For All of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
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OCA LA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912.
THE FURNITURE USN
ii 1 1 1 1
AN UNEASY FEELING in the stomach or
bowels, caused by indigestion or constipation, yields
(TIIE POWDEK FORM)
It removes 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 ar DKLint
Ak fir the g'na'ia with th f.-d Z n t. 1b:. If ynn rinnot f it rrmll to o. wo will
end ly iiiai I pontpaicl. hiiunioni Livr hmulcor ii put up .o iu nquij form lor tbo who prefer
it. Frite, Sl.uo per bottle. Look for the Ked Z label.
J. H. ZEILIN 6, CO.. PROPS.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
DFFIf P OVKOH TIIK
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.
J. E. GHACE
dooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
M, C. IZLAR
I, aw Library Bui! fling
OCALA, - FLORIDA
Dr. Therese Cluett
Acute ami Chronic IHseawe
of Women and Children a
Office No. 31, Holder Block
Phone 239 Ocala, Fla
W. 0. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AMU BUILDER
P. O. HOX 46 OCALA. FL.
HAVE YOl'H CAIl PAINTED
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. K. MclYEK and C. V. HOBEKTS
U Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclver 105
V. Roberts '305
vjndertakins: Office 47
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Phone 351 Stall No.
"Queen ol Sea Routes"
M ERCH T & MINERS, Til AN. CO.
u .viiiumh. l!;iltiiuorr. Philadelphia,
Itoston ami Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares: wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Agent,
L. D. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Flneat CoantwUe Trips Ibe World"
i.M TBOCL.t t 1 COHiT.'
lGC PACKAGE. AI.OO.
tterlln. Nov. 27. Winter is showing
up in good shape. We have had two
r three light frosts.
Mrs. If. W. Ha wis and children of
Ocala spent last week in Derlin visit visiting
ing visiting friends and relatives,
i Mr. G. C. Williams and daughter,
Miss Sadie, passed through IJerlin
last Thursday en route to their home
Mr. W. L. Watson, assistant state
demonstration agent, was the week
;end guest of county Demonstration
j Agent S. J. McCully. lie was favora favorably
bly favorably impressed with the county.
A purlo was given at the home of
jMr. and Mrs. Z. A. Crumtton last Wed Wed-I
I Wed-I nesday evening, which was well at attended.
tended. attended. Mr. and Mrs. Crumpton prov-
jed themselves charming host and
.hostess, and all who were present
spent a very pleasant evening,
j Mr. K. S. Tyner and son, Martin,
l from the northwestern part of the
1 county, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. McCully last Monday night.
They were en route to the county fair
where Master Martin made an exhibit
of corn grown on his acre of ground
as a member of the boys' com club.
Tiie following members of the Uoys'
Corn Club of I5erlin made exhibits of
their corn at the fair: Newal Priest,
Emmet Pettey. Harry and Claude Mc-
j Cully anil probably others.
j We are glad to report Mr. V. M.
Seckinger able to be out again after
a long spell of sickness.
Mr. T. M. Phillips of P.erlin spent
last Monday in the Prick City.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Iiurgess were the
! guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stephens
I Mr. S. J. McCully is attending the
! farmers' institute at the fair this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rawls had as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mc McCully
Cully McCully and family last Sunday.
j There will be preaching at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Saturday evening, Nov. 30th. at 7
o'clock. Also Sunday morning at 11
I Mr. Arthur r.rooks of Berlin and
Miss Mattie Godwin of Morriston were
'quietly married last Sunday afternoon
at the home of the bride's parents,
'Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Godwin. Rev. Eld-
ridge of Crystal River officiated.
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. V. Hall. 2926 Olive street. St.
Lou'" Mo. Sold by druggists.
OLLIE MORIHS' MARKET OP1.N'
The market formerly known as the
Oille Mordls' Is now open Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and flsh
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand aid be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia
Leroy, Nov. 27. Mr. and Mrs. S. XV.
Carter were shoppers in Ocala one day
Mr. XV. B. Newbern went up to Max Max-ville
ville Max-ville Thursday to look after his store.
Miss Mamie Parker and Miss Annie
Nichols went to Dunnellon Saturday
and returned Sunday night.
The scribe and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood
Johnson were invited to eat 'possum
with Mr. and Mrs. Steele and Mr. Cave
at York Thursday.
Mr. Ollie Roddenberry and wife of
Ocala came down Friday to visit rela relatives
tives relatives and friends and in the meantime
kill some fine porkers.
The writer extends his sympathy to
XV. II. Mullen in the loss of his wife.
Mr. Arthur Woodard of of Cotton
Plant passed through this place Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday enroute for Floral City, to get a
Mr. S. XV. Carter and son butchered
three fine porkers Monday.
A GREAT nriLDIXG FALLS
when Its foundation is undermined,
and if the foundat'on of health good
digestion is attacked, quick collapse
follows. On the first signs of indiges indigestion.
tion. indigestion. Dr. King's New Life Pills should
be taken to tone the stomach and reg regulate
ulate regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas Pleasant,
ant, Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at
Tydings & Company. Ad.
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney's residence, where I have a
I large stock of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak, all of which is well
seasoned. One dollar for a blsr load.
j delivered promptly to any part of the
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. MANNING.
j lninges ot rheumatism, backache.
i ?tiff Joints and shooting pains all
snow your k'dnevs are not workinsr
right. Urinary irregularities, loss of
sleep, nervousness, weak back and
sore kidneys tell the need of a good
reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills are tonic, strengthening and
restorative. They build up the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and regulate their action. They
will give you quick relief and contain
no habit forming drugs. Safe and al always
ways always sure. Try them. For sale by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Suit cases and trunks. The largest
line In the country, embracing every everything,
thing, everything, at Goldman's. Why Pay More?
II 10 DESTRUCTION
Scattered llroad-at l a TihMn Oter
FIMplae UlandM Hundred of
Manila. Nov. 2'j. Hundreds of lives
were lost during a severe typhoon
which occurred south of here yest-r- j
day. Immense property damage was :
The storm crossed the inlands jI j
Samar, Leyte and North Panay. leav-
ing rain in its path. The town of Ta- j Philadelphia. Nov. 2'.K Three sleep sleep-cloban.
cloban. sleep-cloban. the capital of Leyte. was prac-'ing ears and a day coach detached
tic-ally destroyed. Two steamer- were j themselves from a derailed Pennsyl-
wrecked in Tacloban harbor.
How many persons were killed by
falling houses, flying debris and by
drowning is not known, but the loss
of life is reported to have been great,
and the damaae is estimated at several
Another typhoon of unusual severity
is predicted by the weatht-r bureau
along the west coast of Mindanao. It
was impossible to obtain a complete
list of the dead and injured.
The storm swept over the islands
and the contiguous bay with .-light
warning, and as a result t lie loss of
life and property everywhere will be
large. Hundreds of small craft in the
harbors and bays were wrecked and
sunk with the boatmen manning them.
The flimsy houses of bamboo were
swept away by thousands and their
occupants hurled to death. Much suf suffering
fering suffering is bound to result to those who
escaped the fury of the storm.
Eelleview, Nov. 27. Mrs.
Rush came in last Sunday
home at Quincy, Mass.. to
winter with us.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Davis of Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield spent Sunday evening here
and attended services at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church.
Mrs. C. XV. Lane has been indisposed
for several days, but is now on the
Me.-srs. A. W. and F. W. Fuller,
father and son, from the White Moun Mountains
tains Mountains of New Hampshire, are stop stopping
ping stopping at the Hotel Marion for an irr irr-definate
definate irr-definate stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucius from Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, formerly of Eelleview, paid
their daughter. Mrs. G. J. Proctor, a
pleasant visit last week.
Mrs. G. R. McClendon was called to
Wildwood last Monday on account of
the serious illness of her father, Mr.
And Dad Hardison arrived back
from St. Cloud safe, sound, hale and
hearty, from a two weeks visit to Rill
Millsom. Those peopl down there are
looking for Dad to return, bag and
baggage, but we guess not.
Mr. Frank Norton, Mrs. Lummus
and Mrs. Phil Fort, all of Candler.
P.oston and other places. spent last
Monday visiting friends here.
START YOl'R LIVER,
DOX'T STOP WORK
Dodnon'M Liver Tone Acta Mildly, lint
- Surely. Livens I p the Liver and
You Stay on Your Feet
It Is the experience of calomel users
that if they take enough of the drug
to have the desired effect. It seriously
interferes with their work the day
after. But this Is the least import important
ant important item, for calomel is often a dan
gerous drug and acts on the system
Don't take chances with calomel.
Get a bottle of the pleasant, safe and
perfectly harmless Dodson's Liver
Tone, guaranteed to take the place of
calomel. Instead of making you feel
worse the next day it makes you feel
better and you actually are better,
for no remedy in the whole world
livens up the liver, regulates the bow bowels
els bowels and really rejuvernates the system
any better than this dose.
You are the sole judge of its merits.
The Court Tharmacy is fully author authorized
ized authorized to hand you back your morn-y
without question if it fails to please
you and relieve you.
Remember, if you feel constipated
and bilious, what you need is Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone. A large bottle and
a good guarantee for 50 cents from the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
FLAGGED TRAIN AYITII SHIRT
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ral Raleigh,
eigh, Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck
with Electric Bitters. "I was in a
terrible plight when I began to use
them." he writes, "my stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all badly af affected
fected affected and my liver was in bad condi condition,
tion, condition, but four bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters made me feel like a r.ew 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.
Cotton Plant. Nov. 2T. Mr. Robert
Douglas and Misses Alta Beck and
Carrie Bareo attended tii cane grind grinding
ing grinding at Mr. Jim Hudgens' last Thursday
St. Johns Sunday school was well at attended
tended attended last Sun-lay. Fellowship. Mur Muriel
iel Muriel and Vork being represented.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brooks passed
through Cotton Plant Sun-lay en
route to Berl'n and oidiown to spend
the day with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L A. Tu-.k-r and Miss
Ver la Hampton f Martel motored out
Sunday and attended Sun-lay :hool
Miss Fae Beck and Mr
Beck of Berlin a -n,:.ar,: 1
sister. Miss Alta Beck attei
day school here and -lir.el at
of Mr. and Mrs. I M Bare
Her friends here were
Mrs Corlrey Sutherland
schoil Sun-lay She i i-pa
pa i-pa rents at Marvi. H-r
sHter. Mr. Ge-.re Srt
! i v
v l -:
i- ; "i'
W. E. Veal and f.tu-iiy -f Is-a i.atta
will arrive Wednesday f r -- vera!
days stay with relatives ir. attend
C. R. Veal visit! tV? Br! k ".-y !a-t
Cotton Plant school will be wtll rep represented
resented represented at the fair Friday.
Mr. J. P. Daniel is spending thi?
week with Mr. Joe Hudgens at Berlin
A. W. Woodward made a business
trip to Floral City Tuesday.
Messrs. L. M. Dareo and C. R. Veal
j butchered hogs Monday,
j There will be preaching services at
I St. Johns Sunday. Everybody cordially
j Thert- will be a Christmas tree at
ithe church given by the Sunday school
on Christmas eve night.
U ( IUKM TO
Four Killed and Forty Wounded in
reek on the Iena I vanla
vania express at G!en Ixch yesterday,
plunged down a tv e ity-foot embank embankment
ment embankment and landed on of a string of
coal cars on a parallel tr.ick. The ac accident
cident accident took at least lour lives as toll,
while forty or more i isengers were
hurt. Probably sot ie t,f these are fa fa-t;tlly
t;tlly fa-t;tlly injured.
City of Toledo, ss.
Slate of Ohio,
Frank J. Cneney makes oath that he
is senior partner of tho firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
I city of Toledo, county and state afore-
ai I, and that said nrm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
V ct?red by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cu:e. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in :ny presence, this 6th day of De December.
cember. December. A. D. 1885. A. XV. Gleason,
Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern internally
ally internally ai.d acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Sei:,i f,,r testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & u Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Ad
Thirty Day and Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
Roll Top Desk $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Yudor Veranda Screen.. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Seat. . 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library Table. . 9.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
Hack of Marcus Frauk's
S. A. MOSES
General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS and PRODUCE
I am offering the following tcooda,
to the wholesale trade onlyt
King Applen, per barrel
York Imperial Apple, per bid.
Red (ianos Applen, per bbl....
Cape Cod Cranberrlea, per crate
Celery, per dozen bunches
CnrrotH, per erate
Fine Canadian Turnips priee on
MnlnKR Grape, per keK. .S4.50 to 5.00
Red OnioiiM, KM) lb. aaek l.O."
Yellow Onion, lOO lb. aaek l.'O
Virslnla Cahbaee, per erate 1.G5
New York Cahhaire, double crate.. 1.1H)
Special attention jelven to out of
town shipping order. Freh Mtoek al al-wmm
wmm al-wmm on band. Telephone 209. Neat
door north off Florida Auto Sale Co..
North Magnolia wtreet, Oeala, Fla.
IS THE BEST INVESTMENT IN
We buy, sell or develop business
property, city and suburban. Build Building
ing Building lots and suburban farm and truck trucking
ing trucking land. Write or see
TAMPA BAY LAND CO.
American National Dank Halldlng
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
ract Work. Gives more and better
jvork for the money than any other
nnrrqrrn" in the dtx.
Foley Kidney Pills
1 TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
: Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
'RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of tht
IkIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of tht
j BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
, I IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
B. A. Dt!, C7 WashiEton St.. Cocaerill
lad., is in hii 15th year. II. ti; m: "I Lavs
tiei lofT.red maoa from n.y k-dt.t s te i blad bladder
der bladder 1 bad severs bscksrbes asd try k idryy actios
ras too frsect, cauJicg me to losa much t-:ep
A nif ht, and in tr. j blauder there was o-crtstl
pain. I took roler hisney n:n rcr 6- me tins,
sad am now free of al! trouble aud a:n able to
b op and around. Foley Kioaey Fills bsvs kj
For Sale r AatJ-Moaopoly Drftor
and attending the cane grinding:
PARDON I IB
Vew York Lawyer, t'onvieted of a
Murder i ommltted Twelve Y ears
ko. Haw Iteen set Free
Albany. N..v. 2's. Albert T. Patrick.
wiio i s serv:nti a ljte sentence in Sing
Sing prison for the murd-r of William
Marsh llict. an aut 1 millionaire, has
bt-n pardoned by Governor Dix.
Patrick, who was saved from the
electric chair by the late Gov. Hig Hig-gins
gins Hig-gins in December, lS'.'O. has made a re remarkable
markable remarkable tiuht for freedom. A lawyer
by profession, he protested when Gov.
Hisgins couimuted the death sentence
of life imprisonment, declaring that the
governor had not leiral right to concel
tiie original .-t-ntence and impose a
punishment of life imprisonment.
"There always has ben an air of
mystery in tins important case. Gov.
Dix said, iiuotiha from the minority
opinion of the court of appeals, "the
atmosphere that surrounded the de defendant
fendant defendant showed that a fair and impar
tial trial was scarcely possible.'
"I trust that Mr. Patrick will devote
his energies to a complete vindication
of his declared innocence.
Kin ConMldered the t'ae
'During tiie past ye- I have given
much consideration to this case and
am convinced that the defendant is en
titled to have a full pardon."
Gov. Dix said Superintendent of
State Prisons Scott and scores of
prominent citizens appealed to him in
Patrick's behalf. The pardon was
mailed last night to Warden John S.
Kennedy of Sing Sing and Patrick
may be released today upon its receipt.
It is said Patrick plans to leave for
St. Louis, the home of John F. Milll Milll-ken.
ken. Milll-ken. his brother-in-law, but may re return
turn return later to New York as a claimant
for the millions left by the aged man
witli whose murder he was charged.
Mr. Milliken aided Patrick in his fight
for freedom and it is reported will
assist him in his efforts to prove his
Sentenced to Death
Patrick was sentenced originally
April 7. l!to2. and was immediately tak
en to Sing Sing death house. An appeal
was taken and on June 1. lt05. the
conviction was affirmed by the court
of appeals. The court later denied an
application for a rehearing and fixed
the week of Atiir. L'-". l'.'OT.. as the day of
Eventually the case was taken to the
t'nited States supreme court, which
dismissed the appeal for want of juris-
liction. Patrick contended that the
sentence of death had been commuted
against his wishes and asserted that
life imprisonment was harder to en
dure than the death.
Appeals now are pending in the court
of appeals on technicalities raised by
the convicted lawyer. The granting of
a pardon ly the governor restores him
WE WILL MAIL VOE SI
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent bv return
Phlla. Smrltlug S. ReFInlnK Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
s;:t I beMlmit St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
We will buy your Goia Fillings,
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad
SOI TH LA KK WFJIl
South Eake Weir. Nov. 27. Mr.
Frank Carney, who lias been to Cali California
fornia California for the past year, returned
Sunday. His many friends were glad
to welcome him.
Mrs. Fred Perrin was a visitor to
Vala one day last week.
Mrs. C. S. Gates, who has been quite
sick tiie pa--t week, is able to sit up a
little now. we are glad to report.
Mrs. C. E. Brown and son, Carl, of
Webster, came up Saturday and were
guests of Mrs. Browns parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gates till Tuesday, when Mrs.
Brown left for Ocala to see the fair.
Carl remained with his grandfather.
Mr. C. E. Albertson went to Ocala i
Tuesday to attend tiie fair. Many of i
our people will go up during the week, j
Mr. Milton Albertson drove up to j
Ocala in ms auto last week, accom-
panied hy Mr. F. W. Perrin.
Mr. James Carey is at home visiting
Mr. Will Foster. formerly of this j
place, but now living in Chicago, is
here with his wife and baby visiting
his sister. Mrs. .1. F. Sigmon. j
Rev. Albertson of Candler was a j
guest in our midst over Sunday.
ONLY A TIRE HERO I
but trie crowd cheered, as, with burn burned
ed burned hands, he held up a small round ;
box. Fellow.-:"' he shouted, "this j
Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev- :
erything beat for burns." Right: also j
for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, cuts, sprains. bruises. Surest
role .-'Are I s-ihit:in inflammation
, , (
Kills pain, only cents at ly clings
Zuber. N-.v. 27. Mr.
Titusville wis visiting
last Sundav. We were
in our town
glad to learn
rrom n;:n t
who is Mr.
Brother Williams preached at Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick Sun-Jay morning and evening and
at Martin Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Theorine nan 0f Lo.vell spent
Sunday night with the Fiiaw boys en
route to Ocala. as a witness in
case of the r.egro killing from
Mr. Bruce Meff-r: passed through
our town with a brand r.ew Ford tour- I
ing car for Mr. R-.-hers n at Reddick. j
He says he can't ut enough Fords to'
fill his orders.
G-t-ss Mr. Towr.s-nd can
aut-j himself as
Mathews go up
I't didn't see Mr.
Martin last Sunday,
home studying an an-1j
1j an-1j so to Martin,
zrinding cane this
r.cer is home from
- Titui ville.
G ;ess he was at
other gojd excuse
Mr. Turner J J-Week.
Week. J-Week. Mi-s A::. a i. la S;
' -r -xter. 1 vi -it
T.e of the most attractive campaigns
liverrising now running in this Di
rer is that of the White Clover Flour,
a fully g.:.ir-r.ed product, distribut distributed
ed distributed by the Peninsular Naval Stores Co.
of Tampa and sold by local dealers.
We trust that our readers will give
thi? f.our a fair trial.
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 TO 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
(0. GL leapt (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida
F. E. McCLAXE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Office, 333. Eulte 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwent
Dr. McClane's Residence. 407. Corner of Public Iquare
Notet CaM made h perla appointment. Special Uenltc Urinary dial.
after 7 p. ni. each flay.
OCALA LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
Jobbers and Dealers in Everything in
Building Material, Including the Following:
Upson Board and Beaver Board
MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS
No Order too Large or None too Small (or Prompt Attention
ards. Warehouses, Mill and Business
Offices on S. A. L., A. C. L and Ocala
PHONE 223 OCALA, FLA.
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, no
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and uj. European Plan. $1.00 per day and op op-Special
Special op-Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
OCALA WEEKLY STAR, FRIDAY, XOYE31BER 29, 1912
OGALA EVENING STAB
Hittlnger & Carroll Proprietor.
R. R. Carroll, Iiu!nes Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the po.stofficf at s
Fla.. as second class mail im.'trr
A TIIK STAII VKHV Hf:i.F
'ocnla Peopl- Turned Out in Forc-e to
Inirraxr the Fair tteiidn-e
f r u
i h.r.i t
The editor of the Star is rathf-r care careless
less careless when It com." t talking about
the recent strike in Jack-on vill-. For
instance, he ay in tin- isru- of la-t
Tuesday that the governor' request
for a loan "to pay the soldiers was re refused
fused refused by the oligarchy that a mi-tit
charter has put In control of the me metropolis
tropolis metropolis of the state." As a matter of
fact, the Kovernor has only .-j-'-' -Nd
that he would ask for the money--and
not even indicated the amount n-ed-d.
And Incidentally the Star initit re remember
member remember in all the talk ai.oiit t',.c
"enormous expense that the ;11 of tit-,
troops made for the state- that Inv.il
county represents a mode-t part of the
state and will herself bear a part of
the expense, and would promptly and
cordially assist Ocala or any
seclon of the state in tim- "f
If we have said anything
Jacksonville that we shouldn't
we withdraw it and apologize.
Our Information in this as,- was
drawn from a Jacksonville paper. I:
stated very plainly that the ;ty gov government
ernment government of Jacksonville did not int rid
to loan the state any money if the re request
quest request was made.
We remember many thins. and
some thlnKs we have forotten. but we
do not remember to have ever befor. befor.-heard
heard befor.-heard or seen it stated that Iuval
county represented a modest part of
h tatf We have heard Duval coun
ty accused of many things, but until
we saw the Times-Union of Thursday.
Nov. 28, 1912. modesty was not anion:,'
them. Neither have we any doubt that
Jacksonville would ably and cordially
assist Ocala in anything where Orali
needed help. And we can assure the
T.-U. that Ocala will never balk at
helping Jacksonville when Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville needs assistance.
But we hope Ocala will never dis disgrace
grace disgrace herself by squalling for help for
such a trivial reason as the .1 a kstn--vi
lie streetcar strike.
We have carefully read -ur Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville exchanges and talked with
the Ocala soldiers who were sent to the
metropolis during the strike. We have
not seen or heard of anything in the
shape of a riot that fifty determined
pol'cemen with night-sticks, and re revolvers
volvers revolvers to back them, couldn't have
We had personal experience with a
strike a number of years ago. It look
place in a mountainous country, and
the strikers numbered from fioo to a
thousand, men, acquainted with the
country, armed with modern rilles and
well supplied with ammunition.
The force sent against them was
about the same in number as that sent
to Jacksonville last month. It was
composed of the same sort of material:
that is, young men of the cities and
towns, but much less experienced and
not near so well armed as the Florida
troops. Yet this force in two weeks
put down the strike, or rather rebel rebellion,
lion, rebellion, defeated the rebels in several
smart skirmishes, in which a dozen or
more men were killed, captured over
two hundred prisoners and Hundreds of
rifles better than their own govern government
ment government guns. This was a case where it
was really necessary to call out the
military force of the state.
We don't think soldiers should be
called out unless there is real neces necessity
sity necessity for calling them out. If, there is.
they should be called out and set to do
a soldier's duties in a soldiery way.
The four companies of state troops in
Jacksonville, if properly handled, can
disperse any "mob" that can assemble
In that city. Its utter foolishness to
call out men armed with rilles and
bayonets that they mustn't vise:
neither should they be called out to
disperse a few hundred unarmed work working
ing working men and boys that fifty resolute
policemen or deputy sheriffs could
b.g cro-vd of Ocala p-.j
the f,'.r -rounds
I-:v ryt :.in w.- or
when t.ie r ices be an.
no so very
ar, rear, 1
rr. ad- '-'i
e.J an 1
,$- vt-n out -to
The crowd was
:. but a better lookinz
be found anywhere. It
h1"!:'sT entirely of well-r-'sperou-
o!k Verv few colored
shiver to see it. Mr. LaGranse Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk drove the car. in which were
Mrs. Slsirunk and -daughter. Miss Vir-
ainia and Mi-- Annie Atkinson, all
capped and gowned in white, and driv
ing away with their brlseht
smiies the ei.ill that would
have emanated from the
looking carriage. Mr. Will
...v of Sanford accompanied
The colors of the L.ot
ber-ominaly borne by the
iii this staple crop. Som
exhibits of suar eane
from different part? of the county. j
One of the most elegant exhibits and,
.one that makes one wish to get among j
them and taste their delic'ous Savors, j
is the department of canned and pre-:
served fruits of all kinds, jellies, pre-
ome-mide wines :
were male j
- e n
r 1 wa-- fill
-e : ar:1:-
h on Ire
n .i r.
-. 1 td
t!,e or.federaey car. which was
tained by Mrs. J. It. M-Jorheai. a.
t.ani-1 bv several officers of the
Owina to the death of little "Bee"
Sanders, who was a charter member
of the cradle roll of the Children of th
"onfederac y. this ln:jht organization
did not take part in the auto parade
this year as la.-t. It is to be hoped no
and vinegars, etc.
The fair has never in its previous
years made as good a showing of vel velvet
vet velvet beans, pea and baled forage stuffs,
around feed of all kinds for hogs, cat cattle
tle cattle and horses.
Trie display of dairy utensils
Johnny Joae With 111 My Attrac-
Horn Will be Here
j The carnival to be held in Ocala all
I week commencing Monday, Dec. 2.
'promises to outclass anything of its
;k:nd ever held in this city,
i The carnival in America as It has
(developed during the last year Is to-
or.e "f the most interesting and
important features in the category of
tnu i r.n,li.. j'.iinernsnt Ir fills a nlace
tne methods of handling their products ;coull u polhly bfe filled by
'i-hii c.-in 'l.-inif-ratiriT! of the well
The display of lime and lime r.ro- "". 1 .'.. - '.
Known iorms 01 circus, museum, ine-
rn u c n
in their ranks in the
ra- e ; r.i T
-tr;kin -a a l.io
j ar I fr :
Two rv r
ih'.-sie M:i K.lv
- ., i i u,, : -e
the .T il. -' i!i I
lar- and bill- dr
bo.ve t h(-y i rri
and thank- a:n
In the first rac
Mr. Horr,e'- 4 . r -1
; ory. I'arrie
i irm; ha I 'a
t ,e county, lined the
auto display was
if handsome cars was
i ,-r..s nor-es M-s.-es
n i M iriruerite Iirooks
row 1 i.n the steps of
Dime-, -isiartt-rs. dol dol-;.pe
;.pe dol-;.pe 1 rapidly into the
b-d and their smiles
re war led t -o do
Woo 1 nut.
to vie vie-Weller
Weller vie-Weller w a s a
"JAMES A. SMITH
Mr. James A. Smith died last niiiht
at Eastlake. Mclver & MacKay pre prepared
pared prepared the body for shipment today to
Mr. Smith's home at Fast 15rooktield.
Mass. He was 70 years of age.
THE POPILAR VOTE
Returns In from all tha state
the popular vote as follows:
The rema'ns of Klmer, the 1 -year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crosby,
of Orange Springs, were laid to rest in
Greenwood yesterday afternoon. Rev.
Banyan Stephens officiated and spoke
comforting words to the sorrowing
parents, who most deeply felt the loss
of their bright little boy. He leaves
beside his parents two sisters and a
brother his father sadly said they had
a complete family circle, which is now
II. Mat news'
driven by Sprairue, won.
The motorcycle race was the thrill-in-;
evcn There were four entries
Oeorye 'ham:ers with the celebrated
Tiior machine. Laurie Yonue on his
tried Indian. Ralph .1-C.,rkle on Harry
Fuu set fs Indian and Claude Haycraft
on a Hurley-Davidson. At the word,
thev were off like a flash. Chambers
Thor led at Cue start, but on the third
round the spark plu-.; worked loose and
l.e had t stop. Ieore has had hard
luck. St doubt that lie has a superb
machine, but he has had an accident
The oilier racers flew around the
track a.ualn and again. Laurie led at
first, but Ralph came grimly on" be behind,
hind, behind, crcepirt-; up inch after inch and
when the race was half over he went
ahead and kept his Pad. Claude Hay Hay-craft
craft Hay-craft is a splendid rider, but his ma machine
chine machine was not so powerful as the other
two and he steadily lost ground. Mc Mc-Corkle
Corkle Mc-Corkle won in 12:48.4-.".. and Yonge
came in only a few seconds later.
, This was less than 77 seconds to the
1 (Jordon Moorliead on Louis IP won
the running race. 1
! Just after the motorcycle race, the
auto parade arrived. This was much'
shorter than was expected, owing to'
the cold, bur it was certainly super-
ior in ouality.- It was headed by Fire :
('hief Chambers and Fireman Robert;
Thagard in the' department's auto.'
which was spick and span with polish- J
ed paint and gleaming brasses. Which
is the way :t is always kept.
Next was Mr. J. II. Spencer's car.
driven by the stalwart John, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and children and
Mrs. W ill Goin. all in pink, to match
their beautiful pink chrysanthemum
Mrs. L. F. Plaloek. accompanied by
Miss Louise Xixon, came next in Mrs.
Rlalock's car. The body of the car
.had been transformed into a big bas basket
ket basket of white chrysanthemums,- which
with the two ladies attired in white,
i made a most pleasing picture.
Mrs. T. !:. Rridges' was the butter butterfly
fly butterfly car. and most pretty to see. Mr.
Leroy Itridges guided the. car, which
was occupied by Mrs. P.ridge.-, Misses
I'unice Kllis. Khoda Liddon and Clara
Johnson, and little Frances Gary. The
lilies we're attired in yellow with
butterfly ornaments to match the car.
and the pretty little Gary girl was a
genuine butterfly fairy.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton's car. the nap nap-tha
tha nap-tha launch Siren, was the most orig original
inal original ever s.-en here. It represented a
big gasoline launch, and with Mrs.
Hampton at the steering wheel, seem seemed
ed seemed to float rather than roll. Mrs.
Hampton's yacht was manned, or
rather girled, by a most charming
crew Mrs. Gay Livingston. Misses
Marguerite I'orter. Hester Dewey,
Lidie McDougald and Lois Kllis.
Then came Mrs. Otis Green's poin poin-setta
setta poin-setta car. representing the onera
j'Snowwhite." to be given by the Wo Wo-j
j Wo-j man's Club at the Temple Dec. 1:5. Mrs.
Mary Kagleton. the handsome gipsy
-1Vt' iueen. sat enthroned in the car, which
! was driven by Miss Susie Lou Kllis,
who will be "Snowwhite," in the play.
: Misses Xellie Wallis and Sarah John Johnson,
son, Johnson, two fairies and an elf. attended
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk's car was in har harmony
mony harmony witii the day. It was coated
with frost and decorated with snow snowballs
balls snowballs till it gave everyone a delicious
next twelve months.
.Mr. K. I'. Rentz's car carried the em emblems
blems emblems of the Ocala Hlah School. With
him in the car were Mis-es Martha
Kate Rentes. L'linor Nixon and Marian
Mr. and Mrs. R. ". Muncaster and
their hand.-ome little son closed the
procession in John Spencer's fine, new
Ruick. il riven by Mr. Roy Luckie. Mr.
and Mrs. Muncaster were splendidly
attired as king and jueen. and looked
the part. Their appearance was spe specially
cially specially creditable when it is remember remembered
ed remembered they only had an hour or two to
The prizes were awarded as follows:
First, Mrs. 1 F. Rlalock: second.
Mrs. H. M. Hamj. ton; third. Mrs. Otis
Green: fourth. Mrs. T. K. Rridges.
All the ladies deserved great praise,
not only for their good taste and in industry,
dustry, industry, but for their public spirit and
courage in braving the bitter wind.
The judges and 'imekeeper on the
stand were Messrs. Clarence and Jack
Oarnp. George Macfvay and George K.
Robinson. The clarion voice of Charlie
Mulhall announced decisions thru the
megaphone. The prizes in the auto
parade, however, we are informed,
were awarded by strangers, visitors
to the fair from other communities.
The LflMt Day of the Fair
The last day of the Marion County
Fair opened with magnificent sunny
weather. The crowd began to enter
the gates at an early hour and by 11
o'clock the grounds presented a very
lively appearance and by early after afternoon
noon afternoon the crowd was by far the largest
that has attended the fair this season,
all of the trains bringing in a good
many passengers and the special
trains bringing good crowds on both
The cool weather has kept all perish perishable
able perishable exhibits in a fine condition: the
vegetables, meats, fruits, etc., and all
green farm, garden and orchard pro products
ducts products keeping their freshness to the
: last day. All exhibits have been left
'iispiay or lime and l;me r.ro
ducts by the Meffert kilns was one of
the representative features ..f the fair
and gave a fine example of the import-
ante to the county and the state in
general of this great industry.
Mr. Washburn's splendid exhibit of
Mexican antiquities cont'nues to at attract
tract attract a crowd and keeps that gentle gentleman
man gentleman telling what the curious old
relics were used for and how they
A stock or horse man could not fail
atrical. vaudeville and athletic at attractions
tractions attractions on an elaborate scale, and by
offering this variety of amusement, the
better known, and bigger carnival
companies in America have not only
succeeded in becoming "popular" in
tiie common acceptance of the word
but also in reaching a position well
alongside of circus and athletic sports.
to reali.e that here he c
in those lines of business,
a careful inspection of the
horse an 1
said to a
realize 1 b
in the line
if he made
pens. One stranger
man that he never
ore what Florida could do
of raising hg.. but he was
now that the industry was
intact till late this afternoon and
many of them have been added to up to
as late as today.
The different buildings and depart- i
merits were filled most of today with j
eager visitors who were examining and j
admiring the exhibits. The farmers';
call this an "off year" and for such aj
year, the exhibits are certainly most j
creditable and in many respects are i
superior to any ever made before.
The exhibits of citrus fruits would
gladden the heart of any grower of
these fruits. The oranges, grapefruit,
tangerines and lemons certainly do the
county proud. Messrs. Wartmann and
Crosby of Citra are especially proud
of their exhibits and the blue ribbons
The fine exhibits of cured hams and
shoulders and the great group of fram framed
ed framed photographic views of the Meffert
farms attracted a great many visitors
and were the subject of much pleased
Some of the most magnificent fall
garden stuff has been on exhibition in
jthe agricultural building. Turnips.
cabbages. Irish and sweet potatoes,
lettuce, beans, squash, etc., are as tine
as any gardener could wish for.
The d'splay of corn from many dif different
ferent different fields is a most gratifying ar array
ray array and shows that the county excells
success here. I
The cattle pens are a revelation to
the man from the north and the fine
home raised colts and mules give one
an ilea of what might be done in the
raising of horses and mules for the
If one particular feature of the fair
was better than another it was the
great poultry exhibit. Many state
fairs would fall far short of the won wonderful
derful wonderful exhibit made !n this depart department.
ment. department. Hundreds and hundreds of chick chickens
ens chickens of all breeds, turkeys, .lucks, geese,
pigeons, etc.. were shown and of the
finest possible specimens in the differ different
ent different breeds. This exhibit always had
a crowd passing through and many
strangers wished to know where they
could buy specimens of the fowls.
Truly this great industry, the "Amer "American
ican "American hen." was well represented at the
The woman's building was filled with
exhibits of every known kind of needle
and fancy work and attracted a stream
of visitors all day long. The care and
industry represented I y this depart department
ment department is wonderful. The beauty and
wonder of the exhibits is far beyond
, the ability of a "mere male scribe" to
i There was a good crowd always in
the negro lmilding. one half of which
! was taken up with the great exhibit of
; Fe.-.senden Academy and Industrial
From a poor beginning not
years ago the carnival sj.irit went
forth in many cities and the first thing
ar.y one knew carnivals had develop developed
ed developed into a ureat annual amusement
even: in th. greater number of large
cities and other small places In the
country. Hundreds of fertile brained
individuals have devoted their time and
talent to perfecting the idea for bet better
ter better entertainment for the masses.
Johnny J. Jones is among the fore foremost
most foremost of these latter day managers
with new ideas and new methods for
the elevation of this particular line of
amusement and enterprise.
When a sightseer visits his midway
it is said the feature which attracts is
the character of the crowd in attend attendance,
ance, attendance, as they say in the society col columns,
umns, columns, "the elite of society" is there as
well as the masses, and no matter what
class they belong to or what their na nationality
tionality nationality may be they will be enjoying
It can easily be imagined therefore,
that to satisfy their desire the fun in
the midway will be fast and furious.
Delighted crowds of pleasure seekers
will doubtless find that the various
siiows with the Johnny J. Jones aggre aggregation
gation aggregation are really meritorious, and of a
character that appeals to them as
: worthy of patronage. The reputation
that the firm brings with it to Ocala
as purveyors of amusements is of the
THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS
The Bank service that counts is the ser service
vice service that meets th customer's every require requirement.
ment. requirement. The Munroe Sz Chambliss Bank is pre prepared
pared prepared to meet every reasonable demand of its
customers. We are always in a position to
do just a little more than ordinary conditions
In this way, we merit the onfideiue of
those we serve,- and trv to deserve the ae ae-counts
counts ae-counts of all who appreciates excellent service
and courteous attention.
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
fall up Pltoiitf 200 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your
' 2 t! 3 asl
Wc Guarantee to Save You .Money on ny Work In Our Lines
Ao irf noploy none but ex perm c tire In ponlllon to Kunranfre r.
rt y ti-ct- it ork Me ronntruet to eland th luietlou of tttr mm(
rlul.l Invert tori. It notliliiK to irrt our tin'irew, Hittl you tire th
ntnnrr. tthrtlirr ve nfpurf tbe -otitrn-f or not. Ulr n trial.
M. V. TUCKER
i oar k:o iii.k k
tit Al., FMHUIIA
highest. He lias pained it is said in
many other places the fullest amount
'of praise as a man of sterling busi business
ness business ability who fulfills his word to
(the public faithfully. It is doubtful if
niany other than his employees know
(this man if they meet him on the
i streets. He is unostentatious, pleas pleas-a.nt.
a.nt. pleas-a.nt. very quiet in action and mild in
; For many years he has been catering
ex- .to f. ni n t rmmhT" of i sr-ri m in n t i n r
followers, always trying
to obtain the so much desired popular popularity,
ity, popularity, supremacy and leadership that
goes' with success. Adv.
; School, and the other half with
ihibits of preserved goods, fancy work, j amusement
;ana tne nammvorK ot craitsmen in
different branches of mechanical skill.
The negroes of Marion county always
make a fine exhibit and come to the
front with representative products of
their thrift and industry.
Messrs. Mclver &' MacKay's build building
ing building always held a crowd and their fine
exhibition of furniture, housefurnish-
insr iroods and farm and mprli.inir.il
t loriaa. mat v.. j;. liomnson win mane
Of Application for Pardon
Notice is hereby given
14074 of the Statutes of
the state of
the success of
The Star agrees with the Banner
that the eleventh hour men are en entitled
titled entitled to equal wages. We seldom see
an eleventh hour man. tho. who doesn't
want a bonus. And if it wasn't for the
first hour men, there wouldn't be any
MONDAY, DEC. 2
Social Event oi the Season
On the Characlc-r of Csnilv I
depends its fciness for
No Candy is so veil fittec
and graciously accepted as
Candies of Rare Quality
AND COMPANY 0FCCMEPIAN5 IN
President-elect Wilso 1 has invited
Mr. Bryan to confer with him imme immediately
diately immediately after his return from Bermuda.
r..' t ---- (f'tjf
i-jr A COMEDV IN rCGR ACTS
Mr. J. Fred DeBerry, one of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's handsome and patriotic electors,
has received a letter of thanks for his
good work In the campaign from
Woodrow Wilson. Fred is well known
and much liked in Ocala.
The Servians have occupied the Al Albanian
banian Albanian port of Durazzo and told Aus Austria
tria Austria to go hang.
Ar armed bunch of Mexicans has
ridden across the frontier into New
Mexico. We see their finish.
A citizen of this community, gang gangplank
plank gangplank in architecture, retiring in dis disposition
position disposition and hirsute in appearance,
thinks he has received a second i.Us i.Us-sing
sing i.Us-sing Meeting a couple of young la ladies
dies ladies of his acquaintance in Trol. r's
the other night, he was so embarrass embarrassed
ed embarrassed that he swallowed a cup of choc chocolate
olate chocolate right out of the tank without
stopping for it to cool. He scalded the
inside of his mouth and neck dread dreadfully,
fully, dreadfully, but bore the pain with heroic
fortitude. He said last night that h.
found that he was able to pull some if
his whiskers out. and thinks that the
scalding liquid killed the roots. If lie
can only pull them all out. the invol involuntary
untary involuntary heioic treatment will save him
45 cents a week at the baiber shop.
Special Reservation will be
made for oul of (own Patrons
SEATS NOW ON SALE
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75c, 50c Balcony
We Have a Car for You
In selling new oars we have taken
excellent cars in exchange, all com com-I'lerely
I'lerely com-I'lerely eqtsippe.l an-i guaranteed in
perfect sha;e. They will be sold
away under lirst cost and real value.
Let us send you j.rioe list: we can
sae you money.
VVM. C. THOMAS
State Distributor for American.
Haynes. .Marion. Regal Cars
and in-liana Trucks
(H: Mnin St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
T. W. TROXLER
21 Main Street
in exchange for a
of things you need and
You can add the names
of friends if you please.
The DREW Co.
Jacksonville : : : Florida
implements helped out
the fair wonderfully.
The Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. al always
ways always held a crowd in its building,
where is shown a fine line of building
materials and "everything that goes
into the construction of a house." Its
exhibits ot manufactured goods, both
foreign and made in its own factory,
was well worth anyone's time to visit.
The demonstration of Tetley's Teas
and the giving of prize drawing tick
ets in this building lent additional in interest.
terest. interest. Frank Mathews' graceful motorboat
attracted much attention.
The Marion Hardware Company's
fine exhibit of agricultural machinery
and implements of all kinds was a
most excellent display and filled a big
niche in the fair.
The exhibition of automobiles was
a pretty feature and always drew a
lot of inspection from the crowd. The
Florida Auto Sales Co. showed one of
its big Hudson cars. Mr. R F. Condon
showed a Reo and the local agent of
the little Met" had a car on display.
Mr. Bruce Meffert exhibited a Ford
car of the new model.
Mr. R F. Condon's musical booth
with the fine showing of musical in instruments
struments instruments and the excellent music
supplied by the young ladies in charge
was always a center of attraction.
The demonstration of t lie Cheek Cheek-Neal
Neal Cheek-Neal Coffee by the Ocala Grocery Co.,
the local distributors of the wares, was
fine and the American Agricultural
Chemical Co. had a most interesting
exhibit of its wares.
The big lecture tent of the Florida
Experimental College's farming de department
partment department was always well filled and
many a Marion county farmer receiv received
ed received much valuable information thre.
The tents and shows were fairly well
patronized and were all good in their
way. The restaurants were well con conducted
ducted conducted and their service and charges
KaMterllnc Won a IltPue Itlhhon
Mr. George W. Kasterling won the
blue ribbon this mornina: at the fair
with his beautiful black buggy horse
Prince, given for liie best driving
horse and rig. Mr. Kasterling is just justly
ly justly proud of the ribbon.
How It Looked at Three O'Clork
At three o'clock this afternoon there
were nrobablv 3,000 people on the
(grounds and among them many school
children, their parents and teachers
from different portions of the county.
The big crowd was enjoying itself
thoroughly and everyone was well
1 ne motorcycle rae had just been j
I concluded with rt.i'rih M.-i'orkle com-!
mg in the winner, laurie 1 onge sec-
McCorkle's time for the five miles
fix minutes and seventeen sec
onds, a tire exploded on George
Chambers' machine and he narrowly
escaped s-rious injuries. As it was he
slowed the machine greatly before It
fell, and while he rot a hard fall, he
was only .-lightly bruised and badly
The crowd held its breath
thought a serious accident
annual Ma Ma-become
become Ma-become his-
application to the pardoning board of
the state of Florida, meeting at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, Florida, in regular session, for
a pardon, the said K. Ii. Robinson hav having
ing having been convicted on a charge of em embezzlement,
bezzlement, embezzlement, said conviction taking
place in Marion county, the place of
the commission of the alleged offence,
at the spring term of the circuit court
thereof. r.U2 A. D.
Signed: K. R. Robinson.
Is your husband cross? An Irritable,
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 permanently
manently permanently cured of stomach trouble by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
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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ALL NEXT WEEK
STARTING MONDAY NIGHT
0CJLv mBK DEC.
BIG NEW I
INTREPID SEN SENSATIONAL
SATIONAL SENSATIONAL Free Acts
. on 1.
In a short time the fifth
rion County Fair will have
A Colossal coterie of tented entertainment UDE LUX"
without a counterpart on earth. More exclusive special
and sensational features than ever seen under one man management.
agement. management. :::::::: : :
NTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF NOVELTIES
NOTH i: OF IMM.IC VTIOV FOR T
Ieel I nler eotion of ( banter
4. I.awN of Florida. j
No: ii-f i- ht-reby sriven that Sumner
Li:ri!r ';'! pan v. purchaser of taxi
No. :;'. dit l the 2nd day
A. I. T.':2. h is f, l sai l c-r-j
rr.v '.frl. -. and has ma le an- I
.it!"'!, f.-.r tax ded to ;ssu- in ac-
"'! if:. with law. .iid frtififate
"''r.-j -- t:.- f -I!ow:ns described
r --rty i:;.-i:-d !r. Marion rAynty.
I r i -1 ;i to- -Ait: V of nw
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Take Place Twice Daily at 3 p.m.
and 8 p.m. on the Show Grounds
Honesty, Cleanliness, Sobirety
and Morality, Our Past Reputa Reputation
tion Reputation a Guarantee tor the Future
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-i na tur tur-"f
"f tur-"f Nv-n
'ourt Marion Fla
F1OT1E AuTS Presenting Oscar Babcock in his famous
Milt iMll d Loop the Loop and Thomas Quincey,
' America's Champion Shallow Water High Diver. The high
est salaried Artist carried with any amusement company.
OCALA WEEKLY STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912
7. Extracts From a Mary
BEGIN WITH Sl.OO
"I called at the Commercial Bank today and introduced myself to
the cashier. When I told him I wanted to know more about a savings
account, I found him very ready to explain it all to me.
"It's a very simple matter, and I had supposed it would mean a
great amount of trouble and red tape.
"It was so easy, I took a dollar out of my pocket (I will not miss
it) 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
GOOD WORK OF THE
HED CROSS GIRLS
i The y.-ung Lilies who were working
fur the hospital jeterday collected
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94
i the helpful sum of $282.85. and receiv received
ed received promisfs that more funds would be
Legislator Liht of Rediick was
pai i in today.
Initial stationery, 35c.
Gerigr's Drug Stores. Ad.
the box at
Hot drinks at the refreshment
stands have gone up to 10 cent:-. ;
Till- FOLLOWING PRODUCTS 01 THE KM'-NGLCO. OF MONT MONTGOMERY,
GOMERY, MONTGOMERY, ALA., TO CE ON S UE 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., are Southern made
and have proven superior in all others.
A number of prominent cilizrns ol Oral a. aie inter interested
ested interested in the Kle-Nol Co., as stockholders, which
alone is a good reason y you should.
Include in your next order to your grower or druggist
one or more of the above.
Mr. Montholon Atkinson of Oldtown
was a pleased visitor to the fair.
; .-''Mrs. S. R. Pylest has most kindly do donated
nated donated her jellies and preserves, that
have been on exhibition at the fair to
I the hospital. They will be sold and
the proceeds added to the buildine
We regret to learn that little Den
Borden continues to be very sickT
Pure Food and Meat Mall, city mar market,
ket, market, phone 471. 31. C. Donh. 11-22-tf
White Pine and Tar
will stop that cough
the Court Pharmacy. Ad
Try a bottle at
! The Florida Title and Abstract Co..
of this city, has just completed one of
the largest if not the largest abstract
i ever compiled in this county. It was
jmaae lor a i-lonaa corporation on
q i lands owned in this county and con-
I laiii." jiducs ana over iu'JU entries.
jThis company, with one of the finest
Clear, northeast wind.
Minimum temperature, C3 degrees.
Maximum. r5 degrees.
Average. 40 degrees.
Minimum temperature this morning,
Fair tonight and Saturday, slightly
warmer north and central portions.
TIIK VOl Ci MEN'S HALL;
One of the most beautiful dances
ever aiven in Oeala occurred last eve evening
ning evening at Yone's hall, when the young
men entertained in compliment to the
many attractive visiting girls who are
in the city. The assemblage for this
Thanksgiving ball was a most bril brilliant
liant brilliant one and included all of the so society
ciety society sets.
The hall was decorated with a great
deal of kill. Quantities of palmetto
and magnolia was used for the walls
7ZI itrht t ,ha Tm hnd titles in the state, is doing a fineand ,niny artificial garlands, which so
This is amateur night at the Tern- ; . effectively carry out the season, adorn-
ple, and you will miss it
Mrs. Ira F. Bennett, after a
ant visit to her old home here
i arA Mr r (Mark of M-irtel
, Aithis morning for Savannah, where she
were among the pleased people at pel ,... ..J f out
; ; win speiiu x lew iify n nil Iier Sister, :
'Mrs. Geo. F. Am st n, before re
Special music tonight at 8:15 at the j
Temple Theater by Toms'.s Italian)
to her ho ne in Chicago.
The union service ;-t the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church yes .ei d?y v ere well at-
iine little Temple orchestra fur- i tende.I. an.i Rev. nu, yn Stephens
for the ball last --...... KU.,.,
collection was taken f'r the hospital
;and the poor of the city.
THERE'S NO STRINGS TO AH ACCOUNT
M at a m a J a a a a a- V
ai uir utaia nuuuuai caiiu. hk cnecKS, uraus, eic,
are paid on demand Without demur or delay. Thai
means that depositor's are as much at command a If
they had the cash in their pocket. : : : : : :
AN ACCOUNT M T2E OCALA NATIONAL BANK
However is better than cash. It is safer. Open one
and you have at or.ee ail the advantages of currency
payments and security that payments by checks afford
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FULLY IX 73,000
II. D. STOKES, Cashier.
EDWARDS, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP, Vice Pres.
Major Tom Hall took his Thanksgiv
ins dinner with his sister and daugh- I
ter in Sumter. S. C.
The friends of Sirs. David C. Con Connor
nor Connor will be glad to learn that she has
sufficiently recovered from her recent
We buy. repair or remodel all yourn!nw u ,,e ,,ut a-ain- and
old or broken jewelry. R Goldman, j movins into the hou recently vacat vacat-Ocla.
Ocla. vacat-Ocla. Fla. Why Pay More? Ad. j'1 Mrs" L "P and family.
Jack McCully, the Berlin corn spe specialist,
cialist, specialist, was beaming on the fair ex exhibits
hibits exhibits yesterday.
Al TKl'IIS VAI DFA ILLK AND
AT THE TEMPLK TOMCJHT
Mr. Jno. T. Lewis of Oklawaha saw T ,ere wil1 be one bi' lon at
h. fnir an.i invetd in red ribhons the Tenple tonight and if you don't
J. Thompson, Manager
get you'- money's worth you never will.
F v an iteurs will appear, among them
.I k j G ilJman in black face, and
dainty Miss Little in recitations. The
It.iTan Musical Trio, who made such a
big hit here last night, will be heard
in pleasing selections. Mr. and Mrs.
i lreen will present their refined
comedy act. "For Daddy's Sake." a
; beautiful story of racing life at Tam-
All kinds of signs and decorations The Temple orchestra will play
neatly and quickly executed by the!h,frh class selections between the fol-
ll-',2-3t lowing reeis:
I "A Little Family Affair." A scream
am of laughter from start to finish.
fair1 "Tne Signal Fire." Exciting? Well, I
(should say so. and its a Vitagraph.
"The Conspiracy of Catline." An
other dandy picture.
Highest cash price paid for all old
gold or silver. 15. Goldman. Oeala.
Fla. Why Pay More? Ad.
Mr. Harry Palmer came in from Or
lando Wednesday to spend Thanksgiv-
ins in Oeala and see the fair.
Dodge Sign Co.
Misses Louise Stebbins, Eloise
Kathleen Henry of Oklawaha were
A T. Thomas, Phks.
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
We buv. renair or remodel all your ;
old or broken jewelry. P.. Goldman.! Hors open 6:45.
Oeala, Fla. Why Pay More? Ad.
Look at our line of box stationery
Miss Lola Ravsor came home from I before making: your purchase. Most
ed the ctiling. The lights throughout
plea. were shaded witn red which cast a
son siiaauw every wnere. in one sioe
of the hall a pretty alcove was made
of evergreens and on a decorated
stand was a large bowl from which
delicious punch was served by little
Misses Agnes IJurford, May Mcintosh
and Evelyn llodsres. These Tttle miss misses
es misses also served during the intermission
mint ice. tupped with a green cherry
and turkey sandwiches.
A live-piece rc!ietra furnished the
music for the sixteen dances and six
extras. A more perfect night was
never had and a jollier crowd never
enjoyed a dance more than the one last
evening, which was gotten t'p by
Messrs. Whitfield Palmer. Pete Mcin Mcintosh.
tosh. Mcintosh. Holmes Walters and Dr. Carlisle
I.lar. Tiie programs were little book booklets
lets booklets in the front of which was a large
turkey. Tlie dance began with a urand
march led by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd.
Tlie following is a list of those pres present:
ent: present: Miss Hawley of Jacksonville.
Miss IJuth Adams of Alabama. Miss
Urooks i'f New York. Miss Mildred
Hendricks of Jacksonville. Miss Agnes
Arnold of Welrsdale. Miss Needham of
Leesburg. Miss Glenn of Atlanta. Misses Misses-Annie
Annie Misses-Annie Davis, Sara Davis. Fanny and
Rosebud Robinson. Marie von Engel Engel-ken.
ken. Engel-ken. Alice Pullock, P.ossie MacKay,
Esther Weathers. Euuenia Fuller, Hes Hester
ter Hester Dewey. Rhoda Liddon, Mary liur liur-ford,
ford, liur-ford, Annie Laurie Perry. Marguerite
Porter. Ophelia Sawtell. Gertie Peyser.
Adele Pittinger. Clara Johnson. Annie
Atkinson. Kathleen Jackson, Mr. and
.Mrs. Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kreger.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I Anderson. Mr. and
IMrs. W. K. Zewadski. Jr.. of Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. Fishel. Mr. and Mrs.
.James Taylor, Mrs. Stoeckle of Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, Mrs. Arthur Williams, Mrs. Gay
j Livingston. Mrs. Violet Powers, Mrs.
j Harvey Clark, Mrs. Geocge Yancey,
1 Mrs. Needham of Leesburg, Mrs. Sallie
I Pell Croom, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerig,
Mr. and Mrs. James .Jackson. Jr., Mr.
lr fe. .. .r .W
Tfc.:- i -r Tr
ig "V.-i V :
miss di:i.i, ( i.xitKi:
In "InlriMliicc le' nt he I emplr lonIa- Evcnlnv
Orlando to spend
her relatives here.
. i ... v, 3 it. I anu .mi?-, v. i.. -iieaiu, .ternis. liiai,
Thanksivlii" witn t"ji, j n w .a.u xvuiiu luc
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
MANUKA CTrUEUS OK
Cement Blocks and all lunr'it-of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Oment
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. KfMdences or Stores contracted in
in Brick. Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywln re in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS N'JRTH MAIN STREET
Special music tonight at 8:15 at the
Temple Theater by Tomosso's Italian
Musical Trio. Ad.
WANTED A good, reliable woman
to do cooking and kitchen work. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Marion County Hospital.
Attractive banner signs for the
street parade. Leave orders in time.
The Dodge Sign Co. ll-22-3t
Arkansas Chut & yever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Rest for colds and lagrlppe.
Tydings & Co. Ad.
Fair signs painted while you wait.
Two expert sign artists await your or orders
ders orders at the original Dodge Sign Co.
Shop 28 V2 S. Magnolia street. Jos. W.
Dodge, manager. ll-22-5t
For first class automobile service
Highest cash price paid for all old by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
gold or silver. P.. Goldman. Oeala, 3127. First class car and uniformly
ov prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
We don't know who "D. S." Is. but if
the sample he sent us is a fair speci
men of his poetry, we advise him to
stick to prose.
The minimum mark on the ther-
this morning indicated o..
Most folks would have sworn it was
Y4 I Mr. C. N. Hampton and a large dele
Xjgation of Martel folks came In yester
; day morning, over the Oeala
i Southwestern to attend the fair.
For quicK signs pamtea, while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
CENTRAL LAND CO.
Jake Tipton quit buying red ribbons
from the hospital girls about 3 o'clock
X, (yesterday afternoon, because there was
: no more room on nis coat to pin mem.
WANTED A good meat cutter, white
man, to take charge of meat market.
Owner has other business to attend to.
Apply at this office. 11-28-tf
Mr. J. P. Joiner and bride of Sale
City, Ga., arrived in town yesterday
and are guests of Mr. Tom Dekle. Mrs.
Joiner was Miss Perry and a sister of
Rev. D. Bottolaccio of St. Philip's
church had a large attendance at his
tranksgiving services yesterday. A
generous contribution for the hospi
tal was made.
Mr. W. A. Stringfellow. a popular
young man of DeLand, spent Thanks
giving in Oeala with friends. Mr.
Stringfellow came specially to attend
the dance last evening.
Its true that the food trust has u
by the throat, but you can obtain
nice little box of pretzels, enough for
two meals, for a dime. And beer re remains
mains remains at five cents a glass. This isn't
Mcintosh. Walters, Palmer, Harry Pal
mer, Olaf Zewadski, Ralph and Phil
Robinson. Hibbert Weathers. Raymond I y
Rullock. Clarence and Fred Meffert,
W. A. Stringfellow of DeLand, T. R.
Ray of Leesburg. McDonald, Coley of
Jacksonville. R. Camp, of Virginia
Robert Kyle. David Kirkland. W. B
Gallagher. O. R. Howse, Ernest Crook.
Joe Pell. J. M. Thomas. George Blitch.
Sam and P.ob Mathews. W. L. Taylor.
Drs. C. L. Ayer. Sheppard. Harry Wal Walters.
ters. Walters. Herbert Counts. Messrs. R M.
Curtis. Hugo Mcintosh. Pert Dosh.
Henry Spencer, Sheppard.
I)i:i.L LltKK IX IXTltODI CK ME
In "Introduce Me." the 4-act conedy
with Manager Bennett will present at
the Temple Theater Monday evening,
Dec. 2. the family troubles of George
Nichols, an unsuccessful author, are
depicted in an unusually interesting
and clever manner. The play was
j written by Delia Clarke, the clever
I author-actress, and she appears in the
star role of the cast of characters.
;The pl:y is written with a moral which Jy
is plainly apparent to everyone, and I jr,
the closest attention of the audience I? .J
held throughout the performance. H
. m I m I
is a piay lounueu on real me, anu i
abounds in rich humor and heart in
terest. After her husband's failure. j
Mrs. Nichols assumes the name of
Frances Everton and entirely unknown J
to her husband, writes a book, entited y
"Susan." that meets with great sue
cess. It is finally decided to have th
book dramatized by Mr. Nichol. Mr. y
and Mrs. Nichol become estranged and Y
jit is not until the night that the first
pri iui limner ui piaj in i j irrz .iwxta
Jthat they make up. There are mav
strikingly comical instances brought
i about before the reconciliation is af-
ifected. A number of well known peo
! pie appear in the cast of characters
with Miss Clarke, among them being.
Luella Smith. Hattie Neville. Harriet
Kingston. Pauline Woodward. P. S.
Whitman. Gordon ie Maine. G. S. Pay Pay-ton
ton Pay-ton and William Barber.
OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN
The Ideal last night ran the story of
A i "Black Beauty." which has interested
so many thousands of American child children
ren children in the last twenty years. It was
most prettily illustrated, and with the
other good pictures was seen despite
the cold, by a good attendance.
This morning at Silver Springs Junc
tion, Section Foreman Head found a
white man in a critical condition. The
sheriff was notified, and went out and
brought the man in and placed him in
the hospital. It is thought that th
man was sick and sat down and went
to sleep and was nearly frozen this
morning. He has not been able to talk
and seems to have pneumonia.
Sunbeam Soda, full pound Cn
Van Houten's Cocoa requires
only half as much as OCr
other Cocoas, cans 25, 45, Odv
Sunbeam Corn Hakes
Snowdrift Compound and Wes Wesson's
son's Wesson's Cooking Oil, belter than
Cotlolene, and costs less.
Sunbeam Mince Meat with fine
recipe for Mince Pie, Fruit Cake
and Plum Pudding, nQr
3 packages for Lv
All kinds of Nut and Fruit Cake
jouggy or iiuiii iee- .iuiiu?i
r f n.Mv Cn como cit0 Fla., or Gabriel Swinney. Kendrick,
LApUil UUIdA ovay, oauiv J,'vjFia
and shape of Octagon and is a
better piece of soap
Sunbeam Oatmeal per
Thursday night my horse and buggy
disappeared from the court house
square in Oeala. Horse is a red bay
mare with small white star in fore forehead.
head. forehead. 14 or 15 hands high and about
12 years old. Harness was old and
worn, one leather line" and one rope
line. Buggy was old with wide seat,
no top, right front wheel has three new
spokes. A suitable remark will be
given for the return of the horse and
buggy or notify Iee Johnson. Holder,
STRAY HORK AM) MILKS
HAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
We are Headquarters icr Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
fflartoit Hardware Co.
Oeala. - Florida
From the list of drunks in the re recorder's
corder's recorder's court this morning, and near
drunks in other places, it is impossible
not to infer that some people were too
ww tohach Toyftc and ConstimtjOB
j Strayed from our barn on Exposition
'street, Wednesday night, one bay mare
ten years old and three young dark
bay mules. Finder will be rewarded by
notifying us. Harrell-Johnson & Com Company.
pany. Company. ll-2i-tfd w
Noble Johns, a negro man. very
seriously cut another young nesro by
the name of Kingman Williams on the
street at i o'clock this morning near
Mr. Jerry Burnett's tailing ship. Johns'
came up behind Williams and cut him
in the hollow under t:.e left shoulder
blade, making a long gash. Dr. R.
Reche Williams, the colored physician,
dressed the wound and Williams was
taken to the home of his brother-in-law,
James Strange, an employee of
the Star office, and the doctor says he
will recover. Johns was arrested
shortly afterwards by Mr. Frank Hall
and lodged In the city jaiL
81 acres of good farm land, part of
which i under cultivation, situated
one-half mile north of Leroy. Ther
is a larsre house and barn and other
improvements. Will sell all or a part.
Address Mrs. Lydia Afl Holmes. Leroy.
A number of seese have strayed
from my residence in the third ward.
Finder will be rewarded by notifying
J. D. MePuffy. ll--'-d4t
N'yal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig's Drug
A Mitchell, a general merchant near
Bagdad. Ky., writes us: "I think Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Tills one f the greatest
kidney medicines there Is. My daugh-
ter was in terrible shape wih kidney
trouble and I got her to take It. She
is completely cured now. I think It
one of the greatest medicines made."
Sold at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court liouse square,
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market e a c h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at (he Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need. I have them.
M. eJ. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912
If You Eat You I
iiov vrr mm
!L I BUS fiiiUSXl
It has been stated that mou- t!.;m
eighty million people in the Uiii-;
States are victims of snuir- form of it it-digestion.
digestion. it-digestion. The American v !;
not take time enouht to eat. 'I i.e in insult
sult insult is stomach distress, tran. i-ir.-.i.:-'
indigestion and dysiisi;i.
Digest it is the new i t-iief :r h:t n n-been
been n-been found a certain. iuk.k and pf-v-
manent remedy. Thousand of !' !. yu a -!-: it iun ):
have found relief from it u !. Ti.'ii Hon and ghes you ail the nourishment
owo statements ou fila ill our oir.cc SOLI) liV THE COURT PHARMACY
'n. f " r t i
f V e; :
V : iu ':y :' .-
y -if it fail-5 to zivo
to a' ; sot: yo-;r mo::e?
:: ; v n's Die;it i
t.: sva"o.v and a-'So-
rlie'. irjdiii-s' ion
'; 'fid f-r':if nta nta-i
i nta-i f.T eating ?.nd
Y'U i: .,c,d it VT.'
By THOMAS DIXON
Copyright. 1911. by Thomas
CVTTVOvU Tlt717!171rt "d HAND PAINTED.
CHINA DINNER SETS
tr.4THi:N Stur.rt h.
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
ubs u iu say
We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State. Without Excepting any Firm.
V carry over fifty dillVr-
J! l j! I I j I i lL rlJ Hiiu ULdii tin
TIhti' arc handsome white
enameled, with little or no
bra?s trimmings, then there
aiv solid brass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there aie pietty dark-
green and bine ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing yon our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER & McRAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
v, -,v J'.- -i'i' J:ils,,,2 IliUiR
f i T- i 3 w C j-Jfr-"M'J ... nninu
LOIIF.TTO (Near .MamLuin) lloiida
Boarding School for Boy. Conductor y :hv sisters of St. Joseph, i
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years lU.oivt'l, and Carefully Trained on ;
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and Social Lih, Healthy Location. Mas-
nificent Swimming Pool. Complete K iuipaient in Scihoolrooms. Dorm
itories, Dining Hall nd Recreation Koonis.
Apply for Iroioctus to the Sifter Suporir
ST. JOSKPH'S ACADF.MV LOIILTTO, 1 LOIJIDA
New Flotel Astorl
Corner Bay and Hogan Sis.
RATES: $1 and Up i
t .tv : '. : 11 u Wa'er and j
!r ; i..r.- n i'a.' fl Frt-c I'.aths
oi.ii ituDMs itKr m:i
1. h;k mim.i: iiimmio j
i- k- !-..: '..ir : I r .ur. Station and
- "fT ; il.ji;an Street.
td -ie.'itofl him-
ir in the : it t It
iitin'-: room he trazed :nTo
tin- tM keriiiL: tire with a fe!imr of
! iou!d har Bivens civini: ordtrs
to hi- v!)p:oyees ;it..nt the n inoval of
!j:s ndlliotis to the vaults !e!ow It
:i!d take hours to complete the task.
Me could hear the deep vihranf rin of
the iroid. as the men dumped it into
As he listened to the curious sound
he he-at) dimly to realize that the
foundations of his life and character
were l.einjr undermined. There could
!- no mistake about it. although he
hoi made some brave talk to Bivens'
face as he stared at the daring display
f his money.
Me lifted his eyes from the fire and
tl tested on an exquisite miniature
at Nan which had been painted jut
after her marriage. He forgot the ten
bla k years of loneliness and strug'e
Me was standing before Iter again in
all t lie pride and strength of those last
days of passionate longing and bitter
rebellion. Mis heart gave a throb of
fierce protest against the fate that had
robbed him of the one thing on earth
he had ever really desired. Me tried
in vain to separate her from the strug struggle
gle struggle of tdiuracter and principle he was
fighting with Bivens.
When Bivens entered he found his
tall tigure bent low in the chair and a
scowl on his face. The little black eyes
sparkled with the certainty of victory.
Me knew the poison was at work and
its wine had found the soul.
"Now, Jim. down to business! You
can see that I have the cash. What
I must have to do the big thing I've
dreamed is a right hand man whom
I can trust with my money, my body
and my soul lie must be a man with
brains and farseeing eyes A man
who will fight to the death and be loyal
with everv breath, who will work
oay ana mgnr. u man ,r iron nerve
iron muscle and a heart of steel. Come
In with me. Jim. for all you're worth,
with all your brain and will and per personality,
sonality, personality, without a single reservation
and I'll give you a partnership of one
fourth interest in my annual income,
and I'll guarantee that it shall never
be less than a million a year."
Stuart sprang to his feet and stared
at Bivens. gasping.
"You mean this are you serious? I
exjected the offer of a generous salary.
Cal. but this is simply stunning."
"I told you I'd make you a proposi proposition
tion proposition so big and generous you couldn't
get away from it. But mind you. I've
the best reasons for making it. We
are entering tiie last phase of a world
struggle for financial supremacy. This
country is to be the real center of
modern power. We must become and
will become quickly the economic
masters of the world. When that hap happens
pens happens somebody is going to lie master
Bivens rose and paced back and forth
"Somebody's going to be master here,
Jim." lie repeated, "and it's not going
to be a mob. the stupid, howling, slob slobbering
bering slobbering thing that clutched at your
throat that day in front of my bank."
"Nor will it be a clumsy soulless cor corporation
poration corporation called a 'trust.' either, a
thing that can be badgered and hound hounded
ed hounded by every hungry, thieving politician
who gets into office. The coming mas master
ter master of masters, the king of king will
be a man a man on whose imperial
wold will hang the fate of empires. I
met the Uing of America the other
day in this panic. He sent for me.
You can bet 1 answered the call Me
ip-. me eat dirt and swear that I
!i! cd 'he taste of it But I'll get even
witli 1 1 i :n yet!"
Two livid spots suddenly appeared
on UK- swarthy cheeks and he choked
No i'-jice fr a moment, continuing:
iii" world is waiting for its real
m. i-:, r not a multi-millionaire, hut the
coiii billionaire. The king of kings
,.t to roiij,'. If I had leen rculy
'Ti- panic with the capital 1 have
t i; 1 could have made a Pillion.
Wi;ii the power and experience I now
It.vo and one such man as you on
wn'.m I can depend I'd double my
t."ti:ne every year That means that
i'i live years I will he a billionaire,
and only fort v -two.
'A billion dollars will double itself
r. sevon years. At forty-two I'd be
worth a Pillion At forty-nine I'd
have two billions At fifty eight I'd
Pe worth four billions and just old
ononuh to really benin to do things.
live me one billion answerable tr
my will alone ami I ean rule this
nation. Give me four billions and
no kin or emperor, president or par
Mament on this u'lobe dare to make
pe;'-e or war without onulting me
"How long could this republic stand
if su-!i a man should -re tit to change
its form? Kveti now our petty million
aires buy courts and legislature, and
the control of irreat cities. But the
new king would know no limitations
to this power. If Lurope now cringes
at the feet of our present millionaire
king of Wall street, emperors bee hi-
favor and princes wait at his door,
what could the real ruler of the world
Bivens' voice again sank Into low.
passionate whispers, while his black
eyes again became two points of fierce
When the crucial moment came for
Stuart's manhood to answer, the
speech of brave denunciation died on
his lips. At the dvor of this yellow
empire, mightier than kings In purple
rule, his conscience halted, hesitated
and stammered, fie found himself.
m sp:te or honor ana cnaracter. ror
j the moment measuring himself with
Bivens in the struggle for supremacy
I which would sooner or later come le-
tween them If he hould enter such
! an alliance
I "You needn't rush your decision,
j Jim. Take your time Think It over
j from every point of view. You're
j bound to accept in the end"
i Stuart flushed and his hand trembled,
j "It's no use in my quibbling. Cal.
j your offer is a stirring one. It tempts
me immensely. I feel the cali of the
old blood struggle In me. I'm begin
j ning to see now that the world's battles
are no longer fought with sword and
! "Take your time. Jim." P.ivens broke
i in. rising. "In the meantime Pre got
to see more of you. Nan wants it. and
I want it. The politicians have turned
j you down, but the big men who count
are afraid of you and they'll go out
of their way to meet you. Come up to
; dinner with us tonight. I want you to
! make my home your home whether you
accept my offer or not."
; Stuart hesitated
"Really, Cal. I oughtn't to go to to-j
j to-j night. I'm afraid I've let you take
! too much for granted. I've got to right
1 this thing out alone. It's the biggest
; tiling physically and morally I've ever
been up against. I've gut to be alone
; for awhile." j
"Oh, uonsene. be alone as much as
you like later. Nan Insisted on my j
bringing you tonight, and you've got
to come, to save me from trouble if ;
nothing else. I've an engagement down
iowu aiier oinner. lou and Nan can
' talk over old times. I promise .vou
; faithfully that not a word of busi business
ness business shall be spoken."
j Stuart felt the foundations of ilfe
'slipping beneatli his feet and yet he
couldn't keep back the answer:
"All right. I'll come."
j As Stuart dressed for the dinner that
! night he thought of Harriet with a
j pang. Me had promised her to try to
. keep out of danger. But could she
i know or understand the struggle
j through which he was passing? Me
I wondered vaguely why he had seen so
j little of her lately. She had become
more and more absorbed in her music,
j and her manner had grow shy and
j embarrassed. Yet whenever he had
j resented it and stopped to lounge and
j chat and draw her out. she was always
) her old sweet self. The doctor, too.
had avoided him of late, and he notie notie-i
i notie-i ed that his clothes had begun to look
i shabby. He caught him hurrying from
j the house and laid his hand affectiou affectiou-i
i affectiou-i ately on his arm.
J "These are tough times, doctor, and
j if you need any help you must let
I me know."
I The older man's voice trembled as he
! "Thank you. my boy. that's a very
I unusual speech to hear these days. It
renews my faith in the world."
""Y'ou're not iu trouble?"
The doctor lifted his head gently.
"My troubles are so much lighter
than those of the people I know I
can't think of them. So many of my
friends and patients have given up
in this panic. So many have died for
the lack of bread. I'll let you know
If I'm in trouble myself."
He patised and pressed Stuart's
"I'm glad you asked me. The sun
will shine brighter today. I must
With a swing of his stalwart form
and a generous wave of his hand he
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