AT RIGHT PRICES
For All of the Homes
mnnnn ni mmu
It I I V I ,1 I l l If
OCA LA. FLORIDA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1912.
THK FURNITURE MEN
-rjr.7Tr x : iii i 1 1 : I ni ni nil i n a n mnn i
GAS IX TKc STOMAS 1 come
inenteI C,:.t rid o this br
irjrs; Y HLL H t nil Uffl UUu UU LUIIR
mi mining I i Hie P..ul!.r Voir liy All Inrnifnue Armle Lining lp Alone the jljl T f "Y " I
j Pai-iie in Ihe viaie in Krutit-r of Ilula, Germany j V iji I I I I 1 II i
j thf l.ale Mil lion and Auntrla I J I h I I I I I v.
)o.i wou! 1 avoid a bihous
S I M M O N S
RE D a
(THE POWDEIl FOKM)
Is a cleansing anl strengthening meuicine. It is a liver tonic first
of all and the liver is always affected when the stomach goes wrong
It puts life in a torpid liver, helps digestion, sweetens the breath, clears
the complexion of sallowncss, relaxes the bowls and puts the body in
fine, vigorous condition.
OLD BY DCALCRS. PR CE. LRCC PACKAGE. II OO.
Auk for the icnuiti- with th fc'-'I on 1h- 1 j' 1. If y.'i ro.vnot rt if. remit tout 1
it f.y ii.;, 1 1, postpf, i !. biiririi'-in Liver Ic-fr'nmor ii put j iu in4U..l furiu for tbu.e who jjrtfer u.
ri n i.w hi i,',U!!. 1j(, lur Wie i;;d A into i.
J. H. ZCILIN V CO.. Props. St. Louis, mo.
OF ALL THE GfiOD TKiNCS TO EAT YiiU EVER HEARD OF
WE HAVE THEM!
Your Selections lor Your
These Coods ;r- AM, tRESIl and (Guaranteed to be ol
" FIRST CLASS QUALITY
Macerloiue (Mixed Ve.'ahles). ( Jhoiro Mushrooms,
Kxtra Fine Fkmk-Ii I'cis, !' neJes Anchovies, Genuine
French Mustard, I'lum Pudding, Cranberries Currant
Jelly, IVach, Mrawberry, iiaspbi rv, Cherry, Arciot,
Pineapple and Damson Piescrvcs. Kvaporatd Horse
i?adih, Aiple Hutter, Miuce Meat in 1 l-Jlb. and : lb.
buckets, also in cr -cks, in hulk artl n 10c pac-k.jgis.
I'imientos, Crystalized and Preserved Ginger, Pickled
Onions, Olives. : : : : : :
1, 5 and 10 pound Fruit Cake, rhow Chow, Sweet
Pickled Peaches Cognac IJrandy Peaches, Cals F ot
Jelly, Port, Sherry and oilier flavors, Har-le-I)ue-red
and white, Sw. el Split Mangoes, Sve t (Jherkins, Sar Sardines
dines Sardines from Norway and France, I .bitch Herring. I devil deviled
ed deviled Crabs, Lobsters, Fresh Herring. English Channel
Mackerel. : : : : : :
Make your FKUST C4K!, now. and get the Ingredients
while our stock is fresh and nfw. We have them all,
Spices, Seeded Rasins, Currents, Orange and lemon Peel,
Citron, tigs, DaUs, Black Molasses, Sfcelltd Alniondf.
You Know Royal Scarlet Canned Goods are
the Hest Ever, Some of the New PACK Just In
1MMI ( lierrU', SI run Iterrlen, l'oiu liew, Aprlcotn, CherrleM, IMiimn,
liiine hiiiI I:kk. IMnenpplf Slleetl nntl Crated, l'rnrt, Corn, Tomntoejt,
l.lma llrniiM, (Ikrn, Okrii nntl TonuiloeM, StrlnKlt'MN llennM, AttparnKiiM
mill .iiinmn Tl, HerlM mill Splnnoh.
e have too ninny tJOOIJ TillXiS TO i: T to lieu In to emimernte
Ihriii hTt. Call nt our Mtore an I let iih mIiow you our Mtot-k of FWCV
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida
Call uu Phone J00 and Lei us Give ail EjJimale on Your
and electrical work
We Guarantee lo Save on Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
Ah ve ci'iplo.v none hut eprrtn hp are In position to Kuarnntee ev every
ery every plere of mirk we voiixiriu-t to Miami the Inapeetlon of the most
rlulil limpeilnro. It eot nofhlnu; to n?et our flKiirei, ami jou are the
ttiinier, nhctlirr nrriirc the toiitrmt or not. lilve nw a trial
M. W. TUCKER
cou r k;m; hum k tn, ci.oitiux
A T. Thomas, Pkks. J. Tiiomi'son. Manaukk
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
M A N lF ACTl' UK lis OF
Cement ISlc-cks and all kiudsof Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks. Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. KfHdences or Stores contracted in
in Prick. Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Esti-mates
mates Esti-mates furnished on request.
FFICE AftD YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
puone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA
Tallar.as.-t-.-. Nov. Thf total
vot- of Fl'r:!.i in t.u- rcc.-nt iiem-ral
ih-iti'in. witM f y.i'-i-j.tion of Her-
naii'lo ocmty, returns f ro'n which
have nt y: n ri-c-i v- y the
:at- -a n .-sin ooanl. was as fol follows:
lows: follows: I e!iio. ra r i -3-etrs. "". SO),
i'ror.-.--ivt-. 4. JOT.
Cr iVi!ir!-'!i;in a: Larat Clau.le
IVKim-'U-. 4 ; I-:. U Oan'.y. J.T42: G.
W. Alhn. ,. X. .Ia.ksn. ::..".:6:
1 Calkin-. 77."..
"onure.ss. First Di-tri.-t S. M.
S.arktnaii. Il'.UJ: J. T)iA'. Hazzar.l.
ifi'-'t : (. C. K.-Hey. ::.".:!: '. .'. All..-n. 1.862;
G. W. rw-an, 77.4.
GiVi-rri'ir I'ark Tra :n:u-ll. .".S.0'.8:
V. Ilo.Ue-. '.H": W. It. d'NVal.
2.. ;::: T. W. ''o. :!..".: j. w. Hicham.
t "om p; roller W. V. Knott. :;:;.0!'l :
Ii. Alfr-.I. !.::.;; G. r. rrom. .'..817:
I. I. Dunham. I S.
Treasurer -.J. Limine. .'J1.I17: IJ. K
Skipper. 2.10''. : I. I-;. Webster. :',A'i: K.
L. Ilarter. :i.l62.
tate Super'ntenleiit W. X. Shoats,
:j I. ".':; : F. I. .Miller. 2.:;2:: .1. Stow Stow-ers.
ers. Stow-ers. 2.U:i: W. '. lMward.-. :;.7'.t'.'.
Commissioner of Aurieultnrt W. A.
Mcliae. .1::. !':::: I!. he;,j,ar.l. J.J.IS; AV.
I. VanIu..;ir. i'.27."; A. .1. Cettiurey,
Iiailroa'1 'otn:ni.---iner--II. Dunn.
33.228: F. ( arl.oru ll. l.SU: r. i;. IMeas.
For A iiieml men t to Article V of the
Constitution Y,.s. lS.l."a. no, .",,031.
For A men-! !nen: Article XII of
the Const it ut ion Yes, T,.2: no. ."..'.(S.-..
LonJon, Nov. 24. Interest in the
Turkish-CalkaA war situation has
shifted from the belligerents, whose
leleates are preparing to meet with
an apparent sincere desire to word out
terms for a truce to the great neigh neighboring
boring neighboring powers. Austria and Russia.
Reports of the Russian mobilisation
published in the Vienna Reichpost,
oran of the heir of the throne, spe specify
cify specify that all the ni it u y districts on
the frontier are to .- dop, a war foot footing
ing footing and that pr-pai .it ons in Russian
Roland include th d.spatch of an
enormous numl er of trains with
troops and munuirns to.vard the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian line.
Three Berlin papeis purport to have
information of the Austrian prepara preparations,
tions, preparations, which include mobilization of
three army corps for the Russian
frontier and reinforcements for Bos Bosnia,
nia, Bosnia, while from P-aerue an account is
telegraphed of German military ac activity.
tivity. activity. It is reported that 1C0.000 Ger German
man German reservists have been ordered to
join their regiments.
I'HOUIS OF ST. PKTE
r;oMiKits i:i.i:rn:i acaix
Iteferemlnm (.Iven it elliack In the
inerh-aii I'eilernt ion of l.alior
Rochester. X. Y.. Nov. 2 1. Samuel
Gompers was re--lec;ed pre-ident of
the American Federation of Labor this
afternoon over Max Haves of the In International
ternational International Typographical Fnion. The
vote was: Gompers, ll.H.l; May
0i4. It was the first
that there had been
Gompers, w ho h is
annually since 1 '.'".
The convention defeated the Fnited
Mine Workers' resolution calling for
future elections by a referendum vote
of the federation's t wo million mem members.
bers. members. Seattle was chosen as the meeting
place for i:i:i.
tune in ten years
opposition to Mr.
All other officers
Seem to he tint for the Stuff JiiMt I.Ike
the Ordinary Slnnern
St. 1 tersburg. Nov. 24. Prohibition
f rces in St. Petersburg have decided
. o: to present their petition to the
unty commissioners, asking that a
local option election be called in
!'i: ellas county. It was decided to
wait until after the tourist season be before
fore before asking for an election on the
iu. stion of open saloons in this coun county.
ty. county. A Campaign at this time would
drive many winter visitors away.
nvi:irs aim was deadly
IteMtaurant Keeper In a Jacksonville
siihurli Killed an Ks-Convlet
anil IIIm Itrother
Jacksonville, Nov. 24. First knock knocked
ed knocked down with a heavy piece of iron,
T. I,. Dyer, a restaurant keeper of
Highland, a suburb of this city, fired
upon Stephen and Sam Williams last
night, killing them almost instantly.
The edad men were brothers and
Stephen Williams was an ex-convict.
siltax is srrmumx
iMii't Willing for III ol!ier to March
Out of ilrlanople
London. Nov. 21. The Balkan allies
have waived their demand for the
evacuation by the Turks of the lines of
Chatalja and are willing that the gar garrison
rison garrison of Adrianople should march out
with the honors of war. according to
the Pall Mall Gazette.
They insist. however, on the sur surrender
render surrender of the fortress of Adrianople
itself. Tiie porte. on the other hand,
demands that Adrianople remain in invested
vested invested in tlie pending armistioe.
INDEPENDENCE OF ALBANIANS
Proclaimed by One of Their Leader at
l)ura.zo Saturday Afternoon
Vienna, Nov. 24. The independence
of Albania has been proclaimed at Du Du-razzo
razzo Du-razzo by Kamal Hey, the leader of the
Albanians, according to a report pub published
lished published in the Allgemeine Zeitung yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
THE DEADLY DELAY
Those who put off using Hall's Tex Texas
as Texas Wonder for their kidney, bladder
and rheumatic trouble make a deadly
delay, $1 bottle gives quick and per permanent
manent permanent relief. Write for testimonials,
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
Lou'" Mo. Sold by druggists.
(iATl'X'S (il.V.M ti.Vli:
SmIiik Open for the l"lrt Time at the
Touch of a tWrl'M Hand
Colon. Panama. Nov. 21. One of the
giant gates of the Gatun locks in the
Panama canal was tested for the first
time yesterday when Miss Helen Taft
put the electrical machinery in opera operation
tion operation and swung the gate open. She
was visiting the canal in company
with Henry L. Stimson, secretary of
war, and his party.
POUTO HICOVS NEW 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.s 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 advice.
We hope this great medicine will be
sold in every drugstore in Torto Rico."
For throat and lung troubles it has no
equal. A trial will convince you of its
merit. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Ad.
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's planing mill. I
also have other valuable lands at
Sparr going very reasonable.
HOSPITAL I) V AT THE FAIR
Thursday Thanksgiving Day will
be hospital day in Ocala and at the
fair. Pretty red cro-s nurses will be
stationed at prominent places through throughout
out throughout the business section of the city,
a.- well as at the fair grounds, to re receive
ceive receive donations for the handsome new
Marion County Hospital, which is now
in the course of construction. This
auxiliary board of the hospital man management,
agement, management, and the proceeds are for the
Fresh Apalachicola oysters at the
Pure Fool Market. 23 cents a pint and
"'. cents a quart.
Kvery family that has children is
liable to have croup. invariably at
night. If Ballard's IIorthoun-1 Syrup
is kept in the he-use. it saves going
after tiie nu-Iicine at an inconvenient
time a:i 1 cheek- the attack promptly.
Price. 2:.c, .'e and SI. S.;.:i bv all
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This outfit is almost
new and cost $4."0, but we offer it for
$150 spot cash. The Success Furniture
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
OLLIE MORDIS' MARKET OPLN
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis Is now open. Will keep on
and 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 righ.
Ad. OLUE MORDIS,
raler in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 29 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
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,
Cabbage plants; leading varieties;
Early Jersey Wakefield, Early Summer.
Early Flat Dutch, Collard Plants, ready
now. Order now, 11.25 per 1000; $5,000.
.". T. W. Bowen & Son, Waldo, Fla.
For rheumatic pains or neuralgia,
rub the parts affected with DARBY'S
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It penetrates
the flesh and relieves pain. For sore
throat, gargle with the fluid diluted
with water. For flesh wounds, burns,
scalds, or sores, apply it direct to the
wound. It heals quickly. For a
cramp, colic or dysentery take It in internally
ternally internally in water. Price 50 cents per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
Ten thousand dollars worth of un unredeemed
redeemed unredeemed pledges and drummer's
sample-, at special prices, a I am
overstocked with them and must reduce
the stock, at Goldman's. Why Pay
Parker f. ;:,:.! :.
filling kind, at P.. G-dd
Pay M .re? Ad.
r.-. t-.e self-
Terkeween Oil, tTie great nerve and
bone liniment: will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. Ad.
One of the most attractive campaigns
?f 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.
We trust that our readers will give
this tlour a fair trial.
Cabbage, collard, ttuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
Is your husband cross? An Irritable,
fault finding disposition Is often due
to a disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
natured. A great many have been per permanently
manently permanently cured of stomach trouble by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
11 111! 1
TPHIS SALE enables the people in Marion County, and thefsur-
rounding Counties, as well as our many customers in Ocala, to
come to our store, where they can buy the best class ot mer merchandise
chandise merchandise at the very lowest prices. This Sale is especially lor
people who come to the Marion County Fair and expect to do their
shopping. Come while here, make yourself acquainted with our
store, then we can assure you, with our courteous treatment, you
will visit our store hereafter.
Men's Fleece Underwear,
good value ...
3000 yds., 39 in. sheeting, well
worth 12k., this sale 10 yds.
Blankets Ranging in price from .
Ladies' Fine Fleeced Union Suits, $1 value
75c value, sale price
10 yds. 36 Bleaching, worth $1.50, sale price 98c
.75 Value salepriccjl .49
. . 1.79
. . 2.19
. . 2.79
. . 2.98
S8.00 Value sale price$5.98
S4.00VaIue sale price$3.19
3.50 " 2.98
3.25 " 2-49
aoo " 2.29
2.50 " 1.98
2.25 " 1.79
1.75 " 1.49
Don't fail to Visit our
Ladies' and Children's
Ready to Wear Depart Department
ment Department : : : :
S1.50 Value sale price98c
When you buy this Class of Merchandise you will wonder why we sell at these
prices. We sell lor Casn only, makiiiQ this easy to solve. Give us a Call.
Full stock May Canton Patterns, T. D. Barry Shoe, above all lor fine dress
10c each, at! izes New Styles, Sale Price $4.49
OCALA WEEKLY" STAR, .MONDAY', NOVEMBER 23, 1912
OCALA EVENING STAR
RUtlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
fl. R. Carroll, ISustnes Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mail matter
ALL IIOPK TO SKK IIKH
' owii:it or i m: ihik
j The t- r.i i- t v ir ".
!th.- -l:y t-;ri..rr.-.v -.vill f-
I'.'r.f foll')vv:ri 'iT'lf-r:
Of fi--f-rs of ., :. -b -n
Kir I'-i-in n:.i.t.
All who .): ,tk- I'.'ir 1'.
M : .i lar. ;
; i Mr. I'.ai. h'.l '.v i-- jer -..;
;,.-.!- of i;,! r. 'jt '!. ,.- te--;"h-
f -,,-rt. t::i:-. S.-.t? (".'.is ii'jr!'- 1 .it .:
. 1- k aftrp.MOTi ir. Jr--:.-.v l
. -..ry. thl- : r lu-v il. F. II..-- r
.f I.yr.T'.t, j.ie4:..ii. .r.tr.ii ?er-
Mr I', i:. M-Ivf-r -r.T
-, .?h ,i v.-rv .an'l-ori... a-k-
KV mutiikiin KXTKIimii:
moderation. Tht-y have punished the
uuilty, and the guilty only. Had uch
a tragedy haprened in a northern com- There wa rranlxed In Montsomerj,
munity, the people in i: would have Ala., about a year u.
l H I H I I. MMMtMIMM V 1 K
"IHIMMV l'HKK r ; IJrfurr lie- Wa I.vnehed that he Vn from home before thev 1
V V4 V
tried to lynch every r.e-To thev sa.v.
and driven hundreds of them away
Till: Ki.n-NOL COMPANY
for t!ie tiur:oe of manufacturing and
n A r,
I xt autr.rs
r.:. N .r.ir.i;
lh- AsMin of Old Man
After several days In Ocala, which
ner irienas nope were as j.ieasarn ;
her as to them, Irs. Park Trammell -de ar- 'ir .. rrlv r
left yesterday fo Tallaha.--.-ee, whirh !:.- ..juar- pr-"i;-T
will be her homf till 1 '. 1 T when she 1 All t o- owr.iTi owr.iTi-may
may owr.iTi-may remove to Washington. While f-T iiire h-v. i. .:
she was in Gcal, she owned the town. suspend bttine-.-and
can have i aa'n any time and -t "1 k :-!
calls for it.
Mrs. Trammell was accompanied to; T!o r.- i- a:r.l
vine train oy ner iiujicss, .uis. v. i n- i .-oj... i io .
Vis. ..IIMr aniVnlher -friend" roads in put tit.-'
: ? ;
-r--r..-'- :v-jk- on
at t:.e -.-itla
OC'ALA'S WTflTK WAV
niod.itlons for t
i )cala ."tar s
j .ip-rat-d r-r: : of
W have a straight tin that Ocala's : rrnic'i be;;- r thai,
irreat white way"',will soon lein to car- .per.t-i i'
? ahln. Knerrjretie ihuji'ness m-n are Tain pa 'I'ribat..
pushing the matter and most of the! I ne I rinme i -'
money for the enterprise is in siaht. ;its usual ..rrectt.-.
A""beginning will be made by putting in day oa. n-.n!.
the lamps around the public s-juare. were almo.-t a.- I
The posts will probably be set in the u-ars south of i;. t,ot
irrasav snaces between the curb and i -rtainly 1
the outside walks. Some people want wanted
ed wanted them set around the sidewalks
across from the courthouse, but this "point of comfort, and
will not do on account of the awn'rius: "f peopb- join- nor;
also, the posts must be set where they i people who o nor ;,
will h. nrntppted from the iarrin of! denounce th- dirty
wagons and trucks. It is almost cer-jto trav-i in so it
tain that the city electric lijrht andlto sj.eak of o ir
a r r ir''
i K i-!
- o i r.
; oo; N'.ir' i 'ar-
! river -e
Tnarro i 'v!
. . .
. 1 : i i i . :
: n v
Ld f or a
. a i
i A ;r.an w :-... i.-inir here from Mcintosh
oi.r day last week told a citizen of this
place, who roid a star reporter, that
J o n A t-r. w:i.. was lynched at Mc-Ir.t--r.
a f.--,v niiihts aao. confessed
t: a wuf the as-ass'n of Mr. Bur-
1 ---s fie said that he and Nile mad-,;..-
plot ;.-! nitz'.a before, that they 1
i -a at hed Mr. IPuraess leave the house.
' a- J ;ntnde-l to enter it as soon as the
"n 1 o!-l man was safelv out of hearinz. to
j t r a
tiiarketlny cleansers and soaps. cu cu-Uen
Uen cu-Uen of that c'ty by accident discover discover-el
el discover-el that a certain mineral, found in the
mountainous region of central Al Alabama,
abama, Alabama, possessed remarkable clean clean-in
in clean-in properties. When this fact be became
came became known the above named company
Xov. -:h Arrived. Svrxe wa formed, with a number of the
successful and nterprisinR
1 rrival ami i learaner if lllu Mrniiiern
at Port InKll"
S. Aladdin" from TeneriffV. will mo.-t
a . I li tl .17 w.li aiui L.&rkr nr.
an.i wa -' : i i
when I took it
e e a: Sun-lay na
i ey t hey helieved was in t he house.
they waited, they s-aw Miss
-vens. r Mi-s Muress as s'ue was
I -ad 4". (; tons of phosphate rock for merchants and professional men as its
jsponsers and directors. A ractory was
with 'at once erected and fully equipped
with the necessary machinery lor me
(manufacture of Kle-nol products and
l-o successful have the operations of
anv been that Kle-nol cleans-
Cleared : Austrian S. S. "Ida
-.tro -f phos;-hate rock for Ancona.
I M KITV IIOV
t" i. t t i 1 1 i ii r t i. ithe co mi
ers and Kle-nol soap are already be
uive oik. .Nov. .'4 in a one-si ieU :
lootoan aame on the local v.nd iron
;i';--'v ;n '0?:- en rally ailed
!. '.a v.- j.,tT!.e r-
i v. r' is----ent and
ir-i-,-... ,,f -(:.ir-. : nn-.r. -r w:iat ; i ,i .t
; i. i a I'i-r.r.or. on the banks of the -es-i ; "ivr.tr
'kiav. n,i river, where t:o y b-i:it their ; r- iv::. f ; h.--..-r:-.
-,vhi h wa- reoullt ino ne h e! j .i '. I a" tnv pla;
t'.-A v. ir- aii. tiie original r.-..rt k-n W. 1 1.
, ,f :; e ':. CI Of in r the i .ld t-- t h c.i--j
i. t f t.t Mr- Itar.lal live in Ml: o i:H W till TWO roitlll
i t r r
:., r Kf.
-e for m
re than flftv years, j
woinar. -.a seen in I
to our state and n a-
i h a. e the -,oue. probablv to visit a
n-'.ithbor. Nile- followed and over over-j
j over-j took :o-r. .lr.maed her into the woods
i in I wi.eii her orave resistance defeat-
-i .s or at a! purp-ise. hacked her to
' :i--e- wit h his knife. Archer said he
Meffert i ,i. d n-
hr! was killed until
I'alatka in i,e saw Xil-s returiiin.i spattered with
t- -m tour- i ii ou.i. I iit-v th.en sacKed ttte house,
-if travel OH the
roads. livery southbound train
thru thi city is ro-.vdt i a- :-. I
re .tr.- pi
o i n
oj woman, a !"V:n- no- -i.-r. t
Hid hristian r.-i-'ii!"r an I
ha- ijone to o-r reward t hi-
iy t -v.-1 ;. -ia- .-arned. T:o- Star
-xtr r.d- it diepest sympathy to the
M-ri-.iVt-1 ?on and other relative.-.
to the people of our i;reut. tirnwin
but failed to tind tiie money. They aid Gulf stream state.
yesterday afternoon Gainesville easily
defeated Live Oak by a score of "4 to 0.
a i :
power plant will be called on to look
after the lights. It is necessary to
put the work In the hands of a re responsible
sponsible responsible official, for if it is left with
private Individuals they are often una unable
ble unable or unwilling to attend to the work.
A BEAUTIFl'L TItllll'TK
Pt:nesv,He has .sent to N w oi l-- fi-at.-l
employed a secretary for her
,. ;(: :;,- had hoard of trade, at a salary of 2.40o a
f .1 o-k- o.vii:.- X-.: -I.d. and News.
n pen;.-;. w.i- are ,-ala -iidn't have ? s- nd out of the
; :;ei-e is --arid do ,.;ty i i ni i t s to hnd a man who is worth
: 2. J'jo. wheti.er lie receives it or no.
. : a ,-:.a: 'Ti.n
; -1 -1 ; 1 1 a s e r 1 1
and to, vi.
a io7.-t: demo,
s a-kin-; for 1
nacr, out h
e is satished
as : .. -:,o
o- -tate. In
re are from
a point ment
in I.f stiur;;
i Pos? ma st-r
i n i
S a ;t.e
no i .ViMinif-rcial.
a:ii!i:i-jt"l Mr. Itur-iess as he returned
:;!!. and Archer shot him. They
foun-1 ome money in his pockets and
iivi-led it. and then separated. Archer
returning i:one while Niles went to
the railroad station to board the train.
A rc'aer's confession cleared the ne?ro
-;irl r.o was believed to be implicat implicated
ed implicated :n the double crime. She has not
been harmed, so sail the Mcintosh
sold in five different states.
The company adopted a plan, in
order to avoid expensive advertising
to accomplish distribution, of selling
its oatiital stock outside of its home
I II NKM.II. iMtHT.MTlo j tovvn where f ,.t,ur.,. a larse amount
State of Florida. Kxe. uttve office. jof the stock is hold, and in furtherance
Thursday. November -S. l:02. is ,f this plan a number of the most
hereby designated as a day of Thanks- j prominent citi.ens of Oca la have,
uivirm to the "Giver of all yood tfifts i throuah Mr. II. T. Partow, the fiscal
and ".races" for His lovina kindness a -rent of the company, who is stopping
; in the city at present, made subscrip subscription
tion subscription for some of thi stock.
1 rders for Kb--nol products are be-
ala. Frank llu'yf-r lias! man. but she left for parts unknown.
oo-r i year To serve, and p i"oi
men' wouldn't .-'and for his t
ofri to be curtailed.
senti-' "onsiderinsr the awful nature of the
-rm of -crime they had to deal with, the peo people
ple people of Mcintosh have acted with great
Claude IVEngle can write beautiful
and touching sentiments as well as (
stern denunciations of wrnns and vis- j
orous arguments for right. His tribute!
to his departed mother in the last issue i
of Dixie goes home to the heart of ev-
ery one who reads it. We take from i
it the following, as one of the noblest
elegies ever penned by son to a par parent:
ent: parent: "My mother lived in this world a
little more than eighty-two years, and
those who knew her from childhood
have told me that she was good to
them. I had known her a little more
than half of her life in this world, and
she was always good to me. All my
life I have known of her among her
neighbors, and I know that she never
gave or received the unkind word.
She had faith in the goodness of God
and man; she had hope for the fulfill fulfillment
ment fulfillment of the highest aspirations of the
aoul; she had charity broad and deep
and always awake to the needs of men.
The same virtues that made her a joy
and comfort to those who knew her
in the material world will open to her
a limitless sphere of usefulness in the
spiritual world. To me she was a
friend who had faith when others
doubted, who had patience when my
faults made others leave me, who had
sympathy when others were unmind unmindful
ful unmindful of the need, and who had charity
when others were weary."
JAMES R. IIIIOOMK
State Senator James K. Broome,
aged 67 years, passed away peaceful peacefully
ly peacefully at 1 o'clock this morning at the
home of his son, Stockton Broome, of j
No; 1207 Riverside avenue.
For the past year or more Senator
Broome has been in failing health and j
though he was ill his end was not con considered
sidered considered near. As a young man he en entered
tered entered the Confederate army and serv served
ed served with distinction.
The body will be shipped today to
his former home, Quincy, where the
funeral services will be held either
Monday or Tuesday. Times-Tnion.
The entire state will regret the death
of this genial and gifted man, a mem member
ber member of an old and honored family and
always a staunch friend of the people.
A DESERVED COMPLIMENT
The Times-Union of Sunday prints a
picture of Mrs. William llocker of this
city on one of its. society pages, and
"Mrs. llocker of Ocala was unani unanimously
mously unanimously elected president of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Federation of wTooien's Clubs at
the session held in Weft Talm Beach
last week. Mrs. Hockerfin a charming
woman with magnetic personality, and
under her regime it ie expected that
much will be accomplished by the fed federation.
eration. federation. She attended many of the
beautiful functions planned for the
delegates to the convention."
ACCIDENT TO MR. PEYSER
Mr. Henry Peyser, superintendent of
the Star's job printing department,
met with an accident this morning
that came near being serious. Mr.
Peyser was cutting paper on the power
cutter and reached his right hand un under
der under the blade to remove some paper.
The automatic trip was sprung in
some way when it should nor have
operated, and the blade came down on
his hand, catching all of his ringers.
Mr. Peyser called out for help and two
of his assistants were fortunately at
hand. Eddie Smith caught the fly flywheel
wheel flywheel and held it from making a full
revolution. and Miss Garnet Pose
opened the electric switch and cut
the power off from the motor. After
almost fainting she sat down and
cried. But for the work of these two
young people, which was almost quick quicker
er quicker than thought. Mr. Peyser would
have lost his hand. As it was the ma machine
chine machine could be turned back only in one
way. Mr. Yonce fortunately under understood
stood understood how to do that and Mr. Peyser's
was soon released, the backs of
fingers having been cut to the
His escape was one of those
pieces of luck we see sometimes. A
physician dressed the wound and in a
short time Mr. Peyser was back in the
office but looking rather pale about
The Star carries employer's liability
insurance with Messrs. Muncaster :
Bell, something, by the way. that any
business with an element of hazard in
It should never neglect.
mo K. OF. p. n NQI F.T
H. W. Tompkins. L. M. Johnson and
Bart Corley represented Hermion
Lodge No. 27, K. of P.. at the district
convention in Eustis Monday night.
About 83 Knights were in attendance
and ten candidates were given the
first degree. Leesburg Commercial.
Something of the same will be do doing
ing doing with the Ocala lodge this evening.
St. Petersburg has a right to be
proud of its splendid school attenl attenl-ance.
ance. attenl-ance. Fully 1200 pupils in the class
rooms of the Sunshine City is proba
blr the largest attendance in the state
In proportion to population.
Done this November 1 fc, UM-.
Albert V. Gilchrist. Governor
I'., the governor. Attest:
li. Clay Crawford.
Secretary of State.
inu taken by Mr. Bartow from grocers
and draw ktists of Ocala where the
sioods will In the very near future be
placed on sale.
DR. V. K. L.VtVE
Speclallttt Eye, Ear, oe and Throat
Office, Law Library Eld;
ome to Tin:
ni v i. ii i; il m iiool
Ocala. Ad. Jacksonville. Nov. 21. The Duval
High School football learn won from
When you've had the doctor, you! the "subs" from the Pnlverslty of
Florida. Gainesville, yesterday after-
neea us. Phone?, 20 and 27:3. Gerig's
Drus Stores. Ad.
noon by the score of 3 to 0.
i Cm i III I i,
pL WW- WJr-rzx. ffffMX
u "F Wm MWf--ifr v lWffm
-y vA l""' -'&SJfit
5 ""j!--i-v. ( :-t j a i
V. hV k. 3&
A Merelnaiiiisc Event of Unpesffltoiaiable
Iitercsl to Everyone in This City, Etc.
TH A MWSniIWf ? Bumper harvests in every province; ihe Calamity Bogy I id
SlfiiiVOUI V iliui on the shell lor flood and all; the "ill winds" ol uncertain uncertainty
ty uncertainty laid by the rain oi Prosperity, and the country iinally settling down to the en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment oi bountilul Peace and Plenty. Good cause lor thanksgiving, isn't it?
We think so, and we're going to express our appreciation by visible meansT
E&T TIABCSIVI SALE, WHDCIHI STAIT HERE
Y. NOV- 25TH AND CS3TIS1UE UWTIL SATUKDAY NOV. 30TH.
This Sale embraces practically every line of seasonable, dcsiiable ir.ercliaiidie. ai d juiccE aie to lew tbat jcu Aill thank jtui linky hfau yen tan c. The nierchan-
di se which this 1 liankstjiviiig iale comprises is taken Irom our regular inter stocks and in a great many instances decisively reduced in price solely to make certain
of the postive success of this event. This Thanksgiving Sale then offers an exceptional occasion for you to purchase your needs for Thanksgiving Day, as well as for
t lie entire Winter at savings from regular prices that are both worth while and unusual, : : : :
IN MEN'S WINTER CLOTHING
The Suits and Overcoats of the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive tailor have their rivals in these
garments. Kvery popular model, either
conservative, eradical. is contained in
stock, while every f.ibric. color and
pattern is represented. Men who have
an eve to tiieir future needs will has has-ten
ten has-ten to take advantage of these Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving specials?:
Men's Blue Serce,
or rnfinishdl Worsted Suits. These
are suitable lor every occasion and
are selling at ? --'.'. uur price
for these is
A very lartre assortment ot' Men's
Suits of all weaves and colors. Made
strictly ui to uo-v and as .stood as
one nee. Is. l ney are worm more
but we are selling
Here is a line of Suit? you must
see. You will lind Serges. Worsteds,
Cassemers and in tact all the new newest
est newest goods. The.-e garments should
TIIAXKSf.IVING OFFKKIXGS IX
i.oi:i.y im:ssi:s and skirts
This much we can vouch for
that you have seldom seen lovelier
dresses and skirts or dresses and
skirts of liner quality and more cor correct
rect correct style than these. And we can
guarantee that the following values
which are occasioned hy our Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Sale, are hy all odds the best
of the season!
LAIUKS CIIIFFOX KVKXIXG
.Made over China Silk. We have
them in all colors and sizes. Made
in the very latest drop effect and are
easily worth Sl". Our price from
Monday to Saturday
Ladies Channelise Dresses, suita suita-Me
Me suita-Me for afternoon wear. We have
them in ISrown. Xavy and Tauje, all
sizes. They an made with the lat
est Ilohespicrre collars: the real
value of these dresses i
S1-."o. Monday only
i it v I
T!lAKS(;iVT(; OFFF.IUXfiS IX
SIAIST. STVLISII COATS AXI)
The.-e are The stunning coats and
suits you admired earlier in the sea season.
son. season. TLe are marked at prices that
make purchasing easy and profitable.
I I T l! f
1 I1! li
We have put in about 20 of the very
latest style suits in this lot, most of
tliHin cut in the new cutaway frock
styb 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.
II icy will go at $19.95
We have the new Scotch .Mixtures in
Tan and Gray. Some are Johnny
Coats, but most of them ac the long
coats. They are made up 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
are selling them a;
You will almo-t tind any;hing you
want in MeiiV Overcoats in our
t ion. We can sell you a;
you wan: a: from $i;
sood descrip-sood as
Where You Will Eventually Trade
WHY NOT NOW ?
We have a real spf cial to offer you
for next week and it is a good one.
An all wool flasket Weave Worsted
Suit, made in this seasons styles, all
colors and siz-s. Satin lined and a
Suit for $10 00
Save Sale Tickets
Save vonr sale tickets as ihev are valuable to vou. On December 1st. we in in-tend
tend in-tend to giveaway two nice Art Squares to the peion holding the largest amount
in these tiek'ets. Ask us to explain to ycu.it means a five present if you are the
luckv one. Mr. J. Lovell of Span, wen a nice sewing maehine Oetober 1st.
You Are Invited
J To make our store your headquarters during Fair Week. We have plenty of
room for you to meet your fiiends in our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department.
Make appointments with your relations to meet tham at F R A N K S
OCALA WEEKLY STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1912
nrm nr Tnnnr
tracts From a Mary
IH. MTHlK! ROSE Ll.CHEO
' Iv-ly in : -'
"Last week I toM a close frien 1 that I would save about ten dol dollars
lars dollars from my wages thi.-s month. Ye.-.rrday ho came to me to see if I
woul'l loan him five dollar. He has another job at better wage?, but did
not have enouch money to buy his railroul ticket, after iayin? all he
owed. He promised to send it to in? fir.-t pay day so I let him have it.
"I h'AW this advertisement in trie j.aj.er today:
VK INVITE YOU
Would it not be an immense alvirit.
cclnt. or ;iny otb r ca j.- wher you
' money to be to rail for t.ae :: irit
'ortif to the Commercial Rank a-.! o;--ri
We pay four p r rr-nt interest on savin:
"I am going to make some inquiry about
j Mdt f'0tlr. F:hllilfa nriil bi
4 He ml for Ibr OprnloK f the Fair
it a 5
a n a
-vrnt of iHne's, or ac ac-require
require ac-require a sum of ready
-ink? We invite yoa to
'."'unt with $1 or more.
: r :
M. God lard
.- : ilk
a savings account.
THE WAY TO SAVE -HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
: H-: i i
i f V f t-
CLEAN ALL) i-W3
THE FOLLOWING PROMJCTS OF THE KI.F-.0LC0. OF MONT MONT-(ip.UFKY.
(ip.UFKY. MONT-(ip.UFKY. ALA., TO HI ON SAiE IN OCALA
Kle-Nol Scouring Powder
Kle-Nol Scouring Brick
Kle-Nol Laundry Soap
Kle-Nol Mechanic's Soap
Kle-Nol Pink Carnation Toilet Soap
. o j r a g r
we, a x .aer
f e i s U C C S s
T : e r-;jr
'.v a w ( i r k ; r. :
''o's. al'.v iy iy-Frank
Frank iy-Frank Math
next Mr--. .J
Floyd u r r-own
own r-own good t
hij; frf o
aa L ;r'.:..
-a .i; j:.t. at
a- v-ry -r. -h.:-autlful
a a 1 1
i r ; i n
A li t .
r. 1. a
r t :
The jrodiurt- of the Klc-w-l Co..
and have pro en superior- to al I
.A ii ii in trr or prommeni inzcns o; ucaia are inrer
ested in the Kle-Nol Co., as ritockholdi i, which
alone is a good reason why yon should.
Include in your next order to your grorer or druggist
one or more of the above.
are Southern m.'ide
of Oca la are
Fiidt rt:' kt-r Ssnlth, .lionet 10 and 'Jl.
FIH voV AT
tiii: ti:iim,i: roMdiir
.-s- Pyl.-s ar.d Mr-.
Jin jartinz s-itn- of
.oks t. t Florid t
l-r.a rt :in-nt. m ':'
i rr.-n ':(. rti..kiriu t::'
r an! Sii.;dy '".. building
jp. rv-r. I-.. I l:-nn-r t.
( i".iitry h-r.'. !.a- h is
r.ad;.-. Th.- n-w pat.-nt
uo'jd enough for i.eople to
!.f-y u-:v )iuT. and many
ir.' .ilr-a.ly in nlirr.
'; Woman's d. r t n n : ar
.riht an I rn ; '-:.: y-uny
Mi-- Ann!.- Iavi.-. aMy a.-si-t'd
'.y Mrs. Kan it-r ltoi.(rsn and Missc-s
Annie- Atkinson. Al:c- Flullock and
Oiiiifli t Sau: ll of t;iis city. Mrs. J. I..
Intosh. Mrs. J. W. Da Da-.1.1
.1.1 Da-.1.1 and Mrs. M. -Manas
ivirc arraninur witii
H.d '.is!c for th l.est
In tb- Uoral
til- MUiet I'UT
tin wars in
The agricultural iiall was in orderly
confusion. J. 'I. Kichline was hookirm
exhibits, "tnrade Scimeider was com-i
petin or cooperat inc. just as he
pleases, with the decorations. H. ..
Kramer loomed up larz- n one side
of th- house at the time, and M. K.
Uunnicut. Joe Cotter and Fllis Hri-
anc- wer- variously helpful. Across
the way M( Iver Ma-Kay's men were
every detail was the
by Mrs. Simeon T. S;?-
ur.k I'jT -VTa earK xrammeii or iai-
lar.asse. last Saturday afternoon. Trie
o-v.-A-.on was an unusually delightful
afTair. owinr to the fact that the
'. on ore- was t:.e younsc wife of Flor Flor-.
. Flor-. i-ld' dis;;n'J.s'.ed governor-elect, a
. fur and winsome bride who during
h-r short visit amon h-r Oca la
f.-i-r.d- ha- added many more for her-
-eif and popular husband. She .-eem-tel
particularly pretty upon this aftt-r-;
noon ir. a dainty blue chermeuse wit h
hi-' picture hat and witii ner hostes".
in simple whit-. r-ceiVtJ the auest auest-!
! auest-! mo-t informally in the parlor of th th-.beautiful
.beautiful th-.beautiful Si-trunk home, the room be be-inz
inz be-inz srmply decorated with vases or
r .--s : r- and tnere.
Aft-r the quests had arrived all
pa.s-i into th- bis dining room and
lur. h-on was served just as the clock
struck one. The table was most at attractive
tractive attractive with its snowy liner., china
and class and beautiful silver and wa wa-l;d
l;d wa-l;d with twelve rovers. In the cen center
ter center of the table was placed a larue re reflector
flector reflector upon which rested a five-candle
cut alass candlabra. with similar small
ones placed near each end of the table,
all lighted and daintily shadded by
pale -rn fluted silk shades carland carland-ed
ed carland-ed with tiny rose buds. At the base ot
each were twine 1 d. li ate ferns and J
j. laced at intervals vere lar?e bowls!
of pink ro-s. jra:h-r c5 fro-n "Arien."
the Sistrunk's wc.uieriul ountry farm.
The place cards were hand-pain ted I
boxes of ros-es tle1 wi h j.ink ribbon
and placed alon? t' e tf ble were mints;
ari'l almonds in silver bo vis. :
S-ated at on- nd of the table was
the hostess with Mrs. Trammell at her
risiht. while Mrs. Caarles Rheinauer;
occupied the place at the left. At the i
other end of the table was Mrs. Will-
iam Hooker, who has just been elect- I
r. p :-r:ar.t
IIt. MHTI l IKI(.
"A" it 'J
w - k s
T j t. :
i:. Rila -f
Mr H W
r- all with
V IIKI IIKll. ITIt IIOVT
i : : e 1 1
Chace t ; '. 5
to the far
will :. -;;
Ti e halt-
f-ct. Ti Tied
ed Tied cypress
THERE'S NO STRINGS TO AN ACCOUNT
ai ine ucaia National Bank. All checks, draffs, clc,
are paid cn demand Without demur or delay. That
means that depositor's are as much at command asil
they had the cash in their pocket. ::::::
AN ACCOUNT AT T2E CCA LA NATIONAL BANK
II never is belter than cash. It is safer. Open one
and yon have at oi:ce all the advsnteccs of currency
payments and securiiy that payments by checks afford
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FULLY IX 975,000
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
EDWARDS, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP, Vice PrS.
i i s.
ea J : y
e'.l season season-wit'a
wit'a season-wit'a i.r.is-
fi- .-te-r,r. -starting
rimmin us .;:
fact, there 's r.o tlttin or
if any other nut-rial, ex ex-:ft.
:ft. ex-:ft. which is st. -1
11 d-vt h-. 1 mil. s an
4-cyi:n.! r. ""-hp. motor,
ry is ail nr. J-r the ov ov-noti
noti ov-noti ini: -xpost-d -. -p:
wi...-t 1. r v. r-- lever.
president of the State Federation natural el
nton of M.
pomolisical hall. R.
ient Tax Collector
ist w-re puttinii fruit ind
pla:-. This looks like it i
be a beautiful and profuse
Initial stationery, '.',Zc.
O-ri.ii's. lru; Stores. Ail.
the box fit
.Indite Cull. -I; and
Davis left this inornin;
at i trooks ville.
I'm re 1 'mmI ii idI
Lei, ihoii 171.
! I Mall, rlty
l. C. Ilo.th. 11
Take Diyrestlt for Indigestion
wear a smile. At K'ourt Charmacy.-
three specially select -pictures
at tiin Temple
and the Temple r r-heard
heard r-heard in hiiiti class
selection-. (fours op-n at C : i .". and th th-id
id th-id mission is ." and 10 cents. There
have b-tii so many requests for a re return
turn return bookinii of that urand civil war
picture. "Tite Siei;- of 1 'etersburii.'
tuat Mr. 5reen has booked it for an
early date. Watch for the notice, and
if you did not see it at the Ideal, don't
fail to see it at the Temple. Special
preparations are beini; made for this
week's amateur ninht. bo watch for
A tu-at two-story residence is belni;
built near the baseball park on South
I'earl tooth brushes a-e sold at
(Scrip's Driitf Stores at 2.1o. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
Mr. Fred Cook, a knight of the Krip.
was in town from Ocala on Tuesday. -DeKand
Mr. T. .1. Vonce of St. I'etersburtf
came up today to spend a few days
with his daughter and son. Mrs. R. R.
'arroll and Mr. Kewis Vonce. and visit
Stop couhinn- by usdn
(,'iusli Syrup. Sold only
r Cherry Rark
at the Rexall
T-n thousand dollars worth of un unredeemed
redeemed unredeemed pled-;.-.-- and drummer's
samples, at spec'al prices, as I am
uv-rstocked with them and must reduce
the stock, at Goldman's. Why Ray
elk In ttie fireman's zoo Is at-
r.t; lots of attention. This hand hand-animal,
animal, hand-animal, under the care of the
I have a full stock of every kind
amtnunlt ion. It. Goldman. Why 1
Mr. W. I'.
u rd ay from
a pleasant visit to
inoves. Nyal'.-inoves. Stores.
Remover actually t
at both Geriir's Druj
A full line of
flower pots at a
Seed Store. Ad.
Miss Christian Cook has
erection of a residence
I '.rooks vi lie. P.rooksville A r
the Ocaja j
tiretnen. is luoklnu fi"e and fat, and
--m- onteiit in his captivity.
Mrs. John Dossier and daushter-in-
law. Mrs. if. C. Doxier. left yesterday i
fur Jacksonvill, ts here they will j
meet Dr. Doziraritl all return home j
today. Grandpa Jolm Is actins as!
nurse for the two lj-etty kiddies while
the lady folks are away.
settin.tr ready to show a small depart department
ment department store.
Professor Wiley ami several indus industrious
trious industrious assistants were in t he colored
people's birldinii. preparing for their
always Rood exhibit.
In the background. ;t- merry-RO-round.
a moving pi. tur- .show and a
wild west outfit had pitched their
Mr. t'.d- Waiiuon-r. a veteran cater caterer
er caterer from Tampa, lias the restaurant.
He is aided by a lartr- and capable
force and their preparations look ap appetizing.
petizing. appetizing. Out on the track. Malcolm Williams
was exercisini; his swift little pacer
"Maud'' and P.ennie t'ondon on his In Indian
dian Indian motorcycle was hurtlinir by like
a small thunderbolt on wheels. Pack
at the stables. Trainer SpraRiie and
Mr. II. II. Whitworih were lookinii
over their racers.
If the reporter has overlooked any anybody
body anybody in this .-ketch, they will please
remember he was out at- the fair
Rrounds only about 1 minutes.
Following is the ra
First race. Three
Rest two In three, mil
Second race. Motorcycle
Third race. 2:4.1 class. Rest two in
three, mile beats. 1'urs-. $7"..
Fourth race. Running. half-mile
. : 1 r : C ...
j Last Saturday
i Rolla Green
i party m. titi.
'of W oman s Clubs, at the recent con-
vention at West Palm Reach. Other
1 liut-sts were Mrs. Clarence Camp. Mrs.
K. U Carney. Mrs. R. S. Hall. Mrs. D
, M. Smith, Mrs. Charles Lloyd, Mrs. K.
; M. Howard. Mrs. I W. "Duval. Mrs.
iCin. rles TydinRs.
! 1 ic six-course luncheon was per perfectly
fectly perfectly -rved and exquisitely dainty in
i s every a ppoi n t men t. and was done
f .11 ju tice to by the happy guests.
T ie m-nu consisted of oyster cock cock-ai'
ai' cock-ai' wafers, ureen pea boullion, bread
I p tul iutter sandwiches tied with rib ribbon,
bon, ribbon, cream asparagus on toast, mail
.apple jelly, bread sticks, roast turkev
breasts, cranberry sauce, rice balls.
uravy. oyster stuffing, creaan peas in
heart shaped cases, flaky hot biscuit,
punch, stuffed grapes on lettuce leave,
inayonaise cheese wafers, fig snow
i i fresh figs whipped cream) anRel
cake, coffee, mints.
And with interesting conversation
;the charming hostess added new
i.iuiei 10 otri iiuunrniici) iiunii, J s U p T at
ing the luncheon toasts were drunk tt;nini. y,r
Mrs. Trammell, the next mistress of : re hst
I-lorida ,s gubernatorial mansion, and
president of the Florida Federation of; Mrs. Gay
Woman's Clubs Mrs. Wm. Hocker. ivarson of
After leaving the dining room, the jr i penn-'.t.
ladies ailjourned to the broad veranda j j,,.. xAi. f,,j,
; where for the next three-iuarters ofjcamp home for
uour iney were Kepi ousy oy a.rs rM
cieveriy arranged guessing contest, ; Ed ward F
made in booklet shape and marked t
in a most or mnai manner, tne ques questions
tions questions being answered with well known!
titles of popular magazines. After thisi
contest each lady was invited to place
.her autoRraph in a little booklet that
.when the pages were folded over form form-j
j form-j ed the queerest and oddest little
'skeletons in pen and ink sketches.
This was presented to the honoree as
ia souvenir of the loveliest of happy
Mays, for not only in heart but our
I "ghosts" as well will follow her for
Mrs. Sistrunk enterta'ns charming charmingly
ly charmingly and always to social functions.
larRe or small, over which she pre presides,
sides, presides, the stamp of real individuality
and this beautiful luncheon was a most
fitting climax to a round of lovely en entertainments
tertainments entertainments In honor of the "first
lady of Florida."
.c-s and cjil. Th- b
..ity U v.ry large,
r- of solid mahogany
wood is finished in
r.eir.R varn:.-:a to
lustre. 'I'ii- boat iS
great d-al of att-ntk
n at J
l. OF I". TOMf.HT
f P. si
a t t h e
im ia i;iiii. i:Mi:itriF.n
Tuesday evening Mr Dale Mabry.
Mr. Kenneth White and Mr. Jake Ma Mason
son Mason entertained the following party
with a charming Spanish dinner at El
Pasaj-. Y'oor f'ity: Miss .Josephine
Rullock and Miss Annie Pearl Liddon.
of o.ala: Miss Omera Holloway of
and Mrs. Rolla Green
Schneider of Plant
led above, with
m l hostess
and Monday eve eve-Albert
Albert eve-Albert Schneider
at a chafing dish
Livingston n e
Ro.-al'e. is vine-
Miss Let a
Mrs. Rennet t
it ing Mrs.
is at tlie
the -u-.-t- of Mrs. M
Mrs. M. A Williams.
a montns visit. Later
of Savannah and Mrs.
"hicgo will visit at
th- city for the fair.
Dou gal's mother.
weat !; r for a
f-w 'lays, i-
'hapman. Jr.. and bride of
pent Sunday in the city,
ti tii- car with Ir. Reaves.
THE FLORIDA -CENTRAL
NORTH OCALA is growing more
rapidly than any other part of the
city. We give below a few few
names of parties who have bought
lots recently: F. E. Harris, J. G.
Ferguson. Dr. E. Van Hood, J. D.
Small. R. Peebles, Rev. J. B.
Ley, J. s. Grantham, Mrs. Mollie
Gates, Walter Wells, D. W. Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, J. J. McCranie, J. B. Hays, J.
L. Smith, C. V. McCranie, Dr. A. L.
Izlar, John Dozier, L. M. Sherouse,
E. T. Spencer, Mrs. M. M. Little, M.
Fishel, M. T. Orr, J. Bray, J. W.
Akin. G. D. Hogan, Z. C. Chambliss,
Dr. Walter Hood.
We are now busy subdividing a
tract adjoining the property sold at
auction by us in February, 1911,
and which will be offered for sale on
Monday morning the 23th of Novem November,
ber, November, for private sale and the remain remaining
ing remaining lots by auction later on. Eight
houses have already been built on
the subdivision sold in 1911 and a
number more are in contemplation
on the property and adjoining. If
you haven't been in this part of town
lately it is no trouble to show it to
you. See Mr. Seymour or Mr. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row and examine the plat. It is
good property and you can't invest
your money to better advantage.
OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN.
Todd & Co. have a most convenient
bicycle delivery. in which they can j
send clothes to their patrons without
possibility of wrinkling. 1
Mr. Harold Dunn, the valued young
ird foreman of the Ocala Lumber !Cr
Supply Company. left yesterday to
take charge ufhe same work for the
company at its big plant in St. Petersburg.
filling kind, at P..
Ray More? Ad.
street parade. Leave
The Dodge Sign Co.
signs for the
orders in time.
White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
t he Court Pharmacy. Ad.
should have a V. M. C. A.
a big work here for a well
institution of the sort.
Mr. R. F. Condon has Just received a
beautiful Columbia grafanola In a
desk stand. It is a most happy combi combination
nation combination of the beautiful, the musical
and the useful. Step in to his store
and see and hear It.
Dr. .1. C. Roozer returned Saturday
from his visit to Georgia. The doctor
took in the corn and apple expositions
in Atlanta and other places. He made j
the reporter's mouth water telling
I him about the lovely big apples from
t Habersham county, for the reporter
J feasted on those same apples a third
jof a century ago, and hasn't seen any j
I since, not even from Hood River. Ore.. I
'that tasted half so good. Doctor j
P.oozer is on hand with his usual en-j
Uhusiasm to help with the fair.
Mr. J. M. Klock, of thw real estate
firm of Kramer & Klock. who spent
last winter in the city, will arrive in
Ocala from his New Hampshire home
this week. Mrs. Klock and the child children
ren children will come later on.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dye and son, Mr.
Ocala. and iire located on South Ninth i
street near Tuscawilla.
Sunbeam Soda, full pound
Van Houlen's Cocoa requires
only hall as much as OC-i
other Cocoas, cans 25, 45, GOvCi
Tompkins & Cobb sold last;
head of horses and mules
from their big live stock sales barns, i
Sunbeam Corn Flakes
C. V. Finney, representing Missj
Clarke in "Introduce Me," wasj
he city today, arranging ror tnei
arance of that brilliant play at i
Temple next Monday evening.
Victor-Victrolas and Records, Strings
for all String Instruments, Sheet Music
and Music Books.
I make the most
articles of value.
Pay More? Ad.
liberal loans on all
R. Goldman. Why
WANTED A good, reliable woman
to do cooking and kitchen work. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Marion County Hospital.
Miss Annie Pearl Liddon returned
home last night from Plant City,
where she attended the wedding of
Miss Tommie Moody and had a most
enejoyable visit with other members
of the society set in that pretty town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kfird of I.eesburg
spent Sunday in the city the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Duval.
Mr. H. YV. Tompkins of Leeshurg
was in the city yesterday on a visit to
brother, Mr. D. W. Tompkins.
n l I
Mr. and Mrs. I W. Duval will leave DaCKdUeS 101
-V ni ........ ... 1 ... V
luiiiuiiun or uei uay tor Atlanta,
where they will visit relatives for a
few days before going to Kentucky.
Ooing hunting? Have no gun? Do
not worry. Come to me: I'll rent you
one. P.. Goldman. Why Ray More? Ad.
All kinds of signs and decorations
neatly and quickly executed by the
Dodge Sign Co. ll-22-3t
Miss Myrtle Dedge. a pretty young
lady ot Gainesville, after a pleasant
visit to Mrs. Relle Deen. returned home
yest erda v.
Diamonds on credit to persons with
satisfactory references, at R. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why Rav More? Ad.
See the black satin pumps Just re received
ceived received at Little's Shoe Parlor. They
tit and benefit. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs.
ful trip of five
M. J. Roess
night after a
weeks in the
Snowdrift Compound and Wes Wesson's
son's Wesson's Cocking OH, belter than
Cottolene, and costs less.
Sunbeam Mince Meat with line
recipe lor Mince Pie, Truit Cake
;ind Plum Pudding, IZn
All kinds ol Nut and Fruit Cake Jr
WANTKD A Rood steady meat cut cutter,
ter, cutter, white man preferred. Apply to
i he Pure Food Meat Stall, city market.
M. C. Dosh, proprietor.
Week we will sell New
Mr. and Mrs. Sep S Smith and two
little dauRhters of Illinois stopped in
the city last night, on their way to
their winter home in Sarasota to visit
Mr. Smith's cousin. Mr. K. C. Smith.
Pianos as Low as $173.
as Low as $35.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Chapman of
Jacksonville are in the city the guests
of their daughter, Mrs. Edwin Spencer.
luring fair week.
Miss Omerea Holloway. the charm charming
ing charming daughter of Superintendent W. M.
Holloway. is the guest of Miss
Rullock and ill probably stay
after the Thanksgiving ball.
Export Borax Soap, same size
l Mr. aiid Mrs. Dallas Jeffeoat
have apartments at the home of
' K. M. Osborn.
Miss Josie Rullock returned home
yesterday from her v i i r to Plant j
City, where she attended the wedding
of Miss Tommie Moody and many other j
brilliant j-ocial affairs.
and shape ol Octagon and is a
better piece ol soap
a m i
Sunbeam Oatmeal per
tliih Murray came up from
t.iJiiv and will be the guest of
J. Chambliss for several days.
S. Humphries of Moultrie. Ga
Ruby and Mary Davis and
0. M. Davis. W. O. Rrowne and
1. U12 of Gainesville. Fla.. and
R. Rrowne of Atlanta,
Rethel Gallagher returned Sat-
fr.i"i a business trip to savan-
Mr. Vernie. Stevens came up from
Lakeland Saturday night to spend
Sunday with Mrs. Stevens and their
pretty little daughter.
Just received at Little's Shoe Parlor,
a late shipment of four-button Oxfords
in gun metal and patent leathers. Ad.
Suit cases and trunks. The largest
line in the country, embracing every everything,
thing, everything, at Goldman's. Why Ray More?
Miss Shell Souter. teacher in the
Red.lick school, and Miss Helen John Johnson,
son, Johnson, one of Red. lick's belles, sj.er.t the
week end with Miss Fannie Clark.
For quick signs pamtea while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Live orders same old
While it could be greatly
on. F.xposition street is
shape now than it has been
time. Tiie recent work on i'
a labor well spent.
Fair signs painted while
Two expert sign artists await
lers at the original Dodge
! tter 1
: n a Ion g
v.. a wait.
your ir ir-Sign
Sign ir-Sign Co.
! In Julge Rell's court this morning,
oscar Williams, colored, of Zuber. was
' :i: 1 5 "00 or six months in jail for
Carrying concealed weapons. Such
! sentences are setbacks for the irre irre-'
' irre-' .-.nsi hie coons who swagger around
; -v,.-. .-..-.mtry. loaded with artillery
' .:. thev utilimber at the least i
We have a Number of Slightly Used
Pianos and Organs that may be had
for a mere song.
Come In And Look Our Stock Over
: r. w
Shop 28 j S. Ma;
tnolia street. Jos. W.
son of Mr. and Mr. Cop
:n broken in the elbow last
-.ile -playing with his father
has been ?e: and the little
doing very well.
Ladv's small r;n. ereen
four-leaf clover with pear
vntrr and small srold stem. Lost be.
tween Peyser's store and Mrs. Arm
boarding house on Fort K'ng avenue.
Return to D. w. Davi for re war I.
No. 3 North Main Street
OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912
SALOMKI WAS SACKED
, ll the rek and lltilicarlan,
' an lltmllvb War nrrrkpondfol j
L.n lor.. Nov. 4 A -tory of lawles- j
i.e-s ind loot in--: ;' Bulgarians anl
And Warren and hep parti. Other o o-cialUr
cialUr o-cialUr Leader Arreated. on a
; or-eKs ii, S-sn.iKi i.is tieen sent
'"iie-:"'!j'i(rni ul i::e lieJier lne-
cram Ympariy. The repor
Kn-sli-'nman of many years
j in Saloniki. anl thoroughly
t-1 wit 'i the itv and .-
Fort scott. Kan.,
Nov. 24. On a
He say many outrages were
ularly on t.
V. Debs, recent so so-for
for so-for president, Fred
! eialist candidate
Warren, editor of the Appeal to i
By THOMAS DIXON
City of Toledo,
.State o Ohio.
Frink J. 7:'.enev
Keason. a socialist newspaper publlsh publlsh-s?,
s?, publlsh-s?, i ed at Girard. Kan., and J. I. Sheppard.
! Warren's attorney. Warren and Shep Shep-rr.akes
rr.akes Shep-rr.akes oath that he 1 ar'1 wre arrested here yesterday by
r.:or partner of th.- Srrn of F. J. a deputy I'nited States marshal. The
Copyright, 1911, by Thomas
dolr.r business in
tne j indictment charsres "ohstruction of
city of Toledo, county and state afore- J,Jstloe bv inducing witnesses to leave
Vk mCr'Y- rT&A
I an-i ii.a: sai l nrm wi;i pay the I '"
WHAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
We arc Headquarters lor Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies,
I BEAUTIFUL BEOS
We have One of the
in the State, Without
JL m L jag IJL t i -f S-f
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 trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, 2 per day and up. European rian. J 1.00 per day and up
Special W e-kly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
LOW EXCURSION RATES
Tickets Sold November 26th-27th-28ih and 29th.
F'NAL LIMIT NOVEMBER 30th.
M. H. WILLIAMS
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different stylet, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimminos, then there
solid brass beds, the
J. G. KIRKLAND
ision Passenger Agen
At the King's Command.
IVF.NS" d:in vnu!l hav cnn cnn-tlnoucli
tlnoucli cnn-tlnoucli without a hitch lut
f;.r on' thiiiL'. He had over over-the
the over-the fact that the kinir-
( r 1 1 f Mainnioii in America has a
ki!; anl that the present ruler is very
n u h alive. A man of few words, of
iron wiil. of fiery temper, of keen in-tei'e-'t.
proud, ambitious, resourceful,
hold, successful, a jriant in physiqtie
and a jrinnt in personality.
It hajpci:s that his majesty is an old
tim" Wal! street banker, with inherited
traditions about banks and the way
their funds should be handled. He
had loiiir held a pet aversion. The Van
Tutu Trust company had become an
offeu-e to his- nostrils. It had built a
tin:'' palace far up town .and its presi- j follows. On the first signs of Indiges Indiges-dent
dent Indiges-dent had attempted to set up a court ; tion, Dr. King's New Life Pills should
of his own. He had pathered about 1 be taken to tone the stomach and reg reg-him
him reg-him a following, amons them an ex-!ulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas-
president of the United States.
had ooured into the treasury of the
rreat marble palace in a constant
stream until its deposits had reached
the iinprecendented sum of $0UtfH)Mo.
a sum greater than the royal bank it itself
self itself could boast.
When the king heard the first rumor
of the fact that the Van Dam Trust
was backing the schemes of the Allied
Hankers in their sensational raid on
the market hi
oig nosing uuueui. 1 strons ani well." Is best for child children
ren children and contains no opiates. For sale
At last he lial them just where he;
wanted them lie signed the death j
vr-o....f i i,.,t- fioTTrto.i ii i
his executioner without a word of com comment.
ment. comment. And then a most curious thing
happened. The kin summoned to his
presence a little, dark, swarthy man.
When Uivens received this order to
appear at court he was dumfounded.
lie had long worshiped and feared
the king with due reverence and al always
ways always spoke his name with awe. To
be actually called into his august pres presence
ence presence in such a crisis was an undream undreamed
ed undreamed of honor. lie hastened into the
royal presence with beating heart. The
sovereign glanced up with quick en energy.
ergy. energy. "Mr. r.ivens. I believe?"
The little man bowed low.
"I hear that you are about to aid the
Van Dam Trust with four millions in
Uivens smiled with pride.
"My secretary will deliver the money
to the bank within an hour."
The king suddenly wheeled in his
bis? armchair, raised his eyebrows and
fixed the little man with a stare that
froze the blood in his veins. When he
sIoke at length his tones were smooth
"If I may give you a suggestion. Mr.
I.ivens. I would venture to say that
the Van Iam Trust company is be beyond
yond beyond aid. The larger interests of the
nation require the elimination of this
institution and its associates.
"1 have heard good reports of you.
and I wish to save you from the dis
aster about to befall the gentlemen
who-have been c. n lueting the proper.
campaign in Wall street. If your sec secretary
retary secretary will report to me at once with
the four millions you have set aside
for the Van lam company I shall be
pleased to place your name on my ex executive
ecutive executive council in the big movement
we begin today. The other gentlemen
whom I have thus honored are now
waiting for me in the adjoining room.
They represent a banking power that
! resistless at the present moment.
"When the Van Dam Trust closes its
doors today a temporary panic will
follow. We will give the gentlemen
who started this excitement a taste of
their own medicine, render a service
to the nation and incidentally, of
course, earn an honest dollar or two
for ourselves. I trust I have your
hearty support in this program?"
r.ivens again bowed low.
"My hearty support and my pro pro-foundest
foundest pro-foundest gratitude."
"I'll expect your secretary with your
check for four millions within thirty
The king waved a friendly gesture
of dismissal, and the little dark figure
tremblingly withdrew. He had been
ordered to stab his ;issoe:ates.
Without a moment's hesitation he
gave the cni"! orders that sent them
hurling over !!: !refinice
ONLY A FIIIE IIETIO
rmt me crowd cheered, as, with burn burned
ed burned hands, he held up a small round
box. "fellows!" he shouted, "this
l'.ueklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev
erything beat for burns." P.irht! also
for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, ec-lvn "hlppiujj order. Fresh toek al-zt-iiu.
cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest 'wnj on band. Telephone -;i. et
pile cure. It subdues inflammation, door north of Florida Auto ale t
kills pain. Only 2Z cents a: Ty lings j North Mauuoli.i street. Ocala. Fla.
& Company. Ad- I
'.iv or eve
M..- ? A 1
a general merchant r.ear
I'alai. Ky.. write- u
ley Kidney Pills one
"I think Fo-
-r was in t-riblv shape with kidney
.: i;..(;e a:i i iiu: :-.er to taKe ... s.-.e
c-:':r.r-le:ely civc-l now. I think It
.e of creates: me Pcines mad."
11 at Ar.ti-Monoply Drugstore. Ad.
r.'-Jt'T..-. for f..e pri,-e ..f a
at G.-l l:r.an'-. Why I'.iv M..r
iv-il kno wn citizen, says: "I have
Foley's Hor.ev and Tar Compound
r i ,., i ,. .. ..
a!4'3 i,J ':" :- u ni ,;- -xc-lie" rrepara-
-: In fa..-:. :: su.ts :r.y ra- better
than any con-'h syrup I have ever used
and 1 have used a iool :r..-.::y. for I am
nw over sev.-n: y var oi l.
the. Anti-Monopoly Dr-.; store. Ad.
j su;n of One Hundred Dollars for each
Sand every case of catarrh that cannot
he cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
S.vorn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this Cta day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1SS3. 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 & Toledo, O.
Sold by all druzsrists. 73c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Ad
Diamonds on credit to persons with
satisfactory refer, noes, at B. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why pjy More? Ad.
A (JREVT HIII.DING FALLS
when its foundation 13 undermined,
and if the foundat:on of health good
digestion is attacked, quick collanse
ani ea- sale ana only i.'a cents at
'Tydings & Company. Ad.
Going hunting? Have no gun? Dn
not worry. Come to me: I'll rent you
one. It. Goldman. Why Pay More? Ad.
Dan J. Joyce, Sanville. 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
at Anti-Mopopoly Drugstore. Ad.
f'it cases and trunks. The largest
line in the country, embracing every everything,
thing, everything, at Goldman's. Why Pay More?
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.
I can save you money on every pair
of trousers. Large stock of new style
winter goods. I!. Goldman. Why Pay
I have a full stock of every kind of
ammunition. Ii. Goldman. Why Pay
in exchange lor a
of things you need and
You can add the names
of friends if you please.
The DREW Co.
Jacksonville : : : Florida
S. A. MOSES
General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS and PRODUCE
I am offering tbe following kmmIm.
to tbe wboleale trade only:
Kins Applet, per barrel JM.JMI
York Imperial Apple, per tiltl... 4.."0
Heal linnos Apple, per Itlil 4.2.
t ape Cod C'ranberrle. per crate . '2.7H
Celery, per dozen hunche s5
CnrrotM, per erate
Fine Canadian Turnip price on
Mnlatrn ;rnpe. per WfK- to .".00
lied Onion. 1(H) lit. w.n-k
Yellow Onion. KM) l. nk...
Virginia Calthiice, per crate....
ev York. "nliltnue, tlotiMe crate.
peelal attention uiven to out of
9 UliSy kill'At'j u his
j TONIC IN ACTION QUICK H RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY ar.i t'LADDE?. TROUBLE.
RHEUMATISM. COICDESTICN of tb
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION cf tb
BLADDFR and all ar.r.ayirg URINAP.1
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon tc
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
' lod., is ia hi efh jtar.'"l; ? v.-.-i. u: I l.ate
L'1'- '-ered mvuh f-na ny ei. I b ud
Sr IhJieertc'tcsa:dr v '::i .71.rt.01
9hS tno fr l ei;t e&z:.g tA ;:!fe :i tl
tt aitt. and ia bit h'a .- .r c.-su-taU
pam. l to-.lr Fc-r K : t . t k ":ts
cd ate now fr of n tr r.li'. i ?a : t bit tc
For Sal ij Anti-Moaopoly DrofMo"
AX IMPASSIONED APPEAL
J From tbe Strike Leader on Trial at
Lawrence for the Death of
Salem, Mass., Nov. 24. "If you
think us auilty of murdering our sis sister,
ter, sister, give us death. History will record
our end. We will go to a higher judg judgment
ment judgment seat and hundreds of workers
will take up our flag of labor when we
drop it in the ditch."
That in substance was the closing
theme of two of the most remarkable
pleas ever heard in a court room when
Joseph J. Fttor and Arturo Giovan Giovan-nitti.
nitti. Giovan-nitti. leaders in the textile strike at
Lawrence last winter, arose in the
prisoner's cage yesterday in the Essex
county court to speak for themselves
and their comrade. Joseph Caruso, ac accused
cused accused of the murder of Anna Lopizzo
in a strike riot last January.
Fttor. the labor leader, and Giovan-
nitti. socialist writer, held the court
room, crowded with sympathizers,
spellbound for more than an hour.
I X WRITTEN' LAW UPHELD
Independent Jury of Ohio Men In the
Farley C'aae lennred Judge
Columbus, O., Nov. 24. Cecelia Far Farley,
ley, Farley, the pretty state house stenog stenographer,
rapher, stenographer, who for two weeks has been
on trial for first degree murder for
the shooting of Alvin E. Zollinger
was acquitted yesterday after the jury
had been out for three and a half
After the announcement of the ver verdict
dict verdict Miss Barley said she and Jerome
Quinley, the hotel clerk who figured in
the case, will he married at once.
In his charge Judge Evans Instruct Instructed
ed Instructed the jurors to disregard the "unwrit "unwritten
ten "unwritten law" in bringing in a verdict.
Prosecutor Turned finished his plea
for conviction after asking the jurors
"not to le the fact that the defenda.it
is a pretty woman" warp their judg judgment.
ment. judgment. WE WILL MAIL TOU SI
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
Pbila. SmeltlnK & ReFlnlns Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
s3 t'heMtnut St Philadelphia, Pa.
We will buy your Gola Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
j prices paid. Ad-
SEEDS, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
Day and Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad
Phone the Court Pharmacy for quick
and accurate prescription service.
Telephone 281. Ad.
I will make your liberal allowances
on used guns' and revolvers, when
taken in exchange for new ones, or
will pay you cash for them. At B.
Goldman's. Why Tay More? Ad.
Parker fountain pens the self self-tilling
tilling self-tilling kind, at E. Goldman's. Why
Pay More? Ad.
I will make your liberal allowances
on used guns and revolvers, when
taken in exchange for new ones, or
will pay you cash fo them. At B.
Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
I make the most liberal loans on all
articles of value. E. Goldman. Why
Pay More? Ad.
Diamonds on credit to persons with
satisfactory references, at B. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
Goint? hunting? Have no gun? Do
not worry. Come to me; I'll rent you
one. E. Goldman. Why Pay More? Ad.
Ten thousand dollars worth of un unredeemed
redeemed unredeemed pledges and drummer's
samples, at special prices, as I am
overstocked with them and must reduce
the stock, at Goldman's. Why Pay
In damp, chilly weather there Is al always
ways always a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience Its great re relieving
lieving relieving power in rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
twinge. Price, 23c, 50c. and 1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
l .ik or. ions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc
i.7iThe seed are the most reliable, the
l.tW I freshest and best that can be had. Ty Ty-i.!h;
i.!h; Ty-i.!h; dings & Company. Ad.
Arkansas Chm & Fever Tonic, 25
and Lfj cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydings & Co. Ad.
I make the most liberal loans on all
articles f value. B. Goldman. Why
P. iv More? Ad.
suit ca?es and trunks. The largest
line in t.ie country, embracing every everything
thing everything at Goldman's. Why Pay More?
It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i3 the
best cough medicine I have ever used,"
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavon Lavon-ia.
ia. Lavon-ia. Fa. "I have used it with all my
children and the results have been
highly satisfactory." t or sale by all
I can save you mon-y on every pa"r
of trousers. Lar:re stock of new style
winter goods. D. Goldman. Why Pay
;.oj corn arid
rounls. A i
Bell-view, has the tx tx-'
' tx-' ice cream, peanuts.
cigars on the fair
ood Havana filled cigar
for Zc, made in Marion county. Pat-
r nize us. ll-21-6td ltw
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
jftho lEo IB)
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Office, 333. Bulte 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Square
Xotet Calif made by peel a I appointment. Special Geultv Urinary CllaU
after 7 p. ni. eacli Uny.
0 ACME FA1M
FOR SALE I
A First Class, 50 Acre Farm, Close to Ocala, X
Will be Sold Cheap. All Implement?, Cows and ?
Horses. A Big Bargain for Some one. &
SEE US AT ONCE, IF INTERESTED
Mimcaster & Bell I
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exercise than the occupations of men; therefore women suffer
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A constipated person Is an easy victim when exposed to any
tcrious disease Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Malaria, Rheumatism,
Small Pox. Yellow Fever and Bright'3 Disease gather their annual
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Even though they escape these diseases, such persons are alway3
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