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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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FURNITURE
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For All of the Comes
AT RIGHT PRICES

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VOL. 19.

OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1912.

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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-
ested 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.

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
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Full lteport of thr I'nM-eedinn nt the

MrrUnx of the State Federation
at W'tnt ralm Reach

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

(Dy Mrs. Chas. II. Tydings)
The eighteenth annual meeting of

the Florida Federation of Woman's

Clubs was a splerdid success from
start to finish and the hostess club. The

Entre Nous Club of West Falm Beach.

has every reason to be proud of Itself.

From the very beginning, when we
boarded the Ocala Northern with its

comfortable day coac' equipped with

wicker chairs and green velvet carpet,
to the last hour, we had a good time.
We reached West Palm Beach at 10
p. m. and were met by a delegation of
ladies who sent us to our respective
sleeping places, as all delegates had
their meals at The Gables, a nice little
hotel directly across the street from
the First Congregational church, vhere
all of the meetings were held. The
church was nicely decorated with
vines and ferns and quantities of beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Bougainvillae.
The convention opened on Tuesday
morning, Nov. I'J, at 9 o'clock, in the
parish hall of the church with a meet meeting
ing meeting of the board of directors followed
by a meeting of the credential commit committee.
tee. committee. At 10 o'clock the real work began,
Mrs. A. E. Frederick, president, pre presiding.
siding. presiding. The numerous reports of of

ficers, standing committees. general

federation secretary and state corres correspondents
pondents correspondents were read, all of which was

most interesting. Following these

were fraternal greetings by five West

Talm Beach organizations, viz: The
Woman's Educational Association, the

Shakspere Club, Order of Eastern Star
the Woodmen Circle and the Girls' So

cial Club. Each club extended a most

cordial welcome to the Feneration, to

which our president, Mrs. Hooker

made a most fitting and gracious re

sponse. Next came the committee re reports
ports reports on club extension and bird pro protection,
tection, protection, followed by a five minute dis discussion
cussion discussion on each of these subjects.
These reports brought forth much ar argument
gument argument all of which was interesting
and full of good ideas and it was
a a reed that the club and library ex extension
tension extension committee b ursed to greater

activity. Mrs. Blaekman of Winter
Park made a plea for the protection of
the robin, while Mrs. Kirk Monroe
made a splendid talk on the ruthless
destruction of the white heron. At the

close of these discussions, it being
nearly 12:30 oclock, the fixst session of
the 18th annual meeting of the Fed Federation
eration Federation came to a close.
At 2:30 we were again at our posts
to listen to the splendid papers by the

chairman of the committees on educa

tion, household economics, social con conditions,
ditions, conditions, forestry, art, music, civics,
civil service reform, health and legis

lation. The paper on household eco economics,
nomics, economics, written by our Mrs. Duval,

was full of fine ideas and received
much applause. The chairman on
civics had a sample of her wire trash

baskets which are fine indeed, and it is

took bad Ocala hasn't a hundred or so

along its streets. Much civic work

throughout the state has been done,

parks and play grounds started, show

ing that the new and improved idea of

clean towns has taken a firm hold upon

the people. Mrs. Frank Jennings of

Jacksonville as chairman of the legis

lative committee, made a fine talk on
the reform school at Marianna, its
condition and needs and urged that the
club women inform themselves more
fully upon this subject and through
our senators endeavor to obtain a
larger appropriation for same.
A discussion on these reports fol followed,
lowed, followed, after which nominating bal ballots
lots ballots were distributed and at 3:C0 the
session closed.
The evening session opened at 8:13,
program as follows:
Piano, "Egeria," Ernest Kroeger,
Mrs. Joseph Beckwith.
Invocation Ilev. Edwin A. Waldo.
Addresses of welcome: For the city,
Mayor Charles H. Anderson; for Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce, President J. B. Mc Mc-Ginley;
Ginley; Mc-Ginley; for the Entre Nous Club, Mrs.
E. N. Dimick, president; response for
the federation, Mrs. Charles Cay of
Tallahassee, second vice president.
Violin, "Souvenir de Haydn" Miss
Marguerite Jackson.
Resume of the biennial convention of
th General Federation of Women's
Clubs, San Francisco, June. 1912 Mrs.

William B. Young, president jaeKson jaeKson-ville
ville jaeKson-ville Woman's Club.
Music.
Reception in the Tarlsh Hall.
Wednesday morning. Nov. 20, the
meeting opened at 10 with Mrs. Hock Hock-er.
er. Hock-er. first vice president, in the chair,
who presided with grace and decision.

The reports of federated clubs took up
the entire day, except the delightful
launch ride at 1:30, through the cour courtesy
tesy courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. DeBarry. Many
cocoanuts both ripe and in the jelly
state were aboard and were cut and
cocoanut milk passed around and
much enjoyed.
Toward the close of this session,
nominating ballots were cast, and a
lay of great interest and enjoyment
ended.
The program for the Wednesday eve evening
ning evening session, at which Mrs, Hocker
presided, was as follows:
Violincello, "To the Evening Star"
(Tannhauser) Mr. Hugh Talbot.
"A Review of Our State Institu Institutions"
tions" Institutions" M. D. CarmichaeL
"The Needs of Our State Institu Institutions'
tions' Institutions' Mrs. Frank Jennings, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, chairman legislative committee.

Argument, "Women on the School
Boards" Dr. James Cope, Miami.
Piano Mrs. Joseph H. Beckwith.
Appeal. "The Owen Bill" Dr. Ellen
Lowell Stevens, Jacksonville, chairman
health committee.
"The Legal R'ghts of Women in
Florida" Hon. H. L Bussey, repre representative
sentative representative from Palm Beach county.
Song, "O. Dry Those Tears" Mrs.
Frank Encell.
Thursday we awoke to be greeted
by a pouring rain, which was in no
way different from a similar occur occurrence
rence occurrence in Ocala. The principal busi business
ness business was finishing reports and the an announcement
nouncement announcement of nominations. Mrs.
Hocker was elected president without
a dissent'ng vote and the entire Fed Federation
eration Federation was unanimous in its approval.
After dinner came the auto ride and
visit to the school building, which Mrs.
Hocker has previously described. The
program for Thursday evening, the
closing session was as follows:
Violin. "Seventh Concerto" (De
Beriot) Miss Marguerite Jackson.
Paper, "The New Woman in Old
China" Mrs. Kirkpatrick, of Miami,
and of the Texas Federation.
Reading. The Prize Art Essay.
Sonir, "A Summer Night" (A. G.
Thomas) Mrs. Frank Encell.
Address, "The Seminole Indians"
Mr. Kirk Munroe, of Cocoanut Grove.
Violincello. "Berceuse" (Jocelyn-

Godard) Mr. Hush F. Talbot.
Introduction of the newly elected of officers.
ficers. officers. Response by the newly elected presi president.
dent. president. Music.

OYSTEK SUPPER AXD DAZAAR

To tr Given ly the Daughter of the

Confederacy Wednesday
Evening, 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

made cakes and candles, besides many

beautiful and useful articles of fancy

work. When you have quite exhaust

ed your self buying and long for a
delicious cup of tea, you will find It at
the booth presided over by Mrs. Sis-

trunk. From 3 to lo oclock a very

i tempting oyster supper will be served
j which will round off a pleasant after

noon and evening for the people of

, Ocala.
' Notice to the Ladle
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j All ladies who will contribute fancy
work for the bazar to be given by the
i Daughters of the Confederacy, Dec 4,

will please leave same at Mrs. Ed Car-

michael's residence by -Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. Ed CarrniehaeL
Mrs. J. H. Struck.
Mrs. B. Sanders, Com.

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THE FLORIDA
CENTRAL LAND CO,
DEVELOPER OF
NORTH OCALA

For Quick Sale
We have placed on sale 25 of (hose
beautiful lots in our New Subdivision
NORTH OCALA
at 50 per cent, below value. After
this sale of 25 lots the 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.

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

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6CALA WEEKLY STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBETI 2, 1912

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OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at O.-ala,
Fla.t as second class mail matter
It begins to look like the Mexican
counter revolution has about played
out and Madero's government is firm firmly
ly firmly established
Senator Bacon
dent pro tem of
of Georgia is
presi-i
the Senate and will j t
preside over the impeachment trial of
Judge Archbold.
The British parliament has re-established
the whipping po3t. All men
convicted of beins "white slavers" are
to be punished with the lash. America
should follow Britain's example.
It is feared a car shortage will
greatly delay marketing the Florida
citrus fruit crop this year. At least
25.000 cars will be needed to move the
crop.
Now that the Seaboard has a ma majority
jority majority of southerners on its board of
directors, may we expect a better ser service
vice service south of Jacksonville. Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field Chronicle.
Time will tell.
Brigadier General John Steven Max Maxwell
well Maxwell of the Florida State Troops will
Tesign. Col. A. II. Blandin?? of tin tin-Second
Second tin-Second regiment will probably succeed
him, and if he does, Lieut.Col. Nash of
Ocala will rise a step in rank.
The Star has maintained for a num number
ber number of years that the Monroe doctrine
should be abandoned, and now we find
the Timea-Union taking the same, posi position.
tion. position. Maybe the little papers will fall
into line after awhile.
The cost of Improvements for rivers
and harbors for the next year is esti estimated
mated estimated by Gen. Bixby, chief of engi engineers
neers engineers of the army, at $rj6,7r..".!)02. Of
this, he wants $761,800 for the St.
Johns river and f 200,000 for -Hillsborough
Bay.
It will take $823,413,4".r.1 4 to meet
the estimates that will be brought be before
fore before the short term of the Sixty-second
Congress, now in session. Heed's
billion-dollar Congress would seem
stingy. But this is a billion-dollar
country, and then some.
The night rider pest, which seems to
be almost suppressed In its native
home In Kentucky has broken out in
no less a place than "West Florida. The
barns of several planters in that sec section,
tion, section, and in Southern Georgia, who
were holding their tobacco for better
prices, have been burned by their less
thrifty neighbors.
A well-posted newspaper corres correspondent,
pondent, correspondent, who has seen much of the
Balkan war, estimates the loss of the
Bulgarians alone at 10.000 killed and
60.000 wounded. The Greeks. Servians
and Montenegrins, he says, have lost
enough to bring the total of killed and
wounded up to 100,000. He estimates
the Turkish loss as much greater.
Bishop A. W. Wilson of the South
Georgia Methodist conference, in ses session
sion session in Savannah last week, declared
in a sermon last Sunday that the world
Is worse now than It ever was before.
The bishop needs one of those old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned doses of garlic that our
grandmothers used to give us forty
years ago.
The peace envoys of Turkey and the
allies seem slow in "getting together."
The present delay is caused by the
absence of the representatives of
Greece, and it Is believed that they are
holding off in order to give the Greek
fleet time to land an army on the
shores of the gulf of Saros in the rear
of the Turkish fortifications that con
trol the Dardanelles. One thing is
certain, that a peace that leaves it in
the power of Turkey to shut that strait
at any time will sooner or later have
to be broken.
The United States Supreme Court
Monday, in an opinion announced by
Justice Day, held that the Union Fa
clflc Railroad Company by the acquisl
tion of stock in the Southern Pacific
had effected a combination in violation
of the Sherman anti-trust law, and
ordered" a dissolution of the combine.
This smashes the biggest railroad
combination In the world, as these lines
almost entirely controlled or inlluenc
ed all the traffic west of trie Misslssip
pi, south of the Missouri, and south
of Oregon on the Pacific coast.
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Roll Top Desk 922.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair I. OO
vne tuuor eranua screen..
One Veranda Swing Scat .... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 21.00
One Mission Library Table. . 9.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
SMITH'S
Back of Marcus Frauk's
The verv acme of quality in
ROASTS POULTRY
CHOPS BACONS
SAUSAGE BOLOGNA
STEAKS HAMS
la 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 errant us the trial. Phone 108.
W. n. MARSH, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY KDWAKDS' MARKET

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Camp No.
1 M 1, W. K.
After prayer
in;c mf-mber.;
:,(, l. C. V., met Dec. 3.
McGahaain commanding,
by G ati. Un? the follow-
answered to roll call: M.
Atkin.-on. Alfred Ayen J. II. Brooks,
J. L. B?ck, M. R W. Christian. W. D.
Eminisor. R. A. Carlton, M. P. Frink.
I M. Graham, H. N. KnoMock. II. W.
Henry. II. V. lym?, W. E. McGahain,
II. H. Norris. C. C. Priest. J. A. Pitt Pitt-man.
man. Pitt-man. II. R. Shaw. I. P. Stevens.
Minutes of October met'ner read and
approved. On account of the election
no meeting was hell in November.
Gen.
Lonsr
oke
in the highest
terms of the royal manner in which
all old veterans were entertained at
rake City, to which 'vcry one who was
h,.re can testify
Gen. Lon? al-o re
ported the action taken at Iake City
in regar l to the womans monument.
Comrade Henry moved and it was
carried, to request all parties who have
any money for the woman's monument
to report at our January meeting, and
all others who wish to contribute to
do so by that time.
No further business the camp ad adjourned.
journed. adjourned. Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
IHCi (;tlS OF THE XATlrtX AT, IIAXK
The statement of the Ocala National
Bank elsewhere shows a gain of S3, S3,-000
000 S3,-000 in on year.
To the Senate ami House of Repre Representatives:
sentatives: Representatives: The foreign relations of the United
States actually ami potentially affect
the state of the Union to a decree not
widely realizol and hardly surpassed
by any other factor iu the welfare of
the whole nation. The position of the
United States in the moral, intellec intellectual
tual intellectual and material relations of the fam family
ily family of nations should he a matter of
vital interest to every patriotic citi citizen.
zen. citizen. The national prosperity and
power imp upon us duties which
we cannot shirk if we are to be true
to our ideals.
The tu me.ulous growth of the ex export
port export trade of the United States has
already made that trade a very real
factor in the industrial and commer commercial
cial commercial prosperity of the country. With
the development of our industries the
foreign commerce of the United
States must rapidly become a still
more essential factor in its economic
welfare.
The relations of the United States
with all forei.rn powers remain upon
a sound basis of peace, harmony and
friendship. A greater insistence upon
justice to American citizens or inter interests
ests interests wherever it may have been denied
and a stronger emphasis of the need of
mutuality in commercial and other re relations
lations relations have only served to strengthen
our friendship with foreign countries
by placing those friendships upon a
tirm foundation of realities as well as
aspirations.
Reorganization of State Department.
At the bcrinninir of the present ad administration
ministration administration the United States, having
fully entered upon its position as a
world power, with the responsibilities
thrust upon it by the results of the
Spanish-American war and already en engaged
gaged engaged in Living the groundwork of a
vast foreign trade upon which it
should one day become more and more
dependent, found itself without the
machinery for giving thorough atten attention
tion attention to and taking effective action
upon a mass of intricate business vi vital
tal vital to American interests in every coun country
try country in the world.
The department of state was an
archaic and inadequate machine, lack lacking
ing lacking most of the attributes of the for foreign
eign foreign .otiice of any great modern power.
With an appropriation made upon myi
recommendation by the congress on
Aug. 5. 19ii9. the department of state
was completely reorganized. There
were created divisions of Latin-American
affairs and of far eastern, near
eastern and western European affairs.
The law otlices of the department
were greatly strengthened. There were
addel foreign trade advisers to co-operate
with the diplomatic and consular
bureaus and the politico-geographical
divisions in the innumerable matters
where commercial diplomacy or con consular
sular consular work calls for such special
knowledge. The same officers, together
with the rest of the new organization,
are able t all times to give to Ameri American
can American ihizons accurate information as to
conditions in foreign countries with
whi -h they have business and likewise
to co-operate more effectively with the
congress and also with the other ex executive
ecutive executive departments.
Merit System In Consular and Diplo Diplomatic
matic Diplomatic Corps.
Expert knowledge and professional
training must evidently be the essence
of tins reorganization. Without a train trained
ed trained foreign service there would not be
men availaMe for the work in the reor reorganized
ganized reorganized department of state. President
Cleveland had taken the first step to toward
ward toward introducing the merit system in
the foreign service. That had been fol followed
lowed followed by the application of the merit
principle, with excellent results to the
entire consular branch. Almost noth nothing,
ing, nothing, however, had been done in this di direction
rection direction with regard to the diplomatic
service. In this age of commercial di diplomacy
plomacy diplomacy it was evidently of the first
importance to train an adequate per personnel
sonnel personnel in that branch of the service.
Therefore, on Nov. t. l'.iou. by an
executive order I placed the diplomatic
service up to the grade of secretary of
embassy, inclusive, upon exactly the
same strict nonpartisan basis of the
merit system, rigid examination for ap appointment
pointment appointment and promotion only for effi efficiency,
ciency, efficiency, ;s had been maintained with without
out without exception in the consular service.
Merit and Nonpartisan Character of
Appointments.
How faithful to the merit system
and how nonpartisan has been the con conduct
duct conduct of the diplomatic and consular
services in the last four years may be
Judged from the following: Three am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors now serving held their pres
ent rank at the beginning of my ad administration.
ministration. administration. Of the ten ambassadors
whom I have appointed five were by
promotion from the rank of minister.
Nine ministers now serving held their
present rank at the beginning of the
administration. Of the thirty ministers
whom I h&ve appointed, eleven were

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promoted from the lower grades of the
foreign service-or flora the department
of state. Of the nineteen missions in
Latin-America, where our relations nre
close and our interest is great, fifteen
chiefs of mission are service men.
three having entered the service dming
this administration.
The thirty-seven secretaries of em embassy
bassy embassy or legation who have received
their Initial appointments after passing
successfully the required examination
svere chosen for ascertained fitness,
without regard to political afHIiutio".:
A dearth of candidates from southern
and western states has alone made it

impossible thus far completely to equal equalize
ize equalize all the states' representations in
the foreign service. In the effort to
equalize the representation of the va various
rious various states in the consular service I
have made sixteen of the twenty-nine
new appointments as consul which
have occurred during my administra administration
tion administration from the southern states. This is
CT per cent. Every other consular ap appointment
pointment appointment made, including the promo promotion
tion promotion of eleven young men from the con consular
sular consular assistant and student interpreter
corps, lias been by promotion or trans transfer,
fer, transfer, based solely upon efficiency shown
in the service.
Larger Provision' For Embassies and
Legations Recommended.
In connection with legislation for the
amelioration of the forei.ii service. 1
wish to invite attention to the advisa advisability
bility advisability of placing the salary approba approbations
tions approbations upon a better basis. 1 believe
that the best results would be obtained
by a moderate scale of salaries, with
adequate funds for the expenses ot
proper representation, based in each
case upon the scale and cost of llvin?
at each post, controlled by a system of
accounting and under the general di
rection of the department of state.
In line with the object which 1 have
sought of plating our foreign service
on a basis of permanency, I have at
various times advocated provision by
congress for the acquisition of govern government
ment government owned buildings for the residence
and offices of our diplomatic officers, sc
as to place them more nearly on an
equality with similar officers of othei
nations and to do away with the dis discrimination
crimination discrimination which otherwise must nec necessarily
essarily necessarily be made lu some cases in favoi
of men having large private fortunes.
Diplomacy a Handmaid of Commercial
Intercourse and Peace.
The diplomacy of the present ad
ministration has sought to respond to
modern ideas of commercial inter intercourse.
course. intercourse. This policy has been charac
terized as substituting dollars for bul bullets.
lets. bullets. It is one that appeals alike to
idealistic humanitarian sentiments, to
the dictates of sound policy and strat strategy
egy strategy and to legitimate commercial
aims. It is an effort frankly directed
to the increase of American trade upon
the axiomatic principle that the gov government
ernment government of the United States shall ex extend
tend extend all proper support to every legiti legitimate
mate legitimate and beneficial American enter enterprise
prise enterprise abroad. How great have been
the results of this diplomacy, coupled
with the maximum and minimum pro provision
vision provision of the tariff law, will be seen
by some consideration of the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful increase in the export trade of the
United States Because modern di diplomacy
plomacy diplomacy is commercial there has been
a disposition in some quarters to at attribute
tribute attribute to it none but materialistic
aims. How strikingly erroneous is
such an impression may be seen from
a study of the results by which the
diplomacy of the United States can be
judged.
Successful Efforts In Promotion of
Peace.
In the field of work toward the ideals
of peace this government negotiated,
but to my regret was unable to con consummate,
summate, consummate, two arbitration treaties
which set the highest mark of the
aspiration of nations toward the sub substitution
stitution substitution of arbitration and reason for
war In the settlement of International
disputes. Through the efforts of
American diplomacy several wars
have been prevented or ended. I re refer
fer refer to the successful tripartite media mediation
tion mediation of the Argentine Republic, Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, and the United States between
Peru and Ecuador, the bringing of the
boundary dispute between Panama
and Costa Rica to peaceful arbitra arbitration:
tion: arbitration: the staying of warlike prepara preparations
tions preparations when Haiti and the Dominican
Republic were on the verge of hostil hostilities;
ities; hostilities; the stopping of a war in Nicara Nicaragua:
gua: Nicaragua: the halting of Internecine strife
in Honduras.
The government of the United
States was thanked for its influence
toward the restoration of amicable re relations
lations relations between the Argentine Republic
and Bolivia. The diplomacy of the
United States is active in seeking to
assuage the remaining ill feeling be between
tween between this country and the republic of
Colombia. In the recent civil war in
China the United States successfully
Joined with the other interested powers
In urging an early cessation of hostili hostilities.
ties. hostilities. An agreement has been readied
between the governments of Chile and
Peru whereby the celebrated Tacna Tacna-Arlca
Arlca Tacna-Arlca dispute, which has so long em embittered
bittered embittered international relations on the
west coast of South America, has at
last been adjusted. Simultaneously
came the news that the boundary dis dispute
pute dispute between Peru and Ecuador had
entered upon a stage of amicable set settlement
tlement settlement China.
In China the policy of encouraging
financial investment to enable that
country to help itself has had the result
of giving new life and practical appli application
cation application to the open d or policy. The
consistent purpose of the present ad administration
ministration administration has been to encourage the
use of American capital in the develop development
ment development of China by the promotion of
those essential reforms to which China
is pledged by treaties with the United
States- and other powers.
The hypothecation to foreign bankers
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In connection with certain industrial
enterprises, such es the Hukuang rail railways,
ways, railways, of the national revenues upon,
which these reforms depended, led the
department of state early in the admin administration
istration administration to demand for American citi citizens
zens citizens participation in such enterprises,
in order that the United States mi-lit
have equal rights and an equal voice in
all questions pertaining to the disposi disposition
tion disposition of the public revenues concerned.
The same policy of promoting inter international
national international accord among the powers hav hav-fng
fng hav-fng similar treaty rights as ourselves in
the matters of reform, which could not
be put into practical effect without the
common consent of all. was likew!e
adopted in the case of the loan desired
by China for the reform of its cur currency.
rency. currency. The principle of international

co-operation in matters of common in
terest upon which our policy had al already
ready already been based in all of the almve in
stances has admittedly been a great
factor in that concert of the powers
which has been so happily conspicuous
during the perilous period of transition
through which the great Chinese nation
has been passing.
Central America Needs Our Help In
Debt Adjustment.
In Central America the aim has lefn
to help such countries as Nicaragua
and Honduras to help themselves. They
are the immediate beneficiaries. The
national benefit to the United States is
twofold. First, it is obvious that the
Monroe doctrine is more vital in the
neighborhood of the Panama canal and
the zone of the Caribbean than any anywhere
where anywhere else. There, too. the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of that doctrine falls most heav heavily
ily heavily upon the United States. It is there
fore essential that the countries within
that sphere shall be removed from the
jeopardy involved by heavy foreign
debt and chaotic national finances and
from the ever present danger of inter international
national international complications due to disorder
at home.
Hence the United States has been
glad to encourage and support Ameri American
can American bankers who were willing to lend
a helping band to the financial re rehabilitation
habilitation rehabilitation of such countries because
this financial rehabilitation and the
protection of their custom houses from;
being the prey of would l dictators
would remove at one stroke the men-1
ace of foreign creditors and the men-
ace of revolutionary disorder.
I wish to call your especial attention
to the recent occurrences in Nicaragua,
for I believe the terrible events re recorded
corded recorded there during the revolution of
the past sutniueMhe useless loss of
life, the devastation of property, the
bombardment of defenseless cities, the
killing and wounding of women and
children, the torturing of noncombat noncombat-ants
ants noncombat-ants to exact contributions and the
suffering of thousands of human be beingsmight
ingsmight beingsmight have been averted had the
department of state, through approval
of the loan convention by the senate,
been permitted to carry out its now
well developed policy of encouraging
the extending of financial aid to weak
Central American states with the pri primary
mary primary objects of avoiding just such
revolutions by assisting those repub republics
lics republics to rehabilitate their finances, to
establish their currency on a stable
basis, to remove the custom houses
from the danger of revolutions by ar arranging
ranging arranging for their secure administra administration,
tion, administration, and to establish reliable banks.
I wish to congratulate the officers
and men of the United States navy and
marine corps w ho took part in re-establishing
order in Nicaragua upon their
splendid conduct and to record with
sorrow the death of seven American
marines and bluejackets. Since the re
establishment of peace and order elec elections
tions elections have been held amid conditions of
quiet and tranquillity. Nearly all the
American marines have now been
withdrawn.
Our Mexican Policy.
For two years revolution and counter
revolution have distraught the neigh neighboring
boring neighboring republic of Mexico. Brigandage
has involved a great deal of depreda depredation
tion depredation upon foreign interests. There nave
constantly recurred questions of ex extreme
treme extreme delicacy. On several occasions
very difficult situations have arisen on
our frontier. Throughout this trying
period the policy of the United States
has been one of patient noninterven nonintervention,
tion, nonintervention, steadfast recognition of constitut constituted
ed constituted authority in the neighboring na nation
tion nation and the exertion of every effort
to care for American interests. I pro profoundly
foundly profoundly hope that the Mexican nation
may soon resume the path of order,
prosperity and progress. To that na nation
tion nation In Its sore troubles the sympa sympathetic
thetic sympathetic friendship of the United States
has been demonstrated to a high de degree.
gree. degree. There were in Mexico at the begin beginning
ning beginning of the revolution some 30,000 or
40.000 American citizens engaged In
enterprises contributing greatly to the
prosperity of that republic and also
benefiting the important trade between
the two countries. The investments of
American capital In Mexico has been
estimated at $1, 000,000, W0. The respon responsibility
sibility responsibility of endeavoring to safeguard
those interests and the dangers insep inseparable
arable inseparable from propinquity to so turbulent
a situation have been great, but I am
happy to have been able to adhere to
the policy above outlined a policy
which I hope may soon be justified by
the complete success of the Mexican
people In regaining the blessings of
peace and good order.
Agricultural Credits.
A most important work accomplished
in the past year by the American dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic officers in Europe is the inves investigation
tigation investigation of the agricultural credit sys system
tem system in the European countries. Both
as a means to afford relief to the con consumers
sumers consumers of this country through a more
thorough development of agricultural
resources and as a means of more suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently maintaining the agricultural
population, the project to establish
credit facilities for the farmers is a
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tion. nation. No evidence of prosperity among well
established farmers should blind ns to
the fact that lack of capital is prevent preventing
ing preventing a development of the nation's agri agricultural
cultural agricultural resources and an adequate in increase
crease increase of the land under cultivation;
that agricultural production is fast fall falling
ing falling behind the increase in population
and that, ru fact, although these well
established farmers are maintained in
Increasing prosperity because of the
natural increase in population, we are
not developing the industry of agricul agriculture.
ture. agriculture. Advantage of Maximum and Minimum
Tariff Provision.
The importance which our manufac manufactures
tures manufactures have assumed in the commerce
of the world in competition with the
manufactures of other countries again
draws attention to the duty of this
government to use its utmost endeav endeavors
ors endeavors to secure impartial treatment for
American products in all markets.
Healthy commercial rivalry in interna international
tional international Intercourse is best assured by
the possession of proper means for
protecting and promoting our foreign
trade. It Is natural that competitive
countries should view with some con concern
cern concern this steady expansion of our com commerce.
merce. commerce. If in some instances the meas measures
ures measures taken by them to meet it are not
entirely equitable a remedy should be
found.
In former messages I have described
the negotiations of the department of
state with foreign governments for the
adjustment of the maximum and mini minimum
mum minimum tariff as provided in section 2 of
the tariff law of 1909. The advantages
secured by the adjustment of our trade
relations under this law have contin continued
ued continued during the last year, and some ad additional
ditional additional cases of discriminatory treat treatment
ment treatment of which we had reason to com complain
plain complain have been removed. The depart department
ment department of state has for the first time In
the history of this country obtained
substantial most-favored-nation treat treatment
ment treatment from all the countries of the
world.
There are, however, other instances
which, while apparently not constitut constituting
ing constituting undue discrimination in the sense
of section 2, are nevertheless excep exceptions
tions exceptions to the complete equity of tariff
treatment for American products that
the department of state consistently
has sought to obtain for American
commerce abroad.
Necessity For Supplementary Legisla Legisla-tion.
tion. Legisla-tion. These developments confirm the opin opinion
ion opinion convejed to you In my annual mes message
sage message of 1911, that while the maximum
and minimum provision of the tariff
law of 1909 has been fully justified by
the success achieved in removing pre previously
viously previously existing undue discriminations
against American products, yet experi experience
ence experience has shown that this feature of
the law should be amended In such
way as to provide a fully effective
means of meeting tbe varying degrees
of discriminatory treatment of Ameri American
can American commerce in foreign countries still
encountered, as well as to protect
against Injurious treatment on the part
of foreign governments through either
legislative or administrative measures
the financial interests abroad of Ameri
can citizens whose enterprises enlarge
the market for American commodities.
I cannot too strongly recommend to
the congress the passage of some such
enabling measure as the bill which was
recommended by the secretary of state
In his letter of Dec. 13, 1911. The ob object
ject object of the proposed legislation is, in
brief, to enable the executive to apply,
as the case may require, to any or all
commodities, whether or not on the
free list from a country which discrim discriminates
inates discriminates against the United States, a
graduated scale of duties up to the
maximum of 25 per cent ad valorem
provided in the present law.
Flat tariffs are out of date. Nations
no longer accord equal tariff treatment
to all other nations irrespective of the
treatment from them received. Such a
flexible power at the command of the
executive would serve to moderate any
unfavorable tendencies on the part of
those countries from which the Impor Importations
tations Importations into the United States are sub substantially
stantially substantially confined to articles on the
free list as well as of the countries
which find a lucrative market in the
United States for their products under
existing custom rates. It is very neces necessary
sary necessary that the American government
should be equipped with weapons of
negotiation adopted to modern econom economic
ic economic conditions in order that we may at
all times be in a position to gain not
only technically just but actually equit equitable
able equitable treatment for our trade and also
for American enterprises and vested In Interests
terests Interests abroad.
Business Secured to Our Country by
Direct Official Effort.
As illustrating the commercial bene benefits
fits benefits to the nation derived from the new
diplomacy and its effectiveness upon
the material as well as the more ideal
side, it may be remarked that through
direct official efforts alone there have
been obtained in the course of this
administration contracts from foreign
governments involving an expenditure
of So0.000.000 in the factories of the
United States.
It is germane to these observations to
remark that in the two years that have
elapsed since the successful negotia negotiation
tion negotiation of our new treaty with Japan,
which at the time seemed to present so
many practical difficulties, our export
trade to that country has Increased at
the rate of over $1,000,000 a month.
Our exports to Japan for the year end ended
ed ended Jur.? 20, 1910, were $21,939,310,
while for the year ended June 30, 1912,
the exports were $o3,47S,04G, a net in increase
crease increase in the sule of American prod products
ucts products of nearly l."0 per cent
The act adapted at the last session
of conCTe-is to tive effect to the fur
seal cnnve'iri iTi of July 7, 1911, between
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United States provided for the sus suspension
pension suspension of all land killing of seals on
the Pribilof Islands for a period of
five years, and an objection has now
been presented to this provision by the
other parties in Interest which raises
the issue as to whether or not this
prohibition of land killing Is Inconsist Inconsistent
ent Inconsistent with the spirit if not the letter of
the treaty stipulations. The Justifica Justification
tion Justification for establishing this close season
depends, under the terms of the con convention,
vention, convention, upon how far if at all It is
necessary for protecting and preserv preserving
ing preserving the American fur seal herd and for
increasing Its number. This is a ques question
tion question requiring examination of the pres present
ent present condition of the herd and the treat treatment
ment treatment which It needs In the light of
actual experience and scientific Inves Investigation.
tigation. Investigation. Final Settlement of North Atlantie
Fisheries Dispute.
On the 20th of July last an agree agreement
ment agreement was concluded between the Unit United
ed United States and Great Britain adopting,
with certain modifications, the rules
and method of procedure recommend recommended
ed recommended In the award rendered by the North
Atlantic coast fisheries arbitration tri tribunal
bunal tribunal on Sept 7, 1910, for the settle settlement
ment settlement hereafter, in accordance with
the principles laid down in the award,
of questions arising with reference to
the exercise of the American fishing
liberties under Article I of the treaty
of Oct. 20, ISIS, letween the United
States and Great Britain. This agree

ment received the approval of the sen senate
ate senate on Aug. 1 and was formally rati
fied by the two governments on Nov. 15
last
Opium Conference Unfortunate Fail Failure
ure Failure of Our Government.
In my message on foreign relations
communicated to the two houses of
congress Dec. 7, 1911, I called special
attention to the assembling of the
opium conference at The Hague, to the
fact that that conference was to review
all pertinent muncipal laws relating to
the opium and allied evils and certain
ly all International rules regarding these
evils, and to the fact that it seemed to
me most essential that the congress
should take Immediate action on the
anti-narcotic legislation before the con
gress, to which I had previously called
attention by a special message.
The congress at its present session
should enact Into law those bills now
before It which have been so carefully
drawn up in collaboration between the
department of state and the other ex executive
ecutive executive departments and which have
behind them not only the moral senti sentiment
ment sentiment of the country, but the practical
support of all the legitimate trade in interests
terests interests likely to be affected. Since the
international convention was signed
adherence to it has been made by sev several
eral several European states not represented
at the conference of The Hague and
also by seventeen Latin-American re republics.
publics. republics. Europe and the Near East.
The war between Italy and Turkey
came to a close in October last by the
signature of a treaty of peace, subse subsequently
quently subsequently to which the Ottoman empire
renounced sovereignty over Cyrenalca
and Tripolitania in favor of Italy. Dur During
ing During the past year the near east has un unfortunately
fortunately unfortunately been the theater of con constant
stant constant hostilities. Almost simultaneous simultaneously
ly simultaneously with the conclusion of peace be between
tween between Italy and Turkey and their ar arrival
rival arrival at an adjustment of the complex
questions at issue between them, war
broke out between Turkey on the one
hand and Bulgaria, Greece, Montene Montenegro
gro Montenegro and Servia on the other.
In the exercise of my duty in the
matter 1 have dispatched to Turkish
waters a special service squadron, con consisting
sisting consisting of two armored cruisers, in or order
der order that this government may if need
be bear its part In such measures as it
may be necessary for the interested na nations
tions nations to adopt for the safeguarding of
foreign lives and property In the Otto Ottoman
man Ottoman empire in the event that a danger dangerous
ous dangerous situation should develop.
Liberia.
As a result of the efforts of this gov government
ernment government to place the government of
Liberia In position to pay Its outstand outstanding
ing outstanding indebtedness and to maintain a
6table and efficient government, nego negotiations
tiations negotiations for a loan of $1,700,000 have
been successfully concluded, and it is
anticipated that the payment of the
old loan and the issuance of the bonds
of the 1912 loan for the rehabilitation of
the finances of Liberia will follow at
an early date, when the new receiver receivership
ship receivership will go into active operation. The
new receivership will consist of a gen general
eral general receiver of customs designated by
the government of the United States
and three receivers of customs desig designated
nated designated by the governments of Germany.
France and Great Britain, which coun countries
tries countries have commercial Interests In the
republic of Liberia.
The Far East.
The political disturbances in China
In the autumn and winter of 1911-12
resulted In the abdication of the Man Man-chu
chu Man-chu rulers on Feb. 12, followed by the
formation of a provisional repub'ican
government empowered to conduct the
affairs of the nation until a permanent
government might be regularly estab established.
lished. established. The natural eympathy of the
American people with the assumption
of republican principles by the Chinese
people was appropriately expressed In
a concurrent resolution of congress on
April 17, 1912.
A constituent assembly, composed of
representatives duly chosen by the
people of China in the elections that
are now being held, has been called
to meet In January next to adopt a
permanent constitution and organize
the government of the nascent repub republic.
lic. republic. During the formative constitutional
stage and pending definite action by
the assembly, as expressive of the
popular will, and the hoped for estab establishment
lishment establishment of a stable republican form
of government capable of fulfilling its
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States Is, according to precedent, main maintaining
taining maintaining full and friendly de facto re relations
lations relations with the provisional govern government.
ment. government. The new condition of affairs thus
created has presented many serious
and complicated problems, both of In Internal
ternal Internal rehabilitation and of interna international
tional international relations, whose solution It was
realized would necessarily require
much time and patience. From the
tcginnlngof the upheaval last autumn
It was felt by the United States, In
common witb the other powers having
large interests In China, that Inde
pendent action by the foreign govern governments
ments governments In their own Individual Inter Interests
ests Interests would add further confusion to a
situation already complicated- A pol policy
icy policy of international co-operation vas
accordingly adopted In an understand understanding,
ing, understanding, reached early In the d 1st url wince,
to net together for the protection of
the lives and property of foreigners if
menaced, to ma hit a in an attitude of
strict Impartiality a? between the con contending
tending contending factions ami to abstain from
any endeavor to Influence the Chinese
in their organization of a new form of
government.
It was futher mutually agreed. In
the hoe of hastening an end to hos hostilities,
tilities, hostilities, that none of the Interested pow powers
ers powers would approve the making of loans
by Its nationals to either side. As soon,
however, as a united provisional gov government
ernment government of China was assured, the
United States Joined in a favorable
consideration of that government's re request
quest request for advances needed for imme immediate
diate immediate administrative necessities and
later for a loan to effect a iermanent
national reorganization. The interested
governments had already, by common
consent, adopted, in respect to the pur purposes.
poses. purposes. exjenditure and security of any
loans to China made by their nationals,
certain conditions which were held to
be essentia I. not only to secure reason reasonable
able reasonable protection for the foreign Invest Investors,
ors, Investors, but also to safeguard and strength strengthen
en strengthen China's credit by discouraging Indis Indiscriminate
criminate Indiscriminate borrowing and by insuring:
the application of the funds toward the
establishment of the stable and effec effective
tive effective government necessary to China's
welfare.
In June last representative banking
grouiK of the United States.' France.
Germany, Great Britain. Japan and
Russia formulated, with the general
sanction of their resioetive govern governments,
ments, governments, "the guaranties that would be
exiected In relation to the expenditure
and security of the large reorganization
loan desired by China, which, however,
have thus far proved unacceptable to
the provisional government
The Cuban Situation.
The republic of Cuba last May was In
the throes of a lawless uprising that
iui u uuiu luiraicin'u iuc u trail union
of a great deal of valuable property property-much
much property-much of It owned by Americans and
other foreigners as well ns the exist existence
ence existence of the government itself. The
armed force of Cuba being inadequate
to guard property from att.ick and at
tlici J? time rtiikrkAf1 w nnaraf a
npain t the rebels, a force of American,
marine was dispatched from our naval
station at(5u:mtanamo into the province
can and other foreiKn life and property.
The Cuban government was thus able
to use all its forces in putting down the
outbreak, which it succeeded In doing
in a period of six weeks. The, presence
of two American warships in the har harbor
bor harbor of Havana during the most critical
period of this disturbance contributed
In great measure to allay the fears of
the Inhabitants, including a large for foreign
eign foreign colony.
Necessity For Retention and Expan Expansion
sion Expansion of Our Foreign Trade.
It is not iossihIe to make to the con congress
gress congress a communication upon tbe pres present
ent present foreign relations of the United
States so detailed as to convey an
adequate Impression of the enormous
increase in the imiortanee and activi activities
ties activities of those re'ations. If this govern government
ment government is really to preserve to the Amer American
ican American people that free opportunity In
foreign markets which will soon be In In-dlsieusable
dlsieusable In-dlsieusable to our prosperity, even
greater efforts must be made.
Conclusion.
Congress should fully realize the
conditions which obtain In the world
as we find ourselves at the threshold
of our middle age as a nation. We
have emerged full grown as a peer in
the great concourse of nations. We
have passed through various formative
periods. We have been self centered
in the struggle to develop our' do domestic
mestic domestic questions. The nation is now
too mature to continue In Its foreign
relations those temporary expedients
natural to a ieople to whom domestic
affairs are the sole concern.
In the past our diplomacy has often
consisted. In normal times. In a mere
assertion of the right to international
existence. We are now in a larger re relation
lation relation with broader tights of our own
and obligations to others than our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. A number of great guiding
principles were laid down early In the
history of this government. The recent
task of our diplomacy has been to ad ad-Just
Just ad-Just those principles to the conditions
of today, to develop their corollaries,
to find practical applications of the
old principles expanded to meet new
situations.
The opening of the Panama canal
will mark a new era in our interna international
tional international life ami create new and world
wide conditions which, with their vast
correlations and consequences, will ob obtain
tain obtain for hundreds of years to come.
We must not wait for events to over overtake
take overtake us unawares. With continuity of
purpose we must deal with the prob problems
lems problems of our external relations by a
diplomacy modern, resourceful, mag magnanimous
nanimous magnanimous and fittingly expressive of
the high ideals of a great nation.
WILLIAM H. TAFT.
The White House. Dec 3, 1912.
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helps your stomach. We are so con confident
fident confident that Dipestit is a perfect fern
edy for stomach up-sets that we
euarsntee it to please you In everv
! way get a package and" If you don't
ilike it we will give your money back,
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OCALA, FLORIDA

HOTEL OF THE STATE
RATES

Hotel Astor
Corner Bay and Hogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Each Room. Free Baths
COOLEST KOOMS, I1EST BEDS
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get oft at Hogan Street.

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Odd Fellow meet tonight.
Masons meet Thursday nU'M.
Mooe meet Thursday t-v. -r.ing.
Miss Dai.y James of Yalaha was in
town Saturday.
Go to the Ocata ;eed Store for fresh
seeds. Ad.
Mrs. Cecil P.ryant.
to say. Is quite slek.
the Star regret.?
Initial stationery, 33c.
Gerig'3 Drug Store3. Ad.
the box at
Capt. J. I Smoak left this mornin;
for a visit to Jacksonville.
White Clover Flour is better,
your grocer.
Ask
Mrs. W. M. Lowrie of Floral City
was In town, shopping, yesterday.
Tare Food and Meat Mall, city mar market,
ket, market, phone 471. M. C. Dota. 11-22-tf
Mr. G. A. Nash It-f t the other day for
business trip to Terra Ceia.
Take Digestlt for Indigestion ana
wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mrs. F. L. Floyd left today for a visit
to her husband at Bartow.
Mrs. G.
sick for
better.
S. Scott, who has been quite
several days, is somewhat
White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mrs. J. M. Hull and daughter. Miss
P.essie from Inglis, were In town to today.
day. today. Cabbage, collard,
plants for sale at
Store. Ad.
ttuce and
the Ocala
onion
Seed
Miss Emma Sage has returned from
a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. G.
W. Pitts, in St. Petersburg.
A full line of enameled ware and
flower pots at a bargain at the Ocala
Seed Store. Ad.
The members of the Kastern Star
had a most pleasant social at the home
of Mrs. F. W. Cook this afternoon.
LOST A bunch of keys, between the
Ideal Theater ami carnival grounds.
Return to Star office. 12-.
The Star regrets to learn of the se severe
vere severe illness of Mr. Sam Igou's little
boy.
Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig's Drug
Stores. Ad.
FOR SALE One Duroc Red Jersey
male hog. eighteen months old. Adam

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Preserve your artistic Hoard of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
The embroidery circle of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church had a most pleasant
afternoon yesterday with Mrs. II. A.
Waterman.
For quIck signs painted while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
stand. Ad.
Miss Genevieve Smith has taken
charge of the office work in her
father's furniture! store and undertak
establishment.
Arkansas Chill & Vever Tonle,
and 50 cents per bottle. Guarantt
to cure. Best for colds and lagripl
Tydings & Co. Ad.
Miss Helen Scott, the valued an
charming assistant in the city clerk's
office, after several days of sickness is
able to again be at her post.
Mr. II. II. Whitworth will move his
family from his beautiful farm south
of town to Ocala. soon as he can
find a suitable house.
Miss Esther Molusky, Miss May Or Or-ton
ton Or-ton and Miss Lysle Campbell, who
spent Thanksgiving with Misses Veda
and Fay Campbell, returned to their
homes at Mount Dora today.
If Mr. Joseph Malever has let the con-
.n m '' -v ... i
tract ior nis new nome on omuwuiiu
avenue to Mr. A. I. Iloone. The house
will be a bungalow, and when complet completed
ed completed will bo a pretty and convenient
residence.
Night Watchman Fomby of the
Harrington found a valuable laprobe,
evidently stolen from an auto, last
night. Owner can obtain it by calling
on him and descr'binsr the robe.
The fixtures in Nash's store have
been handsomely grained and varnish
ed, which adds greatly to the display
of the pretty Christmas goods. The
work was executed by Jos. W. Dodge
the artist.
Miss P.lanche Hall came up from
Candler today, to enter the hospital
for treatment. Miss Hall has not
been well for some months, but her
friends hope she will soon be on the
high road to recovery.
Mr. J. C. Wheeler uf Albany. Ga..
the well-knowh and popular J. C. now
in Florida tofmirket the crop of his
big orange grovt near Plant City, is
in town, visiting his brother. Mr. W.
V. Wheeler, of th- Commercial Bank,
and his numerous other friends.
In Judge Pell's court this morninir.
P.olden Priester. colored, accused of
breaking into Mr. Norton Edwards'
bouse southwest of town, was givt-n a
hearing. The evidence against him
was strong, and the judge held him to
await the action of tne grand jury.
Mr. Walter Pedrick receive! a wire
from Mrs. G. D. Hogan at Tucson,
Ariz., today, asking him to come to
Mr. Hogan. his partner, at once. The
last word Mr. Pedrick had from Mr-.
Hogan he was not do" g well ai 1 it : :-feared
feared :-feared he is in a serious condition.
Miss Adelaide D.-d--e. el lest d.v,i-rh-t.-r
of Mr. Jos. W. IV. due f 'M,.a. won
a handsome lv:nir e-ap a tri tri-county
county tri-county fair in Jacksonville last. week.
Miss Dodge won the rirst prize as the
most skilled and graceful horseback
rider.
Look at our line or stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.

COVSIOERIRLY CROWDED

In consequent e of Mr. R. C. Mancas-
ter's advertisement on our first
l-a?e. and th- president's message.
which wasn't released until 2:30 p. m.,
we had to ltavt out the usual install installment
ment installment of our story and a lot of other
matter today. The Star frives you the
president's m-sae about twenty hours
ahead of any other paper. It is Mr.
Taft's last message, and probably the
last message by any republican presi president
dent president for a number of years.
PI HM Ii THE WAR AGAINST
THE WHITE PLAGUE
The health detriment of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club will ai?ain wage war on the
white plague by the sale of Christmas
stamps, the proceeds of which will be
devoted to the fight against tuber tuberculosis
culosis tuberculosis now going on all over the
United States. Popular society girls
will aid in the work of selling 5000
Red Cross stamps to be used on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas packages in Ocala. The first sale
will be on at the L". D. C. oyster sup supper
per supper given Wednesday afternoon and
evening at th- Woman's Club rooms.
Mrs. Harry Dozier and Mrs. Weterbee
will be in charge with pretty costum costumed
ed costumed Red Cross nurses to sell the stamps.
The permission of the U. L. C. to sell
anti-tuberculosis stamps when they
have stamps of their own is a very
gracious thing and we hoi e the club
members will show their appreciation
by attending the entertainment.
Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Chairman Health Committee.
CANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN
Mr. Marcus Frank, candidate for al alderman
derman alderman n the .second ward, has ad addressed
dressed addressed the following letter to the
voters of his ward:
I am adopting this method of in informing
forming informing you that I am a candidate for
alderman from the second ward in the
city election on December 10th.
I am a candidate because I am in inspired
spired inspired with the belief that I can be of
some service, if elected, to the city.
Naturally enthusiastic, and being
convinced that the affairs of a city
should be conducted the same as one's
private interests, if elected I promise
that I shall give to the city my moat
earnest attention and will do every everything
thing everything in my power for its uplift and
advancement. j
I promise that I shall be vigilant; to
every obligation the office imposes,
for I love Ocala and want to see vher
develop into a real, live, up-to-ilate
city. To this end I shall devote fcny
very best efforts.
If you feel as I do, and think that I
will advance Ocala's interests, I shal
thank you most heartily for your sup
port.
Yours for a bigger and more pros prosperous
perous prosperous city, Marcua Frank.
The annual Florida Methodist Con Conference
ference Conference will be held with the First
Methodist church of Tampa this year.
The sentiment in Ocala for a return
of Rev. J. R. Ley for another year is
strong. Mr. Ley is not only a good
preacher but a good citizen and neigh neighbor,
bor, neighbor, and lias friends in other churches,
and out of them, as well as in his own.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. S.
I. Stuart was buried this morning in
the old cemetery. Rev. W. II. Cole Coleman
man Coleman officiated and Mclver & MacKay
had charge of the arrangements. The
little one was only a few woiks old
and its death was a sore bereavement
to the sorrowing parents.
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, Mr. II. C. Dunn was given the
first and second degrees, which 1)
came up from St. Petersburg to take.
He returned to his position' in St. Pe
tersburg this morning. The third de degree
gree degree will be conferred on him by the
lodge in that city.
first R. F. D. route running out
from Williston anfl taking in the Oak
Vale community egan its service Dec.
2nd. The establishment of this route,
as well as the Oak Vale Telephone
Club, is due very largely to the per
severing and public-spirited efforts of
Mr. J. F. liritt of Oak Vale.
Cft(!:(S)flesne
makes delicious pastry
It's the last word in pastry-
making. It makes cakes so
light and airy that every mor
sel tastes like "more."
Digestible too, because Cot
tolene food is never greasy.
Cottolene is better than
lard, because it's a vegetable
not an animal product It
is richer use one-third less.
Cottolene is cheaper than
butter costs no more than
lard, and will give better re results
sults results than either. Use one-
third less than
butter also.
Cottolene is never
sold in bulk al always
ways always in air-tight
tin pails, which'pro which'pro-tect
tect which'pro-tect it from dirt,
dust and odors. It
13 always, uniform
and dependable.
THE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY
M, C. IZLAR
DENTAL SURGEON
Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, - - FLORIDA
W. C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLAXS FURNISHED
OX APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.
HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED

Statement of the Condition of the

OCALA II
OF OCALA, FLORID 1
At Clone of IItilne. TuriuliT, Novem November
ber November 2;th, 1912; Condemned from Re Report
port Report to the Comptroller of the Cur Currency.
rency. Currency. RESOURCES
Loans and discounts
. .$181. 889.49
se-
. .. 75.000.00
United states bonds to
cure circulation
Other bonds and securities..
7.3S0.21
Eanking house, furniture and
fixtures 40.3SI.38
Cash on hand and due from
other banks 58. 107.82
$302,02.00
LIABILITIES
Capital stock, fully paid in..$ 75.000.00
Circulation 75.000.00
Dills payable 7.500.00
Net profits 5.S63.05
DEPOSITS 159.518.95
3C2,!)S2.00
We are pleased to have the atten attention
tion attention of the public to the accompany accompanying
ing accompanying comparative statement of this
banks condition as per calls of the
comptroller of the currency.
Regan RiiineM February IS 1011
Deposits, March 7, 1911 $ 62.612.00
Deposits, June 7, .1911 108,900.12
Deposits. Sept. 1, 191 103,314.03
Deposits, Dec. 5, 1911 116.228.81
Deposits. Feb. 20, 1912 138.944.18
Deposits, April IS, 1912 179,201.81
Deposits. June 14, 1912 187.188.48
Deposits, Sept. 4, 1912 202,453.21
Deposits, Nov. 26. 1912 199.518.93
HILL-DEWEY
Married. December 1st, at 4:30 p. m..
by the Rev. Howard Dutill in his study
at the First M. E. chatch. South, Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. Fla., Miss JulUt Savina Dewey of
Ocala, to Mr. Johjt K. Hill of Sarasota.
"Miss Savina. she is usually call called,
ed, called, was born aid raised in Ocala by
ht-r grandpareiws, Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
Ugle. After finl-hing school she work worked
ed worked in the offije oJ Mr. Will Condon
for a year andaAalf. Since Septem September
ber September she has beViivisiting the family
of her uncle, Mr. 3. F. Ogle, in Manatee
county, and ht-r old time friend. Miss
Hattie L Eddy of Tampa, who was
present at her marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill came to Ocala on
Monday afternoon and are at the home
of the bride's grandparents on North
Magnolia street.
Mrs. Hill has a great many friends
in Ocala, who join the Star in best
wishes for her and her husband.
Jl'MOR LEAGUE
Iast Sunday afternoon there was or-
gan'zed a Junior League and Chlld-
rens Missionary Society at the Meth
odist church w'th sixteen charter mem
bers. Mrs. Waldo Hicks was appoint
ed lady manager and the following of
ficers were elected:
President Sam Phillips.
1st vice president Elizabeth Cow Cow-lrick.
lrick. Cow-lrick. 2nd vice "president Ruth L.ee.
"rd vice president Maggie McCran-
i.
Secretary Julian Rent Rent-Treasurer
Treasurer Rent-Treasurer Willie Meffert.
Meetings will be held Sunday after
noons at 3:. 10 o'clock. Leader for next
Sunday, Elizabeth Cowdrick. All chil children
dren children from 2 to 14 years of age are
eligible to membership and are cor
dially invited to join. Reporter.
-INTRODUCE 31 E"
As a general tiling, when an actress
stars in her own play, the result is
disappointing, and the large audience
at the Temple last night found "In
troduce Me" no exception to the rule
Miss Clarke seems to be a good
actress, and would do better in an another
other another play. She would have done bet better
ter better in this one with better support
Not to say that the play had no merit,
for it had considerable; Miss Clarke
was good in her part, and some of the
other performers did well. The play
simply wasn't up to expectations, but
perhaps the expectations were a little
too high. Some good judges were
well pleased with it. but it did not
awaken much enthusiasm in the mass
of the audience. All the ladies present
were pleased with the stunningly fine
costumes worn by Miss Clarke, which,
one said, were worth the price of a
ticket to see.
TEMPLE TONIGHT
"Broncho Billy outwitted," featur
ing "Big Bill" Anderson, the "king" of
moving picture cowboys.
"The Pirate Ship. An exciting
story. See the dynamiting of the ship.
"A Disappointed Mamma." a scream
ingly funny comedy.
Orchestra music. Doors open
6:43 o-lO cents. Amateurs Friday
at
DR. AV. K. LATE
SpeelallAt Eye, Ear, Xoe and Throat
Office, Law Library Bidg. Ocala. Ad
MITUK
Notice is hereby given the public
that, beginning with Dec. 1st. 1912
we, the undersigned, have each adopt
ed and expect to maintain a strictly
cash business, and positively no ex
ceptions will be made to this rule.
A deposit of one-half must also be
male on all orders at time of sitting.
and no proofs will be shown until such
deposit has been male.
signed: Mills Studio.
H. Parker Wilcox.
Ocala Photo Co.
Mr. 11 L Lytle and wife of Dirming Dirming-ham,
ham, Dirming-ham, who reet-ntly moved to Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, have a lovely home there and a
garden of fall vegetables ready for the
table. Mr. Lytle bought the Dartlet:
pla-e ar, 1 has improved it greatly,
allinr many modern conveniences.
After traveling for 24 years Mr. Lytle
says he Is content to settle down and
be a typical Florida farmer.
DRIVE OFF A TERROR
The chief executioner of death in
the winter and s;r:ng months is jneu- j
n-or.ia. Its advance agents are colds ;
and grip. In ar.y attark by one of'
:!..- malalie no time should be lost
in taking the best medicine obtaina- i
to drive off. Countless thou- j
New Di-vovery. "My husband believes
it has kept him from having pneumon pneumonia
ia pneumonia three or four times," writes Mrs.
George w. Place. Rawsonvllle, Vt.,
and for coughs, colds and croup we
have never found its equal." Guaran Guaran-teen
teen Guaran-teen for all bronchial affections. Price,
00c. and II. Trial bottle free at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company. Ad.

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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 Safe 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 BANK.

CAPITAL FULLY
H. D. STOKES.
EDWARDS. Pres.
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SCHEDULE FOR THE SEASOX
Of the Theatrical Attraction I locked
for Ihr Temple
Manager E. C. Dennett has so far
made contracts with the following at attractions
tractions attractions for the season at the Temple
Theater. Many others will be filled In
later on.
Dec, 13. Music Festival auspices of
Woman's Club of Ocala.
Dec. 21 Stetson Glee Club.
Dec. 31, Jan. 1-2 State school con
vention.
Jan. 21 The Climax.
Jan. 23 The Smart Set.
Feb. 3 Madam X.
Feb. 6 Paul Gilmore in "Havoc."
Feb. 14 Freckles.
Feb. 17 The Goose Girl.
March 12 The Servant in the House.
March 23 Evans' Honey Boy Min
strels.
MR. TO.MPKISS OFF TO MARKET
Mr. W. D. Tompkins left today for
the Tennessee horse and mule ma:ket,
where he will buy a carload of mules.
Mr. Tompkins will brin;r back one of
the finest cars of stock he lias ever
handled. Mrs. Tompkins accompanied
him for the pleasure of the trip.
AITOMOUILE FOR SALE CHEAP
A four-cylinder, two-passenger car
in first cdass condition In every respect.
Cheap for cash. Apply at this -office.
'EW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
FOR, RENT
FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 29 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
n. E. YOXGE AGAIX IX
THE PLUMniXG DUMXESS
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 Is under cultivation, situated
one-half mile north o' Leroy. There
is a large house and barn and other
improvements. Will sell all or a part.
Address Mrs. Lydia All Holmes, Leroy,
Fla. 12-6-4tw
For first class automolIle service
by the trip, hoar or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
Sunbeam Soda, full pound Zr
packages.. vL
Van Houtcn's Cocoa requires
only half as much as QCr
other Cocoas, cans 25, 45, 0t)v
Sunbeam Corn Flakes lZn
3 for LdL
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,
3 packages for
25c
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
Sunbeam Oatmeal per
25c
10c
package --
CO,
PHONE
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CAHIAS

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Cashier.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vice Pres.

WEATHER REPORT
Cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature. 65 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 7g degrees.
Average, 67 degrees.
Rainfall. .60.
WEATIIER FORECAST
Generally fair except local rains ex extreme
treme extreme north portion, late tonight or
Wednesday. I j
e v-4anay ot V-iharacter
On the Character of Condy
depends Its fitness for
gift making.
No Candy Is so well fitted
and graciously accepted as
Candies of Rare Quality.
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T. W. TROXLER
21 Main Street
SALES AGENT
for
THTUYLERg
FRESH SEEDS
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, ths
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company. Ad.
Terkeween Oil, the great nerve And
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. Ad.
COULD SHOUT FOR JOY
"I want to thank you from the bot bottom
tom bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Bader,
of Lewlsburg, W. Va., "for the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful double benefit I got from Electric
Pitters. In curing me of both a severe
case of stomach trouble and of rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, from which I had been an al almost
most almost helpless sufferer 'for ten years.
It suited my case as though made just
for me." For dyspepsia, indigestion,
jaundice, and to lid the system of kid kidney
ney kidney poisons that cause rheumatism,
Klectric Uitters have no equal. Try
them. Every bottle is guaranteed to
satisfy. Only
company. Ad.
CO cents at Tydings &
FHAVXK'S FATAL FALL
Aeronaut at I be Trl-Coonty
Fair
Daubed to III Death
.lack.onvllle, Fla., Dec. 2. Richard
Frayne, aeronaut, 25 years old, a mem member
ber member of the Frayne and Crosby Balloon
Company of Boston, was dashed to
death here late yesterday afternoon In
th- presence of fully 3,000 persons who
had gathered at the Tri-County Fair,
iein' held at the ostrich farm.
I.ITII.i; CHILD KILLKD
III TIIK OVERSEA LIMITED
Bayard, Fla., Dec. 2. The little year
and a half old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Purte was struck by the southbound
oversea Limited train, passing here
about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
and- died forty-five minutes later.
If you want to subscribe for a mag magazine,
azine, magazine, a single magazine or a club, for
yourself or a Chr'Btmas present for a
friend, please do so through Miss Alice
Campbell, 47 .South Third street. Phone
IS 8.
FOR SALE At a bargain, one 30-hors-epower,
5-passenger touring car;
1S12 model, only been used a short
time; as good as new. Apply box ES7.
aia, Fla. ll-27-d6t wit
Highest cash price paid for all old
gold or silver. D. Goldman, Ocala,
Fla. Why Pay More? Ad.
HELP WANTED
WANTED Several salesman In
Alachua, Marlon, Putnam and Citrus
counties to represent oldest establish established
ed established sewing machine on earth. Exper
ience not necessary. Good men can
make good wages. Address Singer
Sewing Machine Co, Gainesville, Fla,
MILCH COWS FOR SALE
At Dr. Dunn's stables, fresh Jersey
cow? for sale for a few days. See me
if in need of a good cow. W. K. Lang Lang-ford.
ford. Lang-ford. ll-28-3td

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FIRE WOOD
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney's residence, where I have a
large stock of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak. all of which Is well
peasoned. 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 carriare
with white drivers. Phone 45s.
J. A. MANNING.



OCALA EVESLSG STAB, TCESTAYV DECEMBER 1912

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We have One of the Preltiest Line of Beds
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 bine ones, and many other colors and
'ladesand all of the different shape and trimmings.
We will take great pi ensure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
Kespectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE M HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

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farrlng;e of Mr. Flora Perry to Mr.
Jimra C. Ilaker
I--on. Nov. SO. The greatest sur surprise
prise surprise of th .-ea.-on wa. the marriage
la.-t Tue-day. Nov. 26th. of Mr. James

(Q. Daker of Oxford to Mrs. Flora Flora
! I'erry. of Lcvon, which took place at

i the residence of the bride'.-? brother.

Mr. John R. Proctor of Pedro. Until
a ff-w daysaiio few !f any of the
friends of the contracting parties knew

anything of the coming event. Mr.

Haker i a very prosperous farmer and

j business man and Mrs. Terry was pro

prietor of the Levon hotel. The many
friends extend the hand of conratu-

i lations, with wishes for a happy life.
I Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Hill returned
I f rom Jacksonville Tuesday, where they
had gone with their little .on, Charles.

to have an operation. After consul consultation
tation consultation of several physicians It was
found an operation would not help the
little fellow and there is no hope of
his recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Hill have
the profound sympathy of the entire
community in their trouble. They are
stopping1 with Mrs. Hill's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Waters, and the end of
the little sufferer is expected at any anytime.
time. anytime. The death anel viisted our neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood again last Monday and took
from our midst the little two months'
old girl baby of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Lucius. The little one had only been
sick a few days. Its remains were
laid in the Lucius graveyard Tuesday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Goodwin and Mr.
C. B. Davis were visitors at the fair
Thursday.
Messrs. C. A. Oliver, Oliver Hicks,
Misses Katie Proctor and Irene Miller
visited the sights in Ocala Thursday
evening.
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter at attended
tended attended the fair Thursday.

GOOD APPOJ.TME-r
BY TUB GOVERNOR

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IIKVLTIIV LIVER MAKES BEAUTY

Fanionn AetreMm Finds that a Healthy
Liver In Sevennary to CHooil Looks
and Touthfulnea
One of the best known women of
the American stage is writing a series
of articles on the preservation of
beauty. She attaches great importance
to keeping the liver act've at all times,
and she is right. Neither good looks
nor happiness will stay long with any
man or woman who lets the liver get
lazy and sluggish.
It is not always safe to take calomel,
the old liver remedy. Doctors agree
that it is a very uncertain drug. But
the Court Pharmacy has a remedy for
sale that it guarantees to take the
place of calomel absolutely, and still
be harmless, causing no restriction of
habit or diet. This remedy is Dodson's
Liver Tone.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant pleasant-tasting
tasting pleasant-tasting vegetable liquid, but it starts
the liver gently and surely and relieves
constipation and biliousness so prompt promptly
ly promptly that it has become a dependable
remedy in thousands of homes in the
United States. There are scores of
families in this vicinity who will not
be without it in the house and who
would not think of starting on a trip
without a bottle of It.
The Court Pharmacy has sold so
much Dodson's Liver Tone that it is
convinced of its merit and will give
any person his 50 cents back, who buys
a bottle and does not find that it takes
the place of calomel to perfection. Ad.

CI.ASSV LITTLE CAR

WHAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
good sport.
We are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Marion HariFare Co,

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F. E. McCLAXE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Ocala, Florida
THONES: OFFICE:
Offlc. 333. Suite 1 to 7 Hol ler Block. Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence. 407. Comer of Public Iquare
Xtet C!l made by uperlal Appointment. Special Gen It. I rlnary CIUU
after 7 p. m. rn-Tt iy.

Dr. R. Leffers, Coleman's popular
physician and Mr. Johnson Fowell,
cashier of the Coleman Hank, came
down Monday morning in Dr. Leffers'
handsome new Maxwell ear. This Is

one of the classiest little cars we have
seen. Hushnell Times.

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The haunting fear of sickness and
helplessness is the secret terror of the
working man. Health Is his capital.
Kidney diseases sap a man's strength
and vitality. They lessen his earning

capacity. Foley Kidney Tills bring
laek health and strength by healing

the disease. They are the best medi medicine
cine medicine made for kidney and bladder trou troubles.
bles. troubles. The genuine are in the yellow
package. Refuse any substitute. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

A tip doesn't always come to the
man who waits.

TIIKY

ALWAYS HELP
ELDERLY PEOPLE

Foley Kidney Tills give just the help
elderly people need to tone and
strengthen their kidneys and bladder
and regulate their action. John Mc Mc-Masters,
Masters, Mc-Masters, Streator, 111., says: "I feel
better and stronger than I have for
many years, and Foley Kidney Tills
did it." Sold in Ocala by the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

No changes are noted in the high
cost of Christmas preparations.

FAMOI S STAGE IIEAI TIES
look with horror on skin eruptions,
blotches, sores or pimples. They don't
have them, nor will any one, who uses
Hucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies
the face. Ecneza or salt rheum vanish
before it. It cures sore lips, chapped
hands, chilblains; heals burns, cut
and bruises. Unequaled for piles. Only
23c at Tydings & Company. Ad.

No, Cordelia, it doesn't make a
singer's tones elea to strain her voice.

When you have a bilious attack give
Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They
are excellent. For tale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Ad.

Mi Emma Mih 1 w C lerk of the
Circuit Court of Sumter County
Tallahassee, Nov. 27. 1912.
Judge J. C. D. Koonce. Rushnell. Fla.:
Have appointed Miss Emma Mann
clerk for remainder Gore Nelson's un unexpired
expired unexpired term: qualification papers
mailed her this morning. Deeply re regret
gret regret to hear of Mr. Nelsons death.
Albert Gilchrist, Governor.

DR. flLITCH CALLS
THE COMMISSIONER DOWX

To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Marion County, Flor Flor-da.
da. Flor-da. You've had information that the
sub-road district committee of LVevy
county would build from their main
line at Morriston to Marion's county
line. The committee requested you
through the writer to clear right of
way and harden from Blitchton to in interest
terest interest with them a distance of about
four miles.
You've done nothing! You've said
noth'ng!
The Levy county committee has al already
ready already cleared right of way nearly to
Marion and Levy line direction of
Blitchton and we are assured their
labors will continue until the road is
completed.
"U know they mean it! You know
they'll do it! Then why do you not
investigate and put a force of men
over here and make an avenue of travel

to Ocala and our county the equal of

any already built?
If you county legislators should
build a hard road from Ocada to
Blitchton and on to Levy's l'ne a dis distance
tance distance of nearly nineteen miles you
would then have done less for us than
for Mcintosh, Dunnellon and other
places.
Don't, please don't, put us on the
shelf, but "tote fair," and show forth
to the weary waiting ones over here
that your interest is as much allied
with them as with those who have al already
ready already been granted road construction.
S. II. Blitch.

CATARRH C.1XXOT BE CURED
with local applications, as they can cannot
not cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca Catarrh
tarrh Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
not a quack medicine. It was pre prescribed
scribed prescribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years and is a reg regular
ular regular prescription. It is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with
the best blood purifiers, acting direct directly
ly directly on the mucous surfaces. The per perfect
fect perfect combination of the two ingre ingredients
dients ingredients is what produces such wonder wonderful
ful wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send
for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney &
Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by all
druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Fam Family
ily Family Pills for constipation. Ad.

Conservationists ought to yield a
point when it comes to cutting down
the Christmas tree.

DOUBT DISAPPEARS

It's easier for a girl to knit her
brows than to darn sock.

OLD WEATHER KOMFOBTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes an 1 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, canop os 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

When children cought a great deal
it is time to take notice or something
serious will develop. A few doses of
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP
may ward off a spell of sickness. Price,
2T.C, oOc. and $1 per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Ad.

No One In Ocala Who II a Had a nad
Bnck Can Ignore Thin Double
Proof
Does your back ever ache?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Backache Is kidney ache,
With it comes dizzy spells.
Sleepless nights, tired, dull days,
Distressing urinary disorders.
Cure the kidneys to cure it all.
Doan's Kidney Pills bring quick re relief
lief relief Bring many thorough, lasting cures.
You have read Ocala proof.
Read now the Ocala sequel.
Renewed testimony; tested by time.
C. F. Hays, 271 Orange St., Ocala.
Fla., says: "I think that heavy lifting
caused by kidneys to become disorder disordered.
ed. disordered. I suffered Intensely from pains in
my back and often I was so stiff and
lame that I could hardly do my work.
I also had headaches. When a friend
told me about Doan's Kidney Pills, I
began using them. I am now glad
that I did so for they gave me more
relief than all the other medicines I
had ever taken. To say that I endorse
Doan's Kidney Pills is puting the fact
mildly." (Statement given May 13,
1908).
A Lasting: Effect
In March, 1911, when Mr. Hays was
interviewed, he said: "I gladly confirm
my former endorsement of Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills, for the benefit they brought
me has been lasting. You may con continue
tinue continue to publish my statement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.

New York, sole agents for the United

States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. (Adv.)

It doesn't take the man who thinks
he knows it all very long to tell how
little he really knows.

FOILS A FOUL PLOT
When a shameful plot exists be between
tween between liver and bowels to cause dis distress
tress distress by refusing to act, take Dr.
King's New Life Pills, and end such
abuse of your system. They gently
compel right action of stomach, liver
and bowels, and restore your health
and all good feelings. 23c. at Tydings
& Company. Ad.

The successful man strikes while
the iron is hot, but there are others
who fail to recognize a hot iron when
they see it.

You will find that drusrgists every everywhere
where everywhere speak well of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. They know from long
experience in the sale of it that in
cases of coughs and colds it can al always
ways always be depended upon, and that It is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale
by all dealers. Ad.

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When beer is pure there is nothing more
healthful. Pure beer brings no after-effect, no
hiliousnesss.
Schlitz is not only made pure but is kept pure.

Light starts decay even
in pure beer. Dark glass
gives the best protection
against light. The Brown
Bottle protects Schlitz
purity from the brewery
to your glass.
Perhaps if you, too,
would drink Schlitz

Schlitz in Brown
Bottles you would
have an altogether
different idea about
beer.
Schlitz in Brown
Bottles should be
your regular beer.
See that crown br cork

is branded "ScMite."
Telephone 37
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.

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A Lame Back. Stitch in the Side. Stiff Neck or Rheumatism in the Joiats
puts a man out of commission most effectually. The misery will Dot last
if treated with
BALLARD'S

W LHIMDM1IEIMT

IT IS A WONDERFUL PAIN RELIEF.
Rub it la over the part affected. It penetrates the flesh and quickly reaches the spot where the
trouble exists. The painful symptoms Immediately subside. It relaxes the muscles, quiets infiamma-'
tlon. restores strength, ease and suppleness. Severe cases of chronic rheumatism or neuralgia are
forced to yield lo Its powerful relieving influence. There Is no ailment of the muscles or flesh that
cannot be helped through this marvelous healing remedy: the pain Is eased the moment it reaches tho
affected part. It Is a great family remedy for all purposes for which a liniment Is needed. For heal healing
ing healing cuts, wounds, burns, bruises, galls, chafed spots, swellings, frost bites, stings of Insects, ivy poi poisoning,
soning, poisoning, sprains, contracted muscles. It Las no superior In the cpecd with which It will restoro healthy
conditions.
Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.

JAMES F. BALLARD

PROPRIETOR

ST. LOUIS, MO.

Stefceu Eye Scive Is reaedy of great power la diseases of the eye or eyelid. It heals qolcUy ad

trasrthems the otsht.

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ALX DRUGGISTS

All women are not a baJ as other
women think they are.

Some of the blame for the lies we

tell oust to be chargeJ up to the
people who ask our candid opinion.

If the family next door weurs more
stylish clothes than her own, a wom woman
an woman can easily imagine they have 1ms
to eat.

oTitn
Of Application for Pardon
Notice i.-? hereby jriven under Section
4074 of the Statutes of the state of
Florida, that H. 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

ja pardon, the saM K. It. Robinson hav hav-iing
iing hav-iing been convicted on a charge of em em-j
j em-j bezzlement, sai l conviction taking
place in Marion county, the place of
the commission of the alleged offence,
'at the spring term of the circuit court

thereof, 1912 A. D.
Signed: E. R. Robinson.

Dr. Wm. Sadler. author of "The
Cause and Cure of Colds," says that
common colls should be taken serious seriously,
ly, seriously, especially when they "hang on."
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a

reliable household medicine for coughs J
and colds, equally effective for child

ren and for irrown persons. Take it
whn you feel a coll coming on. It
will avert danger of serious results
and cure quickly. Xo harmful drugs.
Sold in Ocala by tho Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore. Ad.

A wise man enjoys what he has.
while the fool is seeking for more.

Rub the joints with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT to relieve rheuma rheumatism.
tism. rheumatism. It penetrates the flesh to the
bone conveying its soothing and re restorative
storative restorative influence to the spot where
the pain exists. Trice. 25c, 50c. and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.

C HOIPV COUGHS
AXD WHEEZY COLDS
The quickest, simplest way to rid the
children of dangerous coughs and
wheezy, stuffy colds is to give them
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It
gives almost instant relief and stops
a cough promptly. It soothes and
heals. Contains no opiates. "Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

Many a great man has exclusive
knowledge of the fact.

A DesMoines man had an attack of

muscular rheumatism in his shoulder. I

A friend advised him to go to Hot

Procrastination is
Christmas shopping.

the bane of

If you are troubled with chronic
constipation, the mild and gentle effect
of Chamberlain's Tablets makes them
especially suited to your case. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.

Springs. That meant an expense of :
$150 or more. He sought for a quick-
er and cheaper way to cure it and 1
found it in Chamberlain's Liniment, j

Three days after the first application
of this liniment he was welL For
sale by all dealers. Ad.

We wish to call youY attention to the
fact that mo?t infectious d'seases such
as whooping cough, diphtheria and
scarlet fever are contracted when the
ihild has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough

Remedy will .'luickly cure a cold and j
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ia gthese diseases. This rerrtdy is
famous for its cures of colds. It con contains
tains contains ej opium or other narcotic and
may be given to a child with implicit
confidence. Sold by all dealers. Ad.

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