AT RIGHT PRICES
OOALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
IN THE MOUTH,
Dizziness, and a general "no
account" feeling i3 a sure sign
of a torpid liver. The remedy
is Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form).
It exercises its greatest re re-storativo
storativo re-storativo effect in the liver, yet
it is effective in the stomach
and bowels. Indigestion, con constipation
stipation constipation and their attendant
evils disappear before its pow
erful, regulating influence.
Try its wholesome purifying
properties. It will give you a
good appetite, sound digestion
and make you feel well.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package. $1.00,
Aikf'.rthe -nulno with tho Rr.l 7. on the label.
If you oniiot C II. rnnt to ut. ws wilt (end it bf
it. ail. puitpanl. Himmou Liver Krultor U al.o pal
up in li'iuni (nrm for thomi who prrfer it. t ricetl.OO
perbottlo. Look for tb lied Lalioi.
J. H. ZE1UN t CO, Props, St Louis, Mo.
: DR. A. L. BLALOCK :
Z PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I
OFFICKS OVKIl THE
CO M il KUCI A L Il AMv
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
Tlionc 211 Ocala. Fla. t
J. E. CHAGE
llooiiis 1), 10 and 11, Second Floor.
OCA LA FLORIDA
M, C. IZLAR
Law Library Building
llalkan IIIe Have Whipped the Sul Sultan'
tan' Sultan' Soldlera to a Maadntlll and
Will Make Their Own Term
London, Nov. zO. The nations of the
Ualkan confederacy have signified their
wlllingnfMs to tr-at for peace terms
with the vanquished Turkish empire.
The luster of their success has
been only slightly dimmed by their
temporary failure to overcome the
rallied Turkish army at Constantino Constantinople's
ple's Constantinople's Kates and enter the Ottoman
The Htubborn defense encountered
by the Kulxarians at Chatalja and the
realization that enormous slaughter
would be necessary to take the posi position
tion position with every prospect that their
ranks would be decimated by cholera
before they had attained success,
doubtless proved deciding factors in
Inducing the conquerors to listen to
Simultaneously with the dispatch to
the grand vizier of their agreement to
appoint peace plenipotentiaries, the
allied llalkan nations notified the Eu European
ropean European powers of the steps they had
taken and thanked them for their of offer
fer offer of mediation. They added that
mediation was no longer necessary, as
the porte had addressed Itself direct directly
ly directly to the Balkan states, who would
not treat with Turkey with outside intervention.
LEES BURG LOCALS
Tom Thompson came down from
Ocala Monday driving a handsome
G. W. Clayton and family of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky arrived the first of the week to
spend the winter.
Miss Sarah McKenzIe has accepted
the position of stenographer to the
Leesburg State Dank.
Thomas Daugles Is having erected a
five-room cottage on High street,
which will be completed in the next
Mrs. Lula Fox Allen and mother,
Mrs. Fox returned Monday from Mis Missouri,
souri, Missouri, where they spent the summer
with brother and son, Arthur Fox.
Mrs. Kathleen Northup of this city
and J. J. Hall of Fort Lauderdale,
were quietly married in T.avares Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at noon. In the morning they
drove to Umatilla, where Mr. Hall's
parents reside, and returned to Tavares
where the ceremony was performed.
They left yesterday for Fort Lauder Lauderdale,
dale, Lauderdale, where Mr. Hall has recently es established
tablished established a business.
Miss Pauline Orr, formerly a citizen
of this city, and James Little were
married in Klkins, W. Va., Saturday.
Jim Rainey, brother of Ike Rainey
of Oxford and at one time a resident
of Leesburg, died at his home in
Howling Green, Ky., about three weeks
Miss Heulah Schaeffer left Friday
for Jacksonville to enter Dr. Roger's
sanitarium to become a nurse.
Mrs. n. F. Watts left Friday on an
extended trip. Before returning she
will go to New York to attend grand
Dr. Therese Cluett
Office No. 31, Holder Block
Phone 239 Ocala, Fla.
TAXES ARE TVOW DUE
M'lVER & MAC KAY.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclyer 105
C. V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47
The tax books are now open for the
payment of 1912 state and county
taxes. The taxes are $.40 higher this
year on each $100 assessed valuation,
than last year. Always bring or send
a correct description of your property.
The laws also allows a discount of
2 per cent for all payments made In
November and 1 per cent discount in
December Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
W. G. BLAN CHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. ROX 4fl OCALA. FLA
HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Rlock
OCALA - FLORIDA
Twinges of rheumatism, backache,
stiff joints and shooting pains all
show your kidneys are not working
right. Urinary Irregularities, loss of
sleep, nervousness, weak back and
sore kidneys tell the need of a good
reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills are tonic, strengthening and
restorative. They build up the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and regulate their action. They
will give you quick relief and contain
no habit forming drugs. Safe and al always
ways always sure. Try them. For sale by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
WE WILL MAIL TOU $1
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
ver. old watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
Fhlla. Smelting & IteFlnlnff Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
4H Chestnut St Philadelphia, Pa.
We will hll V vnnr Oni.i T7"I11 Inrra
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
puces paiu. AO-
CARPENTER AND BUiLDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any othe
contractor tn th city
The following varieties of fine cab cabbage
bage cabbage plants: Wakefield, Henderson's
Success and the Flat Dutch. Call or
order by mall. Address, C. Carmlchael,
Ocala, or T. L. Bowers, Silver Springs,
and children home from Georgia next
Miss Mary Kemj. of Juliette attend attended
ed attended services here Sunday.
Mr. Bailey Lewis and family have
moved into the house recently vacat vacated
ed vacated by Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tucker.
There has been no school at Martel
for about a week and it is reported
that the teacher has handed in his
Mrs. H. W. Long returned home on
Monday from a few weeks visit with
relatives in Jacksonville and Quincy.
A I UN
IIm1- of John Archer Found Hnnglnc
Tuenday Morning to a Tree In
the IIiiricrMw Yard
Mcintosh. Nov. 11. The body of
John Archer, colored, from near Evin Evin-ston.
ston. Evin-ston. was hanging from one of the
oak trees in the Burgess front yard
this morning. He had been under
suspicion for taking part in the dou double
ble double murder of the Burgess family last
week, for which "Preach" Niles was
taken from the Ocala jail and killed
It seems that lat night's victim was
called out about 10 o'clock last night,
was taken to the scene of last week's
tragedy and is supposed to have con confessed
fessed confessed to his share in the awful deed,
as most of the lynchers are believed
to have been level-headed men, who
would not have handed h'm unless it
was his just deserts.
It seems that the victim was made
to stand on a barrel while the rope
was fastened to a limb and then the
barrel was pulled from under him.
His feet only cleared the ground by
about a foot.
That everything was carried off in
an orderly manner is "proven by the
fact that his body did not even show
one bruise or cut and had not been
shot at all.
We hope that this is the last of this
terrible affair and that all guilty have
met their just reward.
FLAGGED TRAIN WITH SHIRT
AMallant of HooetHt Will Probably
pend the Remainder of III I.lfe
In the Anjlntn
Milwaukee. Wis.. Xov. 20. A com commission
mission commission of five alienists have report reported
ed reported John Schrank. who shot Colonel
The doctors' decision was unani unanimous.
mous. unanimous. It means that Schrank cannot
be tried f .r the attempted murder f
Colonel Koo-evelt, but will be com committed
mitted committed to the Northern Hospital for
the Insane at Oshkosh.
Schrank may remain in the Osh Oshkosh
kosh Oshkosh asylum for the remainder of his
life, as he cannot be realesed unless
it is shiuvn that he is completely
Three I-lve I,ot and a Score of Peo People
ple People Injured In I.om AngeleN
L.s An.neles. Cal., Nov. L'0. Three
persons are known to have been kill killed
ed killed and about twenty injured in a tire
at the St. Georsre hotel on East Third
street, near Main, which started at
midnight. Those who los their lives
jumped from the upper floors.
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ral Raleigh,
eigh, Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck
with Electric Bitters. "I was in a
terrible plight when I began to use
them," he writes, "ray stomach, head,
back and kidneys were all badly af affected
fected affected and my liver was In bad condi condition,
tion, condition, but four bottles of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters made me feel like a new man." A
trial will convince you of their match
less merit for any stomach, liver or
kidney trouble. Trice 50 cents at Ty
dings & Company. Ad.
Orange Springs, Nov. Mr. J. A.
Stevens of Boston is a visitor who ar arrived
rived arrived here last Friday.
Mr. J. W. Townsend of Lake Butler,
paid Oranse Springs a brief visit last
Jr. Faulkner of Melrose was a vis visitor
itor visitor here last Sunday.
Mr. J. Fred Hume of Nelson, B. C,
is a homesecker who arrived here last
Mr. Frank Douglass of Gainesville,
was a week end visitor to friends here.
Mr. Davis Strauss of Palatka is
spending a few days here.
Mr. John H. Kennerly of Providence,
II. I., is a visitor here and is much
pleased with Florida.
A mom; the new arrivals of Thursday
was Master Fred Votrt. Jr. He is at
present spending an indefinite time at
the home of hi.s grandparents, Mr. and
Mr. Augustus Kneirim and Mr.
Robert Wilson of Gainesville were
week end guests of the Porter House.
Mrs. J. liowe and daughter. Miss
Myrtle and Master Atwood have gone
to St. Augustine to visit relatives.
Last week the following names were
on the honor roll: Maurice Jordan, M.
C. Massey. Van Parramore. Ethel and
Gladys Hall. Oaks Apel. Olin Massey.
There will be a baseball game be between
tween between the Interlachen and Orange
Springs teams Thanksgiving day.
A box soc'al will be piven at the
school house the 2Sth inst., Thursday
niht. The boxes will have supper
for two. The ladies are expected to
furnish the boxes and they will be
sold for 23 cents each. Everybody is
cordially invited to attend.
IH 11 GUILTY
slfr of HoMenthal Mill Join Their
Employer in the Tombs
New York, Nov. 20. After deliberat deliberating
ing deliberating about forty minutes the jury in
the case of the four gunmen, "Dago
Frank" Cirofic', "Whitey Frank"
Lewis, "Lefty Louie" Rosenthal and
"Gyp the Blood" Horvitz, yesterday
afternoon returned a verdict finding
all four men guilty of murder in the
first degree, for shooting to death
Gambler Herman Rosenthal, at the be behest
hest behest of former Police Lieutenant Chas.
A. Becker, who was recently convict convicted
ed convicted for the murder in the same court.
Justice Goff will pass sentence later.
MAIL MESSENGER SERVICE
Sealed proposals for carrying the
United States mails, on messenger
route No. 223021 between the postoffice
at Ocala, Fla., and the Seaboard Air
Line Railway depot, each way as often
as required, will be received by the
postmaster until Nov. 24th, 1912.
Blank bids may be secured from the
postmaster upon application. Bidders
should inform themselves of the
amount and character of the service.
Frank J. Huber, Postmaster.
PORTO RICO'S XEW WOXDER
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney's residence, where I have a
large stock of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak, all of which is well
seasoned. One dollar for a big load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. MANNING.
A GREAT HOLDING FALLS
when its foundation is undermined,
and if the foundat'on of health good
digestion is attacked, quick collapse
follows. On the first signs of indiges indigestion,
tion, indigestion, Dr. King's New Life Pills should
be taken to tone the stomach and reg regulate
ulate regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas Pleasant,
ant, Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at
Tydings & Company. Ad.
We have the new crop of garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc.
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company. Ad.
Martel, Nov. 19. Mr. J. L. Miller
butchered two yearling calves recent
ly, which dressed 980 pounds. Not
bad, is it?
The Martel Sunday school has had
very interesting Christmas programs
for several years in the past, and it is
planning to even outdo itself this
Mr. W. B. Johnson left for his home
in Atlanta, Ga., last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Strunk and Mrs. Blake
of Ocala) called on Mr. a-?d Mrs. I F.
Dillard last Sunday.
Mrs. L. A. Tucker purchased a nice
runabout last Monday. We suppose
she will ltan it occasionally to Mr.
Tucker, our newly elected constable.
for the purpose of running down crim criminals.
inals. criminals. Rev. J. B. Rooney preached two
masterly sermons here last Sunday,
which will be his last at Martel until
after the Methodist conference. It is
greatly hoped by all that he will be
returned here for another year, as his
splendid sermons have been greatly
appreciated and his Godly life has had
a most beneficial effect on our com community.
munity. community. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson of Ocala
motored out this way Sunday and
called upon Mrs. Johnson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith.
We are glad to state that Mrs. Joe
Seckinger, who has been quite serious seriously
ly seriously ill, has nearly recovered.
Several ladies from Martel went out
to Mr. Joe Seckinger's last Friday to
a cane grinding.
Mr. J. A. Nelson is on the sick list
at this writing.
Mr. B. G. Lake is expecting his wife
F OR LADIES
Ablngton, 111. After years of suffer suffering
ing suffering from kidney, bladder and rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic trouble, was given up to die by
my home doctors. A friend had me to
use one bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder
and it cured me. Mrs. Wm. Cline. Sold
3IULES FOR SALE
We have just received an excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally fine carload of western mules,
also a carload of Taylor-aCnnady
buggies; none better. We can sell
the stock and vehicles lower than you
can get them for elsewhere. Call at
our barns on West Exposition street.
Harrell-Johnson & Co.,
ll-11416tdltw Ocala, Fla.
in exchange lor a
of things you need and
You can add the names
of friends if you please.
The DREW Co.
Jacksonville : : : Florida
From far away Porto Rico come re reports
ports reports of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce Barce-loneta,
loneta, Barce-loneta, writes: "Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is doing splendid work here. It
cured me about five timej of terrible
coughs and colds, also my brother of a
severe cold in his chest and more than
20 others, who used it on my advice.
We hope this great medicine will be
sold in every drugstore in Porto Rico."
For throat and lung troubles It has no
equal. A trial will convince you of Its
merit. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Ad.
R. E. YOXGE AGAIN IX
THE PLUMHING BUSINESS
R. E. Yonge & Co. are again In the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Phone 26. Respectfully,
Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.
For rheumatic pains or neuralgia,
rub the parts affected with DARBY'S
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It penetrates
the flesh and relieves pain. For sore
throat, gargle with the fluid diluted
with water. For flesh wounds, burns,
scalds, or sores, apply it direct to the
wound. It heals quickly. For a
cramp, colic or dysentery take It In Internally
ternally Internally in water. Price 50 cents per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
ONLY A FIRE nERO
but the crowd cheered, as, with burn burned
ed burned hands, he held up a small round
box. "Fellows!" he shouted, "this
Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev everything
erything everything beat for burns." Right! also
for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues Inflammation,
kills pain. Only 25 cents at Tydings
& Company. Ad-
I am now offering some of the most
valuable lots In the northern part of
the city. If interested call on W. H.
McConn at Converse's planing mill. I
also have other valuable lands at
Sparr going very reasonable.
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This cutfit is almost
new and cost $450, but we offer it for
$150 spot cash. The Success Furniture
FOR SALE A few pairs of Indian
Runner ducks. Eggs for setting at $1
per dozen. Apply to C. A. McPherson,
Dunnellon. Fla. 10-2S-12t
Roll Top Desk. $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen.. 1.73
One Veranda Swing Seat. . 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set, Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 21.00
One Mission Library Table. . 9.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
Rack of Marcus Frank's
Cabbage plants: leading varieties:
Early Jersey Wakefield. Early s-jmmer.
Early Flat Dutch, Collar! Plants, ready
now. Order now, $1.25 per 1C"J0: $3.00'?.
$5. T. W. Bowen & Son, WalJo, Fla.
A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat repeat-ins
ins repeat-ins shotgun. jut the thine for ladies'
use, at B. Goldman's. Why Pay
More? Ad. Il-i5-d3t
Indigestion. Bad Breath. Dizzi Dizziness.
ness. Dizziness. Vertigo tblind staggers).
Headache, Sallow Complexion,
a Tired, Discouraged Feeling
are all symptoms of a Torpid
Is aa Effective Liver Tonic and
Its powerful reviving influ influence
ence influence in the torpid liver brings
on an Immediate Improvement.
You feel better at once. The
bowels move freely so that the
Impurities which, have ciegged
ud the digestive organs f.nd aa
outlet. When the system has
been thus rurified. the bilious,
half sick feeling disappears, the
complexion clears, the breath
bec-rrr.s sweet, the mind alert
and cheerful and there l3 a fine
feeling f exhilaration all
through the body.
Price 50c per Dottle.
OLLIE MORRIS' MARKET OPL-V
The market formerly Known as the
Ollie Mordls' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. X. Magnolia.
SEEDS 'EW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
Thirty Day and Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
Don't waste money Ty buying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Damp Dampen
en Dampen a piece of flannel with It and bind
it over the affected parts and it will
relieve the pain and soreness. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
If our shoes wear well, tell your
friends. If they don't, tell us. We
want you to be satisfied. Little's Shoe
Every family that has children Is
liable to have croup. Invariably at
night. If Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup
is kept in the house, it saves going
after the medicine at an inconvenient
time and checks the attack promptly.
Price. lie, 50c and $1. Sold by all
Use Stephens Eye Salve
Sore Eyes, it Cures.
Little's shoes for school are the' best
for they "fit and benefit." Terms cash.
We s-ell "shoes." not "time." Little's
Is your husband cross? An Irritable,
fault finding disposition Is often due
to a disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
nature J. A great many have been per permanently
manently permanently cured of stomach trouble by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
ale by all dealers. Ad.
rues of all kinds of leather, for all
of weather. They "fit and ben ben-Little's
Little's ben-Little's Shoe Parlor. Ad.
f of the r.o-: attractive campaigns
of a Iverti.-ins now running in this pa paper
per paper that of the White Clover Flour,
a fully guarantee product, distribut distributed
ed distributed by the Per.in.-ular Naval Stores Co.
of Tampa an 1 by local dealers.
Wr trust that our readers will give
this f!)ur a fair trial.
wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy. Ad.
LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
You will Surely Find Something UiatTyou
Want. The Goods Mentioned Below are
JUST IN, and will be iound Fresh and Fine
Full Cream Edam Cheese in tins
French Roquefort Cheese in individual iars
French Roquefort Cheese in large fars
Dutch ( Vazet )
Switzerland Sap Sago
Italy Grt. Parmasan
4 4 44
" Philadelphia Cream Cheese in Iars
" Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil
Sheffords Snappy Cheese in fin foil r
Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen
Pate de Foie Gras, with Truffles, large Jars
" " " .small
Truffes Brossecs in large bottles
Boneless Anchovies in oil
Puree of Partridge with Truffles per tin
Pure de Foie Gras
The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Ale, 20c bottle, per dozen $1.$0
Knorr's Consomme Cubes 3c
44 Soup Tablets lCc
Japanese Preserved Jinger. small pots 30c
large 44 60c
Beckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and qnatfs
PHONES 16 and 174
ocala : :::::: Florida
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Office, 333. Eulte 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Iquaxe
Notes Calls made by apeclal appointment. $ pedal Genlt Urinary CllaJa
after 7 p. m. earn amy.
KOLD WEATHER KOI-IFORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when it is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fail to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything in our line.
KNIGHT Sl LANG
X A T. Thomas, Pres. J. Thompson, Manager
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. I
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
pnonc 331 OCALA, FLORIDA
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
vmericar. rian. ?2 per day and up. European Plan. 11.00 per d7 ud up
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
OCA1A EVESISQ STAR, WED.YESDAr, X0VE3fBEK 30, 1012
jCALA evening star
Olttinger & Carroll Proprietors
It. R. Carroll, Huslness Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
FOR THE KAIK
Next week !s the greatest week of
the year for Marlon county the week
of the fair.
It should be a week of entertain
ment and amusement; of social com
mingling; a bringing of the corners of
our great county together at their
common center: a meeting of old
friends and making of new; a com
parison of advantages; a suggestion
of better methods In short, a big fam family
ily family gathering of the people of the best
county of the best state of the best
country In the world.
While the fair is for us all. it Is first
of all for the farmers. There are the
most of them and they can make the
most of It. It depends mostly on them
as to whether it will be successful and
creditable. It would not be worth
while to give a fair if the farmers
didn't attend in large numbers, and
the fair will be very little but an im
itation of a department store and
succession of races if the farmers do
not bring the best of their fields and
stack them up for their neighbors and
the world at large to see. As usual
the Tolume of exhibits is an unknown
quantity until the fair has opened
Most of the old reliables will exhibit
but there cannot be too many new
ones. The Star urges that every far
mer and stock raiser bring as much
of his best products as possible. There
Is no use In holding back for fear of
crowding. There is plenty of room
there will be too much a-plenty unless
there are more exhibits than ever before.
Mil. I. A. MILLElt
MRS. CHARLOTTE IEXttl.E
A dispatch from Jacksonville to the
Lakeland Telegram tells as follows of
the death of Mrs. Charlotte LEngle,
the Tevered mother of Claude L.'Engle:
Jacksonville, Nov. 19. After a long
Mrs. Sudie, widow jpf the late Daniel
A. Miller, died at f:30 o ciock mis
morning at her horse In ithis city, in
the 61st year of he age.
rs. Miller was -iJoyin)? good health
her, as she htfi not been a very
strong woman lorf a number of years.
She was out In tle yard walking about
when stricken Vith what is supposed
to have been heart failure and dropped
a. Miller was the daughter 6f
Capt. W. Lv Fletcher, a gallant con
federate officer and was born on the
old plantation in the neighborhood o
what Is now Burbank. She moved to
Ocala shortly after her marriage to
Mr. Miller and has resided in this city
for more than forty years. Her entire
life has ben spent in the county and
city of Ocala and a quarter of a cen-
turv of its Dan in the res'dence on
Fort King avenue now occupied by Mr,
V. T. Gary.
Mrs. Miller leaves four sons and one
dauehter: Messrs. Charles V. Miller,
Glover Miller and Mrs. Howard "Wal
ters of this city, Mr. Lee Miller of Or
lando and Mr. Albert Miller of Kansas
Mr. Albert Miller will not be able to
get here in time for the funeral. Mr.
Lee Miller and his wife will arrive to to-nitrht.
nitrht. to-nitrht. havine been notified by tele
graph of Mrs. Miller's death.
The funeral will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock from the resi residence
dence residence and the remains will be laid at
rest in Greenwood cemetery beside the
body of her husband.
Dr. W. H. Dodge of the Presbyterian
church will conduct the funeral and
the burial will be In charge of Messrs.
Mclver & MacKay.
The sudden and entirely unexpected
death of Mrs. Miller was a great shock
to her family and friends. She has
wide circle of friends in this city and
throughout the county, and Is related
by blood or marriage to many of the
prominent families of this portion of
Mrs. Miller was a devout Christian, a
loving mother and her death will be
sincerely mourned by all who have
The Star extends Its deepest sympa
thy to the bereaved family in the loss
of their beloved mother.
IF YOL HAVE ROOMS FOR RENT
and useful life and following a serious Sanders, died at 1015 o'clock this
illness of more than a year, Mrs. Char morning, 'at the home of his parents
lotte J. L'Engle, who has been a reslJ on orange avenue, in the southern part
dent of Jacksonville for nlty-elghij0f tne cjtv
t 9 k 1 14 tl T T TV 1 Nw
vaora wlilnw nf Vi a late V. H I.'KnffU. N
died at an early hour yesterday morn morning
ing morning at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. John E. Hartridge, on Riverside
Mrs. L'Engle was a native of St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, and was born April 4, 1830,
and spent her early childhood days in
the Ancient City. Her father was Dr.
Peter Porcher, and she moved to
Charleston, 8. C, which her parent
when she was quite young. There
1853 she married her late husband,.
whom she had known in St. Augustine
in her childhood days.
She accompanied her
North Carolina, where he was engag- p The funeral services will take place
V ed In the construction of a railroad.
X and the following year they moved to
Mrs. L'Engle was the mother of ten
. children, six of whom died in infancy,
' the four surviving members being
Porcher L'Engle, Mrs. J. E. T. Bowden,
Mrs. J. E. Hartridge and Claude
"L'Engle. She has fourteen grandchild grandchildren
ren grandchildren and one great grandchild. Mrs.
L'Engle. with her husband, went thru
, the civil war, encountering the many
vicissitudes, and after the conflict her
husband was the moving spirit In the
development of LaVllla, where the!
. family resided until 1891.
II. II. SADEItS, JR.
Little B. H. Sanders, Jr., the five-
year-old son of MrTand Mrs. B. H.
The little hoy cut his hand a week
or ten days ao, while peeling sugar
cane with a Urge knife. The wound
gave him vecy little trouble until a
day or two ago, when blood poisoning
set in and lckjaw followed yesterday
afternoon. All through the night it
was tljodght the little fellow would
die. xfhls morning he seemed a little
better, but a change for the worse
tame auu ucaiu cii it
The child was thayoungest of Mr.
and Mrs. Sanders cniflren and he pet
of the family and ralHves, and they
heart broken over his
ItereptloQ in Honor of Mr. Trammel.
mt (ha llnins nf Urn. furnrr
Yesterday afternoon from Z to
Mrs. E. L. Carney gave a reception at
her pleasant home on Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue in honorf Mr?. Park Trammell,
wife of the gernor-elect of Florida,
and Mrs. Lecm Fishel, one of Ocala's
ViarmjTii.- vft'.ing bride. Mrs. Carney
noted for her entertainments, which
are among: the most brilliant uiven in
Ocala. The rooms were beautifully
decorated, showing exquisite taste and
artistic ability in the blending- of
colors and designing-.
Receiving at the front door were
Mrs. Edward Holder, Mrs. K. ?. Hall
and Mrs. C. Ilheinauer, who showed
the guests into the living room, where
Mrs. Carney with her honor guest?.
Mr?. Trammell, Mrs. Fishel and Mrs.
H. P. Newman were receiving.
In the different rooms the following
handsomely gowned ladies received,
Mrs. V. K. Zewadski, Mrs. G. S. Scott,
Miss Jennie Hohenberg-, Mrs. S. R.
Pvles. Mrs. R. G. Blake. Mrs. R. B. Bul
lock, itrs. L W. Duval, Mrs. T. H.
Johnson and Mrs. E. P. Rentz. Mrs.
Frank Harris, Mrs. S. T. Pistrunk and
Mrs. V. V. Xewsom served punch.
Miss Josie Williams showed the
guests to the dining- ;oom, where ele elegant
gant elegant refreshments were served by
Mrs. Jack Rentz, Mrs. John Taylor,
Mrs. Fred Blalock and Mrs. J. D.
Robertson. On leaving the dining room
Mrs. II. M. Hampton and Mrs. O. T.
Green received the guests in the rear
Mrs. Carney wore yellow chiffon
over yellow satin and carried yellow
chrysanthemums. Mrs. Trammell. the
beautiful, talented and accomplished
honor guest of the occasion, was hand handsomely
somely handsomely gowned in pink chiffon over
pink satin and carried white carna carnations.
tions. carnations. Mrs. Leon Fishel wore an elab elaborately
orately elaborately embroidered white chiffon over
white satin with white chrysanthe chrysanthemums.
mums. chrysanthemums. Mrs. Xewman wore white chif chiffon
fon chiffon broadcloth and carried red carna
There was a profusion of flowers,
many being brought by the different
ladies so that all could enjoy their
beauty and fragrance and with the
soft and pleasing music rendered by
Miss Annie Laurie Perry, one of
Ocala's fairest young musicians, at the
piano, the afternoon was an enchanting
The occasion is one to be long re remembered
membered remembered as one of the most brilliant
in Ocala's social calendar, not only for
Mrs. Carney's gracious hospitality but
for the pleasure of meeting the "First
Lady of Florida."
DurloB the Fair, Notify Secretary of
Board of Trade
For the benefit of the visitors to the
Marion County Fair, the secretary of
the Ocala Board of Trade will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to have any parties who have rooms
for rent to list them with him and
also state the rate to be charged. Our
hotel accommodations are not sufa sufa-cient
cient sufa-cient for the visitors and this action is
taken by the Board of Trade so that
all visitors to our fair may have the
proper accommodations while they are
in our city.
latrraatiooal Crook aad Ilia Mate
Rattled Ag-alaM J antic' to
tar Fatal Ead
SOME PRACTICAL SIGfiESTIOXS
How Ocala Can he Made a
Following is a copy of a paper read
by Mr. It. I,. Martin before the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi to Atlantic Waterway Asso Association
ciation Association at its convention at Albany,
Ga.. last month:
There are a number of cities in
this country, and in foreign countries,
situated at interior ioints, not very
far distant from navigable water, that
are in sore need of water transporta transportation
tion transportation to controol freight rates, but the
elevation of these cities is such' that
no apex water can be obtained.
Annually these cities pay freight in
excess of the water rate, amounting
to thousands of dollars.
The writer suggests that it would
New York, Xov. 20. A man and a
woman stood in a small room of a
Raines law hotel In the Bronx last
niaht and deliberately shot down three
detectives and two other men who
were trying to place the pair under
arrest. After nearly emptying the
eleven cartridges from a large auto automatic
matic automatic pistol, reinforced by shots from
a revolver m the hands of his woman
companion and probably fatally
wounding four of those whom she shot
down, the man shot and killed the wo woman
man woman and then put a bullet through his
own head, dying instantly.
The man was Joseph Vogel. a Pole
and an international crook. The wom woman
an woman is supposed to have been his wife.
The police had been on their trail for
several days before cornering them
with the foregoing fatal result.
TEACHIXCi IS HOW TO
EITHER THE MEAT TRUST
Women of the Chicago School of Do Domestic
mestic Domestic Arts and Science have planned
a body blow for the high cost of living
in an exhibit to be given by them this
week. They say they will set a whole wholesome
some wholesome meat at a cost of seven cents a
be profitable for private capital of!!'llte; Jhe m,eal 53 planned for a fam"
tomorrow morning at the family res residence.
idence. residence. Dr. W. II. Dodge will officiate
and interment will be made in Green Greenwood.
wood. Greenwood. Mr. E. C. Smith will have
charge of the funeral arrangements.
CHEXEY IS COJIIXG
GOOD OLD RROTIIER
HAS GONE HOME
President Taft has appointed Mr.
Lara Anderson, now minister to Bel Bel-glum,
glum, Bel-glum, ambassador to Japan in place of
Mr. Charles Page Bryan, resigned Mr.
Anderson Is young, rich and ambitious.
Ills contributions to the republican
campaign funds were $25,000 In 1908,
and $10,000 in 1912.
JUDGE SWEARINGEX IS A GEM
A dispatch from Jacksonville, dated
a few days ago, says: "When G. W.
Oayle faced the local police judge this
morning charged with drunkenness,
Judge Swearlngen recognized in him
a man he had been owing seven dol dollars
lars dollars for the past several months.
"I owe you some money, said the
Judge. 'You are discharged. Come up
to my office and get the coin. Too
bad you were not arrested before, so
that we could have settled this ac account.'
The open attack upon the constitu constitutionality
tionality constitutionality of the sections of the recent
postal appropriation act requiring
newspapers to give postal authorities
access to their circulation records and
to publish a list of their stockholders
and bondholders, as well as to label
political articles' as advertisements,
was made Tuesday before the United
States supreme court in a printed brief
filed by Robert C. Morris and G. B.
Plante, on behalf of the Journal of
Commerce and Commercial Bulletin of
New York. The case is set for argu argument
ment argument orally on Dec. 3. This law isn't
worrying the Star any, but we don't
see why newspapers should be sub subject
ject subject to it any more than railroads,
hotels, banks, telephone and telegraph
The Jacksonville street car strike
was officially ended Tuesday, after
lasting three weeks. The men voted
to disband the union which had been
objected to. While they have lost
their strike, the men have at least
done a little good, in showing how
badly the streetcar company has ben
treating its employes and compelling it
to give them better usage In future. A
great deal of individual suffering for a
little general good is the way man mankind
kind mankind progresses.
Some of these headline artists are
careless. The Lakeland Telegram
heads a dispatch, telling of the lynch lynching
ing lynching at Mcintosh, "Second Hanging
Took Place at Ocala Today." The first
one hasn't taken place yet.
Carml Thompson, secretary to Pres President
ident President Taft, will be appointed treasurer
of the United States within the next
few days to succeed Lee McClung. who
resigned from the position last week.
McClung quit his job in a huff last
week because he couldn't harmonlxe
with Secretary of the Treasury Me-Veagh.
The charge of abduction again Jack
Johnson, the negro pugilist, has been
dismissed because of the prosecution's
Inability to prove that Lucile Cameron,
the white girl whose association with
Johnson led to his arrest, had been
abducted by him. Other suits are
pending against Jack, and his rose rose-strewn
strewn rose-strewn pathway of a few months ago
is now developing many ugly snags.
Mr. L F. Rennolds of this city has
the sympathy of all In the death of his
father. Rev. E. H. Reynolds, which oc occurred
curred occurred Sunday at Jacksonville. Rev.
Rennolds was one of the leading Bap
tist ministers of the state and was be beloved
loved beloved by all who knew him. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
Mr. Rennolds was an estimable citi citizen
zen citizen and exceedingly well posted on
Florida Baptist literature. He had a
number of friends n Ocala. who can
sympathize with his relatives in their
The Jacksonville Metropolis of the
19th says: United States Judge John
M. Cheney left this afternoon for his
home at Orlando, where he will remain
for a few days, preparatory to going
to Tampa, where he will take up some
accumulated court business next Mon Monday.
day. Monday. From Tampa he will go to Ocala,
where several cases await him, and
will return home the latter part of next
Fair tonight and Thursday.
MAX FROM LEVY COUXTY
DROPPED DEAD IX MIAMI
The Miami Metropolis of the 18th
says: Lying face downward In the
Royal Palm baseball park, the body of
J. P. Xelson, of Rosewood, Fla., was
found at 2:15 this afternoon. Doctors
who were summoned surmised the
death to be caused by apoplexy, as
there was no sign of a struggle and no
marks upon the body to indicate rough
MRS. L. E. CARXEY
As her 77th birthday was drawing to
a close, without any warning, Mrs. L
E. Carney sank to the ground Monday Monday-afternoon
afternoon Monday-afternoon and was dead. She had been
on a visit to Mrs. J. F. Stafford, and
about 5 o'clock started home, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. G. A.
Carney. Out In the yard they stopped
to say a few words, and she died as
"Grandma" Carney was born in
Xorth Carolina and since the death of
her husband a number of years ago
has made her home with her children.
A few years ago she was partially
paralyzed, from the effects of which
she never fully recovered, and it is
thought a return of the affliction was
the cause of her death. She was of a
bright and cheerful disposition and
soon won the love of all acquaint acquaintances.
ances. acquaintances. Rev. J. E. Mickler conducted the
funeral services Tuesday afternoon at
the home of her son, G. A. Carney, and
In Lone Oak cemetery loving friends
burled her body beneath a mound of
She is survived by three sons and
two daughters. L E. Carney and Mrs.
Lewis of Fitzgerald. Ga.; Mrs. A. H.
Liles of Greenville, Fla.; G. A. and J.
R. Carney of this city.
Good news! The ways and means
committee is already at work on the
democratic tariff and there will be no
Taft to veto it. Times-Union.
Gottfried Hugg tried to kill himself
In San Francisco Saturday. We don't
know Just how a fried hug feels but
the other kind does not inspire
thoughts of suicide. Times-Union.
When two hundred young men, most
of them with wives and babes at home,
were locked up in an assembly hall to
prevent any charge of disorder being
made against them, big headlines told
that a visiting evangelist would make
an address "for women only." Xo
preacher should tell women anything
that their husbands cannot hear In
their presence. Dixie.
The only way to separate 'em Is to
pass a law requiring a voter when he
registers to also put down his party
preference. Then if one not down as
a democrat comes along and wants to
vote In a state primary he can be re required
quired required to take oath that he will sup support
port support the nominees of the primary.
St. Augustine Record.
OWN YOUR HOME ?
Vo Lend Von the Money at
5 Per Cent SIMPLE Interest
You may have despaired of owning
a home, given it up as a dream never
to be realized. But the Xorth Amer American
ican American Home Company has opened the
way for you at last. The way has
been pointed out, and all you have to
do Is to get up and start. You will
meet with no obstacles that cannot be
overcome, and you will find innumera innumerable
ble innumerable incentives to persist until you have
reached your destination and proclaim
yourself owner of your own home.
You can own a $1,000 home on as
easy terms as you can buy a $200
piano. Why let $1.50 per week stand
between you and a home. We give
you 9 years to pay off loan, and
charge only 5 per cent on yearly bal balances.
ances. balances. Allow six months' grace in
case of illness or adversity. Fill in
and mail coupon for particulars.
these cities, in many instances, to in install
stall install canals, and fetd same with op operating
erating operating water by pumps, or other arti artificial
ficial artificial means of elevating feed water.
In order to do this, the canal would
be constructed in the usual way, with
locks sufficient to elevate the vessels
to the city's level, and near the head
of the canal a reservoir be construct constructed
ed constructed for the purpose of storing the wa water
ter water pumped for feeding purposes.
From this storage reservoir, as
needed, the water could be turned
into the canal in order to keep the
water at the proper depth to carry
such vessels as might enter the canal.
There might be a dozen or more
locks in the canal to elevate vessels
to the level of the upper end of the
canal, still only one lock full of water
would be discharged each time a ves vessel
sel vessel passed through the canal.
In order to economize in the use
of feeding water, there might be a
haulover for boats of 50 feet and less
in length, thereby saving the loss of
any water on all of the smaller craft.
As a further means of supplying
feed-water, the storage reservoir could
be so constructed that the water from
rains falling on as large a territory
as possible would flow into the reser reservoir,
voir, reservoir, thus accumulating a large pro proportion
portion proportion of the feed-water.
As another means of keeping up
the supply of water in the reservoir,
sewerage water from the city, after
passing through septic tanks, could be
turned into the storage reservoir.
Los Angeles, Cal., Merida, Yucatan,
Mexico and other large cities, as well
as many smaller cities, might use this
system with profit.
Ocala, not having natural apex wa
ter, a canal constructed from Silver
Springs to Ocala on this plan is what
we need, locating the storage reser reservoir
voir reservoir at the pond, near the ice plant.
We understand the elevation of this
pond is about 63 feet above tide wa water,
ter, water, and Silver Springs being 40 feet
above tide water, would necessitate
raising the water 23 feet.
The cost of, construction and in installation
stallation installation of tbis canal, including dig digging
ging digging of canal and reservoir, building
of necessary locks and adequate
pumping machinery, ready for traf traffic,
fic, traffic, would not exceed $200,000. The
freight saved in two years by the city
of Ocala would more than pay this
back, besides the many other advan advantages
tages advantages that would be derived. This
would solve the question of disposi disposition
tion disposition of our sewerage. The city own owning
ing owning the canal, sewerage plant and
water works, sewers could be flushed
every day and the water used to keep
up the water in the reservoir for
feeding the canal.
Ocala could, by the installation of
this system, be made the cleanest and
most healthy city in the United
States. II. L. MARTIN.
Is the bill:
homemade bread, two
One loaf of
Mutton and vegetables en casserole,
Steamed rice, five cents.
Bread pudding, custard, ten cents.
The en casserole dish, it Is held, will
contain as much nutriment as a ninety ninety-cent
cent ninety-cent steak and makes side dishes un unnecessary,
necessary, unnecessary, since it includes vegetables.
The rice is included, being richer in
food values than potatoes.
The women say they will prove that
2So loaves of bread may be made from
one sack of good flour.
YOUR BAM BACKING
Is an important factor to your business
With The Muuroe & Chambliss Bank
back of your business undertakings, you have
the assurance that we are personally inter interested
ested interested in your business success.
Absolute safety combined with consci conscientious
entious conscientious service is the basis of our dealings
with each customer of the bank.
THE MUNR0E & CHAMBLISS BAM
XOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
WE nave lor Sale some First-Class Improv Improved
ed Improved Curt Oats, at Out Place at Oak, Fla.
32 Pounds per Bushel. Price $1.00 per Bushel.
Orders Filled Promptly. ADDRESS,
HOWELL & G3DS
UMr, r Luniua a
W. G. Harris, State Agt.
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Phone 351 Stall No. 5
To My Friends and the Public: I
wish to announce that I opened
Saturday morning, at the city market.
The Pure Food Meat Stall, and I will
endeavor to supply you with the
choicest of Florida and western meats,
fish, poultry and Apalachicola and Mo Mobile
bile Mobile Hay oysters, at the very lowest
prices possible. Prompt delivery and
courteous treatment. A liberal share
of your patronags will be appreciated.
M. C. Dosh.
Stall Xo. 3, Phone 471.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 23 Daugherty St 10-30-tf
IIAZAR AND OYSTER SUPPER
EAST COAST RAILWAY
HAD TO LIXE UP
Reduced freight rates on pineapples,
citrus fruits and such over the Florida
East Coast Railway to northern points,
have been made effective by a decision
of the United States commerce court.
The court sustained the position taken
by the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission that the immense cost of con constructing
structing constructing the "over seas" extension to
Key West should Tiot be considered in
the establishment of the reasonable reasonableness
ness reasonableness of freight rates from Florida
Ily the U. D. C. Vedneday Evening,
Dee. 4, at tbe Woman's Clnb
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will hold a bazar and oyster supper
on the afternoon and evening of Dec
4th, at the Woman's Club rooms.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Q ACME FAIRM
A First Class, 50 Acre Farm, Close to Ocala,
Will be Sold Cheap. All Implements, Cows and
Horses. A Big Bargain for Some one.
SEE US AT ONCE, IF INTERESTED
Muncaster & Bell i
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
1 Ocala Board of Trade Rooms
MARIOX-DUXN 3IASOMC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third' Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:20
o'clock, until furter notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
LOYAL OKDEIl OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge. No". 6S9. Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers are
Invited to atteni our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
'aggage. Freight, rianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUK PATRONAGE
"Queen of Sea Routes
MERCHANTS & MINERS' TRANS TRANSPORTATION
PORTATION TRANSPORTATION COMPANY STEAM STEAMSHIP
SHIP STEAMSHIP LINES
From Jacksonville to Savannah, Ral Ral-timore,
timore, Ral-timore, Philadelphia, Boston
Fine steamers: best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points
Send for booklet.
H. C AVERT, Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla. I
L. D. JONES. C. A-
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla. j
riBCt CoaKlHlae Trlp f the World j
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El.OW we show One of the Six New Models of the Hudson Cars for 1913.
These Silent Cars will Appeal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The
Cars are now readv for delivery and our Demonstration Car is at Your
Service. The prices are F. O. B. Detroit, and each car is Imlly Equipped with
Tops and Top Boots, Wind Shields, Speedometers, Five Electric Lamp, Electric
Self Starters and Demountable Rims. The Motors have all Working Parts En Enclosed
closed Enclosed and are Absolutely Silent. Call at the Garage for Demonstration.
WRITE US FOR LITERATURE AND FURTHER PARTICULARS.
is? wAlL n
In this Advertisement We will Show frcm Time to Time, AH ol the Different Models of
the HUDSON 1913 Line. The Car Shown herewith is the New Model "37", Touring
Car, Five Passenger, Tonr Cylinders, and we will be Pleased lo give Yon a Demonstrat
ion if yon are Interested.
EM EMBER that we have the Largest and Handsomest Fire Proof Garage in
the Central Portion of Florida, 10.000 Square Feet of Floor Space, and
we Care For and Store Cars.
Our Repair Department is the Best Equipped in the City
With Skilled Workmen Who Know Their Business and
the Most Modern Machinery and Tools
A Full Line of Automobile Sundries of all Kinds in Stock
S. J. Pylcs, Mgr
OCALA EVEStSG STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912
Extracts From a Mary
"Last week I told a close friend that I would save about ten dol dollars
lars dollars from my wages this month. Yesterday he came to me to see If I
would loan him five dollars. He has another job at better wages, but did
not have enough money to buy his railroad ticket, after paying all he
owed. He promised to send it to me first pay day so I let him have it.
"I saw this advertisement in the paper today:
WE INVITE YOU
Would It not be an Immense advantage. In event of Illness, or ac accident,
cident, accident, or any other cause whereby you should require a sum of ready
money to be able to call for the amount at a bank? We Invite you to
come to the Commercial Bank and open an account with Jl or more.
We pay four per cent interest on savings.
"I am going to make some inquiry about a savings account."
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Roy Galloway is
his visit to Miami.
home again from
Initial stationery, 35c
Gerig's Drug Stores. Ad.
the box at
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peter of
nellon were in the city today.
HORSES AM) MULES
I am keeping at my Sales Hani and Lot. mi
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house nqufire,
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market e a c, h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at the Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
H. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
Pearl tooth brushes a-e sold at
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
Mrs. J. H. Brinson has been quite
sick for some days, but is better today.
Stop coughing by using" Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
TO IILII.D BUSINESS BLOCK
The Metropol ian Realty and Invest Investment
ment Investment Company, the big colored organ organization
ization organization of the city, is preparing to
build a big business block on the
northwest corner of the entire block it
owns, at the intersection of South Sec Second
ond Second and Magnolia streets.
The building will be two stories in
height, 50x70 feet, with two stores and
three offices on the ground floor, a big
hall 50x50 feet on the second floor and
three offices across the front. Plans
are beins; made now for the building
and work will eommense very soon.
The Metropolitan people have Im Improved,
proved, Improved, repaired and painted all of
the property on this block and is now
getting a nice monthly income from it,
with larger returns in prospect.
Council Panned oa Yarioas Matter,
and Will Meet Again Tonight to
Receive Final Petltlona
Sheriff Galloway went to Mcintosh
this morning, to see about the Archer
Corn Remover actually re-
-. at hnh florlcr'a Tru sr
Mr. Jim Howell was in town today.
He says he will have some shorthorns
at the fair.
A full line of
flower pots at a
Seed Store. Ad.
enameled ware and
bargain at the Ocala
Mrs. Sidney Maddux of St.
burg is in the city, the guest
I. I. Strong.
of Pcters-of Mrs.
"The Mar. Hunt." a fine and exciting
Pathe feature in two reels, will be our
good thing ton'ght and this is a craek craek-erjack
erjack craek-erjack according to reports from other
cities. The machine is in fine shape
now and the light is as good as anyone
could wish for. Don't forget the am amateurs
ateurs amateurs for Friday six of them so far.
and a good time is guaranteed.
WEDNESDAY MORNING Ml SICAI.E
When you've had
need us. Phones, 20
Drug Stores. Ad.
the doctor, you
and 279. Gerig's
Mrs. J. J. McCranie and little son, J.
J. Jr., returned last night from a visit
Phone the Court Pharmacy for quick
and accurate prescription service.
Telephone 284. Ad.
Mrs. James Holder of Citroifelle is
in the city, the guest of her sister.
Miss Lutie Holder.
See the black satin pumps just re received
ceived received at Little's Shoe Parlor. They
fit and benefit. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Caldwell of Elec Elec-tra
tra Elec-tra were in the city today, and made
the Star a pleasant call.
1 Mr. F. D. Taft of Cincinnati, a
cousin of President Taft, was at the
Ocala House last night.
CENTRAL LAND CO.
WANTED AT ONCE
Twentyfive men to do develop development
ment development work in North Ocala, Sub Subdivision.
division. Subdivision. Apply to the office of
the Company, two doors north
of Harrington Hall.
White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Judge Eell thlsJ morning issued a
marriage license toMr. H. F. Priester
and Miss Bessie Anderson.
The Ocala House has adopted the
style of loose leaf registers in use in so
many of the biggest hotels.
WANTED A good, reliable woman
to do cooking and kitchen work. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Marion County Hospital.
The Globe was crowded with cus-
;tomers from the country this morning
ana me cierKs were on tne jump.
OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN.
For quick signs paintea while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
The Wednesday Morning Musicale
hell its weekly weekly today. The
following papers were read:
First. M'ss Annie Laurie Perry:
The disapproval of the excess of Wag Wagnerian
nerian Wagnerian selections that has appeared in
the two programs of the Boston Sym Symphony
phony Symphony Orchestra.
Second. Mrs. von Engelken: Mme.
Calve's operatic history. Hamlet was
heard in the season of 18&6-'" when
Mme. Calve was at the height of her
success and popularity at the Metro Metropolitan.
politan. Metropolitan. Third. Miss Walker read the test
of Galli Casazza's ability in the pro production
duction production of Mozart's Die Zauberflote.
There was also a very interesting
sketch given of the French opera and
outlines of the operas Carmen, Faust
and Romeo and Juliet.
The club had the pleasure of hearing
two beautiful selections, "The Overture
to Faust," played on the v'olin by Miss
Mary Connor and accompanied on the
piano by her sister, Mrs. Ben Condon.
Miss Downs, one of Ocala's most
gifted singers and also a great favor favorite
ite favorite with the club, sang in her usual
manner of grace and ease, "The Jewel
The club then practiced its chorus,
Yo Nennen, to be given some time in
Not in the least discouraged by their
recent defeats, the members of the
Ocala football team are training every
afternoon for another game with the
Hillsborough High School eleven next
Saturday afternoon. Captain Norton
Davis is still on crutches and will not
be able to play, but Olaf Zewadski
will take his place, and the Tampa
boys may count on the battle of their
LJudge Bell issbed a marriage license
i king i is ..a i Jtw:r, Jl. AJVl k IXIIXA .I13S
NRuth Mae Starliug, a young couple
tW. Gaiter section.
if you tviMU to reduce tne rout oi
livlne, patronize the Pure Food Meal
Slall In the city market. Stall No.
phone 471 Ad.
The funeral services of Mrs. W. H.
Mullin at the Catholic church this
morning were largely attended. Mrs.
Mullin had not been in Ocala long and
was a comparative stranger, so the
good ladies of the church turned out
in large numbers to take the place of
the relatives and friends in her far faraway
away faraway northern home. They covered
the bier with beautiful flowers, and
many followed the remains to their
last resting place. Itev. Bottolacio
conducted the services.
The city council met last night in
regular session with the following
members present: Carroll. Taylor, Hel Hel-venston.
venston. Hel-venston. Carmichael, Weihe. Fausett
Minutes of the last session were read
Judge McConathy was present to
represent the owners of property on
West Exposition street and brought a
long pet'tion with him. signed by
many of them, asking the council to
either repeal the sidewalk ordinance
on that street or allow it to remain
inactive for the present, as they were
unable to lay the sidewalks. After
some discussion the council decided to
hold up the work for the present.
The street committee and city en
gineer were autnorizea to locate a
supply of sand to be used in grading
the four add'tional blocks soon to be
paved with brick, two on West Expo Exposition
sition Exposition street and two on West Fort
King avenue, and the engineer was
instructed to supply the contractors
with a profile of the street grade.
On motion of Mr. Helvenston the
street committee was instructed to
have the streets in the third and
fourth wards, not now opened up. to
be cut out and graded to a passable
condition as soon as practical and to
employ extra hands for the work. As
Mr. Helvenston stated many of these
streets are so little known and so
poorly defined that the people do not
know where to build their houses.
An ordinance was read and referred
to the judiciary committee requiring
the laying of cement sidewalks on
Fort King avenue from Fox Lane east
to the limits. There are only two or
three gaps in the walk to make it con continuous
tinuous continuous as it is now.
Check was ordered given the Alaba Alabama
ma Alabama Paving Co for one-half of its bill
of $5382.09 for work done since last
meeting of the council, when the en
gineer's measurements are audited bv
the street committee. j
The clerk was instructed to issue j X,
certificates against property on Fort
King avenue for the amount of the re respective
spective respective paving bills where work had
been completed and a resolution car carrying
rying carrying the proper authority was intro introduced
duced introduced and passed.
Bill of Fire Chief Chambers for $15
for extra laborers at the fire of Sat Saturday
urday Saturday was ordered paid.
The petitions for city officers were
read and the proper names found on
them, the clerk was instructed to have
the names of the candidates placed on
the ballots at the city election on Dec.
10th. Those qualified so far are Mr. G.
A. Carmichael from the fourth; Mr. B.
A. Weathers and Mr. H. A. Fausett
from the third; Mr. Marcus Frank and
Dr. Walter Hood from the second, and
Mr. E. C. Bennett from the first. As
the law allows petitions to be filed any
time up to twenty days prior to the
election and as today is included in
that time, the council adjourned till
tonight when, if there are any more
petitions filed, a meeting will be held
and the names certified to the clerk
for printing on the ballots. The names
of Messrs. J. D. Robertson and R. C.
Muncaster were ordered placed on the
ballots as candidates for mayor.
The Nannue oe fllhie KacHs
Of the check you make out is positive proof
that you have paid the bill. A returned check
is evidence of payment good in any court in
the land. Open an account with and pay all ?
CHECKS ON THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
They are the safest way of sending money, the most
economical and the surest to prevent disputes. Don!t
hesitate because your affairs are small.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FULLY IX $73,000
IL D. STOKES, Cashier.
EDWARDS, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP, Vic Prei.
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Just received at Little's Shoe Parlor,
a late shipment of four-button Oxfords
in gun metal and patent leathers. Ad.
Mr. Wayne Ten Eyek. who has been
under treatment in a Jacksonville hos hospital,
pital, hospital, has recovered and will be home
WANTED A steady, reliable boy to
assist in work about the house; car carrying
rying carrying in wood, water, etc. Apply at
the Marion County Hospital.
Mr. T. T. Munroe, after several weeks
of tiresome tussle with the grip, is
able to be at his desk in the bank
Mrs. Daisy Chr'stie is prepared to
do multlgraph copy work with neat neatness
ness neatness and celerity. Call on her at her
desk in the Ocala House office.
Marcus Frank's sale is progressing
nicely. Hardly anybody comes in from
the country without paying his store a
I or first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone Xo.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad
.Mrs. j. .-. Lauue or Kort .McCoy was
in town today. He reports his solid
town nourishing and many settlers
FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
THE HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE
--- RATES r
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daughter,
M'ss Adele Bittinger. arrived home
yesterday afternyon. from their three
months absence' in the New England
states. For th past three weeks they
have been vi.tinvith relatives and
friends in Marland, Virginia and
Pennsylvania ana sailed a few days
ince from Baltimore via the Merch-
ait! and Miners Line.
WILL LKFS M2W RF.ST.U UAM I XXX'XKXX'XXX X-X"X-X: &''$QttttQ4
Mr. Will Lee will open his new res restaurant
taurant restaurant and pool room in the new
Hogan-Pedrick building in about two
weeks. The place will be all finished
by that time.
DR. W. K. LA5B
Sperlallnt Eye, Ear, None and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.
Mr. R. K. Yonge went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last night to spend a few days
with his son, Mr. R. E. Yonge, Jr.
My telephone haw been connected
and all order nhall be promptly at attended
tended attended to. Phone 471, the Pare Food
Meat Stall o. 3, city market. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jeffcoat and lit little
tle little daughter Elizabeth returned last
night from Pelion and Columbia, S. C,
where Mrs. Jeffcoat and the baby have
been for some time visiting relatives
and Mr. Jeffcoat has been for the past
Sunbeam Soda, foil pound Cn
Van Houten's Cocoa requires
only half as much as QCr
other Cocoas, cans 25, 45, 0t)L
Sunbeam Corn Flakes
Miss May Beals, the plausible and
good-looking young lady socialist,
will be in Ocala Nov. 27 and 28. and
deliver addresses to the people on the
square each evening. Her friends hope
to secure a hearing for her at the fair
Snowdrift Compound and Wes
son's Cooking Oil, belter than
Cottolene, and costs less.
Sunbeam Mince Meat with fine
recipe for Mince Pie, Fruit Cake
and Pium Pudding, JC
3 Dackaqes for LvL
Terkeween Oil. tne great nerve and All LiniR nf Ainf and Fmll Cake
uune unimeni; win not Duster, t or
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in
back or sides and all other aches,
cents per bottle at Tydings &xCo.
Dr. J. C. Boozer is visiting friends
up in Georgia, and incidentally ob observing
serving observing points for the benefit of his
hobby, the Marion County Fair.
Mr. Jos. E. Wilon. the clever Rem Remington
ington Remington typewriter salesman, is at the
Ocala House on his weekly round. He
will go to Crystal River tomorrow.
Mr. Montholon Atkinson, the phil philosopher
osopher philosopher and farmer of the Oldtown
section was in $own today. Mr. At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson is might well pleased with the
election of Wilson.
European Plan $1.50 per Day and Uq-Ward
A. F. WILSON. Ass'l Mgr. TUOS. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr
nn f maci Towl.4.t and Constipatw
Pr. S. H. Blitch. wife and daughter.
Miss Legie. were in town today. The
ladies were taking advatnage of Globe
bargains. Dr. Blitch will go to Terrell
to look after medical affairs at the
state prison there.
me ucala Knignts of Pythias will
not go to Dunnellon this eveninsr
?icKness or some of the members of
the Dunnellon lodge will prevent their
rtuciiuuii; iu me necessary worK, so
the meeting has been postponed.
.Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayo and their
smart little son, and Mr. P. W. Col-
lens of Summerfield were In town this
noon. They reported many people
coming In to attend the farmers insti
tute at their thriving town today.
Export Borax Soap, same size
and shape of Octagon and is a
better piece of soap
Sunbeam Oatmeal per
HAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
F you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction,' and
: it takes all of these to constitute
We are Ueadquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Hi iariware (Co
"V i t 1
Professors McQuarrie and Berger of
the University of Florida were in
town yesterday, consulting with the
fair officials about their educational
work next week. They went to Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield this morning to attend the
farmers institute there today. Mr.
John Miller came up for them with his
Vie have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.;,
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there are prettyfdark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
I shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly pleape you in this
I McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
The workmen laying the brick on
Fort King have dug the surface off
the street risht uj to the A. C. 1 rails
on Osceola, making a soit place very
difficult for an auto to push trru. A
big auto from the country ran into it.
last night, and found it almost impos
sible to climb out. Som sort of a
sign should be put up.
TrVOlT TTCTCTCTTlf G! HAND PAINTED'
WSUHjlUli 11 ILlflLO CHINA DINNER
A. T. Thomas of Ocala is in the city
for several days, at the DeSoto hotel.
S. R. Pyles. secretary of the Marion
Countv Fair Association and Judge D.
S. Williams of Ocala, were visitors
here last week in the interests of the
coming county fair. Summerfield
Senator E. L Carney of Ocala was a
visitor last Wednesday to his citrus
nursery on Little Lake Weir. While
here the senator was welcomed by
many of his friends. Summerfield
Rev. W. D. Turnley or rort Meade,
pastor of the Baptist church at that
place, was in Tampa today on a busi business
ness business matter. Mr. Turnley reports that
Fort Meade is growing rapidly, many
new people coming into the city and
new houses going up on every side.
Walter Ransom, who killed Henry
Body at Zuber several months ago,
had a hearing before Judge Bell to today
day today and was held in default of 15000
bond to await the action of the grand
Sheriff Galloway returned from Mc
intosh this afternoon, bringing with
him Robert Hickman, who was arrest
ed on suspicion at Reddick today.
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
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Building Material, Including the Following:
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We have just received another carload of stock. This car
contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules, selected
in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tompkins.
Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the selec selection
tion selection is large, and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right. Respectfully,
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Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street
By THOMAS DIXON
Copyright. 1911. by Thomas
An Old Perfume.
FOR nine years Stuart hnd re refused
fused refused to see or speak to Nan.
lie met Hivcns as a matter of
course, but always downtown
during business Lours or at one of hi
clubs. For the first year Nan had re
sentHl his attitude in anjrry pride and
remained silent. And then she bejran
to do a curious thin;: which had pro wis
to le a part of his inmost life. For
the pat eiirht years she hnd written n
brief daily diary recording her doings
thought and memories which she mail
ed to him every Sunday niht. She
asked no reply and he gave none. No
names appeared in its story and no
name was signed to the dainty sheets
of paper which always bore the per perfume
fume perfume of wild strawberries. Hut the
man who read them in silence knew
Th letter from her he held today
was not an unsigned sheet of her diary
It was a direct, personal appeal, tender
and beautiful in its sincerity. She beg begged
ged begged him to forget the past because she
needed his friendship and advice, and
asked that he come to see her at once
This letter was his first temptation
to break the resolution by which he
had lived for years
lie rose and paced the room with
fury as he began to realize how des
perate was his desire to go.
"Have I fought all these years for
nothing?" he cried.
The thing that drew him with all
but resistless power was the deeper
meaning between the lines. He knew
that each day the Incompleteness of
her life had been borne in upon her
with crushing force. And yet he felt
by an instinct deeper than reason, that
the day he returned from his exile and
touched her hand would mark the be beginning
ginning beginning of a tragedy for both.
In the past nine years he hnd thrown
his life away only to find it in greater
power. The firt year which he hnd
given of unselfish devotion to the serv service
ice service of the people had been a failure,
but a the end of four years he was
nominated for district attorney and
was swept into office by a large ma
Jority. The enforcement of justice
ceased to he a ioke and became a liv living
ing living faith
His work had stirred the state to a
nobler and cleaner civic life. During
the past year he had become one of
the foremost figures in American De Democracy
mocracy Democracy -the best loved and the most
hated and feared man in public life in
New York. He asked no favors: he
sought no preferment
The work on which he had just "ti "ti-tered
tered "ti-tered was an investigation before an
unusually intelligent grand Jury of the
criminal acts of a group of the most
daring and powerful financiers of the
world. When he realized the magni magnitude
tude magnitude of the task he had undertaken
he at once put his house in order for
the supreme effort It was necessary
that he give up every outside interest
that might distract his attention from
the greater task.
The one matter of grave importance
to which he was giving his time out outside
side outside his office was his position as ad
visory counsel to Dr. Woodman in his
suit for damages against the chemical
trust, which had been dragging its
course through the courts for years
To bis imazement he had lust re received
ceived received an offer from IMvens' attorneys
to compromise this suit for $100.no0.
lie would of course advise the doctor
to accept it immediately. He had
never believed he could win a penny.
What could be lliveus' motive in
making such an offer? It was imp s
Bible that the shrewd little president
of the American Chemical company
had anything to fear personally from
this attack. His fortune now could
not be less than ?4.(M)O,(00, and the
Issue of such a suit as the one Wod
man had brought and on which he
had spent so much of his time and
money was to Bivens a mere bagatelle
It might be Nan-it must be: Her
letter surely made the explanation rea
sonable. She knew this suit was an
obstacle In the way of the'r meeting
During the past winter she had be
come the sensation of the metropolis
Her wealth, her beauty, her pa!ae-
and her entertainments had made nei
the subject of endless comment. She
had set a pace for extravagance which
made the- old leaders stand airhast
Her worldly wise mother had been d.
for the past five years.
lie was waiting the arrival of Wood
man for a conference over Bivens' of
fer of compromise, and he dreaded the
"So the little weasel has offered to
compromise my suit for half the sum
we named, eh?" the doctor asked in
"I assure you that if the case comes
to its final test you are certain to lose."
"So you have said again and again,
my boy," was the good nntured reply,
"but his sudden terror and this offer
show that we have won already, and
he knows it. Bivens has seen the
handwriting on the wall. When the
American people are once aroused
their wrath will sweep the trusts Into
the bottomless pit."
"Bivens isn't worrying about the peo
pie or their wrath."
"Then it's time he began!" the doctor
cried. "Mark my word, the day of the
common people has dawned. This mud
sill of the world has learned to read
and write and begun to think. He
will never be content again until he
turns the world upside down."
"But you must consider th!s offer.
You have too much at stake. Your
factory has been closed for five years.
Your store has been sold, your busi business
ness business ruined, and you are fighting to pay
the interest on vour debts. I've sen
you growing poorer ar.iiy until yon
have turned your horr;e into a lodging
house and filled it with strnnirers."
"I've enjoyed Knowing them. My
sympathies have len made larger."
"But is this battle yours alone, doc doctor?
tor? doctor? You are bat one among millions
You are trying to bear the burden of
all. Have you counted the cost? Har Harriet's
riet's Harriet's course in music will continue two
years longer The last year she must
spend abroad Her expenses will be
great. This settlement is a generous
one, no matter what Bivens' motive."
"I can't compromise with a man who
has crashed my business by a con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy of organized blackmail."
"Ob, come. cor::e. doctor, talk com common
mon common sense! You were not ruined by
blackmail You were crushed by a
law of progress as resistless as the
law of gravitv."
"If the law of gravity is unjust it
will be abolished. 1 can't compromise
"The last tribunal will give you noth nothing."
ing." nothing." with Bivens. 1 refuse his generosity.
Til take only what the last tribunal of
the people hall give me justice."
"The last tribunal of the people will
give you nothing." the lawyer said
"I'll stand or fall with it. I make
common cause with the people. I know
that Bivens is a power now. He
chooses judges, defies the law. bribes
legislatures and city councils and
Imagines that he rules the nation But
the Napoleons of finance today will
be wearing stripes in Sing Sing to
morrow A despotism of money can
not be fastened on the people of Amer
lea. Only a few years ago a great
millionaire who lived in a palace on
Fifth avenue boldly said to a newspa
per reporter, 'The pi'hMo be d d!"
Times have changed The millionaires
have begun to buy the newspapers and
beg for public favor. We are wp Iking
on the crust of a volcano of public
wrath. I am content to live and fight
for the right, win or lose, and play
my little part In this mighty drama!"
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market for you to patronize If you will
but grant us the trial. Phone 108.
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lision Collision at Nerllna, X. C.
Norlina, N. C, Nov. 20. Six men
were killed and six others badly hurt
in a headon collision between the
northbound and southbound Florida Florida-Cubi
Cubi Florida-Cubi trains on the Seaboard Air Line
railroad one mile south of the Virginia
jand Carolina state line yesterday. All
jthoe killed or hurt, so far as report reported,
ed, reported, were members of the crews of the
jtwo trains, and express messengers.
State oT Ohio,
City of Toledo, 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 ease 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 De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern internally
ally internally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system system-Send
Send system-Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & c Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Ad
I rur. .Mne-roum nouse, inree
! blocks from postoffice. Apply to T.
C. Thomsen. postoffice. or 31 N. 3rd
'street. West. 11-15
! FOR RENT Offices In Holder bulld-
''nsr. A tint v to Davis Xr Martln.
WANTED Several salesman In ;
Machua, Marion, Putnam and Citrus ;
; counties to represent oldest establish-I
jed sewing machine on earth. Exper-;
i ience not necessary. Good men can
!make good wages. Address Singer!
Sewing Machine Co., Gainesville, Fla.
FOR RENT OR SALE On easy
terms, a nine-room house with all
modern improvements. In the best lo location.
cation. location. 129 South Third street, Mrs. C.
J. Phillips. Ad. ll-12-6t
Occasionally one man ma$r abuse
another by pra'sing his enemies.
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, 25c, 50c. and $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
No man can stand in his own light
without casting a shadow.
I Dan J. Joyce, Sanville, Henry Co.,
i Virginia, says: "I took a cold with a
'cough which hung on for two years.
iThen I commenced using Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound and the cough
' finally left me and now I am perfectly
; strong and well." Is best for child child-j
j child-j ren and contains no opiates. For sale
!at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Some people fail to win because
others do not lose.
i A Mitchell, a general merchant near
jDasdad, Ky., writes us: "I think Fo Foil
il Foil ey Kidney Pills one f the greatest
i kidney medicines there Is, My daugh
ter was in terrible shape with kidney
trouble and I got her to take It. She
Is completely cured now. I think It
one of the greatest medicines made."
Sold at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Many an unsatisfactory employe is
(fired with enthusiasm.
The boy's appetite Is often the
source of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only create a
healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and enable it to do its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Fresh Apalachlcola oysters at the
Pure Food Market, 25 cents a pint and
0 cents a quart.
It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
best cough medicine I have ever used,"
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavon Lavon-ia.
ia. Lavon-ia. Fa. "I have used it with all my
children and the results have been
highly satisfactory." For sale by all
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having It framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
"There could be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My
children were all sick with whooping
cough. One of them was In bed, had
a high fever and was coughing tip
blood. Our doctor gave them Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the first
dose eased them, and three bottles
cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donald Donaldson,
son, Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
all dealers. Ad.
Look at our line of box stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Huntsville, Ala. "W. C. Tollard. a
well known citizen says: "I have
uel Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and found it a most excellent prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. In fact, it suits my case better
than any cough syrup I have ever used
an 1 I have used a good many, for I am
now over seventy years old." Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
Cabbage, collard, ettuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
M'KC IAL M WTEK'S SALE
N-jtk-e i- hereby civen that under
and by virtue of that certain final de de-cr
cr de-cr rendered by th judire of the
ait r-ruri or ine nun juaiciai cir
j lit ..f Florida, in chancery sittinar. in
j a ct-rta:n eau.-e therein pending where where-j"?.
j"?. where-j"?. 11. Adams is complainant and
I P...:-er? II. Ke: 1 is defendant. said
i rinal 4fecre beinz dated Nov. 15. A. D.
: I. th- undersigned .special m 1 s
i r. will offer and expo.-e for sale, and
! will sell for cash to the highest and
j ,i bidder therefor before the south
;d "T of the court house In Marion
icountv. Florida, on
Miiln, January fttb. A. D. 1013
tht- following described lands, or so
I Tn,;. h thereof as may be needed to
1 .-atisfy the sail decree and costs, to-
w : ; :
i "The southeast one quarter of the
northeast ont- quarter or ine soumwesi
rs- -jUrtrt-r of section 3. township 14
-!::. ranae 23 east, being block 3
aiiJ tract a: per map of the New
..-.i:h Farm .Sr Home Company, con con-:n'
:n' con-:n' ten '!') acres, more or less.
T.iirt v f-t-t is reserved on each section
.ir.-l !. : s-. tion line for public high-
1- ;.-:r:...sfr.- Bradford Williams,
I IM-Airi S;-r.cer. Jr.. Special Master,
i -Iit:tor f -r Complainant.
That delicious carte, snap and sparkle; thai
refreshing, thirst-quenching satisfaction you
find when you order oy name
The Best Beer Brewed
So Don't Forget
STRAUSS & COMPANY
25 Sontb Magnolia St.. Phone 293
Call up Phone 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am we employ none hut expert vre re In poaltlon to rnarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work we eonatrnot to Mtaad the Inspection of the moat
rigid Inapectora. It eonta nothing; to Ret our flajnrea, nnd yon are the
winner, whether we aeeure the contract or not. til re ua n trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FOKT KING BLOCK
SEABOARD AM UNE
Tickets sold November 26lti-27lh 28th and 29th.
Final Limit November 301b.
City Ticket Agent, Ocala.
LOW EXCURSION RATES
Tickets Sold November 26lh-27lh-28th and 29th,
FINAL LIMIT NOVEMBER 30th.
M. R. WILLIAMS
and the Kind You Want
to Order by Name
us Give an Estimate on Yonr
S. C. IIOYLSTOX, JR.,
A. G. r. A., Jacksonville.
J. G. KIRKLAND
Division Passenger Agen