The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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We are headquarter for Blanket,
Comfort and Spread. Come to see a
and have a good night aleep.
vol: is.
NO. 151.


GAS IN THE STOMACH comes from food -which ias fer

mented. Get rid of tbrs badly digested matter as quickly

as possible if you would avoid a bilious attack.
Is a cleansing and strengthening medicine. It is a liver tonic first
of all and the liver is always affected when the stomach goes wrong.
It puts life in a torpid liver, helps digestion, sweetens the breath, clears
the complexion of sallowness, relaxes the bowls and puts the body in
fine, vigorous condition.
Atk for the f-naine with the Red 7. on the latw-1. If you nunot K?t it, rrmlt to o, we will lend
It by mail, postpaid.- Him mom Liver Regulator i put op tint iu liquid foroi for those who prefer it.
irica tl.uo per bottle. Look fur the Red Z label.

J. H. ZEILIN &. CO.. Props.. St. Louis, mo.

Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Ocala, Fla.
Instructor In Voice
and Piano
Specializing -iii Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.


Office over Mnnroe & Chambliss IVk.

Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
4 Holder Block,

An Infernal Machine Sent by Some
Hcreant to the Governor of
Pittsburg, Ta., Nov. 26. What is be believed
lieved believed to have been an attempt to kill
Gov. John K. Tener, of Pennsylvania,
was discovered at Charleroi, Ta., yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. An ingeniously constructed
infernal machine containing power, a
match, piece of steel, and a small piece
of paper, inscribed, "drive the republi republican
can republican bosses out," was sent to the gov governor,
ernor, governor, and now is in the hands of the
United States postal authorities. A
rigid investigation is under way.


Office Over Commercial Bank

to 12 a. m. 1 to 5

Office Hours, 8
p. in.


12 a. m. 1 to
Tiione 211.

Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 6, Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333

Many things go to prove that it is.
The way thousands are trying to help
others is proof. Among them is Mrs.
W. W. Gould, of Pittsfleld, N. II. Find Finding
ing Finding good health by taking Electric
Bitters, she now advises other suffer sufferers,
ers, sufferers, everywhere, to take them. "For
years I suffered with stomach and
kidney trouble," she writes. "Every
medicine I used failed till I took Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters. But this great remedy
helped me wonderfully." They'll help

any woman. They re the Dest tonic
and finest liver and kidney remedy
that's made. Try them. You'll see.
50c. at Tydlngs & Co.


LlMt of Prize Winner for the Hand Hand-Mome
Mome Hand-Mome Chicken, Duck and (ieewe
DUplayed at the .Marlon County Fair.
Mr. Ed Bennett, one of the managers
of the poultry department at the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair, supplies the Star
with the following list of the prize
winners in that exhibit:
First cock, W. J. Gorman: second
cock, Charles Mishler; first hen. V. J.
Gorman; second hen, W. J. Gorman;
first, second and third pullet, Charles
Mishler; first, second and third cock cockerel,
erel, cockerel, Charles Mishler.
First hen, first cockerel, first and sec second
ond second pullet, Miss Annie Davis.
Light Brahma
First cock. Miss Annita Bomiliti;
first hen. Ridge & Gale; second hen.
Miss Bomiliti; first cockerel, first and
second pullet, J. D. Robertson, Jr.
Pit Game
First cock, V. II. Millsom, second
cock, H. D. Stokes; third cock, V. P.
Goodyear; first hen, W. P. Goodyear;
second hen, Hugh Knight; third hen,
Phil Robinson; first cockerel, S. T. Sis Sis-trunk;
trunk; Sis-trunk; second cockerel, Phil Robin Robinson;
son; Robinson; third cockerel, Pierce Rentz; first
pullet. Pierce Rentz; second and third
pullet, S. T. Sistrunk.
Indian Garon

Special prize, best cock


Douglas, Ga., Nov. 26. J. F. Barnes,
prominent farmer about 45 years old
residing in the southern edge of
Douglas, was bitten yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon about 3 o'clock by a. spider and
died a violent death about 8 o'clock
last night, as a result of the poisonous

Seems heavier when he has a weak
back and kidney trouble. Fred Due Due-hren,
hren, Due-hren, mail carrier ai Atchison, Kas
says: "I have been bothered with kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder trouble and had a se severe
vere severe pain across my back. Whenever
I carried a heavy load of mail, my kid kidney
ney kidney trouble increased. Some time ago,
I started taking Foley's Kidney Pills
and since taking them I have gotten
entirely rid of all rny kidney trouble
and as as sound as ever." Sold by the
Court Pharmacy.


Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
120 South Third Street

Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
Loeated at the Joue IIopltal on Snath
Flrt Street. Went
All Calls Promptly Answered.

The Ocala Automobile Repair and
Paint Co. has opened a shop in the
wooden building, between the city
market and steam laundry, where they
are prepared, with skilled workmen, to
do all kinds of automobile repairing
and finishing, painting, varnishing,
etc., and any kind of fine carpenter
work or cabinet making. We guarantee
workmanship, quick jobs and close
prices. Respectfully,
Ocala Auto Repair & Paint Co.

Every day from kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Why suffer death
when a 1 bottle, a sixty-day treat treatment
ment treatment of Hall's Texas Wonder, seldom
fails to cure? Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street. St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.

Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Enibalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Redes
ALFRED E. OWEN, Funeral Direetor.
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.


I have in stock some new and very
handsome coffee percolaters, heated by
electricity. Coffee made in the most
scientific manner In a few moments
without trouble, odor, or any of the
other inconveniences of oil, alcohol or
wood heaters. Every home should
have one of.' these percolaters. Price
is very reasonable. A. E. Burnett.

may not paralyze a home so complete completely
ly completely as a mother's long Illness. But Dr.
King's New Life Pills are a splendid
remedy for women. "They gave me
wonderful benefit in constipation and

i female trouble." wrote Mrs M. C. Dun-

lap, of I.eadill, Tenn. If ailing, try
them. 25c. at Tydings & Co.


Charles Rodoff. Proprietor.

Beat Quick Lunch Heating: House

In the City


i Pictures iramed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month.


Apalachlcoia and Cedar
Oyter In All Styles


Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.

.Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
cade on Erection of Buildings of any
Character by contract or on commls commls-lion
lion commls-lion basis, write or consult me at
Roiir 27, Holder RIoch.

"I am pleased to recommend Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs,
colds and bronchial trouble." writes
Mrs. I B. Arnold of Denver, Colo. "We
have used it repeatedly and it has nev never
er never failed to give relief." For sale by
afl dealers.

The latest of the season, selected by
our own buyers in shoes for ladies and
misses; high tops, blacks and tans,
satlrfs and velvets, at Rheinauer's.

"I do not believe there Is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction
City, Ore. This remedy is also un unsurpassed
surpassed unsurpassed for colds and croup. For
sale by all dealers.

FOR SALE KentucKy mules and
horses. Cash or credit. Come around
and lets talk it over. Inquire Veteri Veterinary
nary Veterinary Stable, Harrell Johnson & Co.

In damp, chilly weather there Is al always
ways always a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience Its great re relieving
lieving relieving power in rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
twinge. Price, 23c, 50c. and l per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.

or cockerel.

Hugh Knight; first cock, Hugh Knight;
second cock, C. E. Hightower; third
cock, Hubert Bitting; first hen. E. C.
Bennett; second and third hen, C. E.
Hightower; first cockerel, first, second
and third pullet, Hugh Knight.
White Indian Garnet
First hen, E. C. Bennett.
Roue-Comb Brown Leghorn
First and second hen, C. E. High Hightower.
tower. Hightower. Single-Comb Brown Leghorn
First hen. R. T. Munroe.
Slntle-Coml White Leghorn

First cock, H. H. Whltworth; sec

ond cock, Tom Gary; third cock, W. L.

Colbert: first hen, J. J. Tipton; second
hen, H. H. Whltworth: third hen. Miss

Annie Davis; first cockerel; Ivy Poul Poultry
try Poultry Farm; third pullet, H. H. Whit Whit-worth.
worth. Whit-worth. Roue-Comb White Leghorn
First cockerel. Miss Bomiliti.
S. C. Black Minorca
First cock, Jerry Mitchell; second
cock. Perry Edwards: first hen: Jerry
Mitchell; first, second and third cock cockerel,
erel, cockerel, H. P. Crandall; first and second
pullet; H. P. Crandall; third pullet,
Jerry Mitchell.
White Minorca
First, second and third hen, E. C.
Buff Orpington
First and second hen, J. S. Myrick;
third hen. Mrs. S. S. Knight: first
cockerel, Mrs. J. L. Davis; second cock cockerel,
erel, cockerel, J. S. Myrick; third cockerel. Mrs.
S. S. Knight; first pullet, Mrs. J. L
Davis: second pullet, J. S. Myrick, third
pullet. Mrs. S. S. Knight.
Black Orpington
First hen, H. H, Whitworth; second
hen, Hugh Knight; third hen. H. II.

Whitworth; first, second and third pul pullet.
let. pullet. H. H. Whitworth.
R. C. Black Orpington
First hen, Hugh Knight.
White Orpington
First and second cock, S. T. Sis Sis-trunk;
trunk; Sis-trunk; third cock, Mrs. Nathan Mayo;
first, second and third hen, S. T. Sis Sis-trunk;
trunk; Sis-trunk; first cockerel, Mrs. Nathan

Mayo; second cockerel, C. E. Simmons;

third cockerel, S. T. Sistrunk; first and

second pullet, S. T. Sistrunk; third

pullet, Mrs. Nathan Mayo.

Barred Plymouth Rock
First cock, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk; sec

ond cock, R. T. Munroe; third cock, S.

Lovell; first and second hen; Dr. F. E.

McClane; third hen, S. Lovell: first
cockerel, Dr. F. E. McClane; second
cockerel, W. M. Gist; third cockerel,
Miss Annie Atkinson; first pullet, Mrs.

S. T. Sistrunk; second and third pul

let, Miss Annie Atkinson.
White Plymouth Rock
First cockerel, S. S. Guisser second
cockerel, Miss Bomiliti; first and sec second
ond second pullet, S. S. Guisse.
Rhode Inland Red
First cock, E. T. Helvenston, second
cock. Lee Meadows: first, second and
third hen, first, second and third cock cockerel,
erel, cockerel, first, second and third pullet, E.
T. Helvenston.
First and second hen, G. D. Gamble.
Columbian Wyandotte
First hen, first and second pullet.
Miss Annie Davis.
Ruff Wyandotte
First hen. Miss Susie Ervin: first
cockerel, first and second pullet. J.

Black Wyandotte

First cock, first hen. C. E. Higfctower.
White Wyandotte
First cock, G. D. Washburn, second
cock, James Thompson: first hen. G. D.
Washburn; second and third hen.
James Thompson; first cockerel. N. J.
Edwards; second cockerel. G. D. Wash Washburn:
burn: Washburn: first pullet. N. J. Edwards: sec second
ond second and third pullet. G. D. Washburn.
Buff Cochin Bantam
First and second hen. R. T. Munroe.
R. R. Bantam
First cock, first hen. R. T. Munroe.
Pekla Duck
First drake, first duck, C. Nelson.
Mallard Duck
First and second drake. J. W. Akin:
first duck. E. C. Bennett; second and
third duck. j. W. Akin.
White Muscovy Duck
First- drake, first duck. E. C. Bennett.
Indian .Runner
First old drake, first old duck. L
Ballard: second old drake, second old
duck. Baxter Carn: third old drake,
third old duck. H. H. Whitworth: first,
second and third young drake, first,
second and third young duck, L Bal Ballard.
lard. Ballard. Toulouse Geee

First and second old gander

der, first young goose, Mrs. Alice Bow Bowler.
ler. Bowler. Bronze Turkey
First cock. H. H. Whitworth: sec second
ond second cock. Perry Edwards; third cock.
Mrs. Nathan Mayo; first hen. Mrs. Na Nathan
than Nathan May. j. t-cond hen. H. H. Whit Whitworth:
worth: Whitworth: third hen. Perry Edwards: first
and second cockerel, first and second
pullet. H. H. Whitworth; third cock cockerel,
erel, cockerel, third pullet. Perry Edwards.
White Holland Turke
First cock, first and second hen,
Hug?h Knight.
White Fan-Tall Pigeon
First cock, first hen, R. T. Munroe:
second and third cock, second and
third hen. O. B. Koonce.
. Red Fan-Tail Pigeon
First cock, first hen. R. T. Munroe.
lilnck Fan-Tall Pigeon
First and second cock, first and sec second
ond second lien. It. T. Munroe.
Red Homer Pigeon
First cock, first hen,' Louis Slott.
Blue Homer Pigeon
First cock, first hen, Earl McRae.
Belgium Hare
First buck, John Tarver; second
buck, first doe, O. Meadows.
White Rabbit
First and second buck, Richard
White Rat
Best collection, Dan Baker.
State of Ohio, uny 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 of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem December.
ber. December. A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter Internally,
nally, Internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

I have some very choice 10-acre
farm and garden tracts, two miles
southwest of town, on the Ocala and
Southwestern Railroad and the Ocala
and Dunnellon hard road. Land Is al almost
most almost cleared and beautifully located.

I For terms and prices, apply to F. W.

Ditto, Ocala, Fla.


Counter Mexican RevolutIonIt Met
Heavy Defeat on the Historic
Field of Querataro

at San

El Paso. Nov. 26. The first
revolt that has occurred in
Mexico broke out yesterday

Nicolas in the state of Querataro,
where Maximilian met his final defeat.
The Reyistas were repulsed by soldiers
of Madero. The loss was heavy on
both sides. Forty rebels were taken
prisoners, wounded. The Reyistas are
preparing to send an emissary to
Washington, as Madero did a year ago.
and Jose Leon del Valle has been selected.


"After our child had suffered from
severe bronchial trouble for a year,"
wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richard Richardson's
son's Richardson's Mills, Ala. "we learned it had con consumption.
sumption. consumption. It had a bad cough all the
time. We tried many remedies with without
out without avail, and doctor's medicines seem seemed
ed seemed as useless. Finallj' we tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and are pleased
to say' that one bottle effected a com complete
plete complete cure, and our child is again
strong and healthy." For coughs, colds
hoarseness, lagrippe, asthma, croup
and sore lungs, its the most infallible
remedy that's made. Price 50c. and $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Co.


Picayunlwh War by the American Auto
Aoclatlon on the Champion
Continued at Savannah
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 26. Of more in interest
terest interest than the preliminary talk about
the Grand Prize race was the an announcement
nouncement announcement last night that the contest
committee had barred Barney Oldfield
from the press stand, after a pass had
been issued to him as a representative
of a local newspaper. Oldfield was sus suspended
pended suspended from the American Automobile
Association several months ago be because
cause because he participated in an unsanction unsanctioned
ed unsanctioned race wit.h Jack Johnson, the pugil pugilist.
ist. pugilist. The committee ruled that report reporting
ing reporting the races for a newspaper con constituted
stituted constituted "participation" in the contest
in violation of the rules of the association.

For pains in the side or chest damp dampen
en dampen a piece of t flannel with Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment and bind it on over the
seat of pain. There is nothing better.
For sale by all dealers.

Wednesday, Nov. 29

The Blgget Comedy Succes

of the


Means loss of sleep which is bad for
everyone. Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound stops the cough at once, re relieves
lieves relieves the tickling and dryness In the
throat and heals the inflamed mem membranes.
branes. membranes. Prevents a cold developing
into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always in the house. Refuse substi substitutes.
tutes. substitutes. Sold by Court Pharmacy.








Phoenix Mufflers
Flannette Night
Flannelette Pajamas
Wool Underwear
Wool Fleece Under Underwear


Madero Seem to Have Better Succe
Than Diaz In Holding Down a
Mexico City, Mexico, Nov. 26. Ac According
cording According to a telegram from the acting
governor of Morelos to General Fi Fi-guerca
guerca Fi-guerca here, 800 Zapatists led by Gen General
eral General Zapata were defeated by about
450 federals under Garcia Aragon at
Santa Ana after an all-day battle yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, including Jesus Moreles. a
leader who has made much trouble
for the government, and many others
were wounded.


Author of "The Traveling Salesman"
and "The Commuters,"
One Year at Hackett Theater, N Y.

Metropolitan Cast, Headed by
Seat Ready Monday, Nov. 27.

That stops coughs quickly and cures
colds Is Foley's Honey and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Mrs. Anna Pelzer, 2526 Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson street. So. Omaha, Neb., says: "I
can recommend Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound as a sure cure for coughs
and colds. It cured my daughter of a
bad cold and my neighbor, Mrs. Ben Benson,
son, Benson, cured herself and her whole fam family
ily family with Foley's Honey' and Tar Com Compound.
pound. Compound. Everyone In our neighborhood
speaks highly of It." Sold by the Court

After you are burned out The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a Policy to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of property through the rav ravages
ages ravages of the devouring element. Never
mind future regrets. Have some pres present
ent present wisdom. Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss is no trifle.

It costs so little to be well and fully
insured that the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.

We have arranged with the Ivy
poultry people to handle some of their
eggs, and those desiring strictly fresh
eggs may get them for 5 cents per doz dozen
en dozen above the price of ordinary eggs,
so far as the supply goes. These eggs
are put up in cartoons, sealed and con conscientiously
scientiously conscientiously dated, and you will always
find them fresh. Cam's Store.

Who I Xow In m :ev Building,
Corner South First and Magnolia
Street Phone 73

when the astounding claims were first
made for Bucklens Arnica Salve, but
forty years of wonderful cures have
proved them true, and everywhere it is
now known as the best salve on earth
for burns, boils, scalds, sores, cuts,
bruises, sprains. swellings, eczema,
chapped hands, fever sores and piles.
Only 25c. at Tydings & Co.


altesit Ml Sllyfe

I wish to announce that my fall and winter stock
of goods is now in and is very complete, with the
very latest styles and fabrics from the leading mar markets
kets markets of the north.
We call especial attention to the handsome new
line, for men and boys, of
Our line of SHOES, DATS and CAPS for both men
and boys cannot be excelled in the city.
Our line of newest creations in GLOVES, NECK NECKWEAR,
WEAR, NECKWEAR, BELTS, ETC., is one of our specials and is well
worth seeing.
A very pretty line of FANCY VESTS, also DATQ
SWEATERS of all colors and sizes.
All we ask of the public is to let us show them
the goods. Come in to see us.

File Kdtacby Mw ttA

Have you seen the tanks the Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company is mak making
ing making to hold rain water from the roof
of your dwelling? If not. see them.

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and
may be taken with perfect safety by

rtne rrost delicate woman or the young

est child. The old and feeble will also
find them a most suitable remedy for
aiding and strengthening their weak weakened
ened weakened digestion and for regulating the
bowels. For sale by all dealers.


and second old goose, first young gan-



Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes

AGENTS WANTED First class for
this and surrounding counties, for the
"New Standard 1910 Census Atlas of
the World." Agents make MO to $60
per week. Best of terms. Also agents
for low-priced, easy selling Juvenile
and holiday books. Combination oat oat-fit
fit oat-fit postpaid only 20c. 50 per cent com commission
mission commission to agents. Full particulars
free. Address A. B. Kuhlman, pub publisher.
lisher. publisher. 136 West Lake St.. Chicago, HL

J. E. Parker, 2021 No. 10th St., Ft.
Smith, Ark., says that he had taken
many kinds of kidney medicine, but
did not get better until he took Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. No matter how long
you have had kidney trouble, you will
find quick and permanent benefit by
the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start
taking them now. Sold by the Court

Just received, the very latest thing
in mesh bags, drawn together at top
by a chain. Weitie, the Jeweler.

Our Mr. Tompkins has just re returned
turned returned from the markets of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky where he selected in person,
as fine a carload of mules and
horses as was ever brought to the
Ocala Market The stock has ar arrived
rived arrived in first class shape and we
invite you to call at our livery
stables and inspect them. The
prices are as low as is consistent
with first class stock and our guar guarantee
antee guarantee stands back of any trans transaction.
action. transaction. : : : : : :





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Rates Reasonable

Acerican Pfca



Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.

IL R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. R. Benjamin, Editor.


Dr. J. C. Boozer has faith in the Ma Marion
rion Marion County Fair, and right" now, be before
fore before the exhibits of this year are all
out of the buildings, he Is preparing

for next year by saying that he will
give prizes to girls under sixteen who
send the' best specimens of their handi handiwork
work handiwork to the fair.
Dr. D. M. Smith efficiently seconds
Dr. Boozer. He will give proper and
pretty prizes to the girls under twelve
who effectively compete.
Now, if some public-spirited citizen
will come forward with inducements
for the girls from sixteen to eighteen,
the magic number will be complete.


A citizen of Ocala who is well post posted.
ed. posted. on agricultural and business affairs,
and has done his full share toward
making previous fairs a success, sug suggests
gests suggests that the fair association institute
a farm -for the production of exhibits.
Ten acres, highly cultivated, he says,
would be an Immense help as an object
lesson. His suggestion la timely and
practical and should be taken Into se serious
rious serious consideration.


"As soon as a person be begins
gins begins to accumulate money h
begins to take an interest in
living. The very fact that
he can save small amounts
and make them larger makes

him 'hustle' and compels his
interest and attention. In Invest
vest Invest a dollar in our Savings
Department, add to it weekly

or monthly and see how your
efforts will increase. Tve

tried it and know you try







In a 'little more than four months
after the commission of his crime,
Henry Clay Beattie, Jr., one of the
most cruel and treacherous-murderers
ever brought before a court in a civil civilized
ized civilized country, paid the penalty in the
electric chair.
The procedure in his trial, conviction
and execution was such as to make ev every
ery every law-abiding man who loves justice
, wish that other states would closely
follow the example of Virginia.
Beattie was denied none of his
Tights and there was no unseemly
haste, but the trivial excuses that in
other states always retard and often
defeat justice were set aside, and the
criminal was swept to his doom with
an unrelenting sternness which will
prove a grim and awful object lesson
to evil doers in the Old Dominion.
Mercy Is a good thing, but justice is
better, and in their hysterical attempt
to apply the remedy of mercy to the
disease of crime, the sentimental have
played Into the hands of the criminal
and have been guilty of cruel Injus Injustice
tice Injustice toward honest men and women. In
the nature of things, the law can pro

tect only by punishment. It cannot
keep a policeman on every street cor

ner of the city, or forty acre lot of
the country, and it is only the fear

that he will be caught and punished

that can deter the murderer, rapist and
thief from his crime.. In most of the
states, the laws are the object of open

derision, and about the only chance to
punish a man for a great crime is to
lynch Jhim, but if all followed the ex example
ample example of Virginia in the Beattie case,
a great change for the better would
soon be evident. To reform the crim criminal
inal criminal when it is proper and possible, is
good policy, but there is a point be beyond
yond beyond which mercy may not pass with without
out without cruelty to the Innocent.






Mr. John D. Rockefeller denies
seriatim and in toto the charges
Leonldas and Alfred Merrit that
practically stole a railroad and


mense ore properties in Minnesota. It
isn't to be supposed that he would ad admit
mit admit the charge, even if he was guilty.
On the other hand, there are a lot of
people In the United States who are
only too willing to believe Uncle .John
would commit any crime, simply be because
cause because he is rich.


Two of the three men charged with
complicity in the tarring of Miss Mary
Chamberlain, a school teacher, John
Schmidt and Sherril Clark, were found
guilty of assault and battery at Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Center. Kan.. Saturday, while A.
J. Slmms, the third defendant, was ac acquitted.
quitted. acquitted. The Jury was out for nearly
thirty hours. Miss Chamberlain, a
pretty school teacher, near Lincoln
Center, was too popular with the men
to suit some of the ladies of that en enlightened
lightened enlightened community. At the instiga instigation
tion instigation of some of the ladies aforesaid,
the teacher was decoyed to a lonely
- place, stripped and tar poured on her
naked body. It is one of the most dis disgraceful
graceful disgraceful outrages that has ever been
recorded, and why the criminals have
been let off so lightly is difficult to understand.


Says an exchange: "The energetic

woman of the day is taking away a

man s most trusted weapon. v hen a

Chicago professor, in a spirit of deris
Ion and contempt, called women "hens.

hitherto considered one of the worst
epithets to be hurled from the mascu masculine
line masculine armory, the women arose and

promptly pointed out that a hen is in

dustrious, inventive, self-reliant, and

above all. a big money maker and so
comparison became a compliment. The
women were triumphant and the pro-

fessor speechless."

Mrs. Susan A. Ellis and Miss Mary
Affleck have returned from Gainesville,
where they accompanied the remains
of their mother, the late Mrs. Elizabeth
Wllmoth Affleck, who died at her home

here last Friday evening at 6 o'clock

Mrs. Affleck was born in Marianna,
Fla., Jan. 15th, 1833. She was the
daughter of James P. and Susan A.
Tjove. Her father was of Scotch de descent.
scent. descent. Her mother was Susan A. Cobb,

daughter of Dr. Phillip Cobb, who was

the only brother of Gen. Howell and

Xrticy Cobb, of Georgia. .The deceased
Is survived by the two above daugh

ters and four grandchildren, all of

whom reside in the city.

The editor of the Chronicle, who
about seven years ago had a cancer

removed from near his right eye. this

week experienced a return of the trou

ble, which will probably result in' com

pelling him to abandon typesetting al

together. Inverness Chronicle.

The Star hopes the old veteran twill
soon find permanent relief from his af


The Rev. W. II. Coleman preached

an earnest, eloquent sermon yesterday

on the topic of .strong men and what

constituted the same, but unfortunate

ly the weather was such as to try

men's strength to the utmost and con

sequently they were left in too feeble

a condition to go to church. With the!
women, however, the case was differ-1
ent, for thb only members of the weak- j
er sex, yet the weather conditions had
but little influence on their strength
and they turned out in goodly num-
Pastor Coleman took for his" text
Paul's first letter to the" Corinthians,
16-13: "Quit ye like men, be strong."
He said that the church at Corinth
was not only the richest and most
learned' of its time but was the most
wicked, having degenerated into the
basest idoltary, at one time having a
temple in which 1000 females acted as
priests. Physical strength is not the
only qualification of a strong man; a
man m'.ght have the strength of an ox
and yet morally be a weak man, nor
could a man's strength be estimated
by dollars and cents, for tho certain
scientists have declared that the actual
producing value of the average man is
5600, the life of a strong man was
above price.

To be a strong man a man must be

socially pure. The preacher spoke most

earnestly of the man whose life was

forfeited to the state not many hours

ago, because the social impurity of his

life had led him to commit one of the

greatest crimes ever recorded and the

law had declared him a menace to so

ciety. To be a strong man a man must

be utterly unselfish. Selfishness, he

said, was the distinct characteristic of
a hog and was the essential difference

between man and a brute. It not only

took intellect to make a. strong man

but likewise spiritual power. Man to

day has conquered nature; he can con

trol the lightning, harness the floods,

make two blades of grass to grow

where only one was to be found orig

inally, he can mould human thought as
in the work of the school teacher, but
for all that a man is not a strong man

unless his faith rests on the rock of

Christ. He spoke of a church where

32 per cent were men, 18 per cent boys

and JO per cent women, and quoted

some one as saying that there would

not be men enough in heaven to sing

bass. He said that a strong man would

alwavs be found In membership or a

churci of the living God; In Oeala to

day are hundreds of men who never

enter a church, some have, a wife, son

or daughter who is a church member

and living a consistent Christian life

and they appear to think that in the
end they themselves will be redeemed

through the goodness of their family

While every strong man is a saved

man and a member of some church.

yet every churdh member was not
strong man or a saved man. many

man gets Into trouble or meets m
with some great' sorrow and directly
they recall the fact that they are mem members
bers members of a church because many years
before their names were entered on a
church book, and ministers are often
called to officiate at some man's fun funeral
eral funeral of whom judging by his life
they had no knowledge that he had

ever made a profession of Christ, yet

his name was to be found on some old
church record. That man was any anything
thing anything Jut a strong man. Man owes to
his church all that makes him differ different
ent different from the rabble. The strong man
In the church is a man of sympathy, a
man of service and a man of sacrifice;
sympathy for the sorrows and bereave bereavement
ment bereavement of others, willing to give of his
time and means to the work of the
church even tho it entailed a great
sacrifice. The burning shame, the cry crying
ing crying shame of the city of Ocala-was the
indifference of those who profess to
be followers of Christ and members of
his church, and in this he said every
preacher in the city was agreed.
In speaking of the snares and temp temptations
tations temptations in this city laid to destroy the
boys and girls, he said that two they
were known to nearly all present yet
were they unspeakable, and that the
officers of the law whose duty it was
to protect these boys and girls and
remove from their path the terrible
evils placed before them were only
what public sentiment made them. And
until such time as true men, strong
men would sacrifice a part of their
tin e for the benefit of their boys and
girls and fellow citizens, these things
would continue to exist.
It was a soul stirring sermon and
Mr. Coleman was urged to repeat it at
some time when a large attendance of
the men of Oeala could be present.

5 The dispatches report that Italy in
tends to send a fleet thru the Dar

denelles to attack Constantinople, and
that Russia objects to such a demon

stration on the ground that it will be
an infringement on the rights of the
powers, all of whom agreed by the

treaty of Berlin to respect the neu

trality of the Dardanelles and the
Bosphorus.. The Turkish forts at the
mouth of rne straits are very strong,
and some years ago a German officer

who Inspected them reported that he
did not believe any fleet in the world

sould force Its way by them.

"When in jaeKsonvllle stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c
rocm in the city.




Work Contracted for Anywhere la
Florida. No Job Too Large; Neae Too
SinalL Headquarters, Ocala, Fla.

Aanplcfoua Debut of tbe PolbIe White
Hope at the Temple Saturday
The friends of Oscar W. Stuckey are

very well pleased with h$3 perform performance
ance performance at the Temple Theater Saturday

night. The results of a few months of

training show up well on his power powerful
ful powerful and healthy frame and in the skill
with which he swings his tremendous
The management did not have the
best chance for a good house Saturday

night, as the date had been twice

changed and came right after the fair,
at a time when most people were tired

and temporarily broke. Nevertheless,

there were over two hundred present,
and under favorable conditions there
would have been five hundred.
There is a prejudice in many quarters
again.?t boxing exhibitions, and an im

pression that these are witnessed only

by a tough element. The house at the
Temple Saturday night however was
made up entirely of the business and

professional men of Ocala and other

places, including visitors from Tampa,

Jacksonville and other towns. If the
tough element was present it was too
much Jn the minority to be noticeable,
and there was certainly nothing in the
exhibition to gratify its tastes. There

were some ladies in the audience Mr.

and Mrs. A I'. Stuckey, the young

champion's parents, and Mrs. Belle
Dean occupied one of the corner boxes,

Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith had two of

the dress circle seats, and Mrs. Leon-

hardt, wife of Mr. Stuckey's trainer,
was also present. About the time the
bout began, Mr. Stuckey, senior, gave

up his seat in the box to Mayor Rob

ertson, and went into the dress circle,

from which he watched the perform

ance with close interest and Intense

satisfaction. Next to his parents, Mr.

Stuckey's most interested watcher was

probably Dr. Smith, who helped the

future champion into the world about
a score of years ago and has doctored

him through most of his boyish sick

ness since. It is probable that the

great majority of the audience was

made up of personal friends of the

young fighter or his parents, and it is
worthy of mention that among his

most devoted admirers were a number

of dark-hued men on the colored peo

ple's side of the gallery turpentine
hands among whom a large proportion

of his boyhood had been spent

Everybody was interested in Stuck Stuck-Js
Js Stuck-Js opponent Frank Lyens, a tre

mendously big man and veteran boxer

from New York. He seemed the least

concerned man present, and moved

around with the careless uiconcern of

a well-fed and somewhat drowsy lion

His placid expression and amiable

manner bespoke anything in the world

but a prizefighter.

It was about 10:30 when the exhibi

tlon began. It was presided over and

conducted by Mr. Charles Leonhardt
of Jacksonville, a scientific trainer in

physical culture and a man well versed
in the rules of the ring. Mr. Leon

hardt has won considerable reputation
as a middleweight, and could undoubt

edly put up a mighty good scrap him

self if he was called on. He is Stuck

ey's trainer and he managed affairs

Saturday night with an efficiency tha
showed he was well versed in his bus
While the two big men were strip

ping for the fray, a Uttle preliminary

entertainment was given by Dick Gil

bert and Kid Nelson. Gilbert, who is

a middleweight of some note, tuned

himself up by putting in some minutes

at skipping the rope, and his perform
ance would have excited the envy o
any schoolgirl who ever attained pro

flciency in the exercise. He swung the

cord almost jtoo fast for it to be seen

and never missed it once.

Kid Nelson is a lively 'lightweigh
scrapper and when he pranced ou

against Gilbert, he looked like

mosquito charging a hornet. But Gil

bert was an amiable hornet, and let

the little man punch him all over, oc

casionally however spinning him
around with a tap that would have

sent hr ordinary citizen to grass.

Mr. Leonhardt haying asked if any

one in the audience desired -to box

three rounds with Gilbert, Frank Mil

ler, a local fistic artist, stepped into
the ring. He didn't come out as well
with Gilbert as. Nelson and became

slightly peeved.
These little preliminaries over.

roar of applause went up as Stuckey

and Lyens stepped over the ropes and

sat down in their respective corners

The remaining preparations were soon

concluded, and the two big men stood

up for their bout.

Stuckey, tall and straight, looked as
strong and healthy as a young Florida

pine. Judging by the color of his skin

under which the powerful and ye

growing muscles rippled, he was In th
very pink of condition.

His friends couldn't help feeling

some apprehension, tho. when they

looked at the other man. Not quit

so tall as Stuckey, and not extraordi

narily large from his waist down, his
chest and shoulders fairly bulged with

tremendous muscles. His every move

ment wajs made with the careless ease
of the trained fighter, and it looked

like it would be impossible for any

thing on two feet to etand up to the

blows of his sledgehammer fists.

The.Jeporter is not sufficiently vers
ed in boxing to give a technical de

scription of the bout. From the very

first, Stuckey surprised his friends. He

was very light on his feet and wonder

fully quick with his hands. He hard

ly noticed his opponent's blows and

landed many of his own. At the en

of each round, he sat down for a few
seconds, and then sprung to bis feet as
fresh as ever to resume the bout. He
seemed to have very much the best of
the bout, pushing Lyens to the ropes
several times and only going there
once or twice himself. He was remark remarkably
ably remarkably quick at giving a blow and
dodging a return. His tremendous
long reach was not in full evidence at
a boxing exhibition, but in a real fight
it will make him a terror.
Of course, the two giants were only
playing with each other, and put com comparatively
paratively comparatively little strength into their
blows, but if one of their playful taps
had landed on an ordinary man it
would have knocked him thru the
There was no official announcement
of the result, but at the end of the
bout Stuckey's friends were well
satisfied with his performance, consid considering
ering considering that he had much the best of it,
and gave him enthusiastic encourage encouragement.
ment. encouragement. Lyens, being a stranger, came short
on applause, but he deserved credit
for his good work. He went thru the
bout like it was everyday business,
with a good-humored expression on
his face, and quietly withdrew when
the scrap was over. Many present ex expressed
pressed expressed an earnest desire to see him
in a genuine prize fight.
As soon as the performance was ov ov-er,
er, ov-er, Mr. Leonhardt and wife, and

Gnve CMldlireini Cleaim


Dear Madam:

Perhaps you are still using raw, germ-laden
milk, bought from the milkman daily. There are
millions of others like you. It is hard to change
customs a thousand years old.
But you know that danger always lurks in raw
milk. There are millions of germs in e .ch s,
fuL You know there are many tubercular cows.
And you know, or should know, that most infant
mortality is caused by the germs in milk.
You know that pure milk is our greatest food
problem. That millions are coming to pasteur pasteurized
ized pasteurized milk. Within a few years, beyond any ques question,
tion, question, raw milk will be as rare a food as raw meat
is today. And for the same reason the danger
of germ infection.
In the meantime we urge and physicians urge
that you give children a germless milk.
Done Simply by Heat
This is how milk is made utterly sterile at all
the Van Camp dairies.
In the first place the dairies are sanitary. The
cows are inspected. Cleanliness is carried to
The milk is all tested. Then; while fresh from
the cows, Jt is put in a copper vacuum. There,
without scalding the milk, we evaporate two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the water.
Then the milk is sealed up in cans. Then each
can is pasteurized by heat. The milk then is
utterly sterile absolutely free from germs.

Nothing whatever is added no sugar, mo
preservative. Nothing but water is taken out.
When you replace tbe water, the milk is the same
as it came from the cows, save for the sterilisation.
America's Finest Milk
We have dairies in seven states, each in tbe
heart of a great dairying section. They are
supplied with high-bred Holstein cows.
To bring this milk to you in perfect condition
we employ famous Dutch and Swiss experts. We
have spent $100,000 in the past seven years to
perfect our dairy processes.
The result Is the finest milk produced in Amer Americaequal
icaequal Americaequal to the milks of Switzerland. Please
note that. Whatever your prejudice against
"canned milk," you will never in the world taste
better milk than Van Camp's.
Like Using Cream
The milk comes to you as thick as thick
cream. For coffee and cereals most people dilute
it. It is 28 per cent solids, 8 per cent butter fat.
In coffee it tastes like the richest, cream. On
cereals it tastes like sterilized cream. In cooking
it gives you a richness and flavor never obtained
from raw milk.
Not because of anything added. This Is simply
the whole rich milk. That flavor is only tbe.
natural taste of whole milk.
Milkman's milk separates, so you rarely get the
whole milk. Butter fat rises and solids fall.
When that milk gets to the cooking it is rarely

more than half-milk. That's an the di

But just ncte from one milk dish ha

that makes.'

A Cow in the Pantry
You can buy, if you wish, a month's supply at
a time. Have rich milk and cream alw-ys on
hand an that you want with none ever left over.
For the opened can keeps until you use it up.
Imagine what it means to have milk and cream
for a month, all stored on the pantry shelf. Think
what you are losing in convenience alone by buy
ing from hand to mouth.
Saves About Half
Now comes the strangest fact. This' ideal
whole, rich and sterile, costs less than mitt mitt-wagon
wagon mitt-wagon milk. This Holstein milk, from model
dairies, less than milk from mongrel cows.
We save you the cost cf the milkman's daily
dehvery. That costs more than the milk,' And
we.sav you alt the waste. In the average noma
the use of Van Camp's cuts milk bills right in two.
We are milking 30,000 cows per day to supply
the demand for this milk. Won't you learn why
so many use it?

Tbe 16-oz. can a full
pint of Van Camp's
costs 10 cents. The 6-oz.
can costs 5 cents. That's
with two-thirds the water
evaporated. Your grocer
gets it from our nearest

Van Camp Packing Co
Indianapolis, lad.

Van Camp's Milk
EvapomtcSterilized Unsweetened

Messrs. Lyens, Gilbert and Nelson
packed up and left for Jacksonville.
Mr. Stuckey remained for a day or so
longer, the guest of his parents at

Oak, but will soon return to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to resume the work he has begun

so well. It must be remembered that

he is only a boy yet and has had com

paratively little "training, and with a

couple of years yet for his muscles and
skill to fully develop, his friends have
a reason to believe that he will prove

his right to world-fame.


Ocala, Fla., Nov. 25, 1911.
Mr. H C. Jones, Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir J have read with much Jn Jn-terest
terest Jn-terest your pommunication to- the cit citizens
izens citizens of Ocala in regard to the fiiffer fiiffer-ent
ent fiiffer-ent questions now before he pity. J
regret very piuh that you dealt with
the question of electricity so briefly,
and consider your statement in this
respect inadequate.
As you know, our company had a
proposition before the city council
wherein they proposed to sell the city
current at three cents, with" a reduc reduction
tion reduction of two cents per. kilowatt hour.
The city council saw fit not to accept
this proposition, andj as I understand
it, the city, council, representing the
interests of Ocala. rejected it in the
interest of the city, and, I understand,
for the reason that the city could
make power much cheaper than we
proposed tp furnish it.
I would like to know from you, in a
public statement, if you favor' fhe city
naming such power rates as will (ena (enable
ble (enable enterprising citizens to establish
new industries in Ocala, and I would
like to know In particular from you, If
you, as a member of the city eouncll,
are in favor of naming a cheap rate
to a new ice company. As you prob probably
ably probably know, several of the citizens of
Ocala have contemplated, if we brought
our power here, installing an Ice fac factory
tory factory and selling ice to the people at a
much lower rate. Unless the city coun council
cil council is willing to name this pqmpany a
low rate, it will be impossible .o es establish
tablish establish a new Ice factory in Ocala, as
the company, buying fuel at the mar market
ket market price, would not be able to make
ice and compete with the present com company,
pany, company, which gets Its fuel at a very
cheap rate.
However, if the city council would
name a rate equal to that which the
Florida Power Company would be wil willing
ling willing to name, were It supplying Ocala,
there is no question but what another
ice factory would be established In the
very near future, to he SF? benefit
of the citizens of Ocala.
Yours very truly,
R. Of Gamp.
President Florida Power Co.



Tea is the chief refreshment and ladies
who buy their tea" here praise it with without
out without stint. -In fact, we have made a
reputation for the high qualities of our
rich teas and coffees, both of which are

having large sales among the best
families. : : : :



This fall our stock will be more complete than ever.
New goods arerriying daily. j
Some new goods just in:

Florida land for light, five-passenger
automobile. Car must be in first class
cor iit ion. Call on or write. J. "W.
H wd, D., Ocala. Fla.

Three nights" a week Monday. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday for boys and girls
who cannot attend day school. Hours
from 7 to 9 p. m. $5 for four weeks.
Taught by George C. Looney. School
room at 62 Fort King avenue. Ocala,
Florida. Direct, personal assistance to
each pupil.

Ladies' and misses sweaters at
Rheinauer & Co.

Phone 2iSS

Meat Pastp in Tubps.
Purep Fpfs ras
Pure? qf Partridgp.
Puree of Quail.
Puree of Pheasant.
Puree of Thrush.
Truffle Liver Sausage.
Sardines in Glass.
Russian Caviar.
Consomme Cubes.

Soup Squares.
Anchovie Pastel
Bloater Paste.
Roquefort Cheese,
f-hvfss Cheese,
Idmburger Cheese.
Sap Sago Cheese
Many Others too
Numerous to Mention.

Pi men toes.
Crosse & Black well's Line.
' pf Pickles and Cpndjmenta,
Dill, Cuoumber and Sweet
Mixed Pickles.
Red, White and Green Maraschino
Cherries, with and without

ROYAL SCARLET Fruits and Vegetables are packed on the grounds where they r,re

grown. When you get Royal Scarlet ggpds you can always be sure of QUALITY.

2 PHONES, 16 AND 174


pcala,Fla., Nov. 29. 1911.
To the Stockholders of the" Commer

cial Banlc of Ocala: Notice is hereby
given, that the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Commercial Bank

of Ocala will be held at the offices of

the company at Ocala, Florida, on

Tuesday, the 2th day of December,

1911, at 12 o'clock noon.
In .addition to the regular business
to be transacted, notice Is 'given that
an amendment to the charter of the
company, to-wit: Article five thereof,
by changing the date of the annual
meeting frpm the fourth Tuesday In
Pecmber of each year, to the secqnd
Tuesday In January of each yeaFt Wi!

be proposed.

By order of the president.
Oeo. J. Blitch. Cashier.

quality, and is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand tall
line of Buggies, Carriages.' Wagons,
Automobiles, iafness and Leather
Goods and all kinds of up-tq-date
Farming Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of leather or gpes
to make farming a pleasure. Call on
us when In need we will eliminate,
your troubles.

Your druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Pro
truding Piles In 6 to 14 days. 50c

Style fqr 1312 wall paper Just receiv received.
ed. received. Will be pleased to' show samples.
Phone 21 or call, room 5, Masonic block.
Joseph Dodge, the Decorator. 11-21-tf

C r.

WANTED Active man in each local

ity to join this society and introduce

our memberships. Eick, accident, death
benefits. $50 to $500 monthly. Bos
XX-292, Covington, Ky.

Of Application for Pardea
Notice Is hereby given that the un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. Sheriff Blye, will apply to
the Honorable Pardoning Board at
Tallahassee, Florida, on the 4th .day of
December, A. D. 1911, for a pardon from
a conviction and sentence by the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida,
dated the 15th day of May, 1908. where wherein
in wherein he was convicted of an assault with
attempt to murder Lizzie Blye and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to a term of ten years In the
state prison. The said offense occurred
at Home's still, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, November 27th, 1907, and the con conviction
viction conviction thereof was had at Ocala, Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county, Florida, on May 15th. 1908.
Sheriff Blye,



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In the choice of a bank these facts are worthy of
your consideration.
Ipp!? 0MmtrdtI Strait



J UuvJUzi

I have just received a carload

of Tennessee horses and mules for

all purposes. Farm, Turpentine,

Lumber Mules, single and matched
animals. They are exceptionally

fine and splendid values for the

prices asked. Call and see them

before the drove is broken.
mm j mighols.
Also Sales Stables at Inverness and Wildwood.

mm ffiiiRBfre



Get It from Beck; get It right.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Moose meet Thursday evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.

Thursday next is Thanksgiving day.

Tally cards that have never been
used at the Court Pharmacy.

C. Culbreath of Bushnell was a-t the
Montezuma Saturday night.

BaKery by telephone.

to Carter's

Senator I. N.. Withers of Lady
was at the Montezuma Sunday.


Men's shoes, style and quality guar guaranteed,
anteed, guaranteed, at Rheinauer's.

Henry Beville of Bushnell was at the
Montezuma Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Crom came
from Gainesville last night.


Col W. N. Camp was taken very ill

Wednesday evening, after his return
from the fair, in which he had taken
a most Interested pari. He continued
sick but his condition was not consid considered
ered considered serious until yesterday afternoon,
when he became much worse. He has
been unconscious for the last twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours and his condition causes
grave apprehension.


Mr. Fletcher Yonge, a nephew of Mr.
Ft. E. Yonge of this city, and a son of
Mr. Chandler Yonge of Tampa, was
married at 7 o'clock Saturday eve evening
ning evening to Miss Alice, the youngest
daughter of Mrs. D. J. BurnetL The
marriage was performed at the resi residence
dence residence of Mr. and Mrs. Walter C.
Yonge in the first ward and Rev. J.
B. Ley of the Methodist church per performed
formed performed the ceremony.
Mr. Yonge has been in the employ of
Mr. Walter Yonge, in his
business, for som time and Miss Bur Burnett
nett Burnett was also in his employ, having
charge of the books and accounts in
the office, and it was the natural con consequence
sequence consequence that the two young p-iople
should fall in love with each other.
They are a fine young couple and
the Star wishes them all manner of
happiness in their new life.

Guild baraar and oyster supper will
be held at Elks' hall Tuesday, Dec. 5th.

Mr. E. Baker of Butte, Mont,
the Montezuma.

is at

Ready to wear garments for ladies
and children at Rheinauer's.

Colored paper for decorating at the
Ocala News Co.




Mm. Horse, a Relative f the Florida
Hornes Fatally Injured
Moultrie, Ga., Nov. 25. Mrs. Michael
Home, wife of a prominent citizen of
this county living near Norman Park,
was fatally burned this morning. She
was assisting in scalding some hogs
that were being butchered and ap approaching
proaching approaching too near the fire, her dress
became ignited on account of the high
wind blowing. Her lover limbs were
burned to a crisp before the flames
could be extinguished. While she is
still alive no hope is entertained for
her recovery Savannah News.
Mrs. Home is the wife of Mr. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell Home, a younger brother to Mr.
Lewis Home. the well-known and
much regretted citizen of Ocala. who
died some two years ago.

"what Wonderful iiargaivs-

That'M What Everybody Saya Who
Attenda Prank's Stapendou
Clotting; Oat Sale

If you want to find a good boarding
house at reasonable rates, call up the
Star office.

Mr. George Pritchett of Candler has
entered the Fhi Sigma College a sa

Ready to wear garments for ladies
and children in late stylesat Rheinauer's.

Mr. James Scott, a citizen of Brit British
ish British Columbia, Is visiting friends in









All who, have pictures are taking
them to the Ocala News Co.. to have

them frvned.

Never in all its history has Ocala be beheld
held beheld the like of this great money money-saving
saving money-saving event. Far from the interest
abating it seems to grow greater day
by day as more and more phenomenal
bargains are placed on sale.
Just think of it! The finest rugs, art
spreads, lace curtains, towels, and yard
goods of every description are to be

t the Elks' hall on Tuesday, Dec. had for the most insignificant figure

5th, the (Suilds of Grace 'chjlfcb will imaginable. Prices have dropped to
give an oyster sup'per and sale. There rock bottom, and thriftv people of

will be oysters raw. stewed and fried miles around are reaping a rich har-

and coffee and rolls, also a fancy work vest of most amazing money savings.

booth where pretty things for the The best part of it is the fact that the

'baby' will be found and Christmas I goods on sale are not cheap job-lot

gifts. There will also be booths for I merchandise made for special sales

the sale of cake and fine French candy, but the regular stock of high grade,

Don't forget the date, as has bfen ad- very desirable and absolutely reliable
vertised for the last fortnight, Tues-j merchandise, for which onlv recently

day. Dec. 5th, from 4 to 11 p. m.


everybody was glad to pay regular

Don't let your neighbors secure all

of the choicest bargains point your

feet tomorrow in the direction of
i Frank's and see that you get the share

you are entitled to.

Saturday night there was a large
crowd out to see the pictures at the
Air Dome in spite of the cool weather.
The pictures were all good, and every everyone
one everyone was perfectly comfortable.
The end that was open was closed

Monday, ana there win not ie, a more j Following is the program

comfortable place in town, as two big! Temple this evening:


at the

Mr. J. J. Marshall of the A. C L.

ticket office, spent Sunday night at his
home at Candler.

If It's a "Lucky Curve" fountain pen
It's a good one. We have any style
you want at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. W. K. Zewadski, Jr., came up
from Tampa Saturday for a short visit
to his parents in this city.

If you want pictures or pictures
framed, call at the Ocala News Co.
while visiting the fair.

Mr. S. A. Rawls of Jacksonville was
in the city Saturday and Sunday, a
guest of the Qcala, House,

AiJ of the season's latest novelties
oan be found in our dress goods de department.
partment. department. Rheinauer & Co,

coal heaters will be placed in the in in-closure.
closure. in-closure. The picture of the Giants and the
Athletics playing for this year's cham championship
pionship championship will be shown next Thursday
and Friday nights. These are excel excellent
lent excellent pictures and should be seen by
The program for tonight is as fol follows:
lows: follows: In the Right of Way. A thrilling
railroad story.
Stub's New Servant. A good comic.
The Wonderful Eye. A Biograph
picture of merit.
Mistrust. A beautiful drama.

The Revolving Doors.
The Opium Smuggler.
Bill in Love Again.
Jones' Remedy.


The coming of- that great comedy
success, The Chorus Lady," will be
heralded with delight by the patrons
of the Temple Theater, where she will
appear Wednesday evening, the 29th.
What is more wholesome than good
humor? There is lots of that In "The
Chorus Lady" and Patricia O'Brien,
with her stage slang Is a delight to the

ear. The famous dressing room act is

one of the cleverest scenes ever at

tempted on the stage, and shows the

Edward E. Rose's play, 'The Ros j chorus room of the Broadway Theater,

ary, is being revived m tne Lyceum .ew lorK, witn tne girls getting into

Theater this week. That the piece has j their eostumes for the night's per-

a firm hold on the. public was shown j formance

by the fact that the opening perform-


L, C. Hester. O. P. Hester and D. B.
Barton of Wllllston, were at the Mon Montezuma
tezuma Montezuma Sunday.

FOUND A ring with three small
keys and a bottle opener, attached to

a belt hook. Call at Star office.





Their hand gome new model Ford cars at the following most

astounding prices

Tourina Car, 5-Passenaer . $740

Delivery Waaon 750

Torpedo Runabout T 640
Ooen Runabout 640

Roadster - 40

fd cars are fully equipped and prices are delivered in
Ocala. Stop one of qur new cans whereever you see it, and

ask for a demonstration. If interested, leave fi call for us at

the Star office, or drop a card in tne Ocala postothce,


Mules and Horses


The members of the Choral Society

will please remember that this even evening
ing evening at 8 o'clock is the meeting hour.

FOB RjgNT Tw nicely furnished

rooms to rent on Fort King avenue

during the fair. Apply to the Star of


The reading club will meet with Mrs.

Walter Hood Tuesday afternoon at 3

The latest fabrics of the eastern

mills and also many imported designs
in our dress goods department. Rhetor

auer & Co.

ust received, carload of bananas, 15

eents per doen, special price by the

buneh, g. A, Moses & Bro.

Boy's shoes, the kina

longest, at Rheinauer's.

ance drew one of the largest Sunday
matinee audiences the Lyceum has had
this season, while the place was pack packed
ed packed Sunday night.
"The Rosary" Is essentially a char character
acter character study of a priest, and, therefore,
Its effectiveness depends to a large ex extent
tent extent on the interpretation, given this

character. In Harrington Reynolds,

Messrs. Rowland and Clifford the pres present
ent present producers of 'The Rosary," have

found an actor well suited to the Tole
of Fr. Brian Kelly in every, way. He
invests the part with just tie proper

amount of diarnitv and reserve. The

salutary influence of such a eharaeter.

played as Mr. Reynolds playa It, cannot
be questioned. Miss Eleanor Knight,

n the dual role of Vera Wilton and

her twin sister, Alice Marsh, shows

. a a a

some dramatic aoiuiy. tawm an

nlays the husband. Bruce Wilton, and

Walter Fenner, the "serpent ," Ken-

ward Wright.

Rowland and Clifford made a wise

selection when they picked Billy
Champ for the comedy rale of Lee

Martin, or "Skeeters." as he is known.
He is a natural comedian, and easily
carries off second honors. Miss Mabel
Haven, as Lesura Watkins, "from Bel Bel-Iqws
Iqws Bel-Iqws Falls,- was an excellent fbll.

There is no need to repeat the story

of 'The Rosary." Lyceum patrons are

familiar with it through Its previous

visits to the playhouse, and if there are
any playgoers in Detroit who have not

seen the play, no matter what their re-



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yen nave yrnomev

When you marry the girl of your choice a bank account will com
in handy. Besides the man who saves his money is thought mora of
by his employer and is given the position of responsibility over tha

man who spends all he makes.
We will pay you four per cent. Interest on the money you put
our bank and compound the interest every six months.

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H. D. STOKES, Cashier.


W. D. Howard and wife, Montgom Montgomery;
ery; Montgomery; Wm. T. Mills, St. Louis; T. W.
Thompson, New York; J. C. Whitmore,
New Orleans; Wm. Reeder, Geo. Green Greenfield,
field, Greenfield, New York; C. M. Athey, Balti Baltimore!
more! Baltimore! Mrs. M. E. McBride, New Or Orleans;
leans; Orleans; J. S. Worth, North Carolina;
Dudley Chipley, Asheville; A, N. Good Good-wyn.
wyn. Good-wyn. Lake Butler; O. C. Parker, New
Decatur, Ala.; H. L. Mark, agent "The
Rosary" Co.; C. P. Rogers, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Herman Gunter, Tallahassee; R.
J. Baker, Homosassa; E. S. Mitchell,
Atlanta; Jos. W. Farris, Jr., .Hannibal,
Me.; J. Thomas Lester, Jacksonville: E.
L. Magri, Lynchburg, Va.;. Charles Le Le-eonhart
eonhart Le-eonhart and wife, Jacksonville; Frank
Lyvers, Jacksonville; S. A. Rawls,
Jacksonville; S. Strauss, New York;'R.
II. McDougald, Sarasota; Louis Lamb.
Robert Jones, D. C. Bodcap, Louisville;
J. Allen Russell. Crawfordsville, Ky.;
Alice E. Evans, Orange Springs; J. II.
White. Jacksonville'; E. L. Walsh, Bir Birmingham;
mingham; Birmingham; Walter O'Connor, New Or Orleans;
leans; Orleans; E. Winnans, Topeka, Ky.; Mr.
and Mrs. R. R. Windhorst, Tampa; E.
B. Dolaii, Chicago; E. W. Bergwer,
Gainesville; A. Hardaker, Kathleen; T.
F. Smith, Woodstock; Dudley Chipley,
Ashville; M.- C. Driggers, Gainesville.

that wear

Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb sold this

morning to Mr. C. E. Melton of Mic Mic-anopy,
anopy, Mic-anopy, for use at his business place at

Capitola, eight head of fine mules.

WANTED Frying size chickens.

pay good price. Charles Rodoff, Keat-


Sheriff Galloway still has a circus

on his hands and his friends are clam

oring for him to give a performance

and let them all in fr?-.

Serve PLEZOL to your family.
. gerve PLEZOL ta your friends.

When you are down town drink


Mr. J. G. Fleming, after a pleasant
visit to his friends in Ocala, left yes

terday for his home In Columbus, O.

The handsomest stock of new style

rugs, mattings and carpets In Rhein

auer's carpet department.

Miss Stone wlib Is to be at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church tonight, arrived today
from Dade City. Miss Stone is a life
long teacher and when time permits
is always invited to address colleges
or schools in the city in which she is
visiting. Arrangements are being
made to have her address the Ocala
schools If her visit admits of the time.
During her stay in Ocala she will be
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pack Pack-ham.
ham. Pack-ham. Don't forget to be at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church tonight at 7:30 sharp.

Mrs. J. R. Moorhead reports that all
the exhibits at the fair contributed by
the young ladies In the Boozer contest
have been returned to their owners ex except
cept except one. That one was a picture
drawn from memory by Miss Vivienne
Eycleshimer of Dr. Boozer and the two
pretty calves given by the doctor as

prizes. It was such a good picture that

it was thought appropriate to frame
it and present it to the doctor, who
highly, appreciates it.

Mr. Will. Bullock, who has been so
ill with appendicitis for several days,
was taken to the hospital yesterday
and operated on this morning. The

operation was successful and it is con

fidently believed he will be out In
about two weeks. Dr. Rogers, the spe

cialist from Jacksonville, performed

the operation, and was assisted by
several Ocala physicians.

Mrs. J. R. Moorhead requests that

the ladies who have fair exhibits yet
remaining at her residence, call tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning and obtain them.

Rev. W. H. Coleman is feeling good

today. He Is the winner of the sec second
ond second grand prize in the $2000 fishing

contest of Feld and Stream for the

ligious affiliations may be they could I & g

not ao Deiier man visit me tcuwi

this week. Detroit Times.

The Rosary will be shown In the

lyceum course at the 1-emple next

Monday night. Holders of lyeeum tick

ets take notice.

a $50 rel. and the fl3h with vrhich he
won it, a 9-pound. 14-ounce bass, was
caught in Orange Lake last summer.


The ladles of the Auxiliary Hospital

Board extend their hearty thanks to

the management of the Marion County
Fair Association for their cordial co cooperation
operation cooperation on "Hospital Day" and
throughout the fair; tothe Ocala Lum Lumber
ber Lumber & Supply Co. for lumber loaned and
hauled for the hospital booth; to the
firms of Smith & Roberts and Theus Theus-Zachry
Zachry Theus-Zachry for loaning and hauling furni

ture used in hosnital booth: to the

Ocala Electric & Supply Co. for loan

ing and installing electric lights and

plumbing fixtures; to the Ocala Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Co. for Installing and use of
phone; to the Messrs. Collier for all
hauling; .to Mr. Fausett for offer of
tent, and last, but not least, to every
one of, the ladies who so kindly gave
us their time and enthusiastic help .in
making Hospital Day" such a finan financial
cial financial success

The Colonial Hotel located on Ua-

nolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located between the Seaboard

Air Line and Atlantic Coast Una

stations and within one block of

the government building and poatof poatof-fice.
fice. poatof-fice. This hotel has recently barn
thoroughly remodeled and modernised
in every particular. Price, fllttf.
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 In one

and $5,000 In two years at t par cant.

interest. If you mean business, coma

to see me or write for particulars and

photographs. It will not be Ions; on

the market. I have the sola agency

for the sale of the Colonial.


MoatessiMa Block Ocala.


We can supply you with pure lea for
all purposes, whether yonr require-,
ments are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.



Society In, Ocala has gained an ac accomplished
complished accomplished member in Miss Bess May


151 Ul SUIIlC IlVtC. Jlisa i
May be sen in my window. Figures of her parents, jP. and Mrs. C. T. Mac Mac-Caruso,
Caruso, Mac-Caruso, Melba -and all the Teally great Lane are recent arrivals of a few

weeks ago. Miss MacLane will give a

singers are shown. These display cards

cost the Victor Company $5000 to

make. See me for latest records and

needles, A. M. Lansford,
No. 3, North Main St.

reading at the reception Wednesday
afternoon given by Mrs. J. E. Chace.


Half of front store doweatalra at the
Woodmar block, next to Tfcena-Zacaery
Furniture honne, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Bennett, with Ocaln
Plumbing: A Electric Company.

Mrs. Marcus Frank and little daugh

ter, Dorothy, left today for bavannan,

where they will spend a few days
visiting Mrs. Frank's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus.

The study class of the Woman's
Club will meet at the club rooms to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.


A handsome and stylish young mare
for sale. If you want a good, highly
bred animal, call on or phone H. D.

Mr Hugh Nichols sold a fine driv

ing horse this morning from his lotm

West Exposition street, which was
sent to South Florida.

Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk spent yester

day and today in Tampa on legal bus


Have just received
fye carloads of
Mules and Horses
which will be sold
at reasonable
prices. Call and
see us at
Carmichaers Stables

Special Low Price for Cash or Credit.


calla, Florida.

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For coughing, dryness and tickling
n the throat, hoarseness and all

coughs and colds, take Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. Contains no

opiates. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. B. Curland. of New York City, ari

experienced clothing man, has arrived

in the city and will take a position
with his brother-in-law, Mr. Nathan

Goldman for the winter.


An onen-buggy' with extra back

seat in first class condition; good rub

ber tires and newly painted. Apply

to phone 187.

Do You Get

I Full Measure



and rheumatism, both ir. men and wo- yeu you bUV Peas, BeailS,
men. mean kidney trouble. Do not al-

law ft to orogress beyond the reach of Cranberries. -btC.S lie SUXe

medicine but stop In promptly with .ii.- A rl
Foley Kidney Pills. They reguate the yOU are getting dry ailQ IlOt

action of the -urinary organs. Tonic in

action, quick in results.
Court Pharmacy.

Editor Bart Corley of Leesburg pass passed
ed passed thru the city yesterday, on his way
to Gainesville, to see his little son. He
returned in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fitch, who have
been the guests of Mrs. Fitch's parents,
CoL and Mrs. W. N. Camp, returned o
their home in Chicago Saturday afternoon.

LOST A pointer puppy, five months

old, white with brown head and ears

and brown spot on back. Return same

to 61 Sanchez street and receive reward.

The three huge floors of our store

are filled w'th exclusive merchandise
values and novelties. Our buyers are

constanatly on the look out for good
things for our patrons. Rheinauer &

You don t have to take calomet if

you buy a bottle of Nyal's Liver Stim Stimulator.
ulator. Stimulator. This is a medicine put up by

a reputable pharmaceutical manufac

turer, and sold under a positive guar

antee. It is true to the name, stim

ulating the liver, at the same time as assisting
sisting assisting it in its natural action. Sold

in Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore

Sold by the


A neat, new cottage for rent, pos

session Dec. ist. Appiy to KZ. ti.

Thomas, Marion Hardware Co.

liquid measure,

Liquid measure contains 10

quarts to the peck, dry meas

ure 8 quarts to tlie peck.

We use DRY measure for

There are a wo lilnos of Chill Tonli the above articles.


You eret full weight ana

chill tonic is guaranteed f uli measure if you trade at





Mr. Arthur Williams returned to his
home at Charlotte Saturday. Mrs. Wil Williams
liams Williams will remain with her uncle and
aunt, -Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs, until
after Christmas.

Every family that has children Is
liable to have croup; invariably at
night If Ballard's Horehound Syrup

is kept in the house, it saves going

after the medicine at an inconvenient

time and checks the attack promptly,

Price. 25c. 50c and fl. Sold by all


Fire in the roof of Mr. Stephen B.

Long's residence, out on Dougherty

street a little after noon today brought
the fire department out. The blaze was
put out with little trouble and not
much dam3ge.

white; star transkeb oo.
collier bros proprietors

Baggage, Freight, Pianos. Farnltnr
end Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Gii en All Order.


W urn wa.'A
( S OCALA, FLA. 1 C 1
II 2-1 W4 Cmn wt 8nclKy. I II
A Ask Us for PrteM Bfw. II
Pwrehaslit Ml S, II


Will Produce More Milk Tin Amy
Feed oa the Market Call Vm
Up, Faoae Jfw 8

Baxter Cam's.

Handsome lace curtains of all de

signs at Rheinauer's, second floor.

rsothlng in the wor:d win give you
relief for that cough like Astyptoden

Trokeys. The Court Pharmacy.


W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.

Ivusfns Men's Favorite Place Reop

ened bj r -Veteran.

There is little danger from a cold
or from an attack of grip except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has won
Its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable cures of colds and
grip and can be relied upon with Im Implicit
plicit Implicit confidence. For sale by all dealers.

Foloy Kidney WJg-
Give prompt relief from BACKACII2


BLADDER and all annoying URRIARf
IRREGULARITDZS. A poaithra boon t

Men wanted to learn the barber

trade. An important announcement
I just now. We teach by free work and

save years of apprenticeship. roois
given. Wages in finishing department-
. &.

No better work. Job always -waning.

See our offer. Moler Barber College

Atlanta, Ga.

B. A. Davis. 627 Washington SL, CooimPIi

La ia his 85th year. HawriU-aa: "IMTS
raffared touca from say kidaaya aad bla4

had asvera backachea aa bs kidney aattaa


Aar I

mnm tnn frannaBt. eansine mm 1

mk nirht. and ia mv bladder there

..(n I link Tolav Kidner Pills fori

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TLfi aiandiivln7'1'1"7






I have just received a carload of
six of the pretty new Maxwell
Messenger Gars. These are the
new 1912, 16 horse power, two
cylinder Cars. They are equipped
with splendid tops, gas lamps and
tank. Delivered in Ocala for $635.
Most of these cars are already placed and it will
be some time before another carload is received
so see me at once if you want one. They are
the best value on earth in Automobile Runabouts
and their reputation here is what sells them.
Distributor for Maxwell Cars.


We have in out large stcre, almost every
thing you could wish for to furnish your
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high grad?s, with all of the furnish,
ings that go with the line. Out stock of
hardware is complete and the tools materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line of office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.

MWf &


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White, Wile & Warner, makers of the famous W-W-W Ring, au authorize
thorize authorize the retailer to sell their Rings with an absolute guarantee of
satisfaction. This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex (except
cept (except diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every
detail. If you wish to buy a ring that will give you entire satisfaction
and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W rings. Look for
the mark W-W-W on the inside. W-W-W rings guaranteed solid gold.
Makers of Rings "Sn Which the Stones Do Stay In"
Buffalo, N. Y.
A. E. BURNETT, Agjot
A Large Selection of Riims to Select From


Too won't mind carving tbat bird if yon nave a carving
knife that will "carve."
You'll be glad to have your friends dine with you if yen
tave new knives, forks and spoons for (he fable.
Mlaploim Hardware Co.




lac My


"For the sunshine and the rain.
For the dew and for the shower,
For theyelloiv, ripened grain,
And the golden harvest hour, j
We bless Thee, oh, our GodJ
"For the heat and the shade,
For the gladness and the grief,
For the tender, sprouting blade.
And for the nodding sheaf,
We bless Thee, oh, our God!
"For the hope and for the fear,
For the storm and for the peace.
For the trembling and the cheer.
And for the glad increase,
We bless Thee, oh, our God!
"Our hands have tilled the sod.
And the torpid seed have sown;
But the quickening was of God,
And the praise be His alone.
We bless Thee, oh, our God!"
gannlrl glim
P I was a girl, I wouldn't go
walking too far," said old
Uncle Robert, as a girl of
twenty passed hfm on her
way down to the gate of
the farm house.
"And why not?" she asked, as she
almost came to a pause.
"Well, according to my idea, it's go going
ing going to rain and snow and blow and
hail, and when the storm does break,
she's going to be a buster."
"I wanted to go to the postoffice to
mail a letter."
"It's three miles there and back,
and if I was you I'd put it off. Mebbe
somebody'll be passing that you can
send by. Tomorror's Thanksgiving,
you know, and we are going to have
the awfulest, biggest, nicest dinner
anybody ever sat down to. It's in
your honor, you know. There'll be a
turkey, a duck and a chicken; there'll
be cranberry sass, pumpkin pies, cur currant
rant currant jell, sweet cider and apple dump dump-lins;
lins; dump-lins; there'll be"
"I think I'll just walk a little ways,
anjhow," said the girl, as she opened
the gate and passed down the high highway
way highway toward the village and the rail railroad
road railroad depot.
. "And If you come home as wet as a
hen don't say I didn't warn ye. It's
going to come, and it's going to be
a buster."
Half an hour later a middle-aged
woman with a motherly face and
voice came out on the steps and
"Pa, do you reckon it's goin' to
"Sure as ducks."
"Where's Minnie?"
"O, she's gone for a santer. I give
her warning. What's she wantin' to
mall a letter for 7 I nam t mailed a
letter nor got one in twenty years,
and I guess I'm about as well off as
must folks. I was going to ask her
but forgot it."
"Don't you ask her a word about
it," cautioned the wife as she came
down to him. "I guess Minnie's got
something on her mind, but it hain't
none o your business."
"Something on her mind, eh? That's
funny. Didn't know that girls ever
had anything on their mind3 except
new clothes. Is that why she come
visiting us all of a sudden?"
None o your business! I guess
my own sister's daughter can come
and see me any time she takes a no
tion, and that without writing ahead,
What's on her mind, as nigh as I can
make out, is about a young man.
They are engaged, and they've had a
falling out, and she's sorter run away
from him to find out if he really cares
for her."
"And she's got scared about It and
has written him a letter to tell where
she is?" queried the husband.
"Go on! It's probably a letter to
her ma, though I didn't see it nor ask.
I hope she didn't start for town. It's
going to storm for sure, and there
hain't but one house on the road
where she could find shelter. Look
down the road and see if you can see
"Can't see hide nor hair of any girl,"
reported Uncle Robert after going out
to the highway and taking a long look.
An hour later, with both uncle and
aunt fidgeting about their girl visitor,
the gray afternoon had become twi
light. In 15 minutes there was cold
rain and lively hail, and Uncle Rob
ert was blown Into the kitchen.
Miss Minnie had reached town and
mailed her letter and started back
again when the storm broke. Before
it came she thought she could make
out a human figure on the road ahead
of her, but wasn't sure.
The very first gust picked her up
and turned her around and deposed
her under a roadside tree. She re remained
mained remained there until the gale began to
whip the branches off, and then let go
her hold and ran for it
She hadn't gone a quarter of a mile
when, as she crouched and covered
her face, she was struck by a falling
limb and knew no more.
It was the dim sight of the girl and
the scream she uttered when hit, that
sent the man who was clinging to the
roadside fence back into the highway.
He bent over the unconscious form and
picked it up and staggered back to the
fence and followed it until he saw a
light and found the gate of a farm farmhouse.
house. farmhouse. His lusty calls for help soon brought
out a man, and the senseless burden
was carried into the house and re received
ceived received by a woman.
"I don't know who she is, but I
found her in the road," explained her
rescuer. "There is blood on her hair,
and I think she was struck rinwn


"We'll do all we can," replied the
man and woman together, but you
mustn't look for much. We are mighty
poor folks. We hain't got no cam camphor
phor camphor nor whisky, and as for getting a
doctor out from town It can't be
done tonight."
The girl was carried into the only
bedroom and laid on the only bed, and
when her wet clothing had been re removed
moved removed and she was between the
sheets, the woman got a cloth and a
basin of water and washed away the
blood and whispered to the stranger:
"I don't think she's bad hurt. She's
just fainted away with the scare of it.
When she opens her eyes I'll tell her

to so to sleep, and she'll be all right
in the morning."
"Da you think it's some young lady
from the village?" asked the stranger
of the farmer as they talked in whis whispers
pers whispers in the outer room.
"No, I don't reckon so. I reckon it's
that new girl that arrived at Turner's
a few days ago. I saw her going to towards
wards towards the village two hours ago."
"Arrived at Turner's! Say, man, are
you. sure? Is it a strange girl to the
"I've heard say It was Uncle Bob's
niece, and that she come from the
city. What ails you, stranger? Does
this storm upset you?"
It wasn't the storm. Percy Kincaid
had quarreled with the girl he loved
and had asked to be his wife. It was
about nothing, almost, as most lovers
quarrels are, but pride on either side
held off a reconciliation until the lov lover
er lover finally learned that Miss Minnie
had gone on a journey and left no
word for him.
She was going to spend Thanksglv
ing week in the country. Within two
days she had relented; .within three
he was .making every effort to locate
her, that he might patch up a peace.
He had succeeded. He was going to
throw himself on her mercy and ask
Uncle Robert for a place at his
Thanksgiving table.
The storm grew fiercer as the night
advanced. When another day came
even the cattle could not face the
storm nor man move from his door. It
was Thanksgiving day. At Uncle Rob Robert's
ert's Robert's there was a feast to be spread;
"I don't believe they'd eat a single
at Bradley's there was hardly better
than poorhouse fare.
But the victim of the accident was
no longer in bed, and the rescuer no
longer cared about the weather, and
the farmer folks looked at each other
and smiled and whispered:
"Even if we had turkey and cran cranberry
berry cranberry sauce I don't believe theyd eat
a single mouthful. They've just sorter
found each other and are tickled to
And when at last they could make
their way to Turner's, and Uncle Bob
stuttered and Aunt Harriet cried for
joy, Miss Minnie asked in a way that
was almost heartless:
"Why do you take on so? I never
had such a lovely Thanksgiving in all
my life!"
Honor Belongs to Pilgrim Fathers.
Long before the advent of the Pil Pilgrims
grims Pilgrims in Massachusetts all rituals con
tained expressions of gratitude to
God for his mercies. In that of the
Church of England special prayers
were provided for the Sunday service.
This service, however, must be care
fully distinguished from the Thanks
giving day of the Pilgrim fathers. Fail
ure to make this distinction has led
to the groundless claim that the Pop-
ham colonists were "the first to keep
Thanksgiving day" in America. The
service at Monhegan, on which this
claim is based, was the regular Sun Sunday
day Sunday service of the Church of England;
and while it had an element of thanks thanksgiving,
giving, thanksgiving, the day can in nowise be re regarded
garded regarded as a Thanksgiving day as that
term is understood. Cotemporary
evidence refutes all claim to the con contrary.
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The Commercial
Under and by authority vested in
the unders'gned, as mayor of the city
of Ocala, a municipal corporation or organized
ganized organized and existing under the laws
of the state of Florida, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and give notice that a municipal
election for the city of Ocala is here hereby
by hereby called and will be held in the said
city of Ocala, Marion county, Florida,
on the 12th day of December, A. D.
1911. for the purpose of electing a
mayor of said city; also one council councilman
man councilman from the first ward; also one
councilman from the second ward; also
one councilman from the third ward;
also one councilman from the fourth
ward, and also one councilman at
large, for the said city aforesaid and
hereby appoint the Inspectors and
clerk3 as follows for the respective
Ward No. 1. C. H. Mathews, VT. C.
Jeffords. F. B. Beckham, inspectors
and O.- B. Howse, clerk.
Ward No. 2. J. H. Livingston, Sr.,
T. D. Lancaster, T. H. Harris. Inspec Inspectors,
tors, Inspectors, and W. W. Stripling, clerk.
Ward No. 3. T. R. Gary, J. E. Bailey,
A, D. Fausett, inspectors, and Joseph
Shuford, clerk.
Ward No. 4. E. W. Kraybill. R. A.
Carlton, A. Y. Strunk, inspectors, and
R. C. Loveridge, clerk.
J. D. Robertson. Mayor.
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