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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Full Text
UNO
FURNITURE
It
FURNISHINGS
For All oi the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
Tlieus-Zacliry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA. Ki.oKIPA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1912.
XO. 154.
THE FURNITURE UZS

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liiANKSGIVING
IN THE WOODS

U
UI'.ANITES need not think
tlu-.v are the only persons who
have a 1 time on Thanks Thanks-rivin
rivin Thanks-rivin day. for if they could
iuio tlit activities of the i?o-
I'll!
h- nil tin- I anus and see linw tliey ol ol-M
M ol-M ie the holiday it would not be sur
riiny if just a tiu'e of envy should
! im lil lfil.
'I'liaiiksivint; day on the farm is a
fJav t fMtivity and jotlilication. It is
a LM iMiiue product of enjoyment. ie
I't-iiiU-iit sometimes largely upon comli comli-tioiis
tioiis comli-tioiis t tlie weather and upon tlie nat natural
ural natural facilities provided for enjoyment,
and it is entirely unadulterated with
tin more modern and perhaps super
firial Cit least from a rural He's view viewpoint
point viewpoint oiitrivam es for entertainment
whir h the ity affords. If a nation
can l.e judged by the manner in which
its n.ilioiiiil holnhtys are observed the
character of the people who inhabit the
country and the city can be determined
by the application of the same rule.
I'toliahly tlie majority of t he men
folks on the farm turn their thoughts
to limiting on Thanksgiving day. The
ip.-titit to go out on Thanksgiving
mi. ruing and shoot a turke.x for tin tin-holiday
holiday tin-holiday fea-t is still quite strong In the
average ruralite. although the birds
have heroine few in number. There
are comparatively few places now in
the Cnifed States where a hunt re
Milts in the capture of a turkey Those
food old days when people did int
need to consult the market price of tur
key when planning their Thanksgiving
feast have gone by. ami even on the
farm some thought is given to the
market price of the fine young gobbler
before It is decided to serve him up
for the holiday dinner instead of ship
ping him to the city market.
Hut the larder of the provident faun
family is generally well tilled, and per perhaps
haps perhaps less thought is direct d to the
Thanksgiving dinner as to the manner
of sport and enjoyment that can he
obtained out of the day. Fowls of
home kind are always to be found in
abundance about the barnyard, and
the preparations for the dinner re
quire but little time once when a de
cision is made as to what the mean
shall consist of. And "butchering time'
has just passed, and in the cellar or
the smoke house are plenty of possi possibilities
bilities possibilities that would make the mouth of
an urbanlte water.
So thoughts turn to the field and for
. i
est for a day's hunting. And it seems
to l about tiie only day in the year
t. 1.. . .1 l 1
urn ueariy eeij ixiau auu ooy ohi
enough to handle a gun goes hunting
The fanner will let the hunters from
the city hang about all over his farm
during the early part of the season,
when game is plenty if it ever is but
he will keep right ahead husking hi
corn, baling his hay. hauling in pump pumpkins,
kins, pumpkins, etc.. until Thanksgiving day
comes around. Then lie gets the hunt hunting
ing hunting fever.
There is no work done on Thanksgiv Thanksgiving.
ing. Thanksgiving. It would be almost a heathenish
act not to take the day off." no mat matter
ter matter how urgent the farm work may be
If there
IS
snow on Thanksgiving it
day in paradise for the
la a
regular
NEARLY
EVERYONE HINTS
UIVINU.
ON THANKS-
men and boys, for then it is quite an
easy matter to track Mr. P.unuy to his
hiding place and chase him out to be become
come become a target for the hunters. The
rabbit being about the only kind of
game that cannot be exterminated, but
sticks like the faithful dog wherever
space is el eared away for a home in
the forest, it is the most common game
that is hunted on Thanksgiving. Al Although
though Although there is often about one hunter
for every rabbit, this does not seem
materially to diminish the sport, for
after the day is over those who are
short in their string of game take con- i
solation in the fact that they "had a
good time anyway."
Aside from rabbit hunting, there is
other game to be found iu most conn
try districts, sin-h as pheasants and
quail. Hut whether all this game has
been killed earlier in the season by
professional hunters makes little dif difference
ference difference to the people in the country,
for they will have their annual hunt
on Thanksgiving day at any rate. It
is an annual custom with them, and
the woods and fields constitute a sort
of Mecca to which they make their vis visits
its visits as regularly as the holiday comes.
Hut with it all the Thanksgiving din
ner Is looked forward to with a sort of
primary importance that indicates that
the farmer and the resident of the city
are not ko much unlike in their holiday
Inclinations after all.
Double barrel hammerless guns,
Remingtons, for the price of a cheap
gun, at Goldman's. Why ray More? Ad.

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THANKSGIVING THOUGHTS.
Most newspaper men will ad admit
mit admit 'that besides furnishing goad
stories for the front page around
Thanksgiving the turkey also
makes good inside matter.
Those who knifed Caesar
claimed they loved him. The
turkey is a bird Caesar in that
those who love him best are apt
to be the first to cut him.
Americans are born parliamen parliamentarians.
tarians. parliamentarians. Even at dinner on
Thanksgiving day so.nsbody will
take the chair, and then the cook
will move that the turkey be laid
on the table.
"De mortuis nil nisi bonum" is
Latin that at this season may
be translated, "Of the dead say
nothing but good in the presence
of their bones."
A THANKSGIVING COUP.
How Puqsley Repelled Advance of His
Mother-in-law.
"Perhaps ienetal (J rant was more
actively inhospit.-i ble than I am. and
possibly (I. Washington shrank from
the duties of host with greater skill."
said Pugsley. with a self rongratuia rongratuia-tory
tory rongratuia-tory grin, but I ran boast some vir
tories in that line myself.
"You see." lie continued, "my wife
derided that it was tip to i.s to have
the family fr Thanksgiving dinner
this year. Did I oppose the appalling
proposition? I did not. Did I comfort
and enrourige her in her nefarious
scheme to introduce discord and strife
Into the bosom of my home? I did
What's the use of war when diplomacy,
will land a solar plexus?
"I aided and abetted her with the
utmost enthusiasm and liberality. Did
she think a fifteen pound turkey would
do? I insisted upon a thirty pounder
Did she calculate that two chickens
would make enough salad? I decide I
that six were barely sufficient. Did
she figure on a gallon of ire cream? I
wouldn't be content with less than
I INSISTED UI'ON A THIRTY POUNDER.
double that quantity, and so on all
through the menu Wherever she pro
posed to spend a dollar I immediately
insisted upon spending at least two.
: "Of course she knows all about my
! affairs, and I could M?e that she was
; getting uneasy and frightened as she
j saw how lavish and extravagant I was
j determined to be. So I promptly boost boost-!
! boost-! ed my reckless prodigality several
1 notches higher. Still she didn't back
' down. It was getting pretty near time
J to do the inviting, and I was des des-i
i des-i perate.
"So 1 told her to run into the city
and piik out fresh paper for the hall j
and dining room. That pretty nearly
' brought her down, hut still she wav-
ered. probably on account of wanting
them so badly. So 1 added that while
i she was at it she should get a new
carpet for the parlor and a new set of
dishes and see the florist about send sending
ing sending some men out to decorate.
"That fetched her. though it was
pititul to see that heroic woman's
struggle between what she knew was
her duty and her desires. Hut she
knew that our mortgage was getting
clamorous, and she told me so. I was j
firm. 1 told Ler that if we were going!
to do it at all we couldn't let the fami
ly go away saying how shabby we j
were and what a failure 1 must be. I
"Tll-lt- ittlil If Tim r..
visit us at the glad Thanksgiviug time,
and we ate in peace.
"No; maybe I couldn't win the heavy
weight championship or capture the
city of Xew York single handed, but
I can keep the invader out of my hum
ble domicile all right." Philadelphia
Press.
A Thanksgiving Centerpiece.
" Try to have your Thanksgiving table ;
and everything that is served look at-
tractive, even if the bill of fare is to
be simple, and try to have something
uew this year. If you can take time
to arrange a centerpiece it will pay
you. A tiat oval basket resting upon
a high wire frame is tilled with moss. 1
the frame being concealed by wild j
grape vines. (Jolden pears and pink
and white grapes are piled high in the
basket and fine clusters of grapes
wired to each end. At the base purple
pink and white grapes are heaped on a j
mass of 'eaves. I
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REMEMBER THE HYPHEN.
Would, It not be well for those
who have been blessed with an
abundance to make this division
of the day:
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; Just received at Little's Shoe Parlor,
a late shipment of four-button Oxfords
in gun metal and patent leathers. Ad.

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ONE WAY OF GETTING
CIDER FOR THANKSGIVING
The unusual spertarie of a i-eiebrat-ed
llostoa li ii:e di-int: s i,;ry duty
with a musket on his shouider in f"':it
of wis own 'r--i.lrr.ee u T!i; !)!.--:h i.'
nioruiim and a!! for the iuip-se of
getting a ilrin'.i 1 Thanksgiving rider- j
is worth leealling. eeu altera lapse of i
lo.' years. j
Dr Mather P.yles. a Puritan clergy-
man. horn in Host on iu 17r, owed his j
fame lo his wit and practical jokes as
mil' h as tu his pulpit ability In No- j
vetnher. 1T7T. he was arre.-ted as a j
Tory and sentenced to coiitinemeiu in
his own home A military guard was
stationed aruud the house with in
stru'tions ii'H to permit Dr. P.yies to
leave home under any eiivumstam es
On Thanksgiving m'Tuing the s: .id ;
old Puritans of the arrested minister's!
I tlo:-k were .surprised to see their pastor ;
himself paring up ami down before his
own front door with a musket on his
shoulder The regular sentry had dis dis-appeaied.
appeaied. dis-appeaied. and Dr. P.yles was doing sen
try duty in his stead
"You see." Dr. Hyies explained. "1
liuo rml I )w villi' t'e tii liit ttiti ik .lit tit t
I
procure some rider with wldeh my
family and I might celebrate Th inks
iving day lie would not permit me

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to leave th house. So I proceeded to
argi e the point with him. and he has
now gone to get the cider for me on
condition that I shoulder his musket
and keep guard over myself during his
absence."
Ye Goodlie Pumpkynne Pyc
Thys World- is fulle of OooJlie Thynces
To 1 id'l; Marine thioughe A: throuh
& so:;.- be im-aat for Kyngs & Queenes
soiix; l'H I'ooie Foike too.
Hare Fruite is liroiiKhte from Heathen
L- sold ;it Prices hyghe,
Uut fuo.l of foods. i:t-are to all handf-s
Is y jollie Pumpkynne Fye
Now. make you notte ye Pye of Squash.
F.t that i Countorfytte.
And 1 Fxi M.-e m-e. but by Gosh!
I wille have in. Hi of it!
& he that makith it of Taste
Of '1 t: i n y f'pe haae him hyghc!
So fare ad Kii:u'i-s wlio spoyle ye taste
(;f goodlie- I'iuupkynne i'ye
N'fr p :t ye Pt yos in ye Pye
Ye c'lovcs. ye (lyngtr dust.
Nor AMsypei : those who do so. Fye!
Tin y break a sacred trust.
See that ye Dough be Mightie Goode
Tempi ynge- to yo Fye.
For thys will make you clioose for Foode
Ye goodli Fumpkynne Pye.
Hut l' tte it have ye Savor Sweete.
Brought in ye Autumn Morne.
When (Jentylle F.reezes come to greete
e vyues among ye corne.
& let it showe ye honest Golde
TV.nt hnpny nesse ran buy
Ye oin of joye &. peace untolde
Withynno ye Pumpkynne Pye
Ch!cago Post.
Jewelers' Journal

nUUOt HAl uuun

II INK," said the minister's lit little
tle little wife, "of -eating eggs for
a Thanksgiving dinner I"
lue Kev. Ko:ert uean
suuiiei down i:no her vis;fu: eyes.
"it is strange." Ler husband mused,
"that somebody hasn't invited us to
dinner."
'Weil.
course thev don't dream
how hard i p we are." Mrs. Kean mur mur-mj'iv.l.
mj'iv.l. mur-mj'iv.l. "a:: 1 e:ich tn.' th'-oics the ether
has asUe'.l us."
in tlie days that followed uo one
woiil.l have imagined that the mii-d of
the trim and smiling littl? minisur's
wife was -.jiistantly distracted by the
problem f feeding four huncrry people
on a lew !o!!;rs.
"I can't 1. ;ve turkey." said little -Mrs.
Kean stoutly, "and tliat stttie it."
iiut it was harder to deny the "kid
dies."
"Xu. d::.rs," t!ie little muther said,
"we can't have a feast this year. But
we are gi;n; to be thankful just the
same."
The ehi! lieu lo.ktd at her seriously.
"I don't see an;, thing to le thnr.kful
for." sail Dudley, the big ioy of
twelve. "What ran the Lord txie t if
he doesn't give us a turkey"
"Oh. my dear!" was his mother's
shocked reproof. Cut 11 ; tie Marion
piped v. I "in just V'j'.ig to he th:Mk-
ful and th.inkful and thankful and ask
the I.rd to end us the turkey any anyhow."
how." anyhow." Mrs. Kean teM her hushan I of the
comments. "Poor dears." she sighed;
"they don't understand the blessed less
of giving."
"Th'Te are some older people who
don't understand." said her husband
wearily. "Look at our neighbor next
door. Never a penny does lie give for
the poor, and lie has riches that he
can't count
Hut the diil gentleman across the way
was not worrying about the opinion of
his nei'ldiors.
"Marv." he.s.tid to his cook the night
before Thanksgiving. "rMk lue an old
fashioned diimei tomorrow, turkey and
all t he fixings."
r.ut fate had decreed that no tur turkey
key turkey and Iiiiirs should l e served in the
house nf the ri h old gentleman, for
Thanksgiving morning he suffered an
attack of gom that kept him tied to
his bed. with stnet orders from the
doctor as f. diet. No orders, however,
having been given the rook, she pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to rook the dinner.
The aroma of it c.ine up the stairway
and ti l;!cd the nostrils of the rich old
gent lei. i.i n.
"Just my luck." he grumbled, "not
to he able to eal it," and he sat up in
bed to ri: u his little bell and to order
all the doors shut to keep out the tan
talizing smell.
The moement brought his eyes on a
level with the window, and he looked
straight across into the dining room of
the minister"?! little t!at.
Listlessly his eyes rested on the
group; then suddenly he leaned for
ward and scanned the table. In front
'it's i :i
v. Ax.'
THE irNTI.FMN ACHOSTUE
mi; cow ; i LAiNti).
of the Ilev. lloblic was a d.'ep dish
from whi. li he was erviu spooufuis
of sonic yeiiow sultauv.
"I'.y 1 1 i -murmured the old
man. it's ir rainllel eru" and
on Thaiik'-'iviiiy! Why in the name of
fill Hint's ai'i'vtizins d n't they have
! turki-y':"'
I II- ran- his Pell sharply. "Send the
I c.M.k." was his pt-remptory order, and
I w t! -"uk '-anie he askel:
! "Is !iiii;'f ready?"
"Yes. vir."
j -Then a;T.v it at Toss the way. ev
i ery I i: f i'."
A few miutites later a pro. essin
! tiled hit t!.e pars.tu's Jlat
"It'- !':-"" the ueiit Ionian aeross th
v.:i." t:. '; explained tactfully as
vt I i:i the hall. "lie is ill. and
rl-ert- is no t" eat the dinner, and
, l:e t! t-i'.Ll.t '! wouldn't mind."
Ti.
t;er
pie-
! U Ml!;
The turkey
;-.-rfe t. an-l'tl
never such a din din-was
was din-was delicious, the
little Keans brim-
n:ed ov
';!S ;l
witli happiness. But there
:! iKippiness than the mere
' .-.iti!!-' in the heart of the
I. wlien. after a '-all next
; ... ;o!2i to his wife.
. .- f. ::..! a 1 neighbor." he
i:-
iiM,r.
"I f.
SalJ. ..
ti.-aiii.er and
the best of
heart." T r
: L. ::ti--riian witn a eru-t
.; heart of crold, and that's
my Tliariksjriving, sweet-
I'ple H.iiley In Omaha
World-Hera id
yon
AI.;: One Duroc Re-1 Jersey
. -. . i j
Hafner, Belleview, Fla. ll-29-2tw

AN UNADULTERATED :
THANKSGIVING DINNER i

n. SLYVms prescutt d hiIiielf
at the Krauke liouie at lull'
past 1 olu.k i:i tiie fterroon
of Thanksgiving day s i !:na-
gry that while he sat in ihe fr.ui ina
Jii.d talked blithe ly t L; c.-i.ejt- L. f
he feit it would be only l.v lue i, ot
heroic self resiraint that he wtriM re refrain
frain refrain from leaping at the bright gilded
cage that swung in the window and
swallowing the canary l.iu!. feathers
and all. without s;.!t r ic:-;ut.
I'Lis savage-attitude of Mr. S'yv is
was ni:e lo the tact that he' b us o .e
in : gorous training lov the turlu'V
harie- tie at Mr. Kra tike's.
Von roiue from out of doors." .!
served .Mr u:.::::;e. pro:ian:y rni. on
the street "ears -great carriers of dis
ease, street cars. Hut never mini.
5sit here for awhile. The atmosphere
is well tilled with formic aldehyde.
which I am vaporizing' over the lamp.
and any disease germs you may hap-
Ien to have about yon will be de
stroyed."
Mrs. Kranke and her daughter glided
in softly and shook hands with Mr
Slyvers in the same enthusiastic man
ner in which they might Ih expected
to pick up a deceased cattish by the
tail.
"Don't be afraid to eat heartily."
said Mr. Kranke genially. "You'll not
get typhoid fever by eating these oys
ters. as I know you fear, althouglryou
were too well bred to say so. These
oysters are net taken from ocean wa water
ter water filled with germs from the cities
In fact, they are not oysters at all.
They are made from oyster plants
raised on my father's farm down In
the country."
Next came the soup. No deadly hint
of ptomaine poisoning lurked in that
"I ALSO FIND OIlTHOUVDliOXY HF.NZOTC
ACID UAS UlEN 1'IT OS Till It'ItKLY.'"
soup Mr. Kranke said so him.self. It
had been strained live times through a
filter.
"What kind of soup do you think it
is?" asked Mr. Kranke. smiling at his
Kuest.
"Haled hay" were the words n the
tip f Mr. Sly vers' tongue, but he
checked them and said. "Why, mulliga mulligatawny,
tawny, mulligatawny, isn't it?'
Mr. Kranke frowneil as if to indi indicate
cate indicate that if he ever knew of a uiulliira
tawny running around iu his kitchen
he would catch it in a Meel trap and
cut its tail oiT up behind its ears
"No," he replied; "this soup is ui;:d,
of four herbs that prow down on our
farm
The maid theii reappeared, bearing a
great brown juicy turkey on an 'im 'immense
mense 'immense platter Mr Sly vers wanted to
throw both arms around the turke.v
and lay his head on its shoulder aiil
weep for sheer Joy. but he contained
himself with an effort and waited fr
Mr. Kranke to carve.
But Instead of taking up the carving
knife Mr. Kranke waited until the
maid came iu with a little tray on
which were three or four test tubes
Mr. Sly vers looked at the test tubes,
and then his eyes rested fondly and
regretfully on the turkey as he whis whispered
pered whispered softly. "Good by. Mr. Turkey."
"The buteher sent us this turkey
yesterday," said Mr Kranke. "and. fol following
lowing following my usual eiitoni. I took small
bits of it and put tla-m in these v-
rious solutions for investigation."
"Ha." said Mr Kranke as he exam
ined the tirst tuU "as I susKTted.
Mr. Sly vers, can you u-lieve me when
I say 1 also find nhohydroxy len
zoic acid has been put on this turkey?
"Well." said Mr. Si.vvers nervously,
"that's all right. I that is to sav. you
know. I like orth"h.vdrauli- acid. Yes.
t: home we ued to have it on the ta table
ble table all the time, of eourse some peo people
ple people like chutney sauce lest. but I"
"Why. Mr. Slyv.-rs." aid Mr
Kranke. -you don't understand. 1
eoril.l not tiermit a suest at my table
to eat poi.n Tal;e the turkey away.
Maggie, at :: v."
A the turkey went out the floor
Mrs. Kranke s;1j.l -h-. was sorry she
could offer her un-'-t nothing to drink.
Ieme the f.--t she bad made that
mornlni: showed a iare percentage
of clik-ory i?i the coff' and that she
had s,-nt the ir.i'k into exile I x 'cause it
was .iisj,f.i-te d of harttrring formalde formaldehyde
hyde formaldehyde in its clothes.
It was late ii i be afternoon, and the
white garln-l .tulent in the bacterio bacterio-logjca!
logjca! bacterio-logjca! laboratory at the nuslical col college
lege college was gettit.g ready to lock up and
c- h"me wh-n Mr. '; vers in a highly
demoralised c;.!i:i..n burst in.
"Hey. b.irsheaer"" ri-.t:t.l Mr. Sly Sly-vers.
vers. Sly-vers. "Make u-e a germ cocktail an'
put a bashiHus in it." Chicago Trib Tribune.
une. Tribune. Preserve your artlsttc Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.

DR, A. L. BLALOCK :
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 1

OFKICKS OVER THE
COMMERCIAL. DANK
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Phone 211 Ocala. Ha. I
J, E. GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Hlnck,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
M, C. IZLAR
DENTAL SURGEON
Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, .... FLORIDA
Dr. Therese Cluett
Osteopath
Acute and Chronic DIaeaaea
of Women and Children a
Speclaltr
Office No. 31, Holder Block
Phone 239 Ocala, Fla
S, A. MOSES
General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS and PRODUCE
I am offering: (he follovrlair rood,
lo the wholeaale trade oaljri
KIuk Apple, per barrel
York Imperial Apple, per bbl... 4J&0
Ked Uanm Applea, per bbl 4.23
Cape Cod Cranberrlea, per erate. 2.SO
Celery, per dozen bunchea JHS
CarrotM, per erate 1.53
Fine Canadian Turnlpa price on
application.
Malaga Grapen, per keir. .94JSO to 5.00
Hed Onlona, 100 lb. aack 1.63
Yellow Onlona, 100 lb. aack 1.70
Virginia Cabbage, per crate 1.03
cv York Cabbage, double erate.. 1.90
Special attention given to oat f
town shipping order. Freak atock al al-way
way al-way on hand. Telephone 209. Nemt
door north of Florida Aato Salea Ca
orth Magnolia atreet, Ocala, Fla.
IS THE BEST INVESTMENT IN
F-L-O-R-I-D-A
We buy, sell or develop business
property, city and suburban. Build Build-ins
ins Build-ins lota and suburban farm and truck trucking
ing trucking land. Write or Bee
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American National llank Dalldlat;,
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W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR ANU BUILDER
I'LAXS FURNISHED
OX A rPLICATIOrV
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M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
i). K
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Funeral Diroctorg
Work Done by Licensed Em-
ll
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver .105
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Undertaking Office 47
FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTERN
Beef, 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.
City Market



OCALA WEEKLY STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1012

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.

It. R. Carroll, Uusines Manager.

J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Enured in the poatoffice at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.

EVERYBODY 11
1 fiflll

Tomorrow is Children's Iay. Ocala
wants to see every child in Marion
county and all the Krwn folk too.

More Inhibit at the Fnir and Many
People on the round Ttal
Morning;

Mrs. John Parker of ohimbu.-, Oa..
committed suicide Wednesday by st.iii st.iii-bln
bln st.iii-bln herself in the l-tt breast with a
pocketkn'fe. Mrs. Parker had been a
victim of pellagra fo- some tirru- and
had become mentally U-ran-l.

Britain made a bad be' when
backed Turkey against liu.-.-ia in 1878.
and her power in the near east ha.s
been dwindling ever since. .She can
recover much of it now by helpint? th
Iialkan peoples aijain.-'t Turkey and
Austria.

Kv-rythin was on t!. move at the

fair a rounds t:.;- morning. A large j

j,a;iiijt-r of f-xhihi's cjirr.- before ten
o'do.-k and w-r- rapidly put in place.
T.';- Marion Farms sent in a bis ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of .stock and agricultural pro pro-.lu..t.s.
.lu..t.s. pro-.lu..t.s. and there were several smaller
in quantity but tine in quality. Cap Captain
tain Captain It. 1-yU-H .-ays the exhibits this

y.-ar a re mut-ti better man iast year, i
and wheii it s-: considered that this is i

fo

lar rri. r--

in Marion

particularly

an off year

county t,,is display i-

creditable.
T!i- wind last niht blew down sev several
eral several of the smulb-r Tent.-:, but no great

THE SERVICE THAI COUNTS

The Bank service tliat count is the ser service
vice service that meets the customer's every require requirement.
ment. requirement. The Munroe A: Chambliss Bank is pre prepared
pared prepared to meet every reasonable demand of its
eustomers. We are always in a position to
do just a little more than ordinary conditions
require.
In this way, we merit the confidence of
those we serve.- and trv to deserve the ac ac-counts
counts ac-counts of all who appreciates excellent service
and courteous attention.

'.harm was don-. A number of the best
On the Danube river, which i.- the vlM .. ,. ..r,. .,Hner.-.!lv here have re-

If l.luul ...! lit --.. Vn-tri:. Tn; in- I ' ... '

-.ouiii,. -j--. rnairu-1 in Jacksonville to be at tne
tains a fleet consisting of two mon- Tri.,.UIllv Fair. This fair has gone a
itors. two torpedo boats and four gun- toward giving the Marion

County Fair a black ye. and it was J mmm
riMt nubli.- s:,iritfl in its promoters to!

threaten Belgrade, the Servian capital. j .. ;. ,im,, ,,f fl,.r3 t

Fvervthir.u .r-jj!:esi-s a big; crowd

in town who can u, i goin. and there
will ht nntnv fmm the country. Kv- .Will Hold

to see thf

THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
Ocala, Florida

boats,
down

This fleet is

stream from

now steaming

Jiudapest to

President Taft has i formed friends!

that no matter how active ills partici

patlon in a reorganization (Jf the re-

Dubllcan narty may be he is not to oe i

regarded or publ'cly referred to in po po-litlcal
litlcal po-litlcal speeches by republicans as a
possible candidate for the party in
1916.

NOlt THKItV
I .t'(HIMDTI.G

rOT LINK

TRAIN
( nill.DMKVS DAY

Wternoon Train on Friday

i

i.ri-Kfi.h- .mi.iiM "ii i..irlv to ;ee the 1 . - ...

motorcycle race, which is going to be! .....

ja thrilling event. j
j In the stock show yesterday, prizes On Friday, Nov. -". Ciiildren's Day

iwere award, d in class W.. No. 184, at the fair. Superintendent S. I

Following is the schedule and prices
fur the round trip train from the north
un tlie Coast L,;nr Friday:
Leave Rate
Gainesville, 8:10 a. m $1.45

S:5 a. m l.l'O

Congress meet.s next week. Con-

No well .V

I I- t. Hr.u-r.ll t!r

J. I). Simon- linrake authorizes us to announce that
Meffert first; it:i- regular i-as.-ener train on the

which leaves Ocala at

J. I!. Simonton sec-:J:4 p. m.. will be held her- till p. m..

No. l!0"i. J. M. -Meffert, first; J. to give the passengers on tiie road a

Howell, second. ichimce to .-j.end the afternoon at the
The liner fair.
The first horse race yesterday was j :

Iotllas," one of II. I T.af1 !.,., .f-it..a r snl.t at

Gerig's Dm:,' Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.

b nula.-," I.. L. Home owner.
"I.ouis 15," 11. F. Ib-11 owner, ridden .

by Gordon Moorheaii won t!ie running
ra cf.
l-'ollowin i.s the racing program for
til is afternoon:
First ra-. .Mntorry.-lt-. ten miles.
I'urse. .jr..

Second race
county horses
heats. I'urse,
Third race.

Hoi- Kuohelle

hambli.-s tir-t

t,., ..,....,,1 v IK". t i

.. 1, l,t. ,lltlri.

oi.nm" .... j N TiH(.r .t.n.L UfiS x. No. I'M), !(.cala Northern

. ,, "'id :

wnicn ne in cnairman, irejaring ;i mu ;
for this year's appropriation. Tiie j
army engineers iiave asked for fl.-
flAA (infl fni Imnrnvanibntu i

- j won ny loris ijum i.-, one mi n. p iearl tooth

Ten killed and 18:; injured consti- !'rJ"'i '"' '")r' . t . ...
. .... .i.i. I lh" --''fid r.e ua won Jo

Iron during the season of l!tl'. Desj.ite
assertions that the game of i:l dif-
fered little from the old style plunging j
game, the list of dead is the smallest;
since 1901, when seven lost their lives. ;
Five more injuries were reported this
year than in l'Jll, but the record is!
short of that of 'JO'J, when 3J were j
killed and 216 injured, or tiiat of l'.'IO. ;
when 22 succumbed and the injured
numbered 499.

TRIIILTKM TO A GOOD lTI.i:

Fre.- fi,r all, Marion j

best two in three, mile
7.".
open to horses beaten

in first and second day's races. Fest
two in three, half-mile heats. I'urse.
?7.".,
Fourth race. ( ien onlv to horses

James Anderson, a resident of Terra j driven by nei;roe. I test two in three.
Cela for many years, died at the home ; Half-mile heats. I'urse. $7."..
of his daughter, Mrs. J. II. Strunk, in j Fifth race. Mule race; neuro riders;
Ocala, Thursday, Nov. 14. He had not i half-mile dash (no feet. I'urse. $l-".
been in good health for the past two! sixth race. Cunning: half-mile

TEMPLE THEATRE

MONDAY, DEC. 2
Social Event of the Season

Mic. Junction. Sua) a. m
Kvinston. 8:33 a. ni 93
Foardman, t:00 a. m ho
Mcintosh. 9:05 a. m 85
rane Lake. ::10 a. m SO
Keddk-k, 9:20 a. m 63
Lowell. 9:30 a. m 60
Martin. 'j:C8 a. m 30
Kendrkk. 9:43 a. m 30
Arrive Ocala, 10 a. m. Returning spe special
cial special train will leave Ocala at 5:20 p.
m. Tickets are limited to return Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Nov. 30.

DOX'T HE MISLED

(Manatee Iliver Journal)

years and had spent some time recently
in traveling with the possibility of a
change being beneficial. He was born
in Richmond, Va in 1833. His wife
and son, John Edward Anderson, of
Terra Ceia, and two daughters, Mrs.

Strunk' and Mrs. Nash, of Ocala, sur-
lv him.
He is mourned by many friends who
loved and respected h'm. He was al-
ways ready to aid in any good work
that was for the upbuilding and pro progress
gress progress of the island, and by being ever
faithful at the bedside of the sick, his

kindness and sympathy were shown in.'

many ways.
There were many words of prai.io
and sympathy spoken Sunday morn-
Ing by those present at the floral ser- j
vice held at the Terra Ceia Union Sun-

program for

mile?.

dash. I'urse. $25.
Following is the race

tomorrow:
Frldny, November 2J
First race. Motorcycle; five

I'urse, $23.
Second race. Colts and fillies, Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county raised, ltest two in three.
Half-mile heats. Purse, $75.
Third race. Free fo" all. Marion
county horses. l!est two in three, mile
heats. Hobbles barred. I'urse. $75.
Fourth race. Itunn'ng. half-mile

lash. I'urse. $25.

IMMHM Till: INNOVATION

DELLA CLARKE -1

AND COMPANY OF COMEDIANS

(lfA COMEDY IN fOUH ACTS TJi)
VB YD EL LC LAR

Special Reservation will be
made for out of town Patrons
SEATS NOW ON SALE
Prices:
$1.50, $1, Lower Floor
75c, 50c Balcony

lr. Wnrdiinn Wmitw l Ser Lady Mem Mem-her
her Mem-her mi the Sehool Hoard

rtow-ri on-J Hr,i fTr!c Vw frt,,.!. -Mr. F.d. I Wurnianii of Citra. one of!

and pupils of the Sunday school, from t!u tounty a c 't .ens and a
the Infant class to the IUble claas. 1 ,nemb('r of th" f!,ato hoanl of control,
was a fitting- tribute to the memory -of ,anJ therefore in a position to make his
one who often expressed his appreela- ,,,nl"n valuable, says he wishes to
tion of flowers, and his sentiment be-!"0 on re(ori1 as m0s,t hea,rt',y voring

rie mnivn cm to th.icp i v mei iu rs

lng that flowers often give expression

of good thoughts and sympathy where j
words fail. j
He was a member of the Methodist!
church, being steward for a number of j
years, an honorary member of the W

C. T. U., also a member of the Legion
of Honor.
Connected with the library and an
active worker in the Union Sunday
school, being- superintendent for the
past nine years, his work as super superintendent
intendent superintendent is an example of his faithful faithfulness
ness faithfulness to duty, having- attended Sunday
school for over seven years in succ-ej-

on the sub and county school-boards,
and is especially pleased to see that
Marion county lias been the first to talk
seriously of it. Mr. Wartmann says it
will be one of the best pieces of work
tiie school boards have accomplished,
and he is anxious to see tiie plan put
into force.

A CVNIIIIIVTi: FOR IOSTM ASTKR

Mr. Oscar M. Faton.
Lakeland, and one of
ular citizens of that

mayor-elect of
the most pop pop-section
section pop-section of the

sion without missing a Sunday, and state, is m the city, visiting tne Mar Mar-later
later Mar-later on, ever failing health seldom ion County Fair and renewing his
prevented him from being present. and!man-v friendships here, for Mr. and
another bright, star is added to his'Mrs- Haton lived here a year or more,
crown of duties, faithfullv rlnrf .n.i'a number of years ago. Mr. Katon is

this all seems to say:

"Queen of Sea Routes"
.MERCHANTS' AND MIXEKS'
TKAXSI'OIITATIOX CO.
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
IJoston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points
end for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L D. JONES, C. A..
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Finest Coastwise Trip the World"

Ocala Citizen Should Read and Heed
TbU Advice
Kidney trouble is dangerous and
often fatal.
Don't experiment with something
new and untried.
Use a tested and proven kidney
remedy.
TJegin with Doans Kidney Pills.
Used in kidney troubles 75 years.
Doan's have cured thousands.
Are recommended here and every everywhere.
where. everywhere. An Ocala citizen's .statement forms
convincing1 proof.
It's local testimony it can be in investigated.
vestigated. investigated. M. Peterson, 177 N. Magnolia street,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I can fay that I
have been greatly benefited by. Doan's
Kidney Tills and I do not hesitate to
recommend them. I was annoyed by

a lame back and pains through my
kidneys that made it hard ,ior me to
stoop. L used two boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills and they certainly did me
a world of good. My kidneys were
strengthened and the pain ami sore soreness
ness soreness in my back was removed."

For sale ry all dealers. Price 50
rents. Foster-Milburn Co.. MurTalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
states.
Remember tiie name Doan's and
tak- no other. (Adv.)

EAYB.

... .l.AK OS

ail MGm

OPEN DAY A XI) NIGHT

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
any hour. Ad.

FLAGGED TRAIN' WITH SHIRT

We Have a Car for You
In selling new cars we have taken
excellent cars in exchange, all com

pletely equipped and guaranteed in

"Speak to thy children ever,
Lead in the holy way,
Fill them with joy and gladness,
Teach them to watch and pray.
RESOLUTION'S OF RRSI'F.CT

a conductor on the A. C. L railway be- j nerf ect shape. Thev will be sold

jtween Lakeland and Waycross. and ;away under first cost and real value,
j there was never a more popular con-j Let us send you price list; we can
jductor in the state than lie. Mr. Eaton Jsave you money.

j is a candidate for the ofnee of post post-!
! post-! master of Iikeland and has many

strong endorsers.

Whereas, It has pleased our Heaven-j
ly Father in his love to take to his!

A IllGi: ICF. FACTORY

Mr.

s arms James Anderson, who for the 'partner

M. Eaton of Lakeland and his
have nearly completed their

past nine years has been superintend-; new ice factory and cold storage

WM. C. THOMAS
State Distributor for American,
Haynes. Marion. Regal Cars
and Indiana Trucks
!; Main St., Jacksonville. Fla.
Phone 2:?7

Union Sunday plant. When completed and in opera opera-of
of opera-of truth audition this plant will make 110 tons of

ern in every respect. Mr. Eaton and i

his partner own the present ice plant

ent of the Terra Ceia

school. His high idea

right prompted him ever to do his duty j i-e each day. and its storage capacity
faithfully and well and endeared him i will lie immense. It is absolutely mod-

to all who knew him.
Resolved, That the officers and mem members
bers members of the Union Sunday school ex extend
tend extend sincere sympathy to his wife and
family in this their home of bereave bereavement.
ment. bereavement. Mrs. E. S. Hubbard.
Mrs. J. H. Kennedy.
Mrs. H. L. Abel.
Com mittee.

of Lakeland, but will
when tiie new ne is
and sell tiie machinery.

close

down

in commission

I'iUTKl I. R I. V A IM'ROI'R! ATF
CHRISTMAS IMtF.SKNT

REV. II. KKGWIN

Rev. H. Kegwin of Orlando died Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the home of his daughter in
Eustis. He was pastor of the Presby

terian church in this city a number of News

years ago. He was 78 years old.
Leesburg Commercial.

CAPT. R. J. ADAMS

(Jet 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 riction or reference books on
the most attractive terms at the Ocala

Co. Also a line of copyrights.

and in fact, and kind of book you
want for old and young.

DORR-ST ARI.INtl

WHITE STAK TKAXSFEII CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS, PROPRIETORS,-PHOXE
PHOXE PROPRIETORS,-PHOXE 29G.
'aggage. Freight. Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT VOIP. PATKOXAGE

EDWARD DRAKE

t-apt. K. J. Adams, best known to j Geo. 1 1. Dorr and Miss Ruth Mae

me present ana immeaiately preceding ; Starling were quietly married Wed- i (- KXCJIXEEil,

generation as the local agent of thelnesdav afternoon at the residence of

Clyde, Beach & Miller and other lines Judge J. M. P.arksdale. The young
of St. Johns river steamers, but to an couple are mii:e ponular here and th-

rarner Keneraiion as a pioneer stage marriage came as a surtr s to

-Dunne II on Advocate

Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ral Raleigh,
eigh, Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck
with Electric Bitters. "I was In a
terrible plight when I began to use
them." he writes, "my stomach, head,

back and kidneys were all badly af affected
fected affected and my liver was in bad condi condition,
tion, condition, but four bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters made me feel like a new man." A
trial will convince you of their match matchless
less matchless merit for any stomach, liver or
kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at Ty Ty-iings
iings Ty-iings & Company. Ad.

It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the
best cough medicine I have ever used,"
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavon-

ia, Fa. "I have used it with all my
children and the results have been j
highly satisfactory." or sale by alii

dealers. Ad.

At least the Mormons were faithful
to the Grand Old Party. New York
World.

A Mitchell, a general merchant near
Bagdad. Ky.. writes us: "I think Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills one f the greatest
kidney medicines there is. My daugh

ter was in terrible shape with kidney!

trouble and I got hr to take it. She
is completely cured now. I think it
one of the greatest medicines made."
Sold at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.' Ad.

Stop co'ugning by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrap. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.

Everv familv that has children is I

liable to have croup, invariably at

night. If Ballard's Horehound Syrup!

Is kept in the house, it saves going

after the medicine at an inconvenient!

time and checks the attack promptly.
Price. 25c, 30c and $1. Sold by all
druggists. Ad.

Take Digest't for indigestion
wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy.

ar.1
-Ad.

i

ih:ai;iitsmax
AND rOMKACTOK

many friends.

LAKE WEIR W. C. T. I".

transportation man between Palatka
and Tampa and a dauntless soldier or
the Confederacy, passed away at his
home on Second street at an early hour

TliZ ,mornins after an illnsj On Fridav. Nov. 22. at the .lose of
which had confined him to his bed for its res,ular nu.,.tin4r. tlu. rs held a
more than a month Palatka News. reception for the tea,ht.r an.i children
j of the public school. n account of
MRS. SARAH TROTTER the rain only ab..ut thirty were pres-
lent to partake of the generous supply
Mrs. Sarah Trotter died at the hjme of cake and ade. At the next meeting.

heir Accurate HuiitUnz nans, iwue i nuk

land Specifications mad. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
I made on erec'ior. of buildings of any
! character by contract or on a com com-'
' com-' mission basis. Wri'e or consult me at
' orth't Coiner Ocaia lloiw' lllock
! OCAUV - FLORIDA

Dan J. Joyce. Sanville. Henry Co..
Virginia, says: "I took a cold with a
cough which hung on for two years.

Then I commenced using Foley's Honey j

an I Tar Compound and the cough

t me and now I am perfectly

ng and well." Is best for child

ren an I contains no opiates. For sale
at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

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

m

IfflWl

No. 3 North Main Street

OCALA

11 IhW

" F'

Unilly 1

I st

Terkeween Oil. tne great nerve and

hone liniment; will not blister. For'

of her son. J. L Trotter. Sunday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon after a long illness. The re remains
mains remains were laid to rest Monday at the
Hickory Springs cemetery. Mrs. Trot Trotter
ter Trotter at the time of her death was ;s
years of age. Mrs. Trotter had a host

Doc. ."th, the reports of tiie delegates
to the convention will he real.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL

r r. e j :
back
cents

HeXt
1 !v..
serv,

ratism. neuralgia, pa:n3 in the
or sides and all other aches. 25
per bottle at Tydings fc Co. Ad.

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TEE HUBSflM LME

FOR

19!

1

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

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

ion if you are Interested. :-: :-: :-: : :

R

EMEMBEU that we have the Largest and Handsomrst Fire Proof Garage in
the Central Portion of Florida. 10.000 Square Feet of Floor Space, and
we Care For and Store Cars.

Our Repair Department is the Best Equipped in the City

With Skilled Workmen Who Know Their Business and
the Most Modern Machinery and Tools
A Full Line ot Automobile Sundries ot all Kinds in Stock

IT?

FIMI1A AUTO

S

A IT

Phone 76

OCALA, FLORIDA

S. J. Pyles, Mgr.

K

r..;.....;;-;;.;....-

vt-nturt- to i reiiot that in the j
r- w months republican zeal in j
atir.;: the extension of the civil
-.vill kr.otv r. bounds. New

FOR KEXT

rou SALE

1IKLP U AMfcl)

iV-.rk Sun.

r.e

A DDCKITETD AWH Rllil nCR source

UrtlH LI ll-li nu uu,uwl',,have such

boy ?

of friends here and elsewhere whr grounds. A grood Havana filled cigar
were very much Krieved to hear for 5c, made in Marion county. Pat Pat-her
her Pat-her demise. Dunnellon Advocate. Jronize u-. ll-::i-6id ltw

"The Oasis." Bellevlew, has the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive sale of ice cream. peanuts.

nor.com and clears on the fair Careful Estimates Mae on All Con

tract Work. Gives more ana setter j neaitny appenie. du;

f.-r rhj mnrpv Th".n anv other i stomach and enable :t

i J A LUV. v-' .- w I

Iain's Tablets.

1? often the the-I
I the-I you would 1
take Chamber- r

They -.oi only create a i

strengthen the

appetite

amazement,
an arpeM-e

oairactor ia tJe ells.

to do its work

f

r.atv.rally. For sale by all dealers.--Ad.

j WANTED Several salesman in
FOP. RENT Nine-room house, three I am now offering some of the most j Alachua Marion. Putnam and Citrus
docks from rostofflee. Apply to T. valuable lots in the northern part of'irountle8 to reJtTvsetit oMest establish establish-Thomsen.
Thomsen. establish-Thomsen. rostofn- or 31 N. 2rd the city. If interested call on W. H. (, fewin; macil!ne on earth Exper.
treet. West. 11-15 McConn at Converse's planinff mill. I ,ence not necessary. Good men can
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build- 1 also have other valuable lands at j make good wages. Addres Binder

Fparr goiiig1 very reasonable.

Apply to Divi? & Martin.

'ewinjr Machine Co, Gainesville, Fla.'



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OCALA WEEKLY STAR, THURSDAY, XOYEMBER 28, 191 a

7. Extracts From a Mary

BEGIN WITH Sl.OO

"I called at the Commercial Hank to-lay and introduced myself to
th; 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
jrreat amount of trouble and red tajx.
"It was so easy, I took a dollar out of my pocket U will not miss
if and opened an account riht 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-IIAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

OH IIS

Undertaker Smith, ph jr.es ( a!

Initial stationery, ZZc.
Gtrig's Drug Store.-. A J.

Mrs.
from i

CJeorae A. Na-h !a !a-visit
visit !a-visit to Sarasota.

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MR. KACHEL MARTI
There Je-;, sadness in one 0:a!a
orr.e t;..a br::;t Thanksgiving niurn niurn-Mrs.
Mrs. niurn-Mrs. H.J.-l Martin, after many
iy- of :.kr.--'s, passed away at the
vf her sen. Mr. D W Tompkins
' ri::-eri m;r.ut-s after 8.
Sh- ha1, ijctn ra-iually sinking for
rv-ral Jays an J her death had been
vpr.te-l at any n;inute -'r;ce last Mon-

White Clover
your grocer.

Flour

: Mr.- Martin wa- born in Neu- York
;"i: y ; ear- atv. When a little girl
r. Ask ,f thirteen, she came to Florida anJ
had been h-re -v-r -ince. The family
! r-si Jei.'je wi- at Micanopy, from which
.'i:;r-li- plicv Mr-. Martin came to the home of
; u-r s n in xala a -hcrt time ago.

She is survived by four children.
I'ure Food and .Meal Mall, clt mar-j.ir L. ". Tompkins f this city. Mr.
kel, phone 471. I. IJota. ll-.'2-tf jn. Tompkins of Leesburg, Mrs. E.
ID. lioyer of Roardman and Mrs. W. K

Conductor I. D. Goodyear i i-ini?
ini? i-ini? the destinies of Sunny jim.

GHIPPIN

Happy-Looking lltlsen (ilvluK lp
tola to Y bite-Clad Cilrla for tke
Iarlon Count Hospital

i :.e "A
mercy ar
and ... j r
across -.vi
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stantiai

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ri:e--.la! y..ur,r sisters of
out in fore this morning,
e 'ide are c ht-erf ully coming
:: donations for the hospital,
od ause n.o.-t prettily pre pre-i
i pre-i the prospects of a sub-
rs.-ic-n is very rood indeed.

t

Miss Helen White of Dunnellon is T'ilea of Eust's.

in the city to attend the fair, t
of Miss Florrie Condon.

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All these were pres-

uest;erit to comfort her last hours and

watch her peacefully .-ink into ever-

! lasting rest.
We buy. repair or remodel all your The sorrowing relatives will leave

old or broken jewelry. II. Goldman, with the body of their beloved dead

Ocala, Fla. Why Pay More? Ad.

Special music tonight at 8:15
Temple Theater by Tomosso's
Musical Trlo.-Ad

MILE

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(CLEAN ALL)

THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS OF THE KLF-NOLCO. OF MONT MONTGOMERY,
GOMERY, MONTGOMERY, ALA., TO BE ON SALE IN OCALA
Kle-Nol Scouring Powder
Kle-Nol Scouring Brick
Kle-Nol Laundry Soap
Kle-Nol Mechanic's Soap
Kle-Nol Pink Carnation Toilet Soap
The products of the Kle-Nol Co., ;ire Southern made
and have proven nuperior to all others.
A number of prominent citizens o? Ocala aie inter interested
ested interested in the Kle-Nol Co., ;is 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 Hallie Ley has one to Tampa

to spend Thanksgiving with her
in that city.

'on the 6 a. m. A. C L. train tomorrow

for Micanopy, where the funeral ser ser-at
at ser-at the 'vices will be held at the Methodist

Italian ; church, of which Mrs. Martin was for

many years a member.
In her lon and useful life. Mrs. Mar Martin
tin Martin made uncounted friends, and the

isterj.star joins these n .-viopathy for her

bereaved children.

'Tiie Ivrl loveth a cheerful giver,"
and w iieti :;;e L.rd ;.ass- the hat by
the hands of .i pretty airl the giver has
extra re.i-n to be thankful.
Misses Annie Raurie Perry and Nellie
Gottlieb raided the Star office this
morning an 1 took every cent in the
houe. and mad- the donors feel like
they had been repaid twice over. They
had a box several sizes smaller than a
trunk, but it was already almost tilled.

THERE'S NO STRINGS TO AN ACCOUNT

r n

ai ine ucaia national Pank. AH checks, drafls, etc.,
arc paii on demand Without demur or delay. Thai
means that depositor's are as much at command asi!
they had the cash in their pocket. ::::::
AN ACCOUNT AT THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
However is better than cash. It is safer. Open one
and you fcave at oice all the advantages ol currency

i paj-iutrmsaiiu sccurny mat payments Dy checks altord

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

J NO.

CAPITAL FI LLY IN 75,000
II. D. STOKKS, Cashier.
I EDWARDS, Pres. CL.XREXCE CAMP, Vice Tre.

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Kla

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! Alt AUK
THIS AFTEHNOOX

DKATH OF A LITTLK BOY

;hest a.sii price paid for all old

or silver. H. Goldman. j.-ala,
Why Pay More? Ad. i The 13-vear-ol.l son of Mr W t-

! Crosby died last night at Orange
Tiie postoff.ee is closed today. A no- .Springs. The remains were brought to
tice to that effect was --nt in yester- ocala and tiie funeral .-ervices were
lay, but was left out by mistake. jheld this afternoon from the residence
- 'of Mrs. Priest on North Second street,
See the black satin pumps just re-:at o'clock. Rev. Dunyan Stephens
ceived at Little's Shoe Parlor. They officiated and Mclver fc MacKay were
fit and benefit. Ad. jn charge. Interment in Greenwood.

Tiie automobile tloral parade will
leav- the court house square prompt promptly
ly promptly at 2:2'J o'clock. All automobile
ownt-rs are uh-ntly requested to join
the parade, whether their machines
are decorated or not.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
Mrs. D. W. Davis.
Miss Mattie Williams.
J. H. Spencer.
R. Kreger. Com.

Til K TKMIM.I-: TIIKATKH TIMilIT

XITOMOIIII.i: FOIt SAI.K iii:i

Pine music by a fine orchestra and j
three reel- of excellent picture.
"Nothing to Wear" is a comedy pic-
ture and tells the story of a servant
who had no clothes to wear to the ser- :

i A four-cylinder, two-passenger car vant's ball. Watch her ritr up a dress
jin first class condition in every respect. ; out of a portiere and a lace curtain.;
; Cheap for cash. Apply at this office. ,-The Iast Kose of Summer" is a Lubin 1
: ; western and a dandy, our Thankssiv- ;

......... ......... r. hi, special is the "I'nnce of Jsrael, a;
, srand lilli.-;tl picture in keeping with'
I. lUKhter. romance and heart inter- thf.

Miss Josie Bullock went to Lake-!""1 V. V't 'tJV'.T h hve ,,e,n picture of reat interest to church!

0 i'. iia .Miftc in ner new people as the details are all correct, i
c-n edy. 'Introduce Me.' to be seen at ; Doors open at 6:45. Prices 5 and 10

t e Temple next Monday nUht. Those 'cents. Amateurs tomorrow,
f : ii: iliar with Miss Clarke's other sue-

We buy, repair or remodel all your
old or broken jewelry. IJ. Goldman.
Ucala, Fla. Why Pay More? Ad.

WANTED A good meat cutter, white ;
man, to take charge of meat market. ;
Owner has other business to attend to. f
Apply at this office. 11-28-tf

land today to spend a few days with
friends and attend the Thanksgiving
ball iven by tiie youns people.

Highest cash price paid for all old

gold or silver. I?. Goldman.
Fla. Why Pay More? Ad.

cala. i

ces-ful plays will be quick to realize j

i that thi-i play is clean and wholesome.:

Mil. ( II OWS FOH SALE

Miss Clarke is not a believer in the ; .t Dr. Dunn's stables, fresh Jersey

I .mi,iu'iuu juaj no nianer now iremena- cows for sale for it few .lays. See me

Mi.ss Omera Holloway of Tallahassee, m,s il, my 'e .J" dramatic effect and if in need of a uood cow. W. K. Lang

appeal. Siie believes that people jro to ford.

, , i i .tiie theater to be entertained and kept
lock. ha retnrneil to !ir hnmt in' ..

Tallahassee, after a most delightful
ftay in Ocala.

U-28-3td

m;mfici:nt mi i.ks

All kinds of signs ami decorations
neatly and quickly executed by the
Dodge Sign Co. ll-22-3t

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THE FLORIDA
CENTRAL LAND CO.

OF

NORTH OCALA

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Don't forget tiiat Friday is amateur 1
night at the Temple and there w ill be
a tine bill of pictures and other amuse-
ments. I

in a happy frame of mind. To this

end she has written "Introduce Me" j
and the opinions of it everywhere are! Mr. J. II. Nichols certainly has a
tiie be.-t evidence that Miss Clarke j magninVent drove of mules at His place
ha succeeded in her purpose. ;n West Exposition street and visitors

to the fair in passing have stopped in
great number.- to admire them. There

jare thirty head now in the drove and
Hooked i half a dozen head have been sold dur

ing tiie week. Mr. Nichol-s lias sold
seven carloads of mules since the mid middle
dle middle of September.

S HEIU I.F. FOH THK SE1SOV

Of the TheHtrlenl Attraetlonn

for the Temple
Manager E. C. Dennett has so far

(made contracts with the following at at-We
We at-We buy. repair or remodel all your lrar.f!an s fl)r st,;isnT1 at th. x-mr,!.

Theater. Many others will be filial in
later on.

Dec. 2 Delia Clarke in "Introduce

old or broken jewelry. 15. Goldman,

nrvjlfj Vl-i W'liv Piv f,.T-' .i I

Special music tonight at 8:15 at the

Temple Theater by Tomossos Italian! i-j

Musical Trio. Ad. I

SpeelallMt lire, Fur, oe and Throat

! Office, Law Library DIdg. Ocala. Ad.

WANTED A good, reliable woman
to do cooking and kitchen work. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Marion County Hospital.

Y and gun is in the

y only safe place for a quail is a roost I
Y on a gun barrel about two inches back I
X of the front sight, but the fool birds j
' don't know it.

Almost every man who has ;j

woods todav.

dog j
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Attractive banner signs for the I
street parade. Ieave orders in time, j

The Dodge Sign Co. ll-22-3t

C The Common Law.
Ft. Music Festival auspices of

Woman's Club of Ocala.
Dec. 21 Stetson Glee Club.
Dec. .Ian. 1-2 State school con-

j eiiijoii.

.Tan. 21 The Climax.
.Ian. 2:; The Smart Set.
Feb. :: Madam X.
Feb. 6 Paul Gilmore in "Havoc.
Fel. 1i Freckles.
Feb. 17 The Goose Girl.
March 12 The Servant in the House.
March 23 Evans' Honey Roy Minstrels.

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

Mr.

j Ocala

OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN.

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W. F. Pdesch, the well-known
barber, was well acquainted

thirty years ago with John T. Prush,
president of the National liaseball
League, who died iu Missouri the other
day. Mr. Prush was a dry-goods sales salesman
man salesman of Indianapolis when Mr. Dlesch
knew him.

We don't know who "D. S." is, but it
the sample he sent us Is a fair speci specimen
men specimen of his poetry, we advise him to
stick to prose.

Mr. W. P. Douglas, secretary or the
Florida Life Insurance Company, came

down from Jacksonville Wednesday ml

visit the county fair. While here lie
was the miest of M. R. Williams, local

aent of tli- Coast Line. At the f air i
Wednesday afternoon Mr. Douglass j
drove Maud W. in one of the races fori
Mr. Williams and succeeded in winning j

second place for the pretty little horse
Mr. Douglass formerly owned Maud W,

Dr. J. E. Klock, of Stinson Lake,
LI., a partner of Mr. H. A. Kramer of
this city and the owner of a number
of pieces of property near Ocala, came
down yesterday foj a few days, after
which he willrurn to New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire and bring his family down in a
short time to spend the winter here.
Dr. Klock is accompanied by his

!broth-r-in-law, a dentist of Chicago.

Special music tonight at 8:15 at the
Temple Theater by Tomosso's Italian
Musical Trio. Ad.

The Star is informed that Mrs. S.
T. Sistrunk's car in the parade this
afternoon will be particularly appro appropriate
priate appropriate to the weather. It will be snow

Vi white, with a crew of the prettiest

! snowbirds ever seen in Florida.

Suit cases and trunks. The largest
line in the country, embracing every-

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Y I thing, at Goldman's. Why Pay More? I

I j

V The November

Sunbeam Soda, full pound C C-packages.
packages. C-packages. - 3L
Van Houten's Cocoa requires
only hall as much as 0Qr
other Cocoas, cans 25, 45, OtJL

OTIt K, PHI.F. WIWEHS
The winners of the cash prizes in
the workhorse parade are requested to
call on Mrs. D. M. Smith, treasurer of
the Ocala Humane Society, and receive
the prizes. Mrs. D. M. Smith,
Secretary and Treasurer.

JI ST KECEIVEU
Carload Texas Red Rust Proof Seed
Oats, SOe. per bushel; 12 bushels or
more, 75c per bushel. H. 15. Masters
Co. ll-27-4td Itw

contains a "Pen Party

Sunbeam Corn flakes

"Modern Priscilla" i Q fnr

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contributed by

The

.,Mrs. Maud F. Little of our city.

y May Designer has a "Marine Party''
X and Armour's February cook book a

all

y: receipt also from Mrs. Little, for

Y oi which sne receivea casii prizes.
Yi
y j Highest cash price paid for all old
y gold or silver. P. Goldman. Ocala.

25c

Snowdrift Compound and Wes Wesson's
son's Wesson's Cooking Oil, better than
Cottolene, and costs less.

Sunbeam Mince Meat with line
recipe lor Mince Pie, Fruit Cake
and Plum Pudding, JCr
3 packages lor Lv

FOR SALE At a bargain, one SO SO-horsepower.
horsepower. SO-horsepower. "-passenger touring car;
1912 model, only been ued a short
time; as good as new. Apply box 597,
Ocala, Fla. H-27-d6t wit

;veky

CIMSTTMAS

Santa Claus makes his Headquarters at the
O. K. TEAPOT for his Goodies to fill
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
BEST 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.
. K. Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida

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Fresh borne nimlr bognbead cheene
and tripe at the Pure Food Meat Mall,
elt? market. Ad.

A full line of enameled ware and

flower pots at a bargain at the Ocala

Seed Store. Ad.

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

Mr. Wilbur Smith of Tampa, man

ager of his father's undertaking bui- j

ne in that city, is in cala spending i Linrtc nf Knt and FniH Cai.P

Material.

father and

x l nanKJCivinii witn rn

X ters. Wilbur is doina: well wi:
business there and is making
Y'youni; business man.

sis sis-the
the sis-the :lne

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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mis

Smith and M;ses Lilian and Annie
Mav Hawkins drover over in their car

DEALERS IN
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
MANUFACTURERS OF
Cement Blocks and all kiudof Cement Form?, 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

4 from Reddick to spend the day

at

Xlfair.

Export Borax Soap, same size

CIarajand shape ot Octagon and is a

better piece ol soap IQr

LtlW

XV EAT 1 1 KU KEPOI1T
Cloudy, northeast wind.
Minimum temperature. 2f degrees.
Maximum. 65 degrees.
Average, 53 decrees.
Kainfali. .")'.
Look at our line or box stationery
before makinir your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.

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Arkansas Ch:n : l"ever Tonic, 25
and Zk cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydings & Co. Ad

Fair ?:?r.s painted while- you wait.

he

of the

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tram

N. the
due at
i:r.;r. :r. to
tr. 1 p'.-.'W.- 1

a. m l'pped off the ra:
thf station this morr.ir.

furrows alon-r the :r:iok fro:t; :.-switi-h
t- For: Kinir avenue. Then :t
hopped on the track atrain an! went
on a tho nothing had happene-1.

6 tor
Sunbeam Oatmeal per
package..

10c

jTwo expert i-T. artists await your or or-iders
iders or-iders at the original Dodge Sign Co.
Shop -S1- S. Magnolia street. Jos. XV.

Do-'.se. n. ana ser. l!-22-:-t

b 'ST Lady'-: small p;n. green
-r.amel. four-!-af tdover w:th pearl
tenter arid -mall stem. Lo-t be
tween Pei s-r'. .-tore ar. 1 Mrs. Arm'

t board in -r h-u-e on Fort K'rz avenue.

Return I' V. I'avi- for reward.

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A ntimber
the Merchant.-'
were surprise-I
bis: white m-.t'
law.i'na avenue
' Silver St rir.ss
: everybody s.:;

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iOlfXS OmNOlAXATlVE

bl i. -k
ut of s
b.'.at cr

eviflcr.'iy
irl I'.ih-k.i. A

i everybody s .:i pose .1 that Mr
Vi Martin ha! 'een unable t s'.e-

nii-rht. had ari---n and : :- o.
the sprint in or 5 r t :- :
warm. ''lose :r.vet:- i:i ::

proved that it wa-- it; .-.u:-- :'. tt f
parade th; af erm -.::. T? v fr i
the boat hai bee:, arrar.ee

that nly people at eI---e :.r.'-
see the auto wheels. This o:
rloat was on Mrs. H. M. Hampton

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For first cla. automolIle service
by the trip, hour or day. phone No.
if27. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.

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HAT'S the use of haying a gun
and using poor ammunition?

IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
good sport.
We are Headquarters tor Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds ol Ammunition Supplies.

Marion Hardware Co,

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White Tine ar.3 Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.

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Mari

steady,
. ah -Ut
i. witer.
.UT-.TV H:

reliable boy to
:he house; car-e:.-.
Apply at

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Drug

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In damp
way? a ".a
Snow Lir.:
who kr.ow

"hilly weather there is al al-r?e
r?e al-r?e lerr.ar.d for Ballard's
ner.: because many people
by experience its great re

lieving' power ;r. rheumatic aches and
pains, rrepare to apply it at the first j

bottle. Sold by all drug-gists. Ad.

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here
let U;

KOLD WB&THBR KOMFORTS
We hjv- the Urze-t ar. 3 bet stock of Iap Robes, an i Storm Aprons

i t;.:s ; ar: or t:.e ta:e. io neglect to prepare yoursell
i.irair..-: the coh. dlsagrt-eable days that will soon be
an unf jr-rivaV.e act when it i.-s so easy to come here and
;p. Our stock of bu'?y top.", canopies and awnings Is
ir. 1 we have tnoucrh hor.-e blankets for all the "old Dob Dob-ection.
ection. Dob-ection. Don't fail to call on us when In need of any-

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also c :rr:;
bins" in

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our line.

KNIGHT & LANG



OCALA EVENING. STAR. THUILSIlAV, XOVEMUEIt 28, 1012

i

Why Salves Caul Cere Eczema

Since the old-fashioned theory of fir firing
ing firing eczema through the blood has be or.
given ud by scientists, many fL.Terent
salves hare been tried for skin diseases.:
But It has been found that t..ese waives J
only clog the pores and cannot penetrate!
to the inner td;ln below the erlenTiis
where the eczema germs are lodged.
This the quality of pen trating
probably explains the tremendous s:c-j
cess of the 'well known lqi:id '-cz'ma
remedy, oil of winters teen, thymol,
cerine, etc.. rs compounded in Ia11).
Prescript ion.
We have sold other remedies for &kia
I:tf fU

STOUFFEKS MSSSSa

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

Ao E

THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

Call up Phone 300 and Let
PLUIVS

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee (o Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

Am we employ none hut expert we nrc In pomKIoii to ictinranlee c -ery
piece, of work we rontrucl to Htiuwl the Inspection of tbe mn
rltcld lunpei'lorM. It otH iiolhlim to tret our tlKiirrn. and you are the
winner, whether we necure the oontrn-t or not. ftlve u h trial
H. W. TUCKER

FOIIT KING CLOCK

BEAUTIFUL

We have One of the
in the State, Without

fifnls

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kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please yon in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

New

HOTEL CHURCHILL
1
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Uniou 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. $1.09 per day and up
, Special Weekly Rates.
Wit

Churchill & Co.

::-..i. :. ; ) .: i.r.r. t!:at v,o cva recom recom-t.
t. recom-t. r.. i ,s l.:j.hlv .';s this for we know that
D.D.D. : '.i th'i it.h at orxe. We just
-.vai-.t y t give D.D.D. a trial. That will
be erou--h to r.rovc it.
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RATES: SI and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
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The Root
of Evil

By THOMAS DIXON
Copyright. 1911. by Thomas
Dixon
you loUUU I've i:i;t i;i.::- j
llu.m a u' :
"No To p't it mil.Ily. you will v.
h fon-eil to Mppi.v t th rli.itity
reau for any titil- help hii
"You have -ouiitt'l '! " thri
As I to!l you n while ii- I've ju f t; t;-pun
pun t;-pun I've lieJne- n foot that cin h
the slohu. I've made up my iniiul to
have you with me. We won't li
terms now that's a mere detail the
tiling is for us to j;et at the dilTere:i- t-s
between us Now say the meanest ami
hardest things you ran think I under
stand
"My opiniri- Cal. of your !uinoss
methods are known to every one. They
say that the warriors of the Dakota
Indians used to eat the heart "f a
fallen foe to itxrease their courage
Your business methods haven't madt
much progress beyond this stajre. so far
as I can see."
llivens stroked Ids silken beard with
a nervous, puzzled movement and said:
"The passion for money, money for
its own sake, right or wrons. is the
motive power of the modern world
That's why I lau?h at my critics and
sneer at threats. 1 am secure because
I've built ray career on the biggest fact
of the century."
"But." Stuart broke in. "you don't
live. You are engaged in an endless
fight, desperate, cruel, mercenary for
what?"
"The game. man. the game!"
"Game? What game? To crush and
kill for the mere sake of doing it. as a
sheep killing dog strangles fifty lambs
in a night for the fun of hearing them
bleat?"
"But. Jim." the little financier pro protested.
tested. protested. "I don't make men as they are.
nor did I make conditions."
"Y'ou are a wrecker and not a
builder."
"But is that true?'' Bivens inter
rupted eagerly. "I'm organizing the
industries of the world. 1 have
furthered the progress of humanity."
"Yes, In a way you have. And if
the price of goods continues to rise
for another ten years as it has during
the past ten under your organizing the
human race will be compelled to make
still further progress. They will have
to move to another planet. Nolwxly
but a millionaire can live on this one
A day of reckoning is bound to come.
But a millionaire dies every day. No
body knows. No!ody cares. Is such
a life at its best worth living? And
yours is never at its best. You can t
eat much. You don't sleep well and
you can't live beyond fifty-five."
"Don't talk nonsense. Jim; I'll live
as long as you."
"And yet you turn pale when I speak
of death."
Bivens suddenly drew his watch and
spoke with quick, nervous energy:
"I must call those reporters and get
rid of them as soon as possible
He gave the order, and in a few
moments walked back into the room
followed by the newspaper men. a
half dozen young fellows with clean
cut. eager faces. Not one of them
showed a pencil or a note book, but
not a feature of the startling eshibi
tiou escaped their intelligence. Every
eye flashed with piercing light, every
nerve quivered with sensitive impres
sions.
They looked at Bivens with peculiar
awe. Stuart noted with a smile that
not one of them spoke loudly in the
presence of ninety millions of dollars
When Bivens led them out at last
and returned to the room, he was in
high spirits.
"Now. Jim." he U'gan hastily. "If
you have said all the bad things you
can M-sibiy think alout me. we'll
get down to business and I'll present
the big proposition you can't resist."
(ConHaued Tomorrow)
THE DEADLY DELAY
Those who put off using Hall's Tex Texas
as Texas Wonder for their kidney, bladder
and rheumatic trouble make a deadly
delay, $1 bottle gives quick and per permanent
manent permanent relief. Write for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
Lou'- Mo. Sold by druggists.
FOR SALE
The following varieties of fine cab cabbage
bage cabbage plants: Wakefield, Henderson's
Success and the Flat Dutch. Call or
order by mail. Address, C. Carmichael,
Ocala, or T. L. Bowers, Silver Springs,
Fix 11-1-lm
"There could be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My
children were all sick with whooping j
cough. One of them was In bed, had ;
a high fever and was coughing up j
blood. Our doctor gave them Cham- j
berlaln's Cough Remedy and the first
dose eased them, and three bottles
cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donald- :
son, of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
all dealers. Ad.
FRESH SEEDS
V.'e 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 Tydings
dings Tydings & Company. Ad.
LAKE WEITJ
Lake Weir, Nov. 27. Mr. Frel;
Smith, a former resident of Like
Weir, now of Clarksville. Ter.n., is ;
enjoying a visit among his old friend
here for a few weeks.
Mr. Parker, wife and two children
of Tampa are spending a few d.iy wit;;
Mrs. Walter Gray.
Mrs. Wm. McGahagin left Saturday
morning for a two weeks visit to her
daughter. Mrs. Moon of Dunnellon.
Shipments of citrus fruits are gj gj-ing
ing gj-ing forward now by the carload. All
the big packing houses on the lake are
running full time. Mr. Jesse Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, agent at Oklawaha, is always j

a; arid tujrt'i'i- arid polite
all.
T-:- ..yy.-r sur;.--r .v. :i ":.y t'.-e la--i
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? i- .v .ur,-:. Saturday T.1-: was a
-rj- -!-.-. T.-.-i- ..ri-.rr: following
t r !.y Mt.-. T. .4n 1 -. K.
;..r;. M. L-.r.-f.-r! .i:.d Mr. Huff-
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Mr-. ?:..-.,
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'.:: rav .v .. :;,-: ).-.v:r.t-s in tr.e
city ..f T ...; .. c jr.'v an 5 st.ue afore afore--
- afore-- i! J. :s'; i : ha; -ni l rirru will pay the
.-.f Out- lk,::'.r--l Inllarrf for each
an l f-vt ry a-e of starrii that cannot
e ir-J i.y of Hill's Catarrh
-'::r. Frank J. Cheney.
. S-.vrn be f. ire me an 1 subicr:'beJ
in :::y ;r'-.--r.. thi- ;.. vlay of De Decern
cern Decern 2er. A. I. 1SS5. A. W. Gleason.
'Seal Notary Public.
Hill's C.tiarrh Cure i taken intern internally
ally internally ar. 1 act. iirertly i:j,on the blood
rtii'l r.'jv'O.is urf:iC'f.- the system.
Semi for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Toledo, O.
Soil by all dr Heists. Zc. Take
Hall's Family Tills ftr constipation. Ad
FIKK WOOD
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Coney'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 cf the
city.
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. MANNING.
OIXIi: MOBDIS' MARKKT OVY.S
j The market formerly Known a?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 and be treated right.
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIK MORDIS.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Boll Top Desk J?22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Yudor Veranda Screen.. 1.75
One Veranda .Swiu; Seat .... 2.00
One Mission Tailor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 21.00
One Mission Library Table. . 0.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Ivtcnion Dining Tables
from ,s:i to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
II!
Iack of Marcus Fr&uk's
The very acme of quality In
ROASTS POULTRY
CHOPS BACONS
SAUSAGE BOLOGNA
STEAKS HAMS
is always to be had here where qual quality
ity quality and close prices go hand in hand.
We will convince you that this is the
market for you to patronize if you will
but grant us the trial. Phone 108.
Y. II. MA ItS -I, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY EI) vYRIS M RKEr
WE
FAN SFPI'LI YOU WITH
PF11E ICE
For All Purposes, Whether Your
Kequireineiit are for Home Fe
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
(MALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA
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Give proript rs'.tf frorr. L'ACIZACIIE,
KIDNEY ai.d i?LADrI"i TROUBLE.
RHEUMATISM, CO:"CL27ION of tht
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of th
BLADDFR cnJ til a-.r.cyir.g URINAR1
IRREGULARITIES. A p; ::ve bocn tc
MIDDLE AGED cr I I. L D E R L Y
people nd fi-r v;o:.:..
HAVI HIGHEST H?rC V V. E N D A T I O M
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K. uf l. Had I'lraanl Vllt in Orala
MonLa Micbt
M rtt-1. Nov. j7. A number of our
, .-irii-t-r.- ar- att-rsdinr the fair.
Mi-- M.ie Tucker. whi has ben
sptrr. i ;h .-umm-r near Glenville.
: : -2rnd horn- Saturday.
Mr ad Mrs. 1. Frt-yermuth are
vis:::u their daughter. Mrs. Maiiie
S j'.' : md at Christina.
Aii 'Ut ci.ildren enjoyed a birth birth-iuy
iuy birth-iuy party uiven by Mrs. .1. A. Nelson
i:i honor of the 7th birthday of her
littlf on. Mastt-r Allen.
Mrs. It. G. Lake and two little sons
; returned on Saturday from Georgia.
where '.'.'-.'-y have been visitins; rela relatives
tives relatives f.-r the pat few weeks.
! A number of tin- frU-nds of Mrs. L.
j A. Tucker pave her a surprise birth birth-i
i birth-i day party last Tuesday evening.
I St. J-jh r.s Sunday scho 1 was attend attend-ei
ei attend-ei last Sunday by Mr. (jm-je Freyer Freyer-n.uth.
n.uth. Freyer-n.uth. Mis- Ethel Sniitin Mrs. Masgie
Sutherland. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tucker
nl Miss Ven'a Hampton of Martel.
, The Martel F. V. of A. will hold its
j annual election of officers next Tues Tues-''lay
''lay Tues-''lay eveninsr. at which time an oyster
supper will be served. A full attend attendance
ance attendance is desired.
Miss Mary Kemp of Juliette spent
Sunday at Martel.
The annual election of-'offlcers of
Itijou Ludire K. of P. will take place
a week from Thursday nismt (Decem (December
ber (December 6th. Refreshments will be served
;and all members are requested to be
; present.
i A number of our loyal Knight at attended
tended attended 'the district convention of the
K. of P. lodge held in Ocala last Mon Mon-!
! Mon-! day nisht. They were as follows:
!Messr. J. A. Hicks. A. Gallapeau, A.
I P. Williams, C. II. Walker, A. B. Kemp,
'George Cross, A. A. Whittle, Will Mil Mil-jler
jler Mil-jler and Chas. N. Hampton. They also
: took with them Mr. W. II. Bird, who
i was initiated in the rank of page. The
i occasion was a most enjoyable one as
jtho Ocala boys never spare any effort
or expense to entertain their guests.
POHTO HICO'S NEW WONDER
From far away Porto Rico come re re-portj
portj re-portj 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 $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Ad.
FOU RENT
FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 23 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
Is your husband cross? An Irrltatle,
fault finding -disposition I3 often due
to a disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
natured. A great many have been per-
1 manently cured of stomach trouble by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
FOK SALE
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This outfit is almost
new and cost $4C0, but we offer it for
$IT0 spot cash. The Success Furniture
Co. 11-1
One of the most attractive campaigns
of advertising now funning in this pa paper
per paper is that of the White Clover Flour,
a fully guaranteed product, distribut distributed
ed distributed by the Teninsular Naval Stores Co.
of Tampa and sold by local dealers.
We trust that our readers will give
this flour a fair trial.
WE WILL MAIL YOU SI
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Hicnest prices pabi for olj Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
mail.
PhilH. Smelting A KeFlnlng: Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
si IheKtniit St., Philadelphia, Pa.
TO IJENTIST
We will buy your Goia Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad
ONLY A FIRE HERO
tut ttie crowd cneerea, 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, sores, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues Inflammation,
kills pain. Only 23 cents at Tydings
& Company. Ad-
SEED OATS
Thirty Day and Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
A GREAT DUILDIXG FALLS
when Its foundation Is undermined,
anl 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.
-Some people fail to win because
oth-rs do not loe.
Don't waste money ty buying
(Strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Damp Damp-;
; Damp-; en a piece of flannel with It and bind
it over the affected parts and it will
: relieve the pain and soreness. For
i ale by all dealers. Ad.
Go to the Ocaia seed Store for fresh
seeds. Ad.
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Huntsville, Ala. TV. c. Tollard, a
well known citizen says: "I have
;.-t-l Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
ar. 1 four.l it a most excellent prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. In fact, it suits my case better
tr.ar. any cough syrup I have ever used
jr. .1 I have used a goo 3 many, for I am
r.o-.v over seventy years old." Sold by
tr.e Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
. Cabbage, collard, 'ttuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed j
Store. Ad. i
Twinges or rheumatism, backache,
stiff j?.nts and shooting pains all
!.-hjw your kidneys are not working
.right. Urinary irregularities, loss of
i sle-p. nervousness, weak back and
.-ore k: Ir.eys tell the need of a good
reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney F'ills 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 al-.
. al-. ways sure. Try them. For sale by
I the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

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Boarding School for Boys, Conducted "by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual. Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mu Munificent
nificent Munificent Swimming Pool. Complete' Equipment in Scihoolrooras. Dorm
itories, Dining Hall ?nd HecreationRooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior
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32 Pounds per Bushel. Price $100 per Bushel.
Orders Filled Promptly. ADDRESS,
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and Irregular ovc! Movements.
Constipation Is tho most contmcn disorder of the boweist. It
effects both sejr-s and all Brn t. :t more prevalent amonj?
women because their duties in the household require less physical
exercise than the occur ticna cf men; therefore women Buffer
rsosi from Us Laneful effect. v
A constipated rrson Is an fas victim "when exposed to any
tcrious disease Pneumonia, Typho'i! Fever, ilalarla, Rheumatism,
fcmall Pox. Yellow Fever and Erigi.t's LiiStase gather their annual
harvest cf death emonjj those v.l.j arj habitually constipated.
Even though they escape tlee diseases", such persons aie alway3
ailing more or less. They have headaches, bad digestion, dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, virtigo (blind staggers), sallo-v complexion, flatulence, los3
cf strength; and no energy at all. 1 1 or hi no has a most admirable
effect in the bowels; it is cooling, porifying and regulating. It
puts a prompt cktck en biliousness, wind in the bowels, nervous nervousness,
ness, nervousness, heartburn, bad breath, low spirit?, drowsiae-3 la the day daytime
time daytime and nervous v.aktfulaesa ct nijl.t.
Pries 50c per Botilc.
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