The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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THE FURinTUKS XHT.
GEE! BUT IT IS COLD!
We are headquarter for Blankets,
Comfort and Spread. Cone to see di
and have a good night' sleep.
VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1911.
BEDDING
NO. 161.

ADVICE FROM
CUSTOMER

"As soon as a person
be-
gins to accumulate money he
begins to take an interest in
Hvinfr Tho fnr-f that!
nmg. ine ery iacx inai
he can save small amounts
and make them larger makes
him hustle' and compels his
interest and attention. In Invest
vest Invest a dollar in our Savings
Department, add to it weekly
or monthly and see how your
efforts will increase. I've
tried it and know you try
it,"
THE
& GHAMBLISS
BANK
- FLORIDA
MUNROE
OCALA,
U. S. POSTAL SAV1KGS BANK
DEPOSITORY
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Ocala, Fla.
Instructor fn Voice
and Piano
Specializing hi Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tev Tev-nic
nic Tev-nic of the I iano.
FULLER & AVER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Office over Munroe & Chamhliss B'k.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J. E. GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA - FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH
L. F. BLALOGK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Dank
OCALA
FLORIDA i
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5
p. m. Phone 211.
TERMS. CASH.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Night or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 1, 5 and 6, Holder i
Buildinsr. Second Floor. Phones, i
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
G. J, PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLORIDA
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans. Blue Prints
and 'Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
vade on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Ho, --r 27, Holder niock.
OCALA FLORIDA
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA.
MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
!:nslnM5 Men's FaTorlte Place Reop Reopened
ened Reopened by r Veteran.
CALL AXD SEE HIM
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Wqrk. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

4lIE EII ISO

A Million Dollar May be Appropriated
at the Present Session of the
Mxty-Seeond Congress
Washington. Dec. 5. Staccato rap3
with the gavel by Vice President Sher-
man in the Senate and Speaker Champ
Clark In the House at noon ye3terday,
set in motion the first regular session
of the sixty-second Congress.
Yesterday's session was brief, both
houses adjourning until today, when
the president's message will be receiv received.
ed. received. Fully four-fifths of the members
were present. Five new congressmen
took the oath and two new senators
were sworn in. Hoke Smith of Georgia
and Gardner, democrat, of Maine.
The House received from the treas treasury"
ury" treasury" department an estimate for 1S13.
It shows an apparent saving of over
twenty-one millions and substantial
decreases are shown in the pension es estimates
timates estimates an!! those for the executive
establishments and the department of
agriculture. But these are practically
offset by increased demands for the
army and navy. If the estimate is
followed by the democratic House the
total apportionments may make it a
billion dollar Congress.
The Democratic Proa-ram
The democratic program for legisla legislation
tion legislation includes the following important
j subjects:
Revision of tariff to a revenue
basis.
Economizing on great supply bilLs
for running the government.
Amendment to the Sherman anti antitrust
trust antitrust law to strengthen and enforce it.
Anti-injunction bill.
Contempt of court bill.
Kill for autamatie compensation to
employes. (Employers' liability bill).
A STITCH I iTME
Oeala People Should Not Neglect Their
j Kidney.
j No kidney ailment is unimportant.
Don't overlook the slightest backache
or urinary irregularity. Nature may
be warning you of approaching drop dropsy,
sy, dropsy, gravel or fatal Bright's disease.
Kidney disease is seldom fatal if
treated In time, but neglect paves the
way for serious kidney trouble. Don't
neglect a lame or aching back another
; day. Don't ignore dizzy spells, irregu irregu-j
j irregu-j lar or discolored urine, headaches,
j weariness or depression. Begin treat-
ing the kidneys with the reliable, tjme tjme-,
, tjme-, tried remedy, Doan's Kidney Pills. For
75 years, Doan's have been curing sick
kidneys and curing permanently. En Endorsed
dorsed Endorsed by Ocala people.
Wilber Counts, 58 N. Pine St., Ocala,
Fla., says: "I have used Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills for kidney complaint and
backache, and have been greatly ben benefited.
efited. benefited. I consider this remedy a valu valuable
able valuable one and I do not hesitate to re recommend
commend recommend it In view of all it has done
for me."
For sale by all dealers. Price fifty
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 13
CANDLER
Candler, Dec. 5. Wednesday eve evening
ning evening the pupils of the public school
gave an entertainment in the school
house, which was well attended.
Thursday evening Thanksgiving ser
vices were held, in the Presbyterian
church. Rev. Albertson. the pastor.
delivered the sermon, which was ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by all present.
Miss Louise Albertson, who teaches
the public school at Astor Park, visit?
ed her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Albert Albert-son,
son, Albert-son, from Thursday until Monday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Messrs. P. H. Nugent, H. Bennett
and J. N. Marshall were business call callers
ers callers in Ocala Saturday afternoon.
Saturday, Mrs. and Miss Albertson,
Mrs. and Miss Keith were inOcala on
a shopping expedition.
Col. Burnham has returned from, a
brief business trip to Atlanta.
Saturday evening at the residence of
Mrs. Holtzclaw, was given a doughnut
! social. Proceeds to be
added to the
cemetery fund.
Messrs. Bob Mathews and Harry
Palmer of Ocala spent Thursday and
Friday visiting Mr. John Mathews.
Prof and Mrs. Rickards drove over
from Belleview Saturday afternoon in
their car and called on old friends.
Dr. and Mrs. Belcher are lagrippe
sufferers. Their many friends regret
their illness and wish them a speedy
recovery.
Mr. Lisher of LaMar, Mo., is stop
ping at the residence of Mr. George
McOee. Mr. Lisher expresses himsslf
as well pleased with this part of the
state.
Mr. westover or Lake Weir, was a
business cailler in Candler Monday.
Mesdames Clements and Carson of
Lake Weir were calling on Candler
friends Monday,
WINS FIGHT FOR LIFE
It was a long and bloody battle for
life that was waged by James B. Mer Mer-shon,
shon, Mer-shon, of Newark, N. J., of which he
writes: "I had lost much blood from
j lung hemorrhages, and was very weak J
and rundown. For eight months I
was unable to work. Death seemed
close on my heels, when I began, three
weeks ago, to use Dr. King's New
Discovery. But it has kelped me great greatly.
ly. greatly. It is doing all that you claim."
For weak, sore lungs, obstinate coughs,
stubborn colds, hoarseness, lagrippe,
asthma, hayfever or any throat or
lung trouble its supreme. 50c and Si.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company.
notice
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be opened Wednesday, December th,
1911, 12 o'clock noon, for superintend
ents of hard roads, superintendent for
county poor farm, road overseers for
each county commissioner's district,
bridge tenders and ferrymen, for the
year 1912.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners, Nov. 7th, 1911.
S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Bd. Co. Commissioners.
ivy POULTRY FARM EGGS
We have arranged with the Ivy
poultry people to handle some of their
eggs, and those desiring strictly fresh

eggs may get them for 5 cents per doz dozen
en dozen above the price of ordinary eggs,
so far as the supply goes. These eggs
are put up in cartoons, sealed and con conscientiously
scientiously conscientiously dated, and you win always
find them fresh. Cam's Store.

SPLENDID

ARM

Because of my duties as
tendent of public instruction
superin superin-I
I superin-I cannot
give personal attention to my 100-acre
farm on the Blitchton hard road and
for this and the further reason that
I need the money, I offer it for sale.
The features are a beautiful, healthful,
accessible location, good new houses
for occupant and help, excellent barn
with stalls and outhouses; 50 acres
well fenced in perfect cultivation, well
equipped with work stock, implements,
vehicles, harness and feed. Plant will
inventory $7000, but must go at once.
All ready for immediate occupancy.
For all particulars see or write,
J. H. BRINSON. Owner,
At Courthouse, Ocala, Fla.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD
For any case of kidney, bladder or
rheumatic troubles Hall's Texas Won Wonder
der Wonder cannot cure if taken in time and
given a fair trial. One bottle often
perfects a cure. Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. TV. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
AX UP-TO-DATE ELECTRIC
HORSE CLIPPING 31 AC II IX E
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.
AUTOMOBILE REPAIR
AND PAINT COMPANY
The Ocala Automobile Repair and
Paint Co. has opened a shop in the
wooden building, between the city
market and steam laundry, where they
are prepared, with skilled workmen, to
do all kinds of automobile repairing
and finishing, painting, varnishing,
etc., and any kind of fine carpenter
work or cabinet making. We guarantee
workmanship, quick jobs and close
prices. Respectfully,
Ocala Auto Repair & Paint Co.
ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATERS
I have in stock some new and very
handsome coffee percolaters, heated by
electricity. Coffee made in the most
scientific manner in a few moments
without trouble, odor, or any of the
other inconveniences of oil, alcohol or
wood heaters. Every home should
have one of these percolaters. Price
Is very reasonable. A. E. Burnett.
HORSE FOR SALE
A handsome and stylish young mare
for sale. If you want a good, highly
bred animal, call -on or pWone H. D.
Stokes.
Without opiates or harmful drugs of
any kind Foley's Honey and Tar Com Compound
pound Compound stops coughs and cures colds.
Do not accept any substitutes. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy.
A beautiful line of stationery and
box paper at Tydings & Co.
When children cough a good deal it
is time to take notice or something
serious will develop. A few doses of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup may ward
off a spell of sickness. Price 25c, 50c
and $1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
There is nothing your friends will
appreciate more than one of our large
portraits for Christmas. They must be
seen to be appreciated. Call at Mills'
Studio and be convinced.
The quicker a cold is gotten rid of
the less danger from pneumonia and
other serious diseases. Mr. B. W. L.
Hall, of Woverly, Va., says: "I firmly
believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to be absolutely the best preparation
on the market for colds. I have rec recommended
ommended recommended it to my friends and they
all agree with me.". For sale by all
dealers.
The finest line of photo novelties
and ornamental frames ever seen in
Ocala, are now on display at Mills'
Studio.
Every family has need of a good,
reliable liniment. For sprains, bruises,
soreness of the muscles and rheumatic
pains there is none better than Cham Chamberlain's.
berlain's. Chamberlain's. Sojd by all dealers.
When your feet are wet and cold,
and your body chilled through and
through from exposure, take a big
dose of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
bathe your feet In hot water before
going to bed, and you are almost cer
tain to ward off a severe cold. For
sale by all dealers.
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.
When you nave a cold get a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
will soon fix you up all right and will
ward off any tendency toward pneu
monia, inis remedy contains no
opium or other narcotic and may be
giyen as confidently to a baby as to
an adult. Sold by all dealers.
The latest fabrics of the eastern
mills and also many imported designs
in our dress goods department. Rhein Rheinauer
auer Rheinauer Sc. Co.
Rub the joints with Ballard's Snow
Liniment to relieve rheumatism. It
penetrates the flesh to the bone con conveying
veying conveying its soothing and restorative in influence
fluence influence to the spot where the pain ex exists.
ists. exists. Price 23c, 50c and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
WANTED Active man in each local locality
ity locality to join this society and introduce
our memberships. Sick, accident, death
benefits. $56 to $500 monthly. Box
XX-293, Covington, Ky.
Men's shoes, style and quality guar guaranteed,
anteed, guaranteed, at Rheinauers.

sums

On the Back of Envelope, and Fat
on Jut as Many aw 'You Can
A fiord to Buy
New York, Dec. 5. With the sale ot
Red Cross seals in progress in almost
every state and city of th United
States, the National Association for
the Study and Prevention o:! Tuber
culosis is issuing the following in instructions
structions instructions to its fifty thousand paid
and volunteer workers engaged in
selling the seals, and to the millions
who will buy these holiday stickers
for use on their Christmas mail.
The portofflce department ,ias ap
proved of the Red Cross seal design.
and they may, therefore, in accord
ance with order, .No. 5020 of th? post post-office
office post-office department 'be affixed to the
reverse side of domestic mail matter."
Red Cross seals must be placed only
on the back of letters and not on the
address side of any packages that are
going thrgh the mail. They may be
placed anywhere on matter going by
express. As many seals may re used
on the back of a letter or package as
may be desired. Everyone is urged to
use them liberally, since every seal
is a bullet in the fight against tuber
culosis.
Care should be exercised in sending
merchandise through the mails not to
place seals over the string with which
the package is tied. since this seals
the package a gainst inspection and
subjects it to first-class postage rates.
Red Cross seals may be used also on
the reverse side of mail matter sent to
Austria, Germany, Great Britain and
most of the British colonies except In
dia and Australia. Guatemala, Urug
uay and Portugal refuse to admit mall
bearing non-postage stamps.
Red Cross seals may be used on the
face of checks, on bills, qn .legal doc documents,
uments, documents, and on any commercial paper.
These Christmas seals are not good
for postage. They will not carry any
mail mattex. but any kind of mail mat
ter will carry them. The slogan of the
campaign this year is "A million for
tuberculosis from Red Cross seals."
Every letter or parcel sent put during
the holiday season should bear one or
more seals.
Frrnch Breakfast Rolls
(?.cp by Mra. Sara Tyon Jtorwr)
One pint milk: two ounces CottoleneS
one teaspoonful salt; one pound flour;
erie egg; one-half cup yeast, or one-half
cake yeast dissolved.
Scald the milk and cut Into it the Cot
tolene, add salt, and when oool sift In
the flour; add a well-beaten egg and
the yeast. Beat well and stand in a
warm place over night. In the morning
form into little rolls, handling as little
as possible, adding a very little flaw.
Place each roll in a French roll pan,
stand in warm place three-quarters of
an hour and bake in quick oven about
fifteen minutes.
Everyone likes thjse light, puffy, rolls;
Cottolene gives just as fine results as if
you used butter, and at less expense.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Under and by authority vested inj
the unders'gned, as mayor of the city
of Ocala, a municipal corporation or
ganized and existing under the laws
of the state of Florida, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and give notice that a municipal
election for the cjty of Ocala is here hereby
by hereby called and will be held in the said
city of Ocala, Marion county, Florida,
on the 12th day of December, A. D.
1911, for the purpose of electing a
mayor of said city; also one council councilman
man councilman from the first ward; also one
councilman from the second ward; also
one councilman from the third ward;
also one councilman from the fourth
ward, and also one councilman at
large, for the said city aforesaid and
hereby appoint the inspectors and
clerks as follows for the respective
wards:
Ward No. 1. C. H. Mathews, W. C.
Jeffords, F. B. Beckham, inspectors
and O. B. Howse, clerk.
Ward No. 2. J. H. Livingston, Sr.'
T. D. Lancaster, T. H. Harris, inspec inspectors,
tors, inspectors, and W. W. Stripling, clerk.
Ward No. 3'. T. R. Gary. J. E. Bailey,
A. D. Fausett, inspectors, and Joseph
Shuford, clerk.
Ward No. 4. E. W. Kraybill. R. A.
Carlton, A. Y. Strunk, inspectors, and
R. C. Loveridge, clerk.
J. D. Robertson, Mayor.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, Clerk.
AFRICA IN ARMS
AGAINST THE ITALIANS
A dispatch from Constantinople says
Turkey's sturdy opposition to the Ital
ian invasion of Tripoli an invasion
much made light of during the first
stages of the war is explained by the
fact that over seventy thousand war
riors have answered the call to a holy
war and that this fanatical force is
now ranged behind the sand hills near
Tripoli, ready to lay down their lives
willingly and cheerfully for the sake
of promised martyrdom.
This number is a conservative esti estimate
mate estimate made by the priests of Islam and
will shortly be reinforced by countless
bands of Turks. Arabs, Touaregs, etc.,
from the African Moslem world who
are hurrying post-haste across the
desert sands to join their fellow fight fighters
ers fighters against the invasion of the Christ Christians.
ians. Christians. This host of fanatics includes
males from eight years of age to
eighty, ad among its ranks are many
hundreds of women seeking immortal
ity through Italian bulleti.
Europeans cannot understand the
fervid fanaticism that impels theseJ
men of the East to battle for their re religion,
ligion, religion, without thought of pay, or
hardships, and that court death as a
welcome and honored achievement.
The djehad. or holy war, is the Mos Moslem's
lem's Moslem's formidable tactic to crush the en enemy.
emy. enemy. The Christian Orient experienced
its terrible sway on more than one oc-
casion. and the Crusaders learned ie
dread it more than hunger and thirst
and the direct privations of desert life.
The holy war is a merciless campaign,
not for wordly possessions, not for
territory, not even for the fatherland,
but for the faith of the prophet. It is
a fight to the last drop of blood, a nght
whose limit is the tomb, a nght waged
with that savage flerceness and ve vehemence
hemence vehemence which knows no bounds, no
control, no restraining influence. Its
passion and its enthusiasm are the
wildfire of blind fanacticism.
The Italians in their attempt to
crush such fanacticism have instituted
in Tripoli a reign of terror. It Is said

that hundreds of Arabs are executed
by them every 3ay. Thi3 only increases
the feelings of utter bitterness and

desperate hatred, and makes the task
of the Italians to subject the popula
tion so much more difficult.
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located between the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one block of
the government building and postof postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Price. $16,000.
16,000 down and balance $5,000 in one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent,
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will not be long on
the market. I have tha sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
Slontesuwa Block, Ocala. Fla.
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.
SOFT WATER TANKS
Have you seen the tanks the Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company is. mak making
ing making to hold rain water from the roof
of your dwelling? If not, see them.
ORANGE LAKE
Orange Lake, Dec. 1. Last week
several of the farmers were busy set setting
ting setting out lettuce plants for early mar market,
ket, market, and some a now Just planting
seed.
We had a fine rain last Tuesday
night, which makes everyone feel bet better
ter better and the vegetables and orange
growers are going to work with new
zeal.
Mrs. Blitch of Martin is the guest of
Mrs. B. P. Hatchett.
The remains of Mrs. S. A. Stewart
were buried here last Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Stewart, was the mother of
the late George W. Wilson, editor of
the Times-Union at his death. Com Coming
ing Coming here from Kentucky, Mrs. Stewart
'lived at Orange Lake for many years.
but spent her latter days in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where she died, but preferred to
be brought back to her old home to be
buried in the cemetery at Oak Lawn
by the side of her husband, Col. Ste Stewart.
wart. Stewart. Mrs. George Wilson and two sons,
Henry and George, who came down to
attend Mrs Stewart's funeral, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Irvine for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burrie and Mr. D.
H. Irvine attended the fair, spending
the night in Ocala.
Mr. Wilber Vaughn of Georgia, also
a friend of Mr. Vaughn's, have been on
a visit to Mr. Vaughn's father and
mother at the horn of his sister, Mrs.
David Burrey, f
Mrs. M. A. Chambers and Mrs. Book Bookman
man Bookman of Columbia, S. C, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burrey. They will
visit different places in Florida before
their return. Mrs. Chambers Is an old
resident of Florida and has many
friends here.
Orange Lake has some new boats for
the fishermen's use. also the hunters
are enjoying the sport of shooting at j
the thousands of ducks on the waters.
The gardeners are rushing out their
cabbages and lettuce and as usual an
effort will be made to raise a large
crop of each.
Mr Ben Chambers, one of those generous-hearted
men and prominent mer merchants
chants merchants of Fairfield, drove his little
Brush car from Fairfield to Orange
Lake on the 23rd in less than thirty
minutes.
Orange shipping here has commenc commenced.
ed. commenced. Dan T. Smith, formerly from the
bluegrass section of Kentucky, has
just returned from a four months trip
near Richmond and Lexington, Ky. It
is his desire to spend the winter in
the south, where the big melons grow
and the sea breezes flow.
There are a wo ivinas or dim Tonlt
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.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE
Florida" land for light, five-passenger
automobile. Car must be in first class
condition. Call on or write, J. W.
Hood, M. D., Ocala. Fla.
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 Postofnce Drugstore.
AGENTS WANTED irst class for
Ithls and surrounding counties, for the
"New Standard 1910 Census Atlas of
the World." Agents make $40 to $60
per week. Best of terms. Also agents
for low-prioea. easy selling juvesita
and holiday books. Combination out outfit
fit outfit postpaid only 20c 50 per cent com commission
mission commission to agenta. Full particulars
free. Address A. B. Kuhlman, pub publisher,
lisher, publisher, 136 We3t Lake St., Chicago. I1L
"I had been troubled with constipa
jtion for two years and tried all of th
best physicians in Bristol, Tenn.. and
they could do nothing for me. writes
Thos. E. Williams, Middleboro. Ky.
"Two packages of Chamberlain's Stom Stomach
ach Stomach and Liver Tablets cured me." For
sale Ly all dealers.

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, December 11th, 1911, at 10 o'clock
a. m., I will present to Hon. Joseph
Bell, county judsre of Marion county,
Fla., my application for assignment of
dower in the estate of the late Lewis
Home, as per the petition now on file
with said county judge.
Maude A. Home.

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We call especial attention to the handsome new
line, for men and boys, of
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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,
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OCALA EVETtfG STAR, TttSDAT. DECEMBER 3. 1011.

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OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R Cam-oil, Business Manager.
J. R. Benjamin, Editor.
THE MXAMARAS AND UXIOV LABOFi

Organized labor has a right to feel
outraged at the conduct of the McNa McNamaras.
maras. McNamaras. When they were arrested, cr
. rather kidnaped, organized labor ral rallied
lied rallied to their support. It gave them
the full weight of its moral support
and opened the treasuries of Its unions
to aid In their defense.
But organized labor believed the Mc Mc-Namaras
Namaras Mc-Namaras to be innocent men, the 'vic 'victims
tims 'victims of conspiracy and oppression. It
had foundation for its belief. Capital
Is not any too particular In the means

by which It gains its ends. Blowing
op the Los Angeles Times was a hor horrible
rible horrible tragedy, but the lives that went
out there in flame and smoke were
few compared to those sacrificed ev every
ery every year by capitalistic greed.
Labor unions are a good thing. They
have uplifted the workman and thru
him have uplifted society. Every good
cause has traitors in its ranks, and
the people who condemn organized la
bor because of the McNamaras raiy as
well say the American revolution
should have failed because of Benedict
Arnold.
GOOD MAX GOOD MACHIS E
We have received a statement from
the Mergenthaler Linotype Company
announcing that the bill for s applies
on. our typesetting machine for the
year ending Sept. 30, 1911, amounted
to only $1737. This exceedingly low
Tate Is due to the combined associa association
tion association of a superb piece of mechanism
with an exceedingly careful and coin
petent machinist operator. The lino
type has become such an integral part
of the Star's life that everyone would
feel lost and bereft without It. With
the exception of cleaning and oiling it.
lighting the gas and putting in metal,
very little has been done to the ma
chine since It was put up. It was
built right and it has stayed right. It
has been in the hands of one man, Mr.
B. N. Dosh, who has set up th3 paper,
done a lot of extra work and kept the
machine In order. The Star would
hate to have to try to get along with
out either the man or the machine.
The Mergenthaler Company says: "We
are pleased to note by our records
that linotype supplies purchased y
you for the year ending Sept. 30-, 1911
amounted to the small sum cf $17.13
We feel sure your machine mt.st be in
capable hands and giving satisfactory
service, and we wish to compliment
you upon the good showing Jiade in
the matter of upkeep."
If Russia and Persia go to war, at
least one of our citizens will heartily
hope for victory to perch on the Per Persian
sian Persian standards, and that will be Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Frank. When Marcus was a lit little
tle little boy, not much bigger than big
enough to wear his first trousers, he
had a lesson in Russian oppression
and rascality that will last him all his
life. He and his brother, Asher, both
in charge of an aunt, were anxious to
cross the frontier into Russian Poland,
for the purpose of visiting a relative.
They were captured and tho only a
lady and two children, absolutely inno innocent
cent innocent of anything that would be con considered
sidered considered a crime In a civilized country,
were shut up in a filthy jail. How
long they would have remain ec. there
or what would have become of them,
there is no telling, altho the two little
boys were born In the United States
and to Interfere with them was a vio violation
lation violation of the treaty with this country.
Fortunately the relative who they
crossed the frontier to see was a man
of considerable wealth. He bribed the
Russian officials to let them escape,
but tho they were more fortunate than
many others, they had much suffering
and danger, which Mr. Frank has nev never
er never forgotten. He is only one of thou thousands
sands thousands In all parts of the earth who
hate Russia for her tyranny, and
whose enmity has cost that country
heavily, for whether It be divir.e jus justice
tice justice or not. It Is as certain as anything
that no nation can be corrupt and cruel
and prosper.
We don't know whether Mr. Alvin
O. Roberts has gone out of business or
not. but since the Star showed up his
little scheme to knock the pure food
law. It has received no more of his
nice little dispatches. We are sorry,
for even when there was nothing in
them, or something we didn't want,
they were such lovely copy that it was
a pleasure for a printer to lcok at
them. A disinterested friend some sometimes
times sometimes gives you something for noth nothing,
ing, nothing, but when a stranger comes along
and offers you a tempting looking
morsel on a silver fork, you had best
look at it closely before you bite, par particularly
ticularly particularly if you are a newspaper man
and have-facilities for fooling other
people as badly as you are fooled your yourself.
self. yourself. Another race war Is reported from
Oklahoma. Those Oklahoma race wars
are jokes. Every few days one is re related
lated related under flaming headlines, and
when the smoke clears away generally
one man is reported dead and a !ozen
have sprained their hindlegs trying to
get away. The Star bets that Gallo Galloway
way Galloway and his deputies or Carter and his
police could put the average Oklahoma
race war In jail In about thirteen min minutes.
utes. minutes. John D. Rockefeller has resigned his
office as head of the Standard Oil Com Company,
pany, Company, and John D. Archbold has taken
his place, but its a safe bet that Uncle
John will keep his finger on the cor corporation
poration corporation pulse as long as there is any
feeling in the said digit.
Detective W. J. Burns,- who nailed
the McNamaras, says that Samuel J.
Gompers, head of the American Fed Federation
eration Federation of Labor, was aware of their
guilt. If this be the truth. Gompers is
more a traitor to union labor than the
McNamaras and should be driven from
his office with ignominy.

'The last issue of Collier's contains w
an article on the breakdown of the Burt ?oy; of Cr'stal River' "as been
criminal law that Is enough to make Promoted from flagman to baggrage baggrage-ny
ny baggrage-ny citizen put in a right smart of nls ; master on the A C. L running be be-time
time be-time thinking very seriously. It as- tween Jacksonville and Port Tampa,
serts among other things that there h,ls uncle. Conductor V R. Burt,
are at least 100.000 murderers in the (formerly of Citrus county, but now
United States, three-fourths of whom of Jacksonville-Crystal River News.

have never been brought to trial. It
sroes on to show how any smart law- ;
yer by repeated appeals to higher
courts on the ground and legal tech
nicalltles can keep the vilest murderer
from the gallows for years and often
entirely wear out justice. Its argu-
ment, in fact. Is along the same line
as that of Governor Gilchri3t. who ap appealed
pealed appealed to the Florida legislature to do
away with the technicalities that so
often defeat justice In this state, and
bad hard work to have appointed a
commission that may or may not part-

ly remedy the eviL Colller'3 names
several other states as beintT worse
sinned against than Florida In this regard.

EXPRESS CHARGES MAT HAVE
TO STAXD INVESTIGATION"
Says the New Tork World: It be
gins to look as though the immunity
from prosecution which the express
companies have so long enjoyed 13 to
cease and that the companies, like
the railroads, are to be subjected to
regulation. Enjoying a monopoly
which the government has aided by its
refusal to establish a parcels post, the
companies have had a free hand, some
times charging, a3 has been shown
the past week at the hearing In thi3
city, express rates sixteen times as
high as the freight rates of the rail railroads.
roads. railroads. In round numbers, one thou
sand complaints against the companies
have been noted, a fact which in
dicates that they are not following
the public-be-pleased policy. With
such revelations as these made at the
hearing, the government is at last In
possession of ample evidence of the
way the express business has been
conducted. Experience also has shown
in other countries that the best way
to regulate the charges of such pub
lie carriers is by the establishment of
a parcels post service on a liberal
scale.
CONFEDERATE VETERAN'S
At the regular monthly session this
morning of Marion Camp Confederate
Veterans at the city hall, the follow
ing were in attendance, namely: J. L.
Beck, F. W. Blitch, J. H. Brooks. R. J
Evans, M. P. Frink, B. I. Freyermuth,
H. W. Henry, W.. Kilpatrick, R A
Kelsey. H. N. Knoblock. T. D. Lan
caster, J. H. Livingston, H. W. Long
E. W. McDonald, W. E. McGahagin. B
H Norris, C. C. Priest, H. R. Shaw, I
P. Stevens. A. C. White.
In the absence of Commander J. M.
Martin, Capt. W. E. McGahagin acted
as commander, and Col. J. H. Living
ston as adjutant. Several memorials
to departed comrades were offered and
read. Quite a good deal of business
was transacted and a number of in interesting
teresting interesting talks made. Much Interest
was manifested in the monument to
the women of the Confederacy, for
which funds are being raised.
There is a literary bureau up north
which, among other things, furnishes
editors who can't write with argu arguments
ments arguments as to why their papers, morn morning
ing morning or evening, are the best. Some
weeks ago the Star received a string
of gems from the aforesaid bureau.
They contained the most convincing
arguments as to why the morning pa paper
per paper is a piker and the evening paper
the whole cheese. There was also an
offer to furnish a dozen of these rea reasons
sons reasons a week for a dollar a month. Not
wishing to hurt the feelings of the
Banner, the Times-Union or the New
York World, we gave the reasons to
the Janitor to light his pipe with. The
bureau editor must have thought he
had crossed his wires, for in about
two weeks along came another string
of the most convincing reasons why
the morning paper was IT, and the
evening sheet only an excuse. Same
source; same price: same result.
The Young Ladies' Society of the
Presbyterian church met with Mrs.
McDowell, at her elegant home on
Fort King avenue yesterday, and had
a most pleasant afternoon.
CATARRH CANNOT HE CURED
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you must take in internal
ternal internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, and acts directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine. It was prescrribed by one
of the best physicians in this country
for years and is a regular prescrip prescription.
tion. prescription. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces. The perfect combina combination
tion combination of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in
curing catarrh. Send for testimonials
free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props, Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
J. T. Rawls went to Ocala Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to attend the funeral of Col. W. N.
Camp, president of the Florida Power
Company. Crystal River News.
A DHUAUKUli WOUND
from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail,
fireworks, or of any other nature, de demands
mands demands prompt treatment with Buck Buck-len's
len's Buck-len's Arnica Salve to prevent blood
poisdn or gangrene. Its the quickest,
surest healer for all such wounds as
also for burns, boils, sores, skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, eczema, chapped hands, corns
or piles. 25c. at Tydings & Co.
Miss Alice Cottrell left Saturday for
Tavares, where she will spend a month
during which time she will undergo
treatment for her eyes. Leesburg
Commercial.
A CHARMING WOMAN
is one who Is lovely in face, form,
mind and temper. But Its hard for a
woman to be charming without health.
A weak, sickly woman will be nervous
and irritable. Constipation and kid kidney
ney kidney poisons show in pimples, blotches,
skin eruptions and a wretched com complexion.
plexion. complexion. But Electric Bitters always
prove a godsend to women who want
health, beauty and friends. They reg regulate
ulate regulate stomach, liver and kidneys,
purify the blood; give strong nerves,
bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, vel velvety
vety velvety skin, lovely complexion and per perfect
fect perfect health. Try them. 50c. at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company.
For Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Watts had as their guest
B. F. Goldnamer of Elizabethtown,
Ky and Mr.- and Mrs. E. H. Mote.
Leesburg Commercial.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab Tablets.
lets. Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails
to cure. E. W. GROVE'3 signature is
on each box, 25c
WITH THE COMING OF MIDDLE AGE
There 13 a. letting down in the physical
j forces often shown in annoying and
j painful kidney and bladder ailments
and urinary irregularities. Foley Kid-
;ney fins are a spienaia reguiaung ana
strengthening medicine at such a time.
Try them. Sold by the Court Pharmacy
Tillyhurst has been sold to J. F.
Smith of Oxford, Ala., who together
with Mr. Davenport, will be here this
month. Crystal River News.

MORE MOXET FOR

THE RAILROAD 3TE-V
Wilmington. N. C. Dec. 5. It is an
nounced from headquarters of the
railroad here that, effective Dec. 1, a
general Increase of salary will be al- ;
lowed all clerks, agents, agency em-
ployes, etc., over the entire Atlantic j
Coast Line system. Several thousand j
t :M V 1 T V 1
euipiu) es ii ni.cti.cvji. ic in
crease is said to average about 4 per
cent.
IGOU WANT; TO HE SENATOR
Our senator from Lake county who
has served so acceptably for a num
ber of terms, the Hon. I. N. Withers.
has decided that he will not run again
for the offlce, and it gives the Lake
Region pleasure to announce as a can candidate
didate candidate for that important position W.
M. Igou of our city. The record of Mr.
Igou as our representative during the
past term of the legislature Is suf sufficient
ficient sufficient for us to know that he may be
found on the right side of all ques questions,
tions, questions, and, as a worker, members of
the legislature will tell you that he
wa3 tireless and faithful to his duties.
Eustis Lake Region.
DANDRUFF AND ITCHING
SCALP YIELD TO
ZEMO TREATMENT
Why should you continue to exper experiment
iment experiment with salves, greasy lotions and
fancy hair dressings trying to rid your
scalp of germ life. They can't do it
because they cannot penetrate to the
seat of the trouble and draw the germ
life to the surface of the scalp and
destroy it.
Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY?
One that will do this. We have a rem remedy
edy remedy that will rid the scalp of germ life
and in this way will cure DANDRUFF
and ITCHING SCALP.
This remedy is ZEMO. a clean, re refined,
fined, refined, penetrating scalp tonic that goes
right to the seat of the trouble and
drives the germ life to the surface and
destroys it.
A shampoo with ZEMO (ANTISEP (ANTISEPTIC)
TIC) (ANTISEPTIC) SOAP and one application of
ZEMO will entirely rid the scalp of
dandruff and scurf. Do not hesitate,
but get a bottle of ZEMO today. It
acts on a new principle and will do
exactly what we claim for it.
Sold and endorsed in Ocala by the
Postoffice Drugstore. 3.
Pete Alsobrook has bought the fa famous
mous famous speed boat, Golden Rod, of Eus Eustis.
tis. Eustis. and now has it in commission for
quick service between Leesburg and
Emeralda. Leesburg Commercial.
WORK WILL SOON START
after you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their
fine results. Constipation and indi indigestion
gestion indigestion vanish and fine appetite re returns.
turns. returns. They regulate stomach, liver
and bowels and impart new strength
and energy to the whole system. Try
them. Only 25c. at Tydings & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. L W. Duval of Ocala.
spent Thanksgiving in the city guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Efird. Leesburg
Commercial.
AN ALARM AT NIGHT
That strikes terror to the entire house household
hold household is the loud, hoarse and metallic
cough of croup. No mistaking it, and
fortunate then the lucky parents who
keep Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
on hand. H. W. Casselman, Canton, N.
Y.f says: "It is worth its weight in
gold. Our little children are troubled
with croup and hoarseness, and all we
give them is Foley's Honey and Tar
Campound. I always have a bottle of
it in the house." Sold by the Court
Pharmacy.
SCHEDULE TO ORANGE SPRINGS
The Ocala Northern Railroad Com Company
pany Company began operating through
trains to Bay Lake, Orange Springs
and Kenwood on Thursday, September
14 th. Train leaves Ocala 7 a. m. in instead
stead instead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will
make one -round trip daily to these
points except on Sundays, when two
round trips will be madi, Sunday
trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and 3
p. m. Until further notice tickets
will be sold to all stations except Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs at rate of one fare for
the round trip. Sunday rates between
Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25
cents for the round trip. All tickets
limited to day of sale. Now get your
baskets ready and spend a pleasant
day at the famous resort of Orange
Springs, one of the most delightfu
places for an outing or recreation 1.
the South. S. P. Hollinrake, Supt.
Men's shoes, style and quality guar guaranteed,
anteed, guaranteed, at Rheinauer's.
DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. Li.
Located at the Jones Honpltal on Seutb
First Street. West
OCALA, FLORIDA.
All Calls Promptly Answered.
MRS. LARAMORE
TELLS JTROUBLES
Lady in Goodwater Describes Her
Distressing Experience and
Tells How She Was
Finally Relieved.
Goodwater, Mo.- "Ever since I ww
t little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore,
I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia.
I suffered misery after eating, and had
terrible heartburn.
I thought I had to suffer this way ai
long as I lived, but when I began to take
Thedford's Black-Draught, in smat
doses, every night, the heartburn was zV
gone in a few days, and I could eai
without distress.
1 took two small packages in all, anc
although that was some time ago, the
dyspepsia has not returned.
I speak a good word for Thedford's
Black-Draught whenever I have the op opportunity."
portunity." opportunity." If eating causes distress, we urge yot
to try Thedford's Black-Draught. V
cleanses the system, helps the stomach tc
digest its food, regulates the bowels, and
stimulates the liver.
It acts gently and is without bad after
effects. Try it. Price 25c-
F01EY S KIDNEY PHIS

Ml IS IAD

And Was Extenalvely Quoted at the
RBt Meeting of Wulhaa' Clubs
la Jacksonville
The Woman's Club held a very en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic meeting in the club rooms
Saturday afternoon. The attendance
was unusually large, a number of vis visitors
itors visitors being present to see the demon demonstration
stration demonstration by Mr. C. W. Hunter on "paper
cooking." The "bags" failed to
arrive in time, so Mr. Hunter will give
the demonstration at some other meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The executive board had a short
business session before the club hour
and several very important matters
were acted upon.
The chairman of the animal protec protection
tion protection committee, Mrs. D. M Smith, will
not only have drinking fountains, but
will have sheds erected under which
the horses from the country may be
fed and sheltered from the hot sun.
This is a very humane movement and
all the citizens will cooperate with
Mrs. Smith.
Miss Gaines of Leesburg, made an
interesting short talk. Also Mrs. Al
len, of Wilmington, N. C. She stated
that in her home town the civic de department
partment department agreed to plant one kind of
flower on each street. For instance,
one street would have wisteria, an another
other another Lady Bank roses, and another,
some other flower, which made a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful sight when they were all bloom blooming
ing blooming at one time.
A petition will be presented to the
city council and counfCr commission-
ers to prevent the advertisers from
marring the beauty of the shade trees
along the public driveways with un unsightly
sightly unsightly bill boards. They have no le legal
gal legal right to the use of the trees. Mrs.
Van Hood has charge of the red cross
stamps which have been put on sale.
A liberal patronage is solicited. The
fund derived from the sale of these
stamps will be a nucleus for a child's
bed in the charity ward of the new
hospital which will soon be erected.
The Junior Civic League will concen concentrate
trate concentrate on this work.
Many distinguished lecturers will be
guests of the club during the coming
year.
All visitors are requested to deposit
their membership cards with the cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary, so that they may
enjoy the deliberations of the club and
all social functions.
The receptions in honor of the gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen will take place Thursday eve evening,
ning, evening, December 14, at 8 o'clock. Each
member has the privilege of inviting
one gentleman. A special program will
be given for their entertainment.
The delegates to the state federation
convention made splendid reports. The
principal work of the various state
clubs is building club houses. In many
towns lots have been donated and the
women have erected beatuiful club
houses. Ocala will not lag behind in
this respect. Everything of import
ance that has been done by the differ
ent clubs seems to have had Its origin
and inspiration from Ocala. The by
word of the convention was, when any
thing of importance came up, "Oh,
that comes from Ocala of course."
The great conference of charities
which held its convention in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville recently, had its origin and in
spiration from a paper written by Miss
Frances Anderson, formerly of this
city.
Mesdames Weihe and E. W. Davis
were hostesses of the afternoon. They
were assisted by Mrs. Groves.
MORE ROOM!
(By MILO DEYO. Foet-Musician)
The dollar's too small! Give me room
more room!
Its stamp is the seal of implacable
doom:
Its breath is a blight on the visage
of youth:
Its power, the perversion of manhood
and truth.
The dollar's too small! Give me room
more room!
Imprison me not in such pitiful tomb;
Restrict not my soul to a circle so
scant.
Xor venture with greed, lofty zeal to
supplant.
The dollar's too small! Give me room room-more
more room-more room!
Beshrew high finance and the stock-
markets "boom
Is wealth the subllmest. the goodliest
gain
That destiny offers? that man may
attain?
The dollar's too small! Give me room
more room!
I stifle and choke in its nauseous
fume:
My spirit cries out for the sweep of
the sky.
Where hope, inspiration and love never
die.
The dollar's too small! Give me room
more room!
Of Mammon and avarice loathe I the
snume:
Of gold and silver I mock the proud
sway
Achievement is nobler and grander
than they.
The dollar's too small! Give me room
more room!
Seek not to enshroud me in lucre's foul
gloom:
Humanity's smile and humanity's
self.
More glorious are, than Golcondas of
pelf.
The dollar's too small! Give me room room-more
more room-more room!
My being revolts at its Stygian
grume;
Let bribery, graft and dishonesty
pause.
Confronted bv virtue's immutable
laws.
The dollar's too small! Give me room
more room!
Where gardens of beauty may tran
quilly bloom:
Where thought may escape from the
curse of the clod.
And peacefully sit, in communion with
Goa.
WHERE THE LOCALITY
DOES NOT COUNT
Wherever there are people suffering
from kidney and bladder ailments,
from backache, rheumatism and ur
inary Irregularities, Foley Kidney Pills
will help them. Belvldere, III., E. A.
Kelly, an ex-engineer, says: ''Three
years ago my kidneys became so bad
that I was compelled to give up my en
gine ana quit. There wa3 a severe
aching pain over the hips, followed by
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PARSIFAX, AS HEARD
IT AN OCALA GIRL

Miss MargTierite Porter, now study studying
ing studying music in New York, writes of Par Parsifal,
sifal, Parsifal, which unexcelled muslc&l crea creation
tion creation was heard by her on Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving day:
How much I wished for all the mus music
ic music lovers in Ocala this Thanksgiving
afternoon as I, was enjoying the most
wonderful of all operas. "Parsifal."
True, the turkey and plum pudding
had to go partiallF unenjoyed. as the
curtain rose promptly at 1 o'clock and
about six thousand people were held
spellbound until six. In Parsifal, the
last of hiss completed works, Wagner's
theories of dramatic composition reach reached
ed reached their logical conclusion. Set mus musical
ical musical forms are abolished; In their stead
is reared a wonderful tone structure,
developed almost entirely from a num number
ber number of essential themes or motifs, the
leading motifs being "Last Supper,"
"Grail "Faith." "Sacred Spear." For
the basis of this opera Wagner select selected
ed selected the legends surrounding the "Holy
Grail." this cup being the one from
which Christ drank at the Last Sup Supper.
per. Supper. Act one is a wood near the Grail
Mountain where Gurnemanz and some
young esquires are at their morning
devotions. They are interrupted by
the wild arrival of Kundry, who stag staggers
gers staggers in exhausted, bearing an ointment
for Amfortas wound. While Guarne Guarne-manz
manz Guarne-manz is relating the incidents which
led to Amfortas undoing a wild swan,
wounded to death, flutters to the
ground. In horror the esquires hasten
to seize its slayer and bring forward
Parsifal, unaware of the enormity of
his deed. His reply to Gurnemanz's
questions betray deep Ignorance of
himself and the world, but Kundry and
Gurnemanz in the hope that this is the
"pure fool promised by the prophecy,"
lead him -toward the temple of the
Grail. The scene changes gradually
until the stage represents the interior
of the temple where Amfortas In spite
of the agony It causes uncovers the
Grail; this becomes illumined and the
knights partake of the Lord's Supper.
When the right Is finished Parsifal
showing incomprehension of its mean
ing is pushed out of the hall.
Act. two, Klingsors castle. Klingsor
with sorcerer's art, calls Kundrey and
bids her seduce FarsifaL While she
pleads with him Parsifal is heard com
ing. The castle sinks and the scene
changes to a luxuriant garden. There
Parsifal enters and is surrounded by
lovely girls who seek to entice him.
Finally Kundry obedient to Klingsor,
enters as a beautiful woman and at
tempts Parsifal's seduction, but at her
first kiss the knowledge of Amfortas
temptation and agony besets him and
he casts her off. Enraged she calls
to her aid Klingsor, who hurls at Par Parsifal
sifal Parsifal the sacred spear, which he has
secured when Amfortas fell, but It re remained
mained remained poised above the youth's head.
He seizes it and makes the sign of the
cross, whereat the castle falls In ruins.
Act three, a meadow near the Grail
Mountain and it Is Good Friday. Par Parsifal
sifal Parsifal In heavy armor bearing the sacred
spear enters." Bells are heard. The
scene changes to the great hall In the
temple. The knights enter bearing the
wounded Amfortas. With the spear
Parsifal touches the wound which is
healed. Kundry redeemed falls dead.
Now the Grail glows with lights and
a white dove descends to -Parsifal In
heavenly benediction.
The cast was splendid, the part
Aufortas being takes by Pasquale
Amato, who has I consider the richest.
most beautiful voice in the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Company; Parsifal by Carl Bur-
rian, who has a good tenor voice, but
was not my ideal in looks for the part;
Klingsor by Otto Goritz; Kundry by
Olive Freinstad, who hasn't the voice
of many other Metropolitan artists, but
is liked very much by New York au-.
diences and her acting was splendid In
act two.
The Metropolitan Orchestra," which is
composed of 150 pieces was directed by.
Alfred Heitz, who only directs the
Wagnerian operas and is a genius. The
scenery and stage effects were lovely,
especially in the garden where all the
lovely women were dressed as flowers.
It was a most wonderful afternoon and
I wished that all my friends could
have enjoyed It with me.
The Leesburg postoffice will be made
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Two per cent Is paid on all deposits If
not withdrawn for a year. About all
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"Hello! Hello: Is this Santa Claus?
Well, this Is Marjorie Brown. Oo, I
Just knew you'd 'member me. Awf ly
nice ot yon to bring all those things
last Christmas. What do I want this
year? Ever and ever so many things.
Four dolls with real wake up eyes,
an' a set o dishes, an a sled, an one one-no,
no, one-no, I want two. three story books, an'
games, an', oo, ever so much candy, an
an'"
There, you old eavesdropper! Been
listening, have you? Well," perhaps
you have a right to. for it just hap happens
pens happens that in this case yon are Santa
Claus. Get all the order? This little
girl trusts you to bring these things.
Then there are the boys and the folks
and your friends. Better go right out
now and stock up while it is fresh on
your mind and while the goods in the
stores are fresh. Remember little
Marjorie or Esther or Mary or Helen,
as the case may be.
Also remember to shop
early, relieve the tired shop shopgirl
girl shopgirl and get the best.
Mrs. Walsh of Ocala and Mrs. Hayes
of Pavo, Ga,, have been In the city
this week on a visit to their brother,
A. Bragdon. Mrs. Walsh returned
home today. Leesburg- Commercial.
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TO MOTHER AND CHILD
Mrs. WINSLOWS SOOTHING ST RUE
has been used for over SIXTY YEARS
by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their
CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with
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CHILD, SOFTENS THJa.' GUMS, AL ALLAYS
LAYS ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC,
and is the best remedy for DIAR DIARRHOEA.
RHOEA. DIARRHOEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.

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 ar-rived
rived ar-rived in first class shape and we
invite you to call at our livery
stables and inspect them. The
prices are as low as is consistent
with first class stock and our guar guarantee
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Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder I T. Ixlar. v
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President of Council IL C. Jones.
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Superintendent of Electric Lighting
Plant J. a CaldwelL
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Street Superintendent M. F. DodsOn.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.
City Council
Aldermen First Ward L. J. Knight,
C. R. Tydings.
Aldermen Second Ward J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. CarrolL
Aldermen Third Ward rE. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, IL A. FausetL
Aldermen Fourth Ward H.,C Jones,
G. A. CarmlchaeL
Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards.
Committees of the Council
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Knight, R. R. CarrolL
Sanitary E. T. Ilelvenston. W. P.
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This fall our stock will be more complete than ever.
New goods are arriving daily.
Some new goods just in:

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

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London. Such is "Adventure,"

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WHO IS SANTA CLAUS?
ft Query Prompting One of the Pretty
Legends cf St. Nicholas.

History says St. Nicholas, the pa- T
Mjra. in i
Lycia. and that he died about
Tr.idinnn fills in thp rnparpr flpt.nl
with a number of legends. Among ;
his fiock so runs one was a noble-1.
man with three daughters. From being j
rich he became so poor there remain-!
ed no way of obtaining food for the i
maidens, who. having no bread to eat, ; g
wept continually, while their father1 g
grew more and more desperate. St. 1 4.
Nicholas heard of the family's plight, i
and, taking a handful of gold, he re-!-
night while the maidens slept and the
A cloud showed St. Nicholas an open
window in the nobleman's home. So
he threw in the gold, and it fell at
the feet of the nobleman, who. when
he found it, returned thanks and pre presented
sented presented it to his eldest daughter as her
wedding portion.
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PAPA'S PART.
Mother is in desperation,
Ando is sister Sue,
For Christmas celebration
Buying the presents due;
Ann is a frazzlsd maiden
Exhausted by shopping frays;
Tom, with his arms o'erladen,
Hangs to the strap and sways.
Lurching his bundles (bother!)
Around the car he spills.
Everybody works but father.
He simply pays the bills!
Lester Lestaire.
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GET RICH MAKING TOYS.
; Demand For Novelties Affords Good
j Workmen Profitable Employment.
j New designs in toys are as eagerly
i looked for by toymakers as the new
j designs of a Paris dressmaker. Some
I of the best artists make small fortunes
i by designing new toys. A rotable
I case of thi3. kind is that of Caran
i d'Ache. the eminent French black and
I white artist. Ilis physicians had or or-I
I or-I dered him to take a rest. Partly to
j amuse himself and partly to entertain
some children he began to whittle
j some little toys out of wood. Out of
King Edward bagging pheasants. Em Emperor
peror Emperor William on a boar hunt. Carlos
killing mountain sheep and President
Roosevelt drawing a bead on a grizzly.
Paris is the only city that regularly
holds toy expositions, and at these one
may "see every sort of toy made In the
world. The United States keeps a per permanent
manent permanent exhibition of the toys of all
nations and times in the ethnological
space in the national museum. From
India. China. Africa. Alaska, Austra Australia,
lia, Australia, from the remotest past down to
the living present, these toys have
been gathered.
THE SEASON FOR TACT.
Thoughtlessness In Yuletide, Gifts Of Often
ten Often Shatters Friendships.
Many a pleasant friendship has been
broken by ignorance of good form in
gift making. Many a social career has
been nipped in the bud by .a present
ill chosen or wrongly sent.
If you are rich and have some friend
who has lost her money be careful that
your, gift does, not reflect your knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of her financial straits. Remem Remember
ber Remember that somehow she will manage to
buy the obviously necessary thing,
while her heart still hungers for the
dainty, the luxurious touches of life.
Again, there Is the wealthy friend
of your family to whom you brought
letters of introduction when yon came
to town. She has not taken you into
the bosom of her family, but occasion occasionally
ally occasionally at her large and general functions
she has entertained you. Choose no
gorgeous gift in such a case. Rather
send her a beautiful flower on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas morning with a well worded
greeting or the newest book about
which her world is surely talking.
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MERRY CHRISTMAS, BARY
4 Merry Christmas.
baby, with life
just begun!
Years of rosy footsteps,
blithely
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may they run.
Childhood yet beyond thee proffers
fun and play.
Farther on the shadows lie oh, so
far away!
Sunlight shimmers o'er thee ?rom
the morning skies.
Heaven smiles before thee in thy
mother's eyes,
laughing in her arms, baby, in that
light divine
Love, the sweetest life can give, is
this moment thine.
-Helen Holt in Leslie's Weekly.
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THEY ALL WORK FOR SANTA.
j Fathers. Mothers, Grandparents
and
Children Who Make Toys.
Though Santa Claus begins getting
ready for the next Christmas the min minute
ute minute ho unharnesses his reindeer, yet he
never could make enough toys to go
around if ho did not have a lot of
people to help him.
In Germany there are several vil villages
lages villages where everybody works at toy toy-making,
making, toy-making, not only the mothers, fathers
and children, but even grandmothers
and grandfathers. For generations
these families have made toys dolls,
tin soldiers, doil furniture, little wood wooden
en wooden wagons and wooden animals of all
kinds. In man3 homes the. -children
i begin helping in this work when they
j are so small they can hardly sit at the
j common working table. Often a whole
family will earn only GO cents a day.
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CHRISTMAS DINNER.

il Oysters on Half Shell.
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Radishes.
Cream of Chicken Soup With
Croutons.
Boiled Salmon. Hollandaise Sauce.
Parisienne Potatoes.
Roast Turkey, Chestnut Stuffing.
Cranberry Sauce.
Mashed Potatoes. Mashed Turnips.
Boiled Sweet Potatoes.
CauliFower, Cream Sauce.
English Plum Pudding, Hard and
Brandy Sauce.
Mince Pie. Pumpkin Pie.
Mixed Cakes. Assorted Fruit.
Assorted Nuts. Layer Raisins.
Neapolitan Ice Cream.
Toasted Crackers.
Cheese. Coffee.
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THE INDIANS' CHRISTMAS.
Little Redskins Not Slow to Get Ac Acquainted
quainted Acquainted With Santa.
From the time that Uncle Sam be began
gan began to encourage the idea of schools
for Indian children the teachers made
much of Christmas, and the little red redskins
skins redskins were qulcb to show interest in
the Christmas tree.
Th Christmas of the Brule Sioux
Indians shows business management.
In each village a committee of prom prominent
inent prominent braves Is appointed, perhaps sev several
eral several weeks in advance of the mo
mentous day. t!o make a canvass of j
the tribesmen and gather a fund to
be expended in the purchase of a
"heap big feast." The committee
makes out a prospective menu as soon
as the cash Is in hand, and then, with
true Yankee shrewdness, the specifi specifications
cations specifications as to eatables are submitted
to the various traders in the vicinity
for bids, the contract for this odd un undertaking
dertaking undertaking in Christmas catering being
awarded, of course, to the lowest bid bid-ier.
ier. bid-ier. The Sioux Indians generally have a
Kriss Kringle. a member of the tribe,
who disguises himself for the occasion
and makes speeches and gives pres pres-ants.
ants. pres-ants. A representative illustration of the
Indian Christmas celebration In the
southwest can be seen any year in
Pueblo or San Filipe. N. L The holi holiday
day holiday celebration is a curious mixture
of Christian and pagan customs. The
redskins there attend the mission
church in the morning, feast at noon
and later inaugurate a fantastic and
ceremonial dance that continues for
half a week.
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AN APPETIZING MENU.
Oysters.
Mock Turtle Soup.
Celery. Radithet.
Boiled Whiteflsh,
Sauce Hollandaise.
Boiled Potatoes.
Roast Turkey, Chestnut Stuffing.
Boiled Onions.
Stuffed Tomatoes.
Sweet Potatoes, Southern Style.
Mixed Salad.
Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy
Sauce.
Camembert Cheese.
Coffee.
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PRESENTS FOR ROYALTY.
Quantity So Great That Housing Thsm
Is Serious Problem.
Were a royal personage to accept all
the Christmas offerings of subjects and
admirers, known and unknown, stand standing
ing standing room in royal residences would
soon be at a discount Presents arrive
at the British court from all parts of
the world. A registered package from
Vermont one Christmas was found to
inclose a prize, potato weighing five
pounds. Another present was a nug nugget
get nugget of pure gold found in the Klondike
and valued at 2G0. It was subscribed
for and sent by the inhabitants of
Dawson City.
Not all gifts to royalty are returned.
Where special permission is asked and
obtained beforehand a present is ac accepted
cepted accepted in the spirit in which it Is of offered.
fered. offered. The present most coveted by Roman
Catholic royal ladies of Europe is the
papal golden rose. The jewel, the first
of which was presented by Pope Ur Urban
ban Urban VI to .Joanna of Sicily, is a mimic
plant of pure gold standing in a golden
pot. The leaves are set with dia diamonds
monds diamonds In imitation of dewdrops, and
a palm leaf blessed by the pope ac accompanies
companies accompanies the gift. Chambers Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. Only a Trifle Mors.
Flubby (putting wallet in bis pocket)
I sincerely hope, Helen, this finishes
up the Christmas buying job.
Wifey-Yes; that's all, Henry. I shall
not need any but hold on! I'll need
about $3 more. 1 want to get some something
thing something nice for you, you know. Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Ledger.
Christmas In the Country Places. .
Christmas In the country places-
There you see the rosy faces.
There the joy. the worM entrancln.
Joy that sets the world a-dancin"!
Fine an' free the lifeblood races races-Christmas
Christmas races-Christmas in the country places!
Glad enough to hear it cummin.
Waited long to see It comla'.
Knows the place where we're a-stayin'
Fine to epend a holiday In.
There Is where amazin' gTace is
Christmas in the country places!
City has the good time, too,
Yet tha country calls to you.
There it is you want to roam
In the frosty fields of "home,"
Hearty handshake, friendly faces
Christma" in th country places!
Pi! a the ample oak logs higher.
Room for one more at the fire.
Sanie eld tales cf long ago
Tell 'em. for we love 'em so.
All the life's trouble joy effaces
Christmas in the country places!
Atlanta Constitution.
TO FOURTH WARD VOTERS
At the request of some of my friends
I announce myself as a candidate for
alderman in the fourth ward In the
election of December 12. 1911, and If
elected will fill the position to the best
of my ability.
TFtespectfully.
F. G. B. Weihe.
NOTICE TO CORREPODBTS
Highly esteemed friends, won't you
kindly send in your appreciated com communications
munications communications by Wednesday of each
week? And won't some of you quit

using hard pencils and dim ink,

Only in Paris
and Vienna

Can You Duplicate

French Market Coffee

" la France and Austria where coffee blending is aa art you are -served
with a ricn. aromatic blend, so soothing that it can be enjoyed
at midnight; wonderfully different from any other coffee. The secret
of this rare blend tLeVow roast, that drives out all bitterness
has been known in the old trt-nca ilarket of Jie'w Orleans for over a
centnry.
Until the establishment of the French Market Mills the genuine

could be had nowhere ia America bnt at the French Market ia New
Orleans. Bat NOW you all n-.ay serve it daily at your own table. -For
the old French blend is perpetuated by
The Same Unique Hygienic Roasting Process
and French Market Coffee is now delivered everywhere In hermetically-sealed
tins. "There is only one real old French Market flavor
only one coffee with a history.
Get It From Your Grocer Today!
French Mrrket Coffee Is Blended, Roasted and Packed only by the
French Market Mills
(New Orleans Co i fee Company, Ltd.. Proprietor! )
New Orleans, la.

CARLOAD OF

luxwelfl

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

Messenger
new 1912,
Cckirc

cylinder Cars. They are equipped
with splendid tops, gas lamps and
tank. Delivered in Ocala for $635.
Most of these cars are already placed and it will

so see me qt once if you want one. They arc
the best value on earth in Automobile Runabouts

and their reputation here is what sells thea.
JED TOCKEK, :
Distributor for Maxwell Cars.

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JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
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Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sister3 of St. Josep.
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained c
physical, 'intellectual, moral and social line3. Healthy location. Ma
nificent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dorn
torie. dining haJl and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO. THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO, FLORIDA.

Owing to the rapid increase in our business and a need
of additional room, we have moved into the store formerly
occupied by the paint department of the Ocala Lumber &
Supply Company, with A. M. Lansford, the music dealer,

OPPOSITE THE BANNER OFFICE.
We are now better prepared than ever to handle your
Tailoring. Cleaning and Pressing.
THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO..
MERCHANT TAILORS OCALA, FLO DID A

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OCAZJL EM1MSG STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1911.

ii-M I I I 1 l-rI"IiiM M H-1I-H1-H-J:

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SOME SENTIMENTS
OF CHRISTMAS TIME. t
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I-M I I 111 I'M-
"I'"i"I,Ii"'I"t,I"fV
A MERRY Christmas to us all. my
dears. God bless as. God bless us
every one, said Tiny Tim the last of
all. Charles Dickens.
TlfEN cannot live isolated. We are all
bound together. No higher muu
can separate himself from the lowest
Carlyle. """
JEALIZE that doing good is the only
certainly happy action of a man'-
life. Sir Philip Sidney.
QHRISTMAS time I have always
thought of as a good time a kind,
forgiving, charitable, pleasaut tlnie. tlnie.-Charlea
Charlea tlnie.-Charlea Dickens.
HEAr on more wood. The wind in
111 A. 1 m. 1. 1. .J 1 1
Culii, uut, ici n wutsu u vn'i.
we'll keep our Christmas merry still!
Sir Walter Scott
pHEN arose a joyous clamor from
the wild fowl on the mere, and a
roice within cried: "Listen! Christ
mas carols even heref Charles Kings-
ley.
A GAIN at Christmas did we weave
the holly round the Christmas
hearth. The silent snow possessed the
earth and calmly fell on Christmas
eve. Tennyson.
OLD CHRISTMAS SUPERSTITION
Recall in$ Tims When a peculiar Popu Popular
lar Popular Prejudice Existed.
A, well known fifteenth century carol
begins:
Holly and ivy, box and bay
Put in the church on Christmas day.
But the customs of those times were
rigid regarding the removal of all dec decorations
orations decorations from churches snd dwellings
before Candlemas day, Feb. 2. for peo
pie had superstitions about their re
maining longer. Herrick alludes to
this popular prejudice in the iines:
Down with the rosemary, and so
pqwn wth the bales an4 the mistletoe
pown with the holly. Ivle. all
Wherewith ye drest the Christmas hall.
That so the superstitious find
No one least branch there left behind.
For look how many leaves there be
Neglected there. Maids, trust to me.
So many goblins you will see.
Perhaps the superstition was a pre pretext
text pretext of the particular old housewives
who knew that by Candlemas day the
crisped green things, dried by Yule
.pg3 and many torchlights for illumi illumination,
nation, illumination, would be nuisances of falling
leaves and berries to tread underfoot
However this may be. the" belief oh
tained.
FOR EMERGENCY GIFTS.
Advice to Avoid Last Minute Despair
Over "Another Name.'.'
For the last moment gifts one
should always have at hand some;
boxes of candy and perhaps a few
jity fine flowers. One, for instance,
plight rather have a single orchid than ;
ill the carnations in the shops, while
a gardenia Is the most admired of alt
jjlossoms by the average young girl.;
Either of these exotic gifts may bej
jjied up In a little box and decorated j
Tfvith a spray of fern or holly, so that j
Jt wlli ook attractive. j
for the big hearted woman who al-
ways at the last moment adds another
name or two to her Christmas list
what could be better than silk tock tock-lngs?
lngs? tock-lngs? These she may buy and have
on hand In assorted sizes, and when
a name pop into her memory all she
needs to do Is to tie up the silken af.
fairs In a pretty box and they are
ready to send on their way. Having
a few such auxiliary gifts in the
house saves, the busy woman much
disappointment.
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CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. )
It has been said that a seal sealskin
skin sealskin coat usually makes a de-vqu-t
Christmas churchgoer.
It's a foolish girl who gives
her beau the mitten before
Christmas. Few do.
fetter a paid pork chop than
i. a fat turkey on tick.
' pon't forget to kiss your wife
I just once under the mistletoe.
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"FIRST LADY" WAS CHEF.
Wife of John Adams Cooked White
House Christmas Dinner.
The first Christmas dinner at the
White 5 House was intSOO, when the
wlfA of President John Adams, who
prided herself on being a model New
England housekeeper, served in the
papadty of chef.
JJnder her directions old colored
Ttmammles." clad in bright calico
-frqcks. long white aprons and bright
colored kerchiefs on their heads, flit flitted
ted flitted hither and thither before the roar roaring
ing roaring blazes on the hearths as they pre prepared
pared prepared the food for President Adams
and his Yuletide guests.
The mansion was but dimly lighted
compared with the present illumine
tlons by numerous candles and lamps.
Instead of steam radiators, heat was
furnished by great wood fires on the
broad hearths, which roared and
prackled and sent showers of sparks
up the ample chimneys.
The Mistletoe,
Here in her father's library
On C&ristmas eve I wait sedately
Till Mistress Nancy comes to me,
That damsel most serene and stately.
And dangling: from the chandelier
A berried spray (long; since I knew It)
Seems to proclaim: "She hung me here.
I dare you dare youdo It, do it."
Well. Christmas comes but once a year.
Lees often such a chance I fancy.
So ere you cross the room I fear
That something: may surprise you. Nancy.
Theodosia Garrison In New England
MILKER WAXTED
A good milker with small family can
get a good position with house fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Address Hiawatha Lake Cream-
FF:
W carry a full line of men, women,
and children's furnishings goods for
' holiday presents, and are considered
leaders in toys and holiday illft goods.
See Gadson at the Oeala Bazaar.

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OCALA AERIE XO. 1814, F. O. B.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814, Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday in the month, at 8:15
p. m.. In Castle Hall. Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe, President.
N. I Williams, Secretary.

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A PflMTRMT OF TOE

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MOTOR 4 cylinders, cast en en-bloc
bloc en-bloc 3 3-8" bore, 4" stroke. Valves,
push rods and springs completely
enclosed.
VALVES Enclosed, liberal in
size, inlet and exhaust, right-hand
side of motor.
COOLING SYSTEM-Thermo-sy-
ponT
'WATER CAPACITY ZVz gal gallons.
lons. gallons. CARBURETOR; Float feed fauto fauto-matic
matic fauto-matic HORSEPOWER 22 h. p.
IGNITION High tension magneto.

The; Price of the Car Includes Full Equipment, High Tension Magneto, Top, Slip Cover, Wind Windshield,
shield, Windshield, Two Gas Lamps and Generator, Two Dash Lamps and: Tail light, Horn, Sstt of

Tools and
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We were in the market for a runabout, but before buying we wanted a car that could and would negotiate the
sand roads of Marion county. We found the Metz Company were about the only makers of small runabouts who
had the nerve to enter their cars of the infant class in the Glidden Tour. This caused us to take notice of the Metz
team, and as we followed the performance of the Metz cars day by day, under the most grueling test and strain, we
were readily convinced, if the little "Metz 22" could make such a remarkable record from New York to Jacksonville,
we could make no mistake in buying the Metz. But still we were not satisfied and awaited the return of Col. F. E.
Harris, who was in the running with the Metz team from New York to Jacksonville. Upon his return and his high
praise of the Metz team, we went forthwith to the Western Union and wired for avMetz 22 Roadster, and then and
there secured the agency for the most powerful and lowest priced runabout ever offered the American public

Well we did not expect to create the sensation throughout Marion county we really have, hut-when the public
found out they could buy a 22-horsepower, 4-cylinder, water cooled runabout, including top and windshield, at the
heretofore unheard of price of $525 delivered, they just couldn't help buying, and as a consequence, we have sold-5.
cars in a single day, and expecting two solid carloads for early December delivery. The Metz 22 Roadster is really
so classy, so attractive they couldn't resist buying. :
Null Scd. Phone 38 Ocala, or Long Distance Lowell, and Our Demonstrator Will Call aM Gom-
wrn "TVIr Conitl Tnn Tloor nip Hill Too StPPXl" for the Metz to Neaotiatte On Mfflftl GClF-

. '" MEM Eo mAY&m I
I enSTRIlBUTOM METZ CARS ADDRESS, OCALA of LOWEIbIL, IrTLA.
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JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST and FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
Rates Reasonable American Plan

THOMAS M. WILSON.

Qrofesll (Car

if,
LUBRICATION Constant leVel
splash system, operated by pump.
FRAME Pressed steel channel
section.
SPRINGS Full elliptic all
around,
AXLES (front and rear) Both
of cold drawn steel tubing.
WHEEL BASE 90".
WHEELS 30" artillery type,
which are reversible from narrow or
standard tread.
TIRES Standard clincher. best
quality, ?,0"x3".
BRAKES Multiple disc brakes
in rear hubs.

Pump, With Complete Tire Outfit, Without Additional
Any of this Extra Equipment.

DHUWERED. MCLUlliKG TOP Ml WWSIMIS

mi
They all say
Come and see
Oeala Uazaar.

ITEL

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

ittisz job In children low nhoet.
the fiKd to know their value.
(adon at the Ocala Raiaar.

Proprlctoi

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$525.00

SPECIFKCATHONS

BODY Wood with metal panels
Enclosed, sheet metal. Double, buck bucket
et bucket seat, neatly upholstered in genu genuine
ine genuine leather.
COLOR Battleship gray, white
striping,
EQUIPMENT High tension mag magneto,
neto, magneto, top, slip cover, gas lamps and
generator, dash lamps, tail light,
horn, set of tools, tire pump and
complete, tire outfit. This equip equipment
ment equipment Is furnished yithout additional
charge.
CONTROL Two foot pedals; one
vre are right om hat.
and set our price. The
We Manufacture
izr
seel WATERMELONS
eel TOMATOES

COTTON FLOWERS
BEANS CORN CANE

J'ut TeceivM. carload of banana?, 15; ruiAlUfis uft.iro
cent p-r dozen, special price hy the .LAWNS, SHRUBBERY, ETC.
bunc. S. A. Mois & Bto. (ORANGE TREES GRAPE VINES

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operates the brake, the" other the
elutch. Shifting side lever, selective
change gear. Throttle adjusting
lever on steering column.
STEARING GEAR Rack and pin pinion
ion pinion adjustable for wear.
GASOLINE TANK Capacity 7
gallons, which should provide a
mileage capacity of over 200 miles.
TREAD 4 8" or standard. Con Construction
struction Construction of a type that either tread
can be obtained by simply reversihg
wheels.
SHAFTS Crank and cam shafts,
drop forged, heat treated, with all

OCALA FERTILIZER

MANUFACTURERS OF
"Superior"
Fertilizers

a Superior Fertil-
for
CANTALOUPES
STRAWBERRIES

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surfaces ground to absolute aecur-
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BEARINGS Superior irhite metal
in motor, ball hearings In transmis transmission
sion transmission and wheels.
' SPEED-2-5 to 50 miles per hour
on high sear.
WEIGHT Completely equipped,
1000 pounds.
GEAR RATIO 3-1 on high gear.
Price, including equipment, $525,
delivered.
Rumble seat furnished without ex extra
tra extra charge only when specified on
order.
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' OCALA ftXNI;G STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1911.
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THE ROSARY

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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 state supervision. It is managed by
men of wide business experience. It lias a capable
and efficient directorate.
In the choice of a bank these facts are worthy of
your consideration.

nut

1912

CAD

m new

CARS

e6l"Yi i AMtfl""""- f. J

mil whs

Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Eagles meet tomorrow evening.

Moose meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening1.

Get it from Beck; get it right.
Flower seeds and bulbs of all kinds
at Tydings &. Co.

Tally cards that have never been
used at the Court Pharmacy.

Please keep in mind the candy sale
December 16 Saturday.

Colored paper for decorating at the
Ocala News Co.

Handsome line of cut glas for hol holiday
iday holiday gifts, at Tydings & Co.

Sunny Jim Robinson went out on hi
train this morning for a business trip.

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

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

Dr. Fuller's friends will be glad to
know that he is doing very well today.

If you want to nna a go

house at reasonable rates, call
Star office.

At the Temj.le Theater last evening
a lar and representative audience
enjoy--! the ;r-er. ration of Edward
Rose's beautiful drama, "The Rosary,"
as presented by Messrs. Clifford and
Rowland.
The scene of the play is the country
home on the Hudson of a Wall street
magnate. Act one is the beautiful
garden of "Eden," the name of the es estate.
tate. estate. The stage setting for this open opening
ing opening scene is very attractive, with the
sunshine shimmering through the lat latticed
ticed latticed arbors and the blue mountains
in the distance with the winding riv river
er river at their ba.e.
The Rosary is a story of the human
passions, love, doubt and jealousy
most graphically told. Act one is a
happy house party at Eden, and the
motif is from the lines of the exquisite
Rosary song: "The hours I spent with
thee, dear heart, are as a string of
pearls to me."
Act two, the serpent enters "Eden."
The young husband becomes suspic suspicious
ious suspicious of his friend, a former lover of his
beautiful bride, and "trifles light as
air become conformation strong as
holy writ." Here comes in the cen central
tral central character of the play. Father
Brian Kelly, who is a priest, friend
and an ideal man. His work brings
to mind Victor Hugo's Les Meserables
most forcibly, and is a sermon in
story. The husband and wife separate
and the home is destroyed. "I tell
each bead unto the end and there a
cross is hung."
In the happy first years the fond

j husband, an avowed atheist, save as a
rvotn i token of love to his sweet-spirited

tnat wear

up

Thermos bottles for both hot and
cold fluids. Several sizes at Tydings
& Co.
Toilet articles and sets of all kinds,
handsome, first class good, at Tydings
& Co.

I

THE FORD SALES AGENCY

01 PAIATKA, FLORIDA

WALTER VV. TILGKIMN, Manager
OFFERS

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

Touring Car, 5-lPassenger
Hell very vv ago n
Torpedo Runabout
Open Run ab out
Roadster. I

I church for Father Kelly, called the

church of "The Rosary." In the court
of this church on the day of its dedi

cation is laid the closing, most im im-jpressive.
jpressive. im-jpressive. beautiful and dramtic scene.
I The good priest through prayer' and
supplication is given intuitive knowl

edge of the seducer of this happy
home: brings the penitent husband
and suffering wife to a reunion, and

gifts at the guild sale. Elks' Club, Dec. j ff f.!"gs the closin words of
t1" i j ki?:s each bead and strive at last to

learn
j To kiss the cross, sweetheart, to kiss
j the cross."
i The scenic and electrical effects
were superb. The wit of the good
i Irish priest was irresistible, while his

lines were full of pathos, poetry and
real piety. This character was taken
by Mr. Harry Nelson and his presenta-

jtion of it was well nigh faultless from
jan artistic standpoint.
i Much applause and shouts of laugh-

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la Prospect on .North Magnolia Street,
Where the Carmlehaels Have
Aequired Large Interests

The Messrs. Carmichael & Son Co.
have just bought the entire holdings
of the John McCarthy estate. Mr. Ed
Carmichael. who has been in Xew
York City for the past few days, wired
yesterday that he had closed the deal
with Miss McCarthy in that city, who
some years ago acquired the interests
of her sister in the property. The
property that was embraced in the
trade was all of that property from
the Carmichael store near the S. A.
depot up to and including the alley
which divides the property from the
Thompson heirs property. It includes
several wooden stores and the big
brick store occupied many years ago
by John McCarthy and now occupied
by Mr. Ollie Mordis. The entire west
half of the block went with the trade
except the southwest corner, which the
Carmichaels already owned. The con consideration
sideration consideration was $10,000.
vThe new owners will now improve
the property in a most substantial
way and as fast as plans can be made
and material gotten together. They
will build a large two story brick
building on the corner where their

own business is, instead of a concrete i

building as formerly contemplated. On
the rear or northwest corner of the
block they will build a big two-story
warehouse 40x100 of brick and the
alley or broad driveway separating
the two with the entrance on the north
side as well as on the east side, will
be built across overhead, the second
stories of the two buildings joining
or being continuous. The balance of
the property will be improved and
modernized as well. This big and sub substantial
stantial substantial improvement will be a wel welcome
come welcome addition to that portion of the
city.

MEMr FOR THE OYSTER SUPPER

Now is the time to have your Christ Christmas
mas Christmas photos taken. Phone Mills' Studio
for an engagement today.

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

i The forestry committee of the Wom Wom-!
! Wom-! an's Club will have a candy sale on
i Dec. 16th, on the courthouse square.

Fresh home maae candy for sale on

the courthouse
cember 16th.

square Saturday, De-

of

("Skeeter' 'and Miss "Bellows Falls."
j There has been nothing so good In
this season and we heartily commend
! Manager Bennett for his enterprise In

company.

viie me inusi cumpieie lines "i securing this first class
perfumes, soaps and cosmetics in the j

siaie, at ryaing st to. i

640
640
640

V'W; ioo boys' suits, age 3 to IK years.
750 Kver' ftnlt bought as a bargain. Price,

11 .2. to fO suit. At tbe Ocala liazaar.

fOrCII. MEETING TOXIGHT

Mr. Howard F. Acker of Atlanta was
in town yesterday and today, repre representing
senting representing Monarch typewriters.

The city council will meet tonight
I in regular first of the month session,
j There is much to be done and a full
'attendance is urged.

EAGLES' MEETIXG

AH Cars are fully equipped and priCeB aie delivered 111 Remember your wives and sweet-j Tomorrow evening. December 6th. is

C 4... f ..ci inrnrnTiir rnn crm it ani nearis paiuruay, xec. ioin, wiui a. uui:'"v ...

,-Wld- OLUH U1C U1 "U1 Vtll'T' 'w.txv, M -iof delicious home made candy

iiiik tor a demonstration, it liiteref-tea, leave a ca i ior us at
the Star office, or drop a card in the Ocala postoflicc.

HI

First -Class

When in Need of

lumbiEg

Write or Call on
. C. YOWGE
Ocala, Florida

Estimates Furnished on Work in Any Part of the State
WE ISSUE COUPONS ON THE FREE PIANO CONTEST.
ASK FOR THEM. PHONE 26
25 1-2 S. Main St. Ocala, Florida

Mrs. George Davis and Mrs. Mazie
Lyles returned from their visit to Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah last night.

meeting of the Eagles. Officers to
j serve next year are to be nominated

and much other important business is
to be attended to. All members are
specially requested to be present.

I

All who have pictures are taking MONTHLY WOODMEX MEETING

them to the Ocala News Co., to have
them framed.

TV A 'T TT" Fk Frvinc olilolrona t!

pay good price. Charles Rodoff, Keat-ing's.

Regular monthly ,meeting of Fort
King camp will be held at Yonge's

I hall next Fridav eveniner. Election, of

officers for next year and other im important
portant important business must be attended to.
All members should attend.

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

The Baptist Sewing Circle was very
pleasantly entertained yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon by Mrs. W. T. Gary.

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

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

VKXT LYCEUM ENTERTAINMENT

The nxt lyceum entertainment will
be the appearance at the Temple of the
English Opera Company. Dec. 22. This
is a specially fine musical aggregation,
and the holders of lyceum tickets and
the public generally should make a
note of tie date.

The following menu will be served
Ocala this season and we commend
at the Elks' Club tonight:
Oyster Cocktail, 25c.
Milk Stew, 35c.
Fried Oysters, 40c.
Coffee, 10c.
Home Made Bread Sandwiches
t
iiOc. suppers as follows:
Oyster Cocktail
Half Dozen Fried Oysters
Potato Chips
Coffee
Oyster Cocktail
Small Stew
Coffee
Small Plain or Milk Stew
Half Dozen Fried Oysters
Potato Chips
Coffee

Dozen Fried Oysters
Potato Chips
Coffee

A GRACIOUS AND KINDLY ACT

Tlie ladies of the Methodist church
who are holding their annual bazaar of
Christmas things at the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy and a candy sale at the Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma hotel today, and the "Elect La Ladies
dies Ladies of the Episcopal guilds who are
doing a similar work in the Elks' hall,
to be continued during the evening,
havo generously consented to allow
the 'Christmas seals" of the Woman's
Club to be sold at their entertainments.

Ti ls Is a most kindly act and will
appeal to the general public, as the

procseds of the sale of these Christ-mas
seals will be used as the nucleus of a

fund to establish a child's charity
ward !n the new hospital.

you nave wrievn.

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

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX f75,000

JNO. L. EDWARDS.

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

(I THE MASTERPIECE OF THE )
If CONFECTIONER'S ART U
V When you were engaged if
v Why not now? M

(Jfii WIS
FOR TDE
HOLIDAY SEASON
I have a complete stock
of all the delicious
Huyler goods 4 as well
as other fine candies,
as well as bulk candies
of a less expensive
grade. Fresh stock of
nuts of all kinds.
Fruits from all Uarttets.
Our Hot and Cold
drinks and Cigars have
more than a local repu reputation
tation reputation for excellence.
A Complete Sleek cf
Holiday Goods will be
received in ocad lice
for Christmas.

T. W. TROXLEK,

PHONE
: 375 :

OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS

CHORAL SOCIETY'S REHEARSAL

NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS

Sheriff Galloway says that if people
don't quit behaving themselves, his
deputies will be out of a job.

Bis line Christmas ties and handker handkerchief,
chief, handkerchief, In boxen for holiday preHents.
At the Ocala Bazaar.

The county commissioners and school
board are in session today at the
court house, and there is much busi business
ness business before the bodies.

nIzc 3 yearn to IS, price, 25c. to $2 per
pair. At the Ocala Bazaar.

FOR SALE Portable 20-h. p. Ajax
engine, mounted on locomotive boiler
on wheels; one 50-ft. 12-in. driving
belt, also one 7-ft. log cart. Both en engine
gine engine and cart are good as new, hav having
ing having been used but a short time. G. E.
Jacobs, Burbank, Fla. 12-8-vtf

Mr. Ed Carmichael is having the
building on South Magnolia street oc occupied
cupied occupied by the Fort Brothers' barber
shop and other businesses, entirely
remodeled inside. The floor has been
a foot higher than the sidewalks. This
has been lowered to the sidewalk
level and new floors are being put in.
Metal celling will be put on, a hand handsome
some handsome front made to the store and a
partition will be put in extending the
full length of the building on one
side fifteen feet, which will be used by
the Fort brothers for their barber

shop and pool room and the other side i

seven feet wide, wnich will extend all
the way through with a first class
short order house in front and kitchen
in the rear. Mr. Lee. the present pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of the cafe, will conduct the
business.

Notwithstanding the competing at attraction
traction attraction last evening, the Choral So Society
ciety Society had one of the best practices or
rehearsals that it has had get. The
society Is preparing to give an enter entertainment
tainment entertainment at an early date. The suc success
cess success of the society is dependent upon
the attendance of the members. There
is much work connected with it and
out of which will grow a good deal of
pleasure for the members as well as
the public.

THE I'MOX DEPOT

It is confidently reported that the
Ocala un on station will be lighted by
electricity, generated by the friction
of the public. It would be too bad,
however, to have this handsome edifice
heated only by hot air, and something
more substantial is desired.

W. A. Brown, Thelma, Ala.; E. E.
McLIn, Jacksonville; S. J. Brown, At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; E. M. Willis, Williston; C. V.
Belen, Tampa; G. Horace Smith, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; A. T. Deaven, Jacksonville;
C. D. O'Neill, Passadena, Calif.; Lewis
Willis, St. Louis; S. L. Floyd, Atlanta;
W. D. Sheppard, Gainesville; B. R.
Hannan, Jacksonville; C. A. Pound,
Gainesville; C. II. Andrew, Nashville;
Geo. W. Davis, Savannah; C. E. Smith,
Jacksonville; Chas. W. Smith, New Or

leans; H. C. Hillyard, Jacksonville;
Geo. B. McClellan, Chicago; Wm. T.
Roesselet, Milwaukee; Alex F. Murry,

Atlanta; C. II. Wright, Jacksonville;

Chas. S. Swain, Atlanta; O. E. Taylor,

Tampa; J. W. McNair, Jacksonville;
A. W. Mills, Valdosta: Chas E. Glent-

worth, Philadelphia; T. M. Fox, San San-ford;
ford; San-ford; W. T, Bodiford, Gainesville; S.

A. Rawls, Jacksonville; G .W. Neville,

Dunnellon; O. B. Floyd, Orlando.

Do not wait until a few days before
Christmas if you expect to have your
photos for Christmas. First class
work cannot be finished on short no notice.
tice. notice. Phone Mills' Studio for an en engagement
gagement engagement today.

Don't be "decoyed" into buying some cheap gun or sport sporting
ing sporting goods, or hardware.
Instead, come to the store that is known to carry the best.
We take pleasure in showing our goods to those who come in.
IVe stand behind everything we sell.
What more do you wast?
IVIIaiPloo Maipdwaipce Co.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

A. B. Samson of Jacksonville has ac accepted
cepted accepted a position with Jos. W. Dodge
in his auto and sign painting depart department.
ment. department. All orders for such work will
receive prompt attention. 6-3t

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

Mr. S. A. Rawls is in the city today

from Jacksonville. Mr. Rawls says he
would like to live in Ocala again, and
Ocala would be glad to have him return.

WEATHER FORECAST

Fair tonight and Wednesday, frost
tonight interior north portion, light
to moderate north and northwest
winds.

OYSTER Sl'PPER

Blessed news for great and small
Oyster stpper at the Elks' hall;
Bachelors bring your dames along
And mingle in among the throng.
Remember this will be tonight
So set yo lr appetites aright.
W. L. L.

XO DIM) REHEARSAL

CUT ROSES

Field grown cut roses for sale, 50
and 75 cents per dozen with ferns.
Address, Arden Rose Garden, Ocala.
Fla.

See it about your clothing?. Some
Kreat values in men' pantM, xulu, ex extra
tra extra ooatM eiud overcoats. At the Ocala
liazaar.

Mr A. E. Gerig requests us to an announce
nounce announce ths t there will be no band re rehearsal
hearsal rehearsal urtil after the holidays.

RIO MILLS IllRXED

A gentleman who reached the city

from Palatka last night says the mills

of the Wilson Cypress Company in

that place were burned Sunday night.

SCHEDULE OF AMUSEMENTS

AT THE TEMPLE THIS SEASON

The menbers of the fire department
were made happy this morning by a
delicious cike made and presented to
them by Xrs. A. L. Izlar.

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

Ladies' and misses'
Rheinauer & Co.

sweaters at

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

We carry everythlns; In talrt, col collars
lars collars and ties. Compare our nhirtu and
priori. 200 dozen collar at 5c. each.
At the Ocala Raxaar.

FOUND A child's gold chain with
heart bangle attached. Owner can
have same by paying for this adver advertisement
tisement advertisement and getting address of finder.

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

Do You Get
Full Measure
When you buy Peas, Beans,

Maj. Ger:. Cox, commanding the
Florida diiision of the U. C. V.. has
appointed Lt. Col. J. M. Marttn of
Ocala, judre advocate general of the
division.

Style for 1912 wall paper Just receiv received.
ed. received. Will be pleased to show samples.
Phone 21 or call 28H S. Magnolia St.
Joseph Dodge, the Decorator 11-21-tf

In the land of the lotus eaters it is
always afternoon. and in the land

north of the courthouse it is always j
just a little before noon. The north !the above article

quarter of the courthouse clock has
seceded from the union, and probably
wonders why its unerring sisters
won't come in peace.

When in jacKsonvIlle stop with Mrs.

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

ranbernes, htc.i Be sure jroorn in the city,
you are getting dry and not! The lat t of the season, selected by
llQUid measure. jour own bayers In shoes for ladie3 and
1 I misses; high tops, blacks and tans.
Liquid measure Contains 10satins and velvets, at Rheinauer's.

quarts to the peck, dry meas measure
ure measure 8 quarts to the peck.
We use DRY measure for

Manager Bennett has revised his list
of the attractions which will be at tbe

Temple this autumn and winter.
December

22nd English Grand Opera, Lyceum.

January
2nd Daniel Boone.
4 th Beverly.
11th Mrs. W. C. Chilton. (Lyceum).
8th The Third Degree.
16th The Thief.
18th The Smart Set.
19th The Lyman Twins.
23rd Royal Italian Band.

25th Graustark.
26th, 27th Manhattan Opera Co.
29th The County Sheriff.
February
1st Madame Sherry.
2nd Black Patti.
6th The Fighting Parson.
7th County Sheriff.
13th The Lion and the Mouse.
14 th Coburn's Minstrels. -v
22nd Buster Brown.
March
14th John Larkins.
19th Paid in Full.

A. M. B0BBSTTS

case mmmi
Where
the
DOLLAR
Does
Its
Duty
IPDtloitiks 2SS

M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers acd Einbdzisrs
fine Caskets and Burial Robss
D. E. 31'IVER, Fnaeral Director
All Work Done by Incensed Em
balmers and Folly Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; Sam
Pyles, 380; Undertaking Office, 47.

The Ocala Aews Company Is making

a hit with Its picture frames.

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

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

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

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

Mrs. E. H. Mote and her guest. Mrs.
HansborouE-h of Tampa, returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from a visit to points on the
east coast, including Knight's Key.
Mrs. Hansborough returned to Tampa
Wednesday. Leesburg CommerclaL

DEALERS X

HAY, GRAIN, FEE0,

OCALA. FLA.

Mixed Cart our Specialty.

. Atk Us for Price Before i

Purchasing end Save

'"'3 & U

STAFOLIFE DAIRY FEED
Will Produce More Milk Than Any
Feed on the Market Call Vm
Up, Phone No. 8

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

it.

Life,

SAVARESE AJTD BELL
Fire and Accident Insurance.
OCALA. FLA.

FORT KING CAMP NO 14,
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD

Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening
Dec. 8. 1911, at Yonge's HalL
W. F. Marlowe, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.



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OCALA ETESflKG STAR, TTESDAT, DECEMBER 8, 1911.

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LICENSE

NO. NAME
OCCUPATION

COS Silas Proy. merchant May 5. 1911
06 J. O. Lege, real estate agent ,..May 5. 1911
07 G. H. Sistrunk. livery stable May 5, 1911
08 Warren Jacobs, merchant (..May 6, 1911 ...
09 B. J. Solomon, merchant May 8, 1911
10 T. Spencer, merchant May 9, 1911
11 A. W. Vaney, real estate agent May 10, 1911
12 -A. L. Barber, auctioneer May 10, 1911
13 E. W Davis, lawyer May 10, 1911
14 Henry Jackson, merchant May 10, 1911
15 Dr. R. D. Fuller, dentist May 10. 1911
16 N. W. Meadows, ruerchant May 11, 1911
17 J. A. Toohey, shooting gallery May 12, 1911
18 C. B. Ayer, dentist May 13, 1911
19 Henry Mathews, merchant May 13, 1911..
20 E S. Singleton, merchant May 13, 1911
21 S." Lehman & Co.. merchants May-17, 1911
22 J. M. Graham, ins agent 3 comp's..May 17, 1911
23 J. M. Graham, ins agent May 17, 1911
24 Postoffice Drugstore, druggist ....May 16, 1911
25 Postoffice Drugstore Annex, drugs.. May 16, 1911
26 G .W. Neville, ins agent May 17, 1911
27 G. W. Neville, ins agent May 17, 1911
28 Marcus Frank, merchant May 17, 1911

29 G. W. Neville, ins agent
30 G. W. Neville, ins agent
31 G. W. Neville, ins agent
32 G W. Nevilie. ins agent
33 J." F. Pelot, merchant .
C34 T W DnkftiL druesrist .
35 RrJc & Roitlnson. drueeriats

$36 Taylor & Stevens, merchants May 19, 1911..
37 A. M. Babbitt, merchant May 19, 1911..
38 R E. Phillips, auctioneer May 22, 1911..
639 A W .McQueen, merchant .....May 22. 1911..
40 Stonewall Turpt. Co., merchant ....May 22, 1911..
e4i Willie Turner, lunch stand .,. ......May 23, 1911.
42 L. F. Risher, Jeweler ..May 23, 1911.
43 Lanier Robertson, lawyer May 23. 1911.
44 Dock Williams, restaurant ...May 24, 1911.

845 W. C. OBannon, merchant
C4S Florida Bells, one treatrical

$47 Florida Bells, one tneatncai ..May ze, jii..
48 J. R. Lake, merchant ..May 26, 1911..
649 W. H. Bittenbender, shootin galry..May 27. 1911..
650 Henry Fields, merchant ..May 27, 1911..
51 A. J. Jones, merchant ..May 27, 1911..
52 D. H. Pettys. merchant ..May 30, 1911..
653 G. W. Kennedy, merchant ....May 30, 1911..
654 Citizens Gas. Heat & Light Com- ,,,'
pany, gas plant May 30, 1911..
55 p; G. B. Wefhe, Jeweler May 31, 1911..
656 w. A. McCredie, merchant June 1, 1911..
657 Florida Bells, small show ... ..June 6, 1911..
658 Fowler's Small Show, small show.. June 1, 1911..
.T H. Cherry, merchant May 2, 1911..

660 Andrew Guy, merchant May 2,
661 A J. Johnson, merchant May 2,
662 Wm. Gober, lawyer ....May 3,
663 Copp & Peterson, merchants ..May 5,
664 Copp & Peterson, barber, 1 chair... May 5,
ck Pnnn Xr Peterson. dooI table June 5,

666 Pratt & Shade, merchant
667 Guy Lawrence, merchant
668 M. M Proctor, merchant
669 W. W. Spann, merchant
670 Blye & Edmund, merchant
671 Fairfield N. S. Co.. merchant
672 Fairfield N. S. Co., turpt still
674 Chas. A. Cook, merchant
675 w. L. Hughes, merchant
676 Hester Tuggerson, merchant
677 w. H. Koon. merchant
78 M. E. Robinson, merchant .
679 Lula Taylor, merchant
680 W. O. Brewer, merchant
681 W. O. Brewef, turpt still
682 Turner Bros., merchants
683 D. W. Baldwin, merchant .
ti vothonioi Smith, merchant ..

685 a. R. Harper Piano Co., merchant. .July 15. 1911.

686 T. J. Roundtree. peddler drugs July 17, 1911...
687 The Jno Dozier Co., merchant July 19, 1911..
688 Riverside Pharmacy, druggist July 26, 1911...
689 R. F. Yonge, merchant July 26 1911..
90 Scott Bros., merchants ;--J,uIy H
691 G. H. Sistrunk, real estate agent.. July 19, 1911...
692 J. A Colyer. merchant July 31. 1911...
693 Dixie Novelty Co.. merchant July 31. 1911...
694 T. G. Cranford Lbr. Co., mcht ....Aug. 2. 1911...
695 T. G. Cranford Lbr. Co.. sawmill. .Aug. 2, 1911...
696 B. W. Howell, sewing mchne agt..Aug. 8, 1911...

697 W. S. Jones, real estate ageni
698 Mrs. Alma Smith, merchant ..
699 J. W. Prater, merchant
700 J. L. Smoak, wagon maker. .
701 J. L. Leltner. merchant
702 J. A Walker, barber, 2 chairs
703 O. S." Zlpperer & Co.. merchants
704 Jno. Lewis Co.. merchants ....
705 J. S Pedrick. merchant
706 Withlacoochee Hotel, hotel
707 J. S. Pedrick, merchant t
70$ J. L. Trotter, merchant
709 Klah Roberts, merchant
710 F. M. Maxey, merchant
711 John F. Hollinshead, merchant
712 C. P. Lowrie, merchant
713 B. F. Dukes, merchant
714 July Wadkins. merchant
715 S. P. Peoples, merchant
716 H. Johnson, barber, 1 chair ....
717 Mrs. M. A. Bostick, merchant ..
718 s. R. Whaley. merchant
719 Cable Piano Co.. merchant
720 R. L .Anderson, lawyer

721F. W. Ditto, real estate agent. Sept. 16. 1911.
72 F W Ditto, ins agent. 4 compnies. .Sept. 16, 1941.
723 Silver Springs Co.. 1 launch Sept. 20. 1911.
724 j N. Tiller Co.. turpt still Sept. 21. 1911.
725 Rentz Lumber Co., mcht ...... Sept. 22, 1911.
726 Rentz Lumber Co.. sawmill ... Sept. 22, 1911.
731 j. t. Lancaster, real est agent Sept. 30, 1911.
ha v-ithan Afnvn. merchant ..Sent. 30, 1911.

735 Mayo Turpt. Co., turpt still

736 Fort Bros., mercnant ci. j
738 Tiller Harp Co.. turpt still Oct. 5, 1911
739 Stonewall Turpt Co.. turpt still. . .Oct. 5, 1911
740 Lynch & Carolan. turpt still Oct. 6, 1911
741 H. M. Hampton, lawyer Oct. 7. 1911
744 Colonial Hotel, boarding house ....Oct. 12. lm
745 Montezuma Hotel, hotel Oct. 12, 1911

2 Moore & Swain, merchants Oct. 1, 1911
3 j. A. Hicks, merchant Oct. 1. 1911
4 Ocala House Wine Rooms, mcht.. Oct. 1. 1911

5 Ocala House wine Kooms Annex,..uet. z. in

Unnnr dealer
6 Ocala House Wine Rooms, liquor
dealer. .

7 Ocala House "Wine Rooms Annex.

merchants . .......
8 Mrs. R. E. Brigance, b'dins
9 Mrs. Alma Smith, merchant
10 R. L Curry, merchant
11 Mrs. Martha Perkins, merchant
12 C. H. Mincey, merchant
13 J. L. Trotter, merchant
14 J. I Trotter, liquor dealer
15 B. F. Dukes, liquor dealer
16 J. W. Gates & Co., merchants

17 C. Carmichael, liquor dealer
18 Standard Oil Co., wholesale oil...
19 Standard Oil Co., wholesale oil...
20 Standard Oil Co., wholesale gaso
line
21 StnTidiM Oil Ob., wholesale gaso

line dealer ... ....
22 O. D. Hnean. lifluor dealer
23 G. D. Hoeran. merchant

24 G. D Hogan, restaurant .....Oct. 2. 1911
25 G. D." Hogan. 2 pool tables Oct. 2, 1911
26 H. A. Griffin, barber, 2 chairs Oct. 2, 1911
27 "W. F. Bleseh, barber, 3 chairs-... -Oct. 2, 1911
28 Hurst & Garner, merchants ........ Oct. 2, 1911
29 Miller & Newbern. merchants '. Oct. 2. 1911
30 J. F. Hollinshead, merchant Oct. 2, 1911
31 The Carmichael & Son Co., liquor
dealers Oct. 2, 1911
32 Crumpton & McRae Co., mchts Oct. 2, 1911
33 R. Eatman. merchant Oct. 2, 1911
34 H. N. Knoblock & Son., mchts Oct. 2. 1911
35 Harrv Petr, liquor dealer Oct. 2. 1911
36 Harry Peter, merchant Oct. 2. 1911
37 Harry Peter. 3 pool tables Oct. 2, 1911
38 Louisa Jenkins, merchant Oct. 2. 1911
.39 p. R. Tiggs. barber, 2 chairs Oct. 2, 1911
40 P. Bradley, merchant Oct. 2, 1911
41 James Maxey, merchant Oct. 2, 1911

42 S. P. Peebles, merchant
43 Oner Roberts, merchant
44 Susanna Jenkins, merchant
45 R. J. Nelson, merchant
46 H. Thaleott. merchant

47 DunneTlon Development Co.. mcht.. Oct. 3, 1911...

48 Dunnelon Development Company,
liverv stable Oct. 3. 1911
49 J. S. Pedrick, liquor dealer Oct. 2. 1911
50 J". S. Pedrick. merchant in saloon.. Oct. 2. 1911
51 Amanda Raaltard. merchant Oct. 2. 1911
52 M. Ffclana. merchant Oct. 2, 1911

53 W. C. O'Bannon. liquor dealer
54 M. C. Falana. merchant
. 55 -Miss F. L. Condon, ins agent...

56 M. M. Little, merchant
57 Walker & tone, merchants
58 J. S. Grantham, merchant
59 Scott Brc-s.. merchants
60 C. N. Sc3emmer, merchant
61 J. G. Kichline. real estate agent..

62 Charles Rodoff, merchant
63 W. A. Goodwin, merchant
64 A. Arabian, merchant
65 Franz Wunder. merchant
66 T. M. Maxey. merchant
67 A. Slott, merchant?
68 Creola Curry, merchant
69 L. F. Ballard, merchant
70 Dyke & Adams, merchants .
71 Keating & Co., liquor dealers
72 Keating & Co.. merchants ....
73 Ocala Bicycle Shop, merchants

74 A. J. Albritton. merchant Oct. 3. 1911
"5 Mary Turner, merchant Oct 3. 1911
76 Mrs. E. P. Gibson, merchant Oct. 3, 1911...
77 W. M. King, ins agt Oct. 3. 1911...
78 J. D. Durant. boarding house Oct. 3, 1911
79 j. t. Lancaster, ins agent Oct. 4. 1911
80 J. H. Livingston, Jr., ins agent Oct. 4. 1911...
81 E. D. Rou, merchant- Oct. 4. 1911
2 Dutton Phos. Co.. phosphate mine. .Oct. 4." 1911...
U3 Dutton Commissary Co., mchts Oct. 4. 1911
4 Dutton Commissary Co.. mchts Oct. 4. 1911...
85 Dutton Phos. Co., phosphate mine.. Oct 14, 1911..
$6 Cable Piano Co., merchants OctI 4, 1911...
S7 Fort Brothers, barbers. 2 chairs Oct. 4. 1911...

as f ort tsroiners, mercnants
9 Fort Brothers, 3 pool tables ...
0 M. Frenchtman. merchant
91 W. C. Grimes, barber. 2 chairs..
92 T. W. Troxler, merchant
93 Coker & McDuffy, 2 pool tables.
94 Coker & McDuffy, merchants
95 Coker & McDuffy. merchants
96 Coker & McDuffy, merchants
97 S. A. Moses & Bro., merchants
. 98 Marion Grocery Co., merchants
99 H. J. Wall & Sons, merchants
100 T. F. Stewman, merchant
101 J. M. Liddell. merchant
102 G. W. Johnson, itinerant vender
drugs.
103 Commercial Bank, banking

KEIPOIRT

DATE ISSUED
AMOUNT
Stat County
1.50
5.00
.75
2.50
1.25
.75
.75
.75
2.50
1.25
o.flO
.75
5.00
1.59
1.25
5.00
2.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
2.50
10.00
1.50
10.00
3.00
2.50
10.00
1.50
1.50
3.00
.75
.75
1.50
7.50
2.50
9.00
3.00
2.50
2.50
4.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
7.50
.75
18.00
6.00
9.00
May 17, 1911.
.May 17, 1911.
..May 17, 1911.
..May 17. 1911.
...May 17, 1911.
3.00
3.00
15.00
1.50
1.50
2.50
1.50
3.00
2.50
2.50
5.00
5.00
.May 18, 1911
May 18. 1911.
.75
1.25
.75
1.50
. 1.25
1.25
2 aO
2.50
.75
7.50
7.50
.75
1.25
.75
.75
.75
1.50
..May z. ivii.
1.50
May 25, 1911 !""-92
15.00
1.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
3.00
10.00
-29!
5.00
2.50

1.50 .75
5.00 2.50
2.50 1.25
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
10.00 5.00
1.50 .75
1.00 .50
7.50 3.75
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
3.00 1.50
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
3.00 1.50
20.00 10.00
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
3.00 1.50
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
3.00 1.50
45.00 22.50
-1.50 .75
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
3.00 1.50
25.00
3.00 1.50
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
5.00 2.50
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
5.00 2.50
5.00 2.50
1.50 .75
6.00 3.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
2.50 1.25
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
2.50 1.25
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
1.50 .75
1.50 .75
1.00 .50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
1.50 .75
10.00. 5.00
10.00 5.00
10.00
2.50 1.25
45.00 22.-50
9.00 4.5
20.00 10.00
10.00 5.0ft
9.00 "4.50
35.00 17.5ft
1.50 v .75
45.00 22.50
45.00 22. 5ft
20.00 10.0ft
10.00 5.0ft
2.50 1.?5
15.00 7.50
10.00 $ 5.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.5ft
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50 j
500.00 500.00
500.00 500.00
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1,50
500.00 500.00
500.00 500.00
3.00 1.50
500.00 500.0ft
25.00 12.50
25.00 12.50
10.00 5.00
10.00 5.00
500.00 500.00
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
100.00 50.0ft
2.50 1.25
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
6.00 3.00
3.00 1.50
500.00 500.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
500.00 500.0ft
3.00 1.50
45.00 22.50
3.00 1.50
2.50 1.25
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
7.50 3.75
500.00 500.00
3.00 1.5')
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
500.00 500.00
3.00 1.50
.... 2.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
6.00 3.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
6.00 3.00
500.00 500.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.5ft
3.00 1.50
2.50
5.00 2.5ft
2.50
2.50
9.00 4.50
15.00 7.50
6.00 3.00
6.00 3.00
10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
45.00 22.50
3.00 1.50
2.50 1.25
3.00 1.50
30.00 15.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
9.00 4.50
6.00 3.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
50.00 25.00
25.00 12.50

1911
1911
1911 10.00
1911
1911
1911
..June 6, 1911..
..June 7. 1911..
..June 8. 1911..
..June 9, 1911..
..June 10. 1911.
June 14. 1911.
.June 14, 1911.
..June 19. 1911
.June 22, 1911
..June 22, 1911
...Tune 22, 1911
..June 23, 1911
..June 23, 1911
..June 29. 1911
..June 29, 1911
..June 29, 1911
..June 30, 1911......
.July 8. 1911.
....Aug. in
.Aug 8, 1911....
...Aug. 9. 1911
...Aug. 12, 1911...
...Aug. 14. 1911...
...Aug. 18. 1911...
...Aug. 18, 1911...
...Aug. 17, 1911...
...Aug. 17. 1911...
...Aug. 17. 1911...
...Aug. 17. 1911..
...Aug. 17. 1911..
...Aug. 19. 1911...
...Aug. 21. 1911..
...Aug. 22, 1911..
...Aug 23. 1911..
...Aug. 26, 1911..
Aug. 28, 1911..
Sept. 4. 1911...
Sept. 7. 1911...
Sept. 8. 1911...
Sept. 8. 1911...
Sept. 9. 1911...
....Sept. 16. 1911..
Sept. 30. 1911 35.00
.UCt. Z, 1911
Oct.
...Oct 1. 1911.

house. .Oct. 2. 1911.

Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct. 2, 1911.
.Oct. 2, 1911
.Oct. 2, 1911
Oct. 2, 1911
.Oct. 2, 1911
..Oct.
Oct.
2, 1911
2, 1911
Oct. 2, 1911,
Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct. 2, 1911.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
2. 1911.
2, 7011.
1 11 1
Oct. 2. 1911..
.Oct 2, 1911
.Oct. 3, 1911
..Oct. 3. 1911.
..Oct. 3. 1911.
..Oct. 3, 1911.
..Oct. 3. 1911.
..Oct. 3, 1911.
Oct. 3, 1911.
Oct. 3. 1911.
Oct.
3. 1911
Oct
Oct.
.. Oct.
Oct.
3. 1911
3. 1911
3. 1911
3. 1911
....Oct. 3. 1911
Oct, 3. 1911
Oct. 3. 1911
Oct. 3. 1911
Oct. 3. 1911
..Oct. 3. 1911
.Oct. 4. 1911..
.Oct. 4, 1911
.Oct. 4. 1911
.Oct. 4, 1911
.Oct. 4. 1911
.Oct. 4, 1911
.Oct. 4. 1911
.Oct. 14, 1911...
..Oct. 4, 1911
Oct. 4. 1911
Oct. 4, 1911
.....Oct. 4, 1911
..Oct. 4. 1911..
..Oct.
5,1911.
or
.Oct. 5. 1911
.Oct. 5. 1911 25.00

NO. NAME

OCCUPATION
104 James Simon, restaurant
105 Jame3 Simon, merchant .
106 J A. Colyer, merchant
107 3'. O. Dekle, merchant
108 E. F. Newport, merchant
109 Ocala Furniture Co.. merchant

110 smitn unaertaKing jq., unaertaK-
ing and embalming Oct. 5, 1911
111 Geo. W. Kennedy, merchant ...Oct. 5, 1911
112 Helvenston & Pasteur, merchants. .Oct. 5, 1911
113 W. M. Mosley, merchant Oct 6, 1911
114 L J. Harper, merchant Oct. 6, 1911
115 A. L. Midgett. merchant Oct. 6. 1911...

116 S. E. Smith, merchant
117 S. E. Smith, turpentine still
11 Ocala urocery Co., mercnant ..
119 A. E. Burnett, merchant
120 E M. Howard, steam laundry
121 Hayes & Guynn, merchants ...
122 W. D. and R. F. Young, merchant.

123 Wisteria Hotel, boarding house. .. .Oct. 6, 1911
124 L W. Sellers, merchant ..Oct. 6. 1911
125 Norman Finley, merchant Oet. 6, 1911....
126 Baxter Carn, merchant ..Oct. 6. 1911 ....
127 Riverside Pharmacy, druggist ..Oct. 7, 1911
128 Teuton & Peebles, merchants .....Oct. 7. 1911.
129 The Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Company, merchants Oct. 7, 1911
130 Davis Fish & Oyster Co., mechts. .Oct. 7, 1911
131 Lula Edwards, restaurant Oct. 7, 1911
131 T. M. Shaw, boarding house Oct. 7, 1911
133 H. Lowenthal, merchant Oct. 7, 1911
134 A. G. Gates, machine shop Oct. 7. 1911
135 Gulf Refining Co., wholesale oil Oct. 7, 1911
136 Gulf. Refining Co., who'sale gas'nc.Oct. 7, 1911
137 S. J Harvey, merchant Oct. 7. 1911

138 John Sammia, merchant
139 Carter's Bakery, merchant
140 Wilson Bros., merchants
141 Handy Sinclair, barber, 3 chairs.
142 Harry Hall. 2 pool tables
143 Angelina Johnson, merchant
144 Royal Jacobs, merchant
145 E. H. Martin, lawyer
146 Charles Peyser, merchant
147 Jake Brown, merchant
148 Mitchell Pharmacy, druggist
149 Haycraft & DeCamp, merchants.
150 Ocala House, hotel
151 George Tobel, merchant
152 L F Teuton & Co.. merchants.
153 J. L. Smith, merchant
154 A. B. Fort, real estate agent ....
155 F. Chapman, merchant
ttt n TV firhn. mprchant
157 r'. l Fosnot, merchant
158 R. L. & Sam Fosnot, z launches...
159 a M. Bobbitt. merchant
ifiO Ocala Bottlintr Works, Dot wks...
161 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works, bot
tling worKs
162 L. P. Dawkins. merchant

163 The Munroe & Chamouss naxxK,
banking Oct. 9, 1911
164 f. K. Powers, merchant Oct. 9, 1911,...
165 G. N. Davis, traveling dentist Oct. 9, 1911
166 Civil & Civil, merchants Oct. 10, 1911...
167 h. D Mathews, merchant Oct. 10, 1911...
168 P. Carbone. merchant Oct. 10, 1911...
169 a. J. Leavengood. marble works... Oct. 10. 1911...
170 Oscar Williams, merchant Oct. 10, 1911...
171 Williams & McLucas, barbers, 4
chairs Oct. 10, 1911...
172 Matilda Williams, restaurant Oct. 10, 1911...
173 J. M. M. Robinson & Co. mchts Oct 10, 1911...
174 Smith & Sandifer, wagon repair
shop Oct. 10, 1911..
175 s. E. Rowe. merchant Oct. 10, 1911..
176 L J. Blalock & Bro., merchants Oct. 10, 1911.

177 B. R Chambers, merchant
178 F. G.' B. Weihe. Jeweler
179 E. L Ray. jeweler
180 L. P Olin, merchant
181 Maj.'L. T. Izlar, lawyer
182 M. S. Savvaja, merchant
183 c. H Shaw, merchant
184 Joseph Anderson, merchant
185 jr. A. Waterman, merchant
186 A. M. Lansford, merchant
187 H. B. Masters Co., merchant
188 Ollie Mordis, merchant
189 j. W. Alexander, merchant

190 J W. Alexander, barber, 2 chairs.. Oct. 11, 1911...
191 George Freeman, merchant. .V..Oct. 11, 1911...
192 B. F. Condon, merchant ..Oct. 11. 1911...
193 R. A. Burford. lawyer.V. Oct. 11. 1911...
194 Tom Williams, merchant Oct 12, 1911...
195 Isiah Green, merchant ..Oct. 12. 1911...
196 S. Hickel, merchant ..Oct. 12. 1911...
197 h.'A. Kramer, real estate agent... Oct. 12, 1911..
198 G. S. Scott, ins agt.. 26 companies. .Oct. 12, 1911..
199 W. C. O'Bannon, merchant ..Oct. 12, 1911..

200 Marion Hardware Co., repeating
fire arms
201 J. G. Kichline. insurance agent. ..
202 H. J.Jackson & Son., merchants ...
203 Marion Hardware Co., merchant.
204 Marion Hardware Co.. dynamite..
205 Charley Wah, Chinese laundry...
206 W W. Condon, merchant .'
207 McLaughlin & Tolar, merchants
208 Ferguson & Usher, merchants
209 Tompkins & Cobb, livery stable.
210 T. J. Gaulman, merchant
211 Miss Mary Affleck, merchant ...
212 A. J. Stephens, mercnant

213 Dunnellon Pepsl-Coia tsotumg
Works, bottling works Oct. 12, 1911...
214 J. R. Lake, merchant "..Oct. 12. 1911...
215 W. H. Koon. merchant Oct. 12, 1911...
216 Ocala Water Co., water company .Oct. 12, 1911...
217 J. M. Douglas, merchant Oct. 12, 1911...
218 Dr. G S. Means, druggist Oct. 12, 1911...
219 J-Wolf '& Heintz. merchants Oct. 12, 1911...
220 L N. Green, lawyer Oct. 12, 1911...
221 Louis Weihe. merchant Oct. 12, 1911..
222 Mrs. K T. Quick, merchant ..Oct. 12, 1911...
223 J. N. Malphurs. merchant Pet. 12, -1911..
224 Hemming & Hall, merchants Oct. 12, 1911..
225 Mario Royliatti, restaurant Oct. 13, 1911..
226 O. K Teapot Grocery, merchants. .Oct. 13, 1911..
227 H. Fi Hall, merchant ....Oct. 13, 1911..
228 J. B. Martin, merchant ..Oct. 13, 1911..
229 J. B. Martin, merchant Oct. 13. 1911..
230 J. A. Parham, merchant Oct. 13, 1911..
231 J. A. Parham, merchant Oct. 13, 1911..
232 J. A. Parham, livery stable Oct. 13, 1911..
233 a. J Johnson, merchant Oct. 13. 1911..
234 E. Goolsbv. merchant Oct. 13,-1911..

235 Ocala Telephone Co.. telephones
236 j. B. Bluitt, merchant
237 Gertrude Kendrick. merchant ..
238 Clark Variety Store, merchant
239 J. W. Wilson, merchant ..
240 AT. A. Dudlev. merchant .
241 David S. Woodrow, real estate
242 Carnev & Fosnot, launch
243 John Pasteur, merchant
244 Walkup Drug Co., druggist ...
245 M. L McQuaig. merchant
246 New 'York Racket Store, mcht.
247 B. Williams, merchant
248 Knlsrht & Lang, merchant
9iQ ncflla Gas Enerine Works.
ma-

chine shop Oct. 14. 1911.
250 L W. Duval, lawyer Oct. 14, 1911.
251 Schllman & Bene, merchants Oct. 14, 1911.
252 Schllman & Bene, phosphate mine.. Oct. 14, 1911.

253 A. J. Hall, merchant
254 B. J. Benson, merchant
255 George Ohnmacht, merchant
256 W. N. Knight, merchant
257 Grantham Bros., merchant
258 George Pasteur, merchant
259 Central Pharmacy, druggist
260 Chas. A. Ccok, merchant
261 Louvenia Parker, restaurant
262 J. G McCrorev Co.. merchant

263 Fields & Brown, merchants Oct. 16, 1911..
264 Wm. Hocker, lawyer Oct. 16. 1911..
265 A. P. Finley. merchant Oct. 16, 1911..
266 Mary C. Jacksonville, merchant Oct. 16, 1911..
267 Dr. S. H. Blitch. merchant Oct. 16. 1911..
268 F. W. Webber, merchant Oct. 16, 1911..
269 Ed Pettigrew, merchant Oct. 16, 1911..
270 F. H. Simmons, merchant Oct. 16, 1911..
271 J. E. Chace. dentist Oct. 16, 1911..
272 Rheinauer & Co., merchant Oct. 17, 1911..
273 M. Fishel & Son. merchants Oet. 17, 1911..
274 Mrs. M. C. Gray, merchant Oct. 17. 1911..
275 Clark. Rav Johnson Co., mchts Oct. 17. 1911..
276 Clark( Ray Johnson Co. turpt still.. Oct. 17. 1911.
277 Clark, Ray Johnson Co. turpt still.. Oct. 17. 1911.
278 J. R. Dewey, restaurant Oct. 17, 1911..
279 Robert Ruth, merchant Oct. 17, 1911..
280 W. O. Brewer, merchant Oct. 17, 1911..
281 W. O. Brewer, turpt still Oct. 17, 1911.
282 Romeo Turpt Co., merchant Oct. 17, 1911..
2S3 Romeo Turpt Co., turpt still Oct. 17, 1911.
284 C. E. Simmons, merchant Oct 17, 1911..
285 J. T. Hutchens. merchant OcC 17. 1911.,
286 J. W. Wesley, merchant Oct. 17, 1911.
287 Martel Trading vCo., merchant Oct. 17. 1911.
288 Martel Lumber Co., sawmill Oct. 17, 1911..
289 M. Rubin, merchant Oct. 17, 1911..
290 Ocala Cooperage Co., turpentine
barrel factory Oct. 17, 1911.
291 Guy Lawrence, merchant Oct. 17, 1911.
292 W. C. Keaton, merchant Oct. 17, 1911.
293 I. C. Ellis & Son. merchants Oct. 17, 1911.
294 Eliza Gaskin. merchant Oct. 17. 1911.,
295 S. L Fridv. merchant Oct. 17. 1911.
296 W. A DeHart, merchant Oct. 17, 1911.

297 A. J. Douglas, merchant
298 Mrs. E. M. Barksdale. merchant
299 A. R. Williams, merchant
300 J. J. Guthery, merchant
301 Wallace & Tapley. merchants
302 Ocala lee & Packinar Co.. ice fctry
303 Ocala Mfg Co., crate factory
304 Lynne Naval Stores Co., turpt

305 W. P. Edwards, merchant Oct. 18, I9ii.
306 Bishop. Pasteur & Johnson, mchts.. Oct. 18, 1911.
307 Baldwin Bros., merchants Oct. 18, 1911.
308 A. W. Yongue. merchant Oct. 18, 1911.,
309 T. H. Mills, protographer Oct. 18. 1S11.
310 R. D. Harrison. Jr., merchant Oet. 19, 1911..
311 Christian & Dickson Co.. mchts Oct. 18. 1911.
312 Camp Phos. Co., merchants Oct. 19, 1911.
313 Camp Phos. Co., phos mine Oct. 19. 1911.
314 J. A. Gladnev. merchant Oct. 19. 1911.
315 J. C. Duoree, merchant Oct. 19. 1911.

316 N. Goldman, merchant ........... .Oct. 19, 1911.
317 W. H. Webb, merchant Oet. 19, 1911.
318 W. F. McAteer, wason works Oct. 19, 1911.

319 Taylor Printing Co.. Job printing.
320 Beck & Robinson, druggists
321 J. C. Pillans. merchant
322 R. R. Stripling, ins azent
323 The Jno Dozier Co.. merchants
324 Colonial Hotel, hotel
325 F. W. Webber, ice factory
326 Turner Bros., merchants
327 M. H. Zimmerman, sawmill .,.
328 H. P. Perry, merchant
329 Carlisle Drug Co., druggists ..
330 Mclver & MacKay, merchants

331 Mclver & MacKay, architects ....
332 Mclver & MacKay, undertakers

and embalmers Oct. ,20. 1911.,
333 H. B. Wilson, merchant Oct. 20. 1911..
334 H. B. Wilson, barber Oct. 20. '.211..
335 H. B Wilson, one pool table Oct. 20. If 11 .
336 Mrs. Hattie D. Carpenter, mcht Oct. 20, 1911..
337 Irvine Crate and Basket Co., mcht.. Oct. 21. 1911-.
338 Irvine Crate and Basket Com
pany, crate factory Oct. 21, 1911.,

AMOUNT
State County
Oct. 5, 1911
Oct. 5, 1911
Oct. 5, 1911
Oct. 5, 1911
10.00
5.00
3.09
3.00
3.00
3.00
.00
15.00
3.00
18.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
35.00
9.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
18.00
3.00
3.00
6.00
3.00
10.00
10.00
3.00
10.00
25.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
30.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
21.00
3.00
3.00
15.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
10.00
10.00
3.00
25.00
5.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
6.00
5.00
5.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
12.00
3.00
6.00
' 6.00
60.00
3.00
3.00
2.50
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
50.00
366
75.00
50.00
10.00
3.00
12.00
3.00
20.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
75.00
6.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
6.00
3.0fi
3.00
10.00
18.00
6.00
3.00
45.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
46.87
3.00
3.00
S.OO
3.00
3.00
10.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
6.00
3.00
12.00
10.00
10.00
3.00
15.00
6.00
12.00
12.00
3.00
6.00
3.00
6.00
3.00
. 10.00
9.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
S.OO
3.00
3.00
10.00
30.00
9.00
3.00
3.00
. 45.00
. 45.00
. 10.00
3.00
3.00
. 45.00
3.00
. 45.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
6.00
. 10.00
3.00
. 25.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
9.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
. 25.00
. 15.00
. 35.00
3.00
9.00
3.00
6.00
5.00
3.00
15.00
. 15.00
. 15.00
E.00
'. 6.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
3.00
7.50
1.50
9.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
17.50
4.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
2.50
1.50
..Oct. 5, 1311.
Oct. 5, 1911...
..Oct. 6. 1911
Oct. 6, 1911
Oct. 6. 1911
Oct. 6, 1911
...Oct. 9. 1911
...Oct. 6. 1911
.Oct. 6. 1911.
1.50
9.00
1.50
1.50
3.00
1.50
5.00
5.00
1.54
5.00
12.50
5.00
1.5
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
15.00
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
10.50
1.50
1.50
7.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
5.00
5.00
1.50
12.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
Oct. 7, 1911
Oct. 7. 1911.....
Oct. 9. 1911
.. .Oct. 9, 1911....,
Oct. 9, 1911
Oct. 9, 1911
Oct. 9, 1911.....
..Oct. 9, 1911
..Oct 9. 1911
.Octl 9, 1911
..Oct. 9, 1911.
.. .Oct. 9, 1911....
..Oct. 9, 1911....
..Oct. 9. 1911
. .Oct. 9. 1911....
..Oct. 9. 1911.
.Oct. 9, 1911
-Oct 9, 1911
.Oct! 9, 1911
Oct. 9, 1911 ...
.Oct. 9, 1911
.Oct. 9, 1911
.Oct. 9, 1911
.Oct. 9, 1911.
..Oct. 9, 1911.
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.75
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
3.00
.Oct. 10. 1911...
.Oct. 11, 1911...
.Oct. 11, 1911...
.Oct. 11, 1911...
.Oct. 11, 1911...
.Oct. 11. 1911..
.Oct. 11. 1911..
.Oct. 11. 1911..
.Oct. 11, 1911..
.Oct. 11, 1911..
.Oct. 11, 1911..
..Oct. 11, 1911..
..Oct. 11. 1911..
2.50
2.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
6.00
1.50
3.00
3.00
30.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
65.00
1.50
25.00
2.50
1.50
37.50
25.00
..Oct. 12. 1911.
.Oct. 5.
.Oct. 5.
1911..
1911...
.Oct. 12, 1911.
..Oct. 12, 1911.
..Oct. 12. 1911.
..Oct. 12. 1911.
5.00
1.50
Oct. 12, 1911.
Oct. 12. 1911.
6.00
1.50
10.0ft
1.50
1.50
.Oct. 12, 1911...
.Oct. 12, 1911...
.Oct. 12f 1911...
.Oct. 12. 1911..
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
37.50
3.00
1 5ft
1.50
5.00
1.50
3.00
1.50
1.50
5.00
9.00
3.00
1.50
22.50
1.50
1.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
23.43
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
2.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
3.00
1.50
6.00
5.00
5.00
1.50
7.50
3.00
6.00
6.00
1.50
3.00
1.50
3.00
1.50
5.00
4.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
Oct. 13. 1911.
.Oct. 13. 1911.
.Oct. 13, 1911.
.Oct. IS, 1911.
.Oct.
14. 1911.
14. 1911.
14, 1911.
14, 1911.
.Oct.
agt.. Oct.
Oct.
..Oct. 14. 1911.
Oct. 14. 1911.
Oct. 14, 1911.
Oct. 14. 1911.
Oct. 14, 1911.
Oct. 14, 1911.
..Oct. 14, 1911..
...Oct. 14. 1911.
...Oct. 14. 1911.
...Oct. 14, 1911.
Oct. 14. 1911.
...Oct. 14, 1911.
Oct. 16, 1911.
Oct. 16. 1911.
Oct. 16, 1911.
Oct. 16, 1911.
5.00
15.00
4.50
1.50
1.50
22.50
22.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
22.50
1.50
22.5D
1.50
1.50
1.50
3.00
5.00
1.50
12.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
4.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
12.50
7.50
17.50
1.50
4.50
1.50
3.00
2.50
1.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
1.50
S.OO
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.50
7.50
1.50
2.50
1.50
2.50
5.00
1.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
22.50
12.50
7.50
. 1.50
1.00
7.50
1.50
3.00
7.50
Oct. It, 1911.
Oct.
Oct.
ct.
Oct.
- .Oct.
n.
17.
17.
18,
1911.
1911.
1911.
1911.
1911.
18.
Oct. 18, 1911.
still. .Oct. 18, 1911.
3.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
15.00
3.00
366
5.00
10.00
3.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
45.00
25.00
15.00
3.00
2.00
15.00
3.00
6.00
15.00
.Oct. 19, 1911.
-Oct. 19, 1911.
..Oct. 19. 1911.
...Oct. 20, 1911.
..Oct. 20, 1911.
..Oct. 20, 1911.
..Oct. 20, 1911.
...Oct. 20, 1911.
...Oct. 20. 1911.
..Oct. 20. 1?!1.
...Oct. 20. 1911.
...Oct. 20. 1911.
-Oct. 20, 1911.

DATE ISSUED

NO. NAME

OCCUPATION.

H2J?- T- Dav's. "M t.. 36 eompnle..Oct.
340 Ocala Seed Store, merchant ;..., Oct.
341 Dr. Wm. Anderson, druggist ....... Oct.
342 Green American Ris, restaurant.... Oct
343 Ocala Banner. Job printing ........Octl
3 Humphrey & Kill, merchant Oct.
lA c- vVaits & Co- merchants Oct.
346 W. M. Gober, lawyer ...Oct.
347 M. & J. W. Smith, hotel ..........Oct.
348 Dunnellon Phos. Co., phos mine. ...Oct.
349 Dunnellon Phos Co., phos mine Oct.
350 Geo. F. Williams, bowling alley... OcC

azi n. Holland, merchant-
352 II.
353 M
Holland, merchant
S. Sims & Bro.. restaurant
354 L.
355 F.

Green, barber, 1 cahir ..........Oct.
P. Gadson. merchant ot

356 H.
A. Griffin, merchant
357 Lizz$
358 J. W.
Hill, merchant
Smoak. merchant
359 T.
360 M
361 J.
362 B.

J. Zimmerman, merchant ....... .Oct
J. Thornton, merchant .........Oct.
W. Seller, merchant .Oet.
J. McBride. merchant Oft

363 Forepaugh & Sell3 Bros., circus. ..
364 J. W. Coulter, merchant
365 I. & M. E. DeClark, merchant
366 R.- M. Martin, merchant
367 Mrs. M. H. Nobles, merchant ..
368 j. Buttgenbach &. Co., phos mine..
369 J. Buttgenbach & Co., phos mine..
Si? Ann-iionopoiy drugstore, drugs..
4ii d. m. Honey, optician
372 Jas. B. Haney, merchant
373 Theus-Zachry Co.. merchants
4 G. A. Nash, merchant ...
375 J.
B. Barton, merchant
B. Barton, turpt still
F. Blaiock. dentist
376 J.
77 L
378 &
R. Whaley. merchant
379 Meffert

& Maynard, merchants ....Oct.
& Maynard, sawmill Oct

380 Meffert
381 camp Phos. Co., phosphate mine...
iz w. h. iiassey & Co.. merchants

383 W. H. Massey & Co., turpt still Oct.
384 M. A. Rice & Co.. merchant Oct.
385 Mrs. E .E. Bargaineer, merchant.. .Oct.
386 Marcus Frank, merchant Oct.
387 G. P. Rast. merchant Oct.
388 H. Johnson, merchant Oct.
389 Turnipseed & Gist, merchants ....Oct.
390 H. A. Fausett, merchant ..Oct

391 A. D. Fausett, merchant
392 S. H. Walkup. merchant
393 R. L. Simmons, merchant ........
394 G. W. Barden, merchant
395 Temple Theater, theater
396 H. W: Tucker, electrician
397 J. Klein, merchant
398 Samuel Slack Co.. merchant
399 J. W. Dukes, druggist
400 Ocala Iron Works, foundry and

machine shop ......Oct.

401 B. Goldman, merchant

402 B. Goldman, pawn shop Oct.
403 B. Goldman, fire arms Oct.
404 Roess bumber Co., mdse broker. .. .Oct.
405 Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.. mcht.. Oct.

406 Christian & Gamble Co., mcht
407 Bank of Dunnellon, banking

408 w. e. Allen Co., merchant Oct.
409 First State Bank of Mcintosh, bnk..Oct.
410 Belleview .Trading Co., merchants. .Oct.
411 E. Fla. Tel. Co 90 telephones. .... .Oct.
412 J. H. Livingston. real est agent. .Oct.
4 1 3 Bittlnger & Co., job, printing ...... Oct.
414 Tydings & Co., druggist .......... xOcfc
415 A. D.. Brooks, merchant ......... .Oct..
416 C. R. Kreger, merchant v. ....".. ..Oct.
417. J.i B. Malloy, merchant . j . . ; .Oct.
418 G. W. Martin, merchant Oet.?
419 E. E. Converse, nlaninar mill and

dry

kiln K .Oct..
Home, merchant ... . ; . : .Oct.
Horne. turpt still. .... ......... Oct.
Armstrong, merchant ...... ..Oct.
Armstrong, merchant Oct.

420 L. L.
421 L. L.
422 John
423 John
424 Fairfield
425 Fairfield
Naval Stores Co. mcht.
N. S. Co., turpt still.
426 Marion Co. Abst. Co., abstractors..
427 Gale & Nott, merchants ...I..:.,;
428 Dunnellon SuDDly Co.. merchant.

429 Dunnellon Supply Co., dynamite... Oci.;31,
430 Guy Geiger & Co., merchants-.... iOct. 31,
431 J. A. Walker, barber. 2 chairs. .. :.Oct 31,
432 G. W. Neville, ins agent ... .Oct. 31,

433 G. W. Neville, ins agent . i ; jr . -Oct.
434 G. W. Neville, ins agent ;vv.Oct.
435 G. W. Neville, ins agent ...... ..Oct.
436 G. W. Neville, ins agent ........ .Oct.
437 G. W. Neville, Ins agent Oct.

438 G. W. Neville, ins agent
439 B. H. Seymour, real estate agent..
440 B
E. and T. P. Raysor, mchts
441 Postoffice Drugstore Annex, drugs..

442 Postoffice Drugstore, druggists ....Oct.
443 Mrs. M. E. Culverhouse. restaurnt. .Oct.
444 Gulf Supply Co., merchants Oct.
445 Gulf Supply Co.. merchant Oct.
446 R. W. Giles, merchant Oct.
447 Beasley & Manrt, merchants Oct.
448 D H. Burry, merchant Oct.

449 Lanier Robertson, lawyer ........Nov.
450 Whittington & Brunnells, mchts, ..Nov,
451 G. W. Jordan & Bro., merchants.. .Nov..
452 J. B. Barton, merchant i.Nov.
453 J. B. Barton, turpt still ...NoV.
454 Edwin Spencer. Jr.. lawyer ...Nov.
455 Mrs. M. A Bostick. merchant ....'Nov.
456 Janie L. Moore, restaurant ...Nov."
457 S. Feinberg, merchant ......Nov.
458 T. F. Harrison, merchant Nov.
459 O. S.- Zipperer & Co., merchant Nov.
460 Wilmer Gibson, merchant Nov.
461 Miss Julia Tillman, merchant. :.Nov.
462 Withlacoochee Hotel, hotel Nov.
463 T G. Cranford Lbr. Co., mcht Nov.
464 T." G. Cranford Lbr. Co., sawmill. -Nov.
465 M E. Robinson, merchant Nov.
466 A.' A Bartlett, launch Nov.
467 July Watson, merchant Nov
468 R. J. Rivers, merchant .....Nov.
469 R. J. Rivers, sawmill Nov.

470 P. Goolsby, merchant Nov.
471 J. -W. Randall & Son! merchants. .Nov.
472 Horne & Douglas, merchants Nov.
473 Johnson, Smith & Co., turpt still.. Nov.
474 Johnson, Smith & Co., mchts Nov.
475 Mrs. S. B. Moody, merchant Nov.
476 Elks Club, liquor dealer Nov
477 W. P. Pressley, merchant NoVi
478 S. W. Petteway. merchant Nov.
479 S. W. Petteway. turpt still Nov.
480 L F. Savarese. ins agent Nov.
481 Venable & Cone, turpt still Nov.
482 Thos. C. Russell. merehant ..Nov.
483 Frank Mazon. restaurant . . .Nov.
484 -E. L. Mills, launeh ,i..Nov.
485 Stebleton & Mock, sawmill Nov.
486 S. B. Brooks, merchant .....Nov,
487 Hall, Meggs & Townsend, turpen
tine still Nov.
488 J. J. Giles, ins agent Nov.
489 James Allen, pool table Nov.
490 F. W. Ditto, insurance agent Nov.
491 F. W. Ditto, real estate agent. .. .Nov.
492 Parrimore & Marsh, druggists ....Nov.
493 J. Q. Boyd, merchant .Nov.
494 Robert Lee, merchant Nov.

495 E W. Rush & Co., merchants
496 D.
4 97 D.
498 J.
499 S.
500 J.
H. Pettys, merchant
H. Pettys, pool table
W. Williams & Co., restaurant.

U. Campbell, real estate agent.. Nov.
D. McDuffy, livery stable Nov.

501 Leonard & May Conifer, mchts. .. .Nov.
502 B. W. Howell, merchant Nov.
503 Dunnellon Pharmacy, druggists Nov.
504 E. A. Hough, merchant Nov.
505 J. M. Neely, insurance agent .....Nov.
506 Dunnellon Ice, Storage and Ma

chine Co., electric light plaant.
50
Dunnellon
Ice. Storage and Ma-
chine Co.,
Dunnellon
chine Co.,
Dunnellon

water works ot.
Ice, Storage and Ma-ice-
factory -Nov.

508-509-
Ice, Storage and Ma
machine shop
chine Co..
510 C. A.
511 J E.
512 Addie
513 P. A.
514 H. A.
515 Jerry
516 Isaac
Stephens, shooting gallery
Sharperson, merchant ....
-Michael, restaurant
Roper, merchant .
Hagle, ins agent...
Mitchell, merchant .
Tomnklns, merchant
517 W. M.
Williams, merchant
518 Peter Paul, merchant lunches
519 Nettles & Harrison, sawmill
520 James Taylor, merchant
521 Millsom Lumber Co., sawmill.
522 A. R. Griffin, merchant
523 E. L. Wartmann, merchant .
524 John General & Co., mchts ..
525 Dunnellon Advocate, Job printing
526 O. W. Ledson, merchant
527 Citizens Gas Co., gas factory .,
528 C. B Bristow. merchant

529 Jno 'H. Snarks Show, small show.. Nov.

STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION. sm ta
I. Joseph Bell, county Judge in and for Marlon county. Florida, do certify
that the foregoing report contains a true statement of all occupational li licences
cences licences issued in Marion county, from the first day of May, 1911, to the 30th

dav of November, 1911, both days Inclusive.
JOSEPH

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' DATE -ISSUED

AMOUNT
State Countjt.
90.00
21.
21.
21,
2L
21.
2L
23.
23.
23,
23.
23,
23.
23.
23.
23.
23,
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1911..
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1911 ...
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9.00
10.00
5.00
3.00
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5.00
10.00
15.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
-10.00
2.00
6.00
3.00
3.00
12.00
. 3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
25.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
25.09
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5.00
3.00
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6.00
3.00
45.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
15.00
6.00
1.50
4.50
5.00
2.00 :
1.50
3.00
6.00
2.50
5.00
7.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.00
3.00
1.50
1.50
6.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
12.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
12.50
12.50
3.00
2.50
1.50
3.00
3.00
1.50
22.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
2.50
7.50
3.00
10.00
3.00
1.50
4.50
3.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
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1.50
12.50
2.50
6.00
1.50
1.50
7.50
3.00
50.00
25.00
5.00
12.00
7.50
12.50
3.00
7.50
4.50
5.62
5.00
2.50
4.50
L50
1.50
1.50
3.00-
5.00
3.00
22.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
10.00
12.50
4.50
9.00
25.00
1.50
1.50
2.50,
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
9.00
2.50
13.50
6.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
22.50
5.00
1.50
5.00
3.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
2.50
.1.50
1.50
3.00
17.50
1.50
1.50
50.00
1.50
1.50
22.50
2.50
10.00
1.50
5.00
2.50
2.50
1.50
17.50
2.50
7.50
10.00
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
3.00
1.50
7.50
5.00
5.00
2.50
1.50
1.50
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1911., 100.00
1911 50.00
1911 10.00
1911......... 24.00
1911........ 15.00
1911......... 25.00
Oct.
30,
31,
31,
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3U 1911......
6.00.
15.00
9.00
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9.00
3.00
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3.00
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6.00
45.00
3.00
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Oct.
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3.00
3.00
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27.00
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3.00
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3.00
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. 3.00
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1911 100.00
1911 3.00
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1911 45.00
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1911 5.00
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18, 1911.. 10.00" 5.00
18, 19Iil. ....... 60.00 25.00
18, 1911........ 15.00 7:50
18, 1911 10.00 5.00
20, 1911..:..... 5.00 2.50
22, 1911.......: 3.00 1.50
22, 1911.'..:.:.: 10:00 5.00
22, i9U...:...: a;oo 1.50
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22, 1911.....,.: 3.00 1.50
22, 1911...,..., 3.00 1.50
23. 1911.,.,.,.. 1.00 1.25
23, 16U 3.00 1.50
23, 1911 5.00 2.50
23. 1911........ 3,00 ; 1.50
24. 1911 6,00 2.50
25. 1911 S.OO t.50
25, 1911 6.00 S.OO
25, 1911 3.00 1.50
25, 1911 5.00 2.50
28. 1911 3.00 1.50
28, 1911 10.00 5.00
29, 1911... 3.00 1.50
29, 1911 5.00 2.50

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BELL. County Judge.
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Oyatera la All Stylea
Evehing that is gcc'2
to eat properly served-
Rigl t. Now, when yea
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN HESULT3
Give prompt relief from BACKACIHV
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUDLC,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of XHa
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BLADDER and all annoying URINARt
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MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
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HAVE HIGHEST. RECOMMENDATION
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telr suffered djocV from my kidners and blad bladder
der bladder I had seTere backaches and ray kidnry actioo
was too frequent, causing me to lose much sleca
at night, and in mj bladder there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
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OCALA LODGE SO. 286, B. P. O. XL
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent and
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NO. 19, F. & A. M.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
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Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
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