The Ocala evening star

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

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

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FURNITURE
FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
AT RIGIIT PRICES
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2(5, 1912.
NO.
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W. TROXLER
24 Main Sin el
SALES AGENT
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IS THE BEST LWEST&lf 1ST IN
F-L-O-R-I-D-A
We buy, sell or develop businesa
property, city and suburban. Duild Duild-ing
ing Duild-ing lots ami suburban farm and truck trucking
ing trucking land. Write or see
TAMPA BAY LAND CO.
American National Hank llullillog;,
TAMPA, FLORIDA
We Have a Car for You
In selling new cars we have taken
excellent cars in exchange, all com completely
pletely completely equipped and guaranteed In
perfect shape. They will be sold
away under first cost and real value.
Let ns send you price list; we can
save you money.
WM. C. THOMAS
State Distributor Tor American,
Haynes, Marion, Regal Cars
and fndiana Trucks
l:i Main St., .Jacksonville. I'la.
Piione 2:17
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Koll Top Desk
$7.00 Typewriter Chair
On Vmlor Veranda Screen
(hie Veranda Swing Sent..,
.$22.00
4.00
1 .7."i
. 2.04)
One .Mission Parlor Set, Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 21.0(1
One Mission Library Table... ,0.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18,00
Several Extension -Dining Tables
from '1 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
SMITH'S
Hack of Marcus Frank's
W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS lailNlSUKD
ON APPLICATION
O. IIOX 10 OCALA. FLA
HtVK VOL It CAU PAIXTKD
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Enibalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
V, ft. McIVKU and C, V, ROI1KKTS
Funeral Directors
411 Work Done by Licensed Kin-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47
FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTERN
Beef9 Pork and Mutton
FRESH
APALACHICOLA OYSTERS
Fresh and Salt Water
FISH
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
HENRY HOLLAND
Phone 351 Stall No. 5
City Market
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than oy other
contractor tn the cltr.

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tome r;MMl lilvlre to the Public Ie Ie-Kanllntc
Kanllntc Ie-Kanllntc the .New Parrel
Pout Law
j I'ell-view. Nov The public
should post itself on the new parcels
post regulations going into effect Jan.
1. as follows: The widest publicity
should be given immediately to the
following features of the proposed
parcels, post regulations : Distinctive
parcels post stamps will be Issued to
each postmaster. On and after Jan. 1.
1'M'J. ordinary postage stamps will not
be valid for potaxe on fourth class
matter. That distinctive parcels post
stamps must be used on all fourth
class matter beginning Jan. 1.
and that sue!) matter bPar'ns ordinary
postage stamps will b treated as
"liflilfr -posture." That all parcels
'must bear the return card of the
sender; otherwise they will not b? ac accepted
cepted accepted for mailing-
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Weihe arrived
Thursday the 21st from their summer
outing in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Mr.
Weihe looks just like himself and
says that he had the most enjoyable
time of his life. Mrs. Weihe is feeling
tine and the health of baby Alice is
something to be proud of.
! Hundreds of boxes of grapefruit
are being shipped from our depot by
Mr. .1. W. Hilton, who owns one of the
most prolific proves of its kind and
size in the state. While this is not a
citrus .growing center we are willing
to stake the output of this grove tree
for tree and acre for acre, against
anything of its kind in Florida.
j The dance that was to have taken
place at the Hotel Marlon last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening did not materialize.
I Mrs. K. U Pardon of Chicago. 111.,
has leased the Hotel Marion and will
run It for the convenience of our win winter
ter winter visitors.
Mrs. W. M. Kilpatrick and daughter.
Miss Minnie, from Deposit, Ala., ar arrived
rived arrived in town last Thursday accom- j
panied by her daughter, Mrs. Sydney I
Maddox, of St. Petersburg. After
visiting witli friends for several days
the whole party proceeded to St. Pe- I
tersburg, where Mrs. Kilpatrick will
'spend tlie winter with her daughter.
j The Masonic fraternity held its usual
monthly meeting Saturday night, Nov.
Jilnl. On Saturday night, Deo. 21.
the regular annual election will be
, held for officers of the lodge for the
ensuing year.
) Mr. o. 15. pilas, the Ice cream mag magnate,
nate, magnate, who has the concession for sell selling
ing selling Ice cream, fresh roasted peanuts,
cigars and other palate ticklers at the
Marion County Fair, went to town
last Thursday to complete his busi business
ness business affairs for that occasion.
, Mr. J. F. Kicketson of Summerfield.
!came up last Saturday night to attend
the Masonic meet'ng.
I Mr. Thomas Gillespie has moved to
t'andbr. Mrs. Gillespie will be re remembered
membered remembered as one of the most pleasunt
little women that ever lived in the
1 town.
i
j Mr. Charles Tremere i In South
Florida, where he was called for on
.business concerning his traction en
gine.
Walter Nelson Is building a large
building to house his grist mill, bean
huller and other machinery that will
be run exclusively by boiler and steam
engine, having It separate and apart
from his garage and machine shop,
which will be run by a choo-choo en engine,
gine, engine, milking two distinct businesses
run under one management..
The P.elleview Workers met last
Thursday afternoon at the Hotel Mar Marion
ion Marion by courtesy of Mrs. Pardon.
Miss Mary Itiley has transferred her
lodgings from Mrs. Dudley's house to
that of Mr. Lewis Weihe. We are
certainly glad that Miss Itiley has de determined
termined determined to continue with us through
fie winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millsom are
having their house thoroughly reno renovated
vated renovated and re-papered In anticipation
of the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. I. Frank
Havlland of Bridgeport, Conn. Mr.
Elmer J. Adams Is the artist. Mr. and
Mrs. Millsom are also putting their
second cottage in shape against the
coming of Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy of
Lynn. Mass. When thse people have
all arrived Mr. and Mrs. Millsom ex expect
pect expect to leave for St. Cloud and pay
their son Hill an extended visit.
wiihtiihh vor
CAUIMKL OH
MIT
V011 Will Itealiae How Much Iletter
for You Thin Safe Vegetable
Itemed) Will He
The liver la such a delicate organ
that most people have learned from
experience the danger of flogging It
into action with the dangerous drug
calomel. The Court Pharmacy sells
and recommends Dodson'a Liver Tone,
a pleasant tasting, harmless vegetable
liquid that encourages the liver, re relieves
lieves relieves constipation and biliousness
without restriction of habit or diet.
There are no bad after effects from
taking Dodson's Liver Tone. It does
Just Wliat it is Intended to do and no
more. Dodson's Liver Tone cannot
harm either children or grown-ups and
is an excellent preventive of chronic
liver troubles.
The Court Pharmacy sells Dodson's
Liver Tone for 50 cents per bottle and
every bottle sold is guaranteed to
give satisfaction, and you get your
money back without a question if it
fails you. Some remedies are sold In
imitation of Dodson's t'ver Tone
look out for them. Remember the
guarantee. Ad.
PITIFt I. FATK OF A lMUSOXKH,
Charles F. Evans, a former restaur restaurant
ant restaurant keeper In New York City, who was
sent to Raspberry Park last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday under the name of C. A. Reynolds,
on a charge of drunkenness, died at
the prison farm yesterday of Pright's
disease. Evans had g"ven the name of
Reynolds to shield his family from
disgrace. Jacksonville Metropolis.
FOR RENX
FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 29 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
sriEn-joiixsov
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. -lex Sumner, in
pade City, their daughter. Miss Nellie

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Sumner, and Perry Johnson, of this j
city, were united in marriage. Mr. j
Johnson is proprietor of the Sanitary j
I'arber Shop, located in thi- city, and j
is a very steady and industrious

young man. a hey are at home in one
of the Lee cottages on Ninth street.
Leesburg Commercial
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Farmer ImHltute La at W eek mm
Muni u-reaaful fTair
Chronicle. 2!rd)
As advertised the farmers' institute
and barbecue was held last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday under the auspices of the Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield Truck Growers" Association
and was attended by hundreds of
farmers residing within ;i radius of
eight miles. There were two sessions,
one in the morning and after dinner
the second session was held.
I'rof. C. K. McQuarrie and Prof. K.
W. Perger, of the Florida Agricultural
College, delivered splendid advice and
their talks were replete with informa information.
tion. information. Prof. McQuarrie dwelt at length on
the subjects of the sweet potato,
sugar cane. Irish potatoes and many
other money making truck crops. He
advised planting of sugar cane and
showed what a profitable crop it i.-.
and there is no doubt in the matter.
The professor laid much stress on the
different crops to be planted and told
his hearers to "keep the soil moving:"
that is. as fast as one crop was taken
off to plant Immediately with another.
Prof. Merger explained the diseases
prevalent among such plants as the
tomato. cucumber. watermelon and
cantaloupe and told of experiments
made in other states that proved suc successful
cessful successful at home, but were utter fail failures
ures failures in Florida, because the climate,
the soil and conditions were different.
I'rof. Merger explained the difference
between root knot and nodules. He
laid much stress on tU fact that the
farmers should not get tlie knot and
nodule confused the root knot was a
swelling of the roots. while the
nodule was a small round lump at
tached to tlie root.
Tiie professor advised starting to
spray at least ten days alter trie
young and tender leaves first make
their appearance and recommended the
P.ordeaux mixture as the best. He told
the farmers how best to mix it. laying
stress on the even balancing of the
spray.
The meeting was presided over by
Lee Huser, president of the associa association.
tion. association. At the close of the lectures
members of the association unani unanimously
mously unanimously voted their thanks to the pro professors
fessors professors and asked that more institutes
be arranged for Summerfield.
The barbecue end of the gathering
was greatly enjoyed by those present,
who were loud in their expressions of
satisfaction and praise for those who
had this part in charge. The ladles
who had the tables In charge were un
stinted In their attentions to the visit visitors.
ors. visitors. The beef and pork was roasted to a
"nueen's taste" and as tender as the
"dew." thanks to the knowledge of C.
H. Mastin, who did the carving. C. A.
Messenger with George Meyer over oversaw
saw oversaw the barbecuing of the meat which
accounts for its savory tiavor. Ev
erybody was served plentifully and en en-Joyed
Joyed en-Joyed themselves to their utmost, and
all arrangements went off like clock
work.
Prof. D. I Milne, now a professor
in the Ocala High School, was a vis visitor
itor visitor here last Saturday.
Last Friday evening there was a
cane grinding party given by Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Pranch on their farm south southwest
west southwest of here. Many invitations were
Issued and all had a grand time drink drinking
ing drinking cane juice, playing games and
enjoying candy and other delicacies.
C. H. Mastin of Levon was a visitor
here Saturday and reports that he dug
nineteen pounds of sweet potatoes
from one hill.
J. A. Scroggie of Pedro was In last
Saturday with a load of fine white
sugar cane, which he disposed of very
readily.
F. W. Fuller of Mainstream. Maine.
arrived Monday for a visit to his land.
Mr. Fuller who Is a lumberman is
very much Interested in this section
and predicts a bright future for those
who stick.
Wm. Dennis of Lima. Ohio, arrived
last Friday and will be with us for a
while,
POIITO HICO'S XEV WOXDER
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 timej 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 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.
FOR SALE
The following varieties of fine cab
bage 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
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'" "to. Sold by druggists.
ONLY A TIRE HERO
the crowd cheered, as, with burn-
tut
ed hands, he held up a small round
box. 'Fellows'" he shouted, "this
Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev everything
erything everything beat for burns." Right: al?o
for boils, ulcers, sore, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, cuts, sprains. bruise. Surest
pile cure. It subdues inflammation,
kills pain. Only 23 cent at Tydings
& Company. Ad-
Double barrel hammerless guns,
P.emingtons. for the price of a cheap
gun, at Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.

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omr Ileum of Intereat tilled front
the Nf Paper of the
I'hoaphate It v
i Advocate)
F. J. Titcomo went up to Oeala
to do some shopping.
Mrs.
Friday
E. W. ("lenient of Ocala was here
Saturday transact'ng business.
Mr. IJooth of Fort McCoy arrived
here Friday on a visit to his son. J.
P. Pooth.
Tiie friends of Mrs. Robert Vann
are glad to learr. th.-t she is able to
be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. .;. I CoJwin are re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing over the a r:v. 1 of a dear little
girl at their home.
C. V. Miller of Ocali w is a pleasant
visitor here yesti-riiay looking after
his real estate ntt:e-1
Miss Edwards (t White Springs has
accepted a position with Mrs. Bar Bar-gannier.
gannier. Bar-gannier. ("apt. J. A. Tucker of Ocala is the
guest of his daughters, Mrs. H. Peter
and Mrs. II. F. Duke this week.
John Trotter of Homosassa and Joe
Trotter of Cotton Plant were here
Monday to attend the funeral of their
mother. Mrs. Sarah Trotter.
Little Marie Edwards happened to a
painful accident Tuesday afternoon,
win n she fell off a board and broke
her arm just below the elbow.
Miss Carrie Leaven good of Coshoc Coshocton.
ton. Coshocton. Oh o, has been the guest of Mrs.
Turnips. -ed and fam'ly for the past
f .v days. Miss Leavengood expects
to fepend the winter in Florida.
Miss Delia Peatty and Miss Susie
Robertson, who were so severely in injured
jured injured by a runaway horse some time
ai o at Red Level, are much Improved.
Miss Robertson resuming her duties in
school, but Miss Peatty is still confined
to her room.
Mrs. R. H. Sanders and daughter.
Miss Mamie Ruth, were called to Ocala
Wednesday on account of the sudden
death of Mr. F.ntt Sanders' little-boy.
! Stalp Kvan-rplUt Wav rt f T a rlr -n
ville and Dr. Waddell of Mcintosh, are
holding a protracted meeting at .the
Presbyterian church this week.
Mrs. Coz of Fort Meade, arrived
Monday to attend the funeral of her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Trotter.
Miss Lena Hopkins of North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina arrived Thursday and will spend
a few days with Mrs. Cornelia Hop Hopkins.
kins. Hopkins. Mrs. Roberts of Dowling Park, came
Sunday to attend the funeral of her
mother. Mrs. Sarah Trotter.
Miss Nodie King returned Thursday
of last week from a very pleasant
visit with relatives In northern Al Alabama.
abama. Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peter, Mr. and
Mrs. Ted I'eter and Miss Pansy Souter
attended the play. "Forty-five Minutes
from Proadway." at Ocala Friday
night.
Mr. John F. Pedrick passed through
Dunnellon en route to his home at
citronelle Saturday. He reports his
son-in-law. Mr. Fountain at Morriston
much improved.
Miss ollie Leavengood returned to
her home in Ocala after a few days
visit with her sister. Mrs. M. D.
Turnlpseed of this place.
Kt y.KMAI TRY ZBMO
Han Cured AYornt Cane and You ran
Trove It for Only 25 Cent
Yes, try Zemo. That's all you need
to do to get rid of the worst case of
eczema. You take no chance, it is no
experiment. Zemo is positively guar
anteed to stop itching, rash, raw
bleeding eczema, make a pimpled face
smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder
and the minute applied sinks in, van vanishes,
ishes, vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't
stick, 110 grease, just a pure, clean,
wonderful liquid and it cures. This is
guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the E.
W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
and sold by all druggists at $1 for the
large bottle and at 25 cents for the
liberal size trial bottle. Try one 25 25-cent
cent 25-cent bottle and be convinced. Sold by
the Court Pharmacy. Ad. 1
t Oil SALE
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This cutflt is almost
new and cost $450, but we offer it for
$150 spot cash. The Success Furniture
Co. 11-1
In damp, chilly weather there is al always
ways always a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience Its great re relieving
lieving relieving power in rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply It at the first
twinge. Price, 25c, 50c. and $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
I have a full stock of every kind of
ammunition. R. Goldman. "Why Pay
More? Ad.
Every family that has children is
liable to have croup, invariably at
night. If Ballard's Horehound Syrup
kept in the house, it saves going
after the medicine at an Inconvenient
time and checks the attack promptly.
Price, 25c, 50c and $1. Sold by all
druggists. Ad.
Suit cases and trunks. The largest
line in the country, embracing every
thing, at Goldman's. Why Pay More?
Ad. ll-23-3tdltw
Ten thousand dollars worth of un
redeemed pledges and drummer's
samples, at special prices, as I am
overstocked with them and must reduce
the stock, at Goldman's. Why Pay
More? Ad.
One of the most attractive campaigns
of advertising now running in thi3 pa paper
per paper is that of the White Clover Flour.
a fully guaranteed product, distribut
el by the Peninsular Naval Stores Co.
of Tampa and soli by local dealers
We trust that our readers will give
this flour a fair trial.
Cabbage, collard.
;'!,ir.s for sale at
store. Ad.
ttuce and onion
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.

Cottolene

without the suggestion of greasiness.
Ccltolow-made pie is digestible too. And

Cottohnc is more
because you use one-third
no more than lard.
Here is a recioe for

pastry dishes you ever ate Grape Fruit Pie Pie-made
made Pie-made with Coitolcne:

CRUST
1 cupful of sifted flour cupful Cottolene
3 teaspooniuls ice water V pinch of salt
FILLING
3i cu?"u! of c--:r Juice of Y2 medium-
2 rounding teaspoon- sized grape fruit
fuls cf c :rn rtsrch 2 even teispocnfuls
Jules cf lemoa Cottolene
Y0IL3 r f .? ptjs Crated rind cf H
1 cupfui LoiLrgwztcr lemon

J!adeonly ty
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY

OLLIE M()i;i)IS' MARKET OPL.V
The market formerly Known as the
Oilie 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 aij be treated rigV.
Yoirs respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Cealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolii
DO.VT UK MISLED
Oeala Citizen Should Head and Heed
Thin Advice
Kidney trouble
dangerous and
often fatal.
Don't experiment
new and untried.
T'se a tested and
with somethin;
prov n kidney
remedy.
Pegin with Po.in's Kidney 11 lis.
I'sed iti kidney troubles 7.". years.
Doan's have cured thousands.
Are recommended here and every-
where.
An Oenla citizen's statement forms
convincing proof. '.
It's local testimony it can be in- :
vesti gated.
M. Peterson. 177 N. Magnolia street, j
Ocala. Fia.. says: "I can say that I
have been greatly benefited by Doan's i
Kidney Pills and I do not hesitate to
recommend them. I was annoyed by j
a lame back and pains through my ;
kidneys that made, it hard for me to j
stoop. L 'i.-ed two boxes of Doan's
Kidney TNll and they certainly did me j
.1 v. oi l I of good. My kidneys were
strengthened and the pain and so? so?-ness
ness so?-ness in my back was removed.'
For sale by all dealers. I'rice 50
1
.(cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Mtiffalo
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the
name Doan's and
(Adv.)
take no other.
HOSPITAL DAY AT TIIE 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
out the business section of the city.
as well as at the fair grounds, to re
ceive donations lor tne nanasome new
Marion 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.
A GREAT nilLIMNO 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
tion. Dr. King's New Life Pills should
be taken to tone the stomach and reg
ulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas
ant, easy, safe and only 25 cent3 at
Tydings & Company. Ad.
Going hunting? Have no gun? Do
not worry. Come to me; 1 11 rent you
one. i;. uoi iman. ny ray .wore. .m.
.rm 1 T .... "X O 41
Huntsville. A Pi. "W. C. Tollard, a'
well known citizen says: "I nave j
used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and found it a most excellent prepara- j
tion. In fact, it suits my case better j
than ar.y couirh syrup I have ever used
and I have used a gool many, for I am j
now over seventy years old." Sold by i
the Anti-Monopoly Dr -store. Ad.
Diamonds on crel:'t to pers-ons with
satisfactory references-, at r.. GoM GoM-man'..
man'.. GoM-man'.. Why Pay M-.re? Ad.
A Mitcheli. a general merchant near
Bagdad. Ky.. writes u?: "I think Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills one f the greatest
kidney medicines there i. My daugh daughter
ter daughter was in terrible shape with kidney
trouble and I got
?r to take it. She
is completely cured now. I think It
one of the greatest medicines made."
Soli at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
I will make your liberal allowances
on used guns ar. 1 revolvers. when
taken in exchange for new one-, or
will pay you ca-h fr them. At 15.
Goldman'-. :.y liy More? Ad.
Dan J. Joy.-e. S ir. v:li-. Henry Co.,
Virginia. .--: "I t -k a cjld with a
cough which ;. :r.g .4 f:.r two years.
Then I commenced u.-:ng Foley'? Honey
and Tar Com pour. I ar. J the cough
finally It ft t;.e anl r. jw I am perfectly
strong and well." Is be-t for child children
ren children and contains no "p:ate. For sale
at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Masons meet Thursday night.

makes a rich, crisn crust.

economical than butter or lartL
less. Moreover, Cottolene costs
one of the most HIiViVwt

OF All THE GOOD THINGS TO EAT YOU EVER HEARD OF
WE HAVE THEM!
Make Selections for Your
THANKSGIVING

These Goods are ALL FRESH and Guaranteed to be of
" FIRST CLAS QUALITY
Macerloine (Mixed Vegetables), Choice Mushrooms,
Extra Fine French rear-. Boneless Anchovies, Genuine
French Mustard, Plum Pudding, Cranberries, Currant
Jelly, Peach, Strawberry, .Raspberry, Cherry, Aprciot,
Pineapple and Damson Preserves. Evaporated Horse
Kadish, Apple Butter, Mince Meat in 1 l-2lb. and 3 lb,
buckets, also in crocks, in bulk aud in 10c packages,
Pimientos, Crystalized and Preserver! Ginger, Pickled
Onions, Olives. : : : : : :
1, 5 and 10 pound Fruit Cake, Chow Chow, Sweet
Pickled Peaches, Cognac Brandy Peaches, Calves Fcot
Jelly, Port, Sherry and other flavors, Bar-le-Duc-red
and white. Swet Split Manuoes, Sweet Gherkins, Sar Sardines
dines Sardines from Norway and France, Dutch Herring, Devil Deviled
ed Deviled Crabs, Lobsters, Fresh Herring, English Channel
Mackerel. : : : : : :
Make your FRUIT CAKE now. and get the Ingredients
while our stock is fresh and new. We have them all.
Spices.. Seeded Rasins, Currents, Orange and lemon Peel,
Citron, ligs, Dates, Clack Molasses, Shelled Almonds.
You Know Royal Scarlet Canned Goods are
the Best Ever, Some of the New PACK Just in
I'ittrri tberrlen, M rmvberrlew, Pearhe, Apricot, Cherrlea, Plant,
(iatse and I.ck. I'lnenpple. Sliced and iiraled, Pear, Cora, Tomatoes,
I.I in it Iteann, Okra, Okrn and TomatorM, Strlnirle Ileana, Aaparagiia
anil AftparaKUM Tip, Heel and Spinach.
We have too many (iOOI) THINfiS TO EAT to togia to enumerate
them here. Call at our More and let tin how on oar atoek of FAXCY
;ooii.

L Teapot (Grocery

PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida

K0L8 WEATHER KOMFORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aproni
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It Is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
also complete anl we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything in our line.
KNIGHT LANG

F. E. McOLAXE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. IVTCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Ocala. Florida
PHONES: OFFICE:
Office. ZZZ. Eulte 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Lr M.'.'lane s lie.-.'der.ee. 40?. Corner of Public "quare
olei all tnau bj- perl a I appointment. Sperlal Genlti Vrtmmrr Clfat.
after 7 p. m. carta day.

Crust

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OCALA WEEKLY STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912

OGALA EVENING STAR

Rittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. It. Carroll, Musiness Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postoffice at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mall matter
Rev. J. A. Logan has succeeded I.
Wesley Mapoles as editor of the frys frys-tal
tal frys-tal Kiver News.
Drunkenness is a dr adful evil but
avarice is worse. When men 'i u i t
swindling, there will not be so muHi
boozing.
United States Senator John W.
Kern, Bryan's running mate in lf")S,
Is one of the lawyers for the union
men on trial at Indianapolis.
Would anybody in any year from
1848 to 1856, or even later, have sup sup-poser
poser sup-poser that Italy would ever aid Aus Austria
tria Austria to hold down an oppressed people?
The steamer Kennedy. which whs
put on the St. Johns between I'alatka
and Jacksonville last August, ha- not
obtained enough business to cnti ni"
the run.
Senator Isadore Hayner of Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, one of the oldest democrats in
point of service in tin upper house,
died at his home in Washington Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Three hundred years ago. Austria
was the bulwark of Christendom
against the Turk, now she is trying to
be the bulwark of the Turk against
Christendom.
The best way to do away with the
evil practices that fret our body
politic is for every man to join some
good fraternal order and try to live up
to its precepts.
The Turks and the allies are con conferring:
ferring: conferring: on terms of peace at Baghtche.
The way to pronounce Baghtche is to
shape your mouth around a capital I',
and then sneeze.
The Tribune says that "Tampa must
maintain its open port." Sure it must.
It is the gulf water gate to all this
part of the world, and must be kept
wide open for the use of the people
thereof.
We see in the Miami Metropolis j
that Jesse L Billingsley, formerly of
Ocala, now city attorney of Miami
took a prominent part in the fight of
the temperance people of Fort Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale against establishing a club in
that town.
I
Wayland, the socialist journalist
who committed suicide a couple of
weeks ago, railed unceasingly at the
capitalist system, but under it he had
buttered his own bread with reasona reasonable
ble reasonable thickness. He was worth over
$50,000, which he had made out of his
brethren who subscribed to the Appeal
to Reason.
Christ denounced the Pharisees and
hypocrites, and somehow the opinion
has prevailed for centuries that they
were all to be found in the temples and
the synagogues. Almost any fair fair-minded
minded fair-minded person with good opportunities
for observation is convinced that many
hypocrites and Pharisees can also be
found among the publicans and sin sinners.
ners. sinners. The Hillsborough county grand jury
has indicted two members of the board
of commissioners for using their pub public
lic public positions to promote private enter enterprises,
prises, enterprises, and the office and actions of the
county engineer of Duval is being in investigated
vestigated investigated by a state expert. It is a
mighty good thing to keep officials in
mind of the fact that they are the ser servants
vants servants of the people.
The Star desires to apologize to Mr.
Geo. C. Crom, ex-postmaster of Ocala
and recent candidate on the repub republican
lican republican ticket for comptroller. The Star
insinuated that in the recent race Mr.
Crom didn't outrun a snail's gallop,
but when the returns were in they
showed that he distanced everything
that wasn't democratic. His vote was
3817. Mr. Crom's personal popularity
doubtless added to his vote.
A great deal of valuable time has
been lost in disputing about whether
the book of Jonah in the Old Testa Testament
ment Testament was inspired or only a big nsh
story, fabricated by some Hebrew Hebrew-Adrian
Adrian Hebrew-Adrian P. Jordan of a couple of thou thousand
sand thousand or more years ago. A great many
people will be surprised to be told,
tho, that the author never claimed that
Jonah was swallowed by a whale. If
you don't bel'eve us. look and see.
The Albanians are the descendants
of the Illyrians of old. and have lived
among their native mountains some
3000 years, very little affected by the
changes that have altered the charac characters
ters characters of the people all about them. Their
country was a restless province of the
Roman empire, and has maintained a
semi-independence against the Turk.
They are really a fine race of people
and deserve at the very least to have
an autonomous principality of their
own.
Editor Williamson of the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Fioridian, is most unfair and un unjust
just unjust in a recent vicious attack on Col.
Robert McNamee. in which he asserts
that Col. McNamee was run out of
Tampa. Even Col. McNamee's worst
enemies in Tampa, and he has very
few enemies here, would not make
such a charge because they would
know it to be entirely untrue. Col.
McNamee left Tampa solely for busi business
ness business reasons, and left here with the
good will of the best citizens of
town. Tampa Tribune.
What is the use of paying any
tent Ion to Williamson, anyhow.
the
at-
In the Georgia state capitol in At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta are 700 military cots, kept there
for the use of the state troops. These
cots have never been used, and it was
the desire of the people who wish to
entertain the members of the Georgia
boys corn clubs in Atlanta iVe. 3 to ti.
to use these cots for the younir visit visitors,
ors, visitors, who will number at least 400. but
when they Investigated the matter
they found that the cots were so tied
up In red tape that they couldn't In Input
put Input to any useful purpose when the
soldiers were not usin them, which is
about one week in two years. The
boys, however, will not lack for hos hospitality,
pitality, hospitality, as they will be entertained at
the hotels or In homes of the citizens.
Another disirrateful chapter in the
Jacksonville strike must be written.
There 1 not enoucli money in the
state military fund to pay the troois
who were rushed to Jacksonville at
the hysterical summons of the cowarl cowarl-ly
ly cowarl-ly authorities of that city when the
strike broke out. The city of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville has a larjee public fund in its

treasury and the ,'ovi-rnor applied t
it for a loan t pay the .soldier.-. The
r-'ju-t va refused by the oliar-jiy
that a n i i ri t charter ha. put in control
of the metro;. of thf state. Thero

i are many u people m jacKson me.
jand they de-erve as much s?ood as any
people, alive. Amons; other things,
they deserve a city government that
doesn't smell bad to all the remainder
of Florida.
Tne Florida Fast Coast Railway ha-:
appeaU-d its ca-e against the shippers
alonu it.-: line to the supreme court of
tie United State.-. The railway was
c!iar'-rirm an extortionate rate for car-r-
;n-- pr'du--,- and at the rjust of
the .-hipper.- t
Inter-.
om ri,eri. e
Comrni-.-ion ordered a reduetion. Ti"
raiiroal took the ease to the cummer--
.oor. w:i:--h i-t lined the romrnis romrnis-s.ori.
s.ori. romrnis-s.ori. Now. the road has taken the
case to the supreme eoiirt. The Fast
roast Hail way is try in a to make the
farmers and trti'-k a rowers pay for its
K-y W'e-t teii-ion. which is prin principally
cipally principally u.-ed to carry its own supplies
and northern tourists. Seems to the
Star t' at there .-ue cnouirh of the east
roast people to maintain two or three
boat lirn-s on the Indian. Hillsborough
and Mantanxas river.-, and at least one
out -hie line from Miami to a northern
I ..r. S,i--h lines would briny, rates
low n on i ru n.
We can --. no reason for tiie hulla hullabaloo
baloo hullabaloo about the ari'esr of street preach preachers
ers preachers at Fakeland. They were violat violating
ing violating trie law and they had been repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly warned to desist. They persisted
and defied the authorities. They should
have no more consideration than any
ordinary citizen. As a matter of fact
most of these street preachers who
make it convenient to come to Florida
in winter, when tiie climate is attract attractive,
ive, attractive, and extract a livelihood from the
susceptible. Ta nipa Tribune.
If the said preachers were warned to
desist from holding meetings on tiie
street, and then kept it up in defiance
of the law. they were violating their
own professions as well a.s the city
ordinances. If rhrist came to a twen twentieth
tieth twentieth century town. as many people
are fond of imagining, and couldn't
find a church to preach in. lie would
probably go to a vacant lot. He cer certainly
tainly certainly wouldn't play to tiie galleries
by obstructing the streets.
The Gainesville Sun thinks Wilson
will have to yet over that habit of
going to bed early if he expects to
keep up with the bosses and the cor corporations.
porations. corporations. -Tampa Tribune.
"'Anybody who gets ahead of him
will have to ae up mighty early in
the morning" was
l proverb often
heard forty years ago. Maybe it can
be revived in referring to Wilson.
(Jermany is making preparations to
tax the Standard Oil Company out of
its territory. Patriotism would com compel
pel compel us to stand up for Johndee, if we
hadn't heard that he .sells kerosene
and gasolene to foreigners for less
than lie sells it to us and other pa patriots.
triots. patriots. ;
The church people of Tampa want to
shut the moving picture shows, in
which so many people find amusement
on Sunday. Nobody is trying to shut
the Tampa churches on any day.
The Star doesn't know whether Mr.
P.ryan will be a member of Woodrow
Wilson's cabinet or not. It is mighty
sure, tho. that if he was made secre secretary
tary secretary of state he would loom up like a
lighthouse in the line of men who have
held that office. It lias been many a
long year since the United States had
a secretary of state who was anything
more than a society leader or a de department
partment department clerk.
The ice companies of Jacksonville
I have combined and doubled the price
of their commodity. This, we suppose,
I will entitle their owners to rooms in
Itlie same hotel in Hades with Chas. W.
Morse.
There used to be a good old song
, which began:
"There is a boarding house
Not far away.
Where they have ham and i--ss
Three times a day."
I Hut since the meat trust has secur secur-;
; secur-; ed its strangle hold on the country
the song lias been forgotten. Its an
extra good hash foundry where they
have ham and eggs three times a week
these days.
Send us
your name
and address
in exchange for a
valuable and
Complete Catalog
illustrating hundreds
of things you need and
want.
You can add the names
ot friends if you please.
The DREW Co.
Box 175
Jacksonville : : : Florida
I
The very acme of quality In
ROASTS POULTRY
cuors 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 srant us the trial. Phone 108.
w. ii. mh?!I, pnorniETOR
FOHMF.HI.Y F.nWnilS MARKET

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OR
Marlon t ounty'a IIIk Kvrot started Oft
Well I hi MomiiiK
The yates to the fair grounds -win.,'
open at y o'clock this morning and t:
fifth annual fair t-.tn with bright.
iTixji weather to he'-, it al.na.
The weather couldn't be any better
tiie -un is shining brightly, it is ju-
rool enoiii,'h to make peojde feel like
hustling, and t.'ie -r und i- dry an I
tirtn without !ein dusty.
A Star reporter went out at
o'clock. Me found that steady old
warrior. L. Fooher. aided by j.
Holloman, doing the St. I'eter act at
the ate. The standing army inside
the fence is Charlie Weaver on a fine
aray horse that he raised himself, for
tiie cavalry, and A. F. Clark for the
infantry. Mr. .John H. Martin on a
splendid black steed is field marshal.
Tiie rest room was according to
Scripture, because it was empty, swept
and garnished. It was in 'ood shape
; with plenty of chairs,
ants will probably pull
which
out in
its t en entile
tile entile -un
tiiis afternoon.
Cnder a big. white tent. Professors
McQuarrie and Spencer of the T'niver T'niver-sity
sity T'niver-sity of Florida were arranging for the
lectures to the farmers. These gen-
tlemen are well equipped for their
work, and the Star hopes the tent
; will be crowded every day with ur
agriculturists. The lectures will be begin
gin begin at 10:.'!0 every morning, and con con-j
j con-j tinue a.s long as the lecturers have an
audience. They will be joined tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow by Professors Willouirhby and
Vernon.
In the machinery hall, only the Ma Marion
rion Marion Hardware exhibit was working,
but the other spaces are bein:; filled.
The poultry show looks good. Over
half the coops are filled with- superior
: breeds of chickens, ducks, geese and
: pigeons and there is one display of
rabbits. They are all handsome birds
and most of them are pretty enough
'for pets. Tom Clary, the poultry en enthusiast,
thusiast, enthusiast, was on hand and took great
pleasure in telling all about the birds,
which lie is well qualified to do.
Always courteous Clifford Ander Anderson
son Anderson was directing his help how to ar arrange
range arrange the Ocala Lumber and Supply
'Company's parlors, which will be finer
this year than ever.
' Miss Ann'e Davis and her assist assistants
ants assistants have wrought wonders In twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours. The woman's department
is full of pretty things most tastefully
arranged.
I The horticultural exhibit is showing
up finely. The room isn't full yet, but
; the fruit and tlowers are choice and
beautiful to see. A considerable
amount of corn has come in. and it all
! looks good.
' The agricultural department is fill filling
ing filling fast, and everything in it is of
superior quality.
1 Mclver & MacKay's building isn't
' open yet, but it will be fine to see to-
morrow.
S It looks like there is going to be
a. first class stock exhibit. A large
number of horses, cattle and hogs are
on the grounds, and all are in the pink
of condition.
The colored people have a good ex exhibit.
hibit. exhibit. The Star particularly recom recommends
mends recommends everybody to note how the in ingenuity
genuity ingenuity of the boys at Fessenden is
displayed in making useful things out
of material that would otherwise be
wasted.
! Not many country people had come
I in. but a large number of town folks
were on the ground. The country peo people
ple people will probably not show up in
large numbers before tomorrow.
I In the way of amusements, there are
i three or four tolerably good-looking
shows on the grounds, but there may
jnot be as many as last year. The Star
thinks the public will be no loser if
such is the case.
Following is the racing program for
this afternoon:
First race. Three minute class.
Pest two in three, mile heats. Purse.
$ 7 .".
Second race. Motorcycle. Five miles.
Purse. $2.".
Third race. 2:45 class. Pest two in
three, mile heats. Purse, $75
Fourth race. Punning, half-mile
lash. Purse. $.7.
Following is the race program for
tomorrow:
Wcdnexilay, November 27
First race. Motorcycles, five miles.
Purse, $25.
Second race. Open to horses that
have never entered a race. Half-mile
heats. Eest two in three. Purse. $75.
Third race
2:30 class. F.est two in
three, mile heats.
Fourth race,
dash. Purse, $25.
l'urse, $75.
Running, half-mile
I.At DIIY AVOHKKIIS
AVIM. KKST Till H-OAV
The Ocala Steam Laundry will ob observe
serve observe Thursday as Thanksgiving Day.
KKNTICKY ll(V GAINS FAME
Garland of Old Fashioned Roses"
is the title of a song now sweeping the
country. V.. C. Keithley, the composer,
a native of Kentucky, according to his
own statement composed this sonr
while on his -way
to Cincinnati on an
excursion trir u: tht famous oM Ohio

river. j Cine Canadian Turnip price on
The vublisher. F. J. A. Forster. '-' application.
South Wabash avrnuc. '"hii-airo. rv- j Mnlajia (irapes. per kes. .!.. "10 to Ti.im
'ditts a sale of several million, it al-; Ited Onini. Ux lb. wack !."
realy liavinir nearly reacheJ tiie ".-llello OnionH. loo l. ack 1.7
000. 00 m irk. This same r omposer j VirKiisia Cabbaue. per crale IM't
lias just finished another son::. "Wh-n I e York Cabbage, double crate.. 1.Jo
Summer with its Roses t'ome Asain."j

which r. ilnul't will te fully as r-o;
ula r.
II7K Ai OYSTKIt Sl'PPElt
Ily the I". U. C. Wednesday Fvenins. j
Dee. 4, at the Woman') Club
The Daughters of the Confederacy!
will hold a bazar and oyster supper,
on the afternoon and evening of Dee.
4th. at the Woman's Club rooms.
I can save you m.'n-y on e v.-ry pai:
of trousers. Lar.re -ti-ck f new styl
winter ir..ds. V.. O .ldm.ir. W'-.y Pi
More? Ad.
FLAGGED Tit A IN WITH SHIIIT
Tearing hi shirt from his back an
Oh in m .1 n fli .t tri:n iti,l siv.'
r- - ...... .
from a wreck, but H. T. Alston. Ral-
eish. X. C. once prevented a wreck
with Electric Eitters. "I was in a
terrible plight when I be?an to use
them." he writes, "my stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all badly af affected
fected affected an 3 my liver was in bad condi condition,
tion, condition, but four bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters made me feel like a r.ew man." A
trial will convince you of their match matchless
less matchless merit for any stomach, liver or
kidney trouble. Price cents at Ty Ty-Jinrs
Jinrs Ty-Jinrs &. Company. Ad.

I H. F.
11 'vl-fcran; '.vt-- re :t'. .- :'.:- :i.or::-

: -Irs. Ti. L I -tiling that
i.Mr. ii F. haiii; died ":a--t at his
I h..::i- .it Satilla lUuff. J;. Mr. 1:. F.
va- rtM !-r hr-.-. her .f Mr. It.
' L. Iaii -ji this and .as a j-rom-
r.en n.an in j'l.hlic life, -avlns serv serv-1
1 serv-1 t wo y-ar. a- -enat..r from his. dis-
tr:'. h Mr. In- was out of town when
x:n- me-.;,,. ar i wh.-n Mr?. Lang
rea..aed h : 'n y phone 't wa too late
f r :.i:n to make the trip.
III V lt r I IIK IKON WOHKS
Manager ?: n,.. of ?h- Oca la
i Iron Works has a v.-ry busy p'.ute to
jhr.k at:, r of -. lie working i,e-jf.v.-en
C. .:.. ;.m ;!! z. un. 1 d-es a ureat
j ie.,: ,,f r.ii-ht a or keep up with
'I- r. The .!".! iron Works is
:th.- only -::! ; any in the ..;ith that
; ari build a .--i.pi. te pho.-phat- plant,
(.m l with- ..- e.--, ption of a big plant
i in Penn Ivanii. is the only one in tiie
i country. I has recently made the
machinery for rive new plants in the
state and lias had a general increase
jof work in all lin. -.
; T:.;s plan; is preparing to do some something
thing something eise tha' ii'is never lien done in
t be south an.', that is to build c-om-
pb te .marine gasolene engines up to
i fifteen horsepower, in on.- rmd two
; cylinder types. It ha-- ma le a lot of
the io-avy i,i--t;!i: for t .he engines, is
: l.a vinu patterns made for the others
and will -oon he making these en en-j
j en-j '-iines complete. Tiie plant lias an ex ex-periejiced
periejiced ex-periejiced gas entitle man. Mr. W. C.
jKing of Chicago, who will have charge
of tiiis branch of the work. There are
j a great many small marine engines
jused in Florida and Mr. Simmons
J wants to supply a part of them.
iii:ih i.k i tnt Tin-: "i:o.ov
Of the Theatrical ttractionM Hooked
for the Temple
Manager K. '. 1 Bennett has s far
.made coniracts with tiie following at attractions
tractions attractions for the season at tiie Temple
I Theater. Many others will be HI led :n
i later un.
I 'ec. Oella Clarke in "Introduce
iMc"
Iec. ti The 'otr.nion Law.
j Iec 1 ::. Mii-ic Festival auspices of
( Woman's Club f Ocal a.
j Iec. -.'1 Stetson Glee Club.
, Iee. ".1. Jan. 1-2 State school rnn rnn-:
: rnn-: vent ion.
' Jan. 21 The Climax.
I Jan. L'.': The Smart Set.
: Feb. Madam X.
j Feb. t Caul Gilmorc in "Havoc."
Feb. 1 1 Freckles.
Feb. 17 The Goose Girl,
j March 1J The Servant in the House,
j March 2" 1'vans' Honey Hoy Min-
strels.
tit:
"S3
I will Kuarar. :c o. t- ,u I'-t. icr. in twe
iccondi.
No remedy V. t. r T i n-v rr 1 for
lazcma, T'soriasi.-. rv.' ; o1' r diseases
r.f the in ha.-. ; th .roih
satisfaction tlum t u
0. D. D. Prescr!?!; ?!i i':r Eczeni?
1 4guaia:itce ti.is rt.iit-dy.
I'O'iTOFFIt'K Dltn.sTDHi:
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON J
orpin-: oyi:k nir:
COMMFHCItl- IIAMv
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla. :
i
Dr. Therese Cluett
Osteopathic
Acute and Chronic I)leaier
of Women and Children a
Specialty
Ollicc o. 31. Holder Block
Phone 239 Ocala. Fla.
S. A. MOSES
General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS and PRODUCE
I am offering the following goodi.
to the wholeMale trade only:
Kins; Apples, per barrel
T"'
York Imperial Appier
per llil... 4.TM
Itel (iiinoN Apple, per lll . .
Cape Cod 'ranlerrle. per crate
4.2r,
.sr.
! Celery, per dozen liiiiiche
Carrots, per crate
j peclil attention given to out tf
jtovtn 9hippin-; order. Fresh stock nl-
wtiyn fn hand. Telephone -;. Next
'door north of Florida Auto sales Co..
! North Iaunolia street. tcala. Fla.
Foley Kidnsy Fills
TONIC IN ACTION CUICK IN RESULTS
Give prorrpt is!:cf from E ACPI ACHE,
KIDNEY and tfLADDKS YliOUBLE.
RHEUMATISM, CONCEiiTION cf ths
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION cf th
BLADDFR and a'l aancyrg URINARl
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IKKT IM1IVT FIU:i:.K
(.immI Mory Vhout II Delia Clarke,
Who Will le at the Temple Vel
Monday Niiiht
Miss It.-lla Clarke, w ho is starring
Jin iir own comedy. Introduce Me."
at tiie Temple Theater next Monday
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jdramati.- school. in" graduation day
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; tlowers. hut site did expect her only
sister to remember her. Just before
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receivtil lier hard-won diploma a
maid handed a bux to her. Its front
I label read: "Miss Delia Clarke." Its
reverse !..re the chilling inscription.
"Sympathy of Friends." Tiie offering
was a "gates ajar."
Her lively sense of humor saved
Miss Clarke from hysterics. She con concluded
cluded concluded her relatives had sent the
tloral design to discourage her. After
the exercises, her sister approached,
embraced the young actress and said:
"I'm glad you got my message."
'"What message'."' asked Delia. "Why
the one on my red roses," the sister
j replied. Tiie girls compared notes and
j had a laugh. Tiie next morning the
j tlorist who sold the tlowers explain
ed that tiie "gates ajar" design had
been intended for an aged woman's
funeral.
Tiien the sisters wondered how the
relatives of the deceased felt when
they unwrapped the red roses and
found a card reading: "Good for you
Delia: I'm glad you had the nerve.
For heaven's sake don't get cold feet."
FOIt UK XT
FOR RENT Xine-room house, three
blocks from postoffice. Apply to T.
C. Thomson, postoffice, or 31 N. 3rd
street. West. 11-15
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
WE CAN SUPPLl YOU WITH
PUHE 1CK
For Purposes, AVhcther Your
Kequireinents are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA . FLORIDA
WHITE STAH THAXSFEH CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
PHONE 290.
aggage, Freight, rianos. Furniture;
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
rrom;)t Attention Given All Orders.
in.' vint. i ci t
VOIR PATKONAfJE
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Of 4. FLOHIDA
TERMS. CASH.
M. C I Z LA R
DENTAL SURGF0
i ir.v I.ihrary Huilding
Phone 444
OCALA, - - FLORIDA
"Queen of Sea Routes"
Mi:n H.WTV AM) MIXKISS
TKANSroilTATION" CO.
JACKSONVILLE TO
aaiinaii. aiinm-i c iu...Wh..i..i,
llo-ton ami Providence
? '.earners: best service: low
Fir.
r. res ;
-.vireless telerapa. Through
s ..r.d fr-j:tJ principal points
f ;-r booklet.
II C. AVERY. A?er.t.
Jacksonville. Fla.
JON'Es. C. A..
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THE SERVICE

Th Hank svrvitv that roiintf is the ser service
vice service that ni'vtstlie citomc;'s every i-tjuiie-ment.
The Munroe r rjiaiiibliss Hank is pie pie-pared
pared pie-pared to me t every reasonable (icinat -t of it
ciistoineis. Wo ar. always in a posit iin to
do just a little more t han ordiuarv conditions
require.
In this way, wo m Tit the c mtidence of
thos we r-vrvo,-- and trv to deserve the ae ae-e
e ae-e nnt of all whoappreciates excellent service
ami -Mirteous attention.

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kind that do not taini. h. and there aie pretty dark
green and bine ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of thediHeient shapes and trimmings.
We will take great ph asnie in showing yon onr
line of beds, and can tvrtainlv please von in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

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I am keeping at my
West Exposition Street
court house square,
a Fine Drove of
First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market e a c h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.

Call at the Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.

M. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

1ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

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Apply fr Pi-pet ii- to the Si-fer Superior
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FOLEY'S OSINOiAXATIVE
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CHAMBLISS BANK
Florida1
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Prettiest Line of Ben's
Excepting any Firm.
Wc carry over lift v JiflVr JiflVr-cut
cut JiflVr-cut styles, and nearly as
many dilfeicnt prices.
There are Imidsnnie white
enameled, with little er no
hrass trimmings, then there
arc holid hrass beds.- the
Sales Harn and Lot, on
three blocks west of the
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n.l Carefully Trained on
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OCA LA WEEKLY STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912

7. Extracts From si Mary

OEGIIM WITH Sl.OO

"I called at the Commercial Bank today and Introduced, myself to
the cashier. When I told him I wanted to know more about a savings
account, I found him very ready to explain it all to me.
"It's a very simple matter, and I had supposed it would mean a
Kreat amount of trouble and red tap'.
"It wa.s so easy, I took a dollar out of my pocket (I will not miss
it and opened an account right th ere. They took my signature, ad address
dress address and description and gave me my hank book.
"I felt backward when 1 went in but when I came out it seemed
to me I actually had an interest in the bank."
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

B"lL-a" (CLEAN ALL) wLJm1
THE FOLLOWING PROPUCTS OF THE KLF-NOLCO. OF MONT MONTGOMERY,
GOMERY, MONTGOMERY, ALA., TO BE ON SUE IN OCALA
Kle-Nol Scouring Powder
Kle-Nol Scouring Brick
Kle-Nol Laundry Soap
Kle-Nol Mechanics Soap
Kle-Nol Pink Carnation Toilet Soap
, The product of the Kle-Nol Co., are Southern made
and have proven superior tn all others.
A number of prominent citizens Oi Oca la aie inter interested
ested interested in the Kle-Nol Co., na stockholders, which
alone is a good reason why you should.
Include in your i.ext order to your grocer or druggist
one or more of the above.

OCALA 0
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94
Mr. Pat Winfree is sinkir g
out at Lowell.
a well
Initial stationery, 35c. the
Gerig's Drug Stores. Ad.
box at
Col. N'ic P.arco of Crystal River wa wa-at
at wa-at the Ocala House last night.
Pure Fund and .Meal Stall, city mar market,
ket, market, phone 171. M. C. I)oh. 11-22-tf
Mrs. J. P.. Simonton of M'canopy was
at the Ocala House last night.
Take Digestlt for indigestion and
wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mr. H. J. Nichols of Wildwood was
at the Ocala House last night.
Mr. J. I. Jones of Fort McCoy was
at the Ocala House last night.
Pearl tooth brushes ae sold at
Gerig's Drug- Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
Stop couching- by using; Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Tooke of Floral
City were at the Ocala House last
night.
I have a full stock of every kind of
ammunition. D. Goldman. Why Pay
More? Ad.
Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 23c. at both Gerig's Drug
Stores. Ad.
Judge Pell yesterday jssued a
iage license to Mr. J;nes G.
mar mar-Raker
Raker mar-Raker riag
and Mrs. I lora Perry.
A full line of enameled ware 'and
flower pots at a bargain at the Ocala
Seed Store. Ad.
Parker fountain pens, the self self-filling
filling self-filling kind, at B. Goldman's. Why
Pay More? Ad.
Attractive banner signs for the
street parade. Leave orders in time.
The Dodge Sign Co. ll-22-3t
Three carloads of vitrified brick ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday and are being unload unloaded,
ed, unloaded, so that Fort King avenue will soon
be finished to the railroad.
White Tine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
I make the most liberal loans on all
articles of value. R. Goldman. Why
Pay' More? Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Rlaekburn of
Ocala. were noted among the visitors
to the city yesterday. They are here
on a visit to friends. Tampa Tribune.
WANTED A good, reliable woman
to do cooking and kitchen work. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Marion County Hospital.
Going hunting? Have no gun? Do
not worry. Come to me: I'll rent you
one. D. Goldman. Why Pay More? Ad.
In Judge Bell's court yesterday, the
two men accused of the recent robbery
at Lowell had a hearing. John Rrown
was bound over and Robert Hickman
was discharged.
All kinds of signs and decorations
neatly and quickly executed by the
Dodge Sign Co. ll-22-3t
Diamonds on credit to person? with
satisfactory references, at P.. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
Miss Christine Wideman returned
Monday from a very pleasant vacation
spent in Georgia, returning by Mica Mica-nopy
nopy Mica-nopy to spend a couple of weeks with
her grandmother. DeLand Record.
See the black satin pumps Just re received
ceived received at Little's Shoe Parlor. They
fit and benefit. Ad.

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FINE PHOtm M AT
THE TEMPLE TOMfillT
If you have tramped around all day
at the fair and you are tired and cold.
I drop
in
the Temple tonight and get
up, hear some fine music by
wirnu,,i
a professional four-piece orchestra,
and see three reels of excellent pic pictures,
tures, pictures, then you will have a good
night's sleep and can "do the same
thing over again" tomorrow. Doors
open 6:45. Price, 3-10c.
FOI I HIS HOUSE
The horse and buggy which Mr.
Walter Marsh found Saturday night
hitched at his house was claimed to today
day today by Rodger Hopkins, colored, of
Kendrick. Hopkins says the horse
and buggy were stolen from near the
square and he had been looking for
t hem ever since.
Mrs. S. Humphries of Moultrie, Ga.,
Misses Ruby and Mary Davis and
Messrs. O. M. Davis, W. O. Browne and
Walter Lang- of Gainesville, Fla.r and
Mr. X. P.. Rrowne, of Atlanta, were the
members of an
Gainesville at the
terday.
auto party
Ocala House
from
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Mr. Sep. S. Smith. Mr. E. C. Smith's
cousin, who with his family stopped in
tiie city Sunday night on the way to
Sarasota, is a well-to-do Illinois far farmer,'
mer,' farmer,' and would have remained a. day
or two to take a look at the fair, but
one of his little daughters was sick
and the family decided to go on to
the end of their journey.
Mr. II. J. Nichols returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Atlanta with a fine carload
of horses and mules. The fine saddle
horse that Mr. John R. Martin, who is
acting marshal for the Marion County
Fair, has been riding since Sunday, is
one of the horses from this lot.
Mr !in1 ff V V Cli,.in in Tnt. I
..... ua.v. x . v.iia'iiinii j t. tiai n
onville are here for fair week, visit
ing their daughter, Mrs. Edwin Spen
cer. Mr. Chapman is proprietor of the
largest carriage factory and automo automobile
bile automobile painting establishment in the
state.
Messrs. Brown and Davis of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, state agents for the Oakland and
R. C. H. automobiles, are in the city
with a 1 113 model of each of these
cars. The Oakland is a 40-hp. car and
one of the handsomest we have seen
this year.
Mr. and Mis. J. W. Davis and Mr.
Haidell autoed up from Summerfield
yesterday morning, to attend the fair.
Mrs. Davis, who is one of the manag managers
ers managers in the woman's department, will be
in the city all the week, the guest of
Mrs. G. E. Campbell.
Fair signs painted while you wait.
Two expert sign artists await your or orders
ders orders at the- original Dodge Sign Co.
Shop 28 ',2 S. Magnolia street. Jos. W.
Dodge, manager. ll-22-5t
F. J. Titcomb. state convict inspec inspector,
tor, inspector, whose headquarters are in Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. is spending a few days in the
city on official business. He comes to
Tampa tery two or three weeks, and
has many friends in the city. Tampa
Tribune.
LOST Lady's small pin. green
enamel, four-leaf clover with pearl
center and small gold stem. Lost be between
tween between Peyser's store and Mrs. Arms'
hoarding house on Fort K'ng avenue.
Return to D. W. Davis for reward.
Marcus Frank has added to the at attractions
tractions attractions of his store by supply'ng
substantial and comfortable high
chairs, on which his customers can sit
at the counters while selecting goods,
or waiting for a clerk.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone So.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
WANTED A good steady meat cut
ter. white man preferred. Apply
Star oftk-e.
to
WANTED A steady, reliable boy to
assist in work about the house: car carrying
rying carrying in wood, water, etc. Apply at
the Marion County Hospital.

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Took Aellon ou the Various Matters
I'rrtalniDK to the Kentertalmnrnt
of the Mate Teat-herM
The Hoard of Trait- met in -ec-ial
session last evening and the meeting
wa.s well attended by tne members al although
though although it was with resrret that it was
noted that the public failed to respond
to the invitation issued them to meet
with the members. Thi is oni- way
to stimulate interest in the welfare of
the city and the county -generally and
it is to be hoped that every citizen
will attend the next meeting at which
time final action will he taken on the
boat line for the Oklawaha river.
Professor P.rinson addressed the
meeting relative to the convention of
the .State Educational Association to
be held in Oeala for three days be beginning
ginning beginning December 31st. The advant advantages
ages advantages of conventions are well known
and there is no greater advertising for
our wonderful resources than a con convention
vention convention of this kind. There will be
between four and five hundred dele delegate
gate delegate to this convention which will of
course mean a great number of boost boosters
ers boosters for our city.
In the absence of President Ciiace.
Mr. J. M. Meffert acted as president
and a motion was made to refer to
the board of governors of the Hoard
of Trade the matter of the Hoard of
Trade providing at its own expense
railroad and boat facilities to enable
the teachers and professors attending
the convention to see the beauties of
Silver Springs.
The president will also appoint a
committee of three to cooperate with
the committee from the school board
to assist in the general entertainment
of the visitors.
Ocala lias always been noted for her
hospitality and we are glad to see this
interest manifested on the part of th"
Hoard of Trade as it goes to prove
that they are always wide awake and
anxious for the upbuilding of our
community.
wkatiifi; i;i-:poi:t
Clear, northeast wind.
.Minimum temperature.
Maximum. 61 degrees.
Average. 4:J degrees.
')) degrees.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Wednesday, frost
tonight north and central portions.
Dr. IP Dozier returned last night
from Philadelphia, where he has been
adding to his professional knowledge
ior tne past lew wetKs. ine doctor l
looking and feeling well and lias ha
a pleasant and proUabd" vacation, bjft
both he and his pa&itits are glad heis
home again.
Mr. o. M. Goodrich, who has be
a i anna nospnai, sunering irom a
wound in his head, is almost well
enough to return to il's home at Green
Springs. Mr. Gooicm is a member of
Tulula Lodge of thi cyty, and at its
request the Tampa 0l Fellows gave
mm prompt assistance. 1 hev sav thai
report that his wound was self-inflicte'd
is without foundation.
The police last night arrested a
man with two quarts of whisky out outside
side outside of him and only Satan knows how
much inside. He wanted the other
two quarts when lie woke up in the,'
jug this morning'.
Mr. Robert Taylor of the A. C. L.
passed thru Ocala yesterday on his
way to Jacksonville. He was very
particular to learn the date of the city
election, and said he would be here to
cast his vote.
Ten thousand dollars worth of un unredeemed
redeemed unredeemed pledges and drummers
samples, at spec'al prices, as I am
overstocked with them and must reduce
the stock, at Goldman's. Why Pay
More? Ad.
It was cold Sunday night and colder
last night. Frost appeared in many
places this morning.
Sunbeam Soda, full pound Cr
packages Ow
Van Houten's Cocoa requires
only half as much as QCr
other Cocoas, cans 25, 45, OvL
Sunbeam Corn Hakes
3 for
25c
nowdrilt Compound and Hcs-

son's Cooking Oil, belter than; very well today.
Cottolene, and costs less. ."T tftJa:
Dr. W . Newsom returned toda
Sunbeam Mince Meat ntth fine fr n 1 vlMt tM Green Cove Cove-recipe
recipe Cove-recipe for Mince Pie, Fruit Cake m Catherine Dmard. who has
nnA Dliim DmmAAlnn fc t" been at the hospital for several weeks.
and Pmm Pudding, 7r as ll Ie lo leve for her home at
3 packages fOr J Ck-arwater today, accompanied by her
'.mother, who came to take her daugh-
All kiuds of Nut and Fruit Cake ; -m- M r illar1 l ly
Material. ur, i
1 Mr. Claude Havcraft returned today
Fxport Borax Soap, same size from Miami.

and shape of Octagon and is a
belter piece of soap
6 for
25c
10c
Sunbeam Oatmeal per
package..
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Ail :-.e Star pr'r.ter.s want to go to
tf.e fair Thur.-day afternoon, so we ex expect
pect expect to put tne paper to press it 11
o'clock in the morning. If you have
anything y.-.u want in it. send it in to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Our weekly advertisers will also
pb-a.-e take notice of the same, fur if
they send advertising copy in too late
;;t will have to wait t'll next week.
IHh WILL OIIEKYK
TH NKM.ITi; Y
Thursday. Nov. 2th. Thanksgiving
Day. being a legal hoPday. the banks
of th city will close for business on
that day.
Ocala National Hank.
The Commercial Hank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Hank.
tilVK THE I.EHK TH K S(i I VI Ci
A number of our best people have
requested the Star to advise the mer merchants
chants merchants to close their stores Thursday
afternoon, in order to enable their
clerks to attend the fair. The Star
thinks it would be a most salubrious
movt it would help the clerks and
help the fair, and if all the stores
closed, no merchant tvouM lose a dol dollar
lar dollar by It. The pc le her Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving Day are not ii .b e to trade much
anyho w.
The people can ht lp toe move by or ordering
dering ordering their groceries tomorrow or
very early Thursday.
I.IIIIKO II;II1A I.IVELV
At three o'clock this afternoon, tlie
worklior.se parade was lining up on
oklawaha avenue. It was a long one
I and was most interesting to see.
I The streets were lively with people.
the square was lined with autos and
carriages and a constant procession
was going to and from the fair
grounds.
A telephone message from the fair
gro nds said the exhibits were nearly
all in place, the races were on and
iup a number of people were pres present
ent present FIWST MUTOItCYCLK HACK
The first motorcycle race at the fair
giounds this afternoon was won by
Mr. Laurie Yonge on a 4-hp. Indian.
Time, 6 minutes, 40 seconds. Mr. Har Harry
ry Harry Fausett came in second and Mr.
George Chambers third. George's ma machine
chine machine was not working as well as
usual. The distance was five miles
and Laurie in a red cap and sweater
on his red machine looked like a
streak of lightning-.
OCL NOHlllKltV
IS ACCOMMODATING
Vill Hold Afternoon Train ou Friday
to Enable Itn Patron to
Keacn Home
On Friday. Nov. 2i Children's Day
at the fair. Superintendent S. P. Hol Hol-Jinrake
Jinrake Hol-Jinrake authorizes us to announce that
rie regular passenger train on the
li-ala Northern vvhiph leaver Oeala at
:40 m.. will be held here till 5 p. m..
to give the passengers on the road a
chance to spend the afternoon at the
f a i r.
MITK H TO ELKS
There will be a regular semi semimonthly
monthly semimonthly meeting of Ocala Lodge to tonight,
night, tonight, at which time plans for tin tin-new
new tin-new Elks' home will be discussed and
arrangements made for the program
to be given at the annual memorial
service, Sunday, Dec. 2. It is import important
ant important that every member should attend.
DR. Y. K. LA5B
SpeelallMt Eye, Ear, A' one and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg. Ocala. Ad.
! IITIt I L lll.V APPROPRIATE j
CHRISTMAS IMIESEXT
Get a set of the standard authors
for a Christmas present. Nothing
makes a handsomer or more lasting
present. You can get anything in the
line of fiction or reference books on
the most attractive terms at the Ocala
News Co. Also a line of copyrights,
and in fact, and kind of book you
want for old and young.
Frenh home made hojcnbeatl c-heeMe
ami tripe at the Pure Food .Meat Stall, j
city market. Ad.
Mrs. Daisy Christie has given up her
stenographer's desk in the Ocala
House and accepted a position in Mr.
P. F. Condon's music store.
Captain James Cribbett of SL Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg arrived today to visit the fair
i and see hs numerous Marion county
fri
! Mr. Charlie Weaver, who has just
i returned from Starke, says they had a
: killing frost up there Monday night. I
j He visited Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mar- j
lowe. who lie found doing well in their
'new home. :
Little Jesse Cope. who broke his
arm u-hi!u i,l:ivln veeterdav. is doing
Mrs. J. W. Gordon of Largo is in the
city, visiting her daughter. Mrs. E. H.
Martin.
Mis- Blanche Mizelle of France
Lake i the gust of Miss Ophelia Saw Saw-tell.
tell. Saw-tell. Mr. Willie Pooser. who has been in
a garage in Atlanta for the past four
vars. is at his boyhood home for a
visit to his mother. Mrs. Poo-er. and
- sters. Mrs. K. Conner and Mrs. C.
i:. Nelson.
Mr. J. R. Moorhead i i-H.'lder
H.'lder i-H.'lder today.
surveying at
Mr. William Gist went up o Mclr. Mclr.-toh
toh Mclr.-toh today, but will return to the fair
t 'morrow.
Mr 1 '. E Simmons went to Newberry
': c.r.:r..r on business for the

Ca Iron Works.
Deputy Sheriff C. I West last night
i ..rrested T. E Atkinson, a light light-r'.nerel
r'.nerel light-r'.nerel gen: from Georgia, who lifted
a wat.-h off -A I man James Satur lay
r.ight. Judge F.e'.l heM Atkinson in
; default of $500.
' Dr. Blitch. Mrs. Elitch an! Miss
163 L-gie are in t '.v:,. visiting the fair.

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Their duett
:rie:j.i.vr of ai.t Lo iue No. 1I
jand the ktiigiits from sewral other
Jlodiivs ;r: .... ,c;:;;y hal a pleasant
jjiil pr-.:ita:.'.e n.--::rig Monday eve eve-;r.:ng.
;r.:ng. eve-;r.:ng. A :.-.; r:ft member- ..f the
j.aia h.d.. .v.-r- present ar.d at least
ihaif as from ne;g : --ring lu U. s.
After the or l.nary :,i-:r.s of the
i meeting x.is r. Itistr. t Deputy
j'lran.I ch.a'; eih.r W. M. j ,:T took
jthe ci-jalr ai. i re-h:., oVer the inula inula-j'l'in
j'l'in inula-j'l'in ..f a: p. Ute.. Tr.tr full i-rogress
j of i hivairy .v ss -h.wn in these. Mr.
w. H. Hird ..f Martel was given the
degree ..f page. Mr Jarr.-- Howell of
oeala an 1 Mr. Arthur :;?; of Kendrlck
j were aPr.itt. l to t.;e rank of esquire
and full knighthood wa bestowed Oil
'Mr. Edwin Sp-ncer. Jr.
After t'hi- work wa- .-ver. the g'oo 1
the or 1. r held s .vay. and tuany
' helpful and witty things were said.
while igar -moke curled over the
head of tin- g l!iering until t
ne nie.m-
bers i-oiildii t have seen
they had wanted
.eiliiig if
About 11
loik t ie knight.- ad-
journed to the -ala House cafe,
where a boiritifoi :ive-.ourse baicjuet
was served, 'ty-ters in all styles were
the pie
de resi-tan.
and were
topped oft' with -alad and eof.ee. Tho
the hour w...s la'e. t,.e knight- sat
long over their Ah-, h i an i H tvains.
meapwhile e,-h ing iiig many pb a-ant
reminiscence-.
.-ala P'.ige is gr..viig ft-t and it
will pay any good citien to g. t his
name on it- rolls. of the -many fra fraternal
ternal fraternal orleis. nor.e are higher in aim
or more usef.il in work than the K. of
P. and only two ex.-. it in numbers.
Following are the names "f the vis visiting
iting visiting knight, most ,f whom braved
long, cold I'idt S to n.eet w i ; 'heir
o,-ala brethren:
Fort M,,y; lh i:. Perkins. H. A.
P.rown. Powers. Jones. Moore. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and McKenzie.
Martep A. P.. Kemp. W. H. Pird. W.
.1. Miller. A. A. Whittle. A. Gallipeau.
F. A. Hicks. Walker. George
'ross. A. i:. Williams. ". x. Ham). ton.
Keddick: M. Carn. S. I Frjdy. E.
1 Rou. S. May... IM Ron. II. R. Rax Rax-ter.
ter. Rax-ter.
Mr. .am I'ylt. .who lias been with
Messrs. Mclver IlacKay for the past
several year-, -aj severed his connec connection
tion connection with that fitin and is now with
the Thetis-Zachry ''ompaiiy.
CO!.' Stl.l'-Or,,. te.ir.e. I ;.-..( I,.re'uv
male hog. eighteen months old. Adam j
llafii-r. Pell, view. Fla. H-g'.'-'tw
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I Mr. A. W. Vinson of Lady I.ake was
in the city for a few hour.- yesterday.
I He said lie would like to attend the
'fair, but was too busy shipping or-
anges. of whbh there i
i his section.
s a Jme rop in
For quick signs paintC'i while you
wait, see the Do. Ine Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. LlVe orders -a lie old
stand. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. Joan Mathew-Candb-r
ale here to see the fair.
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During Fair Week we will sell New
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We have a Number of Slightly Used
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The Root
of Evil

By THOMAS DIXON
Copyright. 1911. by Thomas
Dixon
U nen the president of the Van Dam
Trust company failed to receive the
prnmi-spfl millions from Iiivens lie c.ill c.ill-etl
etl c.ill-etl his telephone atnl. reeirins no an answer,
swer, answer, spratr into hi automobile anl
1ashM downtown to the little main
ofTk-e.
When the -lerk at the iloor informed
lii til that Mr. P.ivens eonld not le seen
1y any one. lie drove back to the pala palatial
tial palatial house of his hank, smiled sadly
at the nioh in front of its huire pillars,
ordered its bronze doors Hnsed. walked
around the mrner to his home, locked
himself in his room and Mew his brain-
out.
For a week the panic held the finan financial
cial financial world in the jirip of death. A doz dozen
en dozen banks had closed their doors and a
score of men who had Ions loasted
their courage anions men had died the
fieath of cowards when put to the test.
One of the most curious results of
the panic was the revulsion of pop popular
ular popular feelirif: asainst the daring and
honest young officer of the law who
had rendered the greatest service to the
people wrought by any public servant
in a generation. He was hailed as t'.se
arch traitor of the people, the man who
had used h's high office to produce a
panic and curve a fortune out of the
ruin of millions whose deposits were
tied up in banks that might never again
open their doors.
Stuart, stung to desperation by their
infamous charges, attempted at first
to repel them. He stopped at last in
disgust and maintained afterward a
dignified silence.
From the first day of the run Bivens
bad laughed in the face of the crowd
that besieged the door of his big Broad Broadway
way Broadway bank. He stood on top of th.e
granite steps and shouted in their
faces:
"Come on, you dirty cowards! I've
got your money inside waiting for you.
every dollar of it 1CM cents on the dol dollar!"
lar!" dollar!" The crowd made no reply. They
merely moved up in line in stolid U
lence a little closer to the door. Each
day this line had grown longer. Biv Bivens
ens Bivens was not worrying. The king had
spoken. The folly of these people jn
their insane efforts to wreck Biven's
bank was making impossible a return
to normal business.
Stuart determined to face this crowd
and have it out with them. He be believed
lieved believed that a bold appeal to their rea reason
son reason would silence his critics and allay
their insane ffcars. He told Bivens of
his purpose over the telephone, and the
financier protested vigorously:
"Don't do it. Jim. I beg of you." he
pleaded. "It will lie a waste of breath.
Besides, you risk your life."
"I'll be there when the bank opens at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning." was the
firm answer.
When Stuart appeared the next morn morning
ing morning a roar of rage swept the crowd.
Howls, curses, catcalls, hisses, hoots
and j'ells were hurled into his face. It
was a new experience in Stuart's life.
He flushed red. stood for a moment
surveying the mob with growing auger
and lifted his hand for silence.
The answer was a storm of hisses-.
Apparently he hadn't a friend In all the
swaying mas of howling maniacs. He
drew his heavy brows down over his
eyes and the square jaws ground to
gether with sullen determination.
With a sudden impulse he threw his
right hand high above his head and his
voice boomed over the crowd in a peal
of command. The effect was electrical.
A painful hush followed.
"Gentlemen!"
He paused and his next words were
spoken in intense silence.
"My answer to the extraordinary
greeting you have given me this
morning is simple. I am not working
for your approval. I work for my
own approval, because I must in obe obedience
dience obedience to the call within me. Long
ago in my life I gave up ambition and
ceased to ask anything for myself.
You cannot destroy my career be because
cause because I cherish none. The scene you
are enacting here this morning is n
disgrace to humanity. You have sur surrendered
rendered surrendered to the unmeaning fear that
drives a herd of swine over a
precipice. You have, by an act of
will, joined in a movement to paralyze
He Hurled Him Down the Steps. j
tln motive HivtT of th world faith! I
T!:nv is !;.t nv.e thin:; that runs this j

earth of ours for a single day faith
in one another.
"You are scrambling here for a few
dollars in this bank. What can you
do with it when you draw it outV
There is not enough cash in the world
to transact a single day's business.

uusiness is run on creuii iauu. i uc
j business of a bank is to keep money
moving and make it do the world's
work. You are attempting to stop
the work by tne destruction of its
faith."
Suddenly a man who had quietly j
pushed his way through the crowd j
tsriivm" nn tha stun !jfort th snoflker i
and thrust a revolver into his face.
A cry of horror swept the crowd,
as Stuart paused, turned pale and
looked steadily down the Cashing bar bar-re!
re! bar-re! into tne madman's eyes.
"Who started this work of destruc destruction?"
tion?" destruction?" the man cried. "You you do
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manaed by Jod Almighty to end this j
trouble by ending you!" j
As Stuart held the glittering eyes j
levelled at him across the blue Mack;
barrel he could see the man's nervous
and uncertain finger twitching at the j
trigger. With a sudden panther like j
spring he leaped across the five feet j
whicn separated him from the man j
who held the revolver. His left hand
gripped the weapon and threw it into
the air as it was fired, while his riyht
hand dosed on the throat of his assail-
j ant. With his knee against the man's!
I breast he hurled him uowii the steps.
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wrenencu the revolver trom ms nanu
and with a single blow knocked him
into insensibility.
The spell was broken. The mob that
hated him saw their chance. A yelL of
rage wept them, and a dozen men
sprang toward him with curses. For
a moment he held his own, when sud suddenly
denly suddenly a well directed blow from behind
knocked him down. In blind fury he
felt the smash of blows on his face
and head. A stream of blood was
triklimr down his forehead and its
.salty taste penetrated his mouth.
A sudden crash from space seemed
to send the world into a mass of flam flaming
ing flaming spiinters .-nd the Iliiht failed. He
heard the soft rustle of silk and felt
the pressure of a woman's lips on his.
Siovly he must be dead, was the first
tlrmght that flashed through his mind.
And then from somewhere far away
in fpace came Nan's voice low and
tense:
Come ba k. .Mm. dear. I've some something
thing something to tell you. You can't die. you
shall not die until I've told you!"
He opened his eyes and found Xan
bending over him'. His hand rested on
her soft arm. and his head lay pillowed
on her breast.
"Why. Xan. it's you! What's hap happened?
pened? happened? What on earth are you doing
here?"
He lo iked about the room and saw
that he was in the inner office of the
president of the bank, alone with Biv Bivens'
ens' Bivens' wife. He was lying on the big
leather couch.
"I heard that you were giiug to speak
this morning. I wanted to hear yog
ami came. I arrived just as you be began
gan began and managed to get into the bank.
I sa .v that man try to kill you. .Tim.
and that crowd of wild beasts tram trampling
pling trampling you to death. Two detectives
'Hilled you out and dragged you into
the ;a;ik."
A doctor entered and quickly dressed
Stuart's wounds. ai:d turned to Xan.
"He'll be all right in a week or so,
Mrs. Bivens. provided he doesn't insist
on breaking the run on another bank
by the spell of his eloquence. I hope
you can persuade him not to try that
again."
"I think I'm fully persuaded, doctor."
Stuart answered grimly. "Fve seen a
great light today."
When the doctor had gone al Nan
was left alone with Stuart an embar embarrassed
rassed embarrassed silence fell between them.
She was quietly wondering if he wore
fully unconscious when she was sob sobbing
bing sobbing and saying some very foolish
things. Above all. she was wondering
whether he knew that she had kissed
him.
When her car stopped at South
Washington square and Stuart Insisted
on scrambling out alone, she held his
hand tight a moment and sjioke with
trembling earnestness:
"You will see tne now. Jim, and be
friends?"
He answered promptly.
"Yes, Nan. I will. The world is nev never
er never going to be quite the same place for
me after today. There was one moment
this morning in which I think I lived
a thousand years."
A hot flush stole oxer the woman's
beautiful face as she iooked steadily
into his eyes an,i quietiy asked:
"What moment was that?"
"The 'Moment I looked down that gun
barrel, saw the stupid hate in that
fool's eyes and felt the throb of the in insane
sane insane desire to kiii in the people behind
him. the people for whom I've been j
giving my life a Joyous sacrifice."
Nan smiled a sih of relief.
"Oh. I see. Well, you've made me
very happy with yo ir promise. I know
you will keep your word."
He pressed l.er hand firmly.
"You are more beautiful than ever.
Nan. Yes, I'll kep my word. Joixl!y
until I call."
And the woman smiled in triumph.
(Cont'iued Tomorrow)
Lucas County.
City of Toledo. s.
State of Ohio,
Frank J. Cneney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
cneney a- lo., do:ng Dus.ness in me j
city of Toledo, county and state afore- j
saiJ. and that said firm will pay the
Mini ui -me nunareu iunais lur j
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
n my presence, this 6th day or De
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Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & c Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Take
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H. E. YOXGE AGAIX IX
THE PLUMBING CUSIXESS
R. E. Yonge & Co. are again in the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, ar.d Mr. Walter S. C. Tonge 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. Yongc & Co.

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That offensive taste and odor in some beers is easily avoided.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives the best
protection against light.
"While beer quickly deteriorates when it is

exposed to direct sunlight, such deterioration,
although greatly retarded, will eventually take
place in diffused light. Beer exposed to the
rays of the sun will very quickly acquire the
so-called skunk taste.'
Extract from Proceedings of the Second International Hrewers Con Congress
gress Congress held in Chicago October 19-21, 1911. Vol. 1, page 300.
We have adopted every invention, every idea that
could make for purity.
The Brown Bottle is only another step in Schlitz
progress.
Our beer was first brewed in a hut. Today our
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FIRE WOOD
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney's residence, where I have a
large stock of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak, all of which Is well
seasoned. One dollar for a big1 load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
city.
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. MANNING.
Ten thousand dollars worth of un unredeemed
redeemed unredeemed pledges and drummer's
samnles. at snecial nrices. as I am
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Cioldman s. whv Pav i
More? Ad
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.
FRESH SEEDS
We have the new crop of garden, and
field 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-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company. Ad.
SEED OATS
Thirty Day ana Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
Phone the Court Pharmacy for quick j
and accurate prescription service, i
Telephone 284. Ad.
Parker fountain
filling kind, at D.
Pay More? Ad.
pens the
Goldman's.
self self-Why
Why self-Why I will make your liberal allowances ;
on used guns and revolvers, when I
taken in exchange for new ones, or 1
will pay you cash fo- them. At B.
Goldman's
Why Pay More? Ad. (
x makg the most liberal ioans on all
articlcs of value. B. Goldman. Whv
Pay Mjre? Ad.
Diamonds on credit to oersons with
satisfactory reference?, at B. Gold-
man s.
Why Pay More? Ad.
Goin hunting? Have no gun? Do
t worry. Come to me; I'll rent you
one. B. Goldman. Why Pi.y More? Ad.
Look at our line or tiox stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Double barrel hammerless guns,
Remingtons, for the price of a cheap
gun. at Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
Cabbage plants; leading varieties; j
Early Jersey Wakefield. Early Summer, i
Early Flat Dutch, Collard Plants, ready i
now. Order now. $1.25 per 1000; 15,000. j
5. T. W. Eowen & Son. Waldo, Fla. j

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