OCALA, FLORIDA, Fit I DAY, NOVEMBER U. 1913
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OLDKST IMIINIKi: !X )C.L.
C1. Frank K. HarrN, l-Mitor of the
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COXSillFltAlIIj: XHIIJKK PKKS1XT AM) MICH IXTKKKST TAKKX
!. THE MKKTiX(;S iih THE COST COXfiliESS
A great many citizens met w;:h
the members of the State Printers" er was looked upon as an enemy.' Ev Ev-Cost
Cost Ev-Cost Congress at the court house at erv clan and tribe of people held ev-
s o'clock last evening to carry oatiery olher clan and tribe lo be their
. i natural enemy, and everv nation
the prcgram arranged tcr the nrs: : l3
held every other nation who spoke
session anl to welcome the printers anoth?r language or wbo !ived lmder
to the city. ; different customs, to be their natural
Secretary J. D. Roonev of the Ma- enemy.
rich County Board or' Trade, mastei I believe that it was Darwin that
of ee-emen-'e- a-a-e ?n1 nw ip n tnat the instinctive fear of a
timely remarks opened the session
and introduced Mr. Edwin Spencer
Jr., who delivered the address or
welcome for Mayer J. D. Robertson.
Mr. Silencer Address
Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentle-'
: arnvp. ;;r,ri tne greatest factor in the
There is no profession, which ; dissipaticI1 of this feeiv of animos animos-stands
stands animos-stands higher in ray respect and esti- i 5?v ;nvar1 othpr rnf.P, rmvar(.
mation than the profession represent-;
. i . i . i i
ed t-v the sentlemen of this conven-
tion who have honored Ocala bv their'
Tlie newepaper rrcfc-sioa
greatest agency in our civilization for
breaking down the hedges
oarners ot narrowness am
A KS ill j
cialism, and for advancing our civil!- j
ztion. bettering oar morals and aid-
11. .:.. 1. ... av- iiji nils iv
tr::e. therefore, it was pleasure keen-;
er than ordinary, that prompted me;
to accept the invitation or the honor- j
ed mayor of this city to art in
stead in siting the weicorne of our ;
citizens to this convention. I
The degree o: hospitality cf any j
reople is. in my opinion, the test of
their progress, and of their standards
In olden times, before the days of j
commerce and printing, every Strang- j
IT CONFE88ION :
I have been accused of Underselling all competetors in the retail business, by at least one fourth This is true
I will admit it and confess I am ouilty. '
But. I have a good defense, and I am going to throw myself upon the mercy of the public, whom I have befriend befriended,
ed, befriended, saved money, and made friends, -siri O n
hy Pay More?
Tl you wish C?o5h?ng. SuHs, Shoes, Hats. TrunkiF, Bac;s of all Kinds, Gur.s, Revolvers. A nimanitSnn ninp T,,.,, ,
No ma!!cr vl3 il is, il in my biG slack, Island resdy Jo sm-c you money. WHY PAY MORE? 8 iaCiil2' ansS Jewelry.
I f J.
Han net-. Who Appropriately Welcoin-
ui t onjiress
stranger by a child was due to the in instincts
stincts instincts of hereditv. Rut as riviliza-
tion hag advanced and commerce has
increased the feeling of hospitality
and brotherhood has increased, and
' strangers, instead of beinsr looked
and are hailed as welco:ce when thev :
unknown pe0p!es has been the press.
BlU' Mr- Chairman, the members of j
srrnagers. would be welcomed
i to o-ir c:tv. pnt because of their pro-
: fession Thev r-anni 1p TiTPvI ri: crrnn-i
s-rs within our gates.
an.! rhroa that medium J.ave he.ird
k. iiiiii! Kii u .it.- iu.i s. aim
notwrhstandirg the fact that they ;
live elsewhere than Ocala. vet thev i
are not strangers to us.
1 v nnr i;pr?nn is inp-o w ;t -.n; not
?;eard of Frank Mayes, the next gov-!
ernor of the state, so often that he
should seem to know him Dersonallv?
Who has not heard of the editor of
the Eustis Lake Region? and so on
down the line. Xo, Mr. Chairman, the
members of this convention are not
strangers within oar gates, hut they
E li OCALA
ill fit are our friends nave come to
.y us a iriendiy visit.
Hut in addition to that, Xr. Chair-
u, iho neivipai.-er me:: can never be
cabled strangers, bcau&e newspaper
:aea are a: home wherever they go. j
. r.a'" i-ten them at church, at. Dolit- I
-eal meetings., in the court room, in
h? iegidatare, and in a good many
ou-d alwavs 1
i r v.
And, speaking of newspaper men in i
:he Itgisiature, I cannot refrain from
reminding you that one of the ablest
men of the last legislature was a rep
resentative of the press, namely, Hon.
"Bill" .Mapoles. Like all newspaper
men, "Bill" was poDular and one of
the best-hearted fellows in the world,
but not so proficient in the art of
speaking or in the use of the King's j which was en route from Ozark, Ala.,;
English as some of his other breth-jto Eufaula, where a fair is being
ren. I remember that on one occa- j held.
fion the legislature had before it a As the train circled a curve three
bill appropriating f.SOOO for a pipe or- J miles from Clayton, the three rear
gan for the Florida Female College, f coaches left the, rails and were dash dash-"Bill"
"Bill" dash-"Bill" was opposed to the bill, and el down a steep embankment. Two
his speech in opposition to it ran
something like this:
"Mr. Speaker, I am ag'in this here
bill. We have appropriated and ap appropriated
propriated appropriated and appropriated money
to educate the rich man's sons and
daughters of this here state, and we
have not given "any money to the
poor man's children. We appropriat appropriated
ed appropriated $12,n00 for a law school building,
and- we appropriated $l'),uOn for a
campus, and now, Mr. Speaker, to
cap the climax they are to take $8000
to buy one of these here piped pianos.
No, .Mr. Speaker, I am ag'in this bill."
As I say, I think tnat the newspa-
per men .are at home wherever they
; go. Therefore. Mr. Chairman, while
; conceive it to be unnecessary to
me lueiuuers 01 .mis convention
that for the next tew days the city
. , .,.
belongs to them, I will say this, that
Ocala is a cosmopolitan city; that it
has as residents all kinds of people;
that it has Baptists and Methodists
and all other denominations; that it
has democrats, republicans and "bull
moose, and all kinds of politics;
that it has wet and dry people and
rich and poor people, and all class
es and degrees. But, Mr. Chairman.
when friends come to visit us, denom denominational,
inational, denominational, political and financial dif differences
ferences differences are wiped away, and we all
join hands in trying to give these
friends the best time in the best city
in the best county and the best state
"n the world.
Mr. A. W. Dennis of Jacksonville,
president of the local United Typo Typo-thetae
thetae Typo-thetae of America of that city, was
introduced. He said something
short and sweet and took his seat.
Dr. J. E. Chace. president of the
Marion County Board of Trade, was
introduced an delivered the follow following
ing following address:
I5r. Chare's Address
uiititineii oi i tie ost Longress:
As the representative of the Ma- j
rion county board of trade, it becomes
my duty and my privilege to extend
to you in their behalf i n:ot cordial
It is not unusual for our city to be
selected as the meeting
lace of va-
ous organisations; in fact. Ocala is
sometimes spoken of as ;he conven convention
tion convention city, but rarely, indeed, do we
have the nleasaro
of welcoming so
. Kim:u a siuu-.-i i::g as we nave
jwith us on this occasion. Important!
; because of the different sections of
the state re: resented, the character;
men 111 :f t'i) l:r. f e ,ri the won- 1
derful inr.'i--u-e which :h -, wield in i
their several (ivnvvfi, ,u.
state and nation ov:r the material,
moral a ; s .;r tim wp f'iri or nn-
Ptop'e. Such power carries with it
srave responsibilities responsibili-
ties which we trust v.y.i aie measnr-
ing well up to and meeting as men,
for it is to such men that we would
extend our hospiralities.
Hospitality is peculiar to no par particular
ticular particular class nor people; in fact, some-
j -rr ; p sr
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Haiiway Acciileat in
j Clayton, Ala., Nov. 14. Eight per-'
; sons were killed and more than a 1
hundred injured yesterday when
three coaches of a Central of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia passenger train were derailed
! near this place. Several of the in
i jured are believed to be fatally hurt,
J Five coaches made up the train
' of the coaches were practically de
molisheJ. Passengers in the two
front coaches immediately rushed to
the aid of the injured, many of
whom were imprisoned in the debris.
As soon as news of the accident
reached Clayton and an appeal for
aid was flashed to all towns within a
radius of fifty miles. Relief trains
with physicians and nurses aboard
hurried to the scene of the accident
from Eufaula and Ozark.
Residences here were turned into
emergency hospitals but accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations could not be obtained for all of
the victims and many were placed
on inters in iront yards ana on
First reportg from the gcene were
that fifty persons had been
T,0 i-t,- aa i ..x
lne known dead number onlv eight,
okvniml, tt , ,. t. -V
although it is believed that some
Qne of he seriousy injured
sons ig Jeff c, brQther Con.
gressman Clayton. He was caught
between two hea timbers and
flesh Iacerated so that the b
were ,a,d bare
Editor St. Augustine Record and One
1:1 the State
one has said that "it is as universal
as the face of man.''
We are told that among the savage
tribes of darkest Africa, as well as
among the various semi-civilized and
civilized peaple of the earth, the un-
ootrudmg stranger is received with
rality and kindness.
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JKFFEKSOX DAVIS IIOOXEV
Secretary Marion County Hoard of Trade and Live Wire Promoter of
Every Good Work
Rescue of Two American Girls in
Brazil by Mr. and Mrs. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt
Xew York, Nov. 14. The Lam Lamport
port Lamport & Holt liner Vestris from Brazil
brought to Brooklyn jesterday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, two pretty American girls
who are grateful to Col. and Mrs.
Roosevelt and other fellow country
men for delivering them from an un- J heavy-jawed senior Y. L. de Sousa
welcome engagement in a Rio de the impresario of the vaudeville the the-Janerio
Janerio the-Janerio vaudeville theater. The ater, with his lawyer,
girls are Miss Gladys Waddell, sev- Mrs. Roosevelt's Xanie Tlonored
enteen years old, who played two j "Well, Mr. de Sousa Lima," said
years in "Rebecca of Sunnybrook j the magistrate, "this contract Is not
Farm," and Miss Miss Johan Shore, j with you, but with Mr. Chandler."
nineteen years old, with some stage!
On Oct 4. as the girls, who laugh laughed
ed laughed and almost wept at seeing Xew
York again, told their story on the
pier yesterday afternoon, they sailed
on the Vandyck, on which were Col.
and Mrs. Roosevelt, Miss Margaret
Roosevelt, daughter of W. Emlen
Roosevelt, the Colonel's cousin, and
many other Americans. The young
girls were under contract with Roy
Chandler, an American who has liv-
el in Buenos Ayres twenty years
and booked American attractions for'velt had written on her card, in the
South American cities. Their con-I keeping of Miss Waddell:
tract called for the appearance of J ".My dear Mr. Consul: If you can
Miss Waddell ani Miss Shore in a in any way assist Miss Waddell and
j mnsi? hall in Rio de Janerio. j Miss Shore, I shall be very much
j Mis Waddell Danced with T. R. obliged. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt."
I Miss Waddell said that when the; A similar card she gave to Miss
i Van.!yek had been six or seven days j Wad ?e!l was addressed to the Ameri Ameri-!on
!on Ameri-!on her eighteen-day passage to Rio. j ran minister at Rio.
the Colcnel and his wife and cousin. Then they went on board the Ves-
who are good mixers, knew every-1
.... 1. in ii:c
.Ml'' . r T T f r .'. T -.- ,
... xfc .-..-tn-ji u:ho
e l a Virginia reel with Miss Wa
;oing to dan?e ani sing in a Rio
music hall." exclaimed William C.
MacKenzie of Xew York, with a bus-i
iRpss in Buenos Ayres
no place for you two." j
B" the time the Vandvck reached!
the outer harbor of Rio. Cant. C -?. 1
an aeciaea to send back Miss Wai-j
j ucri1 .u- cnore on tne vestris. i
I which lay at the company's quays in-
i side, and sent a wireless for a launch
as the Vestris was due to sail north
any minute. Miss Waddell and Miss
Shore were placed with their bag baggage,
gage, baggage, in the launch. Half way to the
shore a police launch met the civil civilian
ian civilian launch and escorted it to the
On the companion ladder of the
Vestris stood a policeman. Some Somebody
body Somebody had tipped off the manager of
the music hall.
"You can't come aboard this ves vessel,"
sel," vessel," said the. policeman. The police police-launch
launch police-launch then conveyed the launch in
which sat the girls to the quay,
whence they were taken before a
magistrate. Near the maeistratfv
j stood the heavily bediamoned and
Then all hands were ordered to
another court. An automobile was
waiting outside, .but the actresses re refused
fused refused to ride in it and took a street
car to the other court house, where
the American, consul, whose atten attention
tion attention was called to the affair, was al already
ready already busy. The magistrate asked
the girls to sign a paper. They re-
"Discharged," said the court.
With overflowing hearts the sou-
brettcs paid their respects to the Am-
ierican consul, to whom fr Rnnco
tris with Capt. Cadogan's written O.
111 .iuis sieaiiiei awav tne
t !-?-. vipers on ine incoming v andyck
. wo-.e:l to them and cheered.
j T-e girls are quite tirel of the the-
lyrical profession, they say. Colonel
j Roo-eevlt gave them letters" to friends
in Xew York and thev mav cpot
, . 1 .
other means of livelihood.
ti,, ... .
. 1JC "cii.jdiits uaie is a nrst ciass
r lace to take your meals. Open night
J. R. Dewey, prop'rie-
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1913
HAVING A HEARING
WESTERN UNION HELPS
Diamonds the gift of gifts at
Burnett, the jeweler's. 11-13-tfdw
The Harrington was full of guests
by 2 p. m. yesterday.
MR. ROESS ANNOUNCEMENT
! IN THE GOOD WORK
Mrs. Wilson, the woman who kill-
ed her husband near Orange Springs The Western Union Telegraph Co.
two weeks ago, is having a hearing has employed the professional decor-
in County Judge Smith's court today, ator to embellish its office front for
Mrs. Wilson is not anything like the Marion County Fair. This is the
the popular conception of a Borgia, first time the Western Union ha?
She is a very meek-looking, frighten- ever done anything of the sort for
ed and shabby little person, cower- Ocala, and the Star hopes it won't
Fine china that is appropriate for
wedding gifts at Burnett's. 1113tfdw
Genuine Thermos bottles from $3
down, at Ty dings & Co.'s. 11-14-tf
Handsome and fashionable sta stationery
tionery stationery at The Murray Co. 11-1 3-3 1
Oysters and sea food specialties of
ill kinds. Also a la carte service at
The National Biscuit Co. has a
handsome new wagon for the deliv delivery
ery delivery of its goods in this city.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date in the white primary for nomi- ing behind her attorney and looking be the last.
nation for the office of alderman at, at me juage ana witnesses witn
large of the city of Ocala. i much the expression of a scared rab rab-Respectfully,
Respectfully, rab-Respectfully, hit. Everybody who sees her is sor sor-M.
M. sor-M. J. Roess. jry for her.
I Edwin Spencer Jr., is defending
MR. WHITE'S ANNOUNCEMENT
The meeting of the Young Men's her and Judge Gober represents the
Democratic Club in the Ocala House state.
sample room last night was largely j One of the witnesses on the stand
attended, some 75 members being j this morning testified to ill treat treat-present.
present. treat-present. The meeting lasted about j ment of Mrs. Wilson by her husband,
two hours and was as much social as said he had beaten and threatened to
All kinds of electric treatment for
the scalp at the Ocala Beauty Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. The Commercial Bank build building.
ing. building. 11-11-tf
Woodmen meet tonight, and there
will be some lively work at the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, so all members should be present.
Special buffet luncheon 30 cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
to eat. 11-11-tf
political. Resolutions were adopted
favoring a white primary after the
ensuing city election, but opposing
any before that time, demanding a
monthly financial statement from the
council, and a roll call vote on all
questions submitted to that body,
and favoring a city park and consoli consolidation
dation consolidation of the electric and water
plants. Mayor Robertson was the
guest of the club and received an en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic reception. Late in the eve evening
ning evening a substantial barbecued lunch
was brought and was much enjoyed
"Valland's Thanksgiving, birthday
and friendship cards at The Murray
A special train leaves on the
Ocala Northern in the morning at
7:30 to take people to the big Farm Farmers'
ers' Farmers' Convention at Palatka.
' SwttiHaes, curls and transforma transformations
tions transformations from your own combings made
by the Ocala Beauty Parlor on short
notice. Miss X. V. Lambert, man manager.
ager. manager. 11-11-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Martin motor motored
ed motored up from Lake Weir this morning
accompanied by Mrs. Kate Clements
and Mrs. Moody.
Carter's "bread, cakes, etc., are
y made with machinery and baked by
Mr. Frederick Denton, of Palatl i,
was a visitor in the city today.
Hairdressing, manicuring and
massaging by an expert at the Ocala
Beauty Parlor one door west of Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank corner. 11-11-tf
Large alligator bags and traveling
dressing sets at Tydings. 11-14-tf
DR. W. IC LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.
Mr. J. J. McCranie has taken
charge of the Strauss Cafe and made
many improvements in that already
popular restaurant. Mr. McCranie
has a superb cook, and is going to
make a specialty of serving oysters,
shrimp and other sea foods during
the season. Mr. McCranie had charge
of the Ocala House Cafe for about
two years and made many friends
and customers by his fine manage management.
ment. management. He hopes to see his friends at
his new place, and they can be as assured
sured assured of receiving the best treatment.
All kinds of fancy cakes and pas pastry,
try, pastry, such as pound cake, layer cake
and macaroons are constantly on
hand at Carter's Bakery. 11-5-ti
Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup
will relieve your cold or money
back. For children and grown-ups.
Tastes good, too. Sold only at
Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25
Uncomfortable, tired feet were
never known to be in the same
shoes with Rexall Foot Powder. 25
cents at Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25
To the Voters of the Second Ward:
I hereby submit my name as a candi candidate
date candidate for the short term as alderman
from the third ward in the white pri primary
mary primary to be held Saturday, Nov. 15 15-Respectfully,
Respectfully, 15-Respectfully, J. R. White.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; bath and lights. P. A. Durand,
614 E. Adams St.
FOR SALE Three room house
and seven acres of land for sale on
gulf coast near Port Inglis $325.
P. A .Durand, Ocala, Fla. ll-14-12t
White Dent and Golden Dent seed
corn from Ohio at Tydings. 11-14-tf
Mr. Percy Perkins has been mak making
ing making improvements in his Arcade bar barbershop.
bershop. barbershop. He has put in a complete
outfit of the most handsome and con convenient
venient convenient chairs and added other con conveniences
veniences conveniences and ornaments. Percy is
one of the most popular young men
in town and his shop always does a
Section Master Perry has been fill filling
ing filling in the constantly recurring quag quagmire
mire quagmire at the Coast Line station with
gravel. This place was partly repair repaired
ed repaired and much improved some months
ago, but the track is sagging again,
and it will be as bad as ever if some
permanent work is not done soon.
It gives people a mighty bad impres impression
sion impression of Ocala to step off a train right
into a mudpuddle, and the city
council should make the Coast Line
either put the street in shape or take
up the sidetrack. The Coast Line
has good crossings in Gainesville,
and it will have them in Ocala if the
city government insists on it.
Handsome chafing dishes at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Co's. drug store. 11-14-tf
From sample copies mailed from
this office, boosting Marion county
the Star received two subscriptions
by the afternoon mail yesterday.
They are Joseph Ronketto of Can Canton,
ton, Canton, 111., and T. W. Tuley of Cincin Cincin-natti,
natti, Cincin-natti, 'Ohio, to whom we extend a
right hearty welcome.
An elegant line of all kinds of cut
glass at Tydings & Co. 11-14-tf
Jf everybody's clothes were as
good as our clothes, our clothing
business would not be nearly so good.
Rivers' Haberdashery. ll-12-6t
Solid silver articles, anything you
may wish and appropriate for wed wedding
ding wedding or other presents, at A. E.
Burnett's jewelry store. 11-13-tf dw
A special train on the Ocala North Northern
ern Northern will leave Monday morning to
take delegates and visitors to the
Inland Waterways Convention at Pa
Another welcome arch is rapidly
going up at the head of Exposition
street, from the Commercial Bank
across to Masters' store. Maurice
Strauss and other citizens will ask
the council to have all the arches il illuminated
luminated illuminated by electricity during the
fair, and if the request is granted
the effect will be splendid.
All of the choice brands of 5-cent
cigars. C. H. S. our leader, 6 for 25
cents. Tydings & Co. 11-14-tf
Rexall Liver Salts will relieve any
liver ailment and the loss of
strength and the other ailments
caused by it or money back. 25c.
and 50c. at Ge-wsJJrug sToTs. 10-25
The best line of hair brushes and
combs in the city. Tydings & Com Company's
pany's Company's drugstore. 1 11-14-tf
When You Ask For
You have said the one word that ex expresses
presses expresses infinite refinement in con confections.
fections. confections. HUYLER'S CHOCOLATES are chos
en by those who know chosen for
the purchaser's own use, or for gifts
Fresh shipments received weekly
by express and kept always in per perfect
fect perfect refrigeration for the delight of
T. W. Troxlcr
EXCLUSIVE OCALA AGENT.
RESIDENCE FOR RENT A seven-room
residence, all modern im improvements,
provements, improvements, close in; possession. No November
vember November 4th. Apply to Geo. J. Blitch,
at Commercial Bank.
FOR SALE Brand new brs
spring cot, with felt mattress; cheap
for cash. Address "B. M." care Star
A REAL BARGAIN A 28-acre
farm with splendid house and all
necessary outbuildings, "barn, etc.,
good well, six miles from Ocala on
hard road. This is worth investiga investigation
tion investigation by anyone interested. Address
H. D., care Star, Ocala. 10-3 1-lm
WANTED At the
clean cotton rags.
FOR SALE Two passenger auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Fully equipped and in good
condition. Will be sold reasonable.
Address, "Auto," care Star office.tf
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9-4-tf
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, acioss from
the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-t!
FOR RENT Lower floor of Col Collier
lier Collier building; fireproof with cement
floor; also furnished rooms; all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. One block from
the square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf
FOR SALE 159 acres of good
land with 4 00 bushels of corn, two
mares, one cow and farming imple implements;
ments; implements; well improved; seven miles
southwest of Live Oak, Suwannee
county. Also 556 acres of good land
adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.
Apply or write to G. A. Howes, New New-burn,
burn, New-burn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-15-lm
COTTAGES FOR RENT For col colored
ored colored people; conveniently located in
desirable part of town; all new; $6
and $8 per month. Apply to "W
care Star. 10-15-ti
W. W. Rib
0. K. TEAPOT
Uoyal Scarlet Seeded Raisins,
Royal Scarlet Currants,
Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel,
Edam, Pineapple Brick,
Chester and Parmesian
Royal Scarlet Olive Relish,
"Whole Wheat, Graham and
Sanitary Edible Bran.
0. K. TEA-POT
PHONES 1G and 174.
prising young men,
pular and ent
is out on the rad for the Imperial
steam Laundry! He came introm
South Florida resterday mgjntng and
t in the afternogn3rStarke.
POSITION WANTED Middle aged
widow, music teacher, needs change
of work; would like position caring
for invalid lady or children, or as
housekeeper. Address Box 422, Mic Mic-anopy,
anopy, Mic-anopy, Fla. ll-14-3t
Traveling with the circus were
two one-legged men, who chummed,
because not only were they congen congenial,
ial, congenial, but they saved money by buying
j one pair of shoes between them.
jJohn Barleycorn disrupted the part part-I
I part-I nership Wednes'day night, and in a
i scrap that followed some of the
; other circus men were implicated,
j One of the one-legged men had to be
j toted to the lockup by two police-
jmen; he was badly bunged up and I
i the recorder let him off for $5 next!
morning. A two-legged circus man
a (didn't get off so easy in Judge
'Smiths court, but was taxed a hun
dred bones for packing a gun. The j
' Star hopes that the two men with j
' one pair of feet have resumed their 1
! appropriate and useful partnership!
by this time. 1
j If you want prompt service and
first class work in cleaning and
: pressing, call phone 217. Harper
That the line of Gent's
Furnishings at River's
Harrington Hall Hab Haberdashery
erdashery Haberdashery is the most
up-to-date in Ocala.
There's a vast differ difference
ence difference between making
an assertion and prov proving
ing proving it. Make us prove
Ours. Call and bring
a witness with you.
FOR RENT Two or three fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
Apply this office of 820 South Third
Want to know what "21" is? Just
wait and watch. 10-30-tf
There's a world of satisfac
tion in buying TJnee da Biscuit
because you know you will
get what you want soda
crackers that are oven-fresh,
crisp, clean, appetizing and
Uneeda Biscuit are always uniform
in quality they are always alike
in crispness, in flavor they are
soda crackers you, can depend
upon. And all because Uneeda
Biscuit are uncommon soda crack crackers
ers crackers packed in an uncommon way.
Five cents everywhere, in the
NATIONAL BISCUIT COM PANY
is nothing quite
so sweet to the ears of
bride as sterling silver.
Apart from the quality which
is high here,, and the chasteness
of the patterns which can be seen
at a glance, it' is important to know
that the prices are not extravagant.
Our iewelrv store the best place in the
county to get sugeeetions-for- wedding: presents.
We have made a study of this ".gift question." It is our
business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.
Choose Yoitr&ifts Here
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Oar stock is varied and so are the prices. Every taste and
every pocket book is sure V to he suited. We have
many inexpensive but dainty little novelties here
besides silverware which will make excellent guts.
This is a jewelry store where you can eet Just what
you are looking for at tne price you want to pay.
Everything in oar fine line of silverware.
gems, jewelry, watches, etc., eontains
nothing but real, tangible values.
coupled with up-to-date styles. M-
Droo in and let us assist you
Z cnoostner your weaaing
gilts let us prove to.
T. 17 TT
LOST A gold bar pin with name
"Jessica" engraved. Finder will
please return same to this office or
phone 455, Mrs. Wm. Charles. 11-1-6
FOR SALE 2,000 pansy planU
at $1.50 per 100; terms cash. Heintz
the florist. ll-l-14t
T fr Tl
Morses aim f
We have just received a carload of fine horses
and mules, which can be seen at the lot and barn
on West Exposition Street or Broadway. This is the
first carload of horses and mules shipped to Ocala
this season. Our lot will balwell stocked with choice
stock all the season, and if you are in the market
for mules or horses, we will be pleased to show them
to you, Prices and quality always guaranteed.
EL JJo MdtodDlk,
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
Fourth street; also four unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Mrs
Blanche Whetstone, 715 South Fifth
! ROOMS FOR RENT One or more
! rooms furnished for light house-
i keeping or unfurnished; good Ioca-
S tion; all conveniences; close to the
I square. Address, D, care of Star of-
I LOST A cut steel shoe buckle,
I night of the Itn. between the Star
; office and Mr. Troxler's residence.
Suitable reward will be given for its
'return to this office. ll-7-6t
j FOR RENT A seven room, two
! story house; would be suitable for
! fiats. Apply to Mrs. George Mc Mc-!
! Mc-! Gahagin. Phone 112. 714 South
; Sanchez street. 11-11-Ct
i To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful old reliable Du
PORTER S ANTISEPTIC HEALING Oil., a si-.-gical
dressing that relieves pain a.u-1 I-.fs;
'he same '.iae. Net 2 lie. I'....
Beauties Shown (o Advantage
In our show room will be found a
great variety of electrical goods
that will help make the home beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and attractive, as well as com com-fortaVfe;'
fortaVfe;' com-fortaVfe;' Among this display will
be sm PORTABLE LAMPS from
$450 upward, INDIRECT lighting
fixtures lor j'our library and reading
room, and DOMES for your dining
room. ""RADIATORS for heating
your living room, PERCOLATORS,
TOiTERS, Smoothing Irons and
rnanySther articles for your comfort
during the cold weather. Many of, these, 5 will make much appreciated
Christmas presents and it is none too early to give thought to this fea feature
ture feature at this time. Come in and look over the line, though you don't in intend
tend intend to buy now.
H. W. TUCKER
KLECTItlCAL AX!) PLUMIJIXG CONTRACTOR
Xortli Miun Street.
THE .OCALA -EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1913
1 SVfifTi Pfjvk
ANOTHER INDUSTRY FOR OCALA
Inijic-rial Laundry Will Open for I5u-
ine.- Monday Morning
'The latest i:n;cran; industry to
be added to 0:-aIa" business life is
the Imperial r'i-aai Laur.Iry.
vill o; :r. ?-r ".. iiio-. ne: M
for them. The Talking Pictures will
be at the Temple next Monday and
i-'OR Till: WHITE PRIMARY
. i r i i r a ti 1 n .
rt .'Is .-I-Tl. 6:ii'h III H-
:i thoroughly teste.!
sha; v to do the work
n-ie-'i for. Experts in
this line of b.-::nt.ss a-ure the Im Imperial
perial Imperial toole thai :heir plant is the
equal of any in the country ani far
surpasses ?he great majority.
The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Intern t on Savings Accounts
if TiPi"T? tf
machinery Beside-machinery has been
throughout, the Imperial i
fortunate in securing a j
ha e been completed anl z
r of candidates ha e stibmit stibmit-eir
eir stibmit-eir r.a:ae to it.
; rimary vvili be he! J irf the,
: cotu't room. Thers v ill be a j
jT ta-h ward, ani the voting
eg in at o'clock or as soon
as possible. The foliovvina
managers: F. B. Beck Beck-Stuart.
Stuart. Beck-Stuart. Isaac Stevens
. K. P. Martin. A. Me Me-Ferguson
Ferguson Me-Ferguson and E. W
: well of exceptionally soft water,
i which assures the proper cleansing
I of clothes without the use or strong ;
viil serve' as
K ray bill.
The candidates are as follows:
For mayor,' Will J. Edwards.
Fcr alderman at large, M.
A W k F -V
i fabric-eating acids sometimes used
jfor obtaining these results with tin tin-!
! tin-! suitable water.
j The plant is so constructed that
j additional machinery and appliances
can be put in as the increase of bus
iness demands, and. from the encour
agement received not only in Ocala.
but in towns and cities in a radius
of sixty-five miles out, the manage management
ment management contemplates these enlarge
ments before many month's. Eighteen
sub-agencies have been placed with within
in within the past few days in adjoining
Mr. George Rentz assured a Star
i reporter that the Imperial is a per
manent Ocala institution, and to the
end of making it a success every ef effort
fort effort that can be put forward with
improved machinery and competent
help will be carried out to the full
The plant is especially fitted for
properly taking care of the finer
fabrics of which ladies' waists, etc.,
are made. These are placed in indi individual
vidual individual nets or sacks in order to pro protect
tect protect the delicate materials against
possible damage by coming in .-contact
with any rough surface in the
process of cleaning them.
A competent woman has been em employed
ployed employed to mend and replace- buttons
on all clothes that may need them,
which is a splendid feature in the
Imperial's new place, and is bound to
be appreciated by its patrons.
The American steam collar ironer
is one of the latest machines on the
market for this purpose and the one
Responsible banking is the policy under which
this institution has been managed since the day of its
That this policy is appreciated5 is indicated by
constant and ratifvin 'growth in business.
It is the desire of the'ofticers of this bank to con continue
tinue continue adding new accounts of those individuals de desiring
siring desiring the most efficient service and responsible
Ocala National Bank
An Active United States Ieiository
For aldermen, first ward. W. A
Knight; second ward, John H. Tay Taylor;
lor; Taylor; third ward. B. H. Seymour foi
the full term, J. R. White for the un unexpired
expired unexpired term; fourth, F. G. B.
The irritation and resentment ex expressed
pressed expressed in some quarters regarding
the primary is entirely unreasona
ble and uncalled for. The citizens
who have called it and will hold it;
are strictly in their rights as voters,
they have as much right to select e
ticket that way as they would have
to take around petitions. They
were not bound by any promises not
to hold it; they have held it open to
any candidate who wanted to go into
it, and they are paying the expense
themselves. Moreover, they have not
manifested any ill feeling toward
anyone,, and what they have done has
been' out in the open.
FLORIDA CORN JUST AS GOOD
installed at the Imperial has a ca-
for over three thousand a
WE HAVE REEN HAMMERING AWAY A LONG TIME
TRYING TO DRIVE 'ONE THOUGHT INTO THE MINDS OF THE
PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY THAT WE WILL NOT SELL
HARDWARE TO ANY ONE AT ANY PRICE THAT WE DO NOT
KNOW TO CE GOOD.
WE HAVE SUCCEEDED
AVE ARE NOT GOING TO
DOING BUSINESS THIS WAY, AND
CHANGE OUR SYSTEM.
arioi Hardware Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
Another pice of moJern machin machinery
ery machinery in the Imperial is the collar
j mold called the "Prosperity," which
I presses the collar in such a manner
; as not to leave the "saw edges" on
it, and at the same time opens it up
:?; that the tie easily --lfps through
it. This feature, to the man who
: tugs fiercely at his tie each time he
.'puts a collar on to get it straight.
I wtH Vif o-: ttif; t 1 v .iiinvAMntol All
! collars will be turned out with the
idull or domestic finish which has
, become o popular within the past
jfew years. The machine installed is
! made especially for this kind o'
j Mr. George Rentz, proprietor of
the Imperial, has been in Ocala foi
the past four years and his reputa reputation
tion reputation fof straightforward business
methods is an assurance of the suc success
cess success of his new venture.
Mr. W. H. Dodson, better known
to his scores of Ocala friends as
"Billie," has been in the laundry
business nearly all his life, and will
have the management of the new
plant. His knowledge of the busi business
ness business from the ground up assures the
proper taking care of the "business"
end of the institution.
We wish the Imperial every suc success
cess success that colmes to people of the
stamp of its promoters.
Tydings & Company have on dis display
play display in their store huge ears of seed
corn, samples of the stock they have
for sale. The corn is the Golden
Dent and White Dent, and was
brought here by Mr. Kemp, the bar barber
ber barber at Blesch's shop, from Ohio. The
ears are very large and fine and per perfectly
fectly perfectly shaped. Those who see it are
apt to exclaim, "Oh, what beautiful
corn; if we could only grow it like
that down here." Whether they do
or not. Dr. Tydings pulls out another
big tray of ears, both yellow and
white, just as large and fine and per perfect
fect perfect in cob and grain and tells them
that we can do it. The Florida grown
! ears were raised by b. L. Redding.
sold for $1500
Fourteen acres and 5-room house
on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from the Marion Farms;
new drilled well. The property was
and buyer failed to
Deed is here and
must be taken up. It's a bargain;
I WILL SHOW YOU
Real Estate and Investments.
Over Gerig's Drug Store, Ocala, Fla.
CARN-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES .CARX-THOM AS CO., GROCERIES
CARN-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARN-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES
NEW SIDEWALKS TO THE FAIR
For the Thrilly Housekeeper
j Ry the time the Marion county fair
i opens there will be a continuous
j cement sidewalk on both sides of
Exposition street to'the fair grounds.
The walks are nearly completed now
and Engineer Edward Drake, who is
in charge of the work for the city,
says that it will be completed before
the opening date of the fair. This
will give continuous walks of cement
from the eastern end of Oklawaha
I avenue to the fair grounds, a dis
tance of over two miles in one direction.
G TESTS OF THE
SERVICES Sl'NRAY AT
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
be services Sunday
evening at the Chris Chris-Rev.
Rev. Chris-Rev. W. T. Moore of
The Automate Electric Fireless Cooker.
Simply put cold food in the oven, set the
Automatic control, and turn on the current
Roasts, Bakes, Boils, Steams,
Or Does Anything Any Oven will Do.
Ask us to send it out and let you demonstrate
its value in your own home.
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co.
The "Hotpoinl" Store.
Telephone 280. W. Tort King Ave.
j Eustis will preach for the congrega congrega-I
I congrega-I tion. and a cordial invitation is ex ex-tended
tended ex-tended to the public to attend.
EDISON TALKING PICTURES
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants
Consider for a moment, what a
wonderful thing it would be if today
jwe could see and hear King George
taking the oath of office, and when
you see the Kinetophone you will
grasp what a field it will open up for
future generations. Every word that
the orator on the screen speaks
comes clearly and so perfectly is the
voice timed with the picture that
j people see and hear in amazement.
and when the first picture is over
there are two parts there is anoth-
!er outburst of applause, and then the
house literally buzzes with excite
ment at having seen the first and
only Talking motion picture. The
Edison Talking Pictures are unani unanimously
mously unanimously commended, by the press, the
workings of the machine are perfect
and in every sense they are making
good the great promises predicted
F. D. Shore. J. D. Stetson, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; G. A. Chiapella, New Or Orleans;
leans; Orleans; I. C. Walker, Gainesville; J.
R. Watts, Atlanta; M. Bearman, New
York; J. A. Brilmont, Istachatta; C.
B. Long, Atlanta; W. L. Bennett
Columbus. O.; L. J. Lamb, Silver
Springs; Mathew Reiff and wife
Erich Reiff, L. Gutschlaf, M. Guts Guts-chlag,
chlag, Guts-chlag, C. Gutschlag and wife, A.
Reiff, C. Reiff, F. Reiff, Mrs. T.
Reiff, Kewanee, 111.; Charles Wal Walters.
ters. Walters. Griggs Thornhiil, Sylvester.
Ga.; S. H. Courbin, Savannah; W. E.
Leahy, Gainesville; Felix Myers,
New York; C. E. Street, Gainesville;
H. R. Mullins. Madisonville, Tenn.;
S. M. Prather. St. Louis; M. H. Bax-
ley. Jacksonville; R. J. Perkins
Lakeland; T. S. Dickens, Gainesville;
M. T. LeHatte, Atlanta; R. R. Cull Cullman.
man. Cullman. J. W. Watson, Jacksonville;
Robert Jcnes. Rollins College; Mrs.
J. F. Register, Mcintosh; H. H. Fud Fud-ger,
ger, Fud-ger, Atlanta; E. S. Hayor, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Caston Mears, Asheville; H.
Gunter, Tallahassee; C. W. Cook
Washington; W. G. Marsh, E. H.
Woodward, Mannsville, Ky. ; B. H
Carter, Buffalo; R. R. Dunlap, At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; H. J. Wacklyn, Philadelphia;
F. A. Robertson, Birmingham, J. C.
Boesch, Jacksonville; John Nest,
Campville; A. M. Chapman, Citra.
Self-Rising Ruekwheat 13c. two for 2."c;
23 ami 43 per pk
Plain Ruekwheat Flour 7 H pkg 40c
Plain Graham Flour, 7 IT pkg 40c
Rye Flour, 7 lb pakgs 40c
Whole Wheat Flour, 7 lb pkgs.. . 40c
Pancake Flour, in pkgs 13c, 2 for 23c
Yellow Corn Meal in pkgs .13c, 2 for 23c
Oatmeal in packages 10c anil 15c
Rrick Codfish, pure, per lb 20c
Shredded Codfish in tumblers., 10c
Codfish Ralls, per can 30c
Mince Meat, per pkg lOc
Cranberry Sauce, per can 23c
Post Toasties, per pkg 9c
New Florida Syrup, per gallon 63c
Maple Syrup, per bottle 33 and COc
Karo Syrup, per can 10c
White Karo Syrup, per can loc
ALL NEW GOODS.
Phone 163 OCALA, FLA.
12 C t.
CARN-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARN-THOMAS
CARN-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARN-THOMAS
Ladies' you should see our line of
stationery and box papers. None bet better
ter better Jn the country. Tydings & Com Company.
pany. Company. 11-14-tf
Heartburn is a symptom of indi indigestion.
gestion. indigestion. To correct the digestive or organs
gans organs the remedy is SIMMON'S RED
Z LIVER REGULATOR. The mis misery
ery misery disappears at once. The bowels
operate speedily and you feel strong,
vigorous and cheerful. Price, large
package, fl; small size, 25c. Sold
IMPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Effective October 19th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re-established.
9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a.
2:20 a. m. Ar Ocala Lv. 2:20 a.
8:00 a. m. Ar -St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p.
A Steel Pullman Cars
St. Petersburg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York
Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg.
bv ail druggist-
For information and schedules call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, OCALA.
J. G. KtRKLAND. D. P. A., TAMPA.
THE OCA LA EVEX1AG STAR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
'EDITOR CODRIXGTOX APl'IIOVKS
UITTIXGEi: & CARROLL. PROPRIETORS
It. Ii. CV.rroII, General 3Iana;er Port V. Leavengood, Iia-ine
J. J I. IJenjamin. Editor
(iiires and Desires
Name be Enrolled
As a Member
DeLaiid, Nov. VjlZ.
Benjamin, Ocala, Fla.
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffke as sec
:nl class matter.
PI I OX E 31
One year, in advance 5.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.5"
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance 50
One year, in advance. .
Six months, in advance.
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance.
Manager : Mr. J.
j Dear Benjamin: Owing to press of
J work in the office, I shall not be able
to attend the meeting in Ocala this
week. My heart is in the right
place, however, about the cost sys system.
tem. system. If a system can be devised for
small offices, without too much ex expense
pense expense and red tape, I want my name
enrolled with the other printers and
We will never get the
EMPLOYING PRINTERS OF
FLORIDA ASSEMBLED IN OCALA
"(Continued from First Page)
But southern hospitality has come to
mean something more than this,
something indefinable in its differenc differences,
es, differences, but still different in degree if not
In degree if not in essence, a differ difference
ence difference easily perceived by the heart but
evasive of definition. A hospitality
which as Portia said of Mercy, "Is not
strained; it droppeth as the gentle
rain from heaven upon the place be
neath; it is twice blessed it blesseth
him that gives and him that takes!"
Friends, it is such a hospitality
which we extend to you. You are wel wel-ocme,
ocme, wel-ocme, and while in our midst your
wish will be our law and our pleas pleasure.
ure. pleasure. Harry L. Brown, manager of the
St. Augustine Record and one of the
largest book and job printing plants
in the state, was introduced. Mr.
Brown spoke for a quarter of an
hour, intelligently and interestingly,
largely on the operation of the news newspaper
paper newspaper and job printing businesses,
-and told of the great advantages of
the cost system. He apologized for
the small- attendance of his fellow
craftsmen and thought many more
cultural section, and in the provi providence
dence providence of God its destiny was to fur furnish
nish furnish the great white staple to clothe
the world. So they rather discourag discouraged
ed discouraged immigration than otherwise.
All that is now changed. The press
of the south is devoting its energies
to the development of the rich re resources
sources resources of this section along all lines.
The press of Florida is particularly
awake along this line, and its efforts
are bringing forth fruitful results.
With everything conspiring in our fa
vor, a sort, saiuorious climate, a iruii iruii-ful
ful iruii-ful soil and magnificent waterways,
and a press teeming with its praises,
it is not unnatural that our state is
making a greater progress along many
lines Jhan many of the other states
of the Union.
AVe feel that we are particularly
fortunate in this immediate vicinity.
Blessed as we are in so many ways
we feel that we art not receiving our
full share of the tide of immigration.
"We want to be discovered, so we
are glad to have you with us. We
want vou to see with your own eyes
our rich and splendid lands. We want
you to note our elevation. We want
you to see our farms and note the
character of stock and the abundance
of hay and grain. We want you to
examine our lakes and rivers and
measure with your own eyes the
shortness of the distance from the
Oklawaha to the Withlacoochee riv rivers
ers rivers and examine the maps that have
recently been completed showing the
business on a firm, substantial basis
until we charge a fair profit for our
work and this is intended for my myself
self myself as well as the "firm down the
street." During the twenty-odd
years I have been in the newspaper
business I have seen conditions
change and the business made more
of a real business. I hope the time
may come when we printers may as
reasonably expect to retire with a
competence at 55 to CO years as a dry
goods merchant, a lawyer, a doctor,
or a livery stable keeper. It is our
own fault if we charge less for our
work than it costs us to turn it out.
Kindly have me enrolled if the
other "boys" see fit to enroll them themselves
selves themselves after talking things over.
With assurances of my kindest re regards
gards regards to yourself, Mr. Harris and the
rest of the "gang," I am,
Chris. O. Codrington.
Mimroe and Chambliss Bank
In the fullest sense of the word
means ASSISTANCE FOR YOU.
If you have never thought of this bank ss an assistance in vour business,
you have evidently not made full use of its facilities. When you do this you
will begin to realize of what practical heip it can be
to you today.
Its fuller use is offered
- W"VW '.'VVV.VAWWWVV
General Suild'ng Contractors
I Slock North East of Postoffice,
303 North Osceola Street.
KNOCKING THE KNOCKER
offices, it being the day of publica
lion of most weekly papers. He re-! by uniting these rivers by a canal. De
ferred with pleasure to Mr. Harris' j want you to examine our lime, phos phos-hearty
hearty phos-hearty invitation to the State Press j phate, turpentine and lumber indus-
Association when assembled last sum-! tries
would be here today, Thursday being
a busy time in the country newspaper j easy feasibility of connecting the At
lantic ocean with the Gulf of Mexico jtice
state should keep
Secretary llooney's Graphic Descrip Description
tion Description of an Unredeemable
Editor Star: Following is a splen splendid
did splendid description of the "making of
the knocker." I believe this an op opportune
portune opportune time for its publication. We
have -a representative gathering in
our midst today wno largely voice 1
the sentiment of the state and among
whom we feel sure there are no
knockers. Xow if all this bunch
come to Ocala with their '"horns"
and our people turn out with theirs,
we will get such a boost that the
outside world will sit up and take no-
.mer in Tampa to hold the cost con-
An eminent author has said that
gress in Ocala and was glad that they j me is the very basis of civilization.
had, done so. He gave Secretary
Rooney and his long coat a jolly and
complimented Ocala on possessing
Its practical and scientific applica applica-ton
ton applica-ton to the soil of Egypt and China
kept their soils in a high state of fe-
spirit. Join with
up the booster
the citizenship of that grand old man i cundity 'through the centuries with with-and
and with-and newspaper editor, Col. Frank E. J out the use of commercial fertilizers.
Harris. He then touched on the great : ye have lime deposits enough to sup sup-svBrk
svBrk sup-svBrk of the newspapers, their untir- f piy the world for perhaps hundreds of
ing work of boosting and pushing j years. We want you to familiarize i
and upbuilding of their several local-j yourselves with these things so 'you
ities and how generous the men were j may help discover us to the world,
of their time and space, often to the j We all recognize the fact that the
sacrifice of their own financial inter- j press is powerful and potent, but we
ests. Then of the advantage of one fear that it is a "gift horse" that is
section advertising to the outside j being "ridden too freely." We are so
world "and how when we help our j interested in the general welfare that
own section it reflects and helps the j we often lose sight of our own.
other parts of the state. That his j We want the "Cost Congress" to
.own city, though something over change this. The larger the receipts
3 IS years old, was still young and in the business office the more potent
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Metropolis and sooner than we realize
we will be reaping our reward. j
Here's to the success of the. Cost i
Congress', may this meeting be the i
forerunner of a better system in our'
state, stronger cooperation, a perfect j
organization bringing better results i
to our printing interests. I
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Making of the Knocker
After God had finished the rattle- j
snake, the toad and the vampire, he
had some "awful" substance left j
with which he made a knocker. A
knocker is a two-legged animal with j
a corkscrew soul, a water logged
brain and a combination backbone,
made of jelly and glue. Where other:
people have their hearts, he carries a
tumor of rotten principles. When
the knocker comes down the street,
honest men turn their backs and
angels weep tears in heaven and the
devil shuts the gates of hell to keep
Xo man has the right to knock as
long as there is a pool of water deep
enough to drown his body in, or a
rope to hang his carcass with.
Judas Iscariot was a gentleman
compared to a knocker,. for after be betraying
traying betraying his master, he had enough
character to hand himself, and a
knocker has not.
SETTLED A 1SIG LAWSUIT
spry and was very active just now, for the general weal the newspaper
that they had just raised $5000 of may become and we sincerely hope
real money to put on a big publicity that this congress will help in this
campaign and advertise St. Johns ; direction.
county, St. Augustine and their com-! We trust that it will fulfill in a
bined resources to the world. large' measure the sanguine anticipa-
The master of ceremonies then in-jtions of Mr. Harry Brown and that
trcduced Mr F. E. Harris, editor off the next time we meet we shall be
the Ocala Banner, one of Ocala's and j able to return to our homes in auto auto-the
the auto-the state's best loved newspaper men mobiles.
and citizens. Mr. Harris spoke as! Mr. R. W .Storrs of DeFuniak
follows: Springs, came next and made a short
Mr. Harris' Address J talk. Among other things he said
Gentlemen of the Cost Congress: j was that when the state thought of
On a certain occasion of this kind j live stock, fine cattle and blooded
air. James Russell Lowell was once; hogs, it thought, of Marion county,
booked for an address. He was an and he remembered well the first
apt and eloquent speaker. His audi-'; sale of blooded live stock he ever at-
ence was surprised, however, when ; tended in Florida
Office Over Commercial Bank
be arose and, instead of delivering his j Ocala. hen
oration ofT-hand, read it from manu- j hard roads it
was not far from
the state thought of
thought of Marion
"1 have suffered a loss of the county, and it was. thus that it
thought of our schools and churches
memory of names," was his apology
He said that "it is the first falling of : and civic improvements in other
the leaves of memory." ; lines.
-As I am almost submerged by these I Rooney, Leavengood or Harris oi
lalDuar leaves, I shall be compelled j some other of the bunch had put the
to follow the example of this famous i name of J. H. Benjamin, editor of the
dinlomat and noet. i Star, down on the program for a pa-
It is useless for me to sav that the ? per on "Quads and Spaces and Old-J
press has always been a potent fac-! Time Ideas," which he had been too j
xor. ana has had much to do with! busy to prepare, and Mr. R. R. Car-.
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
MISS KATIIERINE RIERLY
Residence 213 E. Oklawaha Avenue
Nine Years' Experience
Phone 124. 11-13-lm
Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets arid Burial Robes.
Messrs. R. L. Anderson and W. K.
Zewadski have returned from Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, where they attended court. Mr.
! Zewadski and Mr. Scofield, state at-
torney for this circuit, represented
the plaintiffs and Mr. Anderson the
defendants, in the suit of James T.
Davis, father of Baskin H. Davis,
who was killed by coming in contact
with a live wire at the power plant
of the Florida Power Company, sev several
eral several months ago. Another young
man was killed at the same time and I
his relatives brought suit for a like
The plaintiffs introduced their
testimony and after listening to ar-J
gument, on motion to ask the jury
to find for the defendant, Judge Bul Bullock
lock Bullock sustained the motion and in instructed
structed instructed the jury to render a verdict
for the Power 'Company.
f C i a K teta "-- ess b w m n I J
$l hd y
M AMERICAN TALKING PICTURE CO. 1564- EROiDWAY I
1 r,i.E DISTRIBUTORS NWYORSCITY
AND TUESDAY AT 8:15
17 & 18
TUESDAY MATINEE AT 3 P. M.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
Over Two Hours of Continuous, Unusual and Uplifting Entertain
PIUCES SOc, 35c, 25c
MATINEE: All Seats 25c
Reserved seat sale opens Thursday at lO a. m.. at the Court Phar
I). E.'MclVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done ny Licensed Eci Eci-balmers
balmers Eci-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
There are on display in Tydings &i
Company's store two mammoth;
sweet potatoes of the yellow yam va-l
riety. They are from Dr. Tydings' i
field west of town. He is not dig-;
ging the crop yet and only cut offj
R. C. MUNCASTER
Ocala House Block
shaping the destiny of tl
south. Un-i roll answered to his name and begged C.
til recent times it was devoted exclus exclusively
ively exclusively to the discussion of themes al almost
most almost solely political, social and sec sectional.
tional. sectional. Oftentimes the discussion of
"t&.e themes led to great rancor and
ifitteraess of spirit, and dueling pis pistols
tols pistols were almost as much a part of
the. editorial outfit as pen and scissors.
Oar ante-bellum editors,
eloquent, dignified, and the
sf honor, deemed it outside the pale
the press to devote their columns
"to matters of industrial and commer commercial
cial commercial enterprise.
"They believed in the English sys system
tem system of large landed estates, and dwelt
upon the theory that this was an agri-
off for him.
Lastly came Mr. L. W. Flagg, of
Chicago, of the United Typothetae.
who made a short and interesting
talk on the value of organization in
the printing omces and the great help
of the coit system. -He said that the
impression prevailing among some
that the installation of the cost sys system
tem system would advance the cost of all
i-riiiting was erroneous. It equalizes
the cost, Though, and lets ea:h job
take care of itself arid bear its
proper and just profit, cone to i ay
much and none to pay too uttle
the vines at the hills after the frost j0
of a few nights ago killed them. ThisjJ
prevents the frost from going downj
into the tubers and making them bit-i
ter. The two potatoes weigh 4 andj
Zs pounds, respectively, and werej
sticking so far out of the ground;
that the doctor stumbled over them,
and had to bring them in town in j
SHIPPING MULES TO GEORGIA
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acre-, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2.000 acres cut-over land;
Ocala has been famous for a live
stock market for several years and
every reason this fame increases and
spreads, and the dealers carry more
and better horses and mules. Yes-.
erdav Mr. Hugh Nichols sold nine'
head of fine mules to Mr. Corley
Munroe. to be shipped to his lumber
location at Metcalf, Ga.. a few miles'
W. H. MARSH
EMPIRE CAFE' 1
Opposite A. C. L. Station.
fine truck and
for a job of printing. The merchant
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come xkhoi
see me. snJ muies
shipped to s
of Mcnticello. just
a line. Before bein
n. a aarnes
(Concluded cn Sixth Page)
JOHN L. DAVIS,
aiso sOid i en iieat
Try a Star V. an'.
. It PAYS
SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
T WEN T Y-Q N E-M E AJL TICKETS, S5.2a.
Don't Forget Our Thanksgiving Dinner. t
B. B. BAUM, Proprietor.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1013
IF YO'J EAT SOMETHING that
let it -work its own way through; its a slow process
and makes you feel bad. Get rid of it quickly by
taking a pinch or two of
(THE POWDER FOUM)
It drives out impurities and badly digested food in the stomach and
bowels; stimulates the torpid liver and restores regular bowel move movements.
ments. movements. It is a fine tonic and system purifier that puts the vital organs
in sound, healthy condition.
OLD BV DEALERS. MlCC UPCt PACKAGE. 91. OO.
Ak for the genuine with the Eed 7. on tbe label. If you cmnnot set it. remit to ci. we will end
it by mail, postpaid. Simmon! Liver Regulator U pot op aio in liquid form for those who prefer it.
tzice tl.00 per bottle. Look for tbe Bed Z l&beL
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PROPS., ST. LOUIS. Mo.
"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own"
4a good man does not always mean a good title'
"men pass away, titles run on forever.
"an abstract of titlejs the only means by which you can determine
whether yon are buying land or a lawsuit"
florida title and abstract co.
402-401 S. Main Street
J OCALA, FLORIDA
At This Period Use All
Safeguards lor Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ic? oar ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention- and all for a little
OCALA ICE &.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have just received a carload cf the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand or fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the.bet and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire, fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on It and
made many friend3 and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
don't make good we w!lL
E. M. OSBORN
Room 20, Holder Building
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALA I ".A.
, First consideration and especial
disagrees with you, don't
To a Person Who Prides 4
Himself on His Appearance I
? Clean, Fresh, Well. Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne- $
Phone 101. $
PACKING CO. ?
Telephone 327 j
attention siven to small tract-
Thanks His Friends for Their .Sup-!
port and Promises to Continue his'
Efforts in Hehalf of the City
To the Citizens and Voters of Ocala: ;
At the appropriate time, as requir-i
ed by the general and special elec-
tion ordinance of the city of Ccala,
there has been presented to 1 ho city i
council of Ocala a petition signed by
about four hundred of the registered
voters of the city, requesting me to
become a candidate for the office of
mayor to succeed myself, and I ac accept
cept accept the nomination. j
I feel greatly honored that so large
a number of voters have requested
me to become a candidate, and assure
them that, if elected will during the
ensuing term, a sin the past, exer exercise
cise exercise an untiring zeal and vigilance in
an endeavor, so far as may be with-,
in my power, to see that the citizens
of Ocala as a whole have a fair and
impartial deal in all municipal mat matters.
I most sincerely thank the Young
Men's Democratic Club for their en-;
dorsement; at the same time I wish
to say that the election ordinances of
the city of Ocala require that the
nomination of candidates for office
shall be by petition, and it does not
appear that any symptoms of racial
difficulties do or will exist in this
election of city officers; in fact,!
there has not been even any excite-1
ment on the subject until after the
petition requesting me to become a
candidate was presented to the coun-;
cil. I do not, therefore, appove of,
the primary method of nomination, as;
it does not appear to be the proper
or legal way, neither does it appear to
be necessary at this time by reason;
i of any racial problems.
I feel the deepest gratitude for the!
honor bestowed upon and the confi confidence
dence confidence reposed in, me by the citizens
and voters of Ocala in the past, and i
have at all times earnestly endeavor endeavored
ed endeavored to properly serve their and the
city's best interests. Perhaps it may
be true that a few citizens have dis disapproved
approved disapproved of my action in refusing to
sign the remaining $55,000 of the
$100,000 issue of bonds for the pur
pose of purchasing the water works,
but the plant and water works was
purchased at less than $45,000, and
there was at that time no necessity
whatever for the issuing and signing
of the remaining $55,000 of such
bonds, and whenever there is such
project for the improvement of the
water works it will be ample time to
sign the remaining bonds, as no
doubt funds could be quickly realized
on same. I feel that my attitude in
this matter is absolutely correct and
to the best interests of the city and
J. D. ROBERTSON.
DISTRICT TWO WILL
ORSKRVK GOOD ROADS DAY
If the People Thereof Will Take
November 21st being designated
by our governor as good roads day
means a great deal, if we will get to together
gether together and ute it for its purpose as
we would any other day for some
specific purpose. I hope that every
man in district Xo. 2 will work. Let
each neighborhood decide on some
road and do a good day's work on
that day. I, myself, will give time
and attention to roads around Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, and we expect to come out
in a good majority and do some
hardening, strawing. cutting, repair repairing
ing repairing and straightening. I hope and
would suggest that some one in each
community will take charge of the
day and also get them lined up foi
the working and lets make a good
showing. If we don't rank first in
the county, let us be among the first.
Hoping that all will turn out on
November 21st. I am, yours.
D. G. Watkins.
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular-!
Ilities of the kidneys and bladder inj
both men and women. Resrulates!
I Diadder troubles in children, if not;
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at The Murra
Copyright, 1911, by the Bobbs-MerrUl
Danger Above and Below.
T was difficult, once the Esmer Esmeralda
alda Esmeralda had been revealed in her
true character, to maintain the
fiction of unconcern. But it
was policy to do so, lest something
worse might befall, and Matt and
Chris were perseveringly friendly to
the careworn captain, and to the sulky,
Sardonic mate. They judged it wise
to talk a great deal of the Tokelaus.
and of their plan afterward to reach
Samoa and start a little cacao plan plantation.
tation. plantation. Matt's cry, wrung from his despera desperation,
tion, desperation, that he would sink the schooner
had given him the germ of an idea.
Yes. why not sink her not from any
notion of wild revenge, but as a well
calculated solution of the perils sur surrounding
rounding surrounding them? To wait, in fact, un until
til until they knew there were islands near"
them and then, sinking the vessel,
compel Schwartz to take to the surf
boat This was a fine, big, carvel built
boat, twenty-six feet long, and Matt
tested it with his penknife to make
sure it was sound. It would easily
hold all hands, with ample provisions
and water, and a trip of sixty or eighty
miles in it would be no terrible hard
ship. Compared to the unknown dan dangers
gers dangers that grew daily nearer, the haz
aid of such an escape seemed small in
deed. And once ashore, anywhere
ashore they would be safe, for, how
ever primitive and loose the little- r.
tive governments are. they are strong
enough to protect the lives and per
sons of those within their rule.
But to sink the Esmeralda! That
was so easy to say! Of course a stick
of dynamite would send her to the bot
torn in short order, and there was plen plenty
ty plenty of the deadly stuff in the trade
room, together with ai;s and fuses
But that was suicide That was to
open a barn door to the Pacific ocean
The alternative was to chisel a good
sized bole in her gar board streak and
give it abort twice the bore of a bilge
The Esmeralda bad an unusually
good pump.' worked by a couple ot
hand spikes, and throwing a five inch
stream. Matt squared tbe circle in
dustriously and then doubled the re result,
sult, result, going over these calculations
again and again to make sure of no
mistake. What he aimed to accom
plish was a leak that would force
Schwartz to lay the vessel toward the
nearest land, and perhaps bring it into
view before there would be any need
to take refuge in the whaler. On a
two to one ratio of leak against pump,
he hoped the Esmeralda might stay
afloat for ten" or twelve hours after
he had achieved his purpose.
They were twenty-four days out ol
San Francisco when the first land
rose over the horizon. To Matt tbe
sight of the island was like a signal:
it made him acutely restless and un
comfortable: he was possessed with j
the suffocating sense of almost terror
that precedes a'.l desperate deeds. Tak
ing .advantage of the commotion on
deck, he ran below, watched his op
portunity. and entered the trade room
Xo crackm-au. on his knees before a
safe, and thrUHnzly conscious that at
any momeut he p.dzht be interrupted.
uld have experienced more trepida trepidation
tion trepidation than did Matt as he soujrht out a
iase of axes and pried open the lid.
.'Ie seized one. he went down on his
knees before the hatch and fumbled
with the ring countersunk in the plank plank-ins.
ins. plank-ins. The hold v.-;is about nine or ten feet
deep: he peered in aprain. gauging
it. Hope: There was rope every everywhere,
where, everywhere, eompnctly coiled and burlapped.
It would he quite a bother, though,
to cut the fsteninTs: new rope also
was sure to kink to tansle and twist
itself into snarls. Whr not a bolt of
that stout red cotton. It would be j SAVED HIS FOOT
just as elncaeions more efficacious H. D. Ely, of Bantam, O., suffered
limber. lie ni.-'de the loose end fast to j from horrible ulcer on his foot for
a keg of nails and tossed the bolt itself j four years. Doctors advised ampu ampu-down
down ampu-down the hatchwav: lowered the ax i taticn, hut he refused and reluctant reluctant-after
after reluctant-after it on a nieee of twine: also a kev M-v tried Bucklin's Arnica Salve as a
saw and a pair of chisels on another ia5t resort. H ote: i used
piece of twine
Cruhir::r the cotton in his hands, he
swunz over the opening and let him himself
self himself zo His feet touched the iron bars:
all about him it was as bhi'-k as pitch
except ui.der the twilitrht of the hatch
The air was stale and stifling and rwk-
. he cot
y t wrk. n ctr n i:g
f h '-f th :r:st'-r ski", r.r.d layinz orer
r.-.nd the re-.! cb:, t of :;ttn;-k The
xt sTi p reqr.ired more de.'i-'-nte meth
s rnre care
vrovvr email, iu
;;'.f r-i.'t so
! sl:i:l One fis;:r.
the outer r'anhhr
:o a cu-di of vr;;t-
rt the !.: wctiM have
m e!s(-r;-here with all il
delay. Bt:t there v.-; r. time
lay n-"t an intn nt. A l'vt Li Lithe
the Lithe i:n!i.x-kd dr the open
i!-;:;:; h;:n f" f-v. I.::te.
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MARION COUNTY P.I EH
Interested in Pablo Pier and Hotel
Company in the State
! Times-Union, 13th: An important
j meeting of the directors and officers
of the Pablo Pier and Hotel Company
was held yesterday in the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville offices, 710 Bisbee building,
which was followed by a session of
The meeting was the first to be
held since securing the state charter
from Tallahassee and as a result all
of the work done under the tempor temporary
ary temporary organization was properly ap approved
proved approved and ratified. In this connec connection,
tion, connection, the letting of the contract for
the construction of the 800-foot re reinforced
inforced reinforced concrete pier to the F. M.
Richardson Company and all of the
sub-contracts were approved.
Report was made that a test pier
was sunk at Pablo Beach, following
the making of soundings by the en engineers.
gineers. engineers. This pier was subjected to
a much heavier load by many tons
than will ever be required and when
many days later exact measurements
were taken, it was found to have
settled only a very small fraction of
Piling Witlistands Test
Of course, this slight variation can
be easily taken care of and the en engineers
gineers engineers state they contemplate no se serious
rious serious obstacles in pushing the struc structure
ture structure straight through to completion.
While not absolutely decided,
plans are being made for opening the
pier the second week in May with the
greatest program of amusements ever
seen in a Southern resort and one
that will justify Pablo Beach being
ever afterward recognized as the "At "Atlantic
lantic "Atlantic City of the South."
Reports were made that not only
had many of the concessions for the
pier been contracted for but that
there were many applications made
for 11 of those still remaining. The
demand for advertising space on the
pier, both day and electric signs at
night, has been far in excess of all
Applications for Hotel
It was stated, too, that a number
of reputable hotel men had applied
for the new hostelry which is to be
modern in 'every respect, have a ca capacity
pacity capacity of over 150 rooms, many with
private baths, and be maintained as
a moderate priced resort.
Contracts for this hotel have been
let and the construction work will be
carried along at the same time as
that of the new pier, the contracts
calling for the completion of both
pier and hotel on May 1, 1914.
President R. S. Hall of Ocala was
present and presided at the meeting
and J. R. Williams, one of the larg largest
est largest and best known fruit growers of
Florida from Citra, was elected a new
Altogether the session was a most
enthusiastic one and all of the busi business
ness business men interested are confident
that the coming season at Pablo will
prove a record-breaker in every way.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city cf Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS for each and every case ofvca ofvca-tarrh
tarrh ofvca-tarrh that cannot be cui d by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1SS6.
(Seal) A. W. Cleason,
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ternally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials free.
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Orders for cakes, etc., for recep receptions
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Tor;'!: liver, ccntirated bowels;
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's":f-s o: these, headache.1?. Take;
Dr. King's N Life Pills, you will
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Corner Fort King Avenue
and Magnolia Street.
"Basement of-Burnett Building) t
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory.. The repair department
is prepared to do allkinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am In po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur
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THE OCA LA. EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1913
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
FLORIDA ASSEHBLED IH OCALA
(If you have any Iu.ru 3 for this department call phone !0G)
Continued from Fourth Pace)
Mrs. Williams Kutertains at Auction j arid hot chocolate with
'.r.. rrr..-,A. (
for 3fi.s Williams
One of the prettiest parties of the
week was the auction game at which
Mrs. Arthur Williams entertained at
3 o'clock this afternoon at the home
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
GT T. Maughs, in compliment to her
sister-in-law, Miss Mattle Williams,
a charming bride-elect who is being
delightfully feted prior to her mar marriage
riage marriage to Mr. J. B. Horrell, which will
be a beautiful event of next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening.
Exquisite yellow California daisies
intermingled with fern, adorned the
three rooms where the six tables
were arranged for the games. Au Au-tum
tum Au-tum fenes ornamented the tallies
and after several progressions scores
were counted and to the player hold holding
ing holding highest was given a pretty cut
glass salt and pepper set. As a
memento of the pleasant occasion the
honoree was presented with an ex exquisite
quisite exquisite cut glass bon-bon dish.
At the conclusion of the games
Mrs. Williams, assisted by Mrs.
Maughs, Mrs. Tydings and Mrs. Ayer,
served chicken salad, cream peas "in
timbles, cheese tid bits, wafers, cof coffee
fee coffee and crystalized ginger.
Mrs. Williams was formerly Miss
Pauline Sullivan, one of the loveliest
members of the society contingent,
and her visits home are always a
source of pleasure to her friends and
the opportunity to spend this after afternoon
noon afternoon in so delightful a manner was
enjoyed by the following who were
her guests, namely: Miss Williams,
Mrs. William Hocfcer, Mrs. M. J.
Roess, Mrs. Mary Eagleton, Mrs. R.
C. Muncaster, Mrs. Emmett Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs. C. S.
Cullen, Mrs. Leon Fishel, Mrs. D. S.
Woodrow, Mrs. J. H. TaylorMrs. C.
H. Lloyd, Mrs. Violet Powers, Mrs.
Clifton Camp, Mrs. C. L. Anderson,
Mrs. Jack Rentz, Mrs. Robert Mc Mc-Doughal,
Doughal, Mc-Doughal, Mrs. Ardis Waterman, Mrs.
C. V. Miller, Misses Meta Jewett,
Lydia McDoughal, Alice Bullock,
Mamie Taylor, Josephine Williams.
Invited to join the plaj-ers for re refreshments
freshments refreshments were Mrs. A. M. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Mrs. W. V. Xewsom, Mrs. H. F.
Watt, Mrs. Flora Morrison, Mrs. C.
R. Tydings, Mrs. Mamie Howse Howse-Stovall,
Stovall, Howse-Stovall, Mrs. E. M. Howard, Mrs. E.
L. Carney and Mrs. Jack Camp. The
sweetest and prettiest guest of the
party was the hostess' daughter,
Elizabeth Thayer Williams, but not
caring for auction the little lady did
not linger long with the guests.
knows exactly wnat a
cost him, Lut the i-rhiter does not
know what a printed job costs him
I Eo Masters 0
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Presbyterian Ladies tf Ssnc Dinners
at the Fair
ithout the cusi system in his shop.
Miss C J is.se mla 11 er Hostess at Auction
.Miss Ruby Gissendaner was the
tiwtiva hostess entertaining doligkt doligkt-frtt
frtt doligkt-frtt last evening at a two-table auc auction
tion auction party at the home of her uncle,
Mr. J. M. Thomas. The guests in included
cluded included Misses Gertie Peyser, Mary
Burford.xtflthleen Jackson, Clara
JohnsonjL Mefcsrs. Tom Pasteur, Guy
Zewadski, H. F. Coney, T. D.1 Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster and Holmes Walters. The oc occasion
casion occasion of die partylvas the regular
meeting o thevening card club of
which tbe(jxtess is the fourth mem member.
ber. member. The. prizes, a box of pratty
handkerchiefs and a deck of cards,
-were won by Miss Peyser and Mr.
Pasteur. American Beauty roses
lent additional charm to the rooms
where the hours were informally and
happily spenLMiss Gissendaner
nd lieT Jfuests to chicken- salad.
wafers, sandwiches, pickles, olives
' some one asks. Well, a man ch-irges
The ladies of the Presbyterian j' those who can and will stand for it
church are busy formulating plans through friendship and other reas- J
to serve dinners at the fair grounds j ons, and makes up a kind of a gen gen-during
during gen-during fair week. A committee for j eral average that manages to keep
each day has been appointed and the wolf from the door for most oi
with their assistance they will serve them but not for all.
dinners at a most reasonable price.) The meeting then adjourned and
Mrs. Clarence Camp has offered them Mr. Rconey announced that the cost
the use of her commodious tent, J congress would meet today at 9 a.
w hich will be stretched near the Mc- m. lo take up the real work of the i
Iver and MacKay building, an acces-1 meeting.
sible location and a place where ev everyone
eryone everyone can go and enjoy a meal in
the quietness of pleasant surround surroundings.
ings. surroundings. Mrs. Wj H. Dodge and Mrs. F. J.
Huber will be the committeemen in
charge on Tuesday, Xov. 25, opening
day, and with their assistants will
specialize in meats which will be
served with baked beans, pies and
other tempting dishes. Wednesday
Mrs. J .E. Johnson and Mrs. Sidney
Haile will manage the serving of a
barbecue dinner. Thursday a regu regular
lar regular Thanksgiving spread with all the
side dishes that go with a turkey din dinner
ner dinner will be served by Mrs. G. S.
Scott and Mrs. L. M. Murray, and
Friday, the last day, Mrs. John Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Mrs. Ardis Waterman will be
in charge and their specialty will be
The ladies are undertaking the
work to increase their finances but
in doing so they are giving the house
keepers of the city an opportunity
to enjoy the day at the fair without
the hinderance of domestic duties
and the hundreds of visitors who an an-nually
nually an-nually attend the privilege of pass passing
ing passing an entire day within the grounds
with no thought of "leaving for din dinner.
ner. dinner. The occasion demands a vast
amount of work which no other body
could accomplish with hetter suc success
cess success than the ladies who have taken
charge, among whom are some of
Ocala's best culinary artists.
A prominent visitor to Ocala next
week will be Dr. William Martin,
professor of Davidson College, David Davidson,
son, Davidson, X. C, who will arrive from
Pensacola, where he is attending this
week the meetings of the Florida
Synod. Dr. Martin .will be the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. W. If. Dodge at the
manse and the pleasure of his few
Mr. Harry L. Brown was elected j
chairman at this morning s session of
Mr. A. W. Dennis of Jacksonville
made a short talk on the advantages
of the state printers making a state
organization of the Typothetae, and
recited his own case as an illustra illustration
tion illustration of what the cost system had
Mr. Tobey, of Atlanta, represent representing
ing representing the Graham Paper Company,
made a talk on the attitude of the
supply houses and their friendly in interest
terest interest and encouragement of the
adoption of the cost s.ystem.
Mr. H. W. Flagg, the assistant
secretary of the X. T. A., then took
the floor and began his illustrated
lecture on the cost system.
the day. Several beautiful little pres presents
ents presents were received, among them a
little gold locket which was sent to
little Miss Opal from her brother,
Mr. Howard B. Hall.
Dinner Party Given by Mrs. Morrison
Charming in its arrangements was
the dinner party at the Harrington
last evening given by Mrs. Flora
Morrison in honor of Miss Mattye
Williams and her fiance, Mr.-Johana-than
Buxton Horrell. Covers for
twelve were laid and the table was
centered with a tall arrangement of
gorgeous white chrysanthemums and
feather' fern twined in and around
the table appointments completed
the artistic decorations. -''
Dinner was served shortly after 6
o'clock and consisted of six Courses
temptingly prepared and beautifully j
served. Mrs. Morrison's guests in-j
eluded besides Miss Williams and 1
Mr. Horrell, Misses Alice Bullock,
We have the most complete line of
In Ocala I
Our line of High Grade and Medium Price Suits is ex excellent,
cellent, excellent, don t fail to see them if you want anything in
Fancy Vests are very popular this season, You will
have a fine variety to choose from here.
Eo Mas taps CdD
Honnse off QeaMtly
Lydie McDoughal, Josephine Will-1
days' visit will be two-fold for his x iams, Mrs. Robert McDoughal, Mrs. j-
host and three sons are
Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
THE TREASURES OF CAPT. KIDD.
THE COAST OF CHAXCE,
BROWX'S XEW MONETARY
STANDARD Selig Comedy
6:30 to 10 p. m.
5 and 10 Cents
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow returned to-
lay from a two days' visit with Mrs.
I. W. Henry at Lake Weir.
A visitor to Ocala for a month is
Ir. Tuttle, who came yesterday from
Vinston-Salem, X. C. Mr. Tuttle is
topping at the manse on Fort King.
Miss Frances Tarver reached home
Ja few days ago from Savannah, Ga.
where she has enjoyed a visit of t
months with relatives.
Dr. ai?d Mrs. Reeves of Inverness
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.J.
Roess yesterday, motoring home in
Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox is antici anticipating
pating anticipating a visit to Jacksonville soon,
.1. C. B. Koonce, Messrs. R. S. Hall, j
G. W. Easterling, E. M. Osborn and j
J. H. Workman. j
The delightful evening with the j
lovely hostess and honor guests was j
concluded with an hour or more j
spent at the Temple witnessing the j
pictures, the program including one
reel particularly suitable for the oc- i
casion, "How to Keep a Husband"
being the title.
inner for Miss V:
ess to a
am Hocker will be host-
dinner party Monday
ing Miss Mattye WTil
Miss Josephine Bullock, who has
been very sick for the past week and
in poor health for several months,
was taken to the hospital last night,
and today at 11 o'clock underwent
an operation. Favorable news came
where she will be the guest of her from her bedside at 2 o'clock. Miss
Bullock's hosts of friends regret to
hear of her serious illness and anx anxiously
iously anxiously await more favorable news.
Dr. J. E. Klock arrived in town
this afternoon from New Hampshire,
and left on the next train for St.
Petersburg, where they will spend
the winter. Mrs. Klock and Harrold
Mrs. J. G. Spurlin, who has been
the guest of Mrs. H. A. Fausett foi
several days, returned yesterday to
her home at Lake Weir.
Mrs. Ella Proctor and children of
Eureka are the guests of Mrs. M. J.
The Junior Civic League will sell
candy tonight at the Temple theater.
Mrs. H. S. Chambers and Mrs. B
B. Borden returned on the early
morning train from Jacksonville,
where they attended the state con convention
vention convention of the Christian church.
Miss Lydia McDoughal is the guest
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Hall, arriving yesterday from
Shady Grove, where she has been
visiting an aunt for three weeks.
Little Miss Opal Hall of Miami.
who with her mother has been spen i- j
ing some time with her grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Graham at j
Conner, entertained quite a number
of little folks Saturday afternoon in j
honor of her tenth birthdav. Manv
games were indulged in by the merry j
little folks until late in the afternoon j
when refreshments were served, and j
each tot went away bidding their j
4--X:X::-:-:X-K-X--X little hostess man- hW returns of i
Will find the cuisine and
service at the Ocalft
House Cafe just right.
Meals a la carte served
at all hours from 6 a. m.
10 p. ni. Our rates will
le found as low as good
food and high-class ser-.
vice will allow. Eat here
today and see for yourself.
Mewr a Cold IMtii Wmm
Every one knows the discomfort of eating breakfast in a cold dining room.
There is not always a flue in that room and if there is, who has the time to
build up a fire in time for breakfast? .
The home that is piped for gas heat knows none of this. The heat is al always
ways always ready and only needs a lighted match to make the room warm and com comfortable.
Have your home piped for gas in every room. There will always be found
a use for it, and especially in cold weather, when a little gas radiator can be
attached that will heat the chilliest room.
Let us give you prices on piping your house now, before cold weather
(eaiflai & Co
Harrington Hall Hotel Building Fort King Avenue
ill . V ill
will arrive a little later and they j ......
will divide their time between Ocala, ziiizitt
u eirsaaie ana oi. reieisuuig. c yt
Klocks have many friends in Ocala J A..
who will be glad to have them oacK
in the state again.
Mrs. L. J. Lummus, after a visit of
several months to her children in
Miami, returned today to her home
with her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Winer,
in this city.
Ocala's Best Hotel and Best Cafe.
Rooms $1 a Day Popular Priced
and Up. Cale.
Miss Emma Rogers, who has been j'jj'
the guest of her parents, Col. andjyg
Mrs. R. F. Rogers, returned to herj-p
home in Jacksonville this afternoon, !Ai
accompanied bv her brothers, Messrs. j Ug
John and O. H. Rogers. j
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peyser re returned
turned returned from Jacksonville this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Shaw of New York City,
whom they went to meet.
Sheriff and Mrs. J. P. Galloway
went to Moss Bluff today to attend
the f-jrrera! of Mrs. I. J. Fort.
I-IigrlhL Gracie JPrlotlinigj
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1913
A J AT H E R 1 1 A N SOCIETY
WANT TO BACK WATER
OPENS FOR BUSINESS
Wait for; the Grey Wagon, and
if it Doesn't Stop for
EwrytMii Hist toe Safe Safe-Jadory
Jadory Safe-Jadory or it is Onr
Your work will be returned
to you in Good Shape.
Special Work Returned Same
All Missing Buttons Replaced.
Ed. IPreirief or
W. I;1S(0)M, Manage
Deliver your Clothes for the Cleaning
and Pressing Department to
the Gray Wagon also.
The Agatheridan Society held its
regular weekly meeting Nov. 14,
1914. After the minutes of the pre preceding
ceding preceding meeting had been read and
approved the following program was
Song. "Cheer for Old Amherst"
"How All Things Began" Inez
Oral story of Beowulf Annie
Recitation, "Sir Galahad" May
Vocal solo, "The Gypsy Trail"
Story of Arion and the Dolphin
Story of the battle between Hector
and Ajax Paul Brinson.
"The Twelve Superhuman Labors"
Story of "The Wooden Horse"
Piano solo, "The Grand Centennial
March" Claudia O'Neal.
Debate, Resolved, That Mythology
Should be Taught in Public Schools.
Affirmative, Lorayne Kemp, Marie
Burnett; negative, Xan Brooks and
Olivia Toffaletti. The judges, Homer
Small, Katie Mae Eagleton and
Mamie Godbold, decided two in fa favor
vor favor of the affirmative and one for the
Paper Alice Sexton.
After the reports of the critics
the society adjourned until next Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon.
Frank Gale, Secretary.
An elegant line of lasers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
Music and musical instruments
and all parts at the Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. ll-13-3t
The Ocala Beauty Parlor at Miss
Affleck's is growing in popularity
every day under the management of
Miss X. V. Lambert. 11-11-tf
Beautiful cut glass in exquisite
designs and many different articles.
The thing for wedding gifts. At Bur Burnett's
nett's Burnett's jewelry store. 11-13-tfdw
ASK YOUR DRI GGIST ABOUT IT
There U a New Remedy that Takes the
Place of Calomel Recommended and
Guaranteed by the DrnggiM.
The Court Pharmacy never sold a
remedy, that gave more complete sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction than Dodson's Liver Tone a
mild vegetable remedy for constipation,
sour stomach and lazy liver.
Folks who have suffered for years
rather than resort fo dangerous cal calomel
omel calomel have found after one trial that
this pleasant-tasting vegetable liquid
gives them a long sought relief with without
out without bad after-effects.
Dodson's Liver Tone is guaranteed
by the Court Pharmacy to be a safe
liver stimulant and to be absolutely
harmless without bad after-effects.
You will find many persons in this lo locality
cality locality who have tried it and every
user will speak a good word for Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone. It livens up a tor torpid
pid torpid liver and makes you feel fresh,
healthy and clean.
The price, of a large bottle is 50
cents money, back if not pleased. The
success of Dodson's Liver Tone has
brought many medicines into the field
that imitate its claims, and some have
name very similar and package same
color, but remember Dodson's Liver
Tone is guaranteed by the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy which will give you back your
money if you want it. Ad No. 14
At the Last Minute, Mexican States Statesmen
men Statesmen Listen to Good Advice
Mexico City, Xov. 14.: President
Hureta's official family is working
diligently for the reopening of the
negotiations and claim to have the
consent of General Huerta to make
concessions which they believe will
be satisfactory to the United States.
The Mexican minister of the inter interior,
ior, interior, Manuel Garza Aldape, saw Xel Xel-son
son Xel-son O'Shaughnessy, the American
charge d'affairs, late yesterday and
appealed to him to do all in his pow power
er power to induce his government to with withhold
hold withhold action until the Mexican officials
could communicate with Mr. Lind,
now at Vera Cruz. He based his ap appeal
peal appeal on the allegation that they were
unable yesterday to get in touch with
General Huerta in order to present
to him Mr. Lind's communication.
To each cash purchaser of $1.00
worth of other groceries, -we will
sell twenty-one pounds of sugar for
one dollar on Saturday and Monday.
Remember, this offer is for these
J. 1. Smith Grocery
Next to Ocala National Bank
Mr. C. F. Venable does not im improve,
prove, improve, but he holds his own.
Miss Josie Bullock underwent an
operation this afternoon. She stood
it well, and was sleeping quietly at 3
Mr. C. P. Hayes was operated on
for appendicitis this morning. The
operation was successful and Mr.
Hayes is resting easy.
A ncprn hnv namH PtirictnnliDP
Lewis, who had a foot almost sever-. j SANCHEZ STREET.
p.i hv a saw in thA mill at Martin this O. BOX. NO. 438.
morning, was brought to the hospi-
P. D. ODEIL
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
tal and had his wound dressed and W:W-W-:-:-a-C--
bandaged. He was taken home and
will probably recover.
All other patients are doing well.
G. C. SHEPHARD,
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OF GIRLS CANNING CLUBS
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
Mpmhfirs of th fiirlc Panninp'l
Club of Marion county are urged to
get their exhibits in readiness for
the contest to be held at the fair.
Those who have not sent in their re reports
ports reports and essays .will please do so at
once. Remember, that each mem member
ber member who sends in her report and es essay
say essay will receive a beautiful club pin
from the' Woman's Club of Ocala,
and every one sending in their
goods to be exhibited at the fair
will receive passes for Thursday and
Friday of fair week, the passes be being
ing being given by the -fair association.
, Mrs. J. Ri Moorhead,
In Charge of Girls' Canning Clubs of
Mrs.' Moorhead will be at the fair
grounds Saturday, Xov. 22nd, to re receive
ceive receive all papers.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL
I Of Administratrix Sale
j Notice is hereby given that Laura
j C. Dillard, administratrix of the es es-!
! es-! tate of Samuel J. Dillard, deceased.,
j will sell at public sale at Summer-
! field at 10 o'clock a. m., on
Wednesday, the 19th day of Novem November,
ber, November, 1913
the following personal property: 300
barrels of ear corn and 12 tons of
peavine hay; said sale to be made
(pursuant to section 1412 of the gen gen-!
! gen-! eral statutes of Florida, and for the
reason that the said property is
perishable and would be rendered
worse for keeping.
Laura C. Dillard,
Administratrix of the Estate of Sam Samuel
uel Samuel J. Dillard. Deceased. ll-6-10f
Address, Summerfield, Fla.
Health is Worth Saving, and Some
Ocala People Know How to
Many Ocala people take their lives
in their hands by neglecting the kid kidneys
neys kidneys when they know these organs
need help. Weak kidneys aer respon responsible
sible responsible for a vast amount of suffering
and ill health, but there is no need
to suffer nor to remain in danger.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills a remedy
that has helped thousands of kidney
The following statement leaves no
grounds for doubt:
L. E. Dean, barber, 511 W. Mc Mccormick
cormick Mccormick streen, Gainesville, Fla.,
says: "I was annoyed by backache
and my kidneys didn't do their work
as they should. Soon after I began
using Doan's Kidney Pills, I was re relieved
lieved relieved and my condition improved in
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Dean had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo, X. Y. 6
1 1 il
OCALA SEED STORE
Oak or Pine,
Any Length. I
Prompt delivery any- I
where in the city. I
Ocala Wood Yard, j
MOSES & NASSER,
Cor. Magnolia & Jefferson Sts.
FRESH CANE JUICE I
25c per gallon.
A. M. BOBBITT
NEW AXD SECOXD HAND
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Qneens Qneens-ware.
ware. Qneens-ware. Crockery, Etc.
310 SMaiu Street, Ocala, Fla.
0!d Time Sores
And Ulcers Healed
Old Wounds Often Bother
Many Years After.
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH
Two hundred and sixty-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif fifteen
teen fifteen acres pine timber; ten acres
hard ooi: well watered; price,
Also or.e hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five
outbuildings; barn 32x4 0; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con construction
struction construction with ail material on the
Also two small farms of eighty
ar.d fifty-four acres respectively, un unimproved.
improved. unimproved. See H. A. Kramer, or owner. A.
A. Mathews, Ocala. Fla. 10-1-tf
A cough that bothers you contin continually
ually continually is one of the danger signals
which warns you of consumption.
Dr. King's New Discovery stops the
cough, loosens the chest, banishes
fever and lets you sleep peacefully.
j i ne nrsL uuse mecfca. me siiiiJiuma
and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. r
Mertz, of Glen Ellyn, Iowa, writes:
,-Dr. King's New Discovery cured a
stubborn cough after six weeks' doc doc-tering
tering doc-tering failed to help." Try it, as it
will do the same for you. Best
medicine for coughs and colds,
throat and lung troubles. Money
back if it fails. Price 50 cents and
$1. All druggists, by mail, II. E.
Bucklin & Co., Philadelphia or St
OPEN DAY AXD IGIIT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunche
at any hour. Adv.
Pretty article? in fine wrought
gold, rings, pins, chain?, bracelets,
watches, etc.. at Burnett's jewelry
Feople who T.nve been poulticing and an an-Eointins
Eointins an-Eointins an cil s;re for rears and year
marvf-1 at the way it heals quickly after
uin S. S. S.
When yon come to realize that the skin
and the Cosh beneath are composed f.f a.
Tif twork ci tiny blood vessels you solve the
There are vnderf'il medicinal properties
in S. thai follow the cours? of the
1V"h! srr'ams j ;?t as naturally as the most
Eo-:!5h;n- f.:.od ele-'nt?.
!t !s rr-allr a r rkatle remedy. It
contains one inrrr'icnt, the a"iive purpose
cf r-::!eh is to stimulate the t'.svj-s to the
t-pf 'rhv s-f n of it: t! f-f'Stir;! co co-triuvst.
triuvst. co-triuvst. And til; uediclr.il ciesifcts of
imtcLless Mood frric-r sre jtrst as
'fsfntlcl to we;i-ba'.an-d health as the
n-itritifiis elemetts of th treats, grains,
fats and sugars of ov.r dally food.
Not one drop of minerals or drnc? is
used fa Its preparation. Ask. for S
and lust insist onon .bavin? it. And if
yc-u desire skillful adviVe and counsel upfW
any natter concerning the blood and skin.'
writ to the mdlal denartniEt, Th Swift
Sr.d2c Co.. 21 Swift Laboratory, Atiata
Do not allow some zealons clerk to larrrp
tt atmosphere in eloquence over something
"j.:t as cod" as S. S. S. Beware tf all.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1013
FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS
Mr. Robert McLaughlin,
the justly famous furniture
king of Florida, whose
strong financial resources
and long experience in the
furniture business, buying
for and operating several
furniture stores in the state
is a strong factor in mak making
ing making this sale possible.
OMiC Alifflllfli flilif Id!!
And Lasts 10 Days Only
Mr. John N. Tolar, the
man at the helm and on
the floor of this progres progressive
sive progressive firm, has steered his
business career ( while
only newly established as
yet) to the front and has
won the confidence of the
these combined forces of efficiency accounts for
& Tolar as the creators of Furniture Sales in Ocala
Me MWI IM.&. mum
Will launch their 3rd annual Reduction Sale of high-class and exclusive
furniture and household furnishings November 15 to Basil 10 days oefly.
In calling attention to this sale it will be sufficient to remind our many many-patrons
patrons many-patrons of the genuine reductions which was realized on our previous sales
Positively everything offered during this sale will be new goods. Absolutely nothing worked over
or refinished will be allowed on our floors. Prices quoted below for CASH only.
In Handsome and Massive Colonial Designs, nanel effect
in early English, Golden Oak.
Worth $20.00, E. E. China Closet (10 511
Sale price iylZldU
Worth $32.00, E. E. China Closet ft ft ft ft
Sale price UlUU
Worth $40.00, Sideboard
Worth $35.00, E. E. Buffet 0 ftft
Sale nrice I U.UU
Worth $25.00, E. E. Buffet
GOLDEN GRAINED OAK SIDEBOARDS
In Popular Triced Pieces
, Sale price
In Quartered Oak in any Style Whatever
RUGS. LINOLEUMS AND MATTRESSES
Worth $15.00, Sleep Easy
Mattress Sale Price
Worth $12.00, Felt Mattress,
Worth $7.00, All-Cotton
Mattress Sale Price
Worth $1.25 Double yarfr
Linoleum, Sale Price
Worth $10.00, 9x12 Crex Rugs
Worth $4.00, Axminster Rugs,
Worth $2.50, Axminster Rugs,
Worth $8.00 Toilet Sets,
Worth $2.50 Bowl and Pitche
(decorated) Sale Price
BIRD EYE MAPLE PIECES
Worth $35.00 Chiffonier
Worth $32.00, Chiffonier
GUARANTEED BRASS BEDS
Worth $35.00 2-inch post
Sale Price . ,.
TRUNKS, BAGS AND SUIT CASES
Worth $21.00 G. O. Chiffonier
Worth $38.00 Princess Dresser
Worth 23.00 Dressing Table
Worth $16.00 E. E. or Golden Oak
GENUINE MAHOGANY" PIECES
Worth $30.00 Princess Dresser
Worth $28.00 Princess Dresser
Sale Price . ;
Worth $25.00 Chiffonier
Worth $25.00 Dresser
A NEW IDEA
of Men's Dresser and Wardrobe Combined in Genuine
COOK STOVES, HEATERS AND OIL STOVES
Worth $12.00, 3-Burner Oil Stove,
Worth $3T0.00, Wood Range,
Worth $18.00, Wood Range,
HOT STUFF Wood Heaters from $1.50 to $.
Worth ? 2 0.00, Trunks.
Worth $18.00, Trunks,
Worth -$15. 00 Trunks,
Worth $10.00, Trunks,
Worth SS.OO, Cowhide Suit
Case, Sale Price .
Worth $6.00, Sheep Skin
Suit Case, Sale Price
In Mahogany with Solid
Worth $6.00, Wicker Rocker
Worth $35.00 Satin Finish
Worth $35.00 Heavy Knob
Worth $26.00 Bright Finish
2-Inch Square Post Steel Bed, brass trimmed
Worth $32.00 as above described
All other Vernice Martin white enameled Jron Beds,
Fancy and Plain, reduced as follows:
Worth $15.00, 2-inch post
Worth $14.00, 16 inch post, fancy
Worth $12.50, High Art Head,
Worth $9.00, Plain White,
Worth $9.00, Vernice and Colors,
HANDSOME o-PIECE MAHOGANY PARLOR SUIT
Worth $26.00 3-Piece Wicker
Worth $4 5.00, 3-Piece Mahogany
Oilier x iitt
Remember the sale starts
Worth ? 13.00 Number 1317
Rocker Sale price
Worth $10.00, Number 1116 E. E
. Rocker Sale price
Worth $15.00, Number 1615 G. O
. Rocker Sale price ....
Wcrth $11.75, Number 5949 Rocker
Sale price ':
Worth $7.00, Number A 710 Rocker
Worth $5.00 Wicker Rocker
Be Sure to See This Number 09
Russet Leather Seat and Back Rest:
BUNGALOW ONE-PIECE BEDS
In Vernice Martin SA size just the thing for Boys or
Worth $5.50, as above described
Worth $12.00, as above described,
200 STRONG BEXTWOOD STRAIGHT CHAIRS
Unpa'inted, can be stained any color desired at small
Good Reed Bottom Chairs
Sale Price, each .
Cocoa Door Mats,
Wfe?JS Saddle and Sofa seat E. E. and G. O. Straight
FUMED OAK DINING SUITS
This is a superb number of high-art in woodcraft.
Massive and Elegant.
Worth $125.00, Suit complete
9 x 12 Art Squares $25