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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENING

STAR

FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
FURNITURE
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus-Zachry Co.
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VOL. 19.
OCALA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1912.
NO. 153.
THE FURNITURE USX

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V:

AN UNEASY FEELING in the stomach or
bowels, caused by indigestion or constipation, yields
quickly to
SIMMONS
RED 2
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDEli FORM)
It remove? all impurities or fermented food, cleanses and tones the
stomach and bowels and restores that fine feeling of exhilaration, mental
activity and cheerfulness that belongs only to perfect health-.
Old mr dcalcxs. pnio. imcc package. i.m.
" Auk f'r t h rmaln with th K'-d 7. on thi- l.i-l. If yon ranrmt ft it ritilt t" o. w wiM
ri1 li v mail poitpaid. hirnmon Livff Kult.r n put up iu liqui.I lurm fur tbvt who prefer
it. l'rire, ll.uu per buttle. Look fur the U.-d i latwi.
J. H. ZEILIN 4. CO., PROPS., ST. LOUIS. MC.

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lt I'M'OMTION IV OH Mill

DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

Should lr ttenried l Many Mrmlier
nt the Florida Corn C'luhx

mu m i (ivr.u the
COMWEIM'I t. IIWK

DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL. SURGEON
Phone 211 Ocala, Fla.

Columbia, S. C. Nov. 13. li12.
To County Superintendents of FMu FMu-cation.
cation. FMu-cation. Demonstration Agents, and
Others Interested In Roys' Corn Clubs:
Iurin tin- National Corn Exposition
to be held in Columbia. S. C. Jan. 2?th
to Feb. 8th. Pal'!, (luii members from
tach county in those states in which
then are reuularly organized corn
clubs. together with prize-winners
front the dubs of several northern
states, will In- entertained by the ex exposition
position exposition authorities, who are cooperat cooperating
ing cooperating with the Farmers" Cooperative
Demonstration Work to show the great
reMilts being accomplished by the
Buys' Corn Clubs of the South.
The boys are to be organized into a
school of instruction, of a seml-mlli-tary
type, thereby giving them t lie op opportunity
portunity opportunity of seeing a great exposition

0 E N T A L SURGEON1 ll,r"u!l th1 eVes of trained experts.
J and affording them the privilege of
liooins J), 10 and 11, Second Floor, j listening to the lectures on agrkul-

ittiral subjects by the best talent to be
i secured from the various state col col-i
i col-i lei-es of agriculture of the Union, at
jthe same time giving them a week of
pleasure and social intercourse with
pri.e-winners from other states.

! The school, which will open on Mori Mori-I
I Mori-I day. the opening day of the exposition,
j will continue one week. The faculty
i will consist of agricultural experts

from all parts of the country, who
will be at tlie exposition in charge of
exhibits. The exposition is more than
a mere coin show, and the exhibits
which are prepared under the auspices

! of the leading state colleges and ex ex-'
' ex-' periment stations and the federal de de-'partment
'partment de-'partment of agriculture, graphically
j emphasize and illustrate every phase
: of agricultural advancement. These
exhibits furnish the background for "a
' Kreat national agricultural university,
I which is really what the National
Corn Exposition has srown to be.
The movement is as unl-iue In char character
acter character as it will prove practical in ef-
feet. It is certain to stimulate the

I'.oys' Corn Club work In the South as
nothing else could. Its very nature
will appeal to business and profes professional
sional professional men alike. There is no county
in the Southern states that can afford
not to have the full representation to
which it is entitled. for thp sphnnl

IS THE BEST INVESTMENT IN 'will afford a means of advertising for

F- the South as a section, each state and
"Li" U"l"l"U"rm I county as units, such as will attract

J, E, CHACE

Holder Itlnck,

OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
M, C. IZLAR
DENTAL SURGEON
I, aw Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, ... FLORIDA

l

IE MEN

lllgbrnt Emblems of Honor f.iten

Four American Soldier by

I'reHiiirnt Taft

!

ineer for the New

Home Company.

Iowa was among

;eek. He is also a

iiumtreeker.
List wck the following pupils had
their name.- on the honor roll: Maurice
Jor.lan. Ethel Hall. O Massey.
Mr. R. M. Overenl is moving out to

week. He has been quite

houe and fencing

IE!

EXAS

rar m

LIS

Nov. -.. Five your;:

and enlisted men

active military forces, i y out to the farm

went to the White House ve.-terd.iy to! Mr. Me.re Dean

sy building

s farm.
Mr. James H. Ford has his house
arly finished and is moviig his fam-

Washington

men. oinc-rs
Uncle Sam's

of Boston. Mass

receive the highest award taat can be ..arrived here yesterday and will spend

A merican

ddier.

: :ie

dal

the winter lie re.
Me.--rs. Ielugo
soon be readv to

lven an

of honor.

Four of the men. from the Presidio,

San Francisco, brought memories of j farm,
the hunt and capture of the Filipino i The ynun; pet d
pirate chief Jikiri in 1.00: while the ; vantage of Mr. J. B
fifth, a cavalry f:h t who had help.-) j invi t i risi tiiem to :o
protect the town of Douglas. Ariz., j the .-ane grinding,
las year, heard mode-tly the re-telling j went out last nitht

of his riding into a r.t i n o !:!n

and Stanaland will
move out to their

ate taking ad ad-liall's
liall's ad-liall's kindness in
it to his farm to
ii it" a crowd

.iter..-!

lieS

top a right tii at th

ol .mericans.

Tlie soldiers decorated for '"deeds of
gallantry in action" were: First Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Archie Miller and Second Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Archie Miller and Second Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Arthur H. Wil-on and I .hn T.
Kennedy, all of tlie Sixth Cavalry:
Quartermaster Sergeant Joseph Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, an enlisted man .f Troop It.

Sixth Cavalry, and ('apt. Julian i aujot. j .-hopping and having some dental
of the First avalry. j oi k -lone while in Ocala Friday.
Mt. Will Lucius is spending the

I.!: YON

Levon. Nov. 2S. Uorn to Mr. and
Mrs I'. M. Mosely. Friday morning, the
'l'n 1. a fine boy. and now it is P. M.,
Jr. Mother and baby are doing well.
Mr.-. T. K. Slaughter has been con con-riiie.)
riiie.) con-riiie.) to !,er )ed with fever tins week,
i- is hoped -he will soon le well.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Goodwin were

i.i k int of iii.i:ii

4 onrt and Inrnhnll Colleeted
t win in 'reeent

Much

l'alatka. Nov. 2 1. F. autifully t t-graved
graved t-graved lionds of the American Con Concrete
crete Concrete Steel Railway Tie I'lciijiany, pay paying
ing paying 'steen per centum annually, have
found a ready market among Crescent
City capitalists during the past month.
These bonds were sold by two very
plausible young men in tine raiment
with cunning social accomplishments
that readily "put them next" to all

who have seemed to lote on refine- I

:r. 3'elro with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. 1'roetor.
M J. J. Waters of Jacksonville is
visi ing with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I .-. W iters this week.
Mrs Fahrenback. who lias been so
s "i usi ill. is ii and will soon be
o. t.
Mr. Alfred iiver, commissary clerk,
h severed his connections with the
big mil! company her- and will leave
n. Alfred is a good buy and all re re-gre:
gre: re-gre: to see him go.
Mr. I'. H. Hill arrived Friday to be

jat tiie be.lside of his little son. Charles,

Colquitt Headed an Army of eighteen
Thonnnd liird in a March Thro
tta treetx of Cnero

Cuero. Texas. Nov. 27. Eighteen
thousand turkeys marched through the
streets of Cuero yesterday in a pro procession
cession procession healed by Gov. (X B. Colquitt
of Texas, and members of his staff. In
full uniform. The event was offlcially
name.l the "turkey trot." The official
dignity lent by the governor, his staff
and several hours of speechmaking is
explained by the fact that these tur turkeys
keys turkeys represented some 18.000 Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, for this
section of Texas maintains a turkey
packing house.

MI'TIOX llltECDS CRIME

in the

Dr. Thcrese Cluett
Osteopath
Acute and Chronic Dlxease
of Women and Children ft
Specialty
Office No. 31, Holder Clock
Phone 239 Ocala, Ffa

nient and art having a plact

vulgar every-day business
life.

Tlit.se young men manipulated under
the cognomina of M. W. Cozart and D

w O

i.

v. ry low, never having recov

ered from the accident which nwnrr.

iff airs ofj,..i ;lt Mr. lull's honu. in Dade City

!-"!iie months ago. While playing little
'Charles fell from a box and fractured
his skull in the ton of the head with a

I. Marshall, and they had apartments n .n u,,.,,,,,,,. h wuo in 1a

onville and an operation performed
lie has never recovered and now his

father was shot full of hob- by ani,ift, ;, ailn(lst despaired of.
enemy lie was trying to get. but who

IU51U f-"L ii'.t -' iwoe vv n.oa nr rha.imo.,

-tiff joints and shooting pains all
-how your kidneys are not working

at the Hotel de Grove Hall. The for- I
mer once lived near Seville, where his

i

years ago. but the standing the father i

made it easy for our young bond seller
to gain entrance t society, and many
old friends of the family vouched for

him, thus making his game easier in i

tlie playing.

It Is estimated that here and at Se Seville
ville Seville these men sold something like
$10,000 in the bonds of their "com

pany" for the most of which they were I

paid cash.

right. Urinary irregularities, loss of
sleep, nervousness. weak back and

of a good

kidneys tell the need

HOSPITAL I1AY AT Till: FAIR

We buy, sell or develop

property, city and suburban. I'.ulld

ing lots and suburban farm and truck- j
ing land. Write or see i

business !lne attention of North, Fast and West

alike.

TAMPA BAY LAND CO.
American Nnflonnl Hank Iluilriinff,
TAMl'A, FLORIDA

W. C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
I'LANN l UKXISHKP
OX APPLICATION
O. BOX 10 OCALA. FLA
IIAVR YOUR CAR PAIXTIID

M'lVER & MAG KAY

Funeral Directors
Undertakers ar.d Eiabalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I). K. MrlYFi: and C. V. IIOHFIITS
Funeral Directors
11 Work Done by Licensed Km Km-balmois
balmois Km-balmois and Fully Ciuaranteed.

PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47
FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTERN
Beef, Pork and Mutton

FRESH
APALACHICOLA OYSTERS
Fresh and Sail Water
FISH
Received Every Day Day-Prompt
Prompt 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 any other
contractor tn tJe cllar.

Thursday Thanksgiving- Day--will
be hospital day in Ocala and at the
fair. Pretty red cross nurses will be

tatloned at prominent places through

out the business section of the city.

as well as at the fair grounds, to re receive
ceive receive donations for the handsome new

Marlon County Hospital, which is now
in the course of construction. This

work Is under the auspices of the

auxiliary board of the hospital man

reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills are tonic, strengthening and
restorative. They build up the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and regulate their action. They
a ill give you quick relief and contain
no habit forming drugs. Safe and al always
ways always tire. Try them. For sale by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

nthrr Reason Why Humanity Should
Try to Stamp Out the
White Plague
Minyhampton. X. V., Nov, 27. "If
tuberculosis were controlled, expendi expenditures
tures expenditures of the state for the control of
crime would be largely reduced."
.ludue Ge..rge W. Ray, United States
district judue, thus summarized his
experience on the bench with many
who had become criminals because
they had been bereft of. parental guid guidance
ance guidance by tuberculosis, or who wasted
by disease, had taken to counterfeiting
or some other light work of an illegal
nature in order to provide themselves
with shelter.
Judae Hay ursed the establishment
of tuberculosis hospitals as a measure
of economy, stating that one of the
twenty cases he had described had
alone cost the state over $2,000.

CANDLE!

SMITH'S BARGAINS

Candler, Nov. 26. Miss Catherine
Caulls' many friends are glad to wel welcome
come welcome her return from Lake Butler,
where she lias been for some time
past.
Mr. J. T. Nelson came down from
Ocala last Wednesday evening for a
short visit to his sister and niece.
Mr. Thomas Gillespie and family
have returned from Belleview. where
they have been residing for the past
several months. We are glad to have
them with us again.
Mrs. Belle Holtzclaw returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from Jacksonville. where she
has been visit'ng her son and family
for the past two weeks.
Capt. and Mrs. Russell of Lake
Weir were week end visitors of Mrs.
Mary Ifiscock.
Mrs. dim Fort was in town Satur Saturday
day Saturday the guest of Mrs. John Mathews.
Mr. C. W. Quick and party of friends

autoed to oklawaha Saturday evening
to attend the concert given for the
benefit of the new Baptist church now now-being
being now-being erected at that place.
Dr. and Mrs. Belcher enjoyed a week
end visit from their son. Mr. Asa Bel

cher of Ocala.

Mrs. Mary' Klliott was shopping in
Ocala Monday afternoon.

Representation in the school is ap apportioned
portioned apportioned to the several states accord according
ing according to the number, of counties therein.
The quota of each is a number equal
to twice the number of Its counties.
The two scholarships allowed each
county will be awarded to those boys
who excel in the production of corn
according to rules governing the Boys'
Corn Club contests.
The management of the school, fully

aware of the profit and pleasure to be
derived by those boys so fortunate as
to have the opportunity of attending,
has spent much time in planning for
their instruction and entertainment,
and especially for their safety and wel welfare
fare welfare from the time they leave their
homes for Columbia until they return
a week later.
Tlie boys will be housed in a build building
ing building properly ventilated and well heat heated.
ed. heated. AH necessary sanitary precau

tions will be taken to "nsure safety of

health. There will be free medical
service for the boys from the best
talent of Columbia at all times of the
day or night.
Aside from the regular daily hours
of lectures and excursions to the var various
ious various exhibits and points of interest,
the management is providing a splen splendid
did splendid athletic ground, and the schedule
of each day will show a place for var various
ious various athletic sports. Saturday, the

closing day of the school, has been

designated Boy's Day and will be de devoted
voted devoted to various pleasant features, in including
cluding including an all-Southern track meet to
be participated in by representative
teams selected from the Corn Club
members of the several states. Fol Following
lowing Following these exercises the boys will be
entertained at a banquet tendered by
the city of Columbia. For this enter entertainment
tainment entertainment the city has made sutficient
appropriation to provide 1200 plates.

In setting forth these facts, I do so

with the request that you willingly
respond to a call your state agent in
charge of the Roys' Corn Clubs will

soon make on you. He needs your re resistance,
sistance, resistance, and you are in a position to
render great service' to the cause h
represents.
I shall keep you posted from time
to time regarding the school, and a a-Koon
Koon a-Koon as the instructions relative to t'.it;
government of same are ready for dis distribution
tribution distribution copies will be mailed you. In
the meantime call on your state agent
regarding rates and other general in information.
formation. information. Yours very truly.

J. R. Hobdy,
Superintendent of School.

Holl Top Desk 922.00
ST.OO Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen.. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Seat.... 2.00

agement, and the proceeds are for the !()ne iisi011 prlor Set. Three

an "ar Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
TIIK DEADLY DELAY I One .Mission Library Table... 9.30
Those who put off using Hall's Tex-In' Chest Carpenter Tools,

UifX bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $:$ to $11.00. Worth double.
.Many other bargains, too.

as Wonder for their kidney, bladder
and rheumatic trouble a deadly
delay, $1 bottle gives quick and per permanent
manent permanent relief. Write for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Olive street. St.
Lou'" Mo. Sold by druggists.

EVERY

Santa Claus makes his Headquarters at the
O. K. TEAPOT tor his Goodies to till
the Children's Stockings. He
knows it is the place.

Every Christmas we have a
large assortment of Candy, Nuts
and Raisins, and in fact, every everything
thing everything that goes to make a Xmas
Dinner, and for Santa Claus, we
have everything Good to Eat
All fresh goods, so you can't
be disappointed. When Santa
Claus goes to fill the stockings
there is great satisfaction in
knowing that everything is the
EST T BE HAD.
This Winter we have a more
complete stock than ever, so you
won't have any trouble selecting
your wants from our store.
Getting something to eat is a
great problem. Let us help you
and it won't be half so hard.
We study the want of our
Customers.
. II tapet (Grocwy,
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida

I. MIAMI HOY WOX
CIIAMIMOX COUX PRIZE

OLLIK MOIiDIS' MAI1KKT OPLX

The market formerly Known as the
Oilie Mordls' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fih
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand aid be treated righv
Yours respectfully.

Ad. OlAAK MORDIS. J
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia I

Dark of Marcus Frank's

Queen ol Sea Routes"

FOH KENT

FOR RENT Two or three large

furnished rooms for light housekeep

ing. 29 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf

Is your husband cross?

fault finding disposition

to a disordered stomach.

ood digestion is nearly

An irritable,
is often due
A man with

always good i

MERCHANTS' AND MIXEliS'
TRANSPORTATION' CO.
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Huston and Providence

Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 14. Junius
Hill, an Ktowah county boy farmer, is
again one of the champion corn grow growers
ers growers of Alabama, and will probably win
first prize in the corn contest conduct conducted
ed conducted by the state department of agricul agriculture.
ture. agriculture. Last year Hill's record attract attracted
ed attracted attention over the entire south and
lie was sriven a free trin to Washlnsr-

ton. This time he has made a new re

cord. He has produced 171 bushels
and 39 pounds of corn on one acre at a

total cost of only $23, or a little more

than 13 cents a bushel. This includes

fertilizer, cultivation and gathering.

Hill used only three sacks of acid

phosphate. Officials of the agricultural

department say the record will proba

bly be the best for the season. All

reports have not been received, but

none, so far, compare with Hill's re record.
cord. record. Atlanta Journal.

V

Fin a
fares;
tickets

.-"en

steamers; best service; low
wireless telegraph. Through
to and from principal points.

natured. A great many have been per-

manently cured of stomach trouble by i

taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For)
sale by all dealers. Ad.

for booklet.

H. C. AVERY. Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville. Fla.
Fluent Conntwliie Trips the World"

rOK SALE

We Have a Car for You

In selling new cars we have taken

bUu we oner it or ; cvpoiiQ-it nrc in ovphnnco nil mm-

FOR SALE Box bt.H alley, tent and

all accessories. This cutfit is almost)

new and cost $4o0

nou spot casn. lhe buccess urniture letel v equipped and guaranteed in

i perfect shane. They will be sold

awav under first cost and real value
S . a. J

we oi ine irioai anracne campaigns T pt us sen(1 VOU price list: we Can

of advertising now running in this pa-iave you money.

per is mat oi ine w line iover f loi.r,
a fully guaranteed product, distribut distributed
ed distributed by the Peninsular Naval Stores Co.

of Tampa and sold by local dealers, t

We trust that our readers will give
this flour a fair trial. i

PITTING A END TO A PLAGUE

WM. C. THOMAS

tate Distributor for American,
Haynes. Marion, Regal Cars

Eradication of Tick Fever to be Di Di-ciiMed
ciiMed Di-ciiMed at a Meeting; In Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Dee. 17-19
As a part of the program of the

live stock convention to be held at

the University of Florida, Gainesville.

on December the 17th to ltth inclus

ive, it is proposed to have a confer conference
ence conference with a representative of the
bureau of animal industry of the Unit United
ed United ytate agricultural department on
the subject of tick eradication among
the cattle of Florida. At this meet meeting
ing meeting in which the state board of health
will assl.-t. it is desired that as many
of th citizens of Florida who can do
so. and who may be interested, shall
attend, because the bureau of animal
industry is certain that facts can be
presented which will be convincing of
the economic advantage to the state in
bavins? the cattle fever tick eradicated
from tlie state.
Joseph Y. Porter,
State Health Officsr.

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A T. Thomas, Pres. J. Thompson, Manager
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.

DEALERS IN
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
MANUFACTURERS OF
Cement Blocks and all kind? of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick. Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA

ORANfiK SPRINGS

and Indiana Trucks

Gl:t Main St., Jacksonville.
Phone 237

Fla.

FIRE WOOD

Kidney Pills

rONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN HESULT1
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,

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 big load,
deliver d 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.

Orange Springs. Nov. 25. Mr. J. J.
Schroeder of Atlantic City, Wyo.. is a
visitor here and a guest of the Carlton
House.
Mrs. Cornelia Jameson and son. M.is M.is-ter
ter M.is-ter Monte Jameson of Sioux, City, la.,
are homeseekers who arr'ved here
hit Tluir.-.lu- TV, .-vi. .-. J,-.

and will 'engage in the poultry l.usi- KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUELS,
ne-;s- RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of tbt
Mr. C. L. Mindermon has left his! .
winn v, .1 t.- .J. KIDNEYS. INFLAMMATION of tbl

take charge of the New South Farm ; BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
Home Company's office at that pi ice. .
Mrs. F. H. Tedrick is spending a REGULARITIES. A positive boon to

few days at Edgar. MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY

Mr. S. B. Terry of Iowa is a visito
here, looking at some real enate.

Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Harrison of Citra
were pleasant visitors here Sunday th th-guest
guest th-guest of Mr. Harrison's sister. Mrs. R.
A. Carlton.

ONLY A FIRE HERO
Tut ::ie crowd cheered, as, with burn burned
ed burned 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! also
for boils, ulcers, sore, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues Inflammation,
kills pain. Only 25 cents at Tydings
& Company. Ad-

KOLD WEATHER IMPORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes ani Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon ba
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 and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fail to call on us when in need of any anything
thing anything in our line.
KNIGHT & LANG

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

V GREAT BUILDING FALLS

F. E. McCLAXE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. IVVCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Ocala, Florida
PHONES: OFFICE:
Office, 333." Ejlte 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence. 40T. Corner of Public Iquare
Notes Can made b wperlal appointment. Special Genltv t'rlaary Cllad
after 7 p.. zn. rarb day.

! PEOPLE and for WOMEN.

Mr. Randall Wells happen.-! to .y.iite
a painful accident yesterday. The
crank of the automobile slip. pod and

Going hunting? Have no gun? Do struck his arm. dislocating his wrist.

not worry. Come to me: I'll rent you 'He left on the afternoon train for Pa Pa-one.
one. Pa-one. B. Goldman. Why Pay More? Ad. latka to have iis arr.- treated. Mr.

HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A DtI, 6C: Wihixitfton St.. ConnerilJ,
Ini.. is ia his fcth eir. He ntcj us: "Itm
lately tuSered isni from tr.y k-due- s and D.aJ D.aJ-i?r
i?r D.aJ-i?r 1 had ieter baclnci.es ai.d n.y kidny action
a5 too fre.v.ent. cac.-V-j m to lose ir.ncD i.ses
t nii t, and in ir.y r raider thr? was cnfan
pain. I tok Foie Ki.'.r-? Piiis iot f tn time,
ma am cow free of t;' tr.-ubie and Rga.a L;e U
? rp and around Foiey kiaaey k'ii aT raj
bJjLut rrcosuKtodaiiGQ."
For Sal y tntt-Moaopoly Drnr"tore

when its foundation Is undermined,
and if the foundat'on of health good
digestion is attacked, quick collapse
follows. On the first signs of indiges indigestion.
tion. indigestion. Dr. King's New Life Pills should
be taken to tone the stomach and reg regulate
ulate regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas Pleasant,
ant, Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at
Tydings & Company. Ad.

Same people fail
others do not lose.

to win because

Parker fountain
filling kind, at B.
Pay More? Ad.

pens the
Goldman's.

self-Why

HOTEL CMIUIRCMIIILL
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, no
the American and European Plans.
American Plan. $2 per day and up. European Plan, 11.00 per day and Up Up-Special
Special Up-Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.



OCALA IVfcEKLY STAH IVEDXESDAV, XOfEMBEK idl2

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Constantinople

OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postoffice at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mail matter.

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faith : an 1 j
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t .h:h. 1:;- 1
IVrlinarl i:blMl are

in Turkey
St i :n bou I

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All Hiubl Jin. I

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my ma s'ill b.-ar Spani
u j.artly ?"par.ih .-pee-.

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The weather
republican.

clerk is a darned oil

.- --for.! .lay of t! M .r

Fair is eiiouraa in : in v-r
, the weather, which aVe peo
ornfortabb- ft-f-lins- not
w het h.-r it woul 1 rain or no

gray

A Japanese steamship corporation Is
accused of trying to buy land for a
coaling station near Honolulu. Now
watch the Jingoes ko up in th- air.

1

live

President-elect Wilson Is not

gether happy. He will have to eat
cold storage turkey tomorrow, as there

are none of the live birds in Permuda. QJy 3jf jS

Sunbeam Soda. lull pound Cjf

f Lc 1

alto- ww

Van Houlen's Cocoa requires';

much

Kvt-rythir.:

a rounds thi- rn.irnmx T.; T.;-r.ot
r.ot T.;-r.ot many p-opl. bat they .v.r
peote-1 in crowd bt-f -r toino;

The machinery lepurtrn. r. :
II n it wa.- la.-r year. Th

-xai ilt. a- u -j i!
Frank Mat hew-'
attention ar. 1 con

. No.
No. :

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N.

Our friend "Header" has come aain
with some more dope on Tom Watson.
All right, Mr. Reader, as soon as the
fair i out of the way. we will "-waltz
you around again. Willie."

The New York gunmen, Gyp th th-Blood,
Blood, th-Blood, Left'e Louie. Whitie Lewis and
Dago Frank has been .sentenced to di di-In
In di-In the electric chair at some time dur during
ing during the week beginning Jan. fith.

The Tampa Times says that the

vice of Florida newspapers will
no more effect on the affairs of
son's administration than a lly

d-

ha ve

Wil Wil-on
on Wil-on a

cartwheel. Just what we were
ing. but it is great fun to indulu
all the same.

think think-e
e think-e in it.

as QZn

other Cocoas, cans 25, 45, UeJw

25c

Hardware

:ij j.b-tf.
t ractir.

urn ail.

Thre arc
the Florida

ti n e

Mari

v-

Mi-s i

Ma.-t.

Mal-

i r.ii-

rn a c b 1 n

r.ree it'-. 1 auto exi.i
Auto ai'-s ). ".a:
. Mr. P.. V. Corel..:;

Sunbeam Com I lakes
3 (or

i Ke

hi :
' also

auto

an 1 s v--ral met
Th- i r : s i a Ti
a fiii- maehine.

a

or.-y.-i-.-Ail
:!

C. L. Sassamon. the young whi! whi!-man
man whi!-man who Is alleged to have swindled
several Micanopy business men, and
who escaped from .Sheriff Smith of Vo Volusia
lusia Volusia county while he was en route to
DeLand, was arrested in Washington
last week and is now In the DeLand
jail.

John T. IJrush, president and owner
of the New York National League
baseball club, was hurried uncon-cious
from New York on his way to the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific coast Sunday, and died near St.
Louis Tuesday on his private car. The
car was detached from a Burlington
train and sent back to St. Louis.

Snowdrift Compound and Wes Wesson's
son's Wesson's Cooking Oil, belter than:
Coltolene, and costs less.
Sunbeam Mince Meat with fine
recipe for Mince Pie, Fruit Cake
and Plum Pudding, IZn
3 packages for 0w
All kinds of Nut and Fruit Cake
Material.
Export Borax Soap, same size
and shape of Octagon and is a

better piece of soap
6 for...

were on tlie .-oui'ri sM of the
n the north sil-, half t'r--vacant.
The Table t'ompany
-ral pianos in a well tilted
partment. over this Mi.-- M,
nor and Miss Annif Iiuri- I".
sided. The-e two i-h j r mi nir v

ii a J I.
spac.

up coin

Mi-s (iiadvs

kin-

It. .1. II. Dunn.
1 ribbon.

l

a .-

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u !. 'j: la

dies. Mi.-s Connor with t:.-- violin and
Mi.-s Perry at the piano, o.-.-a-ionally
wove a web of mush- that their la-ar-
rs found impu.-.-ible to break.
Trie Ciieek-Nt-al Coffee Co. had :t
bootii where Mr. A. L. Weather bee and
his assistant handed out daint v little

-n

lit

: r.a:

-rtair.ly iie of the i
interesting proces-
o-.ir eiy. It was i
bg. First came a
Mrs. Perdue. Mr.
iaivis I''t-.vers and

1 ''it

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BEl-OW we show One of the Six New Models of the Hudson Cars for 1D13.
These Silent Cars will Appeal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The
Cars are now readv for delivery and our Demonstration Car is at Your
Serviee. The prires are F. U. 15. Detroit, and each ear is Fully Equipped uith

lops and Top Roots, Wind Shields, Speedometers. Five Kleetrie Lamp. Electric

Self Starters and Demountable Kims. The Motors have all Working Parts En-
losed and are Absolutely Silent. Call at the Garage lor Demonstration.
WRITE US FOR LITERATURE AND FURTHER PARTICULARS.

7

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Uj.s filled

h tiie dt-liei v.i. -ver-

Sunbeam Oatmeal per
package .-

25c
10c

The ve'eran .-absinin Mr. T. A.
Carroll, lias a department win-re he i i-exiiibitin
exiiibitin i-exiiibitin samples of tiie fertilizer
sold by the American Ari'-ultu ra!
Ch.-niieal Co. A strikin-r f-ature ..f

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dr. s.
a n j
letter
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H.

ers.

t:r- Lief, ac-I:':!-
-Jirls.
. oVerall-
. h w.-r..- the
IV.-nile belles
Kyclesi.iiner.
.am. Virginia
and 1-Ivelyn
; -e ..f t he

rid

The sultan has informed the allies
that he will make peace with them if
they will Rive him back some 40,000
square miles of country that they have
chased his armies out of in the last
four weeks. At the time of his acces accession
sion accession everybody said that th' sultan
wa a conservative old duffer.

Bermuda, where President-elect Wil Wilson
son Wilson Is resting, is naid to be the island
made famous by Shakspere in "Tem "Tempest."
pest." "Tempest." But Prospero's bones rest in
Italy, Caliban is in limbo, and we don't
suppose that Mrs. Wilson would al allow
low allow the shade of the fair Miranda to
mile on the president-fleet in his
dreams.

CAR N

A crowd In Melbourne, Australia,
mobbed a nepro minstrel from Amer America,
ica, America, who they caught walking on the
street with a white woman. We have
seen several negro minstrels ri.i;ht here
In Ocala who we thought should have
been mobbed, and they were not walk walking
ing walking across the color line, either. Also,
some wh'te minstrels.

The Madison county court house at
Madison, Fla., was burned Tuesday
morning as the result of a cigar stump
being carelessly thrown in a pile of
trash during a meeting of citizens
Monday night. The loss is about
000, covered by insurance. All the
county records were saved. The court
house was built many years ago. It
was a brick and stone structure.

At Salem, Mass. Tuesday, "not
guilty" was the verdict of the jury in
the case of Joseph J. Kttor. Auturo
Gdovannltti and Joseph Caruso, who
were tried for the murder of Anna
Lopizzo, who was killed in a Lawrence
textile strike riot last winter. The
trial lasted six weeks, and the entire
country has wondered where the pros prosecution
ecution prosecution ever found any reason for be beginning
ginning beginning the case.

At Gibson, N. Y.. Tuesday, after de deliberating
liberating deliberating for more than sixteen hours,
the Jury in the case of Burton W. Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, charged with the murder of his
client, Mrs. Rosa Szabo, reported that
they could not agree on a verdict.
They were accordingly discharged.
The evidence in this trial has been
among the most contradictory on re record.
cord. record. One witness has d'rectly con controverted
troverted controverted another all the way thru.

-THOMAS
CO.

the display was a ma, of the

with strings leading from the points
I where the different innredi.-nts f the
i fertilizer are mined or manufactured,
i There were a ;;ood many strings, and
ftheir ends were well distribute. 1 ..y-r
the map. Mr. Carroll has been in
jbu.-ine.-s a lonii time and know- ruiu'Cx
'well what the farmers want,
i The cops in the poultry -h..v art
nearly all filled and the exhibit is .-ven
; more handsome than complete. Mr. ii
! Bennett says the exhibit is v.-ii b.-t-i
ter than it was last vear.

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n tue

a!

-.el Ve:... b

around !, r. ma b-
.-hi..:h is a tir'-ie.-s
du:n' animal.-.

I i'y w
ear. 1 f .- !..!-.-it;
- n.e:: f..:l
: '.- r w..rk at.
! : i k.im a o o 1
I'eet !).--...
tary In-; ..-
!!-a!-si,aI. 1 T :.e j
e l by a b IV: ae

iVe

I
like a i
iloor of

handsome dogs
xa.-t ij.it. Mrs. i
ha mpion of the ;

i The woman'. woman'.-i
i woman'.-i filled wi; ii dainty
iN'ot nuii-ii sj.aee is
Davis and her a a-'
' a-' played everything

i a s-e.
i The hort ieult ural

lepartm.-nt i -.v.-U
and useful ar:n-ie-.
left, and Miss Ann;. Ann;.-dstants
dstants Ann;.-dstants liave ili.--to
the be-t advan;-

s'no w

i:

.rt T.
; !na-l
il in a
rest :!!'-

with their well

and n a1. -'.aly look-j
I T'.en a long line of ;
! trade agon.-, all
api.earar.c.
: !- 1 a-oli and Sar.i-

on horseback ;
i ii was clos-
- and gentle- i
bacie--. Mr. j
lis handsome

i .:

' i--v.

1 ar. ::.-. w;
r ot l

- ba. ',. and in
Adams with
another hit.
. it was a :m-
par.fie.

and speeially

inore eomidete than last

PHONE

163

ti!,

tii.

WW

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l.s Illlh il
year. The

orani;es and prapefruit. ferns and
flowers, are excellently arranged and
beautiful to see.
There are llTt'. regi.-teied articles i:i
tiie agricultural departmeiiT. and a?
least 1500 altogether. There are not

as many exliibits as last year, but
they look better.

i The corn exhibit is not
last year, but the corn i

! quality. There may be

i imi.it iiti.i-:i

In tii-- eoTit.-s: for tli.

man rid.-r over i .'. years of
::n 'I'll hi n at the fair ground

bet gentle-

ie tliis
out of

about I 1 cnti jes of good riders and
handsome .v ..idle !..r.-e-. .Mr. j. Mar Martin
tin Martin wa- awarded tiie blue ribbon, rid riding
ing riding Huuh Nic'nols horse. "Wandering

.- large as
of a line

more exhibits

Both Necessary for the
nanksM Sinner
T. W. TROXLER
24 Main Strret
SALES AGENT
for

UYLER

The Star takes pleasure in com commending
mending commending to the business nun of Ocala.
as a good advertising medium, the
December number of the Florida
School Exponent, to be issued about
the middle of the ensuing month. Col.
Appleyard, the publisher, proposes to
make a strong effort to get a large

majority of the teachers and school
officials of the state present in this
city at the annual meeting of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Educational Association, to be held
here Dec. 31 to Jan. 2. He wants the
business houses of tli's elty represent represented
ed represented in its columns. A ureat deal of
money Is turned loose at these yearly
sessions of the state pedamues. and
an Invitation through the olunins of
this publication will be the means of
attracting attention to Oeala s display
of goods. The December number will
contain the full official program.

SO.MK (il)OI)

AYOHDS
roit

tiii: I t ItK

i'l"-"
New
as far

Everybody on this side of tiie world
sympathizes with the Balkan allies in
their war with Turkey, but it isn't out

or piace to do justice to their

ents. The following from the
York World is Interesting, and

as the Star knows history is true.
There is no country of bad men; and
the Turk Is no exception. So many :
kindly words would not be said of I
him in his adversity if he did not pes- j
sess engaging qualities. Missionaries
praise his moderation, merchants his

nonesty, war correspondents bis pa patience
tience patience and his valor.
The trouble with the Turk is not
his personality but his governmental
system, which he inherited, and his
too faithful adherence to a religion

which handicaps progress. His polit- i
leal ideas are those of all the nations j
in the eighteenth century. His cling- j
Ing to the remnants of his rule over j
Bulgarians. Servians and Greeks j
against their will is not morally worse j
than Prussian rule over unwilling j
Poles, or American rule over unwill- i
ing Filipinos, except as a b-ss ef- J
flcient government has given it worse
consequences. The outrages which i

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your name
and address

in exchange for a
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illustrating hundreds
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want.
You can add the names
ot friends if you please.
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Box 175
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j in the agricultural and corn depart-'.,
jments brought in this afternoon. jt

! Tiie Ocala Bumber and Supply Com

pany s building, with everything that
goes into a house" in it. has a mo.-t
interesting and handsome appearance.
In one of the parlor-like rooms, the
Tetley Tea Company has an exhibit.

presided over by Miss Addie Smith, of
Atlanta, a very competent and .it
t r.-i t T i voiin'.- 1 i.lv w'.. ":v. t f

pleasant welcome and a delicious cup

(of tea to ali comers,
i
l Melver A Ma e ICa v's ilisid.iv is a

wonder. Owing to the tire which de destroyed
stroyed destroyed one of their warehouses sev several
eral several days ago, this firm had about de decided
cided decided to make no exhibit. About lo
o'clock yesterday. Vernie lloberts with
a couple of helpers, arrived on tiie
fair grounds, and by 10 o'clock thi thi-morning
morning thi-morning had cleaned out tiie building,
renovated the ceiling.- and walls and
put in a tine display. About half the

ibuilding is devoted to a pleasant and
commodious re.-t room. wh.-r- all the

friends of this big firm are web-om.

The other half is a suite of rooms fur

nished from the .-tore. First, a hand

some library, then a mission furniture
parlor, then a bed room with an ele elegant
gant elegant brass bedst.-ad and inviting look looking
ing looking bed and furniture of uuartered
oak. then a dining room with solid
mahogany furniture mil handsome
glass and crockery and iinally a
kitchen gas range and all necessary
fittings. A look at it would temp: any
uncertain couple into matrimony.
Tiie professor from the univer.-ity
have their tent arranged with evry evry-th'ng
th'ng evry-th'ng for their lectures and are ex

pecting large audiences,
j Tiie live stock show is fine. Marion
: county has reason to be proud of her
! fine horses, cattle and hogs. The judges
were looking at the sto-k and awird-
ing prizes this morning,
j Tiie colored department i- complete
i and well arranged an 1 has m-Tv wh:-:v;.-itors
than colored.
At lohbt. Messr.-. .John Martin. .Jam.
Pyles. W. B. Gallagher. Iveais Ta?.--.
Arthur Cobb. .lames H w. il. Sim
'Igou. C. II. Strickland and Junius
Count-, all handsomely mour.t'-d. ro 1 1-,
, 1-, out on the track, and gave a line .-how
of what Marion county miuht d. in a
russ .-...ir.trv hunt or cavalr ir---.

J-w." Mr. C. B. S:r
ed t he r d ribbon.
ri.K r. ; "),. would

that Ocala
.-a. Idle hor

ckland was award award-as
as award-as th.e second best
not have thought

posse-scl as many fine
es and graceful riders as

exhibition-, of horseback riding of I

yeteroay and today has developed.

Pearl tooth
Gerig's Drug t
an teed. Ad.

brushes are sold at
ores at 2oc. and guar-

Ef LE THEA

MONDAY, DEC. 2
Social Event of the Season

In this Advertisement We will Show from Time to Time, All of the Different Modtls 1
the HUDSON 1913 Line. The Car Shown herewith is the New Model "ZT Touring
Car, Five Passenger, Four Cylinders, and we will tie Pleased lo give You a Demonstrat Demonstration
ion Demonstration if you are Interested. :-: :-: :-: : : ::

R

KMEMBEU that we have the Largest and Handsomest Fire Proof Garage in
the Central Portion of Florida, lii.oOO Square Feet of Floor Space, and
we Care For and Store Cars.

Our Repair Department is the Best Equipped in the City
With Skilled Workmen Who Know Their Business and
the Most Modern Machinery and Tools
A Full Line of Automobile Sundries ol all Kinds in Stock

FL0M1A AH

Phone 76

OCALA, FLORIDA

S. J. Pyles, M(jr.

IRE

i
I

w i: WILIi mail vor si
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest j-rices paid for old Gold, Sil-i
v. r. old Watches, Proken Jewelry and
Previous Stones. Money jent by return
mail.
Phlla. Smelling &. llel inlug CompanT
lhSTAPLI.IlKD 20 YEAHS
s;:t ( hehiuiit M.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Hi DKMIS1
We will buy your Gou Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Jlighest
priees paid. Ad

! DLLLA CLARKE. il
f-SAND COMPANY OfCOMLjANS U

ft' ACOMJDr INFCUS ACTS Tf"J )

Fresh Apalaciiieola oysters at the
Pure Food Market, 2o cents a pint and
j0 cents a iuart.

FLAGGED Tit A IX WITH SHIHT

W i i

THE. eTsTsiT

i F fa A. X XI 3

lliieeM at I he Fair
In -:: la v'- ra '--. L r l

'. J":insin "WTi'jr. II. S-ran
r. w.i- ti. i- w.r,..-r in "..he
mir.iitt- hi--.

.Ma ad V.. Mah--.i:n

litth- :ii.ir w.t, i:i h.e
T1 rut'ti in u r.i i w ;
-.v.i- woj; ":i J"-r i M

l.iuirie once
A .!..
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V t -V ..n i i
Mu- t.d i v:. h
ii-' it; i : h- r. i :"
H;.yv r.tf". :.y t 'V
t "-a :n'!-rs .1 . r.
1"'. h 'W i !. is the r
this af "t-rr.i'-'n :
1 Fir-t r.i. M--"..
P.ir--v. ..."..
1 r.t 1 '; -'
have r.-ver er.tvr-d
h. at -. P... -t two hi
Third ra 2:

Special Reserva'.ion will be
made (or out of toun Patrons
SEATS NOW ON SALE
Prices:
$1.50, $1, Lower Floor
75c, 50c Balcony

Tearing hi? shirt from his back an
Oiiio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but II. T. Alston. Ral Raleigh.
eigh. Raleigh. X. C. once prevented a wreck
i with Electric Bitters. "I was In a
terrible plight when I began, to use
! them," he write, "my stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all badly af affected
fected affected and my liver was in bad condl-
i tion, but four bottles of Electric Bit-
! tors made me feel like a new man." A
trial will convince you of their match matchless
less matchless merit for any stomach, liver or
kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at Ty Typings
pings Typings & Company. Ad.

AND

MULES

Cabbage, collard, ttuce and onion,
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
Store. Ad.

A. MOSE!

General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS and PRODUCE

I am olTcrinu the follottiu snodi,
lo the i holeoale tr.-nlr .nl:

The boys 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
.-tomach and enable it to do its work
T.aturally. For sale by all dealers.--Ad.

I have a full stock of every kind of
itamunition. P.. Gollraan. Why Pay
M..r-- Ad.

I am keeping at my Sales Ham and Lot, on
West Exposition Street throe blocks west of the

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 o h two
weeks and select the
stock in peion and
get the very best.

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it it is one or dozen head ycu need, I have them.

M. el. NICHOLS

LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY

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Kirn; Annies. er barrel ?1.!H.

A rk Imperial pj!e. it IiIiI... I.."0
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C:iic e i riiiilerrie,, t r:it.. i.rl
'-It, er !o-n !iiii-h'
i Jirrol. ;ier eriile l.Tt't
: Pine rimoliaii Turiilis jiri e on
:iiili-:ilin.
i tl.iln&n l.rape. per keu Sl. t in
Hed Oiiiiiai, !lt. :nk l.'J.I
1ell Oiimhio. loo acl I. To
iruinia ( .iltlnmr. -r rale 1 .!"
rn (,rk 'jilil'.-ine. ilnlile -r:ile.. 1.!
leial j: 1 1 -ii iti .ttfii nl
-liipitinu; r'l r. I ruli im-U al al-!:ih
!:ih al-!:ih on haiifl. I -lehti- -o:t. el
loor iiorlh of F"l;-iil.- nt. ":ile o..
North M.iunolia lrcrl. o,itl:i. Fla.

In limp, chilly weather tnere Is al- j
.ay- a Ur;'t demand' for Ballard's j
Snow liniment because many people
who kr.ow by experience Its prf at re- j
1 evi:r power'" in rheumatic aches and j
,.-! :"i. r pare" to apply it at the first!
.'.!-. Pr Cue. and fl per,
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The very acme
ROASTS
CHOPS
SAUSAGE
STF.AKS
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of quality In
POULTRY
BACONS
BOLOGNA
HAMS
had here where qual-

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Uv.-ry f inely that has chillren Is
lla'-.'e to have croup. invariably at
:i:'h:. If r.aliird's Horehoun l Syrup
- kt ; t in th.e hr-u.-. it -aves coin?
r J: -ir.e at an inconvenient ':
.- ar.-l ..'.'. e-.-2:- the attack promptly. promptly.-i'r.
i'r. promptly.-i'r. 2Zc "vc ri-l f 1. S'jM by alii
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s ;:. i i-s ar.'l trunk. Tr.e largest
in "'..! n try, embracing rery- j
..r-'. at G-:iT.ari"s. Why pay Mrre?
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Dm J. T ''-. Sar.ville. Her.ry Co.,,
Ir.-.r.Ia. ray-; "I tr-ok a coil with a-
sh w'. lc i r.un? '-.n for two year?. :
I t-r.ct-i u-ir.? Foley.? Honey
: Tar rr r. r. 1 ai.-3 the COJ2::

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! .--r.t'.-r.s r.o .- piate-. For sale
:-M-.r. .-:'': Drugstore. A-l.

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have marked It have often been turn-
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....vieu u3 cunscripis wno wer.- not.j.y ani close pr.ce3 g0 hanJ

iurKs, sometimes, as m Miss Kii,nju-e will convince you that this Is the
Stone's famous case, by Christian :r-imarke. for you to patronize If you will
refrulars who were fiKhtinS Turks. but graat us lhe triaL rh0Re 10S.
There has been no day In 500 year-i
when worship under the Christian re- j u- MAIl:i. PHOIMlir.TOIl
llglon has not been openly permitted FOIOIKHI.Y EDWAKDV MARKET

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I 'LA C ':l Y."! ORDERS WITH US.
oc.I.. ICi: PAUKINC. CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA I

LOIUM TO Near Mandai in ) Moi ida
Hoar-din; School tor Boy.-. Cor. iu-ol y t!;- Sisteris of St. Joseph.
Boys from Ki-'ht to IVsr-een Years IU :ehf-l, acl Cart-fully Trained on

' ; PJiv.i."i! Tr.ir.1!r,..i'.? -M.r-.l ,.1 C...r.,1 T;,, .. it. t it

!- 't f,-,r the r-rice of a cheap! J liT -JJ --i-'.ai uu-.i -: .m i;:..-. neauiij. xucuiiou. ."lag"
r.. g .Mxan'?. Why Pay More? Ad. j niflcent Swimniin Pool. Corai'iete Kuii-me-iit In Scihoolrootns. Dorm-
I itories. Dining Hall ini Hec-reationHooiu?.

n i i ; K write' us: "I think Fo- Aiily for IroK- tu to the Sitor Superior

:- Ki Jr.f-y Pills one I the greatest
k.lr.i.y n.e-ii; ir.es there is. My daugh daughter
ter daughter w-ti :r. t- rrihle shape with kidney
r 'uh d.r.1 I --'jI her to take it. She
Is c--.rr.;,:e-ely cure! now. I think It
.-tic of the greatest nedicines made."

ill at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad. j ron Stomach Toowblc. and Ccstipaticn

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OC.ALA WEEKLY STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2Gr 1912

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"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
great amount of trouble and red tape.
"It was so easy, I took a dollar out of my pocket (I will not miss
if) and opened an account right there.. They took my signature, ad address
dress address and description and gave me my bank book.
"I felt backward when I 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

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Initial stationery.
Gerig's Drug Stores.

White Clowr Flo ir
our grocer.

Col. II. F. Hoi'. -r-the
exhibitors an-'

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tor.-? at the fair. II- say- all hi?
neighborhood will be hvr- t-ii;-irroiv.

Will (trrnn Train n Friday

j t Koalile IIm Patrons to
1 4 Hearh Home
f; n Fri lay. Nov. -' Children's Day
a it ftir. superintendent S. I'. Hol-
' linruk.' authorizes us to announce that

r-.:;ur passenger Train on me
'ai Northern whicrt leaves Oeala at
:r... will be held here till o p. m..
.ivf the paseneers on the road a

!; e to spend t
f i.r.

afternoon at the

Mr. and Mr-. o M. Eaton of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, ex-residents of ala. werc werc-amoni;
amoni; werc-amoni; the most welcome visitors to
the fair.
Our railroads are giving their men
a Thanksgiving half holiday. Can't
all our merchants do likewise.

t O T LINK THAI
OX CHILDREN'' DAY

Mrs. It. E Martin i i-Eake
Eake i-Eake Weir, the truest
Mrs. Guy Eaton.

Following is the schedule and price. price.-fur
fur price.-fur the round trip train from the north
on the Cons: Line Friday:
Leave Rate

! Gainesville. S:K, a. tn $1.45

j Ftoehelle. S:3i a. m
J.Mie. Junction, 8:30 a. m.

in the ..-itv from!vin-:n. S:.. a. m

.f her ..laughter.

1.20

Mr. YV. E. McGahauin and a lot

other Oklawaha folk.- came up to -e
the fair today.

Hoard man. ':') a. m. .
Mcintosh. f:0."i a. m

i Orange Eake. ::10 a. m.

f Peddi.-k. r.:2) a. m

; Lowell. a. m

! Martin. i:

?.H a. m. ..

I Ken Irii k, 1:43 a. m.

Mi.-s Sallb- Spurlln of Eik- Wei:
the guest of Miss L-,vi- Hain.-y.

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WEATHEn REPORT

Clear, northwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 24 4egTees.
Maximum. degrees.
Avvra. 44 decrees.

WEATHER FORECAST

Generally fair east local rains west
portion tonight or Thursday, warmer
tonight northeast portion.

TAH IMUNTEIt WAST
TO EE THE SHOW

All the Star pr'nters want to go to
the fair Thursday afternoon, so we ex expect
pect expect to put the xaper to press at 11
o'clock in the morning. If you have
anything you want in send It in at
once.

IIVNK WILL OI1SERVE
THANKSGIVING DAY

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(CLEAN ALL)

THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS OF THE KLE-NOL CO. OF MONT MONTGOMERY,
GOMERY, MONTGOMERY, ALA., TO BE ON SALE IN 0CALA
Kle-Nol Scouring Powder
Kle-Nol Scouring Brick
Kle-Nol Laundry Soap
Kle-Nol Mechanic's Soap
Kle-Nol Pink Carnation Toilet Soap
The product of the Kle-Nol Co., are Southern mnrle
'and have proven superior to all others.
A number of prominent citizens of Oeala aie inter interested
ested interested in the Kle-Nol Co., as stockholders, which
alone is a good reason why you should.
Include in your next order to your grower or druggist
one or more of the above.

' Miss Graf- Millia.m
the MtTrir-rir- 'is; -f
l.oui- Ijns.

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Arrive Oeala. 10 a. r

f ill train will It a K-a'i at 3:30 p.
!! Tickets arc li.n:t d to return Sat Satis
is Satis r. la v. N'.jv. 30.

Thursday, Xov. 28th, Thanksgiving
Day, beingr a legal hol'day. the banks
of the city will close for business on
that day.
Oeala National Bank.-
The Commercial I'.ank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.

IMISTOFFICK DRUGSTORES
WILL OHSERVE HOLIDAY

! The Postof.ice Drugstores will close
i tomorrow at 1 o'clock for the aftr aftr-!non.
!non. aftr-!non. re-openintf at dark.

THERE'S NO STRINGS TO AN AGGOONT

At Ihe Oeala Nalional Bank. All checks, dralls, clc,
arc paid on demand Without demur or delay. That
means that depositor's are as much at command as i!
they had the cash in their pocket. : : : : : :
AN ACCOUNT AT TflE 0CALA NATIONAL BANK
However is belter than cash. II is safer. Open one
and yon fcave at once all the advantages of currencv

payments and security that payments by checks afford

THE 0CALA NATIONAL BANK

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CAPITAL FULLY IX $73,000
II. D. STOKES. Cashier.
L. EDWARDS, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP, Vic Pre.

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Ml-. ETHERS IIlORED

Mis-- I-'r.im-.s Vojn.'. a very attr.u-Tv-
yojr. j, l:d frTii I nv-rti'-.--. i t
Ullest 'f Mi.-s HIl;l I :!:'..

( Mrs. A. N. ri..olvin ..f i.. v
Kuest over nif-rht at the ?dclvr
Vliavinic come ui To s-e thv f.ii!

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; FREIGHT OFFICES WILL CLOSE
A ?t.t I'.er of the n any ,r-nu jti;il af- 1
fairs to .. aiver. for Miss Weathers V.il.. FU.. Nov. 27.
h i- t.ik. ti place. This time Mr-. J. K. Editor Star: Thursday. Nov. 2Sth,
ii:tce was the hut.-s at her home on hein Thankst; ivinu Day. the A. C. L.,
F rt Kini; avenue and the following ?;- (- S. W. and O. N. Railway
sj.e, ial friends of the honoree were freight ofrie-s will be closed after 12
th- i;u-.st-: Mrs. 'I nompson. Mrs. o'clock. The public is requested to
I'out-ll. Mrs. It. A. Weathers. Mrs. -overn itself accordingly.

G. VY. Hyd.- is aw.ty on a ou.-ir.ess
trin. He will iirohatdv return a":'.it

tle middle of next w oek. 'ry.-t tl 1 iou ard. Mrs. 1.

Itiver News.
Tlie friends of Mrs. o. II. ll-.-r
Eynne will regret t. l.-arn of h r 'A
ness. which has confined i-er to !i
room for u week.

A ye lit A. C

J. F. Thompson.
I and O. & P. W.

S. Haile.
Aent A. Lw and O. N.

OTI( E, IMII.E WIWERS

Vernie Stevens. Mrs. Richard McCon-
athy. Mrs. Charles Lloyd. Mrs. E. M.

Wood row, Mrs. H.

A. Ford and Miss Emily Stotesbury. (
Ti e were invited to come at three
and on arrival each enjoyed a delight- I

ful .-up of hot tea with a bread and ;
but .-r sandwich. Then the hostess' The winners of the cash prizes in
na.- to each a cup towel -to be hem- t!)e workhorse parade are requested to
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. :r. -it an i initialed. lien that pleas- can on -ns. i m. .-nnui, treasurer oi
Mrs. E. P. Eentx w. nt to Savannah at ta-i was comjdeted the towels t5u Oeala Humane Society, and receive

-r. Mrs. Eittle x pr -sente-i to .miss weathers as a li,e pines. .jis. if. pmiui,

t-, win -i.uvenir of the hai.i.y afternoon and Secretary and Treasurer.

today to visit her -i-for
Thanksgiving. Mr
away until Monday.

O. K. WONT HE OIE.

-i.uvenir of the hapjy afternoon and
u.t'i them were a handsome pair of

em:.roi-),-re 1 towels from the hostess

The little operetta Snowhite" will and a linen table cover bordered with
be tiiven at the Temple Theater Fri- a beautiful crochet edse from the hs- : T5'e patrons of the O. K. Teapot are
dayninht, Ie -. The fa'.i ca.-t 't motlier. Mrs. Thompson. kindly requested to send in their or or-wlll
wlll or-wlll be'iiiven in a few days. Mrs. t'hace assisted by Mrs. Powell ,lfrs tor Th-anks?cIvinR at once. In
. .... .1. rved h e cream, cake, mints and or,,tr tu fittingly celebrate Thanksgiv-
The meeting of Tulul t Lodie last -altcl almonds. The cream was frozen in ail,i -iv' employes an oppor-
niuln. notwithstanding the cold, was i the siiape of pink and white bells, tunity to attend the fair. the store
well attended. Messrs. 1 T. .Ieffco.it slippers, ros. s and hearts, which clev-I wil1 hti closed for the entire day to-
an.l Leon Fishel were -liven the first erly carried out the motif, and iuan-:morrow-
decree in Odd I-Vllowship. titles of the same colored roses were'
attractively arranged in the rooms. DIl. W". K. LAR

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Warner arrived
from Poster. Mich., today, to visit Mr.
Warner's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Jeffcoat.

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DEVELOPER OF
NORTH 0CALA

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SperlallMt Eye, Ear, None and Throat

: Of ace, Iaw Library Eldg. Oeala. Ad.
Mrs. E. M. Howard has issued invita- ;

. tioiis to a morning bridge which she' .11 T RECEIVED
G. Tinker of Mill- will uive on the fifth in honor of her rarload Texas lied Rust Proof Seed
to viit Mr. and cousin. Miss Esther Weathers. Mrs. Oats. SOc. i.er bushel' 12 bushels or

among jniore. T'c per bushel. H. P. Masters

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, arrived from

J'vill spend fair week with Mr?
bauuh's cousin. Mrs. L. Horne.

Howard's t.artie.a are. always

the most beautiful given in Oeala and Co.

and children her friends are anticipating greatly j

yesterday and the morning with her and the charm- i Mr. w. ii Marsh wishes to notlfv bU

Lim- '-ii- nonoree.

P.ernard Koonce aiid Norman Home

in their car

went to Williston today

i';ind will nrin"- Mr-- T. t Iiv..Ti

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IS WELL CHEI FOR

icu-tomers that his market will be
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of Mrs. Mixson's sister. Mr?

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and Mrs. McClymonds
the pleased visitor- at th-

The excellent condition of the horses
m l mules owned by the city was the
ubjec: of much favorable comment

during the work horse parade at thei

were Marion onnty air yesterday after after-fair
fair after-fair .noon. The condition of the city's
; -To, k shows that if stock is well fed

and well cared for, lots of hard wotk

l i .irs. ueorL'e i-. w unams is eniovmg o-je noi mjuie n.
a visit from lier motlu-r and sister from,

TEMPLE THEATER TOMfiHT

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Sj Mr. Wilbur Srnh is here from Tarn-' ;'K"1 music hy an excellent orches orches-Yipa
Yipa orches-Yipa to visit his relatives and see the itra 311,1 three fine reels of pictures will
Klfair. Not onlv it,P M.irion ro,,ntv:make UI the 1-roffram at the Temple

'Fair.

Mr. Joe Powers of Ja k-onvilb- i in

OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN.

the city, visiting his old time friend.
Mr. Ed Dreyfous. These two gentle gentle-i
i gentle-i men have many things to remember in

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Theater tonight. You will find the
theater nice and warm as the big
stoves are up. Doors open at 6:4".
Prices. ."e-Oc. Amateurs Friday.

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For quick signs pamtea while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
stand. Ad.

HO I fiHT A MAXWELL
Ir. Leffers of Coleman has bought
a pretty new model Maxwell roadster
from Mr. Edward Tucker. the local
distributor for the Maxwell cars.

Messrs. I. V, and 1 1. C

their famil'es of Lakeland are in the
city to spend Thanksgiving with their
parents and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac

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X O. Elks, last night. Messrs. .1. M. M, M,-y
y M,-y Porkle and P. J. Thetis of thi- city and
Mr. J. T. Vaughn of Higley. were in in-Alitiated
Alitiated in-Alitiated into the order. Much important
yj business was transacted and arrin-'e-X
Clients were perfectd f.r tiie memorial
i i service, or sesi"-n of sorrow, which
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i AtTOMOIIILE FOR SALE CHEAP

j A four-cylinder, two-passenger car
in first class condition in every respect.
Stevens and (-lua1' for ca:sil- -ri'lv al tni:S office.

LVIMIRV WORKERS
WILL REST THURSDAY

FOR SALE At a bargain, one 30 30-horsepower.
horsepower. 30-horsepower. r.-jassenger touring car;
l'.12 model, only been ued a short
time; as good as new. Apply box .197,
Oeala, Fla. ll-27-d6t wit

Mr. W. M. Martin.yXvho has been so
very sick with fevefx is well enouerh

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now to he out at thyiair grounds and
crank a "o-hi. auto.

J2giK 'Q?w-- JBSS'J
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1M(G BINS BANG!
WHAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
good sport.
We arc Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds ol Ammunition Supplies.
Marion Hardware Co.

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The Oeala Steam Laundry will ob- j

erve Thursday as Thanksgiving Day.

' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M. Eaton leave

i tonight for Oeala. where they go to H.rry Lapham and

Marion t'ounty Fair, and

be entertained by
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Mrs. 1. E. Melver returned home
this afternoon. Monday of last week.

Mrs. Melver. who is the president of!
the Wednesday Morning Musical Club, j

went to Palm Peach to attend the
-tate convention of the Florida Fed Federation
eration Federation of Woman's Clubs. Friday
Mrs. Melver went on to Fulford to be
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.

from there, with

her hostess, she visited Miami and;
M nday most interesting trip into the J
i:v. rglades was highly enjoyed. I

Mr. Kirkland. of the firm of Kyle &

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who have the great drainage

It is a pleasure to tell you that

y Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the

best cough medicine I have ever used."
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavon Lavon-ia,
ia, Lavon-ia, Fa. "I have used it with all my
children and the results have been
highly., satisfactory." t or sa'.e by all
dealers. Ad.

rop ct on Heather Island,
od.iy vi-it the fair.

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For the Bowels

A Cure for Chronic Constipation, Torpid Liver
and Irregular Bovvc! Movements.
Constipation is the most common disorder of the boweis. It
affects both sexes and all ages but is more prevalent among
women because their duties In the household require less physical
exercise than the occupations ct men; therefore 'women suffer
most from its baneful effect i
A constipated person is an easy victim when exposed to any
tcrlous disease Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever. Malaria, Rheumatism,
fcmall Pox. Yellow Fe'er and Dright's Disease grather their annual
harvest of death, among: thoso who are habitually constipated.
Even though they escape these diseases, such persons are always
cdllng1 more or less. They have headaches, bad digestion, dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, virtigo (blind staggers), sallow complexion, flatulence. lo?3
cf strength; and no energy at all. Ilerblne has a most admirable
tffect In the bowels; it Is cooling, purifying and regulating. It
puts a prompt ckeck on biliousness, wind in the bowels, nervous nervousness,
ness, nervousness, heartburn, bad breath, low spirits, drowsiness in tho day daytime
time daytime and nervous wakefulness at night.

Mr. Nathan 5j11:i:.
rnoon for hi- fpi'.ire
Mr. told man ha- h:;
-ood- there, where hi
stand, and expect- to

ti left tils aft-h'-me
Miami.

Mr. and Mr.-. J. Phillips will leave
-. morrow f.jr their future home in
Ja ksonville. They are shipping their
' ', .old g...ods today. Mr. and Mrs.
p:;ii;:p- ar- leaving a great many
fn-r.d- :1ere who will be sorry to know
'.it they have gone to make their
h '.' el-eWh.el-f.

T. E. Atkinson. .-. y
from Ietro:t. Mi. h.. w
lay nicht by the ::
stealing a wateh an i
Jim Janu-s. Mr. Jan

sheriff- ofrice of
asked Mr. f. .'.1-..
watch, and it wa
kinsun a'tetni-t'-.j
tu !;im. He w a.-

had tireTl giVeii t:.
.tiiot!;er mar.. A -chain
with it. I'
Weh t do !-, t o ;
Seaboard, an 1 f
trunk. He was g
terday befcre 1 ".: 1.
ed to jail t" awa
gr.ir.l j".r- ::: -let

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fro tv. Mr.

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Mr. J i'!irke Greiner of 'itra was in
Town today. Mr. Greiner i- .-lowly re-

verh;g from a sevei
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attack of se!a-

Etta Faglie and Eileen Mar Martin
tin Martin of Silver Springs were at the 0:ala
H vase l i-t night.

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L. Wright and wife and Mrs. R B.
h worth of Istachatta were at the
i iio ;-e last night.

.1 Mrs. Louis W
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Duval left

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Prico 50c per Bottle.
JAMZS F. RALLAX9 PROPWQR

ST. LCU13, MX

For Weak SlKht or Sore Eye ce Stephen Eye Salve.

JSclpAno HicowmtnoidB
ALL. DRUGGISTS

It core.

For rheutTtatlc : tir 1
' rub the parts affe-te i
. i'RoriiYi.ACTic ri.r::
i the rlesh and r-l:rvc -j
throat, gargle with t:
! with water. For :.-sh

scalds, or s-.-res. app-J'

wound. It heais 'iUi-

cramp, colic or dysentery take it
ternally in water. Trice 30 cents
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.

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I t nder e-llon of hnplrr
I.n f Florida.

re'y given t-.a- .-nntr.er
.try. purcha-er of tax
::.!. dated the -r.-l day
"'ec'. ; -i :";e i s.-.i i cer-
ftt.e. and has male ap ap-i
i ap-i deed to :ssj- in ac-

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The said 1-in 1 b-:ng
ite of t-.e i:----aanc of
in the name of Tom

I I'rles.- sail certif.cate shall '-
. r- ?--r-m-i ac-.-.rdir.g to law. tax 1
v.;: - ti e ther on or. the 2Sth day of
a I- T.b-r. A. P. .')2.
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-Jerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

Victor-Victrolas and Records, Strings
for all String Instruments, Sheet Music
and Music Books.
During Fair Week we will sell New
Pianos as Low as $173. New Organs
as Low as $35.
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

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No. 3 North Main Street

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OCALA EVESISG STASL IVEDXESDAY, SOVEMBEft 27, 1912

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

THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

Call up Phone 390 and Let
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AND ELECTRICAL WORK

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

Ah we emptor none hut epertH we are In illoii to ten n ranter ev every
ery every pleoe of work we -ont i-ih-i to Miami the limpectlon of the iiiomS
rlKld Innpei'tnrN. It eonU nothing to teet our Hnure. ami yon nre the
winner, whether we e-ure the -titrnf or not. lilve n a trial.
H. W. TUCKER

FKT KING Ill.OCK
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EAUTIFUL BEDS I

I We have One of the
in the State, Without

kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark dark-green
green 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 onr
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
; THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
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OCALA LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
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Jobbers and Dealers in Everything in
Building Material, Including the Following:
Lumber
Lath and
Shingles,
Brick,
Lime,
Cemenf,
Plaster and
Sewer Pipe,
Asbestos and
Rcflal Roofing,
Corrugated Iron,
Metal Shingles,
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mantels,
Grates,
Tile,
Upson Board and Beaver Board.
MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS
No Order loo Large or None loo Small for Prompt Atienlion
ards, Warehouses, Mill and Business
Offices on S. A. L A. C. L and Ocala
Northern Tracks.
PHONE 223 OCALA, FLA.

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OCALA, FLORIDA
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Excepting any Firm.
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We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the

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The Root
of Evil

By THOMAS DIXON
Copyright, 1911. by Thomas
Dixon
CHAPTER XI.
The Lamp of Aladdin.
THi: clouds of the panic slowly
lifted and the sun bepran to
shine. A fearless officer of the
law had struck a blow for jus justice
tice justice that marked the betrinniny of a
new era of national life. Slowly but
surely the prices of stocks bean to
mount.
Incidentally a corner in wheat was
suddenly developed, and tlie price of
bread rose 1M per cent. P.ivens wan
found to be the mysterious power be
hind the deal, and before the old t
timers in the wheat pit could marshal j
their forces to crush him he cloel out
his holdings at a profit of five millions.
The little financier awoke next morn morn-ins:
ins: morn-ins: to find himself the most famous
man in America. His picture now ap appeared
peared appeared everywhere and all sorts of
writers I??an to weave marvelous sto stories
ries stories of his achievements.
Nan was insisting again that lie make
Stuart an offer to become his associate
in business.
"Tin sure he will consider your offr
now."
Bivens looked at her a moment curi curiously
ously curiously and she turned her eyes away.
"U'hy do you think lie has changed
hi- attitude toward me?"
"From something lie said. That mob
has written a question mark before his
life."
"lly (Jeorge." he exclaimed, his black
eyes sparkling. "It may be issib!e.'
You'll try?" Nan sked eagerly.
"I'll not try I'll do it.
"I've an enemy somewhere among
the fallen." Uivens went on musingly,
"who is dying hard. In spite of the
fact that I have unlimited res nines,
this man is constantly circulating re reports
ports reports about the soundness of my
finances. He uses the telephone
principally and he has started two
run on my bank within the past
month. Another is pending. I'm go going
ing going to ask Jim to preside over an in investigation
vestigation investigation of my resources in the
presence of a dozen newspaper re reporters."
porters." reporters." Nan stooped and kissed him.
When Stuart reached linens' new
offices in Wall street he was amazed
at their size and magnificence. The
first impression was one of dazzling
splendor. The huge reception hall was
trimmed from floor to dome in onyx
and gold.
Stuart li'Mlded to a group of reporters
waiting for tit chance of a word with
the great man. "Looks like a full
house, doesn't it?" he said.
"They've been here for hours." said
a reporter. "There are a senator, three
member of the house of representa representatives,
tives, representatives, an ambassador, the governor of
a Chinese province, a Japanese prince
and a dozen big politicians from as
many states, to say nothing of the
small fry."
"Well, 1 have an appointment with
Mr. Bivens at this hour."
"Iteally!" the reporter gasped. "Then
for heaven's sake give me a chance at
you five minute-; before the other fel fellows.
lows. fellows. Ileniember now, I saw you
first!"
He was still pleading when Stuart
smilingly drew away and followed one
of Bivens' secretaries.
Bivens came forward to greet him
with outstretched hands.
"I needn't say I am glad to see you.
Jim. How do you like my new quar quarters?"
ters?" quarters?" "Absolutely stunning. I had no idea
you cultivated such ceremonial splen splendors
dors splendors in your business."
"Yes. I like it," the financier admit admitted
ted admitted thoughtfully. "I don't mind con confessing
fessing confessing to you on the sly that it was
Nan's idea at first, but I took to it like
a duck to water."
In spite of Stuart's contempt for the
mere possession of u-oney. in spite of
his traditional contempt for Bivens an
tecedents. character :nd business meth methods,
ods, methods, he found himself unconsciously
paying honingeo the power the little,
dark, swart ny figure today incarnated.
Bivens had become more dilliculi of
approach and carried himself with
quiet, conscious price.
Stuart was scarcely prepared for the
hearty, old fashioned cordial way in
which he went about the business for
which he had asked him to come.
"Now. Jim. this is your day; those
fellows out there in the reception hal!
can wait. You and I must have the
thing out man to man. heart to heart.
You can talk plainly and I'll answer j
squarely. j ;
"I've got a proposition to make to
you. so big you've got to hear it. so big j
you can t get away from it. because 1 1
you're not a fool. You're a man of gen-
ius. There is no heiuht to which you
cannot climb when once your feet are
on the ladder And I'm going to put
them there."
The assurance in Biveus' voice and
the contagious enthusiasm with which
he spoke impressed Stuart.
Biveus was quick to recognize it and
strike at once.
"Before I present my plans I want
to i-how you that I can make gM-d my
word. I have caused these reporters to
be sent here today fur ihe purpose of
giving the widest publicity to the f.f t.
about my fortune. Another rt: i Las
Iteen planned tomorrow on one of my
banks. I have placed my money and
securities in the next room, so arranged
that you can verify my statements, and
at the proper moment 1 shall ask these
reporters into the place and let them
se- tih their own eyes. There can be
no more rumors in Wall street about
my nnanciai status t'or. e in here."
livens ie.l the way into the room
bevond. which was the meeting place
of the directors of his many corpora corporations
tions corporations .:ti...: t had scarcely passed the door

j an::i.'ii.e;it In t !: ?i'vr of tLe rp.u j
: o!Fi.-e wy ;i !2'it ht-M h:tn j
j bo;ml. An immense -rinjlion v. 1
j tahV. six wi-ie :it:.J fifty feet in
i length tiilfi t .iv it titer On It th wiz
arJ h:ii ii;i't.i i,; fortune cf niiieTr j
! mi!!i -ns of 1. 'liars Twenty millions j
j were in !:. it heavy weizht sustain
; el ly extra stanchions The coin. ttjv
j r.an-Ltiy ail new from tlie national
i mint, was r.refnlij arrange! aronn-1 f
j the e-l-es of the ta'!e in a solid bul- I
wark two feet blh.

I'.ehin.l tliis gleaming yellow pile of ;
crol'l he h:;l pi a "- 1 his stwks anl
b'n ls each pile showing on its tup j
layer th rich irreen. cold or purple
color? of its issue, each pile market! i
with a
ta;
hih its total
amount The 'effect was stunning
Bivens approached the table softly j
and reverently, as a priest approaches
the h)'zh altar, and touched the gold j
with the tips of his slender little j
fingers.
"I've just begun" J
"You've just begun?" Stuart inter-
rupted laughingly. i
"Yes. you'll understand what I mean
before I've finished the day's work."
"But why?" the young lawyer asked i
passionately. "Such a purpose seems
On it t!-e '.V 7rr Had Placod His For For-tur.e
tur.e For-tur.e of ninety Millions.
to me in
tiou the
view this stunning revela revela-s!.ci
s!.ci revela-s!.ci re-t inf inity. Life, the
one p; i- eii
- ii:::!ir we possess, is too
slior; 1
through a i
i s,.,. you shoveling eoal
'.nitv"-
But I pp 'n to le going to the
other pine-." Bivens broke in good na nature;
ture; nature; i!y
Stu nt looked ;;t the pile of gold a
moment and then at Bivens anil said
slowly :
Well. if yon do get theri Cal.
there's one thini: certain, the angels
will all have to sleep with their pocket
books unib r their pillows."
Bivens' eyes sparkled and a smile
played about the hard lines of his
mouth In ; i 1 1 of its doubtful na
ture he enjoyed the tribute to his
financial genius beneath the banter of
his friend's joke With a gesture of
conscious dignity he turned to the j
table and quietly said: j
"You will find on this table exactlv j
.0O.(K)(i.(N Within an hour you can
exam'.ne each division of coin, stocks
and bonds and bear witness to the
truth of my assertions. I'm going to
close that doo- and leave you here for
an hour
"Alone v. ih all that?"
"Oh. there's only one way out." Biv Bivens
ens Bivens laughed-"through my little recep
tion rom. ami I'll be there. I'll meet
some of the gentlemen who are wait waiting.
ing. waiting. When you are satisfied of the ac accuracy
curacy accuracy of my account, just tap on my
door and I'll join you immediately. Do
the inspection carefully. It's of grave
Importance. I shall cal! on you as a
witness by and by before that group
of newspaper men
When Stuart had satisfied himself ol
the (1 curacy of !:e count, he stood
gazing at tiie queer looking piles of
yellow metal and rii-i.ly tinted paper,
stunned by the attempt to realize the
enormous power over men whi- b it
represented. When the huge pile
should thrill with life at the touch of
the deft fingers of the master who
could grasp its stunning force in hn
man affairs, who could tell its possj
biiities?
The age of materialism tud dawned,
and the nw age knew but one god.
v. !e.' iemp iv a 'c. market p'ace
A wave of oitr!iie swept his s.,irjt.
and f-T t!..'
the !;.:'(-
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; ti'Ue he .jijes?j,ine,J ir
o- -r.t '.vhelher Le
iu iife n!y for ;:
i.:in c f -! it g p".sel
if.- e ..,-' ;.'- a ene ot
! ...!!:' .g.-.;:ist I':i-r! a:;d
V t 'i U..' i.ti e u a: tl.;.
-:U j ; ...! ed III t!':" door
: c i i;- -t r;us f : t !;.
n-.-'ii. ;..
and m
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figure
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! Con 'nutd ToT.orroT'
e our.ty.
y of ToL-!o. s-s.
I Frank J. C.er.ey makes oath that
lis M-n'or j.arrr.er of ir.-? f.rm of F
Ci-.f r.ey .v .jolr.- business in
! cit v ef i ole-i. cj-jr.tv and state a
far;
! -a: i.
ml tha: sj.;.i firm will pay the
-f jne Hur. Ir- i lollars for each!
ar. 1 evi-ry ca-e of catarrh th'U cannot
h- care 1 by the us of IlallS Catarrh I
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
rswvrr. j before me ar.d subscribed;
in my ; rsor.o, this St:, day of De- ;
ct-mbtr. .. E. A. V. Gleasor.. j
'.s"-al Notary Public.
Hall' Catarrh Cure is taker, intern-
ally ar. I a a-an
an a-an i mucous
directly upon tr.e oiood -surface-?
of the system.
t-r.timor.ial free.
J. Cher.ev & Tolelo. O.
F.
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Family Pills for constipation. Ad
Hall'
ba?e
tan:-; leading varieties:
Early Jersey WakeneU. Early Summer,
Early Flat Dutch. Collard Plants, ready
r.jw. Orier r.j-.v. Jl.iS per 1000: 53.000.
T. W. Fowen A: San. Waldo, Fla.
Ec
i it our line or box stationery j
making your purchase. Most ;
r.g you -a-ant can be found at
Pharmacy. Ad.
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Dear Sir:

Please notify the public and especially the boys and girls, that
I have shipped to the New Racket, Oalas cheapest store, a complete line of
Xmas and Holiday goods, Toys and Dolls of every description antf kind and also
all kinds of goods for gift presents for the grown up people. I hope you have
had some opened up for their inspection. Please have my post office in place,
not later than November 25th, so as the boys and girls can leave their letters tell telling
ing telling me what they desire me to bring them. You will please take charge of all
letters left in my postolHce. I will let you know the exact day I will arrive in
Ocala to take charge of my post office, and Headquarters at the

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Yours Respectfully,
OLD SANTA CLAUS
P. S. This Paper Will Notify You of His Arrival.

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
More? Ad.
POllTH UICO'S XEW WONDER
From far away Porto Rico come re reports
ports reports of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Kanion 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 $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. 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 Pay More? Ad.
FRESH SEEDS
We have the new crop of gardea 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 Tydings
dings Tydings & Company. Ad.
I make the most liberal loans on all
articles of value. B. Goldman. Why
Pay More? Ad.
"There could be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My
children were all sick with whooping
cough. One of them was in bed, had
a high fever and was coughing up
blood. Our doctor gave them Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the first
Jose eased them, and three bottles
cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
all dealers. Ad.
Diamonds on credit to persons with
satisfactory references, at B. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
FOR SALE
The following varieties of fine cab cabbage
bage cabbage plants: Wakefield, Henderson's
Success and the Flat Dutch. Call or
ordr by mall. Address. C. Carmichael.
Ocala, or T. L Bowers, Silver Springs, j
Fla. 11-1-lm
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Goln? hunting? Have no gun? Do
not worry. Come to me; I'll rent you
one. B. Goliman. Why Pi.y More? Ad.
TV o r.rn .1 a f.n r--r c A : t rt -r.t-rcona w5th
rhone the Court Pharmacy for quick
and accurate prescription service.
Telephone -6. Ad.
Don't waste money ty nuylng
strengthening: plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Damp Dampen
en Dampen a piece of flannel with it and bind
it over the aflectei parts and it will
relieve the pain and soreness. For
;ale by all dealers. Ad.
Go to the Ora:a t;eeJ Store for fresh -,
seeds. Ad.
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u-ei Foley's Honey and Tar Compound i .IAKQONll IF" PI A

and f ound it a most excellent prepara-
tion. In fact, it suits my case better j
than any cough syrup I have ever used ;
and I have used a good many, for I am j
r.oTV over seventy years old." Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

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A First Class, 50 Acre Farm, Close to Ocala,
Will be Sold Cheap. All Implements, Cows and
Horses. A Big Bargain for Some one.
SEE US AT ONCE, IF INTERESTED

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WE have for Sale some First-Class Improv Improved
ed Improved Hurt Oats, at Our Place at Oak, Fla.
32 Pounds per Bushel. Price $100 per Bushel.
Orders Filled Promptly. ADDRESS,
HOWELL GRIGGS
OAK, FLORIDA

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FLORIDA'S URGES! Hi

The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
THE HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE
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