The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
OCAU

FURNITURE
FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
TF
Thcus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912.
NO. 143.
TBS FURNITURE MEN

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Turkey Hf-tiet Kin Ferdlnantl to
Stay the Advanrf of III
Irrmlittlhlr Armlr
London, Nov. 14. Its army beaten
In every battle of the month's war,
its broken forces now backed into the
la .st ditch in front of Constantinople,
Turkt-y has appealed to Uularla, one
of the four victorious allies, for an
armistice pending the beginning1 of
peace negotiations. Rulgaria, however,
with her armie.s at the gates of the
fHtoman capital, is unlikely to con consent
sent consent to armist'ce, except on conditions
of full military advantage. Should
the authorities at Sofia accept an
armistice, it would not affect condi conditions
tions conditions in other parts of Curopean Tur Turkey,
key, Turkey, where forces of the remaining
three allies have ens?ased Ottoman
t t'OOpH.

iu:ixevii:v
Hellevlew, Nov. 13. Mr. C. W.
Lane left on Wednesday afternoon for
Starke to attend the VY C. T. V. con con-vention
vention con-vention as a delegate from this dis district.
trict. district. Mrs. Karl A. Davenport entertained
a select party last Tuesday evening in
honor of Miss Miriam Thompson of
Alva, Fla.
Mrs. and Miss Kllie Trernere and
Minnie with Miss Miriam Thompson
were entertained last Sunday by De De-Camp
Camp De-Camp and family at Lake Weir. A
launch ride around the lake was one
of the most enjoyable features of the
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C Doolittle came
in from their summer home at Short
J leach. Conn., last Monday. The colo colonel
nel colonel Is not feeling in the best of health;
in fact, he is quite feeble compared
with his former robust health and
constitution. Mrs. Doolittle is not
feeling the best in the world, but it is
tioped that after resting up from their
journey that the air of Mellevlew will
.strengthen and Invigorate them.
f.AKi-: ui:ih w. c. t. r.
Sunday niyht, Nov. 11, the Sunday
school department of the ". C. T. U.,
Miss Snook, superintendent, save a
very fine temperance program at the
church in place of the usual preach preaching
ing preaching service. Following was the pro program:
gram: program: Song, Stand Firmly, Lend a Hand
Congregation.
Uesponsive reading from the Ame Amethyst,
thyst, Amethyst, and prayer Mrs. Reed, leader.
Recitation, Take Courage Lorena
Coggin. 1
Recitation, What We Want Walter
Albert son.
Song, Home to My Mother in Heav Heaven
en Heaven Quartet.
Recitation. Golden Rule George
Rast.
Reading- by Samuel Snook.
Song-, When Christians WIR Vote as
They I'ray Quartet.
Address, Rev. G. V. Albertson.
Reading, The Lips that Touch Liauor
Shall Never Touch Mine Mrs. Rast,
Address Rev. H. A, Albertson,
Song-. Has Father Reen Here Quar Quartet
tet Quartet and chorus.
A collection was taken which will
be used to place' the Amethyst in the
homes of the children for the next
year.
Meeting; of Union, oveniber Ttt
Devotions.
Roll call, "Rright HaylnHs of child children."
ren." children." 1
Minutes read and approved.
Mrs. Simpson appointed delegate to
convention.
Rill for programs read and ordered
paid.
Voted to pay expenses of two dele delegates
gates delegates to Starke.
Time of meeting changed to 2:30 p.
m. for winter.
Subject of day. "Dangerous Amuse Amusements."
ments." Amusements." Article on moving picture shows,
by Mrs. Reed and Mr. Simmon.
Guidance Retter than Restraint
Mrs. Ruckley.
Rvil Amusements of the Day Mrs.
Jones.
Voted that Mrs. Rast as superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of Scientific Instruction have
full charge of reception for teacher
and school children Nov. 21.
djournmcnt for two weeks.
MOM'.Y HNFrVDKO WITH A M1II.K
Lending- IlriiKMtore Will filve Money
llnek Should There Kvr he a Cane
Where DimIsoii'm I.lver
Tone Fall
Dodson's Liver Tone is a mild vege vegetable
table vegetable liver tonic which operated so
successfully in cases of constipation,
torpid liver or biliousness that it has
practically taken the place of calomel
: the drug- which is so often danger dangerous.
ous. dangerous. The Court Pharmacy, which sells
Hudson's Liver Tone, recommends it
as a reliever of constipation. sour
stomach. biliousness and sluggish
liver. It works gently, surely and
harmlessly. If a bottle should ever
fail to give satisfaction. the Court
I'harmacy will refur.d the price paid
without question.
The price of Dodson's Liver Tone is
.rt) cents per bottle. Re sure you get
Hudson's Liver Tone and not some
medicine put up in imitation that is
not backed up by a guarantee and that
may contain harmful drugs. Ad.
MAIL MHSSEXGKIt SKHVICK
Sealed proposals for carrying- the
United States mails, on messenger
route No. 223021 between the postofflce
at Ocala, Fla., and the Seaboard Air
Line Railway depot, each way as often
as required, will be reyeivetl by Uie
postmaster until Nov. 24th. 1912.
Rlank bids may be secured from the
postmaster upon application. Didders
should inform themselves of the
amount and character of the service.
Frank J. Ruber, Post master.
OXLY A FIIIK IIEHO
but the crowd cheered, as, with burn burned
ed burned hands, he held up a small round
box. "Fellows!" he shouted, "this
Rucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev everything
erything everything beat for burns." Right! also
for bolls, ulcers, sores, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues inflammation,
kills pain. Only 23 cent at Tydings
& Company. Ad.
Take Dlgestlt for indigestion and
wear a smile. At Court Fharmacy. Ad.

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SATISFACTION
Guaranteed or your money
refunded without question.
II ii'wa good thing you
Wailf Wf liMVfj it linr
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ANNOUNCEMENT"-;.; ZZ5?ZS ZSgSSSttSSTS "' S .- -
partta and we have decide to rovers the order of thing, by rodminVour r ee TuriZ ill C T " PrePari6 for Fall and Winter
and practically giving away the remaining gocd after the rnrt, i, over. T X n o 7o Z f" Wg Prfit ,e ginning,
the saving of many dollar,. Look lor the Big Green Sign on the WMZT """ P t will mean

EAD 'EVERY LINE IN THUS HERALD-CAREFULLY
A Whirlwind, Record Breaking Bargain Celebration Will Last Fifteen Days Only

Ladies' Waists and
Skirts
59c grade ladies' waists for . .43c
75c grade ladies' waists for ... .59c
$1 grade ladies' waists for ....79c
$1.25 grade ladies' waists for. .89c
$1.50 grade ladies' waists for. .98c
$2 grade ladies' waists for ...1,33
$3 grade ladies' skirts for... $1.98
$3.50 ladies' skirts for $2.45
$4.25 ladies' skirts for $3.21
$6 ladies' skirts for $4.19
$7.50 ladies' skirts for $4.98
Altmau voile skirts, regular $10.00
values, to go for $4.44
Sheets and Pillow Cases
50c 72x90 sheets for 35c
50c 81x90 sheets for 39c
Pillow cases 19c
72x90 Royal Blue sheets 49c
Slx9Q Royal Blue sheets 09c
Royal Blue pillow cases ...12o
Shirts
Ide and Cluett shirts, $1.50 and
$2.50 values, to go for 98c
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This is a Splendid Opportunity

Ladies' 15 and 16 Button
High Top Shoes
$3.50 gun meal $2.45
$3.50 tans $2.09
$4 tans $3.0O
$5 tans $3.35
$2.50 white duck $1.75
$3.50 white duck $2.50
$4 white buck $3.00
Men's Pants
Hart, Schaffner & Marx pants, reg regular
ular regular $6, $7 and $8 pants, to go
for $1.98
Fancy all wool novelties. $5 and $6
values, to go for $4.0O
$4 and $4.50 values for ....$3.25
One lot as a special value for.S2.77
$3 grade for $2.25
$2.50 grade for $1.90
$2 grade for $1.55
Blue Serges
$3.50 grade for $2,25
$4 grade for $2.90
$4.50 grade for .S3.25
$5 grade for $3.85
Men's Dress Shirts
One lot of white linen full dress
men's shirts, slightly stock worn,
to go while they last for 25o
Men's 25c suspenders to go for. .17c
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Everything advertised is fresh, clean and up-to-date
with well advertised names to back their good and
long lasting quality.

Sale Closes
Monday, Dec. 2nd
Look f op ttve

THE GLOBE'S BIG
UMTIM(S SALE

Combining the Globe and

Ladies' Velvet, Plush
and Fur Overcoats
$10 grade for
$12.5o grade ior
$15 grade for
. .$5.98
. $0.50
$10.59
J. & P. Coats Thread
J. & P. Coates thread, will go dur during
ing during this sale for, per spooj . . iv
Fancy Dress Goods
Messaline silk, in all shades, for per
yard 84c
Wash silks, in all shades, 25c and
35c per yard values, to go for
per yard 15c
Pongee, fine grade, regular 25c
value, per yard 15c
Poplin, heavy striped, in all colors,
to go lor per yard 15c
Bedspreads
$1 grade for
$1.50 grade for
$2 grade for
$2.50 and $3 grade for
. . 79c
. . 98c
.$1.49
.$1.98
Ladies' Shoes
LOW ('UTS
In Patent Leathers, Gun Metal.
Tan Vicl, Tan and Vici Leathers, in
Button or Laco. Pumps or Straps.
$3.5o grade for $2.50
$3 grade lor $2.1U
$2.50 grade for $1.95
?2 grade foi $1.05
$1.75 grade for $1.39
Ladies' white canvas pumps and
strap pumps, $2 grade for $1.19
White buck pumps, $::.."o grade
for $2.00
One lot or Ladies' Suele, Satin
and Velvet Pumps to go at 25 per
cent below cost.
IIH.il TOPS IN ALL LLATIILRS
$3 grade for 82.25
$2.."o grade for $1.95
$2 grade for Sl.OO
1 7 5 grade for $ 1 .39
Mens Hose
Tlify wear like 1 look like 50c
and cost you only 25c
.Men's puiv silk hoe.
Hose! Hose! Hose!
Men's plain and fancy half hose, 50c
grade for 35c
3 5c grade for 25c
2 5c grade for 19c
10c grade for 12 He
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S iHH 111 tl O TP

the Guarantee Clothing and Shoe Co's

Whip Cord and Heavy
Dress Goods
In all shades and fancy stripes.
25c grade, per yard ioc
39c grade, per yard 27c
75c grade, per yard 43C
$1.25 grade, per yard 09c
Ladies'
High Grade Coat Suits
In Cotton Worsted and Wool
Fabaics
$10 grade for $5.98
$12.50 grade for $7.98
$15 grade for $9.98
Children's Dresses
jfe kind for 3o
75c kind for 53c
$1 kind for 7c
$1.25 kind for 88c
$1.50 kind for $1.09
$2 kind for $1.33
$2.50 kind for $1.09

to do Your Holiday Shopping before the
LOOK FOR THF fiUFFN circiuc

Are You Particular
About the Clothes You
Wear
If you are. you ought to think of
some kind of clothes which are well
tailored, perfect fitting and of good,
substantial quality. Without a
shadow of a doubt your thoughts
would at once fall on th world world-famed
famed world-famed Hart Schaffner Marx
clothes. $20, $22.5o. $25 and $27.50
suits, your choice $15.00
Men's Wool Coat
Sweaters
? 1 grade 79c
fl.r.o grade 98c
.5 2 grade $1.48
.2.5n grade $1.08
?3 grade $2.39
Men's Shoes
$3.50 grade for S2.50
S3 grade for .S2.10
$2.50 grade for 81.95
$2 grade for 81.09
Work Shoes
$2 P. S. Army shoe, plain toe or
cap. for $1.29
Heavy gun metal work shoes 81.09
Black, green or tan elk shoes $1.95
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E GLOB

Sign on the Square.

A Few Real Values in
Domestics
Homespun, extra heavy, 36 inches
wide. 20 yards for $1.00
Fruit of the Loom, the world-famed
bleaching, to go for per yard 8?4c
10-4 bleached sheeting, (Rogers)
, sale price 21c
9-4 unbleached sheeting, sale price,
per yard idc
Kxtra heavy Black Hock unbleached
sheeting. 3fi inches wide, to go
per yard 7c

Specials
2 i -inch flouncing, per yard ...18c
4 5-inch flouncing, per yard 43c
Canton flannel, per yard 7?c
Swiss embroidery, 5 to 10 inches
wide. at. per yard 7Jc
Ladies' black silk underskirts to go
for $1.98
Quilts and Comforts
$1 grade for ..
$1.50 grade for
$2 grade for .
$3 grade for .
. 79c
. .98c
.$1.59
.$2.29
Stacy Adams Shoes
FOR MEN
Sold everywhere for $5.50, $6 and
$6.50, to go for $2.98
Rain-Proot Overcoats
Rain-proof overcoats made by Hart,
Schaffner & Marx, regular $25
and $30 values, to go for. .$15.00
Sweaters
Men's all wool Jersey sweaters, $3
goods, sale price $1.98
Suspenders
President suspenders to go while
they last for 35C
Men's Paris hose supporters. .. 19c
B. V. D.
B. V. D. underwear to go for. .35c
Maxim Hats
On- lot of GOO men's felt hats to go
for $1.25

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Let the Big Crowds keep you away. We will pro provide
vide provide extra facilities for

serving you.

IFlopidla

REMEMBER!
Be sure you are in the right
place, look for the large
gren canvas signs on the
west si de of the Courthouse

Stocks
Ladies9
Gowns, Chemise, Etc.
50c gowns and chemise for. . .39c
7oc gowns and chemise for... 53c
$1 gowns and chemise for ....00c
$1.50 gowns and chemise for.. 08c
$2 gowns and chemise for... $1.33
$2.50 gowns and chemise for. $1.77
$3 gowns and chemise for.... $2.29
$1 princess slips for 69c
$1.50 princess slips for 08c
$2 princess slips for $1013
$2.50 princess slips for $1.77
$3 princess slips for $2.29
Gore vests qc
Staples
Homespun, 36 inches wide, to go
for per yard 5C
Amoskeag gingham, during this
sale, for per yard oc
Rockland gingham during this sale,
for per yard 4 He
Chambray, in all shades, to go for
per yard sc
Neckwear
All our 25c neckwear to go for. .10c
Rush Begins.
The Famous
J. B. Stetson Hats
The famous John B. Steson hats to
go at this big celebration for the
low price of $2.05
Keith's-Konqueror
SHOES TOR MEN
In high and low cuts. In all leathers.
In button or lace, $4 grade for
$2.90; $3.50 grade for $2.70
Men's Drawers
Genuine Scriven drawers for ..50c
Elastic seam drawers, 50c kind. 35c
Jean drawers to go for 25c
Men's Underwear
Men's hygienic full weight fleece
lined underwear, regular 50c.
values to go for 35c
Your Money's Worth or Your
Back.
Hanan Shoes for Men
In all leathers, to go in this big
celebration for $2.98
Sale Closes
Monday, Dec. 2nd
are IRIgjM

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OCALA EVENING STAR. FKIDAV, NOVEMBER IS, 1912

I

OCALA EVENING STAR

Ilittinger & Carroll Proprietor.

II. K. Carroll, ItuMness Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Frtltor.

Mil. Jir wiiKitox
Mr. J,tmf .n-Jer.or.. formerly a
much --re-Lu-.I rt-s'ii.-nt of O.ala. but
.f i .-. irsii r. -i.Jtnt of South Flor-

.I';.-! at o-lock ye-'ter-lay at
!th hnmo i f u h : r Mr.-. T. II.

trin,K on -n'na sirt-t-i.

GOOD IKKTIfi

III I 1 TIC IDEA OF PEOPLE

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In tViu nnatfifflnc at Of-all. I

UIUCI C'J ill i v. v - -
Fla., as second cla.3 mail matter.

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MEN

Tu,niv.ii,l iar auo. no man in

1 Vllk V j I
the United States was more talked i
about than Corporal Tanner, who was,
noniion fommis.-iioner under Harrison.!

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Corporal Tanner wa a I'nion veteran.

ie.vv. .'leaving

as commissioner was io kiv- rmj
needy veteran at least a djllar a day.,
The country could have much better
paid every genuine veteran $1 a day!
than paid all the fraudulent claims'
foisted on it by politic an- and pen-

Hion attorneys, uui iannrs j.oucj
looked more extravagant than tlw
oiilpt thieverv carried on by others, so

TV!. iler-e,i-ei na.l rt-n ill ir six

weeks, he havina corn- to -ala for
medical treatment. Although -raite

'ill. his case was not cor.-i 1-re 1 alarni alarni-;
; alarni-; ;na until a fv days a:. h- .himself
i a.-knowledirinir that th nd was near.
; Kverythina that lvintc hands could
do had been done aril he passed away
to his heavenly home -' i'-f u lly and
i quietly.
' Mr. And.-rson was married in early

life to Mi-- Katherin- Itowlanl of
Italtimor-. Md.. coniinur directly to

; Florida. Alter a f w years they nv.v nv.v-ed
ed nv.v-ed to O. ala. where Mr-. Anderson 1.

Lts: niaht the at
Meth'ilist .-hurc-'i va s

rnon a :i.-t -..-;-m o
me-tinis dee;. -piritua

loir.'j. : tomorrow ctix-tomorro-.v
r.i.ht. S
In teres i for Sunday.

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.-tuff that's called a

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vai.-i t:.a:'- niade of some expen--ive
lac.

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Judae Williams ai;-l
I'yle-, of Ocala. wer- here

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in the intere-t
Fair, to be h-ld
J7, I" an I
.-o(ia?ion of .Mar
arreat .i' tent ion
liv- s.o--k "-xhibi
fiir .romi-s to
in that eour-.ty.
work heir..: d.r.e

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he was Klven the bounce. He hasn't

been In public notice much since. but

the Confederate veterans brought him
forward at Arlington Tuesday.
After former Secretary of the Navy
Hilary A. Herbert had laid the cor cornerstone
nerstone cornerstone and W. J. I'.ryan had pro pronounced
nounced pronounced a dedicatory oratio". laudinv
the dl.rtptlon of sectionalism, the
formal 'program of the day was con concluded.
cluded. concluded. Hut Colonel Herbert, a- mas master
ter master of ceremonies, surprised the throne
of spectators by calling on Corporal
James Tanner, of the Orand Army of
the Republic, for the final word of the
North to the South.
Leaning heavily on his stick. Colonel
Tanner raised his hands, over the
crowd and pleaded for the ultimate
elimination of sectional feeling.
"To you of the younger generation."
he said, turning to the Daughters of
the Confederacy crowded about. "I ap appeal
peal appeal for the establishment of true com

munity of feeling between the North
and South. You can form no concep conception
tion conception of the community of feeling that
exUts between the old 'Johnny Ur-h'
and the old time Yanke."
From the little group of old nun in
faded gray, who swung their tattered
stars and bars over the newly laid
cornerstone, a shrill "rebel yell rose,
and from then on the talk of Corporal
Tanner was punctuated with cheers.
He was interrupted with a round of
applause when he claimed Virginia as
his "graveyard."
"For," he explained, "I was mus mustered
tered mustered out of the Fnion army at the
second Dull Run by Stonewall Jack Jackson's
son's Jackson's artillery," and, resting his stick
against the table before him, the old
soldier waved his trembling hands at

the Southern veterans below.

ao chii'iren who

their union. Iater on he again mar married.
ried. married. His econd wif.' being Miss Liz Lizzie
zie Lizzie I'ooser. cousin to our lamented
fellow townsman. Mr. Frank I'ooser.

Shortly afterwards !,,. moved to Terra
Ceia. where be berime en a aged in the
j grapefruit industry.
! Mr. Anderson united with the M. K.

rhiire'i while u Mi-ala. ami won many

staumh friends by hi-- faithful, con consistent
sistent consistent life, all of whom will mourn
his death. He was held in liiah e-teem
in Terra c.ia by all who knew him.
He ha been superintendent of the
school there for nine years, and was
always ready to relieve suffering hu humanity
manity humanity everywhere. His son. John
l-Mward came in response to a tele telegram,
gram, telegram, and was pre-ent at his death,
with his si-ters. Mrs. J. H. Strunk and
Mrs. ieo. A. Nash. Mrs. Anderson,
who has been quite feeble. was too

1 blessed exhibit of poultrj

been provid
The county
having froti

n o-jnt
N- 'Vr tribe

The fa.r a

on ountv

to agriculture

- t hts year, and t he
e the bet eVeT I i j
Particularly is great j
In string .-nlr.-; t -, t

. .i t.d e,;, have j

e.xn ir.it e hirsts
hi- -ever.il lirie-cow--,
ail of f,n

breeds, and the sto-k i- well a- pr: pr:-d
d pr:-d uc: will be on exhibition .it the fair

Tiie beef cattle int r-! t i v

bevon I expei tatioTiS. an 1 t

gagel in this important inlu.-try will;

compete for premium.- at this meet,
ing with a vim at 1 vigor heretofore
unsurpassed. The women's depart

ment will probably be
attractive feature- of

the ladies of Marion o.it
in t heir dc-.ermin 1 1 ioii
view of thi- depart meii;
worth the price of a i in

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wort V-. :
e.-k or t-v
hair:

TipK-xion
o n e a r t h
'Tset '.

just t-.e proper

c-ost nine times what it is

of

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WHITE RIBBONERS WELCOMED

Good People of Starke Gave the W.
T. I Warm Greet lac

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(Times-Union)

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nperament.
tr.at is lisht.
me delicious

v.-..'nt.
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vanity from mom till

Starke. Nov. 13. Starke has been
entertaining the delegates to the W.
C. T. U. in a most generous fashion,
and tonight, in addition to the dec decorations
orations decorations on nearly every business
place and dwelling on the principal
streets, extra electric lights stretched
across the streets evidenced the genu genuineness
ineness genuineness of the welcome. The first meet-

j-Yer- i 1 ; iui i i tr ; xru v r jii a. cui-

erell. of Tampa. The devotional service
was held later by Mrs. L. G. Atkinson,
of Jacksonville. Ten officers and a
very large number of delegates were
present.
After the routine appointment of

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no -.
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the s

And

t.'iat s a woman.

committees, reports were read from

,the Loyal Temperance Legion and the

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Win

Wind intiate. wit lout cause: 'The enciira irement p-a5n(1 from thp

Io.vih.ir l and an ardent egotist j was increased by the address of the
know.-! more than the' ones who president. Miss Minnie E. Neal. of

here i

se en- I

ie of the most
the fair, and
tity are a unit
to eX'el A
: will well

Ired miles to

-e laws:
th. a mustache

s tha

overcome and prostrated to be able to t"

t ravel.
Another honored citizen. beloved
friend and co-worker has gone from
among us. but to such as he death has
no terrors. It is only to those who
remain that comes the injunction that
we emulate his virtues, and be also
ready for the call to come up higher.
To the sorrowing family we extend our
heartfelt sympathy and condolence in

tills sad hour.
The funeral services were held at
?.::,) o'clock from the residence of Mrs.
(i. A. Na-h on Main street. The pall
bearers, warm friends of the deceased,
were: Messrs. I.. I o.ier. d. T. Liddon,
M. M. Little, f!. W. Martin and S. Tl.
Pyles. Services were conducted by
Kev. J. P.. Ley. Mr. Anderson's former
pastor. assisted by Tte Itunyan

see. Numerous free attractions have
been secured, a midway will be pro provided
vided provided and the people of Citrus coun county
ty county will do well to pay this fair a visit.
A special invitation nas been extended

the peojde of our county, and our

people snouiu taKe advantage oi it.
Inverness Chronicle.

ma le
A set Of t

I"..- ho ll Jer:
sha pe.
A s:ileH of
stale;
Mo-so.ii on
gra pe.
S..tr.e stor;--
turn pal
p ink cigar
A !, ;n g W'.l

to eat.
party who is right.

Who's alway.-

,-otlcelt
And that's

hat -izzle-
chiefes

Jacksonville. She sta d that there

and a fist. ? were now only eleven wet counties In

are padded out of Florida and advanced plans for dry drying
ing drying these. She advocated the collec

tion of dues in January for all the

iyear. doubling subscription lists,
festive school prizes for temperance essays.
: house to house canvasses, each union

organizing another. suggestion of
laws to the legislature, a school for
temperance workers, larger offerings
for state work, influence of women for

the election of pood men to public of of-all
all of-all others wrong, free.

burned tobacco that

tiie nose from

that make modest folk

all day long,
aim is just

ninety-nine per cent

a man. Ex.

Ill ATCTION

SALE OF
KFATl'CKY

HOUSE

P. G. Walilron Will Sell n Carload of
High C'ln-tM Kentucky ItorMen
in Ocalu
Mr. F. G. Waldron will sell a car carload
load carload of high class Kentucky horses
in Ocala. coming d'rect from the
breeding farms. They are all thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly broken and ready f t immedi immediate
ate immediate use, anion? which can be found
a number of good farm teams, farm
mares and general purpose hor-es, as
well as some good and useful livery,
saddle and road horses. In fact, there
will be some of all sizes to select

is Vs richer than butter

Mrs. Mabel Hilbish Stevens conduct conducted
ed conducted the closing devotional exercises,
asking, "are you satisfied with your
life?"
The afternoon was taken up with
reports, music and an account of ad advance
vance advance of non-alcoholic medicine.
The evening service was given over

largely to the local Loyal Temperance :
Legion, organized and trained by Mrs. j
A. H. Freeman, the devotional exer-

cises being conducted by Rev. C. W.
Mathison. During the exercises the
young people gave quotations from

T fy. f oKln many noted men concerning the use of
vwOaO!(:r lo HOt IOr lapie alohol anJ its evil eKects, presented

U3C, Out K V:1 IPC CeSl COOKing a flower mission study.

- -t nA cnorus ana a recitation.

solo and

li:t :cr la

Stephens of the P.aptist church. The fr0m. They can be seen and driven by
hymns were beautifully rendered by an intending buyers. Exchanges or
Mrs. T. H. Johnson, Mrs. V. A. Goin. private sales can be arranged any
Mr. Albert Gerig and Dr. L. F. P.la- time before the auction sale opens,
lock. Mclver .V MacKay had charge j.;very horse must and shall be sold
of the arrangements. Interment was without reserve to the highest bil-

f-.-hro-u!
1 J

'SMy v.

Mill

r-'A yon arc pay pay-.
. pay-. as much as
secure the same
Coltolene.

made in Greenwood.

t

ALWAYS TO HE OPEN
PresWetit-elect Woodrow Wils
proposes,, to kep the door to his p

vate offleIn the White House alwa

open ntl Accessible to the public.
Gonbr Wilson said lie decided

malnUUn. .af ax, sls- possible the

door" noJlfty which he inaugurated at

TrenTOnlr during his term as governor
he has Insisted that the door to his
private office never be closed while he
is in.
"Are you going to keep the open
door at Washington, too?" he was
asked.
"I hope so," he replied. "I don't
know" "what the arrangements are in
the White House, but I intend to do so
as far as possible."
His idea is that the executive of a
state or nation should have no "lock

ed door" conferences or transact any
business In his private office that the
public, could not actually see if they
cared 'to.
"Stn X.'flr.4.tr took office as gover-nor,'-ii
-ftiUJ,. "I -was surprised at the
nurr4j8Jf of people who wanted to talk
to me fcehtnd the back of the people
andqjf whJiper."
The v-ernor has never been in the
executive .offices in Washington, but
one of the correspondents drew for
him a diagram of its interior, indicat indicating
ing indicating that there were two doors to the
left entrance which if left open, would
carry out the idea of giving the pub public
lic public a' view of who is talking to the
president in his office. The future
president will depend upon the secret
service men of course, to keep out
cranks and will have a system of ap appointments,
pointments, appointments, but the custom as observ observed
ed observed in Trenton has been that between
appointments the governor is "in" to
everybody.

Mlt. .1. .1. ESTEIIMG

The sad news has been received here

of the deatti of Mrs. J. J. Easterling
at Montezuma. JUa. Mrs. Easterling
was about 67 eaj-4jlil. and one of the
most beloved fcf thy women of Monte Montezuma.
zuma. Montezuma. She was a 'sister of Mrs. J. A.
Walters of this city, who went to
Montezuma to help nurse her three

Pen Vweeks ago n1 remained with her to

the end.

der.
Tuesday, November 19th. at J. D.
McDuffy's stables. Ocala. The auction
sale starts promptly at 1 p. m.. rain
or slu'ne.

E X V E I.I.E T O PER VTT

First and foremost among Florida
democrats. Frank Harris, of Ocala,
ought to be recognized. He was a
democrat before many of us were
born and lie stood for sound and sen sensible
sible sensible declarations in the Haiti more
platform, which lie helped to write.
Tampa Tribune.

An awful tragedy occurred on a
Pennsylvania railroad train between
Philadelphia and New York yesterday,
when Miss Gladys Myers, a hysterical
girl of Greenburg. Pa.. mistook her
mother for a robber and shot her. in inflicting
flicting inflicting a mortal wound.

, My Home Talent at the Temple Friday,
December 20
On the evening of Friday, Dec. -0,
at the Temple Theater. a beautiful;
operetta. "Snowwhite." by Root, will
j be rendered by some of Ocala's good
! musical talent, assisted by forty or
more dear little fairies, Ocala's own
pretty little tots, and there is no place
where there are prettier, sweeter lit little
tle little children. This attractive operetta
i will be given by Mrs. A. S. Ellis, under
. the auspices of the Woman's Club.
The following is the active commit-
; tee: Mrs. Green, chairman: Mrs. G. T.
Maughs, associate chairman, and Me.?-
i dames Howard. Hampton. Tucker.
.George Martin, Zewadski. Frank, A. E.
P.urnett. U. L. Anderson. Carroll. Mote.
.P.unyan Stephens. Wetherbee, Strunk.

, W. A. Knight. Todd and W
i Remember. Friday. Dec. 20.

Temple Theater.

The Jitres of the uvpnln? hv- Airs 1

. , . ... . .-o. i

presentation or the enect or drink upon
physical, mental and spiritual life.
She spoke of the value of life and the
efforts being made today to preserve
it: the destructive power of drink, and
stated that yearly about five thousand

, . f. babes are killed by drunken fathers
iCr pOlii! Oi GCOnOITiy and mothers. She plead for a study of
:Af' 0tc! il1 ll-G One- the laws lse an1 health and the
. . w w smiting of the licensed saloon which
tl .:r;I iss than you would of spoils nfe. Times-union.

bult- r or lard.
Cf'clene is a clean, pure
c reduce, and makes whole-

A MIG AUCTION IX HASTINGS

The hustling city of Hastings has

taken on itself the responsibility of

some neaitiiiui, Gigesuijie iauncnins a oi ew business m tms
r i state, a business the like of which has

IOOG, oecause
it is a vegeta

ble and not an

IM .1

animal fat : filj
Co.tol.ne is never tli

mm

Ritciiie.
at the

I

Civil

Oscar "W. Underwood, the democratic
floor leader of the House, wants a spe special
cial special session of Congress to settle the
tariff. What is the matter with the
level-headed Oscar taking the lead in
a tariff bill to be known by his name?
The Star opines that it would be the
best prepared yet, and wouldn't be
massacred In the house of its friends
as the last democratic tariff was.

Russia is safeguarding the interests
of the United States at Constantinople,
awaiting the arrival of the American
cruisers Tennessee and Montana, which
are racing with each other across the
Atlantic, and can't reach the Bos Bos-phorus
phorus Bos-phorus before Nov. 23. Considering our
treatment of Russia during the Russo Russo-Japanese
Japanese Russo-Japanese war, this is putting coals
of fire on our heads.

The Star hopes the newspaper pic pictures
tures pictures of Sir Arthur Spring-Rice, who
will succeed Bryce as ambassador to
the United States, do him injustice.
They make h'm look like an exces excessively
sively excessively silly sissy.

All the powers willlbe fools if they
allow the Turks, or iniy other single
nation to control tlA Bosphorus and
the Dardanelles. Tlese straits should

be free to the commerce of the world

and no forts should menace them.

Looks like the fall crop of dreadful
train Svrecks is being gathered. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen lives were lost in a collision on
theC.' H. & D.. in the suburbs of In Indianapolis,
dianapolis, Indianapolis, Thursday.

Captain John R. Slattery. the gov government
ernment government engineer of Jacksonville, so
well known n Ocala and along the

Oklawaha, has been
rank of major.

promoted to the

The Jacksonville street car strike is
definitely over and most of the strik strikers
ers strikers have gone back to work. The
strikers have behaved themselves very
well and kept the respect and sympa sympathy
thy sympathy of the public. It does not appear
that any of them had anything to do
with the rioting, and if the sheriff had
sworn in a hundred of them as dep deputies
uties deputies when the strike began he could
have preserved order without putting
the state to the immense expense of
calling out troops.

A number of strike-breakers are
under arrest in Jacksonville, accused
of smashing car windows and making
a disturbance in order to create a
prejudice against the strikers. These
are some of their favorite tactics.

suits for the recovery of real ITCHING, I'lllRV, n W KfZKM 1

estate valued at $3,000,000 and held by
"owners for many years" are being j

prepared for filing by an Atlanta at-
torney on behalf of Mrs. E. R. Gunby, j

of Tampa, who is a daughter of the 1

late Mrs. Clark Howell. Sr., of Atlanta.

RELIEVED IX FEW MIX PTE
Yes. an itching, burning, raw.' Irri Irritated
tated Irritated skin relieved the moment Zemo
touches it. Zemo is a clean, soothing.

i healing wash, composed of thymol.

glycerine, witch l).azel. boric acid and
Dr. Frank A. Jones of Memphis, other medicinal healing properties.
Tenn.. was elected president of the.Zemo relieves and cures every form
Southern Medical Association at Jack- of sfcin and scalp eruption, and if you
sonville yesterday, and the next meet-!are not entirely satisfied with results
ing will be held at Lexington. Ky. I from the very first 2-"-cent bottle.
druggists will refund your money.
A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat- irge size bottle $1. Endorsed and
ing shotgun, just the tiling for ladies j som jn cicala by the Court Pharmacy,
use. at I!. Goldman's. Why Pay yAmo i r.reo.ire.l hv C V rtoe Me.l-

sold in bulk al- t"

ways in air-tight L'fcggr?!
tin cails. which pro- j:

tect it from dirt,
dust and odors. It
is always uniform
and dependable.

THE N. K- FAIRBANK COMPANY

More? Ad.

ll-'3-d3t

TEH THEATRE

icine Co.. St. Louis. Mo.. and their
guarantee is as good as gold. Ad.

Friday, Nov. 15

MR. BERT
LEE(EIHI
And His Own Company in
THE MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS

FROM
Broadway
By Geo. M. Cohan

45

Don C. Livingston, formerly a well
known conductor of the A. C. L, but
of late a merchant at Chubb, near
Lakeland, was killed by his wife Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon. He was trying to
kill her at the time and the coroner's
jury acquitted her. Livingston was
well known in Ocala. one of his runs
taking him thru here.

never been attempted in this part of
the east before.
On Saturday, the 16th, a new com company
pany company by the name of The Exchange &
; Auction Company, will offer to the
highest bidder many mules, horses,
farming implements, wagons and bug buggies,
gies, buggies, many hundred head of chickens,
all sorts of tools, household goods of
all descriptions, being a general or
combination sale. This company has
large buildings, sheds and stock yards
in which to contain its stock for sale.
Carloads of goods are solicited all over
the state to go in this sale, which will
be conducted by an expert auctioneer.
While the goods are in stock awaiting
the sale anyone can exchange or
trade for what they want, but the sale
is to be held at least once a month.
This company aims to make this
. point a big trading place and to have
good stock in trade to offer the people.
They will sell anything from a tooth tooth-.pick
.pick tooth-.pick to a steam engine. The public
will be able to find any article wanted
'at the sale and at their own price, for
everything will be sold. The auction
will be conducted as they are in the
West. From present indications a big
crowd is going to be in attendance and
the carloads of horses, mules, cows and
chickens and a great quantity of other
eoods will be sold rapidly.
This is a new and big business ven venture
ture venture and no doubt will be highly suc successful
cessful successful as hundreds of our new set set-i
i set-i tiers can attend this sale and others
! like it and stock their farms complete complete-i
i complete-i ly at a very low cost for thousands of
J dollars worth of valuable property
' will be sold at a sacrifice. The public
I will do well to attend this first sale
,and profit by the privilege to buy any anything
thing anything at their own price.

The very acme of quality In
ROASTS TOULTRY
ciiors BACONS
SAUSAGE BOLOGNA
STEAKS HAMS

is always to be had here where qual- :
ity and close prices go hand in hand. por rheumatic pains or neuralgia,

We will convince you that this is thejrub the parts affected with DARBY'S
market for you to patronize if you will PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It penetrates

the flesh and relieves pain. For sore
throat, gargle with the fluid diluted

but grant us the trial. Phone 108.

w. ii. maiish, rnai'iiiKTOR
FOimnitLY EDWiUDS' MARKF-"

VK WILL MAIL YOU $f
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches. P.roken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
mail.
Phlln. Smelting & HePIuIng Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
NKt t'hetuut tt.. Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTIST!
We will buy your Goiu Fillinus.
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad

Is your husband cross? An irritable,
fault finding disposition is often due
to a disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
natured. A great many have been per permanently
manently permanently cured of stomach trouble by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.

4s M ...

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with water. For flesh wounds, burns,
scalds, or sores, apply it direct to the
wound. It heals quickly. For a
cramp, colic or dysentery take it In Internally
ternally Internally in water. Price 50 cents per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.

It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
best cough medicine I have ever used,"
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavon Lavon-ia.
ia. Lavon-ia. Fa. "I have used it with all my
children and the results have been
highly satisfactory." For sale by all
dealers. Ad.

It. E. YOXGE AGAIN IN
TI1E PLUMBING BUSINESS

FIRE WOOD
I have opened a wood yard near Dr

Honey's residence, where I have a i
large stock of fireplace and stove wood j
in pine and oak, all of which is well j
seasoned. One dollar for a big load.
delivered promptly to any part of the i
city.
I also operate a hack service. Phone j
your orders for a first class carriage 1
with white drivers. Phone 456. j
J. A. MANNING.

R. E Yonge & Co. are again in the

I plumbing business at No. 43 Osceola
j street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has
i gone out of the business. All plumbing

j Phone 26. Respectfully,
! Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.

MULE FOR SALE

I

A KIOTO "tlUSlC, FUN, PRETTY
GIRLS, EXQUISITE COSTUME
COLORS AND ENJOYMENT-

j We have just received an excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally fine carload of western mules.
lalso a carload of Taylor-aCnr.ady
I buggies: none better. We can s-.-Il
the stock and vehicles lower than you'
can get them for elsewhere. Call at
.our barns on West Exposition street.
: Harrell-Johnson & Co..
I ll-11416tdltw Oeali, Fla.

VK CAN SUPPL1 YOU WITH

PUKE ici:

For All Pu

I lequi foments are for Home Lse
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA K'K & PACKING CO.
OCALA J FLORIDA
FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTERN
Beef, Pork and Mutton
FRESH
APALACHICOLA OYSTERS
Fresh and Salt Wafer
FISH
Received Every Day

"There could be no better medicine
ithan Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My
'children were all sick with whooping
cough. One of them was in bed, had
'a high fever and was coughing up
Mood. Our doctor gave them Cham Cham-berlaln's
berlaln's Cham-berlaln's Cough Remedy and the first
;do-e ea?ed them, and three bottles
! cured them." says Mrs. R. A. Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
jail dealers. Ad.

A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat repeating
ing repeating shotgun, just the thing for ladies'
uf, at P. Goldman's. Why Pay
More? Ad. Il-15-d3t

A Mitchell, a general merchant r.ear

PORTO RICO'S MEW WODER
From far away Porto Rico come re reports
ports reports of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce Barce-loneta.
loneta. Barce-loneta. writes: "Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is doing splendid work here. It

3

GEORGEOUS SETTINGS
OF SCENE SPLENDOR

3

j Eagdad. Ky., writes us:
ley Kidney Pill? or.t
j kidney medicines there
I ter was :n terrible sha
i trouble and I got her t

-I think Fo Fo-f
f Fo-f the greatest
is. My daugh daugh-e
e daugh-e with kidney
take ::. she

COMPANY OF 30

lis completely cured now. I think it
lone of the greatest meiicires made."
: Sold at Anti-Monopoly Drug-tore. i.

Rub-My-T;sm will cure y .'.i. Ad.

. c a c Ac e-1"1 me about five tlmej of terrible
Prompt SerVlCe, UOOa UOOUS coush3 Snd cold?, also my brother of a

and Reasonable Prices
HENRY HOLLAND
Phone 351 Stall No.
City Market

severe cold in his chest and more than
20 others, who used It on my advice,
j We hope this great medicine will be
Isold In every drugstore In Porto Rico."
j For throat and lung troubles it has no

e-'iual. A trial will convince you of Its
merit. 50c and 51. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Ad.

A IAW OF ECONOMY

Spending money is like auy other habit, it is cul cultivated
tivated cultivated and follows the course of least resistance.
A dollar in your pocket will disappear much
easier and quicker than if deposited in a bank.
A bank account will help you "get ahead1 what whatever
ever whatever your business or calling may be; it will help you
to spend less than you make, and the surplus will add
to your security and comfort.
We are thoroughly equipped in every department
for handling your business.

THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BAM
Ocala, Florida

LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
You will Surely Find Something that you
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, are
JUST IN, and will be found Fresh and Fine

4

Full Cream Edam Cheese in tins
French Roquefort Cheese in tndividusl Jars
French Roquefort Cheese in large jars

Chester
Brie
Camembert
German Camembert
Brie
Roquefort
Bierkase
Butch (Vazet)

Switzerland Sap Sago'
Italy Grt. Parmasan

tins

American Club

4

Pimento

4

44

44

44

44

cakes each
large bottles
small
ars
large

small

44

44

44

4

4

4

44

50c
20c
35c
35c
35c
35c
5Cc
50c
50c
50c
40c
10c
25c
15c
15c
25c
15c
15c
10c
10c
20c
$1.25
$1.00
75c
50c
35c
25c
25c
25c
25c

" Philadelphia Cream Cheese in jars
" Wehh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil.
Sheffords Snappy Cheese in fin foil
Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen
Pate de Foie Gras, with Truffles, large jars
" small
Truffes Brossees in large bottles
" small
Boneless Anchovies in oil
Puree of Partridge with Truffles per fin

" Venison
Quail
Pure de Foie Gras

The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Alt', 20c bottle, per dozen $1.90
Knorr's Consomme Cubes 3c
Soup Tablets 10c
Japanese Preserved Jinqer, small pots 30c
large 60c
Beckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quarts
(0). II top4 (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida

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AOSE FAKM

FOR SMILE

v, A First Class, 50 Acre Farm, Close to Ocala,
Will be Sold Cheap. All Implements, Cows and

Horses. A Big Bargain for Some one.
SEE US AT ONCE, IF INTERESTED

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Flimcaster & Bell

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Ocala Board oi Trade Rooms

f OCALA .... FLORIDA
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F. E. McCLAXE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE

Ocala, Florida

PHONES:

OFFICE:

Office, 333. Bulte 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Square
ote Call made r p-fal appof at meat. $prlal Or mil, frlaary Cllale
after 7 p. at. earv day.

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OCXLA EVEMNG STAR, FRIDAY", NOVEMBER 15, 1912

6 Extracts From, a Mary
The Invitation
"Last week I told a close friend that I would save about ten dol dollars
lars dollars from my wages this month. Yesterday he came to me to see if I
would loan him five dollars. He has another job at better wages, but did
not have enough money to buy his r ailroad ticket, after paying all he
owed. He promised to send it to me first pay day so I let him have it.
"I saw this advertisement in the paper today:
WE INVITE YOU
Would it not be an Immense advantage, in event of illness, or ac accident,
cident, accident, or any other cause whereby you should require a sum of ready
money to be able to call for the amount at a bank? We invite you to
come to the Commercial Bank and open an account with II or more.
We pay four per cent interest on savings.
"I am going to make some inquiry about a savings account."
THE WAY TO SAVE-IIAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 34.

AVAXT DR. WALTER TO
REPRESENT THEIR WARD

North Ocala is
and improving

certainly growing

.Miss Vic Raysor went to Lowell
this afternoon for a few days visit.

FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building".
ing". building". Apply to Davis & Martin.

A full line of enameled ware and
flower pots at a barg-ain at the Ocala
Heed Store. Ad.

Phone the Court Pharmacy for uick
and accurate prescription service.
Telephone 284. Ad.

White Pine and Tar Couh .Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.

22 gpp

AMimiiiiitiOJi i
BANG BINS BANGl I
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Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
Genu's Dru Stores at 23c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.

When you've had the doctor, you
need us. Phones. 20 and 27:. Gerig's
Dru- Stores. Ad.

fJ?. yive your ft
1 'a r 1 . r. Ad.

Kasv on vuur pocketbook, but we

-et "fits." Little's Shoe

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g--4j Couk Syrup

Stop cou&;hin by usinj? Cherry Bark

Sold only at the Iiexall

Stores. Ad.

Miss Sallie Spurlin, after a pleasant
visit to Miss I,ovie Rainey. returned to
lier Lake Weir home this afternoon.

Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. .23c. at both Gerig'.s Drug
Stores. Ad.

To If -ctor J V. Hod: We. the un un-lersigned
lersigned un-lersigned citizens and voters of the
second ward of the city of Ocala, Fla..
hereby respectfully petition you to
become a candidate for member of the
city council from the second ward of
the city of Ocala, and hereby pledge
you our support at the coming city
election.
Louis R. Chazal, R. A. Burford, G. W.
Martin. G. F. Williams. Wm. Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. T. T. Munroe. A. E. Gerig, R. M.
Curtis, L F. Ballard. II. A. Waterman.
C. Carmichael. A. E. Burnett. J. H.
Workman, T. J. Killebrew, Jr.. A. J.
Brigance. J. Y. Conn, Charles Peyser.
J. J. Gerig. David S. Wood row. R. R.
Carroll, K. E. Robinson. George F.
Mershon. Dr. D. M. Smith. H. W. Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, A. J. Beck, C. Rheinauer. J. H.
Strunk. B. Rheinauer, Isaac Stevens.
M. C. Landers, J. B. Carlisle. C. E. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, H. B. Clarkson, O. C. Tignor, E. J.
Crook, Jas. B. Carlisle. J. T. Lancaster.
J. C. Caldwell. J. R. Dewey. W. T.
Gary. F. E. McClane. L II. von Engel Engel-ken.
ken. Engel-ken. C. W. Hunter. J. R. Moorhead, J.
M. Goddard, Z. C. Chambliss. T. E.
Bridges, J. E. Chace. D. W. Davis,

Stephen Jewett. B. F. Conden. Leonard j

Dozier. J. S. Williams. .1. M. Meffert.
M. R. Williams, J. H. Benjamin, A. S.
Clark, E. L. Stapp. Clarence Camp.
I. II. Livingston. R. S. Hall. T. W.
Troxler, S. P. Hollinrake. C. II. Llovd.

PLEASED LAKELAND PEOPLE

AFTER FRESH I. IREI.S

The membt-rs of the Ocala football
team leave on the early A. C. L train
tomorrow morning for Jacksonville,
where they will contest for supremacy
with their former opponents, the Du Duval
val Duval High School boys. The Ocala boys
have been working diligently at their
training this week. and have high
hopes uf victory. Several of their
friends will go with them, and the en entire
tire entire city hopes to hear of their success.

Mil. IIOMI IV III SINKS

WHAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
good sport.
We are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.

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very sick, is able to be up again,
though not yet able to leave her room.

Like every one else who has worked

Mr. R. W. Ervin of Crystal River, a I 'or others for many yars. Mr. M. C.
form.r Marion county citizen and now Dosh, who has had charge of the
engaged in the fish and oyster busi- J painting and paperhanging department
ness at that place, was in town today. at Mclver & MacKay's for some years.
desired to enter business for himself.

For quick signs painted while you Seeing a good opening at the city!

wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat-1 market. Mr. Dosh leased the stall. No.
ing Co. Lave orders same old j formerly occupied by Mr. Howe, and
stand. Ad. has been busy for the past ten days
i getting it in shape to open up his

Fort-fie -tnute from Broadway
Prt .. an Excellent Play
Kenne'v Hull, managers of the
New Auditorium at Lakeland, write as
follows to the Star regarding ..Forty ..Forty-Five
Five ..Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway." which
will appear at the Temple this eve evening:
ning: evening: "Owing to the fact that Geo. M.
Cohan's celebrated musical comedy,
"Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway,"
will soon appear in your city, we take
the liberty of stating to your readers
that this is one of the best companies
touring Florida this season. They
played at our auditorium last night to
a good audience and all were well
pleased with the production. Mr. Co Cohan
han Cohan made a great hit in writing this
play and Mr. Bert Leigh in the leading
role acts his part creditable to the
actors on Broadway, while Miss Bur Burgess
gess Burgess is charming in the leading lady's
part. You can safely recommend this
play to your readers as being one of
the best on the road. They carry a
large amount of special scenery: in
fact, all three acts are made up of
scenery made special for this produc production
tion production and none of the opera house ma material
terial material is used whatever. The play is
realistic, and the electrical effects add
much to the attractiveness of the performance."

PIC TI RKS AT TIIK TKIPI.K
TOMORROW EVEMVC;

High class licensed pictures, fine
musie by a professional four-piece or orchestra
chestra orchestra will make up a fine program
for the opening of the Temple Theater
tomorrow night, under the manage management
ment management of Mr. C. Green. Doors open at
6:45. Prices. Ti-10 cents. Amateur
night next Friday.

MlTU i: TO THE 11 III. IC

At their recent meet ing. the mem members
bers members of Tulula Lodge gave Mr. Leon
Fisliel tlie initiatory degree in Odd

' Fellowship.

A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat-

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-.iing' shotgun, iust the tiling for ladies'

use. at J5. uoldmans. Why ray

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If our shoes wear well, tell vour

Y friends. If they don't, tell us. We
5 want you to be satisfied. Little's Shoe

Parlor. Ad

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Look at our line of box stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.

If you wlh to reduce the eot of

2 I lit tmv. unlriknli t h Pur frfttftil llitnl

Stall in the elty market. Stall No. :t.

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Ocala, Florida
? Ir Thsrixp I'lnetl ..f iimv Citv T:i

!:"X"X.:"X XXXXXX: j ., a s located in Ocala for the practice

of osteopathy, at room No. 31. Holder
block, would be pleased to meet the
ladies of this city who are interested
along this line of thought.

To My Friends and the Public: I
wish to announce that I will open to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning, at the city market.
The Pure Food Meat Stall, and I will
endeavor to supply you with the
choicest of Florida and western meats,
fish, poultry and Apalachicola and Mo Mobile
bile Mobile Bay oysters, at the very lowest
prices possible. Prompt delivery and
courteous treatment. A liberal share
of your patronags will be appreciated.
Respectfully.
M. C. Dosh.
Stall No. 5. Phone 471.

HANDLING YOUR MONEY
Don't get the habit of 4 caring for it" yourself that is
dangerous. Better deposit it with us, where it is Fafe
and protected by
SUBSTANTIAL ASSETS.
We are a responsible financial concern, doing business
on the most conservative and safe lines, but absolutely
reliable in every way.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FULLY PAID 7MM
tl Vt)K. Cj)1t.
J"0 L EDWARDS. Pra CUP.KNCE CAMP. Vl. P.

Mo & (Go
SatiDirday,

and Tiesiay's

Monday.

SALE

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market business.
The new market, which will be call called
ed called the Pure Food Meat Stall, will be
opened in the morning by Mr. Dosh
with a choice stock of beef and pork,
fish and oysters. Mr. Dosh has made
the place as neat as a pin. It is paint painted
ed painted snow white, with the exception of
the huge refrigerator, which Is large
enough to hold several tons of meat,
which he has finished in mahogany.

The fixtures are neat and ample and i

the place is thoroughly screened in
from flies. Mr. Dosli will have a skill skilled
ed skilled butcher to assist him but will give
the management of the business his
own personal care and will see that
the public gets as near an ideal ser service
vice service as he can give with good, whole wholesome
some wholesome meats, fish and oysters, at reas reasonable
onable reasonable prices.

ELEjftAXT IXSTRl'MEXT

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

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

Mr. II. Hall has purchased a
handsome $7o0 player piano from Mr.
A. M. Lansford for the Harrington
Hall hotel.

We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

Am nr employ none lnt fperl ire nre In ponltlnn to toinrnntee ev every
ery every l'ce of work we foiixtriict lo Mlauil I lie Innpretlon of the nionf
rluid liiMiet'torM. II coxi uoihlr.g to gel our figure, nntl yon nre the
v Inner, whether ve Necure the rontrnrt or not. Give im trlnl.
M. W. TUCKER

FOUT W:fJ IILOCK

OCALA, F1.0KI

For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
Arkansas Chin & Fever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydlngs & Co. Ad.

Little's shoes for school are the best
for they "fit and benefit." Terms cash.
We sell "shoes," not "time." Little's

Shoe Parlor.

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THE FLORIDA
CENTRAL LAND CO,
DEVELOPER OF
. NORTH OCALA

WANTED AT ONCE
Twentyfive men to do develop development
ment development work in North Ocala, Sub Subdivision.
division. Subdivision. Apply to the office of
the Company, two doors north

of Harrington Hall.

FOR RENT OR SALE On easy
term., a nine-room house with all
modern Improvements. In the best lo location.
cation. location. 129 South Third street, Mrs. C.
J. Phillips. Ad. ll-12-6t

Mr. C. X. Hampton of Martel was in
town today. He is holding for Its

owner a handsome youner Scotch
lie. which was p"ut off Sunnyjim
other mornincr.

col-the

Terkeween Oil, the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For

rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in
back or sides and all other aches
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co.-

the
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y urigance went oUt to the swamp
V along Silver Springs run earlv this

morning a n yLAJ' rn e u in lime iur idle
breakfast, bringing two fine, fat tur turkey
key turkey gobblers, which they brought
down while on the wing.

The members of the "Forty-Frve
Minutes from P.roadway" company,
who will present their play at the
Temple tonight, came in this afternoon
and registered at the Ocala House and
other hotels. They are a bright and
capable looking bunch, and the young
ladies are quite pretty. From every
place in the state where they have
played comes praise of their work.

The Agatheridan Society held its
regular meeting Friday. Nov. 15, 1912.
After the minutes of the preceding
meeting had been read and approved,
the following program was rendered:
Subject. Switzerland.
Song, by school.
Essay. Rise of the Swiss Republic
Cecil McLeod.
Oral story. William Tell Anna
P.elle Allen.
Essay. Interlaken Robert Clarkson.
Recitation. Sunset at Interlaken
Lois Davis.
Essay. The Swiss Guards Hugh
Geiger.
Story. The Devil's P.ridge on St.
Gotthart's Pass Marian Dewey.
Essay, Rrothers of St. Bernard
George Davis.
Oration, Switzerland Scenery Alfred
Green.
Essay. Geneva Olaf Zewadski.
Piano solo.
Debate: Resolved. That the Ralkan

states are justified in making war on
Turkey. Affirmative. Roy Xixon. Ma Mamie
mie Mamie Sheppard: negative. Robert Con Connor.
nor. Connor. Gladys Wallis.
Paper Eleanor Xixon.
The judges. Miss Bartlett, Marian
Dewey and Pat Anderson, decided in
favor of the affirmative.
After the reports of the critics, the
society djourned.
DR. V. K. LATO

Specialist Rye, Ear, Xone and Throat
Office, Law Library Bidg, Ocala. Ad.

OPEX DAY AND XIGIIT

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches "t
my hour. Ad.

WEATIIEH REPORT

Partly clouds, southeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 57 degrees.
Maximum temperature. 77 degrees.
Average. 65 degrees.

THIS

WEATHER FORECAST

Fair north, local rains south portion
tonight or Saturday, colder tonight
south portion, probably light frost to tonight
night tonight north and central portions.

This event is the most touching of the
season. Everybody realizes these
many bargains, as there is nothing
mentioned but real necessities in
this space. You can realize that
we are giving some great values and

it will pay you to investigate our
prices before you make your pur purchases
chases purchases elsewhere.
WE ARE ONLY MENTIONING A FEW PRICES:

Lsdies Sweaters, ranging in price from CI iA and

Colors, White. Red and Blue

$1.49

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25 Yards 27 inch Sheeting, worth $1.50. Sale
Price

98c

10 Yards 36 inch Bleaching, worth $1.50. Sale
Price

98c

10 Yards 39 inch Seaisland Sheeting, worth $1.50
Sale Price

98c

Saturday and Monday Sale on Colored Curtain
Goods. Prices ranging from

9c

and
up

Men's Sweaters, ranging in price irom

S1.23

and
np

Men's Underwear, ranging in price from

72r and
Lvi np

Men's Neckwear, ranging in price from

17c as;

Ladies ard Misses Low Keel High Boots in
White, wortti $2.50. Sale price

$1.98

Ladies' and Misses Medium Heel Boots, in White,

worth $2.50. Sale price

$1.98

Ladies' High Bed Boots, White, worth $3.00. Sale
price

$2.29

Among those who went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville today to witness the football
game were: Messrs. I. T. Adams. Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Cleveland. Kmanuel Martin, Grover
McClure. Kdwin Spencer. Jr., Bradford
Williams. Krnest Colby. Mr. and Mrs.
James Taylor and Mr. Hoy Cappleman.
of Gainesville, who had been in Ocala.
returned to be present at the game.

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X a standstill.

.jboth repairs and communication were
y, scarce, and so it was 10:30 before the
t, i train reached Ocala. it being neces neces-.;sary
.;sary neces-.;sary to send to High Springs for an an-j
j an-j i other engine. It was 12:1." before the
; train finally left Ocala.

As Xo. 10 of the A. C. L. was com coming
ing coming along at a lively clip north of
Candler about 5:30 this morning, a
small steampipe on the engine burst

minutes the train was at
Peing out in the woods,

BELONGS TO THE

Situ"

5:

The Arabs are famed for their hos-

itallty if a man once oomes beneath

jjan Arab's roof, he is an honored guest
y! but the Ocala Hoard of Trade has

. ;the Arabs beaten several blocks. At

Wednesday night's meeting, a strang stranger
er stranger walked in- took a back seat and at
once sank Into peaceful slumber. He
had accumulated a three-story jag.
but this had tot blinded him to the
fact that the fratht-ring was composed
of distinguished and honorable-looking
men. and he trusted his destinies
to them with implicit faith. He was
not deceived, for after the meeting
they took him to the hotel and gave
the waiter a tip to put him to bed.

A1-1AS

HELP WANTED

WANTED Young single man of ex

perience to run small commissary. Also
bookkeeper and stenographer. Married
man preferred. Both must be strictly

sober. Nathan Mayo, Summerneld, Fla.

OCAL.A LODGE XO. 2S0, 13. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and

Protective Order of Elks, meets the

second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always

welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.

Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.

FOK RENT

FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 29 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
FOR RENT Nine-room house, three
blocks from postofnee. Apply to T.

C. Thomsen. postoffiee, or 31 N. 3rd

street. West. 11-15

Remember that we have something special on
sale every Saturday and Monday. When In our
store we would like lor you to teel at home.

OCALA FLORIDA

A Hew Re

or indigestion

lets Country Wide Endorsement

FOR SATE
PIANO FOR SALE Good Instru Instrument
ment Instrument at a bargain. Apply to E. P
Pittman.
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This outfit is almost
new and cost $430. but we offer it for
$150 spot cash. The Success Furniture

FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A

motorcycle. Apply to E 15, Anthony.

The new ro-r.dy for Indigestion call called
ed called "D;sreitif '"ts bfn found a er er-tn
tn er-tn quir-!; r'Mrf and pfrmiiient rem remedy
edy remedy for s.':':?rh disc: drs. Letters
ft on ti o. ;-..: i h had s:fferel the
torture f i: f'-e on and ret relief

? r l);,:f-tit are evidence
The e::orn,.f);:s increase
t,rTj evrry pa it of fb

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Silntosh. Mo-Silntosh. The report of another lynch

ing there last night was unfounded.
The girl and boy accused of being ac-

j complices of Priest are yet held.

The body of Niles. the rufnan who

his fate at the hands of the

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X lynchers yesterday afternoon. was
A j taken charge of by the county, and at
Y the request of the sheriff. Mr. E. C.
V 5mlth tint 1t In a roffin and burial If

.;;;jin the north side cemetery.

Co.

A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat repeating
ing repeating shotgun, just the thing for ladies'
use. at B. Goldman's. Why Pay
More? Ad. Il-15-d3t

fior tl e
of its iT-e i"
in A i a d
country i-j -you
do rot

f.r.f of popularity. Hut
Lave to take anybody's

I s-.ord for it try it yourself on an abso-
lute guarantee, get a package and If
you don't get relief you can get your
;r;o: y back for the asking. Brown'a
Digest it is a little tablet easy to twal twal-le
le twal-le v and absolutely harmless. It digests
all the food, prevents fermentation,
tiop3 tas formation, prevents stomach
distrprs after eatins;. aldfc aseimll
tion. "r. relieves indigestion lnstantl?.
I SOLI) BY THE COURT PHARMACY

WINID)IR MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST

OIXIE MORDIS' MARKET OPEX

The market formerly Known as the
Ollie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
band a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dtaler in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia

AND

Tl-jntsville. Ala. W. C. Tollard. a

well known citizen says: "I have j

USevl f 0e nunc; n- -... ..
and found it a most excellent prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. In fact, it suits my case better
than any cough syrup I have ever used
and I have used a good many, for I am
now over seventy years old." Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

FLORIDA'S LARGEST Hi BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
THE HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE

RATES

European Plan 1.50 per Day and Uq-Ward
A. F. WILSON. Ass't Mgr. TH0S. M. WILSON. Prop, and Ugr.
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By THOMAS DIXON

Copyright. 1911, by Thomas
Dixon

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We have on hand several Thousand Dol Dollars'
lars' Dollars' Worth of Unredeemed Pledges
which we are offering at very
Low Prices. Among these are
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry
of Every Description,

Guns, Revolvers, Pistols, Trunks,

Alligator Bags and Suit Gases, Musical
Instruments of all Kinds, Tools for

all Trades.

Shot

If You Are In Need of Money
Don't hesitate to call on us, as all of our
Business is Strictly Confidential.

OCALA PAWN

HOP

Mm AUCTION SALE
25 CHOICE KENTUCKY MORSES 25
At J. D. McDuffy's Stables, Ocala, Fla,
TUESDAY, MOV. IJMHtn.

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This will be tlie grand rollection 'llili las Knitui k.v llrc" roiiiinu diiv t liuin the hreeding
farim. They are thoroughly broken and ready for immediate iw. Among them tan be found a number of
good farm teams, farm mares and general uioe horses. .ls oine good, useful livery, saddle and road
horses; li fuct, there will be some of all sizes to seleet from. They ran be seen and driven by all intending
buyers. Kxchange or private sales will le made any rime lM-fore the AKTUt.N SALi: opens

Ane aucuon sale starts promptly at 1 p. in.. J uesuay, -November H, IJITJ. when every horse will
tively be sold to the highest bidder at the J. I. .Mt Duffy Stable. 1

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P.' G. WALDRON

Shipper

FOU SALE

I am now offering some of the most
valuable lots in the northern part of
th city. If Interested call on W. 11.
McConn at Converse's planing mill. I
also have other valuable lands at
Sparr going "very reasonable.

FHESH SEEDS

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We have the new crop of garden, and
field seedd for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnip::, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest anJ best that can be had. Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company. Ad.

Every family that has chllJren

liable to have croup. invariably at Twinges of rheumatism,
night. If Ballard's Horehound Syrup j stiff joints and shooting
is kept In the house, it saves going show your kidneys are no

arter the medicine at an inconvenient

time and checks the attack

Ki:r, .new CHOP

Garden. Held an 1
received. For sale
drugyist and seeds:

flower -eel. Just
y Wm. Anderson.
in. Ocala. Ad.

Fl.WiCr.I) Tltl WITH SIIIIIT

Price. 25c,
druggists.-

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promptly, j sleep.

1'rinary irregular;;
nervousness, weak

backache.
iains all

working j with

es. loss of tt-rri'
hick and I them

Tearing h
Ohio man tl.
from ,i wre
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Alst n. Rai Railed
led Railed a wreck

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$1. Sold by all sore kidneys tell the need of a good

rename K-..:ney me ncine. I olev Ki 1-

ney rills ar,
restorative,
neys and re;

tonic.
They
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If you want to make your "sole hap happy."
py." happy." try Dr. Edison's cushion shoe.

Little's Shoe Parlor. Ad. j w ill give yo.i

1 I no habit forming drugs.
Don't waste money ry buying (ways sure. Try them.

Strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's i the Anti-Monopolv Dru

Liniment is cheaper and better. Damp Dampen
en Dampen a piece of flannel with it and bind
it over the affected parts and it will

strengthening and
build up the kid kid-:heir
:heir kid-:heir action. They
relief and contain

Safe and al al-For
For al-For sale by
-tore. Ad.

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trial will con vine

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Hitters. "I was ir. a
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s. "rny stomach, head.

v f re all badly af af-was
was af-was in bad condi-

ttles of Electric Eit-

1 like a new
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relieve the pain and soreness,
sale by all dealers. Ad.

A HALF MILLION CABBAGE
plants now ready for setting. For

less merit for any .-tomaeh.
kidney trouble. Price 50 een
dings ,v Company. Ad.

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For j further information, address,
Price, Gainesville. Fla.

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fa! tones:
"Th(ii 1 suipoe I'll have to fiht
vou wbttLer I wWi it or not?"
'Ye. and you knew that before yo;i
cuiue here tonight. You have iieard
that I am beginning a suit for dam dam-aces
aces dam-aces apaint your company"
I'.ivens cju'ied in spite of himself,
bit his lips and looked at the doctor.
"I assure you I had heard nothing of
su-.-h a su!t. and now that I have it
do.-s not ev'n iut.-ret me."
'Then m;iy I ask the real reason for
this urgent call?"
"You may." was the cheerful re response.
sponse. response. "And I will answer frankly.
I am engaged to be married to Miss
Nan Primrose. The wedding is to oe oe-eur
eur oe-eur in a few weeks. In some way she
has learned of a possible conflict be between
tween between your interest. and mine and
asked me to settle them."
"And. may I ;isk. why? I don't even
know Miss Primrose."
"A woman's whim perhaps. Possibly
because our mutual friend, Mr. Stunrt.
lives in your home, .-Mid she feared to

lose his friendship in the conflict which

might ensue."
The doctor W!s silent a moment and

glared angrily at Ids visitor.
"I5i veiis. you're a liar!" he cried in a
sudden burst of rage.
"I am your guest, doctor"
"I beg jour pardon. I forgot my myself."
self." myself." "I assure you," the little financier
continued smoothly, "that my inten intentions
tions intentions were friendly and generous. My
only desire wa to help you and make
you rich."
Again the dot-tor's eyes blazed with
wrath, and he completely lost hi.s self
control.
"Dash you! Have 1 asked for your
help or patronage? Its otter is an in insult.
sult. insult. I want you to remember, sir,
that I picked you up out nf the streets
of New York ill, hungry, out of work,
friendless, and gave you your first
job."
Blvens, breathing heavily, turned, bis
face black with hate, and slowly said:
"I'll make you live to regret this in interview.
terview. interview. Woodman."
Wifh a contemptuous grunt the doc doctor
tor doctor closed the door.
When Stuart hoard the door close
and liivens" step die away on the pave pavement
ment pavement below lie came down to see the
doctor, haunted by a strange vision.
From every shadow h saw Nan's face
looking into his. lie was not supersti superstitious.
tious. superstitious. This Impression lie knew was
simply a picture burned into his iired
brain by days and night" of imense
longing. It was the ghost, of Nan's
face old, white, pulseless, terrible in
Its beauty, but dead.
He paused in the lower hall and
watched for a moment a scene between
father and daughter through the open
door of t lie library.
Harriet had just boun hd into the
room and stood beside I lie doctor's
chair with an arm around his nock and
the other hand gently smoothing his
soft gray hair. She was crooning over
his tired figure with the quaintest little
mother loin hes.
"You look so worn out. papa, dear.
What have you been doing'''
"Sou. i t liing very foolish, I'm afraid,
baby- I've. Just refused a fortune that
might have been join's some day."
"Why did j'imj refuse it'"
"P.ecause f dhln't believe if as
clean and hnest."
"Then I shouldn't want It. I'd rather

be poor."

non or the letter or tne criminal code."
"But if you sell your business to
these meu and retire will you necessa necessarily
rily necessarily share in their wrongdoing?"
"In a very real and tragic sense, yes.
I'm a coward. I give up the fight.
I've leen both a soldier and a mer merchant.
chant. merchant. Why should not trade have its
heroes as well as war? Why shouldn't
I be just as ready to die as a merchant
for my .eople as I was on the field of
battle? I am just passing through this
world once. There are some things I
simply must do as I pass. They can't
wait, and the thing that has begun to
strangle me is this modern craze for
money, money, money, at all hazards,
by fair or foul mean. I must fight it
I must. Good food, decent clothes, a
honie. pure air. a preat love these are
all any human being needs. No hu human
man human being should have less I will not

j strike down my fellow man to get more
j for myself while one human being on

this earth wants as much."
"You'll never know," Stuart said.

with iieep emotion, "how much I owe
to you in my own life. You have al always
ways always been an inspiration to me."
The patitnt gray eyes smiled.
"I'm glad to hear that tonight, my
boy. for. strange as it may seem to
you. re been whistling to keep up my
courage. I've a sickening foreboding
of failure. But. after all, can a man
fail who is right?"
"I don't believe It," was the ringing
answer which leaped to Stuart's lips
"I've had to face a crisis like this re
cently. I was beginning to hesitate
and think of a compromise. You've
helped me."
"Good luck, my boy," was the cheery
answer. "I was a poor soldier tonight
myself until the little weasel told me
an obvious lie, and I took courage,
lie pretended to have come in a mood
of generosity, his offer of settlement in inspired
spired inspired by love."
"The devil must have laughed."
"So did I especially when he told
me that tie was engaged to be mar
ried.'
"F.ngaged to -be married?" Stuart
made a supreme effort to appear indif
ferent "To w hoin?"
"To Miss Nan Primrose, a young iad
J haven t the honor of knowing, ami In In-had
had In-had the lying audacity to say thai he
came at lir suggestion
Stuart tried to speak aud his tongue
refused to move. In a stupor of blind
despair he slowly fumbled his way up
to liis room, entered and threw him
self across the bed without undressing
It was one tiling to preach, another to
face the thing itself alone in the darkness

Confined Tomorrow)
State of Ohio,
Ciiy of Toledo, ss.
Lucas County.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing: business In the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
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Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886. A-. W. Qleason.
fSeal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern internally
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Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & C Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take

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THE TEXAS WONDER
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SEED OATS
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A GREAT Hl'ILDIXG FALLS
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The big hands drew the

closer still and pressed a kiss on the
young forehead.
"My hubai.'t ;!! Ive me. won't
he? I shall not minl it i'o; J r." she
went n laughing -is Snurt x-t.vred
the room.
"See. boy. how 'a she's growing. thi
little baby of mine:' iLf doctor ex exclaimed,
claimed, exclaimed, wheeling her about fr Stu Stuart's
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