier and a happier world.

IT STAKTI.ED THE WORLD
when tlie astounding: claims were first
made for Backlen's Arnica Halve, but
forty years of wonderful cures have
prove! them true, and everywhere it is
now known as the best salve on earth
for burn-, boils, scalds, sores, cuts,
bruises. sprains, swellings, eczema,
chapped hands, fever pores and piles.
Only 25c. at Tydings & Co.

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

Needed It.
As soon as Adam awoke and saw
Eve he coined the word "trouble."
Chicago Keeord-Heraid.

A HIHGLUl'S AWFUL DEED
may not paralyze a home so complete completely
ly completely a? a mothers Ion or 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. "Sc. at Tydings & Co.

SAVANNAH and RETURN
VIA
HTLRNTIG COflST LINE

Epitaph Worth Striving For.
His heart was as great as the world,
but there was no room in it to hoid
the memory of a wrong. Emerson.

T

amtierl nn

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d-;:
them a
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perfect safety by
!ian or the young young-.1
.1 young-.1 t-a hie will also
it .!: remedy for
r.ir.g their weak weaker
er weaker rearulating the

bowels. For sale by all dealers.

! I1C KCIIE, IIEAD-
l ACHE, ERVOI'SES
j j.n3 rheumatism, both in men and wo wo-;
; wo-; men. mean kidney trouble. Do not al al-!
! al-! low !t to progress beyond the reach of
i medicine but ?top in promptly with
' Foley Kidney Pills. They reguate the
action of the urinary organs. Tonic in
j action, quick in results. Sold by the
j Court Pharmacy.

Vanderbilt Cap.
Tiedeman Trophy
Also--Georgia-

Grand Prize Race
Savannah Challenge Trophy
Anbnrn Football Game.

Tickets sold Nov. 26th to 29th in inclusive.
clusive. inclusive. Limit to reach starting

point Dec 4th. : : : :
For Descriptive Folder of Course, etc, and

other information, call on

D.P.A..:

M. R. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent,
Ocala, Fla.

Tampa, Fla.