The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
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Thcus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLOKIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1912.
NO. 157.
THE FUKNITUBB USH

OCALA

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FURNITURE

if

when the bowels
an niffiAiirAnPinir

Ant UNUUMninlAuLt
and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follows
a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (The Powder Form)
on the tongue and wash it
down with a little water.
Its action in the system is
purifying and strengthening.
It drives out hard impactions
and impurities and gives tone
to the muscular structure of
the bowels. It overcomes the
tendency to chronic constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, relieves a bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00.
Alk for the ffcnalnn with the Brd 7. on th label.
II you cannot grt It. romlt to ua, we will aend it bf
mail. po.tp.M. Hlmmoni Liver Knculator la pot op
alio In llquil form for thote who prefer It. I'rlce,
1.00 per bottle. Look (or the Ked Z label.
J. H. 2CLIN & C0 Props., St Louis, Mo.
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICES OVHU THE
COMMERCIAL IIAXK
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
'Phone 211 Ocala. Ha.
J, E. CHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Knoiiis 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder lilock,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
M. C. IZLAR
DENTAL SURGEON
Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, - FLORIDA
W. G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
O. ltOX 40 OCALA. FLA.
It AVE YOUn CAIl PAINTED
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Roll Top Desk $22.00
$7.0O Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen.. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Seat.... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library Table. . 0.30
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
hig bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
SMITH'S
Hack of Marcus Frauk's
IS THE BEST INVESTMENT IN
F-L-O-R-I-D-A
We buy, sell or develop business
property, city and suburban. Build Building
ing Building lots and suburban farm and truck-
ins land. Write or see
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American 'National Ilank IJulldlng,
TAMPA, FLORIDA

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KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of thf
BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVS HIQHC8T RECOMMENDATION
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fnd., i in hi. lith year, lie writes as t "Ih
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der bladder I bad Tera backaches and my kidor-j action
was too frtqtieat, caar.ng me to lose ranch sletB
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ERRORS OF
Hi

Inconvenient and Inbralthr Cam and
CarrlrMM Offlelala Nrrd a Sharp
Cheeking Up
(Tampa Tribune)
A few days ago the Tribune had oc occasion
casion occasion to comment on the complaints
made by the traveling public about the
inferior quality of the passenger
coached operated on the railroads from
Jacksonville to thl.- section of the
state. The subject has been taken up
by a number of papers, and the unan unanimous
imous unanimous expression is that the railroads
operating in this section do not show
proper consideration for the comfort
and convenience of the large passen passenger
ger passenger movement now coming into Florida
except insofar as the East Coast travel
is concerned.
The Ocala Star for example, states
that the day coaches north of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville are almost as good as the parlor
cars south of it. The Star adds: "There
is certainly lots of travel on the rail railroads.
roads. railroads. Every southbound train going
through this city Is crowded beyond
the point of comfort, and there are
plenty of people going north. And all
the people who go north next spring
will denounce the dirty coaches they
had to travel in south of Jacksonville.
Not to speak of our own people, who
are entitled to the best there is and
do not obtain it."
The Savannah Morning News also
takes up the subject. In its largest as aspect,
pect, aspect, and quotes lion. Judson Clements,
of the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, that it is the duty of Congress to
make travel clean and sanitary, both
by rail and water. The News also
quotes the report of Commissioner II.
M. Stanley, of the Georgia department
of commerce and labor, In which he re recommended
commended recommended that trainmen and street
car conductors be taught hygiene and
sanitation, to the end that passenger
coaches and street cars be kept in a
more comfortable and sanitary condi condition.
tion. condition. The truth of this contention,
says the News, is so apparent that It is
strange the public has endured so long
and risked so much before insisting on
better conditions. Even a short trip by
rail Is often made torturous or a men menace
ace menace to health through the lack of a
few commonsen.se precautions. In the J
Hummer a deluge of dust and cinders
fills mouth and eyes from the window
which the man in front Insists on keep keeping
ing keeping open; In the winter perspiring
mortals gasp in humid heat because a
wooden-headed porter manipulates
the steam valves and an indifferent
conductor either doesn't think or
doesn't care. These are only two of
the most common sources of discom discomfort
fort discomfort but they are great factors In
spreading disease and often leave the
traveler of delicate health prostrated
at the end of even a short Journey.
Speaking of the travel to Florida, the
News adds:
"It is only necessary to board the day
coach of one of the through trains
from the West, late at night, when the
Florida travel is at its height to meet
conditions that even the tyro in hy hygiene
giene hygiene recognizes as dangerous. Hud Huddled
dled Huddled on the seats, in many cases the
car being packed to its capacity, men,
women and children, young, aged and
infirm, are sleeping as best they can.
The air in the car is summer heat,
fetid and stifling. A large per cent of
these people are suffering from tuber tuberculosis
culosis tuberculosis or other disease, seeking the
relief of a milder climate. The amount
of contagion In such conditions must
be great."
When such complaints may be voic voiced
ed voiced about conditions for travel north of
Jacksonville, what may not be said
about conditions south of that city,
after the traveler has been started on
Ills way to South Florida? At Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville one sees the best ears shift shifted
ed shifted to the East Coast route and the old
and cheaper coaches awaiting the
tourist for this part of the state. It
is true that there are through Full Full-mans
mans Full-mans from the East, but the dining-
car ends its run at Jacksonville and
the tourist who desires to eat after
leaving that city for South Florida
must be content with the unsatisfac
tory and double-priced lunch from the
buffet. If there is one, or snatch a
sandwich at a station eating house. It
is not overstating the fact to say that
railroad accommodations for passeng
ers aeienoraie iuny nity per cent on
leaving jacKsonvme ior xampa or
other points in this section. And yet
the great bulk of the tourist travel
moves this way.
-inis ia a matter wnicn should en
gage the attention of the boards of
trade of South Florida towns and the
strongest possible fight should be put
up against this species of discrimina
tion and disregard for the safety, com
fort and convenience of the public.
PA RTICl'LAR LY APPROPRIATE
CHRISTMAS PRESENT
Get a set of the standard authors
for a Christmas present. Nothing
makes a handsomer or more lasting
present. You can get anything in the
line of fiction or reference books on
the most attractive terms at the Ocala
News Co. Also a line of copyrights,
and in fact, and kind of book you
want for old and young.
NOTICE
Of Application for Pardon
Notice is hereby given under Section
4074 of the Statutes of the state oj
Florida, that E. R. Robinson will make
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 E. R. 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. 1312 A. D.
Signed: E. R. Robinson.
SEED OATS
Thirty Day ana Texas Rust Troof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
TAXES ARE XOW DUE
The tax books are now open for the
payment of 1912 state and county

taxe3. The taxes are $.40 higher this
year on each $100 assessed valuation,
than last year. Always bring or send
a correct description of your property.
The laws also allows a discount of
2 per cent for all payments made in
November and 1 per cent discount In
December Yours very truly,
W. I Colbert,
Tax Collector.

BELLEV1EW BIS
IntereMtlns: IIt of wiy ItemM from
the Pretty City of Oak
Belleview, Dec. 2. Every man. wo woman
man woman and chilil should study the ben benefits
efits benefits to be derived from the parcels
post. It will be money in your pocket.
The days of high local prices and ex exorbitant
orbitant exorbitant express charges are over, be beginning
ginning beginning Jan. 1, 1'j13.
Mr. Tremere has returned from a
successful trip in the southern part of
the state in which he covered parts of
Polk, DeSoto, Lee and Osceola coun counties.
ties. counties. The little cities of Fort Myers,
Arccfdia, Kissimmee and Orlando, with
their handsome brick paved streets
and cement sidewalks, are model
cities, and compare with anything of
their size in the northern states.
Mrs. K. K Pardon of Chicago paid
her respects to the Marion County Fair
last Thursday.
Mr. Warren W. Cowles, the cement
and stone artist, is clearing off his
lot on Robinson avenue, making it the
prettiest piece of unimproved land in
the town limits.
Mrs. Louis Welhe left Belleview last
Saturday afternoon to make a visit to
her daughter, Mrs. Charley Winton at
Ilushnell.
Mr. Glenn Merrill of Vermont, after
a visit of several weeks duration to
his uncle, Mr. George K. Merrill, left
last Saturday for aJcksonville, where
he has accepted a remunerative posi position.
tion. position. V
A full grown 'possum paid his re respects
spects respects to Mr. Tremere's game chick chickens
ens chickens last Thursday night about 10:30
and selected a fine little thoroughbred
Earl of Derby chicken as his choice.
The other chickens objected after the
usual manner of excited fowl. Mr.
iremere neanng me rumpus, seized a
pistol in one hand and a lighted lamp
in the other and sallied forth to in
vestigate. Mrs. Tremere went along
out of curiosity. They found Mr.
Opossum with the chicken in his mouth
and very loath to part with same. A
few well aimed shots put him out of i
business. During the excitement Mrs.
Tremere fell backwards over a roll of
wire fence and struck the back of her
head on a protruding nail head and
cut quite a gash, which has caused
her some pain and Inconvenience.
As stated in our last week's notes.
Mrs. McClendon was called to Wild-
wood on account of the serious illness
of her father, who passed away at 11
p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, at a ripe old
age. Mr. Paul was one of the old set settlers
tlers settlers of Wildwood. Mrs. McClendon
came home Saturday afternoon accom
panied by Miss Ruby, who after spend
ing several days with her family will
return to Wildwood to assume a posi position
tion position with the telephone company.
Mrs. Tremere with Misses Ellie and
Minnie and Miss Miriam Thompson
took In the county fair Thursday, go
ing and coming In Mr. Walter Nelson's
Joy wagon. Mr. Nelson had the mis
fortune to lose his crank handle be
tween Ocala and Belleview and if the
finder should happen to see these lines,
he will know Avhat to do with it. Wal
ter needs that handle badly. It was
funny to see Walter, thinking a whole
lot of things that he would not say.
when he discovered his loss.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis from Lynn,
Mass., are among the latest arrivals at
the Hotel Marion.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy and Mr. Wel Wellington
lington Wellington from Lynn, Mass., came in last
Saturday. They have leased the Mlll Mlll-som
som Mlll-som cottage for the winter and are
glad to get back to Belleview once
more.
Miss Miriam Thompson after spend spending
ing spending a couple of months with the Tre Tre-meres,
meres, Tre-meres, left for her home at Alva last
Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Sands Haviland spent
last Saturday at their lake side cot cottage.
tage. cottage. WANTED A steady, reliable boy to
assist in work about the house; car carrying
rying carrying in wood, water, etc. Apply at
the Marion County Hospital.
M'lVER & MAO KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
O. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
I1 Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Of nee 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

ISS

OF II COB
May Sooner or Later Canae the People
to Put the Ureal I Into State and
Federal Conntltutlona
(Tensaeola Journal)
The law game a it exists In Amer American
ican American jurisprudence would be amusing
if it were not so exasperating and so
unjust. It is a hopeful sign that the
people are waking up to its absurd ri ridiculousness.
diculousness. ridiculousness. In a recent issue of
"The Survey," Mr. Morris J. Wessell
points out some of its peculiarities.
A New York case is cited that was
tried seven times and lasted twenty twenty-seven
seven twenty-seven years. Another case was taken
to the supreme court on 108 errors and
was reversed twenty-three years after
the original trial.
Right here in Florida the supreme
court reversed a conviction for grand
larceny because the Indictment charg charged
ed charged the defendant with stealing a cow
when he really stole a steer. In South
Carolina a man was convicted for
stealing a "piano" and escaped because
it was a "pianola" that he stole. Up
in Alabama a man was indicted for
stealing hides and escaped because the
indictment did not specify the kind of
hides. In Texas a man escaped
punishment for burglary because the
indictment and the evidence did not
agree as to the number of of persons
residing in the house at the time of the
burglary. In Ohio the supreme court
reversed a decision for murder because
the evidence did not make clear the
name of the murdered man, he hav having
ing having gone by two names. There was no
doubt, however, as to the killing.
The Alabama Bar Association in 1910
looked up the details of murder prose prosecutions
cutions prosecutions in that state and found in
seventy-five convictions for murder
from which appeals were taken more
than half were reversed and not a
single one on matter that could have
influenced the jury.
In plain English, all this Is petti pettifoggery.
foggery. pettifoggery. It is worse than that; it is
criminal foolishness. It is to be re regretted
gretted regretted that we have so much of it In
this country.
And yet there are those who sneer
at the proposal to recall incompetent
and unfit judges.
NOTICE
Thursday night my horse and buggy
disappeared from the court house
The very acme of quality in
ROASTS POULTRY
CHOPS BACONS
SAUSAGE BOLOGNA
STEAKS HAMS
Is always to be had here where qual qual-ty
ty qual-ty 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.
W. II. MARSH, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY EDWARDS MARKET
WE CAN SUPPLY! YOU WITH
PURE ICE
For All Purposes, Whether lour
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA
"Queen of Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS & MIXERS, TRANS. CO.
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireleS3 telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent.
Jacksonville. Fla,
L. D. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla,
Flneat Coaatwlae Tripe la te World"
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
PHONE 290.
'aggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

square In Ocala. Horse is a red bay

mare with small white star in fore
head, 14 or 13 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 Lee Johnson, Holder,
Fla., or Gabriel Swinney, Kendrick,
Fla. ll-29-6t
D
Few
Phosphate City People Stayed
Away from the Marlon
County Fair
(Advocate)
Miss Dessie Hall of Inglis passed
through our town en route to her home
from Jacksonville.
John Drown of Lebanon has been
very ill at the Dunnellon hotel. Mrs.
Durkhalter, a trained nurse of Ocala, Is
in attendance.
Mrs. Williams and children and Miss
Lena Hopkins visited Martel and Ocala
Wednesday and Thursday.
C. V. Miller of Ocala was transacting
business here Monday.
F. R. Price and family and Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Deall spent Wednesday In
Ocala, taking iri the fair. J. J. Shee Shee-han
han Shee-han drove them over in an automobile.
John Moore of Ocala was a pleasant
visitor to our town Tuesday.
W. D. Richie of Ocala was a busi business
ness business visitor here between trains Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Harry Johnson, the fireman on engine
No. 6, belonging to Wade, Clower &
Wade, railroad contractors, had the
misfortune Tuesday morning at about
8 o'clock to have his leg cut off. Willie
Gillis, the engineer, states he was
running about thirty miles an hour
when the engine turned crOssways the
track and turned turtle. Mr. Johnson
was brought to this city about 9
o'clock for medical treatment.
Miss Mabel Turner left Wednesday
afternoon to attend the fair in Ocala.
Mrs. Elizabeth Koon left Wednesday
afternoon for Ocala to attend the fair.
Mrs. R. H. Sanders and daughter
Mamie Ruth went to Ocala Wednesday
to spend the week end with relatives
and to take in the fair.
The car of Deputy Sheriff Graham
of Floral City, driven by Earle Moon,
turned turtle Thursday afternoon at
about 2 o'clock, one mile this side of
Holder. Dr. Newham and Charlie Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, who were in the car, were thrown
out, though no one was hurt with the
exception of a few scratches and minor
bruises.
Mrs. J. H. Humphries and little son,
Henry, paid Ocala a visit Saturday.
Mrs. Wm. Griffith and Mrs. W. P.
Preer took in the fair at Ocala Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. A. M. Lansford, the piano agent of
Ocala, was transacting business here
Friday.
J. L Trotter and wife and Geo. II.
Dorr and wife autoed to Ocala Friday.
Miss Mary Allen and brother, J. T.
Allen of Lecanto. passed through here
Tuesday en route to ocala to attend
the fair.
Messrs. C. Y. Barnes, Ray King and
Will Allen of Lecanto passed through
here Wednesday en route to Ocala to
attend the fair.
IF YOU KNEW
The merits of Hall's Texas Wonder you
would never suffer from kidney, blad bladder
der bladder or rheumatic troubles. A dollar
bottle is -sixty days treatment. Seldom
one bottle fails to cure. Send for tes testimonials.
timonials. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive
St., St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
A XEW SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE
There was organized in Montgomery,
Ala., about a year ago,
THE KLE-NOL COMPANY
for the purpose of manufacturing and
marketing cleansers and soaps. A cit citizen
izen citizen of that cty by accident discover
ed that a certain mineral, found in the
mountainous region of central Al Alabama,
abama, Alabama, possessed remarkable cleans cleansing
ing cleansing properties. When this fact be
came known the above named company
was formed, with a number of the
most successful and enterprising
merchants and professional men as Its
spongers and directors. A factory was
at once erected and fully equipped
with the nece.-sary machinery for the
manufacture of Kle-nol products and
so successful have the operations or
the company been that Kle-nol cleans cleansers
ers cleansers and Kle-nol soap are already be
ing sold in five different states.
The company adopted a plan, in
order to avoid expensive advertising
to accomplish distribution, of selling
its capital stock outside of Its home
town, where of course a lar&e amount
of the stock is held, and in furtherance
of this plan a number of the most
prominent citizens of Ocala have,
through Mr. H. T. Bartow, the fiscal
agent of the company, who is stopping
in the city at present, made subscrip subscriptions
tions subscriptions for some of this stock.
Orders for Kle-nol products are be being
ing being taken by Mr. Bartow from grocers
and druggists of Ocala where the
goods will in the very near future be
placed on sale.
WE WILL MAIL TOU SI
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Previous Stones. Money sent by return
maiL
Phlla. Smelting & ReFlnlne Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
S03 Cbeatnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTISTS
We will buy your Gold Fillings.
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad-
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly Known as the
Ollie Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phor.e will receive prompt
attention. Plone number 315. Come
to the oil star.J and be treated r:?ht r:?ht-Yours
Yours r:?ht-Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Mag-nolia.
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. I Bowers, Silver Springs,
Fla. 11-1-lm

(III 111!

EVEMY

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
EST TO BE H&Bk
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.
(0. IL Teapot- (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala ::::::: Florida

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FK SALE
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

Muncaster &

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Ocala Board of Trade Rooms
OCALA .... FLORIDA

4

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. IVTCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Ocala. Florida
THONES: OFFICE:
Office, 333. Eulte i to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Dr. McClane'a Residence, 407. Corner of Public Oquare
'ote Can tiade by aprrlal appointment. Special Gnlt Urinary Cllal
after 7 p. ui. cars day.

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

HOTEL CMUR.C1HI1ILL
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.,
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, no
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, 92 per day and up. European Flan, 91.00 per day And up.
Special Weekly Rates.

Churchill & Co.

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OCAUL VKLY STAIi, ifOXDAT, DECE3IBER 2, it2
OOALA EVENING STAR
Rittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
II. R. Carroll, Uuslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, lull tor.
Entered In the" postoffice at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
ELKS MH3IOIIIAL, SERVICE

f

The Elks' memorial service yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at the club rooms was
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wen aucuueu, iiic iuus; ""j
the service was held, belnjr completely
filled. The services were very beau-
tiful and Impressive and those who at- :
tended were deeply impressed. (
The music by the orchestra compos-'
ed of Mr. Leon Flshel (leader), clari clarinet;
net; clarinet; Mr. Albert Gerijr, cornet; Mr.
Frank Mathews, trombone; Mr. Fred j
Weihe, Jr.. saxaphone; Miss Mary Con- j
nor, Violin, and Miss Annie Laurie

Perry, piano, wa.i most excellent and
the selections appropriate.
Exalted Ruler II. M. Hampton, pre presiding
siding presiding over the ceremonies, made some
opening remarks, which was followed
with the opening ode by the lodge
and invocation by lie v. Bunyan Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, of the Baptist church.
Rev. Stephens delivered the memor memorial
ial memorial address, which was given the clos closest
est closest attention and was most appropriate
to the occasion. Mr. Stephens is an
orator of ability.
Mr. F. E. McClane's reading of the
beautiful poem, Thanatopsis, was
listened to with rapt attention, and as
one man remarked afterwards, he
seemed never before to have gotten so
much out of the poem as he did yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mrs. Hampton and Mrs. Goin sang an
exquisite duet, "The Invisible Land,"
accompanied by Miss Marguerite Por Porter
ter Porter on the piano and Mr. Abbott on the
Violin.
Miss Marguerite Torter, one of
Ocala's most gifted singers, sang very
sweetly the solo, "Resignation," ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Charles Goddard at
the piano and Mr. Abbott on the violin.
Judge Bell most impressively called
the roll of "the honored dead," and
the esquire answered "absent" to each
name.
Rev. Stephens pronounced the bene benediction,
diction, benediction, and the exalted ruler with the
assistance of the other lodge officers
closed the services with the ritualistic
ceremonies.

MRS. MAR-TIX'S FUNERAL

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins. Mr. II.

W. Tompkins, Mrs. Boyer and Mrs.
Rllea have retuied from Micanopy,
where they saw the remains of their
mother, Mrs. Martin, laid to Test last

rldayTneir frtTdst-MteaTropy at

tended: the services In full number, and
In many ways showed their sympathy
for the bereaved relatives and sorrow
for the dead. Rev. J. B. Ley of this
city and Rev. J. L. Yeats of Micanopy
officiated. Many tears were shed and
great quantities of lovely flowers were
brought to lay on the grave, among
them be'ng a beautiful floral offering
from the Ocala K. of F., who thereby
sought to show their sympathy for
their brother, Mr. D. W. Tompkins.
Mrs. Boyer stopped at her home at
Boardman on the return journey, and
Mr. II. W. Tompkins and Mrs. Rilea
went on to their homes at Leesburg
and Eustls.

We see that Judge Call of the super superior
ior superior court has rendered a decision that
the state law prohibiting the estab establishment
lishment establishment of a saloon in four miles of a
schoolhouse, outside of an incorporated
town, is class legislation and uncon unconstitutional.
stitutional. unconstitutional. Maybe so. The class of
parents who think four miles is near
enough to a saloon for a school which
their children attend is likely to be
large. As centers of disorder, the lit little
tle little country doggeries are ten times as
bad as the town saloons.

Both the Sumter County Times and
the Inverness Chronicle pay high trib tribute
ute tribute to Mr. Goree Nelsoi, clerk of the
circuit court of Sumter county, who
died In Tampa last week. He was one
of the foremost and most popular
citizens of his county, and also had a
great many friends in Marion, Citrus
and other adjoining counties.

The first prize

exhibit produc

Marlon County
Mr. 8. R. Pyles.
to the Burbank

the best generf

was given to

J. S. Rydenburg
Jjest exhibit of

for the best collective

y one farmer at the

ir was awarded to

The second prize went

splay. The prize for

exhibit of vegetables

rrTTenry Storch. Mr.

won the prize for the
garden vegetables.

The trial of Judge Robert W. Arch Arch-bald
bald Arch-bald of the Commerce Court on im impeachment
peachment impeachment proceedings brought by the
House of Representatives will begin
In Washington tomorrow. Judge Arch Arch-bold
bold Arch-bold was accused of being an unfit
judge and carrying Improper business
transactions for personal gain under
the guise of his official duties.

The Star calls attention of the Board
of Trade and the public generally to
the article from the Tampa Tribune,
regarding ra'lroad travel and accom accommodations,
modations, accommodations, on the first page. Almost
everyone knows there is a crying need
for reform in this respect. Ocala is
as much sinned against as any town
on the map.

The Star is not perturbed over the
efforts of many 22-caliber people all
over the country to maka trouble be between
tween between Wilson and Bryan. These big
men may disagree, but they are not
noticing the Lillputlans who are shoot shooting
ing shooting off their mouths around their
ankles.

The Times-Union has been designat designated
ed designated as the official organ of the Woman's
Club on the East Coast, and the Tampa
Times on the West Coast.

We judge from a Tecent article in
the Times-Union that it blames the
disorders In the late streetcar strike
on the strikers. We inferred from what
we read in the T.-U. during the strike
that the strikers were uniformly on
their good behavior.

It was a very wise act as well as a
graceful one In Governor Gilchrist to
appoint Miss Emma Mann clerk of the
circuit court of Sumter county to suc succeed
ceed succeed Mr. Nelson. Miss Mann is per perfectly
fectly perfectly familiar with the duties of the
office and will make a first-class clerk.
Ocala now wants to get busy, and
keep busy, with preparations to en entertain
tertain entertain the members of the State
Teachers' Association. Lots of them
are ladles, and lady school teachers are
nearly always good lookers.

The Seaboard Air Line will, we are
Informed, put on Its fine limited train
on the first of next month. This train
makes good time between Jacksonville
and Tampa and is a great favorite
with the traveling public. It has con-

The HIGH COST OF LIVING is a prob'em that is being given a
great deal of attention all over the country, not only in the United States
but abroad.
The time is coming when the grocer must change his method of do doing
ing doing business. It has been figured that it costs people in New York City ten
per cent to have their goods distributed. This can also be applied to peo people
ple people dealing with us, or any other grocer in Ocala, the cost of course, isn't
as great as in New York.
We are going to be the first to break away from the old method of
doing business. The idea of going from house to house every day for
grocery orders was originated before the day of the telephone. Why
should people be imposed upon by this expensive method of getting their
grocery business, when there is a telephone in the house? This is one
great expense to the grocer and must be figured in when he goes to figur figuring
ing figuring his profits.
In doing a credit business a merchant must Ggure on bad accounts.
This moans that he must get a larger margin of profit than the merchant
who is doing a cash business. As a rule people do not get in debt inten intentionally,
tionally, intentionally, but it is so easy to buy goods and have them "charged," that a
great many people buy goods which they really do not need, and when the
bill comes in, they find it larger than they expected, and if the BREAD
WIXXKU hasn't the money and can't get enough to pay the bill, the mer merchant
chant merchant is the loser. The good paying customer and the one who pays
cash over the counter is in a way helping to pay for something which
he "did not get."
The man who sells for "CASH" is bound to sell goods cheaper than
the "CREDIT" man. The merchant who does a credit business has to
borrow money in order to carry charge accounts, while the cash merchant
is paying the cash for his goods, and getting the discount. And in most
cases he buvs goods closer, for the fact that when the wholesaler knows
the cash will accompany the order, he GETS DOWN TO ROCK BOTTOM.
Taking the above facts into consideration, we have decided to put our
business on the CASH BASIS. We will use the coupon books in connec connection
tion connection with the cash system. The coupon books are being used all over
the country to eliminate the trouble of making change, as the coupons
and written up from one cent to a dollar. We have them in $2, $3, $10
and $-V books. These books can be bought for the cash, for which we
allow a discount of two per cent. This does not sound very big, but if you

should buy, say. a $23 book each month and get the two per cent dis discount,
count, discount, you can figure that you are making 2i per cent on the money in invested
vested invested each month.
As we have stated above, we will eliminate the great expense of tak taking
ing taking orders. We will, of course, deliver goods as before. And we will have
a better system of delivery a3 our wagons will leave the store at stated
times. In this way you can tell at all times when to expect your goods.
This alone will be a source of great satisfaction to the housekeeper.
For the convenience of our customers, we will have a telephone list,
and will call them up on stated days, and keep them posted as to prices
and to learn their wants.
All we ask is that you stick to us. and we will show you that we
will save you money every month on your grocery bill. We are going to
sell goods for less money than we could afford to do under the old
method. By selling for cash and reduced expense of doing business, it
can be done. And this seems to be the only solution of reducing the
HIGH COST OF LIVING.
MONDAY SPECIALS
18 lbs. Sugar $1.00 9 lbs. Meal and Grits 25c
Royal Scarlet Strawberries J3
Royal Scarlet Sliced Pineapple 5c
Royal Scarlet Grated Pineapple i $c
Royal Scarlet Apricots J-c
Royal Scarlet Peaches 32c
Royal Scarlet Cherries Zc
Royal Scarlet Gage Plums 2."c
Royal Scarlet Egg Plums 2."c
Royal Scarlet Pears 3:5c
Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tips 31c
Royal Scarlet Asparagus 42c
Royal Scarlet Finest Peas 24c
Royal Scarlet half pound Salmon 17c
Royal Scarlet one pound Salmon 28c

Royal Scarlet Pitted Cherries
Royal Scarlet half pound Shrimp
Royal Scarlet one pound Shrimp
Red Line Asparagus ....
Robin Hood White Wax Beans
Robin Hood String Beans
Robin Hood Crinkle Sweet Peas
Robin Hood Tom Thumb Peas
Robin Hood Asparagus Tips
Robin Hood one pound Peas
Robin Hood Peaches
Robin Hood Apricots
Robin Hood Pears
Robin Hood Cherries
One gallon bottle Eddy's Tomato Catsup
One gallon jug Eddy's Mustard
Mcllhanney's Tobasco Sauce
Pint bottle Van Camp's Tomato Catsun.

Half pint bottle Van Camp's Tomato Cat

Kumford Baking Powder, one iKund.

Cream of Wheat
Hecker and Quaker Oatmeal
Imported Macaroni ... .,
Spaghetti
Chocolate per package, half pound
Cocoa per package, half pound
Seven Cakes Lenox Soap
Snowdrift Lard
Wesson's Cooking Oil
Van Camp's three pound Hominy
Van Camp's two pound Kidney Beans .
10c. Vanilla and Lemon Extract
Small Bottle Maraschino Cherries
Medium Bottle Maraschino Cherries. .
Large Bottle Maraschino Cherries
Corn and Roast Beef
Kingford's Corn Starch
Irish Potatoes per peck

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sist'd heretofore of an engine, combi combination
nation combination car, coach and parlor car. The
Star recommends the Seaboard to put
another coach on this train. We seldom
saw it when 't wasn't uncomfortably
crowded lust season. For that mat

ter, the Seaboard is entirely too stingy

with cars on all its trains on this di

vision. Very few of the trains tlyt

come thru Ocala have enough sats
for the passengers, and many Kople
going to Jacksonville or Tampa take
the longer route by the Coast ine be because
cause because they can nearly alway obtain
an entire seat in one of its ears.

CAIID OF THANK

nur grateful thanks are sincerely
given to the kind friends whq in many
ways showed their sympathy at the

death of our beloved mothar, Mrs.

Rachel Martin.

D. W. Tompkins and Wife

ii. w lompKins.
Mrs. K. D. IJoyer.
Mrs. W. E. It ilea'.

FIN 1-2 CO M I' I. m 12 NT FOU TIIF. FA 1 It

The Tribune predicted a great suc success
cess success for the Marion County Fair, and
the prediction lias been more than
realized.
Thanksgiving Day was an especially
brilliant success, with an automobile
parade which brought out the beauty
and the artistic taste of Marion coun county's
ty's county's charming women. The other fea features
tures features of the fair have been signally
attractive.
It is stated that the county made
the best exhibit in its history of its
varied and lavish products. The live
stock department was the subject of
unlimited praise.
Marion county can always be de depended
pended depended upon to do something clever.
Among other resources, it has one of
the livest towns 'n the country, peo peopled
pled peopled by men of energy and initiative
and women of charm and talent.
Tampa Tribune.

Everybody uses flour, why not get
the best. The White Clover Flower as
advertised in this paper is fully guar guaranteed,
anteed, guaranteed, and deserves at least a trial by
you. You will help convince the ad advertiser
vertiser advertiser that your paper is a good ad advertising
vertising advertising medium by patronizing the
firm that uses its columns.

TEMPLE THEATRE
MONDAY, DEC. 2
Social Event oi (be Season

3 1 T 7

DELLA CLARKE

Amn rnwDMY nrrnMf niANS IN

I A COMEDY IN TOOK ACTS
VB YD EL L ACL A R.K E.

Special Reservation will be
made for out of town Patrons
SEATS NOW ON SALE
Prices:
S1.50, $1, Lower Floor
75c, 50c Balcony

i

the Ocala C'lul

The meeting of- the Woman's Club

Saturday was one of the happiest and
most satisfactory meetings in the an annals
nals annals of the club, on account of the ex existence
istence existence of a true spirit of harmony. It
is true it was a break to give up our
presidentjMrWm. Ilocker, but the
club had' decided that point at a pre previous
vious previous meeting-ndconsidered her elec

tion to the state presidency as a dou

ble honor.

The accession tjthe club presidency

by Mrs. Jack Camp was what might be

called luck or good fortune, for she

has the love and esteem of the whole f1

club and coming just at this time wasj

very fortunate for the smooth running?
order of affairs
-TK'Tneeting was called to order by
Mrs. Ilocker. The minutes of the pre previous
vious previous meeting were read and approv approved.
ed. approved. Owing to the absence from town
of Mrs. Tydings, the report of the
State Federation meeting held at West
Palm Beach on Nov. Iftu to 21st In Inclusive,
clusive, Inclusive, was not read before the club.
This report will be publ'shed in the
Star tomorrow.
Mrs. Ilocker read interesting ar articles
ticles articles on different phases of Woman's
Club work, and of those women deeply
interested in its departments, show showing
ing showing the breadth of the work and the
responsibilities of its head, the presi president
dent president of the National Federation, also
of the recognition that the now wide wideawake
awake wideawake thinking public accord it. The
club was vastly interested in it all and
in the expression of appreciation given
to the hospitality extenled by the citi citizens,
zens, citizens, men and women, of West Falm
Beach to the State Federation. It was
a beautiful as well as busy time, and
will long be remembered by those for fortunate
tunate fortunate enough to be present.
After the informal talk and reading,
the afternoon was given over to Miss
Lidia McDougal. Her subject for the
afternoon was Art. Miss Wartmann's
able paper on this subject, written for
and read at the late Federation meet meeting,
ing, meeting, was, unfortunately, detained and
the club was much disappointed in not
hearing it. Miss McDougal read a pa paper
per paper on "Commercialism in Art," which
was fine and read in a beautiful way.
Miss McDougal has a very attractive
voice and winning manner for public
speaking.
Mrs, Hooker's Farewell Addrea
Mrs. Ilocker then made her farewell
addrt-ss to the club as its president.
She spoke as follows:
'"Now the time has come when I
must lay down the leadership of your
club. As you all know, it is done that
I may assume the duties of the presi president
dent president of the Florida Federation of Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Clubs, a position of much honor
and much work, much responsibility
and large opportunity. It i? a position
that is not trained by family, social
position or husband's rejected glory,
and it makes me very happy to bring
this mark of recognition to our club
and to know I have the good wishes of
all of you, and am going to have your
loyal support to make this adminis administration
tration administration worth while. I have a tower
of strength in our corresponding sec secretary
retary secretary anl am depending on her to
make the work possible for me.
This is only a formal leave-taking,
for I hope to be hvre with as much
regularity anJ just as much interest as
heretofore, anl the succession of our
first vice president mean. a step for forward,
ward, forward, for she hs much in her favor
that I cannot bring you. Hfr friends
are numbered by those vh. know her.

The way she has managed our school
affairs shows her administrative abil ability,
ity, ability, and she brings you enthusiasm to together
gether together with good practical judgment.
"Those who blaze the way must, of
necessity, be rather aggressive at
times to overcome many obstacles, but
your new president comes to you free
from any suspicion of partisanism or
real or fancied hurts that have to be
healed. I bespeak for her your honest,
loyal support. Lets make it easy for
her. We can dtf it; the club is well or organized,
ganized, organized, and the chairmen know what
is expected of Jhem and the members
are earnest and capable, so lets make
our president's a joy and not a bur burden.
den. burden. Its the little things that hurt,
the petty jealousies and spite and the
criticism outside and if we are only
loyal to the club ideal, if we will only
build, not tear down, we will find our
influence and power absolutely invin invincible,
cible, invincible, besides a remarkable broaden broadening
ing broadening of our own minds and dispositions.
"I thank you from my heart for your
unfailing courtesy and kindness. If
our organization is a success, it is be because
cause because of you. I count my services
with you the most satisfactory exper experience
ience experience of my life and it is only because
of my confidence in her. that I am will willing
ing willing to resign the gavel to my succes successor,
sor, successor, your new president. Mrs. Jack
Camp."
As a token of farewell regard. Mrs.
Ilocker presented a beautiful picture
of herself as the first president of the
club, to be followed by the pictures of
each successive president. It is hoped
that the picture of Mrs. Kichard Mc Mc-Conathy,
Conathy, Mc-Conathy, as president of the Civic
League of Ocala, can be obtained to
head the list, as the Woman's Club is
the outcome of that organization. Mrs.
Jack Camp then formally accepted the

S. A. MOSES
General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS and PRODUCE
I am offering tbe following goods,
to the wholesale trade only:

Kins Apples, per barrel ?4.00
York Imperial Apples, per lhl... 4.50
Ited Ganow Apples, per libl 4.25
Cape Cod Cranberries, per crate.. 2.50
Celery, per dozen bunches -S3
Carrots, per crate ."
Fine Canadian Turnips price on
application.
Malaga Grapes, per kef?. .1.."V to Si.OO
Hed Onions, 100 lb. sack 1.05
Yellow Onions, lOO lb. sack 1.70
Virginia Cabbage, per crate 1.C5
New York Cabbage, double crate.. 1.00

Special attention Eiven to out of
town shipping: orders. Fresh stock al al-wajs
wajs al-wajs on band. Telephone 209. N'eit
door north of Florida Anto Sales Co.,
orth Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla.

EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL EXC.IXEEil,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans. Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA - FLORIDA

presidency in a most happy, graceful
way.
The rest of the afternoon was given
over to the social hour. The hostesses,
Mrs. Richey and Mrs. Hall, served de delightful
lightful delightful tea and sandwiches. The so social
cial social hour ended a much to be remem remembered
bered remembered club meeting.

JUST IlECKIVKD
Carload Texas Red Rust Troof Seed

Oats, 80c. per bushel; 12 bushels or j
more, 73c per bushel. II. B. Master j

Co. ll-27-4td ltw

uiit j vritVJLLjii. jj.il lj? uvu f y n jj,

OPEN DAY AND NIGnT

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

FOR SALE

I am now offering some of the most
valuable lots In the northern part of
the city. If Interested call on W. H.
McConn at Converse's planing mill. I
also have other valuable lands at
Sparr going very reasonable.

FOR RENT
FOR RE XT Nine-room house, three
blocks from postoffice. Apply to T.
C. Thomsen, postoffice or 31 N. 3rd
street, West. 11-15
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

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II. E. VOXCE AGAIN IX
THE PLUMBING IJUSINESS

R. E. Yonge & Co. are again in the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
Jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Phone 26. Respectfully,
Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.

FOR SALE

81 acres of good farm land, part of
which i3 under cultivation, situated
one-half mile north of Leroy. There
H a large house and barn and other
improvements. Will sell all or a part.
Address Mrs. Lydia Afl Holmes, Leroy,
Fla. 12-6-4tw

FOR SALE At a bargain, one 30 30-horsepower,
horsepower, 30-horsepower, 5-passenger touring car;
1S12 model, only been used a short
time; as good as new. Apply box 597,
Ocala, Fla. ll-27-d6t wit

Highest cash price paid for all old
sold or silver. B. Goldman, Ocala,
Fla. Why Fay More? Ad.

HELP WAIVILD

WANTED Several salesman in
Alachua, Marion, Putnam and Citrus
counties to represent oldest establish established
ed established sewing machine on earth. Exper Experience
ience Experience not necessary. Good men can
make good wages. Address Singer
Sewing Machine Co Gainesville, Fla.

MILCII COWS FOR SALE

At Dr. Dunn's stables, fresh Jersey
cows for sale for a few days. See me
if in need of a good cow. W. K. Lang Lang-ford.
ford. Lang-ford. ll-28-2td

FIRE WOOD
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney's residence, where I have a
large stocJc of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak, all of which is well
seasoned. One dollar for a big load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
city.
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a "first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. MANNING.

LORETTO (Near Mandarin) Florida
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boj-s from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment In Sclhoolrooms. Dorm
itories, Dining Hall and Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY LORETTO. FLORIDA

HORSES AND MULES

I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot,
West Exposition Street three blocks west of

court house square,
a Fine Drove of
First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.

on
the

-

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

M. dr. NICHOL:

LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

FOIEYSKIDNEYPIIIS FOLEYSiODNEYPHIS

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OCAIiA WEETAir STARV MOXDAr DECEMBER 2, 1912

7o J&trads From si Maury

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 wa3 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

flip? mmiuxmxl inut

MILE

(CLEAN ALL)

THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS OF THE KLE-NOL CO. 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., arc Southern made
and have proven superior to all others.
A number of prominent citizens of Ocala are inter interested
ested interested in the Kle-Nol Co., as stockholders, which
alone is a good reason why you should.
Include in your next order to your grocer or druggist
one or more of the above.

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

K. of P. meet this evening;

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Masons meet Thursday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening-.

Go to the Ocaia seed Store for fresh
seeds. Ad.

Dr. Mcintosh went to Orange Lake
on a Ashing trip this afternoon.

Initial stationery, 35c the box at
Gerig's Drug Stores. Ad.

Mr. Emmett Robinson has gone to
Tampa on a business visit.

White Clover Flour Is better. Ask
your grocer.

Mrs. Belle Deen left yesterday for a
visit to her sister In Plant City.

Tickets for "Introduce Me" are on
sale at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. J. M. Thomas left this afternoon

Ifor a visit to Inverness.

Mr. W. F. IIle?ch left Sunday for a

trip to Jacksonville.

Pure Food and Meat Stall, city mar market,
ket, market, phone 471. 31. C. Dona. 11-22-tf

Mr. E. R. Sapp of the A. C. I came
up from -Lakeland Saturday, to visit
his family.

White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Miss Eva Overstreet, teacher at Moss
Bluff, after a pleasant visit to Mrs.
Robert Flinn, returned home Sunday.

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

j Miss Daisy Ervin went to Gaines Gaines-,
, Gaines-, ville thin afternoon for a visit to rela rela-'
' rela-' tives.

A full line of enameled ware and
flower pots at a bargain at the Ocala
Seed Store. Ad.

j Express service has been put on Sun Sun-nyjim
nyjim Sun-nyjim and will continue until after

FOR FLORIDA RAISED
JERSEY MULCH COWS

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Apply (o
HIAWATHA LAKE STOCK FARM

Mr. J. II. Pittman returned today
from a visit to his son. Rev. Samuel
Pittman in Nashville, Tenn.

Dr. William Anderson after several
days confinement to his home, is again
able to be at his drugstore.

Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig's Drug
Stores. Ad.

Mrs. J. A. WaSterfe, who has been at

Montezuma, Gi&j&or the past few

weeks, returned home Saturday.

Mr. Fred Lansford' of Palatka spent
Sunday in Ocala, visiting his brother,
A. M. Lansford and family.

OYSTER. St'PPER AXD BAZAAR

To oe Glvea by the Daughter of the
Confederacy Wedaeaday
ErrDlae, Dee. 4
Dickison Chapter will give a bazar
and oyster supper at the Woman's
Club on the afternoon and evening of
Wednesday. Dec. 4th, 1912. from 3 to
10. They will have for sale home homemade
made homemade cakes and candies, besides many
beautiful and useful articles of fancy
work. When you have quite exhaust exhausted
ed exhausted your self buying and long for a
delicious cup of tea. you will find it at
the booth presided over by Mrs. Sis Sis-trunk.
trunk. Sis-trunk. From 5 to lu o'clock a very
tempting oyster supper will be served,
which will round off a pleasant after afternoon
noon afternoon and evening for the people of
Ocala.
Xotlee to the Ladle
All ladies who will contribute fancy
work for the bazar to be given by the
Daughters of the Confederacy, Dec 4,
will please leave same at Mrs. Ed Car Car-michael's
michael's Car-michael's residence by Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. Ed CarmichaeL
Mrs. J. IL Strunk.
Mrs. B. Sanders, Com.

SOCIAL. CALEXDAR FOR THE WEEK

This week promises to be the gayest
one in Ocala since the social season
opened. Many lovely parties will be
given and those who are invited are
anticpatlng their coming with keenest
delight. Monday Is always devoted to
church tea?, guilds, sewing societies
and the ladles never let anything pre prevent
vent prevent them from attending.
Tuesday morning at ten o'clock Miss
Mattie Williams will be the charming
hostess with whom the newly organ organized
ized organized five-table bridge club will meet.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Marcus
Frank will entertain a large number of
friends at a trail party. On the same
afternoon the United Daughters of the
Confederacy will have a sale at the
Woman's Club of fancy work, candy
and cake and that evening an oyster
supper will be served.
Thursday morning Mrs. E. M. How Howard
ard Howard will be the lovely hostess of a
bridge party given especially for Miss
Weathers. In the afternoon two card
cIu'.js will meet for the first time this
season. The Married Laies' Card Club
with Mrs. G. T. Maughs and the Young
Ladies' Card Club with Mrs. Arthur
Clark. The Thursday Night Bridge
Club will meet for its second game.
Friday afternoon Miss Sara Davis
will be the attractive hostess of the
Young Girls' Bridge Club and on the
same afternoon Mrs. D. S. Woodrow
will give a charming party for Miss
Weathers, who is to be a late Decem December
ber December bride.

FOR MRS. LIVIXGSTOX

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your

PLUMBING

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

tt'c Guarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
An fff employ none bat expertn we are In ponltlon to (guarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work we eoaMtrnet to Miami the I impaction of the moat
rlicld InNpet'tora. it enntn nothing to feet our figurea, and you are the
winner, whether we aeeure the euntraet or not. Ulve urn a trial.
H. W. TUCKER

FORT KING BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA

FOR SALE One Duroc Red Jersey
male hog. eighteen months old. Adam

illafner, Bellevlew, Fla. ll-29-2tw

Mr. Early Doke of Alachua, after a
pleasant visit to Ocala friends, return

ed home Sunday.

Saturday afternoon Miss Eugenia
Fuller was the pretty hostess of a two two-table
table two-table bridge, which she gave for Mrs.
Gay Livingston of Rosalie, -who is the
guest of Mrs. Clarence Camp.
To play with the honoree Miss Full
ler invited Misses Mary Burford, Sara
Davis, Bettle Mclver, Fanny Robinson,
Alma Glenn of Atlanta, Annie Atkin Atkinson
son Atkinson and Mrs. Violet Powers. Miss
Marguerite Porter Joined this happy
crowd at four o'clock.
The scores were kept on attractive
poincetti tallies and whefl the final
count was made Miss Atkinson proved
to have the highest and was given a
box of pretty stationery. A similar
box was given the honoree.
After the thoroughly enjoyable
games Miss Fuller served delicious

fruit salad, pimento and nut sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, cheese wafers, olives and hot
tea.

Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.

Mr. Jno. W. Stevens, the veteran
democrat of Fort McCoy, was in town
Saturday night.

Mrs. Gay Livingston, who has been

he welcome and charming guest of

er numerous Ocala friends for the

past few days, will return to her home

at Rosalie, in the Kissimmee valley,
Wednesday.

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

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THE FLORIDA
CENTRAL LAND
DEVELOPER OF
NORTH OCALA

For Quick Sale
We have placed on sale 25 of those
beautiful lots in our New Subdivision
NORTH OCALA
at 50 per cent, below value. After
this sale of 25 lots (be remainder will
be advanced $50. per lot. Buy a lot
now and save $50. This is a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful piece of property, and we take
pleasure in showing it to you whether
you wish to buy or not.

Misg Mary Connor has returned from
an enjoyable week end visit with Mrs.
Hester at Lady Lake and her parents
at Lake Weir.

Arkansas Chin & Fever Tonic-, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrippe.
Tydings & Co. Ad.

Miss Lola Raysor returned to her
school work at Orlando Sunday. Miss
Raysor likes Orlando, and finds her
position there very pleasant.

Look at our line or box stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Mr. Bradford Webb, his wife and
mother, came in from Kendrlck yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon to attend the Elks'
memorial service.

Sunbeam Soda, full pound

packages..

Van Houten's Cocoa requiies

only half as much as 0
other Cocoas, cans 25, 45, 0

Sunbeam Corn Flakes

3 for

Miss Dora Kennedy, an attractive
young lady from Alachua, who has
been the guest of Miss Lulie Holder,
returned home yesterday.

. OFFICE:
On Main St. two Doors N. of Harrington Hall.

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Mr. Don Peabody, after several days

of sickness, is able to return to his

work in the office of the clerk of the

circuit court.

Mr. Claude Gates, after a pleasant
Thanksgiving visit to his relatives

here, has returned to his position at

Long Key, far down on the East Coast

extension.

Miss Nona Sewell, after a Thanks

giving visit to her sister, Mrs. J. P.

Galloway, returned Sunday to her

home 'n Brooksville, accompanied by

her grandmother, Mrs. E. A. Sewell.

Among the colored people of Ocala

Is a man of about forty who Is not col

ored, but as blackAs the ace of spade?,
and unlike mosblack negroes wears

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an excessively folemneholy expression

This is owing to'th fact that his aunt

died when he wasabout ten. and the

family living in jthe country, and no

crape being obtafnable on such a short
notice, the other members of the fam

ily made him stand up against the
front door all the morning before the

funeral as a symbol of mourning. His

face has never recovered from the ex

perlence.

A large party left for

.t.VSunnyjim this morning.

Inverness on

It was prin

elrally composed of people goinj? to

attend the special term of Citrus coun

ty court. Among them were J-alge "VY

S. F.ullock. State Attorney E. W. Da

vis, Mrs. Mary Bogie, the court steno

grapher. Attorneys W. M. Gober and

R. B. Bullock, and Deputy Sheriff

Brisrance with A. V. Hough, for whose

trial the special term is being held

Hough killed his wife at Clermont las

summer, and the feeling against him

in Lake county was naturally too

strong for him to be tried there. Mr.

R. B. Bullock is Uougha attorney.

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MISS DELLA CLARKE

"IXTUODl'CE ME-

The Lively Play to be Given at the
Temple Tonight
Miss Delia Clarke and the members
of her company came in from St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Sunday, and are at the Ocala
House. They will give their excellent
play, "Introduce Me," at the Temple
this evening.
"Introduce Me" has a high reputa reputation
tion reputation as a play, and M'ss Clarke has
won fame on the stage by her talent
and good looks. The press is unani unanimous
mous unanimous in praising the company where where-ever
ever where-ever it has been, and the people who
go to the Temple this evening can
count on seeing a brilliant and Inter Interesting
esting Interesting performance.

XO PICTURES AT
THE TEMPLE THEATER

On account of the "Introduce Me"
company occupying, the theater to tonight'
night' tonight' there will be no pictures shown.
Tomorrow night's special, "Big Bill"
Anderson in "Broncho Billy Outwitted."

SAVAGE FIGHT AT
THE JOIIWY JONES SHOW

The big leopard belonging to the
Johnny Jones show became savage to today
day today about noon and tried to kill his
trainer. A desperate fight ensued, in
which the man was badly scratched
and the leopard killed. It took a doz dozen
en dozen armed men to give him his quietus.

DR. V. re. tASB

Specialist Eye, Ear, None and Throat
Office, Law Library Bidg, Ocala. Ad.

Several attaches of the Star were
favored Saturday with nice boxes of
candy, given by Professor Wiley,
principal of Fessenden Academy. The
candy was taken from the exhibits
made by the pupils of the academy at
the fair, and vas as good as is made.
Professor Wiley, and h's assistants are
certainly doing good and useful work.

GET UNDER OUR WING
And you'll be "safe on a rainy day.
Sickness as well as reverses visit -those
who least expect them.
Money Deposited for Sale Keeping
In our bank is a splendid thing to
have in time of necessity. Now is a
good time to open an account. Call
and we will arrange all details.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BAM
CAPITAL FULLY IX 75M0
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JXO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vic Pre.

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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
good sport.
We are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.

larioi laMware Co

F,a.h.es... 25c

Snowdrift Compound and Wes Wesson's
son's Wesson's Cooking Oil, better than

Cottolene, and costs less.

Sunbeam Mince Meat with fine

recipe for Mince Pie, Fruit Cake

and Plum Pudding, IC

3 packages for t)v

All kinds of Nut and Fruit Cake

Material.

Export Borax Soap, same size
and shape of Octagon and is a

better piece of soap

6 for

Jonny Jones and his carnival crew
came in on their special train last
night. The boys hit town right In the
middle of a hard rain, which made
their unloading difficult and disagree disagreeable.
able. disagreeable. About a score of them found hot

coffee at Dewey's particularly season

able. 1

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Mr. Lee Miller came in from Orlando
Saturday night, to visit Mrs. Miller,
who is the guest of her sisters, Mrs.
Claude Kregcr and Mrs. Arthur Clark.
Lee says Ocala is the best little town
in the state.

Judge W. S. Tiulloek returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Prooksville. where he pre presided
sided presided last week over Hernando county
court. He said that the trial of G. W.
Livingstone, for killing Joe and Dave
Long, resulted in acquittal.

Mr. Howell A. Davis, wife and
daughter, Mrs. W. P. Merriman and
Mr. W. Ti. Royster of Palatka passed
thru Ocala Saturday evening in their
car,. on their way to Kissimmee.

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The Baptists of Ocala are not j-et

ready to build the Jfne, new church
house they have in iind, but they tind
it necessary to add some rooms to the
back of the preafnt UflTjdlng to ac accommodate
commodate accommodate scholrs fl the steadily
growing Sunday scbjbt The school,
of which Mr. WillT.Gary Is the most
efficient superintendent, now has 218
'tnembers, with accessions every Sunday

Sunbeam Oatmeal per

package

25c
10c

Mr. Lee Raysor, after a successful
summer and autumn on the big Ray Raysor
sor Raysor farm at Lowell, has for the time
being returned to railroading, and Is
express messenger on the A. C. L.
trains 9 and 10, between Jacksonville
and Leesburjr.

Major R. A. Green arrived in town
yesterday from northern Ohio, where
he has been buying grapes during the

season. Mr. Green stopped for several
days in Jacksonville, where Mrs. Green
is staying. He will go on to Tampa

ami Clearwater tomorrow to handle

oranges.

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One of our friends has been looking
over his birthday statistics and has

figured it out that as twelve is a

lucky number, he has some great good

fortune coming to him. On the 12th

of December, 1912, he will be 57 years
old, and the numerals 5 and 7 make

another twelve. He believes he will

have twelve big, fine birthday pres

ents, and we are going to give him a

jewsharp ourself.

Do Your Holiday Shopping by
Mail
A responsible house which has the best
merchandise in the world can serve you
as well by mail as in person. Such a
house is

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Stationery, Book and Art Store
45-49 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville, Florida
We Guarantee Mail Orders to Give Satisfaction
Novelties in Leather, Silver, Brass and Parisian Ivory,
Pictures, Toys, Dolls, Gift Books, Cut Glass, Fine
Stationery, Engraving, Kodaks. Send for catalog today

awakened Saturday night by a steal stealthy
thy stealthy hand groping under his pillow.

Having uncautiously omitted to take
his pocket-cannon to roo.t with him,
he could do nothing but hurl a volley
of vigorous epithets at the intruder.
The marauder skipped at a Maud W.
gait, leaving no trace behind, but the
young man was able to note in the
faint light that the hand an 1 arm
were white.

FRESH SCEDS

If you want to subscribe Tot a mag magazine,
azine, magazine, a single magazine or a club, for
yourself or a Chr'stmas present for a
friend, please do so through Miss Alice
Campbell, 47 South Third street. Phone
198.

We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty-

j dings & Company. Ad.

Terkeween Oil, tne great nerre a.nd
bone liniment; will not blister. Tor

i rheumatism, neuralgia, paint In the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
i cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. Ad.

Miss Daisy Bell left yesterday for a
two weeks' visU with friends at
Wakulla.

Take Digestlt for Indigestion ana
wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy. Ad.

NOTICE

Mrs. Jack Kent? and baby and Mrs.
Pentz's mother, Mrs. G. A. Davis, are
home from visit to Jacksonville.

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Mr. A. E. P.urnett has some mighty
fine rings in his jewelry store, and
you wouldn't think that it would be a
good way to sell them to knock them.
However, he is having that very thing
done, and if you don't believe us, stop
as you tro by the display window and
see Thor and Vulcan knocking one of
the sail rings.

The always popular and good-looking
Court Pharmacy is brightened up
creatly with its new :n ide decoration,
and is rr.ore Inviting and cheerful than
ever.

Notice Is hereby given the public,
that, beginning with Dec. 1st, 1912, j
we, the undersigned, have each adopt-

ed and expect to maintain a strictly
cash business, and positively no ex exceptions
ceptions exceptions will be made to this rule.
A deposit ot one-half must also be
made on all orders at time of sitting,
and no proofs will be shown until such
deposit has been made.
Signed: Mills Studio.
II. Parker Wilcox.
Ocala Photo Co.

9EED, NEW CROP

Garden, field and flower seed, Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.

For first class automoTne service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
3127. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
One of our yournr friends, who sleeps
with hia head near a window, was

hOK SALE
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This cutflt Is almost
new and cost 1150, but we offer it for
1150 spot cash. The Success Furniture
Co. 11-1

The Candy of Character

On the Character of Candy
depends Its fitness (or
Hit making.

No Candy is so well fitted

and draciously accepted as

Candies of Rare Quality.'

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FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 29 Daugnerty St. 10-30-tf

W. TROXLER

21 Main SIrtei
SALES AGENT
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OCALA tZVESlsa SfiK, MOXDAY, PECE3IBEft 2, 1012

HAND PAINTED
CHINA DINNER SETS

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

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THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

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in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.

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

;kind that do notjtarnish. 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 i)leasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY

THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

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

Phone 331

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FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
THE HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE
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RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Each Room. Free Bath3.
COOLEST HOOMS, HEST I1ED9
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street

Xli6 .Root
of Evil

By THOMAS DIXON

Copyright. 1911. by Thomas
Dixon

An Aftermath Confession.
THE day follo-wins Birens offer
to Stuart was made memorable
by a sinister event In Union
square. A mass meeting ot
the unemployed had been called to
protest against their wrongs and par particularly
ticularly particularly to denounce the men who had
advanced the price of bread by creat creating
ing creating a corner in wheat.
On his way down town Stuart read
with astonishment that Dr. Woodmau
would preside over this gathering. He
determined to go. As he hurried through
the routine work of his office, giving
his orders for the day, he received a
telephone call from Nan. asking him
to accompany her to this meeting.
"I don't think you ought to go." he
answered emphatically. "There might
be a riot"
"I'm not afraid."
"And you might hear some very
plain talk about your husband."
"That's exactly why 1 wish to go!
I'll send one of my cars to the office
for you Immediately."
An hour later when Stuart, seated
by Nan's side, reached Union square,
the automobile was stopped by the po police
lice police and turned Into Seventeenth street.
Every inch of space In the square
seemed blocked by a solid mass of mo motionless
tionless motionless humanity. Stuart left the car
in Seventeenth street and succeeded
finally in forcing a way through the
crowd to a position within a hundred
feet of the rude platform that bad
been erected for the orators. The
scene about the stand bristled with po policemen.
licemen. policemen. Besides the special detail of picked
men who moved about the stand, oc occasionally
casionally occasionally clubbing an Inoffensive man,
a battalion of 300 reserves was drawn
up in serried lines about a hundred
yards to the north on the edge of
Fourth avenue. Between these re reserves
serves reserves and the crowd about the stand
an open space was kept clear for their
possible assault In case of any dis disturbance.
turbance. disturbance. When the speaking began Stuart
pressed his way as close as possible,
drawing Nan with him. lie was as astonished
tonished astonished at the genuine eloquence and
power with which the first speaker,
evidently of anarchistic leanings, de developed
veloped developed his theme, a passionate plea
for freedom and the highest develop
ment of the Individual man. Ills con concluding
cluding concluding sentences roused his crowd to
a pitch of wild enthusiasm.
"In the old world, from which your
fathers and mothers fled in search of
freedom, men enslaved their fellow
men by becoming lords, dukes or
kings, murdering or poisoning their way
to a castle or a throne. The meth methods
ods methods of your modern masters are more
subtle and successful. You vote to
make them your masters, and still
Imagine that you are free."
A cheer like the roar of an angry sea
swept the crowd. Again and again it
rose and fell, increasing in volume as
Its contagious spirit set fire to the rest restless
less restless minds of the thousands who had
packed the square, but could not hear
the man .who was voicing their faith.
In the deep roar of their cheers there
was no sodden despair. As Stuart
looked into the faces of the crowd he
saw no trace of the degeneracy and loss
of elemental manhood which make
the sight of a European mob loath loathsome
some loathsome and hopeless. These men were
still men, the might of freemen In their
souls and good right arms.
When the last echoes of the cheers
had died away there was a stir near
the stand and Stuart saw the stalwart
figure of Dr. Woodman suddenly rise,
lie lifted his arm over the crowd, de demanding
manding demanding silence.
The doctor plunged at once Into the
message with which his heart was
quivering:
"Let no man tell you, my friends,
that the God of our fathers is a myth.
You can't lose faith in (Jod because
you have not lost faith In eternal jus justice.
tice. justice. This faith Is Just coming into
conscious existence in the hearts of
millions. By this sign we know that a
new age is born. Poets and artists no
longer gaze into heaven. Their eyes
are fixed on earth. Men have ceased
to long for another world, therefore
their hope Is now for this one. To bring
justice and beauty to pass on this
earth in wisdom and fearlessness of
death this is the new creed cf the
people!
"My friends, the workingman of to today
day today lives better than the kings of the
middle ages. Have patience, my
friends, the workingman of tomorrow
will be ttie heir of all the knowledge,
of all the pain and all the glory of the
centuries. We should not be so im impatient,
patient, impatient, we should not be discouraged.
The progress of the world has really
just begun. And so I, who watch the
darkness pass and see the eastern sky
begin to glow I cry to you who may
still be below: 'Be of good cheer, the
day dawns!'
A feeble cheer rose from the hun
dred or more who knew the doctor
personally. It was the only response
the sullen crowd gave to hi3 burst of
feeling. They were not in sympathy
with his optimism. The anguish of
the present moment of bread henger
and cold was too keen.
When the doctor sat down Stuart
saw Harriet suddenly lean over, draw
his big shaggy head down and kiss
him. He hadn't recognized her before.
The next speaker made his attack on
the corruption and graft of our system
of government with brutal frankness.
He assailed the foundations of the re republic,
public, republic, and at last the principles which
underlie civilized society itself. Un Undoubtedly
doubtedly Undoubtedly he was a madman, driven
insane by the fierce struggle for bread,
but none the less a dangerous maniac
With scathing, bitter wit he flayed the

corruption or oar system of democracy.
The speaker closed his tirade witn
a tierce ersini! attack on the man
who had made five millions In a corner
on bread and fia anted his 111 gotten
gains in the face of starving men and
women.
Nan's face flashed with sudden rage.
"Take me to my car. Jim. I've an
Idea I'm going to execute it at once.
"Wouldn't you like to meet the doc doctor
tor doctor and his daughter before yon go'tn
"Thanks. Hardly. You know be Is
on Mr. Bivens black list
"I'd forgotten that," he answered
regretfully. "I'd like awfully for you

"Be of good cheer the day dawns!"
to meet Harriet I'm sure you'd like
her."
Nan smiled.
"I could see she likes you. 1 don't
think she took a fancy to me. how however."
ever." however." "Nonsense. Nan," he said, with an annoyance.
noyance. annoyance. "She couldn't have seen you.
I didn't know she was here until she
kissed her father."
"Perhaps my eyes are keener than
rnura
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Cheap for cash. Apply at this office.

XOTICE OP MASTER'S SALE

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain decree of
foreclosure issued out of the' circuit
court of the fifth judicial circuit of
Florida, in and for Marion county,
made and entered on the 26th day of
October, A. D. 1912, in that certain
cause pending wherein C. A. Scandrett
is complainant and A. B. Edwards and
Susan Edwards defendants, I, Bradford
Williams, special master in said cause,
shall offer for sale and sell at public
outcry in front of the west door of the
court house of Marion county, Florida,
between the legal hours of sale on
rule day
Monday, the Gth day of January A. D.
19 13,
the same being the first Monday In said
month, to the'highest and best bidder
for cash, the following described prop property,
erty, property, to-wit: The southeast quarter of
the northeast quarter, section eleven
(11), township fifteen (15). range
twenty (20) east, containing forty f40

acres more or less, situated lying and

j oeing in Jiarion county, Florida, or so

mucn mereor as may be necessary to
satisfy said decree.
Bradford "Williams,
Wm. M. Gober, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor.
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of that certain final de decree,
cree, decree, rendered by the judge of the
circuit court of the fifth judicial cir circuit
cuit circuit of Florida, in chancery sitting. In
a certain cause therein pending where wherein
in wherein C. E. Adams is complainant and
Robert II. Reid is defendant, said
final decree being dated Nov. 19, A. D.
1912, I, the undersigned special mas master,
ter, master, will offer and expose for sale, and
will sell for cash to the highest and
best bidder therefor before the south
door of the court house in Marion
county, Florida, on
.Monday, January (Ufa, A. D. 1913
the following described lands, or so
much thereof as may be needed to
satisfy the said decree and costs, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: "The southeast one quarter of the
northeast one quarter of the southwest
one quarter of section 3, township 14
south, range 23 east, beiner block 3
and tract 2 as per map of the New
South Farm & Home Company, con containing
taining containing ten (10) acres more or less.
Thirty feet is reserved on each section
and half section line for public high highway
way highway purposes." Bradford Williams,
Edwin Spencer, Jr., Special Master.
Solicitor for Complainant.
XOTICE FOR PAVIXG I) IDS
Notice is hereby given that on the
3rd day of December, A. D. 1912, the
city council of the city of Ocala, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, will consider bids
for the paving with vitrified bricK
that portion of Fort King avenue, in
the city of Ocala, to-wit: Beginning
with the intersection of said avenue,
on the west side of Main street, thence
running west to Orange street, a dis distance
tance distance of 528 feet and containing ap approximately
proximately approximately 1636 square yards; also
that portion of South, or Exposition
street, beginning at its intersection
with the east side of Orange street,
thence west 495 feet to Pond street,
and containing approximately 2900
square yards. Said bids to be sealed
and filed with the clerk of the city of
Ocala at least five days prior to above
named meeting of said council; said
bids to be made in accordance with
specifications for such paving now on
file at the city clerk's office in Ocala,
Florida. The city council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids sub submitted.
mitted. submitted. J. D. Robertson, Mayor.
R. R. Carroll. President City Council.
Attest: IL C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.

NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that we, the
undersigned, shall apply to His Ex Excellency,
cellency, Excellency, the governor of the state of
Florida, at his office in Tallahassee, on
the 2nl day of January, A. D. 1913,
for letters patent incorporating us,
our associates and successors, into a
body politic and corporate, in deed
and in law, by the name, for the pur purpose
pose purpose and upon the terms set forth in
our charter, which is now on file in
the office of the secretary of state, at
Tallahassee, and a copy of which is
below set out as a part of this notice.
This the 31st day of October, A. D.
1912. A. C. Blowers.
H. Cramer.
Geo. A. Blowers.
CHARTER OF THE BLOWERS LIME
AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY
The undersigned, A. C. Blowers,
Gtorge A. Blowers and Hiram Cramer,
do hereby associate themselves to together
gether together for the purpose of becoming
incorporated and transacting divers
businesses as a corporation for profit,
under the laws of the state of Florida;
and do hereby adopt the following as
the charter of such corporation:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corooration shall
be BLOWERS LIME AND" PHOSPHATE
COMPANY, and its place of business
shall be at the citv of St. Petersburg,
in Pinellas county, Florida, and Ocala.
in Marion county. Florida. with
branch ofrices or places of business at
such other points as may, from time
to time, become necessary or conven convenient,
ient, convenient, to be fixed in the by-laws of the
corporation.
ARTICLE II.
This corporation proposes, and Is

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ALL DRUGGISTS

empowered, to transact the following

Businesses:

1. To acaulre. by lease or pur

chase, lime and phosphate lands, to
develop same, and to sell the products

thereof, as well as the lands or lease leaseholds
holds leaseholds so acquired.

2. To manufacture brick, lime and

cement, commercial fertilizer and
kindred products; to acquire, own and
operate all necessary machinery for
such purposes; and to sell said pro products,
ducts, products, as well as said machinery.

3. To engage generally in the- man manufacture,
ufacture, manufacture, buyiner and sellins: of the

above mentioned products, including
concrete blocks for building, paving or
other purposes, and all by-products
thereof.

4. To deal in any and all kinds of

real estate, by purchasing, holding, im

proving, letting to rent, developing

and selling same, or products there therefrom,
from, therefrom, and by doing any and all things

incident to such business.
5. To deal in any and all kinds of
personal property, by buying, holding,
letting to hire, and selling same, in

cluding live stock, farm implements.

machinery, vehicles, automooiles, bi bicycles,
cycles, bicycles, motorcycles and other per

sonal property.
6. To lay out. equip, conduct and
control, on lands it may own or lease
for the purpose, amusement and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure resorts, with power to sell and
grant concessions thereon for refresh refreshment
ment refreshment stands, lunch-rooms and other
accessories to such, places.
7. To do a general lumber business,
owning and operating lumber mills
and lumber yards, manufacturing,
buying and selling any and all kinds
of lumber and building material pro produced
duced produced therefrom.
S. To acquire, own and operate
electric plants and gas plants, manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing and selling gas and elec electricity
tricity electricity for lighting, heating, power
and other purposes, and constructing
lines, pipes and conduits for the trans transmission
mission transmission thereof: and selling all by byproducts
products byproducts of such plants.
9. To own and operate boat lines,
steamboats, steamships, sailing vessels
and all kinds of water craft, and the
dock, harbor?, wharves, piers and
shipyards connected therewith.
10. To conduct general merchandise
and comi?sary stores, buying and
selling, by wholesale and retail, im importing
porting importing and exporting, all kinds of
goods, wares, merchandise, groceries,
drugs, chemicals, foods, feed stuffs,
fruits, vegetables, farm products, farm
implements, fertilizers, and all other
merchantable commodities
11. To purchase, invest fn and sell
stocks, promissory notes, bills of ex exchange,
change, exchange, bonds and mortgages or other
securities: and to loan money on real
estate mortgage, chattel mortgage or
other security.
12. To acquire, conduct and con control,
trol, control, or rent out, hotels, restaurants,
cafes. boarding houses, rooming
houses, apartment houses, store houses,
garages, livery and feed stables.
13. To acquire, own and cultivate
farms, truck gardens and citrus fruit
groves, and to sell or otherwise dis dispose
pose dispose of the products thereof, and the
propertv so acquired.
7 4. To conduct a general real estate
and rental agency, acting as the agent
or broker of others in buying or sell selling,
ing, selling, renting or letting to rent, any
and all kinds of real property; in col collecting
lecting collecting purchase money or rentals on
such real property; in procuring ten tenants
ants tenants for any such property; and in

managing generally all such proper properties
ties properties with power on the part of the
corporation lo guarantee the Income
or rents of the said property for any
given period.
15. To conduct a general loan
agency, acting as the agent or borrow borrower
er borrower or lender in procuring and placing
loans on real estate, chattel or other
security, with power to guarantee the
title and sufficiency of the security of offered.
fered. offered. 16. To conduct a general insurance
agency, acting as agent of any com company
pany company engaged in the business of
writing any of the following classes
of insurance, to-wit: fire, life, acci accident,
dent, accident, health, tornado, automobile,
burglary and plate glass.
17. To conduct a general advertis advertising
ing advertising agency, acting as agent for any
one in contracting for advertising
space in newspapers, magazines, pe periodicals,
riodicals, periodicals, pamphlets and catalogues;
and in preparing such advertising
matter, furnishing same to the pub publisher,
lisher, publisher, and in superintending the pub publication
lication publication thereof.
18. To conduct a general employ employment
ment employment agency, acting as the agent of
any one seeking employment or seek seeking
ing seeking to employ help or labor.
19. To own, conduct and sell dairies
and dairy products, of any and all
kinds.
20. To own and operate coal mines,
coal yards and wood yards; and to buy
and sell coal and wood for' fuel and
other purposes.
21. To develop and operate and sell
oil wells and salt wells; and to sell
the output thereof in the crude or
manufactured state.
22. To own and operate, by steam
or other power, any and all kinds of
mills for the grinding of wneat, corn,
sugar-cane, stone or other thing, on
behalf of the corporation, or others
for a compensation.
And to exercise any and all powers
incident to the powers above enumer enumerated,
ated, enumerated, and all other powers given to
corporations in general by the laws of
the state of Florida.
And, in addition to the foregoing
powers, the corporation shall have the
power to lease, purchase, held, sell and
convey, any and all property necessary
or convenient to the transaction of any
of said businesses, or which the pur purposes
poses purposes of the corporation may require,
or which it shall and may acquire In
satisfaction or partial satisfaction of
debts due the corporation, under sales,
judgments-or mortgages, or In settle settlement
ment settlement or partial settlement of debts
due the corporation by any of its deb debtors.
tors. debtors. But this charter does not grant, and
shall not be construed as granting, to
the said corporation anv powers that
belong exclusively to trust companies
or public service or other corporations
under any of the laws of the state of
Florida.
ARTICLE III.
The capital tock of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be flfty thousand ($50,000)
dollars, divided into Ave hundred 500)
shares of the par value of one hundred
($100) dollars each, ten per cent of
which capital stock shall be paid in as
soon as letters patent are issued, and
the balance as called for by the board
of directors, upon thirty days notice
of such call, and not more than twen-twenty-five
(25) per cent shall be call called
ed called for at any one time. Property, la labor
bor labor or services may also ue purchased
or paid for with capital stock at a
Just valuation of such property, labor
or services, to be fixed by the directors

of the corporation at a meeting called
for such purposes.
ARTICLE IV.
This corporation shall .exist for the
period of ninety-nine years from the
date o( its letters patent,
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation
shall be managed and conducted by a
president, a board of directors, a
treasurer, and such other officers and
agents as the corporation may author authorize
ize authorize by Its by-laws hereafter to be
adopted. The annual meeting of the
stockholders shall be held on the first
Tuesday In January, at which time
said officers shall be elected in such
manner as shall be prescribed by the
said by-laws, and in conformity to the
laws of Florida. And, until the of officers
ficers officers elected at the first annual elec election
tion election shall have qualified, the, said
businesses shall be conducted by A. C.
Illowers, president, Hiram Cramer,
secretary, and George A. mowers,
treasurer, and by these three as a
board of directors.
ARTICLE VI
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject Itself shall be
the sum of one hundred thousand
($100,000) dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The undersigned, A. C. Dlowers, who
resides In the city of rinevllle, state
of Kentucky, hereby subscribes for
thirty (30) shares of the capital stock
of this corporation. The undersigned.
George A. lUawers, who resides in
the said city of Plneville, hereby sub subscribes
scribes subscribes for ten (10) shares of the cap capital
ital capital stock of this corportlon. The un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, Hiram Cramer, who resides
In Kendrick Marion county, Florida,
hereby subscribes for ten (10) shares
of the capital stock of this corpora corporation.
tion. corporation. In witness whereof, the said Incor Incorporators
porators Incorporators do hereby subscribe- their
names and affix their seals, this the
26th day of October. A. D. 1912.
A. c. Illowers, (Seal).
II. Cramer, (Seal).
Geo. Iilowers, (Seal).
Witnessed by: F. W. Ditto, Mamie E.
Fox.
Ftate of Florida,
County of Marion.
I, the undersigned notary public, do
hereby certify that A. C. mowers, H.
Cramer and Geo. A. Blowers, who are
known to me to be the persons describ described
ed described in the foregoing articles of incor incorporation,
poration, incorporation, this day appeared before me,
in said county, and each acknowledged
that he signed the said articles for the
purpose of forming the corporation
therein named.
Witness my hand and official seal,
thi the 26th day of October, A. D. 1912.
(Notary Seal) Mamie E. Fox.
Notary Iubl!c,
My commission expires February 10.
1313.

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