The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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Full Text
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VOL. 19.
OCALA. FLOKIDA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16. 1912.
NO. 144.

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In the Electoral College it California
Remains la tbe Roonevelt
'1uran
San Francisco. Nov. 16. If the of official
ficial official returns from the last three coun counties
ties counties San Franclr.-o, Los Anxeles and
Yuba are the same as the unofficial
returns, then Theodore Roosevelt has
carried California and gets her elec electoral
toral electoral vote, with the negligible plural plurality
ity plurality of sixty-two votes over Woodrow
Wilson. All of the other counties have
made official return..
Conceding California to Roosevelt.
Wood row Wilson will have 433 votes
in the electoral college to ninety for
Roosevelt and eight for Taft. The
president carried only two states
1'tah and Vermont.
DlNNELLON DOTS
(Advocate)
Ym. M. Gober of Ocala was here
Thursday.
W. W. .StripHujr, representing the.
Jones-Chambllss Co., was in town
Monday.
F. J. Titoomb, state convict inspec inspector,
tor, inspector, spent a few days this week with
his family.
Mrs. Klla Raskin of Anthony is in
our city visiting her son. Dr. J. G.
Raskin.
Mrs. R. II. Sanders, president of the
local W. C. T. T., Mrs. W. D. Edwards
and Miss Lou Markham are attending
the state convention of the W. C. T. IT.
now in session at TCtarke.
Mr. I'arker of Ocala has organized a
brass band here and Is practicing five
nights ach week.
ZI11 Ellison of Center Hill has moved
Into the cottage belonging to Mr. Sam
Petteway. We welcome Mr. Ellison to
our little city and hope he will locate
here permanently.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D Edwards, Mrs.
Andrew Turner and W. H. Knight at attended
tended attended th,e Raptist convention at An Anthony
thony Anthony last week. They all report a
fine meeting and larg crowds at all
services.
'Mrs. Buckshot Williams was visiting
friends in Ilomosassa the first part of
the week.
Mrs. Zimmerman of Floral City, is
the guest of her son. T. J. Zimmerman
this week.
Mrs. F. W. Ellison of Anthony, re returned
turned returned to her home Saturday after a
week's visit to her daughter, Mrs. R. E.
Lindsay.
Mrs. Eva Roberts has purchased the
Kibler building next door to the city
hall and moved into 'fr last week.
Miss Louise Ressant, one of Starke's
handsome young ladies, arrived last
week on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. II.
Hoffman for a few days.
John Spencer and family of Ocala
passed through here Saturday eh route
to Holder island. Mr. Spencer purchas purchased
ed purchased this island some time ago and will
spend considerable of his time there,
hunting and fishing.
. Major A. II. Rlandlng and the militia
returned home Friday from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where they were called to quell
the would-be sympathizers of fie elec electric
tric electric street railway strikers, but were
recalled to Jacksonville Saturday on
account of continued rioting.
Miss Addye Mae Jones of Cordele.
Ga., after a very pleasant stay with
her cousin, Mrs. It. E. Lindsay, return returned
ed returned to Anthony Saturday last, where her
father has recently purchased a fine
home. Miss Jones made many friends
while here and they all hope she will
pay Dunnellon another visit In the
near future.
Mr. .1. Q. Scarborough of O'Brien and
Miss Maude Messer of Fort Meade,
were married at the home of the bride
Tuesday evening. Nov. 5th. The happy
couple stopped here Saturday night
with the bride's sister, Mrs. Gordon
Watklns.
J. E. Johnson, representing the Van
Deman-Lewis Co., was here Monday on
his regular trip.
Mesdames Tatum and Hugh Ross of
Gaitr went to Ocala Saturday to do
some shopping and also visited Mrs. J.
T. Boyd over Sunday.
LEVON
I.evon. Nov. 12. The many friends
of Mr. W. J. Frlnk will be glad to
learn he Is recovering from his severe
burns and expects to be out this week.
Mr. R. R. Rhodes left Friday night
for his future home In Jacksonville.
His family preceded him a day, going
thru In the auto.
The friends of Mr. J. G. Culpepper
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Roll Top Desk $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen.. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Seat. . 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set, Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library Table. . 9.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
SMITH'S
Back of Marcus Frank's

will regret to learn that he leaves us
in a few days. Mr. Culpepper has not
decided where he will locate.
Mr. J. W. Turner, sawyer for the big
mill here, is absent this week attend attending
ing attending court in Gainesville.
Mr. Charlie Carter is on the sick
list this week and is spending the
week at Terrell with his parents.
Mr. S. S. Duval, the popular sales salesman
man salesman for the Rentz Lumber Co.. of
Ocala, was here Tuesday in the inter interest
est interest of his company.
Mrs. Will Lucius is on the sick list
this week.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter has the lumber
on the ground for the building of a
handsome two-story dwelling he in intends
tends intends putting on his farm just a quar quarter
ter quarter of a mile north of Levon.

PROTECTION FOR THE KOIIIN
A II1M Will he l'renenteil to that KITeot
to the Next I.egllnt lire
The robin has always been consid considered
ered considered a game bird in Florida, and thou thousands
sands thousands of these birds are killed h-re
during the winter months, according
to reports issued by the State Audubon
Society. The society goes on to state
that there are not as many robins
wintering in Florida as ther? former formerly"
ly" formerly" was; and that, when we realize
that the winter robins of Florida rep represent
resent represent the summer population of many
states, it becomes apparent 'now fast
the birds are decreasing. It is said
that throughout the country there is
now but one robin to every ten of
former times.
That the robin should be taken off
the game list and given absolute pro protection
tection protection in our state is shown by the
following extracts taken from Farm Farmers'
ers' Farmers' Bulletin No. 54 issued by the U. S.
Department of Agriculture.
"An examination of 500 stomachs
shows that 42 per cent of the robin's
food is animal matter, principally in insects.
sects. insects. Over 19 per cent consists of
beetles. 10 per cent grasshoppers, 6
per cent caterpillars, and 7 per cent
of various other insects including a
few spiders, snails and angleworms.
All the grasshoppers, caterpillars, and
most of the beetles are Injurious; and
it is safe to say that noxious insects
comprise more than one-third of the
robin's food.
"Vegetable food forms nearly 58 per
cent of the stomach contents, over 47
per cent being 'wild fruits and a little
over 4 per cent being cultivated varie
ties. In view of the fact that the
rob!n takes ten times as much wild
fruit as cultivated fruit, it feema un unwise
wise unwise to destroy the birds to save so
little."
Furthermore the robin is one of the
world's most famous song birds. A
Florida lady spent the past summer in
Virginia; and one evening at twilight
she heard the voice of the robin com
ing from the shadows of the lawn, and
exclaimed, "Oh. listen to the mocking mockingbird!"
bird!" mockingbird!" She was mistaken, but the inci
dent illustrated the sweetness of the
robin's song.
Thirty-two states have given the
robin absolute protection throughout
the year which has caused the bird to
become very tame and confiding. The
Florida Audubon Society contends that
it is beneath the intelligence and dig dignity
nity dignity of our state to class as "game"
this splendid song bird, too small for
food and too gentle to Invite the
hunter's lust for sport.
A bill will accordingly be introduc introduced
ed introduced at the next legislature requesting
that the robin be protected as a non non-game
game non-game bird.
State of Ohio,
City of Toledo, ss.
Lucas County.
Frank J. Cneney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney x Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be. cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to" before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern internally
ally internally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & c Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75e. Take
Hall's Family Tills for constipation. Ad
BLITCIITOTV
Blltchton. Xov. 13. Mr. Edward
King of Montbrook called Thursday.
Mr. W. J. Willis and daughters. Etta
and Ruby, Mr. W. P. Hammons and
Miss Rowena Hammons spent Satur Saturday
day Saturday in Ocala.
Mr. T. M. L'mbaugh of Starke was a
Wednesday caller
A number of young folks from
Blitchton, Standard and Romeo enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a chicken pillau Friday night at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. McKenzle at
Standard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hammons spent
Sunday at Berlin.
Mr. Douglass of York passed thru
Blitchton Sunday.
Mrs. B. R. Blitch has an attack of
fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Will McArthur of
Montbrook passed Tuesday en route to
the Brick City.
Dr. McMillan of Morriston passed
en route to Ocala Friday.
A GREAT RUILDING FALLS
when Its foundation is undermined,
and if the foundat'on of health good
digestion is attacked, quick collapse
follows. On the first signs of indiges indigestion.
tion. indigestion. Dr. King's New Life Pills should
be taken to tone the stomach and reg regulate
ulate regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas Pleasant,
ant, Pleasant, easy, safe and only 23 cents at
Tydings & Company. Ad.

HIS
OttHmnnn Accept Defeat with Apathy.
IVrioblng by ThouMandn With
the Plague
Constantinople, Nov. 16 The apathy
and sullen resignation with which the
Turks face their series of overwhelm
ing disasters deserves comment. It is
true the severe applicati n of martial
law prevents the public expression of
any criticism or demonstrations of re resentment.
sentment. resentment. The great mass of Moslems
are inclined to bow to the inevitable,
however, and to accept without violent
opposition what they regard as the
dictates of fate.
The cholera epidemic among the
Turkish troops holding the line of for for-tifictaions
tifictaions for-tifictaions at Tchatalja is rapidly be becoming
coming becoming worse. Over 500 cases are re reported
ported reported daily and the total number al already
ready already exceeds 6.000.
Depending n the Enemy for Water
The Rulgarian army has occupied
the town of Derkos at the Black sea
end of the Tohatalja lines and thus
controls the water supply of Constan Constantinople.
tinople. Constantinople. This, however, lias not yet
ben interfered with.
Only Few Jllle Away
Bulgarian troops have reached the
vicinity of Kilios, on the Black sea
coast at the entrance of the Bosphorus
and within a few miles of the capital.
The men belonging to the Turkish life lifeboat
boat lifeboat station have left.
OXFORD
Oxford, Nov 13. Miss Marie Holt
returned to her home in Jacksonville
Sunday, after spending a few days
with Mrs. Groff.
Mr. Hendricks Rowell and family
returned from Tampa Monday night.
Mrs. T. J. IxA'eigne and three child children
ren children left for Tampa Saturday to make
it their future home.
Mrs. McCormick and two children
left for Tampa Saturday to visit with
Mr. McCormick a few days, as he is
engaged in business in that city.
Mrs. Hattie Caruthers and Miss Ma Mabel
bel Mabel Caruthers Were shoppers in Ocala
Monday, driving up with Mr. Nichols
in his auto.
Mrs. Mandy Perry has been quite
sick at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Jeffcoat, but is Improving slowly.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Freing of
Coleman were visitors in town Sun Sunday
day Sunday spending the day with the latter's
brother, Mr. H. E. Parham and fam family.
ily. family. Mrs. Righam and children of Cole Coleman
man Coleman came up to visit with her mother,
Mrs. Preston Caruthers, for a while.
Mrs. Righam had the misfortune to
lose her youngest child last week
with membrane croup, and the doc doctors
tors doctors thought it would be well for her
to make a change. We trust she will
Improve and soon gain her strength
back after such a great sorrow.
Mr. W. H. Warnock is erecting a
new cottage south of town and pro progressing
gressing progressing nicely with same.
Mr. Collier motored up to Ocala
Saturday and carried with him Mr.
Ossle Hooks, W. H. and T. E. Smith.
The latter two were called to Ocala
to be with their sister, Mrs. Leon
Griggs, who is under treatment at the
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OCALA,
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Phone 239 Ocala, Fla.

Ocala hospital, and has been danger dangerously
ously dangerously ill. We are glad to know she is
improving at this writing.
Mr. Oscar Owens of Coleman was
up shaking hands with old friends
last Friday.
The young folks all got together
and had an old time chicken pillau at
the home of Miss Ethel Reece Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.
Mr. Leon Griggp returned from
Ocala Monday. He left his wife doing
nicely at the hospital. He has the
sympathy of his many friends here In
his great trouble and all truly hope
his wife will improve rapidly and soon
be quite well and able to return
home, where her pleasant smile for all
her friends is greatly missed.
Mr. David Caruthers of Clearwater,
is spending a while with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Rainey.
Mr. and Mrs. Maddox have taken
charge of the Oxford House and are
moving their household goods over
from Conant this week.
Dr. Wood made a professional trip
to Coleman Sunday night. Grant and
Geora:e LaVeigne took him down in
their 'auto. All returned Monday
morning.
Mr. John I'emberton motored up to
Ocala Monday. Mrs. Clara Nichols
went up with hiui to do some shop shopping.
ping. shopping. Dr. G. V. Wood has his office and
rooms at the Oxford House now since
Mr. Tom I.aVeigne has moved away.

1 HE'S IS
Far from Home and Poverty Stricken,
n Young Swedish Officer Gave In
to Despondency
(Tampa Times, 15th)
Leaving a letter of apology to Man Manager
ager Manager Tallevast for the trouble his
death would cause, Lieut. Fred de
Mannerfelt of the Royal Life Hussars
of Sweden this morning committed
suicide in the Hlllsboro hotel by shoot shooting
ing shooting himself through the heart.
With the letter to Manager Talle Tallevast
vast Tallevast on the dresser were three others,
with the request that they pe mailed,
one to Hon. Mayor F. Mannerfelt,
Skofdal, Sweden; one to Judge Fred
Aslund. Roca Grande, Fla., and one to
Kingsmore Johnson, South Roca
Grande. Fla.
Every circumstance connected with
the suicide, and all of the articles
found in the suit case of the dead man,
point indisputably to the fact that he
was Lieut. Fred, de Mannerfelt, one
time member of the Royal Life Hus Hussars
sars Hussars of Sweden. In the pocket of the
dead man was found a personal card
bearing his name, and his clothing was
marked with the same name, as were
letters in his pockets.
Mannerfelt was about medium height,
weighing probably 150 pounds. His
features were regular and with even,
well kept teeth, and abundant dark
hair, rendered his appearance rather
prepossessing.
That the family of the suicide was
one of the most prominent i l Sweden
was indicated by the jewelry which
Mannerfelt wore. He carried a cheap
Ingersol watch, attached to a heavy
gold chain, indicating that the original
watch must have been pawned or sold.
The watch chain carried a heavy gold
locket, bearing the initials of the
owner on both sides. Within this lock locket
et locket were two pictures, one of a hand handsome
some handsome man. of about thirty-five years
of age, and the other that of a blooded
horse's head. The dead man wore a
heavy gold signet ring, bearing a coat
of arms, presumably that of the house
of de Mannerfelt in Sweden.
KENDRICK
Kendrick. Nov. 13. Mrs. J. J. Guth Guth-ery
ery Guth-ery left Saturday afternoon for St.
Petersburg, where she will visit rela relatives
tives relatives and friends.
Miss Relle McLeod returned Sunday
morning from Ocala. Little Georgia
Ada Carter, the charming little baby
of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carter, accom accompanied
panied accompanied her home.
Miss Margaret Adams and Miss
Minnie Lee Carlisle returned Sunday
afternoon after spending the week
end in Ocala.
Mr. C. E. Nix of Williston was in
the village Monday.
Mrs. W. E. Nix will arrive from
Wllliston today to visit Mrs. T. W.
Ray for a few days.
Mr. Louis Caldwell of Candler visit visited
ed visited friends in Kendrick Sunday.
Mis? Relle McLeod returned to Ocala
Wednesday, where she will have some
dental work done.
Friends of Mrs. Whitehead and Miss
Sallie will be glad to know that they
are up from their recent illness.
OAK VALE
Oak Vale. Nov. 13. We are enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the cool breezes that precede Jack
frost's coming1.
Mr. W. H. Anderson made a business
trip to Jacksonville last Wednesday.
He says the strike was raging there
and business was dull.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and two
daughters. Misses Ruby and Sallie,
were callers to Williston Wednesday
morning.
The death of J. N. Bronson was a
sudden one. He leaves a wife and
eleven children to mourn his loss. The
remains were laid to rest in the fam family
ily family cemetery.
Mr. Lawton Priest and daughters.
Misses Gussie and Maggie, came down
from Morriston last Sunday to take
Mrs. Priest back home. She has been
spending the past two weeks with
her mother. Mrs. M. A. Clancy.

1 i

1

Hy Taking a HetPreldeat Elect
AM I on and Family are Off for
Hernmda
Trenton, N. J., Nov. 16. President Presidentelect
elect Presidentelect Woodrow Wilson packed his
trunk and suitcases yesterday prepa preparatory
ratory preparatory to starting on his vacation. He
planned to leave during the afternoon
for New York to attend a dinner given
In his honor by the class of 1879 of
Princeton University, of which he is a
member.
Today the governor will do a little
shopping and sail. No applications are
booked on the same vessel, so far as
is known, and in the retreat to which
the president-elect Is going no one Is
expected to call and no one has been
invited. The governor expects to
spend the vacation apart from politics
unless there are developments requir requiring
ing requiring comment from him.
Mrs. Wilson, Miss Jessie and Miss
Eleanor Wilson will accompany the
president-elect. Miss Margaret Wil Wilson
son Wilson did not wish to Interrupt her mu musical
sical musical studies to go along, as the trip
will continue a month. A single sten stenographer
ographer stenographer and ten newspaper corre correspondents
spondents correspondents will compose the remainder
of the party.
ni AUCTION SALE OF
KENTUCKY HORSES
P. G. Waldron Will Sell a Carload of
High Claim Kentucky Horaea
la Ocala
Mr. P. 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 for immedi immediate
ate immediate use, among which can be found
a number of good farm teams, farm
mares and general purpose horses, as
well as some good and useful livery,
saddle and road horses. In fact, there
will be some of all sizes to select
from. They can be seen and driven by
all intending buyers. Exchanges or
private sales can be arranged any
time before the auction sale opens.
Every horse must and shall be sold
without reserve to the highest bid bidder.
der. bidder. Tuesday, November 19th, at J. D.
McDuffy's stables, Ocala. The auction
sale starts promptly at 1 p. m.,.rain
or shine.
JACK JO II X SO OUT OF JAIL
Had to Rake Chicago to Find Ronria Ronria-tnen
tnen Ronria-tnen for the Coon Ilrnlaer
Chicago, Nov. 16. Jack Johnson, the
negro pugilist, accused of violation of
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the Mann "white slave" act., was re released
leased released from custody yesterday on bond
of 130.000. The sureties accepted were
the pugilist's mother, T'ny Johnson,
that they may pass' Palm Beach and
dealer. Johnson was taken to the
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had made many efforts to regain his.
liberty.

IF YOU HAVE ROOMS FOR RENT
Daring the Fair, .Notify Secretary mt
Doard mt Trade
For the benefit of the visitors to the
Marlon County Fair, the secretary of
the Ocala Board of Trade will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to have any parties who havs rooms
for rent to list them with him and
also state the rate to be charged. Our
hotel accommodations are not suffi sufficient
cient sufficient for the visitors and this action Is
taken by the Board of Trade so that
all visitors to our fair may have the
proper accommodations while they are
In our city.
G II EE FRUIT LAW HELD GOOD
Judge Perklna Derided the Green Fmlt
Law A teal nut Sid MlgB,
DeLand, Nov. 16. Judge Terkins of
the seventh circuit handed down a de decision
cision decision yesterday in the Orange county
prosecution against S. J. Sligh for
shipping Immature citrus fruits, in
which he upholds the constitutionality
of the law.
HOSPITAL DAY AT THE FAIR
Thursday Thanksgiving Day will
be hospital day In Ocala and at the
fair. Pretty red cross nurses will be
stationed at prominent places through throughout
out throughout the business section of the city,
as well as at the fair grounds, to re receive
ceive receive donations for the handsome new
Marlon County Hospital, which Is now
in the 'course of construction. This
work Is under the auspices of the
auxiliary board of the hospital man management,
agement, management, and the proceeds are for the
charity ward.
FOR SALE
KegiMlered Kerlmhlr Hoar "Ocala
Blaaterplece"
Two years old. Very fine individual.
Can't use him longer in our herd.
Price, $33. Palmetto Park Farm, Z. C.
Chambllss & Co. ll-15-2t
Grandson of international champion
"Masterpiece." Active and handsome.
THE TEXAS WONDER
cures kidney, bladder and rheumatic
troubles. $1 bottle seldom fails to give give-quick
quick give-quick and permanent relief. Write tor
local testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2026.
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by alt
druggists.
SOUTH LAKE. WEIR
South Lake Weir, Nov. 12. Rev. a.
Albertson from Candler was the guest
of his brother. Rev. Albertson of this
place over Sunday.
Mr. Archie. Gano has accepted the
position as chauffeur for Mr. Foss and
is boarding with Mr. and Mrs. Gates.
Mr. and Mrs. Perrin were the guests
of Mr. Rrinson Coggins and wife at
Welrsdale Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Foster from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago are the guests of Mr. Foster's
sister, Mrs. Julius Slgmon. Mr. Fos Foster
ter Foster has not been here in twenty years
and he finds things looking much dif different
ferent different than when he left here, and
many changes in the residents that
were here when he lived here. Ills
many friends are glad to see him here
again.
All the packing houses are running
this week and everybody is busy.
MAIL MESSENGER SERVICE
Sealed proposals for carrying the
Tt.lt. J C.A ,1-
luiuieu oidies mans, on messenger
'route No. 223021 between the postofflce
Jat Ocala, Fla., and the Seaboard Air
jLine Railway depot, each way as often
as required, will be received by the
postmaster until Nov. 24th, 1912.
Blank bids may be secured from the
postmaster upon application. Bidders
I should Inform themselves of the
amount and character of the service.
I Pranlf T TTnTr Xnml mo mt m-w
ONLY A FIRE HERO
but the crowd cheered, as, with burn
ed hands, he held up a small round
J box. Fellows'." he ehouted. "this
iBucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev everything
erything everything beat for burns. Right! also
for boils, ulcers, cores, pimples, ec eczema.,
zema., eczema., cuts, spraits, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues inflammation,
kills pain. Only 25 cents at Tydings
& Company. Ad.
TAXES ARE JfOlV DUE
The tax books are now open for the
payment of 1912 state and county
taxes. The taxes are $.40 higher this
year on each $100 assessed valuation,
than last year. Always bring or send
a correct description of your property.
The laws also allows a discount of
2 per cent for all payments made In
November and 1 per cent discount in
December Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
Tax Collector.
Twinges of rheumatism, backache,
stiff joints and shooting pains all
show your kidneys are not working
right. Urinary Irregularities, loss of
sleep, nervousness, weak back and
sore kidneys tell the need of a good
reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills are tonic, strengthening and
restorative. They build up the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and regulate their action. They
will give you quick relief and contain
no habit forming drugs. Safe and al always
ways always sure. Try them. For sale by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.



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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912

QGALA EVENING' STAR

l'.CLE STEVE IN VEVTIG ITED

Kit linger & Carroll Proprietors.

II. R. Carroll. ltu!ness Manager.

J. II. Rnjamln, Editor.
Entered in the postoffice at Ocala.
Fla.. as rvnd class mail matter.

Captain A. O. MacDonell. for many
years general passenger agent of the
F. C. & P., now the Seaboard, died at
hU home in Fernandina Friday. He
was well known and highly esteemed
over the state.

Governor Wilson announced Friday
night that immediately after his inau inauguration
guration inauguration as president of the United
States he would call an extraordinary
session of Congress, to convene not
later than April 15, for the purpose of
revising the tariff.

BATTI.KSllll'S OFF
THE K A ST CO 1ST UK A CI I

79 erne of I nole Sain'n Ills Flffbtlni? Ma Ma-rhiueM
rhiueM Ma-rhiueM Will Crulwe Alone
Florida Sunday

(St. Augustine Record)
Telegrams were received last night
y Mayor Webb and the secretary of
the board of trade from Rear Admiral
Fletcher, reading as follows:
"The Second Division of the Atlantic
fleet, comprising the battleships Min Minnesota.
nesota. Minnesota. Kansas, Michigan and South
Carolina, will lie off St. Augustine at
2 p. m., November 17th."
This, of course means that the war warships
ships warships -will be here Sunday afternoon.
Instructions were given Rear Admi Admiral
ral Admiral ITsher to corne in close to the east
co;'-t of Florida, the vessels being
tin cd to reach Brunswick Light at 7
o'cick Sunday morning. The intention
ts t give Fernandina. Mayport. St.
Augustine, Ormonl, Iaytona and West
Ia! n Beach a v'ew of the ships.
If it is found necessary to do so Ad Aden
en Aden ir il Fletcher is instructed to anchor
")v t night, and according to the sched schedule
ule schedule arranged it is probable the vessels
"will anchor near Cape Canaveral, so
that they miy pass Palm eUach and
Mil ni in daylight.

('ucKrMnnaD Sparkman Took, a Trip
Down the Winding Wlthlacoocbee
Congressman Sparkman was one of
a party exploring the Outlet and Wlth Wlth-lacoochee
lacoochee Wlth-lacoochee river last week. Several
prominent men were in the party in including
cluding including Mr. William Hocker of Ocala,
Mr. Harney Bridges of Coleman, and
I". S. Engineer Slattery of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. They went down the river In
motor boats. The object of the inves investigation
tigation investigation was to look out the matter of
dredging the river so as to make it
navigable for boats and at the same
time reclaim much land contiguous to
the river. Theer is no doubt that the
opening of this river would develop
some of the best lands in the state and
open up a rich country which is now now-only
only now-only waiting for just such improve improvements.
ments. improvements. This would surely mean that
this rich territory would soon be tra traversed
versed traversed by railroads and the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of the section are almost unlimit unlimited.
ed. unlimited. We are very glad indeed to see
Congressman Sparkman taking this
personal interest in the matter and
are sure he will lend his best efforts
to the improvement, which means
that we can surely expect some visible
results in the near future as Mr.
Sparkman is a man who succeeds in
his efforts for his constituents. Sum Sumter
ter Sumter County Times.

OCT OF THE MOUTHS OF n.UIES

Teacher: Is there any connection be between
tween between mind and matter?
Small P.oy: Yes; if a boy doesn't
mind there'll be something the matter.
Minister: Now, Elmer, can you tell
me what a gentleman is?
Little Elmer: Yes, sir. He's a grown
up boy that used to mind his mother.
Small Tommy hurt his finger and his
mother took him in her arms and be began
gan began to dry away his tears with her
handkerchief.
"P-don't wipe m-my eyes yet. m m-mamma."
mamma." m-mamma." he sobbed. "I a-ain't done
iwryinc."

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llt. M Mil. HltVAN
WILL WINTKlt AT MIAMI

fSreat Dcmoern t le Lender Will Evade
' ; Cold Weather In Oar
Sunny Clime

i Jacksonville Metropolis, loth)
William Jennings P.ryan, regarded
y many as the greatest of all demo democrat
crat democrat U." statesmen, will be-in the city
Wednesday as the guest of ex-Governor
and Mrs. William S. Jennings, fol following
lowing following which he will go to Miami for
the winter. Mr. Bryan will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. P.ryan and their 12-year-old
grandson.
Mr. Bryan has purchased a four-acre
tTact on the outskirts of Miami, where
he will, bu'ld a home for permanent
winter residence and ex-Governor and
Mrs. Jennings will also build a home
on. an adjoining tract. The two fami families
lies families will occupy rented cottages until
their new homes are completed.
Mr. Bryan has spent portions of re recent
cent recent winters at Mission, Tex., where
tie owns a large farm, but Mrs. Bryan
desires a warmer climate, as a result
Of which she and the "Great Common Commoner"
er" Commoner" will revel in the magnificent cli climate,
mate, climate, of Dade county. Mr. Bryan
Gpeaks at Savannah Tuesday on "The
3igns of the Times" and will come im immediately
mediately immediately to Jacksonville. He and
Mrs. Bryan will be greeted at Miami
by the Woman's Club and other organ organisations.
isations. organisations. Although deefated three times in
tils race for the presidency, Mr. Bryan
Is believed to hold a stronger place in
the hearts of democrats than ever be before.
fore. before. His magnificent fight at Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, which resulted in the defeat of
Chamj) Clark and the nomination of
Governor Wilson, is regarded as one
of the most notable in American his history,
tory, history, and the manner in which he
trounced the braves of Tammany Hall
has more than ever endeared him to
the American people, and democrats of
the South in particular.

One of the most attractive campaigns
of advertising now running in this pa paper
per paper is that of the White Clover Flour,
a. fully guaranteed product, distribut distributed
ed distributed by the Peninsular Naval Stores Co.
of Tampa and sold by local dealers.
Vi'e trust that our readers will give
this flour a fair trial.

Little Lola: Where are you going,
Aunt Jos'e?
Aunt Josie: To the professor, dear,
to take a fencing lesson.
Little Lola: Please take me with you.
auntie. I want to see you climb a
fence.
."Now. Johnnie," said the Sunday
school teacher, "do you know who
wrote the story of the loaves and
fishes we have just finished reading?"
"No, ma'am." replied the little fel fellow,
low, fellow, "but it sounds a good deal like
one of pa's fish stories."
(Atlanta Journal)

SKKDS, XF.W CHOP

Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman. Ocala. Ad.

Take Digestlt for indigestion ana
wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy. Ad.

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Onf of Mclver &. MacKajv Ware Warehouse
house Warehouse Destroyed and All Neigh Neighboring
boring Neighboring HufldinKH In Dancer
At 1:45 this afternoon the fire alarm

came in to the station with the Infor- j
mation that Mclver & MacKay's ware-
house was on fire. The entire fire de- j
partment responded, as by that time
the black smoke could be s-en above j
the tops of the other buildings. As
soon as the firemen reached the blaze
and the hose was laid. Chief Chambers t
sent -the wagons back to the station I
for all of the remaining hose and
connections were made from both
openings in the two nearest hydrants ;
and had four streams bes5des the j

from private sources were soon play playing
ing playing on .the flames.
The fire originated in the big two-

story, frame- iron covered roof and
side warehouse, which is next to and j
only about thirty feet from their brick
warehouse. This building was pack packed
ed packed on both floors with inflammable
furn'ture that was all ablate in a few j
minutes and was a veritable inferno
of heat. The warehouse behind this
one soon caught fire. It was also two
stories and packed with Inflammable ;
goods. It took only a glance to see
that these two houses would soon be
entirely consumed, and there was not
time to save or even attempt to save
any of their contents: in fact, the fire- j
men could never get Inside of them.
The entire attention of the depart department
ment department was turned towards keeping the
walls of the adjoining buildings on
the south the huge three-story cor corrugated
rugated corrugated iron building occupied by Mr. I
E. C Smith and others: on the east,
the bi;r two-story brjck building of
Mclver .- MacKay's. filled with goods,
and on the west, the big wooden sheds
of Mclver & MacKay. Each of these
buildings was on fire at some time
and it wa only by the most strenuous )
efforts that they could be 'kept from
bursting into flames.
The roof and wood work of the
br'ck building caught and smouldered
many times and little spurts of flame
burst out. The wooden portion of the ;
skylight, three stories high, was all
in flames at one time. Finally a num- ;
ber of men got to this roof with great
difficulty, a rope was thrown to them :
and a section of hose drawn up. j
A cottage, diagonally across the j
street from the fire, required constant
attention to keep it from ign'ting. j
The stiff breeze from the northeast j

fortunately blew the flames away from j

the brick warehouse and enabled the
firemen to make a better fight, but so
intense wa-j the heat that one could
easily see that building would not have
withstood a half a minute of wind
from the other direction.
Every one knew that, if the brick

warehouse or the big three-story iron j
ones should burn, the ent're block. J
one of the most valuable in the city, j
would go up in a few minutes and j
there was no assurance that the fire ;

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BELOW we show One of the Six New.Models of the Hudson Cars for 1913.
These Silent Cars will Appeal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The
Cars are now ready for delivery and our Demonstration Car is at Your
Service. The prices are F. 0. B. Detroit, and each car is Fully Equipped with
Tops and Top Boots, Wind Shields, Speedometers, Five Electric Lamps, Electric
Self Starters and Demountable Rims. The Motors have all Working Parts En En-closed
closed En-closed and are Absolutely Silent. Call at the Garage for Demonstration.
WRITE US FOR LITERATURE AND FURTHER PARTICULARS.

la this Advertisement We will Show from lime to Time, All ot the Ditterent Models of
the HUDSON 1913 Line. The Car Shown herewith is the New Model "37", Touring
Car, Five Passenger, Four Cylinders, and we will tie Pleased to give You a Demonstrate

ion H ycu are interested :-: :-:

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REMEMBER that we have the Largest and Handsomest Fire Proof Garage in
the Central Portion of Florida, 10.000 Square Feet of Floor Space, and
we Care For and Store Cars.
Our Repair Department is the Best Equipped in the City
With Skilled Wokmen Who Know Their Business and
the Most Modern Machinery and Tools
A Full Line of Automobile Sundries of all Kinds in Stock

FMPfflM AUTO SALES 0D

Phone 76

OCALA, FLORIDA

S. J. Pyles, Mgr.

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FOR SALE

I am now offering some of the most
Valuable lots in the northern part of
the city. If interested call on W. H.
McConn at Converse' planing mllL I
also have other valuable lands At
Sparr going very reasonable.

FOIl SALE

FOR SALE A few pairs of Indian
Ttunner ducks. Eggs for setting at V
Ter dozen. Apply to C. A. McPherson.
Bunnellon, Fla. 10-28-12t

IIKLl WANTED

WANTED Several salesman in
Alachua. Marion, Putnam and Citrus
-counties to represent oldest establish established
ed established sewing machine on earth. Exper Experience
ience Experience not necessary. Good men can
make good wages. Address Singer
dewing Machine Co.. Gainesville, Fla.

Initial stationery, ZZc.
Ceng's Drug Stores. Ad.

the box at

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

FltKSII SEEDS

We have the new crop of garJen and
CeM seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
'Onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Ty-'lings
'lings Ty-'lings & Company. Ad.

Oil Fellows meet Tuesday night.

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Sunbeam Soda, full pound pkge. .5c
Van llouten's Cocoa requires
only half as much as other
Cocoas. .5c, 43c. and 83c. cans

Sunbeam Corn Flakes.

.3 for :25c

Snowdrift Compound and Wesson's
Cookinji Oil, better than Cottolene,
and costs less.
Sunbeam Mince Meat with fine
recipe for Mince Pie, Fruit
Cake and l'lum Fudding, 3
packages for 25c
All kinds of Xut and Fruit Cake
Material.
Export ISorax Soap, same size
and shape of Octagon and is
a better piece of soap. .0 for 25c
Sunbeam Oatmeal per pacake..lOe

ness portion of the city was in dan danger.
ger. danger. Paid firemen, many of the old vol volunteers,
unteers, volunteers, scores and scores of citizens
worked themselves to the verge of ex exhaustion
haustion exhaustion to save their own and other
people's property and but for the aid
of the citizens the small paid depart department,
ment, department, although they worked until they
were ready to drop, half drowned and
blackened by too close contact wth
smoke and flame, could never have
handled the situation and saved the
other property. Their numbers were
too small and equipment too meagre.
Chief Hamp Chambers was most ably
assisted bv former volunteer Chief Ed

Carmichael. who jumped in as in days
of old and rendered valuable assist- i
ance and advice.
The water pressure was weak, but
seemed to grow stronsrer as the fire
progressed. The pumps at the water
works were set in motion as soon as
the fire broke out and the tank kept
filled, which helped the pressure out.
There was a lack of hose and the de department
partment department could have used 300 feet in
addition to what they had with great
advantage. They needed more hel helmets,
mets, helmets, as there were not enough for
the volunteers, who were working so
close to the fire. One man was seen
with a water bucket over his head and
there will be dozens of red and blis blistered
tered blistered faces and noses tonight. The

department needed a new extension
ladder badly.
Many electric lisrht and telephone
wires were burned in two and the
current was cut off in that section by
Supt. Caldwell to remove the danger
from live wires.
The situation was certainly handled
well by Chief Chambers, his men and
their able lieutenants, the volunteer
citizens. Many a good sui of clothes
was ruined with never a thought from
the owner. There was not time to ask
or think what caused the fire. The
loss will be very' severe, though cov covered
ered covered by insurance. It is purely guess
work on the reporter's part, but the
fire must have caused a loss in build building
ing building and contents of at least ?12.000.
Several people were slightly injur injured
ed injured while fighting the fire and Mr. Sam
Pyles, Jr., was severely hurt, being
unconscious for a short time. A phy physician
sician physician was summoned from the crowd
and he was given immediate attention.
Mr. Pyles was badly bruised by an
usly fall and overcome with the heat.
It is not thoucht that he will be loner
in recovering entirely.
The property owners in the block
that was endangered, anl especially
Messrs. Mclver & MacKay, are deeply
irrateful to the citi-ens of Ocala for
their valiant work at the fire, which,
if it did no more, saved that entire
block from destruction.

I Tl-e entire population of the city, it
(seemt-d. wa- sati.ered around the fire
j and the greatest excitement prevailed.

Tiianv women oi!i? into Hysterics.

WANTED, Two reliable young men
to distribute samples In city. Enquire
Raymond Thomas, 85 Fort King Ave.

PORTO RICO'S XEW WONDER
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
cured me about five time. of terrible
coughs and colds, also my brother of a
severe cold in his chest and more than
20 others, who used It on my advic.
We hope this great medicine will be
sold in every drugstore in Porto Rico."
For throat and lung troubles it has no
equal. A trial will convince you of its
merit. 50c and 51. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Ad.

Don't waste money ty tmylng
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
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
relieve the pain and soreness. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.

Miss Kathleen Dillarl of Clearwa Clearwater,
ter, Clearwater, who has been at the Marion Coun County
ty County Hospital for some weeks. was
operated on yesterday, ani is doinsr
well today. There are eight patients
in the hospital, and all are doing well.

Could We Afford
To positive'v ffiurantee WHITE
CLOVr.R FLOUU if we d.d not
KNOW ihii it is near perfect in
c r tail jnJ pjrtiviiijr xs the
icf f'Ci- of millintf ccu!J pro l-ice.
P.t-tti-r bread. bicmt. roils. pie
an J p.itr w ill be the int ulie re re-kult
kult re-kult Ifom tiding
White Clover Flour
"YOUR GROCER HAS IT"

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FOR SALE
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
Miicaster & Bell
REAL ESTATE ARID INSURANCE
Ocala Board of Trade Rooms
OCALA - - FLORIDA

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THE PLUMBING BUSINESS

R. E. Yonge & Co. are again in the
plumbing: business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Phone 26. Respectfully,
Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.

FLAGGED TRAIN WITH SHIRT

Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ral Raleigh,
eigh, Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck
with Electric Bitters. "I was In a
terrible plight when I began to use
them," he writes, "my stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all badly af affected
fected affected and my liver was In bad condi condition,
tion, condition, but four bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters made me feel like a new man. A
trial will convince you of their match matchless
less matchless merit -for any stomach, liver or
kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company. Ad.

W. G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
i O. BOX 46 OCAJLA. FLA.
HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED

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-la.
la. Lavon-la. Fa. "I have used It with all my
children and the results have been
highly satisfactory." For sale by all
dealers. Ad.

CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. XL, on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, IL P.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad.

"There could be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My
children were all sick with whooping
cough. One of them was in bed. had
a hih fever and was coughing up
blood. Our doctor gave them Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the flrst
dose eased them, and three bottles
cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
all dealers. Ad.

A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat repeat-ins:
ins: repeat-ins: fchoteun. Just the thins for ladles'

"use, at B. Goldman's. Why Pay

More? Ad. ll-'5-d3t

Rub-My-Tism will cure you. Ad.

j NOTICE TO CREDITORS
! Notice is hereby given to all cred cred-I
I cred-I .tors, legatees, distributees and all
(Other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Cora Lv

Smith, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 27th. 1912. Rena 1 Smith.
As Executrix Last Will and Testament
of Cora L Smith, Deceased.



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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,
Shot Guns, Revolvers, Pistols, Trunks,
Alligator Bags and Suit Cases, Musical
Instruments of all Kinds, Tools for
all Trades.

Alabama 12
Arizona 3
AfkinsaS
riiLiornii
Colorado 6
Connecticut 7
Delaware 3
Floridi 6
George 11
Idaho
Illinois 29
Indiana 15
Iowa 13
Kansas 10
Kentu.ky 13
Louisiana 10
Maine 6
Maryland
Massachusetts 18
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi 10
Missouri 13
Montana
Nebraska 8
Nevada 3
New Hampshire 4
New Jersey 14
New Mexico 3
New York 45
North Carolina 12
North Dakota 5
Ohio 24
Oklahoma. 10
Oregon 5
Pennsylvania
Rhode IsHnd 5
South Carolina 9
South Dikota
Tennessee 12
Texas 23
Utah
Vermont
Virginia 12
Washington
West Virginia 8
Wisconsin 13
'Wyoming 3

65.500
15.V5
&6.2UQ
313.345
luo.aw
73.601
21.000
ijo.iOO
93.657
'io.OOO
4tf).387
252. 0U0
2il.bo5
115. 000
191.457
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50.945
112.122
17u.'.5
210.U00
1U.OU0
351.933
44.920
109.0I0
$.854
34.846
168.0UO
27.00)
648.006
150.000
35.000
448.700
123. 'M
21.4X0
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60.OU0
55. WO
121. 00
220. (W0
35.01)0
15.397
78.6J1
94.130
111.8-59
213.5-KJ
16.200

Total 433-67.847

35 a i i
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jbo .S 0 o o
.... 19.0M .... 8.350 X.600 745
11.3-15 4.755 liO 76
37.550 30.400 7.5JO 1.300
13 332.250 3.0a5 8.500 14.220
7S.0U0 75.000 10.4UO 6.220
33.546 .... 67.258 .... 2.695 .... 8.620
13.0U0 12.UU0 472 802
7.000 b.OuO 4.220 1.429
21.945 .... 5.1C7 925 .... 1.134
.... 2.0U0 4 43.000 7.H0Q 2.420
.... 451.6S4 266.12S 65.000 34.364
.... 145.000 .... 132.000 21.0U0 .... 18.250
.... 21S.S01 .... 15.5.748 .... 20.000 .... 10.402
lOo.UOO 60.a 20.000 6.307
.... 93.0.16 93.133 5.SU6 6.409
13.V50 4.000 3.500 380
.... 48.3X7 .... 26.504 .... 1.S20 .... 1.650
57.679 .... 54.643 2.891 3.6S4
.... 140.152 .... 153.255 .... 19.807 .... 4.620
15 250.000 .... 190.000 .... 17.735 18.507
12 116.000 7.500 19.731 13.711
5.000 3.000 1.0D4 735
.... 145.2S8 215.986 20.000 5.500
22.540 27.760 12.507 1.007
7.4.W 5S.000 5.777 6.382
.... 6.112 .... 3.705 .... 2.107 107
.... 19.812 .... 33.105 1.442 1.087
.... 133.000 .... 110.000 .... 17.805 .... 5.307
22.000 15.000 1.056 504
.... 31.500 .... 477.274 .... 44.000 26.650
.... 50.000 .... 35.000 a.. 584 .... 478
.... 27.500 .... 25.000 .... 2.870 .... 1.807
.... 253.564 .... 312.600 .... 43.292 .... 13.007
SO. 000 27.504 2.754
22120 22.490 10.876 3.506
38 443.708 315.145 100.000 23.502
.... 16.48 .... 27.755 .... 1.950 .... 1.105
.... 1.2U) .... 3.000 .... 108 503
5 60.000 3.407 4.602
78.500 5S.CO0 2.342 581
47. 500 35.000 11.50 1.856
13.000 4 40.000 6.720 325
.... 22.323 4 23.247 .... 1.123 .... 972
.... 13.670 .... 21.131 .... 1.720 .... 1.242
7 125.265 .... 75.145 .... 17.426 .... 5.300
.... 72.915 .... 55.114 .... 20.&X) 5.620
.... 35.000 .... 173.500 .... 60.000 .... 13.640
.... 3.000 .... 16.000 2.300 .... 94
90-4.251.4C0 12-3.G33.886 .... 6C2.C83 .... CE0.3C1

If You Are In Need of Money
Don't hesitate to ca41 on us, as all of our
Business is Strictly Confidential.

OCA LA

PAWN

HOP

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ALE

25 CHOICE KENTUCKY HORSES 25
At J. D. McDulfy's Stables, Ocala, Ha.
TUESDAY, MOV. UMtio

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DEMOCRATS WIN CONGRESS I

Demccrats Have Large Majority in
the House and Will Control the
Senate by Small Margin.
For the first time in eighteen years
the Democratic party has captured
the executive and legislative branch branches
es branches of the National Government, and
will be in position to take positive
control of the situation March 4.
Woodrow Wilson's vote in the
Electoral college will be 433, William
Howard Taft will have eight and
Theodore Roosevelt is credited with
90. The Wilson vote marks a new
record in national elections, although
his populair vote will be less than
that of any President elected since
1892.
Eighteen Democratic Governors
were chosen out of the twenty seven
voted for.
Enough State Legislatures were
changed from Republican to Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic to overcome the Republican
majority in the Senate. Poindexter,
elected from Washington as a Pro Progressive,
gressive, Progressive, announced that he will bolt
the Republican caucus when he re returns
turns returns to Washington.
When it became apparent that Wil Wilson
son Wilson had swept the country main in

terest centered in the race between

Taft and Rocsevelt, the party win winning
ning winning second place gaining many ad advantages,
vantages, advantages, such as representation on
nonpartisan commissions and on elec election
tion election boards. While the Bull Moose
ticket undoubtedly had an aggregate
vote in the country much greater than
that of the regular Republicans, it
came third on state tickets in many
important commonwealths, notably
New York, Ohio and Illinois, and in
the latter state the Election Board is issue
sue issue already has been decided in favor
of the Republican organization.
The strength of the Socialist vote
is one of the features of the election,
especially in the industrial centers of
the Middle West, where there is more
than one place Debs outran his three
presidential rivals. The one national
asset of the Socialist party. Represen Representative
tative Representative Victor Berger, however, went
down to defeat in his efforts to se secure
cure secure reelection from the Milwaukee
District, and several Socialistic city
governments were rebuked by the vo voters
ters voters by retirement from office.
President Taft captured two states
one in New England and the other
in the far West. Roosevelt. ook one
Eastern state, two from the Middle
West and one from the far West and
one Pacific coast state. Wilson took
all the others.

Governors Elected. Their Party
Affiliations and Pluralities.

Popular Vote for President
Election of 1908.

at

Tl 3 111 A 1. .. m MmW 1 V .. M .m m -m

xiiis niu in? me ranu couecuon oi "ingn class iveniucKy iiorses cumins uirect iroui tne ureeuing i
farms. They are thoroughly broken nnl ready for immediate use. Among them can be found a number of j
good farm teams, farm mares and g neral purpose horses. Also some good, useful livery, saddle and road j
horses; n fact, there will be some of all sizes to select from. They can le seen and driven by all intending)
buyers. Exchange or private sales will be made any time before the AUCTION" SALE opens.
The Auction sale starts promptly at 1 p. m., Tuesday, November 19, 1912, when every horse will posi- j

tiveiy De sola to tne Highest bidder at the J. 1. Mcinmy Stables.

P. G. WALEMON

Shipper

State.
Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut ..
Delaware
Florida
Gf-orRia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky ....
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota ....
Mississippi ...
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hamp....
New York ....
New Jersey...
North Carolina
North Dak....
Ohio
Oklahoma ....
Oregon
Pennsylvania..
Rhode Island.
So. Carolina..
Fo. Dakota....
Tennessee ....
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington ..
TVest Virginia.
Wlsronsrn
Wyoming

Taft.
liep.
25.'3
57.T91
214.3)
112.S15
2-S.''7
30,k.4
41.612
:"2.5T
2T..2H)
r:.ri
233.711
1W.513
2C;
233.313
4..VS
34i'.9i5
- 'VV
125.997
l'214
53.144
S7O.07O
225.29?
114.S24
.57.741
572.312
C2.C-VJ
745.773
43f42
3.3
67.4-i
11S.S19
1.015
..sr-2
52.S73
If!
ir:-9
247.747
2.Mo

Bryan.
Dem.
74.374
SS.5S4
127.4:2
CS.253
22.072
31.K4
72.3.V)
35.1ft5
45SV)
S3s.2:2
20A.771
151.209
24492
3.58
33.403
115.9CS
1..54.1
174.313
lf.4l
GA.S7
S45.VS9
2?.32
131 .fK
lrt.Cj
33.655
G77.4SS
1S2.522
136.928
32.935
502.721
122.4"!
.?.049
44S.7S3
24.70
62.28
. 40.266
13519
216.737
42,601
11.4f
f2.946
5S.6P1
11L418
16.22
14.31

Chafin.

Pro.
6:2
I. 1F,1
31.770
5.'T.3
2.a
677
i.r.5
1. (9
2. W.3
29.3;4
1S45
9.S37
:..
ri7
3.303
4.374
16.705
10,114
4 in
'S57
5,173
""905
22.667
4,J30
360
1.156
II. 402
262
26.694
1,014
"V.C29
2es

799
1.111
4.70
5. 139
ll,
66

Debi.
Soc.
1.317
5.7-.0
2. 659
7.974
6.113
240
3.747
54
6.405
34.711
13.47S
.2S7
12.4.
4A51
2.538
1.75
2.3r,
10.779
11.-27
14.4-59
1.048
15.398
5.855
3.524
2.-'9
1.293
38.451
10.243
2.424
33.795
21.779

7.333
33.913
1.3-15

2.'4S
1.8S2
4.S55

14 177
3.679
2S.1R4
1.715

Colorado Flumlity.
E. K. Ammons. Democrat 20.000
Connecticut
Siraeon E. Baldwin. Democrat 7.000
Delaware Delaware-Charles
Charles Delaware-Charles R. Miller. Republican 1.605
Florida Florida-Park
Park Florida-Park Trammell. Democrat 30.000
Idaho
John M. Haines. Republican 788
Illinois
Edward F. Dunne. Democrat 110,654
Indiana Indiana-Samuel
Samuel Indiana-Samuel H. Ralston. Democrat 97.000
Iowa Iowa-George
George Iowa-George J. Clarke. Republican 81S(
Kansas
George H. Hodges. Democrat 500
Massachusetts Massachusetts-Eugene
Eugene Massachusetts-Eugene N. Foss. Democrat 48.650
Michigan
Woodbridte N. Ferris. Democrat 10 435
Minnesota
A. O. Lberhart. Republican 10.000
Missouri
Eliot W. Maior. Democrat 115.000
Montana
Sam V. Stewart. Democrat 12.000
Nebraska
J. II. Morehead. Democrat 15.030
New Hampshire
Framdin Worcester. Republican
Legislature elects.
New York York-William
William York-William Sulzer. Democrat 1 150.003
North Carolina
Lotke Craig. Democrat 50,000
North Dakota
L. B. Hanna. Republican 2.000
Ohio Ohio-James
James Ohio-James M. Cox. Democrat 90.000
Rhode Island Island-Theodore
Theodore Island-Theodore F. Greene. Democrat 2.000
South Carolina
Cole L. Blease, Democrat 50,000
South Da.k )ta
Frai.k M. BjTne. Republican 2.000
Teiinesst-e
Ben W. Hooper. Republican 5,003
Teias
Oscar C. Colauitt.DeaiDcrat 193.00
Washington
Ernest Lister. Democrat 4.000
West Virginia
H. D. Hatfield. Repubhcan 3.000
Wisconsin Wisconsin-Francis
Francis Wisconsin-Francis E. McGovern. Republican 5.00D
Plans Forming fcr Party Control
Following the assurance that the
Democrats will control the senate fcr
the purpose of legislation and the
prosecution of ordinary partisan legis legislation,
lation, legislation, lines are already being laid for
control within the party. This fore foreshadows
shadows foreshadows a sharp struggle between the
so-called Progressive element of the
party for the control of committee ma machinery
chinery machinery of the upper house.
Rumors of the impending clash
based upon sentiments privately ex expressed
pressed expressed by the Progressive Democrats
were supported by the arrival in
Washington of William Jennings
Bryna and the announcement that
Colonel Bryan would remain 'there
for some time.
Congress, after March 4, will be
dominated by Progressive Democratic
influence, in the opinion of Mr. Bryan,
who was in Washington on his way to
Florida with Mrs. Bryan. The Com
moner, however, declined to give an
opinion on th extra sesesion question
or to say whether he will accept or re reject
ject reject a place in President elect Wilson's
cabinet.

Electoral Vote Tor President at
Election of 1908.

State.
Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
IMaware
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota ..
Ohio
Oklahoma
Orecon
Pennsylvania ...
Rhode Island ...
South Carolina
South Dakota ..
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virrinia
Washington .....
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Taft. Bryan-

R.

10

7
3

3
27
15
13
10

6
2
16
14
11
is
3

4
12
39

D.

11
9

5
12

13
0

10

4
23

4
34
4

Total 7.677.021 6.406.1S2 250. 4 SI 412.330 j Total

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. 7
. 13
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13
7

12
13

12

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The very acme of quality In
ROASTS POULTRY
CHOPS BACONS
SAUSAGE BOLOGNA
STEAKS HAMS
Is always to be had here where qual quality
ity quality and close prices go hand In hand.
We will convince you that this Is the
market for .you to patronize If you will
but grant us the trial. Phone 108.
W. II. MARSTI, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY EDWARDS MARKS"

"Queen of Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS & MIXERS' TRANS TRANSPORTATION
PORTATION TRANSPORTATION COMPANY STEAM.
SHIP LINES
From Jacksonville to Savannah, Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston
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Fin steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for boqklet.
H. C. AVERY. Agent.
Jacksonville. Fl.
L. D. JONES. C. A..
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fl.
FlneM CoaotTvlnr Tr! i the World

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WE CAN SUPTL1 YOU WITH
PURE ICE

For AH Purposes, Whether Your-

Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.

PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.

OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA

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WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
PHONE 290.
aggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture

and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Order.

WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Cot
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other

FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTFRN
Beef, Pork and Mutton
FRESH
APALACHICOLA OYSTERS
Fresh and Sail Water
FISH
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
HENRY HOLLAND
Phone 351 Stall No. 5
City Market

Foley Kidnsy Fills
tONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and LADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION cf the
BLADDER and all annoying URINARl
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE end for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOM.V.NDATIOai
B. a. Dmrl. Z1 Wathiortoo fr-u, Cooberml,
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ate It mffared tantH from rry 'i'.f -irt.
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Fr Sal hj Aatl-Sloav! Drnitef



FOUR

OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1912
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V.

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6

Ladies' Chif Chiffon
fon Chiffon Evening
Dresses
These are made over
China Silk. We have
(hem in all colors and
sizes. Made in the
very latest drape ef effect
fect effect and are easily
worth $15.00. Price
for Monday to Sat Saturday
urday Saturday only

$9.00

IP

todu-to-wearlM

An Interesting Display andSale of

To-Wear Goods of Every Nature

Ready-- I S

Ladies'
Charmoose
Dresses
Snitable for afternoon
wear. We have them
in Brown, Navy and
Taupe, all sizes. They
are made with latest
Robespierre Collars.
The real value of these
dresses are $12.50,
Monday only
$7.98

fflEAlY-TO-WEM

WEEK

An Intensely Interesting Display and, Sale of Ready-To-Wear
Goods of Every Nature for an Entire Week. Something new in a store
event. "READY-TO-WEAR-WEEK" is planned to demonstrate, in a fmfnl rnn-

vincing way, the thoroughly satisfying stocks you can find at this stere and impress upon you our value-giving ab ability.
ility. ability. Realizing the enthusiastic interest and selling this timely and important event is bound to bring about, we
purchased in the past few weeks many lots of DESIRABLE NEW GOODS below market value to augment our own
splendid -stocks. The event, therefore, provides aside from extensive displays, a very unusual opportunity to secure
some EXTRAORDINARY VALUES. Every garment and every item of ready to use merchandise involved in this
store wide display and sale is of the present season's styles. : : : : : : : : : : :
So Important do we consider this event that we arc devoting every possible inch of store and window space to thei display ot the, goods
involved. If you rare to hhare ia tli exceptional rcouomies of KEADY-TO-WEAIS-WKEK and view the broadest, btvt collection of KKADY-T0-VEAK apparel and
READY-TO-USK merchandise shown in this city in years you will make a prompt visit to this store Monday morning -arly. Here are specimen values which emphasize
the wisdom of immediate attendance. : : : : : : : : : : : .

Ladies' Coats
We ljave the new Scotch Mixtures in
Tan and Gray. Some are Johnny
Coats, but most of them aie the long
coats. They are made lip to the min minute.
ute. minute. We have all sizes and a large as assortment
sortment assortment of designs.
They go at $11 50 and $12.98

r

Ladies' Eveeieg Dresses

This is the only store in Ocala handling a full line of evening dresses. We
have all the latest styles in fabrics and patterns. Our line consists of the
best for the money and are made right. Our prices for the entire garment
in a good many instances is far less than what you would "have to pay for
the making of it.
Puinoc cm nn coo Qtz

V : J

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Ladies' Suits

We have a real special to offer you
for next week and it is a good one.
An all wool Basket Weave Worsted
Suit, made in this seasons styles, all
colors and sizes Satin lined and a
good $18.00
Suit for $10 00

"CLASSY" SKIRTS
By the word "classy" we mean
the j- are up to date as to fabrics and
styles. We hare ten pretty models.
All wool goods, worth $10.
Our price is $5.08

J

LADIES' KIMONAS
This is the line that has always
been very hard for the consumer to
find in Ocala. We have a full as assortment
sortment assortment in long and short gar garments
ments garments and in various fabrics.
Our prices are from 48c to $4.08.

Ladies' Black Melton Coats

YTe have these in all styles and in
many prices. The styles in no .in .instance
stance .instance is too. extreme as we believe in
conservative fashions. You wiil find
all sizes. Our
Prices are from $3.98 to $18.75

r

Where You Will Eventually Trade
WHY NOT NOW ?

Ladies' Suits

We have put in about 20 of the very
latest style suits in this lot, most of
them cut in the new cutaway frock
style. These have guaranteed satin
linings. They are mostly black and
navy serges and are about as good
suits as will be seen here. The prices
vary from $25 00 and upward?.

Tbey will go at $19.95

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Boy's Clothing

This should be a very important item with
you as most boy's garments are not made
properly. We handle the best line that we
know of. Every boy's suit or pants we sell
we guarantee will wear satisfactory or we
will give you a new garment. Our boy's
suits are priced from $1.25 to $10.00.
The Pants Sell at 25c to $2.50

Men's Suits and Overcoats
Our aim for some time has been to close out all mixed goods
as we desire to handle only all wool fabrics in our clothing
department. We have succeeded in selling out of most mix mixtures,
tures, mixtures, so as to assure you that every suit or overcoat we sell
you ot $10-00 or more is guaranteed all wool.
For $10.00, $12.50 or $15.00
we will sell you a suit or overcoat that will meet every require requirement.
ment. requirement. See our line before you invest.

r

Save Sale Tickets

Save your sale tickets as they are valuable to
you On December 1st, we intend to give
away two nice Art Squares to the person
holding the largest amount in these tickets.
Ask us to explain to you it means a free
present if you are the lucky one. Mrs. J.
Lovell of Sparr, won a nice sewing machine
October 1st.

OUAXGE SPRINGS

Orange Springs. Nov. 13. Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Gerow. of Vinfcland, N. J.,
are guests of the Carlton House.
Mr. and Mrs. Kitts' carload of house household
hold household goods arrived last week and they
have moved out to their farm. Mrs.
Kitts brought her loom and is a car carpet
pet carpet weaver.
Dr. Floyd of Hawthorn made a pro professional
fessional professional visit to Orange Springs last
'Tuesday.
Canada is represented again at the
Kew South Farm and Home Company's
office. In the person of Mr. Archibald
C. Well.?, a new settler.
Mr. Herbert Feck, who was- reported
iulte ill last week, is rapidly improv improving,
ing, improving, his friends are glad to note.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crowell and
their two son. Messrs. C. S. an.l W. H.
Crowell of TaconiA. Wash., are regla regla-,
, regla-, terod at the Carlton House. They
oame to Florida to stay and will soon
move out to their farm.
Mr. James K. Ford is rushing the
work on his new house. When fm:?h fm:?h-d
d fm:?h-d It will be quite a substantial one.
The many friend? of M;ss Fessie
Porter are very glad to see her out
.ifter her recent Illness.
Mr. William J. Vaness, of Crpplc

Creek, Colo., is a new settler who ar arrived
rived arrived last week. He is a guest of the
Carlton House.
Mr. J. B. Hall started making syrup
yesterday. He has promised the young
people all sorts of sweet times, drink drinking
ing drinking Juice, chewing cane and making
candy. He wili probably have com company
pany company every evening.
Miss Mabelle Feck of Vineland, N.
J., arrived here last Tuesday and will
spend the winter with her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. P. W. Peck.
Mary Magdalenaf, the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bartow Har Harper,
per, Harper, died the th inst. and was buried
in the cemetery here. She was one
year, Ave months and eleven days old.
We are sorry to hear Mr. Harper has
others of his family who are quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. McLellen will soon be
eady to move out to their farm near
own.
Dr. Farramore still goes down to
Ocala for treatment. His friends are
pleased to note he improving.
Mr?. WImberly is trying to arrange
for her school to be represented at the
fair. The tar inaugurated a plan by
which all teachers and pupils should
feel grateful. Now it remains for the
parents to have the children take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the excellent opportunity,

which only comes once a year. The
following pupils were on the honor
roll: Olin K. Massey, Gladys Hall,
Dewey Herrin and Carlos Matchette.
Mr. Frank Foulkhard. Florida, and
Mr. G. W. McClellen. Kentucky, are
home seekers who registered at the
New South Farm and Home office this
week. This company seems quite busy
and new settlers are arriving each
day.
Mr. John Andrews, traveling sales salesman
man salesman for the Woods Dry Goods Com Company,
pany, Company, was calling on his customers
hre yesterday.
W. H. Masey & Co. are shipping a
carload of naval stores today. Since
getting their new still up they have
been running full time.
Mr. W. La. Cowart has a music
clas?. It is a real treat to hear Mrs.

Cowart play and we wi?h her much j
success. j
Rev. M. M. Lord was sick and did
rot tail his last appointment at this ;
place.
The election of "of:leers and teachers
of the Sunday school took place last ;
Sunday. The same teachers were re reelected
elected reelected and a temperance society
formed. Mis Hattie Carlton is pres president
ident president of the society, and is also orjan-
ist. She succeeds Miss Lois Massey. j

who has filled the place for several
years.
There is to be a Thanksgiving en entertainment
tertainment entertainment by the teacher, Mrs. J. R.
WImberly and the pupils, for the
benefit of the school house. Every Everybody
body Everybody should be Interested and help In
the much needed repairs.

WACAHOOTA

Wacahoota, Nov. 13. Mr. Cedric
Smith returned last Monday from a
visit to Fellowship and Cotton Plant.
Mrs. C. M. Smith and daughter. Miss
Rosalie, were shopping in Micanopy
Wednesday.
Mrs. James Hart and son, James and
daughter. Eloise of Edgefield. S. C.
and Mrs. C. G. Mixson and little
daughter of Gainesville, arrived Friday
and are the guests of their aunt, Mrs.
C. M. Smith.
Mr. W. J. Edwards and little son
William, of Ocala. and Mr. ani Mrs.
L. K. Edwards of Irv.ne and Mrs. Jud Jud-soi
soi Jud-soi Edwards of Ocala were guests of
Mrs. V. P. Smith last Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Watkins and
daughter. Miss Clarice of Micanopy
were week end visitors to Mr. and
Mrs. Retls Smith.
Mrs. T. N. Smith returned yesterday

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from a week's visit to relatives In
Gainesville and Williston.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
Miss Leola Smith of Williston visited
relatives here Sunday night.
Mrs. J. O. Tyson entertained Mr.
Mrs. Retis Smith, Mrs. T. N. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson at sup supper
per supper on, Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bmton spent
Sunday In Micanopy.
There has been quite a lot of sick sickness
ness sickness in the community recently but
everybody seems to be improving.

COTTON PLANT

Cotton Plant, Nov. 13. The election

is over and everyone Is delighted over
the election of Wilson and Marrball,
as well as the state and county of officers.
ficers. officers. "Digin' taters" is the occupation of
our farmers this week.
Judge C. R. Veal visited Ocala Sat

urday and returned home sick, but
j we are glad to say that it was not a
t serious attack and he is now "up and

doing.
Mr. A. W. Woodward made a busi business
ness business trip to Rivers' mill Tuesday.
Miss Carrie Earco accompanied Miss
Alta Reck home last Friday afternoon

and spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. J. L. Beck and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward and
children spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Steele of York.
Miss Leila Parker spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents and at attended
tended attended Sunday school at SL Johns
Sunday morning.
Mr. Karl Harris and Miss Carrie
Barco visited at the school house
Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Barco ealli n

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Veal Sunday aft

ernoon.
Mr. Jay Morris expects to leave for
Arcadia this week.
Little Miss Essie Woodward was
sick last Friday night and Saturday.

but we are glad to report her well

again.
Mr. Nichols of Pedro fnent Saturdav

and Sunday with his daughter. Miss

Annie at Mr. John Parker's. Mis An

nie is teaching the Homeland school.

Do you need a buffer, powder puff,
nail file, cuticle scissors, cuticle knife?
If bo, you can find quite a selection
and many others at the Court Pharm Pharmacy,
acy, Pharmacy, "the drugstore on the square." Ad.

Rub-My-Tism will cure you. Ad.



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SATISFACTION

Guaranteed or your money
refunded without question.
If it's a good thing you

ANNOUNCEMENT111 our mauy years of exPeriente in th merchandising world, it ha been our custom (as well as that of other merchants) to make
a large profit on goods sold during the buying season just before the Holidays. The public is now preparing for Fall and Winter
purchases, and we have decided to reverse the usual order of things by reducing our prices during this season, instead of charging a big profit at the beginning,
and practically giving away the remaining goods after the rush is over. This is an opportunity for you to make your Holiday purchases at prices that will mean
the saving of many dollars. Look for the Big Green Sign on the West Side of the Court House.

EAD EVEC5Y LOWE 0
A Whirlwind. Record Breakino

Ladies' Waists and
Skirts
59c grade ladies waists for . .43c
75c grade ladies' waists for . .59c
$1 grade ladies' waists for ....70c
$1.25 grade ladies' waists for. .80c
$1.50 grade ladies' waists for. .08c
$2 grade ladies' waists for ...81.33
$3 grade ladles' skirts for... 81.98
$3.50 ladies' skirts for 82.45
$4.25 ladies' skirts for 83.24
$6 ladies' skirts for 84.19
$7.50 ladies' skirts for $1.98
Altman voile skirts, regular $10.00
values, to go for $1.44
Sheets and Pillow Cases
50c 72x90 sheets for 35c
50c 81x90 sheets for 39c
Pillow cases 10c
72x90 Royal Blue sheets, 40c
81x90 Royal Blue sheets GOc
Royal Blue pillow cases ...12?c
Shirts
Ide and Cluett shirts, $1.50
$2.50 values, to go for...
and
08c

This is a Splendid Opportunity to do Your Holiday Shopping before the
LOOK FOR THE GREEN SIGNS

Ladies' 15 and 16 Button
High Top Shoes
$3.50 gun meal $2.15
$3.50 tans $2.60
$4 tans $3.00
$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 $4.08
Fancy all wool novelties, $5 and $6
values, to go for $1.00
$4 and $4.50 values for $3.25
One lot as a special value for. $2.77
$3 grade for $2.25
$2.50 grade for $1.00
$2 grade for $1.55
Blue Serges
$3.50 grade for $2.25
$4 grade for $2.00
$4.50 grade for $3.25
$5 grade for $3.85
Men's Dress Shirts
One lot of white linen full dres3
men's shirts, slightly stock worn,
to go while they last for 25c
Men's 25c suspenders to go for.. 17c

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 !of f ira.'e

OCALA

Combining the Globe and

Ladies' Velvet, Plush
and Fur Overcoats
$10 grade for 85.08
$12.50 grade tor S0.5U
$15 grade for 810.50
J. & P. Coats Thread
J. & P. Coates thread, will go dur during
ing during this sale for, per spool. . .4c
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 for per yard 15c
Bedspreads
$1 grade for 70c
$1.50 grade for 98c
$2 grade for 81.40
$2.50 and $3 grade for 81.08
Ladies9 Shoes
LOW CUTS
In Patent Leathers, Gun Metal.
Tan Vici, Tan and Vici Leathers, in
Button or Lace, Pumps or Straps.
$3.50 grade for $2.50
$3 grade for $2.10
$2.50 grade, for $1.05
$2 grade for $1.65
$1.75 grade for $1.30
Ladies' white canvas pumps and
strap pumps, $2 grade for $1.40
White buck pumps, $3.50 grade
for $2.00
One lot of Ladies' Suede, Satin
and Velvet Pumps to go at 25 per
cent below cost.
HIGH TOPS IX ALL LKATIIEHS
$3 grade for $2.25
$2.50 grade for $1.05
$2 grade for $1.60
$1.75 grade for $1.30
Men's Hose
They wear like $1, look like 50c.
and cost you only 25c
Men's pure silk hose.
Hose! Hose! Hose!
Men's plain and fancy half hose, 50c
grade for 35c
35c grade for 25c'
25c grade for 10c
19c grade for 12 c
9
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HE

EVEMXG STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1912

THE GLOBE'S

the Guarantee Clothing and Shoe Co's

W TIKI OS HERALD &G3E FULLY
Baraain Celebration Will last Fifteen Ttavs finiv

Whip Cord and Heavy
Dress Goods
In all shades and fancy, stripes.
25c grade, per yard 10c
39c grade, per yard 27c
75c grade, per yard 45c
$1.25 grade, per yard COc
Ladies'
High Grade Coat Suits
Io Cotton Worsted and Wool
Fabaics
$10 grade for $5.08
$12.50 grade for 87.08
$15 grade for $0.08
Children's Dresses
50c kind for 30c
75c kind for 53c
$1 kind for 70c
$1.25 kind for 88c
$1.50 kind for $1.00
$2 kind for $1.33
$2.50 kind for $1.69
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 the world world-famed
famed world-famed Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes. $20. $22.50, $25 and $27.50
suits, your choice $15.00
Men's Wool Coat
Sweaters
$1 grade 70c
$1.50 grade 08c
$2 grade $1.48
$2.50 grade $1.08
$3 grade $2.30
Men's Shoes
$3.50 grade for $2.50
$3 grade for $2.10
$2.50 grade for 81.05
$2 grade for $1.60
Work Shoes
$2 U. S. Army shoe, plain toe or
cap, for $1.20
Heavy gun metal work shoes $1.60
Black, green or tan elk shoes $1.05
r

BIG

A Few Real Values in
Domesties
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?ic
10-4 bleached sheeting, (Rogers)
sale price 21c
9-4 unbleached sheeting, sale price,
per yard 19c
Extra heavy Black Hock unbleached
sheeting, 36 inches wide, to go
per yard 7Hc
Specials
27-inch flouncing, per yard ...18c
45-inch flouncing, per yard.... 45c.
Canton flannel, per yard 7Hc
Swiss embroidery, 5 to 10 inches
wide, at per yard 7 He
Ladies' black silk underskirts to go
for $1.08
Quilts and Comforts
$1 grade for 70c
$1.50 grade for 08c
$2 grade for $1.50
$3 grade for $2.29
Stacy Adams Shoes
FOR MEX
Sold everywhere for $5.50, $6 and
$6.50, to go for $2.08
Rain-Proof 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 $1.08
Suspenders
President suspenders to go while
they last for 35c
Men's Paris hose supporters. ,10c
B. V. D.
B. V. D. underwear to go for. .35c
Maxim Hats
One lot of 500 men's felt hats to go
..............

IDoinL9lt

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

Florida

Square. Praces are IRiQiit I

REMEMBER!

Be sure you are in the right
place, look for the large
green canvas signs on the
west side of the Courthouse
Stocks
Ladies'
Gowns, Chemise, Etc.
50c gowns and chemise for.... 30c
75c gowns and chemise for,.. 53c
$1 gowns and chemise for ....COc
$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.... 829
$1 princess slips for COc
$1.50 princess slips for 08c
$2 princess slips for $1.33
$2.50 princess 6llps for $1.77
$3 princess slips for $2.29
Gore vests ."Pc
Staples
Homespun, 36 Inches wide, to go
for per yard 5c
Amoskeag gingham, during this
sale, for per yard ...OHc
Rockland gingham during this sale,
for per yard 4Hc
Chambray, in all shades, to go for
per yard 8c
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 FOR MEX
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 tor Men
In all leathers, to go in this big
celebration for $2.08
Sale Closes
Monday, Dec. 2nd

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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
Fall Cream Edam Cheese in tins 50c
French Roquefort Cheese in individual jars 20c
French Roquefort Cheese in large jars 35c
Chester " 35c
Brie " " 35c
Camembert " " 35c
German Camembert " tins 50c
Brie " 50c
Roquefort " 50c
Bierkase 50c
Dutch (Vazet) 4 40c
Switzerland Sap Sago" cakes each 10c
Italy Grt. Parmasan " large bottles . 25c
" small 15c
American Club (ars 15c
large 25c
" Pimento " small 15c
" Philadelphia Cream Cheese in Jars 15c
" Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil 10c
Shef fords Snappy Cheese in fin foil 10c
Dill Pickles, the good kind from Germany, dozen 20c
Pate de Foie Gras, with Truffles, large ars S1.25
" " 4 .small $1.00
Truffes Brossees in large bottles 75c
44 small 44 50c
Boneless Anchovies in oil 44 35c
Puree of Partridge with Truffles per tin 25c
44 44 Venison 44 44 44 44 25c
44 Quail 44 44 44 44 25c
Pure de Foie Gras 44 4- 4 44 25c
The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Ale, 20c bottle, per dozen $1.90
Knorr's Consomme Cubes 3c
44 Soup Tablets 10c
Japanese Preserved Jinger, small pots 30c
large 44 60c
Heckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quaits
. Eo leap! (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida

Woi by Jnliun II row of Orala on tbe
G. M. A. Team
The Star clij.s th following from

the Atlanta Cutis tit utior.. The Brown
1 referred to 1 Julius Iirown. the clever
jar.i sturdy ?on of Mr. ar.3 Mrs. Jake
? Iirown of this city, whose fri-n-3s re re-ijoice
ijoice re-ijoice with them in their son's success.
! Before one of the larsrest crowds
assembled at a i.rep football same this
; season. Boys Hih School w ent down
;ln defeat yesterday afternoon at the
i hands of the Georgia Military Acad Academy
emy Academy at Ponce de Leon by the score of

16 to 0.
G. M. A.'s. first score ca:r.e in the

; opening quarter. with the ball on
high school's seven-yard line. Fox at attempted
tempted attempted a kick which was blocked
and went straight up. When it had
'touched the jrround. it rolle 1 behind
the high school goal, when. Knox fell
jupon It. The referee declared a safe safe-ity.
ity. safe-ity. thereby putting the G. M. A. two
points to the good.
The final touchdown ctrr.e as the
result of several linebucks. and a six six-lyard
lyard six-lyard buck by Urwn. Brown also
; kicked the goal. The second touch touch-jdown
jdown touch-jdown was the result of a great run
by Brown for ZO yards for a touch touchdown.
down. touchdown. He again kicked the goal,
i For the high school the work of
Fox and Knox stood out above that

of their fellow-players. The team was
in a bad condition for the ;'arae. two
regular backs being out. For inter intercepted
cepted intercepted one of G. M. A's. passes and
ran 2Z yards before he wa downed

'by Brown.

For G. M. A. Brown was easily the

Kvery body Help ke Parade of tae
Work Horaea

We want to beg all persons owning
horses to enter them for the work workhorse
horse workhorse parade. This will also Include
mules. We also want family horses,
ponies and saddle horses in this pa parade.
rade. parade. We expect to have all the city
hordes and mules In line. Ocala has
some beautiful horses in all thesa
classes.
We want to make this parade one
of the best features of the fair. Own Owners
ers Owners can use this as a medium for ad advertising
vertising advertising their business. The Humane
Society hopes this will be the mean
of bringing about a better condition
of the work horses, and then other
towns and cities throughout the state
will perhaps take up the movement.
We are trying to see as many people
as possible, but it is impossible to see
everybody, and we would be pleased to
have all who can. take part.
See or call up on phone Mr. H. S.
Chambers. Mrs. Perdue Mrs. Sistrunk
or Mrs. D. M. Smith, the committee. A
list of the pri'es. to be given In the
work-horse parade, will be published
in Mondaj-'s Star.

E & (So
Satariay,..

Holiday, aid Tiesiay's

M IR R KLL-J A X X El-

star. Besides preventing

his

team

from being scored upon by downing
Fox, he made bot hof the touchdowns,
one for a run of six yards and the
other fifty. Babb also played a good
game. The victory gives the pennant
of the league to G. M. A., having come
through with a clean slate.

CANDIDATE FOIt COTX ll.MAX

The Star has received the following
announcement :
"Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilber; lanney
announce the marriage of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Florence Belle, to Mr. Robert Blair
Murrell. on Wednesday, September the
fourth, one thousand nine hundred and
twelve. Riverside. California."
All Mr. Murrell's friends in Ocala,
and they are many, will Join in con congratulations
gratulations congratulations to him and his bride.
"Bob" Murrell worked for several
years with the Star and made a re record
cord record as a smart, industrious and relia reliable
ble reliable employe, and also won personal
good .will by his obliging and cheerful
temperament. We hope to hear of hl.s
combined success and happiness.

SALE

Mr. 31. M. Little Friend k Him to
Stand for Election
Ocala, Fla.. Nov. 12, 1912.
To M. M. Little, Ocala, Fla.
Dear S'r: We the undersigned citi citizens
zens citizens of the second ward of the city of
Ocala hereby petition you to become
a candidate for alderman of the said
ward to be voted for at the city elec election
tion election to be held December 10. 1312.
Respectfully submitted,
J. W. Akin, J. T. Jones, Isaac Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, B. Rheinauer, Edwin Spencer, Jr.,
B. F. Ballard, C. M. Livingston. A. E.
Burnett, Xat Peyser, M. A. TenEyck,
Wilbur Counts, C. A. Ton, W. J. Sher Sheridan,
idan, Sheridan, J. P. Phillips. L N. Green. Jno.
L. Edwards, C. E. Thomas, M. L. Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, L. Dozier, J. R. Moorhead. R. B.
Bullock, H. B. Clarkson, C. E. Nelson.
J. B. Carlisle, Jr., Geo. J. Elitch, G. E.
McGahagin. A. J. Brizance. Don Pea Pea-body,
body, Pea-body, M. Frank, T. D. Lancaster, J. H.
Benjamin.

TEMPLE THEATER

The Temple Theater will open
promptly at T o'clock tonight with
high class licensed pictures and music
by an excellent four-piece orchestra.
The prices will be 5-10 cents. The fol following
lowing following pictures will be shown:
"Written in the Sand." An exciting
sea story of seafaring life, full of
thrills, by the Vitagraph Co.
"The Love Test," An Essanay com comedy,
edy, comedy, a scream of laughter from start
to finish.
Jim Bludsoe.' A great story by
the Kalem Co., taken from the well
known poem by ex-Secretary of State
John Hay.

H7.AR AXD OYSTER M I'PER i

Ily tbe I'. U. V. Wednendny Evening.
Dee. 4, at tbe Woman C lub
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will hold a bazar and oyster supper
on the afternoon and evening of Dec.
4th, at the Woman's Club rooms.

FOR SALE

I The following varieties of fine cab cabbage
bage cabbage plants: Wakefield, Henderson's
Success and the Flat Dutch. Call or
order by mail. Address, C. Carmichael.
Ocala, or T. L. Bowers, Silver Springs.
Fla. 11-1-lm

NOTICE
The Marion Accounting Company
will open offices Monday, Nov. 18th,
1912, in the Carn block first door south
of Cam-Thomas Grocery Co., on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, and wish to call the at attention
tention attention of the business men of Ocala
upon whom our representatives have
not called to the company, who will
solve their credit difficulties with
neatness and dispatch. We handle
credits of all kinds for firms and in individuals,
dividuals, individuals, attend to property and
rents, and any other matter for which
we may be called upon, giving same
our prompt attention. A request will
bring our representative to your home
or place of business to explain to you
where we can save you money. The
leading business and professional men
are now handling th-"r credits through
this company.
Ad) Marion Accounting Co.

Dan J. Joyce, Sanvllle, Henry Co.,
Virginia, says: "I took a cold with a
cough which hung on for two years.
Then I commenced using Foley's Honey
, and Tar Compound and the cough
finally left me and now I am perfectly
strong and well." Is best for child child-I
I child-I ren and contains no opiates. For sale
J at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

WEATHER KKPOKT

Clear, northwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 42 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 65 degrees
Average, 48 degrees.
Traces of rain.

WEATHER FORECAST

OPEN DAY AM) NIGHT

; Mercliant3 Cafe, A, C. L. depot cor cor-;ner.
;ner. cor-;ner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
j any hour. Ad.

Fair tonight, probably light frost
interior north portion; Sunday fair
and slightly warmer north and central
portion.

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
if XA7"l11 TXOxr imn irTrnof irlrf n mm

vcxy jfuu lu hi vcouaLC uui
t i

prices oeiore you maKe your pur

chases elsewhere.
WE ARE ONLY MENTIONING A FEW PRICES:

HEARD IX OCAIiA

HELP WANTED

STOUFFEIRaS chM&I&s

WANTED Young single man of ex experience
perience experience to run small commissary. Also
bookkeeper and stenographer. Married
man preferred. Both must be strictly
sober. Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla.

OCALA LODGE XO. 2), II. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6. 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.

i

FOR REXY

FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light ho'isekeep ho'isekeep-!
! ho'isekeep-! 'ng. 23 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
' FOR RENT Nine-room house, three
I blocks from postoffice. Apply to T.
C. Thomsen. postoffice, or 31 N. 3rd
street, West. 11-15

FOR SALE
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This outfit is almost
new and cost S450, but we offer it for
$1ZQ spot cash. The Success Furniture
Co. 11-1
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A
motorcj'cle. Apply to B x 15, Anthony.

Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same

WINDOW

Ac Eo BTOMETT
THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

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

Dad Raeka Made Strong Kidney Ilia
Correeted
All OTer Ocala you hear it. Doan's
Kidney Pills are keeping up the good
work, curing weak kidneys, driving
away backache, correcting urinary
ills. Ocala people are telling about It
telling of bad backs made sound
again. You can believe the testimony
of your own townspeople. They tell it
for the benefit of you who are suffer suffering.
ing. suffering. If your back aches, If you feel
lame, sore and miserable. If the kid kidneys
neys kidneys act too frequently, or passages
are painful, scanty and off color, use
Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that
has helped so many of your friends and
neighbors. Follow this Ocala citizen's
advice and give Doan's a chance to do
the same for you.
Sterling Hooper, barber. Orange
Ave., Ocala, Fla., says: "I have no hes hesitation
itation hesitation In recommending Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills. Off and on I have taken
this remedy for backache and other
troubles, caused by weak kidneys and
I have been greatly benefited. I got
Doan's Kidney Pills from Tydings &
Co's. drugstore and I do not hesitate
one minutes In recommending them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbum Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 3.

SEED OATS
Thirty Day and Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.

OLLIE MORDIS' MARKET OPEN

The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
hand 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.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.

In damp, chilly weather there Is al-
way? a large demand for Ballard's
I Snow Liniment because many people
! who know by experience Its great re re-!l:eving
!l:eving re-!l:eving power in rheumatic aches and
! pains, prepare to apply It at the first
j twinge. Price, 2Sc, f Oc. and $1 per
j bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.

L idies' Sweaters, ranging in price from
Motors, While. Red and Clue

$1.49

and
up

25 Yards 27 inch Sheeting, north $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 aon;

Men's Sweaters, ranging in price from

$1.23

and
up

Men's Underwear, ranging in price from .

23c

and
up

Men's Neckwear, ranging in price from

17c

and
up

Ladies' and Misses Low Heel High Boots in
While, worth $2.50. Sale price

$1.98

Ladies' and Misses Medium Heel Boots, in White,
worth $2.50. Sale price

Ladies' High Reel Boots, White, worth $3.00. Sale

$1.98
$2.29

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

MAY

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I BEUTDFOL BEDS

The boy's appetite is often the
source of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only create a
healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and enable it to do its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers. Ad.

Huntsville. Ala. VT. C. Tollard, a
well known citizen says: "I have
used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
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.

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We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.

We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different price?.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are Folid brass beds, the

kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark

green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimming.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE

Ocala. Florida

PHONES:

OFFICE:

Office, 233. Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Dr. McClane'a Residence, 407. Corner of Public Iquare
Aotet Calls made by special appeJataaeat. Special Gealt Crtaary Cllale
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6. Mrads From a Mary

The Invitation

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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

"Last week I told a close frien d that I would save about ten dol

lars from my wage3 this month. Yesterday he came to me to see if I j v, .
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woujq loan mm nve aouars. tie nas anoiner jod ax. oeuer wages, out am

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:

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

r.-rtainly growing

WE INVITE YOU
Would it not be an Immense advantage, in event of illness, or ac accident,
cident, accident, or any other cause where by 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 a nd open an account with $1 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-HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

ari'l Improving

Judge I). S. Williams says every everything
thing everything is in readiness at the fair
grounds.

Mr. W. C. Dlanchard. after over a
week of sickness, is able to be out

again.

A full line of enameled ware and

flower pot at a bargain at the Ocala
I Seed Store. Ad.

! Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West have moved
I into their pretty new home on South
Istreet.

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

Messrs. Chas. L. Fox and Ivan La Lanier
nier Lanier are expected home from Atlanta

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A (tomorrow afternoon.

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

A i FOR SALE ?500 worth of dia

monds; cash or trade. J. L. B., care
Star office. 11-16

Pearl tooth brushes a"e sold at
GeriR's Dru Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.

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Phones. 20 and 279. Ceng s

Stores. Ad.

i:.tsy on your pocketbook, but we j b Jame (,haco

give- your It-et nts. iv.ttie s Mioe
Parlor. Ad.

Methodist
P.ev. J. B. Ley. Pastor.
Tf.e revival continues with growing
interest. Three special services to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Mr. Norton, the evangelist,
will speak at 11 a. m., at 3:30 p. m.
and T p. m. A cordial welcome to alL
Presbyterian
(Pastor. Rev. V.". IL Dodge, D. D.)
&:45 a. m. Sunday School
11 a m. Sermon.
2 p. m. The Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. 7 p. m. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to the
public.
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Baptist
Bunyan Stephens. Tastor
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
V. a. m. Preaching service. Topic,
-The One Talent."
Z:?,0 p. m. Junior Union.
6:45 p. m. Senior Union.
7:30 p. m. Special service of song.
A special choir.
A picked orchestra.
Ten soul-filling selections.
A hearty welcome to all.
Christian
(W. II. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. i. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
p. m. Junior C. K.
7 p. m. Sermon.
Kveryho 'y welcome.
Junior C. E. Program
Topic, "Work in India."
Text. Isaiah 40:3-3.
Klizabeth Cowdrick, leader.
Song.
Prayer.
Kihlf ?on road by leader.

Study. i.cp of India; name stations.

Less.m story by Virginia P.eckham.
I Olive Whitley. James Gilmore.

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only at the Rexall

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Corn Remover actually re-
23c. at botli Gerig's Drug
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j Missionary quiz. Work in India, by
i Caroline Borden. j
Mission study by Mrs. Thompson,
j Bible vers- beginning with D.

Appointment of committees.
Reports of treasurer and secretary.
Roll call.
Mizpah.

HAT'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, Ponder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Marlon lariware Co.

Ir. W. V. Xewsom went to Green

today, to visit the family of Mr.

iT. 15. Dowling. formerly of this city.

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are home from Citrus county court.
They will be in Ocala all next week
and go to P.rooksville week after next.
A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat repeating
ing repeating shotgun, just the thing for ladies'
use. at P. Goldman's. Why Pay
More? Ad. ll-lT.-dHt
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peter came up
from Dunnellon last evening. They
saw th' play at the Temple and went
on to Savannah for a brief visit.

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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 quick signs paintea while you j ol

S:n and Decorat- ,r ai :s r"Tllse" ai V"UIV"

'in the way or a sacrea concert. i.ne

regular choir will be assisted by Mrs.
'-on Fish-1. Mrs. 1 1. M. Hampton. Mrs.
James Johnson of our city, and Mr.
Charles Craig of Jacksonville, vocal vocalist?,
ist?, vocalist?, and Mr. Abbott of New York, vio violinist.
linist. violinist. The following is the program
!in full:

! Processional. No. 1T7, "Holy, Holy,!

i Holy" Congregation.
Scripture l-sson. Psalm 98.
J Anthem. 'How Kxcellent is Thy
j Name" Choir.
J Prayer.
; Solo. Divine Redeemer (Gounod)
j Miss Porter.
Thio, "The Rosary" (Nevin) Mes Mes-j
j Mes-j dames Hampton. Johnson, Goin.

Announcements.
If our shoes wear well, tell your i Offertory, violin and organ Mrs.
friends. If they don't, tell us. Wejlzlar and Mr. Abbott.

want you to be satisfied. Little's Shoe! Hymn No. 1M, 'All Hail the rower'

Parlor. Ad. Congregation.

Solo. "The Valley of the Shadows"
(Barri) Mrs. Leon Fishel.
Sermon, S'ng Unto the Lord."
Solo. "Fear Ye Not, O Israel" (Buck)
Mr. Craig.
Duet. "Jesus the Very Touch ot

The next play at the Temple theater i Thee" (Weigand) Miss Porter, Mrs.

will be "Introduce Me." a brilliant Goin.

niece, in wnicn Leiia uiarK win star. tiymn .o. i.o, now r inn a ruunui

Mr. S. S. Duval, traveling salesman
for the Rentz group of sawmills, has
been in Key West for several days on
business for his company.

Thw ulav

will appear Monday night,

McCorkle, prominent in

Vlto Jacksonville yesterday. being the I Prediction.

tion" Congregation.
Anthem. "Search Me, O Lord"
Choir.
Recessional, "Now the Day Is Over"

A I

A I guest

.Union.

of Mr. S. C. Little. Times- An offering will be taken to derray
ithe expenses of the evening and buy
ir.cw music for the choir. Everybody

Look at our line of box stationery if cordially invited.

A ; before

anything you want can De iouna at tne

making your purchase. Most

Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Attracted by the big advertisements
in the daily and Weekly Star, people

have fairly overrun the Globe all day
Mr. C. Green, the well known the-j today. The crush s immense, but

Alatrical man. is organizing a fine little i thre is a big force and it is meeting
six-piece orchestra to play at the the demands on it to the satisfaction
j -various theaters and other amuse- j of the buyers. See aqdvertisement on
A ments. Mr. Green knows his business j pa ire five.

and will be able to give some extra-

Mr. W. J. Allen of Yonkers. X. Y., a

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A '.

Ulue Nannie oe ttlue CUneclk
Of the check you make out is positive proof
that you have paid the bill. A returned check
is evidence-of payment good in any court in
the land. Open an account with and pay all
bills by
CHECKS ON THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
They are the safest way of sending money, the most
economical and the surest to prevent disputes. Dont
hesitate because your affairs are small.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

JNO. It.

CAPITAL FCL.LT IX 7SM0
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice Pres.

Call op Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Yonr
PLUSVJBINQ
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
m
We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work In Our Lines
Km vr employ none bat expert vre are im ponltloa to irvrntee ev every
ery every pleee of work we eoMntrart to tanl the Inspeetloa of the moat
Held Innpectom. It rout nothing to get our figure, and you are the
winner, whether we aeeure the contract or not. Give u a trial.
M. W. TUCIKEIR

POUT KING II LOCK

OCALA, FLO It ID A

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OCALA

VIA
SEABOARD AM UNE
ACCOUNT
MaupfidDim
CdDMimlly Fainir
Tickets sold November 26lh-27lh 28th and 29th.
Final Limit November 30th.

JOHN ItOISSEAV,
City Ticket Agent, Orala.

S. C. IIOVLSTOV, JR.,
A. Ci. V. A Jacksonville.

LOW EXCURSION RATES

-TO

If you wlnh to reduce the coat

livlntc, patronlxe the Pure Food Meat
Stall In the city market. Stall No. 3.

. .

ortm town. .Mr. Alien wui return nome

shortly to brine: hist family to Ocala
to spend t':ie winter here.

V) phone 471. Ad
51 s

1 1 Marcus FranTl ha? done an immen

Mr. an.l Mr. A. J. Ilrigance invited
a few of their"-frjends to enjoy a wild
turkt-y suj.per with them last evening.
The supper was elegant, its piece de

OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN.

uusiness ioaay i-eopie irom au over i

the county haw-kept him and Mis I

competent clerks on the jump, i Tteid j resistance resulting from Mr. Brig-

?m(Tvef trseTnp-n? on pajre four and io anct-'s skill as a sportsman yesterday

A 'after your share of the bargains. V morning, and a most enjoyable eve eve-j
j eve-j iinjr was spent by all the guests.

f "Forty-five Minutes from Eroad-

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.. i way, at th Temple last night waa a; -Mr. v. m. oooaricii or oreen springs.

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fine play and well attended. The i formerly well known in Ocala. is at
courting between Eert Leisrh and Miss ithe Gordon Keller hospital in Tampa,

Hazel Burgess was most pretty and at the point of death from a gunshot

inTere-Ttfmr-to-PPe. and the audience wound in hts head. lie snot himself

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,J,'Was much pleased over the haphy re-jat his home Thursday ni;ht. and it is

a suit oi ineir aaveniures.

clever actors were well supported by. a : an accident.

smart and crood-lookinar company. The

j. j music, both instrumental and vocal,
yjwas first class.
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Messrs. Dave Williams and II. P.
Spencer returned from their place of
business in Citrus county last night.

For first class automobile service I Mr. Spencer shot a bi- rray fox yes-

ylby the trip, hour or day, phone Xo. j terday.
A 327. First class car and uniformly j when hi

y low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad

The animal was on the run i

hit. which is a tribute to Mr.

pencer's skill. It was three feet

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Arkansas Chin Soever Tonic, 25

and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed -. The handsome do:r cared for by Mr.

I to piit Tteet for rolda and lazrlnnpJc. X. Hamr.ton at Martel is the r-ron-

liTydings & Co. Ad j erty of Mr. R. C. Muncaster and the
! S'.erial ret of hU little bov. Mr. Mun-

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Little's shoes for school are the best caster feels much indebted to Mr.

FAIR

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'fit and benefit." Terms cash. Hampton for his kindness.

-hoes." not "time."

Little's

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football t.oy left for J.i k-on-

ihis riorr.in and the score of

FOR RENT OR SALE On
terms, a nine-room house with

modern improvements.

easyjthe srame will !e displayed at the Court!
all j I'harirncy thi afternoon as s)on as It

'Tickets Sold November 26th-27th-28lh and 29th.

In the best lo-j is

12C South Third street. Mrs. C. 1

received.

TdjjLts'mmviKix. fonts osmmmz
.." c r ? ron Stomach Tbc jolu ar rf CrrsTiPATiGW

; rrefrT your artistic Eo?rd of
I Trade certificate hy havirsr it framed

Terkeween Oil. tr.e grreat r.erve and at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
bone lir.imen.: will not blister. Fori
rheumatism, r.euralzia. pains in the j Shoes of all kinds of leather, for all
back or sides and all other aches. 25 j kinds of weather. They "nt and ben ben-cents
cents ben-cents per bottle at Tyding-s jc Co. Ad. efit." Little's Shoe Parlor. Ad.

FINAL LIMIT NOVEMBER 30th.

M. R. WILLIAMS
Ticket Agent
OCALA

J. G. KIRKLAND
Division Passenger Agcn
TAMPA



EIGHT

OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NO VOIDER 16, 1912

The

Root

of Evil

By THOMAS DIXON

Copyright. 1911. by Thomas
Dixon

"Before we go farther," Stuart said
when they tad left the car. I want to
show jou a model home a friend of
mine has built out here. It's my ideal,
and I thin you'll like It."
As they entered the gate, half hd
den in the hede. the girl exclaimed:
What a lovely little placer
A gardener who was watering some
flowers on a sign from Stuart hastene I
up the gravel walk and opened th
door.
Every window commanded entranc entrancing
ing entrancing views of the bay and ocean. Ev Every
ery Every ship entering or leaving the harbor
of New York must pass close and rould
be seen for miles going to sea.
When Stuart finally led Nan out ou
the broad veranda of the second floor
she was in a flutter of excitement over
the perfection of Its Jpt:.ii.
I think It's womN-rfu!. Jim! sh sh-exclaimed,
exclaimed, sh-exclaimed, with enthusiasm. "I've

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Strug g!.
yll VIE longer Stuart wrestled with
tl the problem of Nan's yielding

H to the lure of Blvens' gold the
more hideous and hopeless it
became. He began to feel that he had
been to blame. Why had? be allowed
the foolish pride of a lovers' quarrel to
keep them apart for two weeks?
When he came downstairs he paused
at the door. Uarriet was playing and
singing again, and the soft tones of her
oice were healing. lie walked gently
to the door of the music room, leaned
against the panel and watched and
listened.
At last she stopped reluctantly, tip tipped
ped tipped her golden head sideways in a co coquettish
quettish coquettish little triumphant movement
and in the quaintest imitation of a
man's voice said:
' "I congratulate you. Miss Harriet 1
like that very much!"
"Do you, professor? Oh, I'm so glad
to please your
She shook her curls with genuine de

light and played out the little dialogue

.with vivid imaginary touches.
r Srnart laughed.

The girl leaped to her feet, blushing

scarlet, rushed to his side and seizea

his hand.

r "Did voti see me. Jim? Was 1 very

foolish r

Tertalnlv not. I. quite agree with

the professor. You will some day sing

hefore kincs and queens, little girL"

riA loft her waving and smiling to

him from the steps. He walked with
new rigor and a deepening sense of

CTHfltude to her. Ills breath deepened

and his step grew firm and swift. He
would tizht for his own. He would go

atrnlirht to Nan and laugh at this an-

noHnrement Ilei would compel her to

Ko...f Him it arn on absurd hour to

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call, but all the better.

Mrs. Primrose's greeting was so cor

dial, so genuinely friendly, that for a
moment he was puzzled. Could it be
possible he had misjudged her?
She pressed his band warmly and
Ungeringly.
-Ob. Jim, I'm so glad you've cornel
Why have. you stayed away so long?
It was so foolish of you. You gave up
without a struggle. I'm shocked be be-Tond
Tond be-Tond measure at Nan. I told her that

his millions would never bring happi

ness unless her heart went with them

that her love for you was a thing

she couldn't lay aside as a cloak she

tinrt vnm l told Nan the dav she

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promised to marry Mr. Blvens that you

were worth a dozen such men, no mat

ter bow many millions he had. You

have always been my choice you

know that

Stuart could control himself no long

r. He rose and faced Mrs. Primrose

with a look which brought her elo

ouence to an abrupt end.

"Mrs. Primrose, for once in my life
1 m point? to tell vou the truth. You

have always been my bitterest foe

You brought Nan to New York to get

ber away from me."

The mother's eyes blazed with bon

est wrath

-Yes, 1 did; and I'm glad I did it-

yon ungrateful wretch!"

"And you have always been busy

poisoning her mind against me and
mrruntine her Imagination with

dreams of a life of luxury."

-And. thank God. I've succeeded at

last in bringing her to her senses in

time to save her from throwing herself

away on you. Jim Stuart!"

As Mrs. Primrose left Nan quietly en

tered the room. Her face was set for

battle in a nroud defiant smile. She

was totally unprepared for the way in

which Stuar: met her.

With a aulck step he was at her side.

seized both her hands In a grip of fierce
tenderness and in low tones of vibrant

passion said:

"This thing don't go with me. Nan

1 won't accept it I'm going to fight

fizht for my own for you are mine-

mine by every law of God and man.

and you are worth fighting for!"

The hard smile of defiance melted
from the beautiful face, and a flush of
tenderness slowly overspread her
cheeks. It was sweet to be loved like
that by a strong, masterful man. She
started to speak, and he raised his
band:
"I know. dear, you said our engage engagement
ment engagement was broken. I don't believe you
mean It i couldn't. The news of
your engagement to Blvens came as a
bolt out of the blue sky. I refuse to
accept such an act as final. You did it
out of Diane. You don't mean it You

ant mean it! I told you the other

dav I had a surprise for you. I have.

I fa worth a day. You promised me

one In the country before our foolish

quarrel. I want It now. xou will
come 7
She hesitated a moment and said:
-Yea."

Within an hour they had reached the

bills overlooking Gravesend bay, and

h macmlflcent sweeD of water below

the Narrows. Nan had scarcely spoken

nn the way. answering: Stuart's ques

tions In friendly nods, smiles and mon
osyllables.

"I think it wonderful, Jiml"

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feet. Whose is It?"
Stuart looked into her dark eyes with
desperate yearning.
-It's yours. Nan!"
"Mine?"
-Yes, dear; this is my secret I've
been building this home for you the
past year. I've put all the little mou
ey my father gave me with every dol
lar 1 could save. It's paid for. and

here's the key. I meant to ask you
out here to fix our wedding day. I
ask you now. Forget the nightmare
of the past two weeks, and remember
only that we love each other."
Her lips quivered for Just an tn
stant and her hand gripped the niii
of the veranda.
"If I'd seen it four weeks ago. Jim

I reallv don't see how I could have re

slsted It but now" 6he shook ber
head and laughed "now It's too late

My God! Don't say that Nan!' hp

pleaded. "It's never too late to d

right You know that 1 love you

You know that you love me."

"But I've discovered." she went on

with bantering, half challenging frank

ness. "that I love luxury too I never

knew how deeply and passionately be

fore"- She paused a moment, look
lng toward Sea Gate. "Isn't that the
anchorage of the Atlantic Yacht club?"

"Yes," he answered impatiently.
"Then that's Mr. Blvens' yacht, the

big, ugly black one lying close Inshore

with steam up. ne told me he would
send her Into drydock today. He was

talking last night of a wedding cruise

in her to the Mediterranean. I con

fess. Jim. that 1 want to shine, to sue

ceed and' dazzle and reign. This is

perhaps the one chance of my life.

"Do you hold yourself so cheapr

"You can't realize how much the

cower of millions means to a woman

who chafes at the limitations the world

puts on her sex. It's too late"

Don't, don't say It Nan!"
'Why not be frank? This little cot

tage is a gem. 1 admit But I've seen a

splendid palace set in flowers and

gleaming with subdued light Soft

music steals through Its halls mingled

with the laughter of throngs who love

and admire me. Its banquet tables are

laden with the costliest delicacies

while liveried servants hurry to and

fro with plates and goblets of gold.

Stuart seized her arm with fierce

strength that hurt "You shall not do

this hideous thing. You are mine. 1

tell you. and I am bigger than money

I have the power to think, to create

Ideas, to create beauty the power that

remakes the world I expect to have

all the money we shall need. In the

years to come we shall be rich whether

we seek it or not But the sweetest

days of all life will be those in which

we fight side by side the first battles of

life in youth and poverty when we

shall count the pennies and save with

care for the little ones God may send

us."

"But life is short. Jim. I can bavt

things now. He has already promised

them a palace in town, another by

the sea. a great castle in the heart of

the blue southern mountains we used

to watch as children and armies of

servants to do my bidding. I can live

now."

"And you call these trappings and

tinsel lifer
"I want them."

-Mr God. Nan. ha vent you a soul

Hasn't the life within no meaning for

you? To me such luxury Is sheer In

sanitv. The possibilities of personal

luxury have been exhausted thousands

of vears a to. Ifs commonplace, vul-

gar and contemptible. IT you wlsn ror

power why choose the lowest of all Its
forms? The way you are entering is
worn bare by the feet of millions of
forgotten fools whose bodies worms
have eaten. Not one of them lives
today even in a footnote of history."
"And yet, Jim. you know as well as I
do that money is the sign of success
and power; Its absence, of failure and
weakness. If you make a mistake in
your career you can correct it and be begin
gin begin again. Being a woman. 1 cannot
for marriage Is my only career. A
mistake now would be to me fatal."
"And you are making the one tragic
mistake no repentance can undo The
deliberate choice of evil, knowing it to
be eviL Your heart is mine mine. I

tell you! Do you deny it?"
Again he seized ber band, gripped it
fiercely and looked into ber eyes with
tender, searching gaze.
Nan looked away.
"Oh. Nan. dear, believe me!" he

pleaded. "You can't deny this voice
within the soul and live. Happiness i
inside, not outside, dear.
The lover paused a moment over
come with his emotion, and be knew
by the quick rising and falling of the
girl's breast that a battle was raging.
Quick to see his advantage, be drew
her gently inside.
"See, Nan. there are no cheap imita
tions In here, no vulgar ornaments
which mean nothing This home will
be u real one because it will have a
soul. There can be no coarse or menial
tasks within its walls because its work
shall be glorified by the old Immortal
song of love and life."
Stuart leaned close and spoke in a
low tense voice:
"And It will always be beautiful.

Nan, because it will be penetrated with
the touch of your hand. Every piece

of furniture will glow witji that ran
ance. Gold and precious stones cui
have no such luster. See, here I have

planned to place your piano. There

will be no music on earth like tne

songs those throbbing strings shall

make to my soul when they quiver be
neath the touch of your hand."

The lover slipped his arm gentiy

around the girl's yielding form, her
head drooped on his shoulder, the great

dark eyes blinded with tears For a

moment he held her in silence, broken
only by a deep sob. His hand touched
her hair with the tenderest gesture as

he whispered:
"We can only know a few reai

friends in this world, dearest But one

great love comes to any human soul,
and life is all too short to lose a single
day."
"Hush-hush, Jim!" the girl cried lu
anguish. "Don't say any more, please.
Tell me that it's all right dear." he
urged. "You know you cannot leave
me now. You know that you love me

and that your love Is a deathless
thing."
"Yes. yes; I know." she gasped.
"But I'm going to marry him. I can't
help It The spell of his millions is on
me. and I can't shake It off."
With a determined effort she drew
herself from his embrace and in bard
cold tones continued:

"No. Jim: you must face the truth

I am iroinsr to marry this man. and

the most horrible thing I can say

about myself Is that, deeply as I love

you. I know 1 shall be content witn
the splendid career that will be mine

I shall never regret my marriage.

The lover looked at her In a dazeo

way. as If unable to grasp the mean

ing of her words.

-But vou can't do this vile thing

Since the world began I know th..t

when I look Into your beautiful face!

Have you no pity in your heart?"
The full lips smiled a cruel little
smile.
"Men .e strong. Jim. They can
stand hard blows. You come of tight
lng stock. I know that you will sur
vive. I'm sorry to hurt you. Jim. but
I must; it's fate. The big world I some somehow
how somehow feel I'm akin to is calling me. and
I'm going"
"And Blvens Is this big world! II
you will throw me over for money
can't you wait until a real man goes
with it? It wouldn't be so bad If I
felt you had chosen one who was my
equal physically and mentally in cul

ture and breeding but Bivensr

"You underestimate his ability. Vou

may hate him, but he Is a man of

genius."

'He is everything you loathe and yet

you are going to marry him. You are

giving up too easily. Blvens has only

a couple of millions, and he may lose

them. Don't hold yourself so cheap

If you were on the block for sale I'd I

fill M L J t nt Im -.-. a

give a minion lor eacii uiiuiMt iu juui

cheeks. The smile that plays about
your lips should bring millions. Your
deep dark eyes. I swear, are worth a
million each."
"Hush. Jim. dear, we must go now.
I can't stand any more. There's a
limit."
"Yes. I know. Forgive me."
Without ainother word he led her
from the place, closed the little gate
quietly and returned to her home.
Alone Inside the parlor they stood in
silence a moment and she took his
hand in hers.
"I'm sorrv. but It must be goodby

Your love has been a sweet and won

derful thing in my life"

"And you throw It aside as a worth

less rag

"No." she answered, smiling. "It

shall be mine always. Goodby."

She raised her lips to his in a cold

kiss.

Dazed with anguish, he turned and
left The door closed on his retreat retreating
ing retreating figure, and Nan burst into a flood

of passionate tears.

and all kinds of water craft, and the

aocas, naroors. wnarves, piers ana
shipyards connected therewith.
10. To conduct general merchandise
and comissary stores, buying and

selling, oy wnoiesaie ana retail, im importing
porting importing and exporting, all kinds of
trrrA a a.-flAa marhsni1lsA rnAftAa

drugs, chemicals, foods, feed stuffs.

implements, fertiliiers. and all other
merchantable commodities
11. To purchase, invest In and sell
stocks, promissory notes, bills of ex exchange,
change, exchange, bonds and mortgages or other
securities; and to loan money on real
estate mortgage, chattel mortgage or
other security.

iz. to acquire, conauct ana con control,
trol, control, or rent out. hotels, restaurants.

houses, apartment houses, store houses,
1 1

garage, livery auu ireu (inuies.
13. To acquire, own and cultivate
farms, truck gardens and citrus fruit
groves, and to sell or otherwise dis dispose
pose dispose of the products thereof, and the
property so acquired.
y A T r .nnitiiA) a frininl ,1,1 attlt.

and rental agency, acting as the agent
or broker of others in buying or sell selling,
ing, selling, renting or letting to rent any
and all kinds of real property; in col collecting
lecting collecting purchase money or rentals on
siir.V v-nnl trfm.rtv In nrniiirliio ton

ants for any such property; and In
manacrtntr vanAPtllv all a 11 Vi TirnnaT.

t toaivL-lt n nnirr nn th mart nf th

corporation to guarantee the Income
or rents of the said property for any

given period.

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NOTICE OF INCOnrORATIOX
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that we, the
undersigned, shall apply to His Ex Excellency,
cellency, Excellency, the governor of the state of
Florida, at his office in Tallahassee, on
. v, ir-A nt nppambcr. A. D. 1912.

for letters patent incorporating us.
our associates and successors, into a

body politic ana corporate. in aeeu
arwi tn law. hv the name, for the pur

pose and upon the terms set forth in
our charter, which is now on file in
tvio nfflna nt thp rr-farv of state, at

Tallahassee, and a copy of which is
below set out as a part of this notice.

This tne jisi aay 01 wiuuti,

1912.
A. C. Blowers.
II. Cramer.
Geo. A. Blowers.

The spell of his millions is on me."

vain. weak. Ignorant women have sold

themselves to men they couia not love

fnr monev. rank and luxury. But you

are not of that breed. Nan. You are

the typical American girl. You repre

sent women whose hearts nave oeen

pure, whose lives have been clean, who

have kept burning in tne nearts oi
men the great faiths of the souL Re Respect
spect Respect for women has been one of the

foundations of our moral me. xue

woman who sells herself to buy breaa
stands higher in the moral world than
you" He hesitated.

"Go on. Jim; say the worst auu

still I'm going to do It"

Knowing full well that no ceremo

ny of church or state, no word of
priest or Judge, no pealing of organ or
pomp or pageantry can make this
thing a marriage?"

Th lorr dronred in silence to the

window se:it and buried his face in his

hands In a paroxysm of emotion be-

vond control At length ne rose ana
looked nt the girl he loved long and

tenderly

"God in hMven' Irs Ineon -elvanie

CIIKTKU OF THE IlLOWRRS LIME
tn lMKtKIMf ITK COMPANY

The undersigned. A. C. Blowers,
George A. Blowers and Hiram Cramer.
hi,rohv 'jctfinlalp themselves to-

! ir.(Vior fnr the numose of becoming

incorporated and transacting divers
businesses as a corporation for profit,
under the laws of the state of Florida;
and do herebv adopt the following as

the charter oi sucn curporduuu.
iltTI PT.T I.

The name of this corporation shall
Ho muvi-ns I.IMK AND PHOSPHATE

r, m-m-r -
COMPANY, and its place of business
.Kaii K at the nt- of St. Petersburg.

in Pinellas county, Florida, and Ocala.
in Marion county. Florida. with
hraT.h Afftppa or nlaces of business at

such other points as may, from time

to time, oecome necessai w t"'""'

ient, to be nxea in tne Dy-iaws ui me

corporation.

TVii xnrnnratinn nrooose?. and is

empowered, to transact the following

businesses:
1 arnn iro lease or Dur-

chase, lime and phosphate lands, to

develop ame, ana 10 st?i tne

thereoi, as wen as me lautia ui

2. To manufacture brick, lime and
m .nmmtrMai fertilirer and

kindred products; to acquire, own and
operate all necessary machinery for
such purposes; and to sell said pro-

ducts, as wen as saiu nmgiuuci j.
t on era cra treTierallv in the man

o. - rrs m
.. r .i r. hni-iri or anil seilinsr OI tD6

u la.j i u i t?. u j r - ..
V..,.-mon t ii-ineil nrnniicts. inclUainSr

concrete blocks for building-, pavin? or

other purposes, ana an uj -viuw.
.i 0

4. To deal In any and all kinds of
holdintr. im

proving, letting to rent, developing
and selling same, or products there therefrom,
from, therefrom, and by doing any and all things

5. To deal in any and all kinds of

personal property, by buying, noiamg,
i...:r n. htm ind sollinz same, in-

itriiiiips w iw. 9 -
-i .. : tiro ,ini1r farm imnlements.

machinery, vehicles. automobiles, bi

cycles, motorcycles ana omer per
- 1 n r. W f

k To-lav out. eauip. conduct and

nnn'trni rn landa It mav owor lease

. i. A nT-noo amusement axru meas

1UI J V --
ure resorts, with nower to sell ana

-. nnnnoca;na thereon ror rpirpn-

p L a :i k v'-'iiv -- -
ment st.in.is. lunch-rooms ana other

accessories to such places.

7. To do a general luinoer oujiiir,
,r on.-t nnratin? lumber mills

u n uiiifc i vj'- ----n
a i.,mVA x-tAx mamif art urmsr.

auu luuiuti
buyinsr and selling any and all kinds

of lumber ana Duuamg maienai pru-

8. To acquire, own and operate

electric plants ana gas piams.
rr anst celling i?a.B. and elec

tricity for lighting, heating, power
and other purposes, and constructing
lines, pipes and conduits for the trans transmission
mission transmission thereof: and selling all by

products of sucn plants.

fnndurt ireneral loan

agency, acting as the agent or borrow borrower
er borrower or lender in procuring and placing

mans un rvdi rsime, iuuri ui uiucr
security, with power to guarantee the
title and sufficiency of the security offered.

16. To conduct a general Insurance
agency, acting as agent of any com

pany engagea in me uusiners i
writing any of the following classes
of insurance, to-wlt: fire. life, acci

dent, health. tornado, automobile.

burglary and plate glass.

ing agency, acting as agent for any
one in contracting for advertising

space in newspapers, magaiinfs, yc yc-ri
ri yc-ri n.l I ro 1 w namnhlt and ra t al osriien ;

and in preparing such advertising

matter, iumisning same 10 me puu
Usher, and in superintending the pub
lication thereof.
is Tn oondurt a. eeneral emnlov

ment agency, acting as the agent of

any one seeaing employment or seed seeding
ing seeding to employ help or labor.
19. To own, conduct and sell dairies
and dairy products, of any and all
kinds.
20. To own and operate coal mines,
coal yards and wood yards; and to buy
and sell coal and wood for fuel and
nthpr niirnnapa.

21. To develop and operate and sell
oil wells and salt wells; and to sell
the output thereof In the crude or

manuiacturea state.
22. To own and operate, by steam
or other, power, any and all kinds of

mills tor tne grinamg oi wni, cum,
sugar-cane, stone or other thing, on

behalf or tne corporation, or umers
for a compensation.
And to exercise any and all powers
incident to the powers above enumer enumerated,
ated, enumerated, and all other powers given to
corporations in general by the laws of
the state of Florida.
And. in addition to the foregoing
powers, the corporation shall have the
power to lease, purchase, hold, sell and
convey, any and all property necessary
or convenient to the transaction of any
of said businesses, or which the pur purposes
poses purposes of the corporation may require,
or which it shall and may acquire in
satisfaction or partial satisfaction of
debts due the corporation, under sales.
Judgments or mortgages, or In settle
mont rr nartlal settlement of debts

due the corporation by any of Its deb debtors.
tors. debtors. rtut tVita charter rines not Grant, and

shall not be construed as granting, to
the said corporation anv powers that
belong exclusively to trust companies
or public service or other corporations
under any of the laws of the state of
Florida.
ARTICLE III.
The capital utoek of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be fifty thousand ($50,000)
dollars, divided into five hundred (500)
shares of the par value of one hundred
($100) dollars each, ten per cent of

which capital siock snau oe paiu in
soon as letters patent are Issued, and

the balance as canea ior d- me uoaru
thirtv days notice

of such call, and not more than twen-

twenty-five (25) per cent shall oe call

ed for at any one time, i-ropeny, -i.
n oArvieai mav a 1 sit tie rturchaxed

or paid for with capital etock at a
Just valuation of such property, labor

or services, to oe men uy me uneviio
of the corporation at a meeting called
for such purposes.
ARTICLE IV.
This corporation shall exist for the
period of ninety-nine years from the
date of its letters patent.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation
shall be managed and conducted by a
...cM.nt a hna rtl of directors, a

treasurer, and such other officers and
agents as the corporation may author

ize by Its Dy-iaws nereaiier i
adopted. The annual meeting of the
stockholders shall be held on the first
Tuesdav in January, at which time

said officers shall be eiectea in sucn
manner as shall be prescribed by the
aid bv-laws. and In conformity to the
laws of Florida. And. until the of

ficers elected at the nrst annual elec

tion shall have quaiinea. me saw
chill be conducted D V A. C

Blowers, president. Hiram Cramer.

secretary, ana oeurge unr.o.
treasurer, and by these three as a
board of directors.

ARTICLE vi.
rii hiirhact amount of indebtedness

or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject itself shall be

the sum or one nunareu uiuuu
($100,000) dollars.

AHlICL.Hi vii.
Ti ri.ci or v r lilowers. who

v. itiV nf rMnerllle. state

of Kentucky, hereby subscribes for

thirty (30) shares oi me capmi tmi-.
of this corporation. The undersigned,
George A. Blowers, who resides in

the said cltv or nnevine, nereuy sub subscribes
scribes subscribes for ten !0) shares of the cap

ital stock of this corpcriion. me un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. Hiram Cramer, who resides

in Kendrick Marion couniy. r lonua,
hereby subscribes for ten (10) shares
of the capital stock of this corpora-

1 In witness whereof, the said incor-
An here-hv subscribe their

names and affix their sals. this the

26th day of October a. u. ismz.

A. v;. Blowers, ."tai
H. Cramer. (Seal).
riA Illnircr, (Seal).

Witnessed by: F. W. Ditto. Mamie E.

Fnr

State of Florida.
County of Marion. A

I. the unaersignea noiary imunt, uv
hereby certifv that A. C. Blowers, H.
Cramer and Geo. A. Blowers, who are
known to me to be the persons describ described
ed described in the foregoing articles of incor

poration, this aay appearea oeiore uie.
in said county, and each acknowledged
. v. via cis-nail the said articles for the

purpose of forming the corporation

therein nameo. ,
Witness my hand and official seal,
this the 26th day of October. A. D. 1J12.

(Notary Seal) Mamie roi.
Notary IMibllc.
My commlsslont expires February 10.

1913.

IX THE COURT OP THE COL'XTY

faaare nani ciAnatm.
In re: the Matter of Eunice Nixon, an

iniant.
T'lihllr. nttljt la harah trliren t Vt at t

the undersigned guardian, will on

.iB.iar, iae ii aay oi uwrniwr,
I. ISIS,
at the court house In Ocala. Florida,
between the hours nf 10 and 11 o'clock

a. m.. or as soon thereafter as prac-
. i i i . a. m, T w

ucauie, appijr iu me nunurauie jvirpu
Bell, county judge of said county, for
o -m nfdat iithAakl'ntT m ata t r 1 1 m t trvri.

vate sale the one-seventh Interest of

runice .mx on. an iniant, in ana 10 me
following described lands, to-wlt:
That n. t 1 r. mi m KAt fL fpAiit In fl

1 11011 h vr v. wmb
on Lake Weir, lying between lands of
C. C. Clements and Amelia W. Turm-

ley, in section townsnip n, ana
ranga 24. in the county of Marion, and
state of Florida, containing three-

acres more or less. L R. Nixon,

Guardian of the Estate- or Eunice
Nixon.
Atkinson. Gramling & Burdine.
Attorneys for Guardian.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT CP TIIK
Fifth) Jadlclal Clrevlt f FlHda la
ad for .Mario Cooaty la Ckaa-
eery.
The Carmlchael & Son Company, a.
Florida Corporation, Complainant, vs
Amelia Moore, otherwise known as
Mrs. J. M. Williams. Defendant Order
for Constructive Service.
t i. nr-A .nil that the defendant

herein named, to-wit: Amelia Moore
otherwise known as Mrs. J. M. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, be and she Is hereby required to

appear to the bin or compiami niea in
this cause on or before
Monday, be 3d day of December, 11S.

It Is further oraerea inn a copy ui
this order be published once a week week-for
for week-for eight consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Daily Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 11th day of October, 1912.'
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.
Hocker & Duval.
Complainant's Solicitors.

XOT1CE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed Voder eeloa H of Chapter
4sis I.awa of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that It. Light Light-foot,
foot, Light-foot, purchaser of tax certificate No.
674. dated the th day of June, A. D.
1910, has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue In accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit: N
of ne'4 of el,i of seV c 36 tp 17 s
r 26 e 5 acres. The said land being
assessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificate in the name of un

known. Unless said certificate snau
be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the
5th day of December, A. D. 1012
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 1st day of November, A.
D. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Under and by virtue of an execution
Issued out of and under the aeal of the
circuit court In and for Marlon county,
Florida, dated the 30th day of August,
A. D. 1912, In a certain cause wherein
II. C. Groves, doing business as the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, is plaintiff,
and B. H. Sanders Is defendant, I have
levied on and will on
Monday, the 2nd day of December, A.

the same being a legal sales day, offer,
for sale at the west door of the court
house In Ocala, Florida, during the
legal hours of sale, and sell the same
to the highest and best bidder for cash
the following described personal prop property,
erty, property, to-wit: One bay horse, buggy and
harness. Sold to satisfy said execu execution
tion execution and all costs of court.
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff, Marlon County, Florida.
II. M. Hampton, Plaintiff's Attorney.
XOTICE
Of Final Settlement and DUcaars;
Notice is hereby given mat on the
12th day of February, A. D. 1913
the undesigned will present my ac accounts
counts accounts ana vouchers to the judge i of
probate in and for Marlon county,
Florida, at his office In Ocala. and
will make my. final settlement and will
apply for discharge.

This 6tn aay oi August. u.
Kate B. Howell.
As Administratrix of Adalade B. Chl Chl-som.
som. Chl-som. XOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L. Barber,
deceased, to present -said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert I
Barber. Deceased.
Ocala, Florida. Jan. SO, 1112.

NOTICE

vnrirp op innPTinv

V 1 1 n harahv trltren that On the

Amv nf flftnher. A. D. 1912. the

underslsmed will apply to the Honora Honorable
ble Honorable W. S. Bullock, Jud-e of the circuit

court of the mm juaiciai circuit ui

Florida, in ana ror iiarion couniy. ai
v. i ri in Ofata. Florida, to legalize

the adoption of one T. P. Lloyd HilL a

minor child or Agnes ui. Dy me un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. . A.

In the event or tne aosence oi me
said Judge or in the event of other
business of said Judge shall prevent
the hearing of said application at the
time designated, the same will be
am atnnn thereafter as the

iir:cuicu .
same may be heard. Ames Lloyd.

This beptemoer zisi.
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build

ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.

Notice Is hereby given that F. J.
Webb, as guardian of the estate of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on the
31at day of March, 1913
file with the county Judge of Marlon
county, Florida, his final report and
accounts as guardian of the estate of
the said Caleb 11. Heath, a minor, and
apply to said county Judge for ap approval
proval approval thereof and for his discharge as
guardian of said estate. F. J. Webb,
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb II.
Heath.

XllUSTliie, na.i August.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de-
mvi4 airalfi.t t Vi a tat nt Vtobert

McDonald, deceased, to present said
claims duly proven to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wlt:
August 7th, 1912.
Robert J. McDonald,
Ks 'Administrator Estate of Robert D
McDonald. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itors. legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Selwyn E.
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duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep September
tember September 20th, 1912. Mary E. Bogie.
Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
E. Rowe. Deceased.
NOTICE l?OR PAVING RIDS
Notice Is hereby given that on the
3rd day of December. A. D. 1912. the
city council of the city of Ocala, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, will consider bids
for the paving with vitrified brick
that nnrtlnn nf Vnrt Kiner avenue. In

the city of Ocala. to-wit: Beginning
with the intersection of said avenue,
on the west side of Main street, thence
running west to Orange street, a dis distance
tance distance of 528 feet and containing ap approximately
proximately approximately 1636 square yards; also
that portion of South, or Exposition
street, beginning at Its Intersection

wim ine eai iue ml num.,
thence west 495 feet to Pond street,
and containing approximately 2900
square yards. Said bids to be sealed
and filed with the clerk of the city of
Ocala at least five days prior to above
named meeting of said council; said
bids to be made In accordance with
specifications for such paving now on

nle at me city ciera uince m uci,
Florida. The city council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids sub submitted.
mitted. submitted. J. D. Robertson. Mayor.
R. It. Carroll, President City CouncIL
Attest: IL C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of R. J. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
one year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wlt: Au August
gust August 21st. 1912. J. P. Galloway.
Sheriff and Ex-offlclo Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson, Deceased.