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STAR FURNISHINGS ; For All of the Domes WWW tt TUB FUIUHTUBB MEZI - FURNITURE AT RIGHT PRICES Thcus-Zachry Co. OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912. NO. 115. VOL. 19. OCALA 0 V s For flaky pie crust use na Lard soaked pies have caused a world of indigestion, and pies Fortification) of Chatalja Were Too SlronK and Well Manned for Their Armle to Force London, Nov. 11. The first Bulgar- 1 t i U .f,,1l ian attack on the Turkish line oi ior- UlCiClUIC lUiVC uccu wuuuuiuu llJcatloBS defending Constantinople aDusea, ana in some cases larjooeu. When properly made with Cotto lene and eaten atcuitable times, pies aro no more indigestible for a normI person than are many ether food? v;!rch so far have ccccpcd tills criticism. C&ttole&e ma!-:03 light and deli cate crust rich, but not greasy wholesome, digestible, nutritious. There is no hog fat in Cottolene. It is a vegetable product mado from purest and choicest cotton oil. It i3 a product of Nature, and much more wholesome than either but ter or lard. Cottolene is an economical fat Use one third less than cither lard or 65 cutter, ana od- tain better results. i THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMFllY DR. A. L. BLALOCK PHYSICIAN ano SURGEON OKI-'U F OVI'Il THE romiEitriAi, IlMv DR. L. F. BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON 'Phone 211 Ocala, Fla. at Chatalja failed. Every available man in the Bulgarian army was mov ed to the front from Adrianople, where they were rel'eved by Servian troops. The Bulgarians began their advance on the Chatalja fortifications Satur day and continued the bombardment of the works throughout Sunday. They, however, found the Turkish positions so strong that they could make no Im pression on them and for the time at least the attempt has been given up, the firing, according to a dispatch from Constantinople, having ceased yesterday morning. Observers wno have been to the Turkish front agree that the capture of the Chatalja lipes must prove a task of tremendous dif ficulty. The days the Bulgarian troops were compelled to use for the bringing up of guns, ammunition and reinforce ments, were utilized by tne iutks 10 entrench themselves, giving them a distinct advantage over the attackers. The Turkish soldiers, too appear to have been steadied. The Bulgarian troops made their at tack east of Chatalja. The strong forts, the marshes and the guns of the Turkish warships, evidently dis couraged them from making an at tempt to turn either Hank of the Turk ish lines. The Turks eem to have no hope of rolling back the Bulgarian forces, but if they succeed In holding the lines of Chatalja both the military and diplomatic situation will undergo a marked change, for a long defense of the front will probably compel the Bulgarians to enter . into negotiations without capturing the Turkish capi tal. At Scutari the Montenegrins are making some headway. They have driven Turkish troops from one of their mountain positions, but the Turkish commander has not given up hope of making a long defense. The invested fortress of Adrlanople also, according to independent corres pondents, still is able to withstand a siege of several months, ing stranger. Even if shut up day after day with his own family, no matter how pleasant they might be. they would be glad to see strangers. I'eople along a rural delivery route are always glad to see th- carrier. Wherever he would deliver a liquor package he would be invited to take a drink. There would be no necessity in his cast- for the cork to come out and for a portion of the contents to be spilled in transit. The cork would come out as soon as he delivered the package. Of course, the rural carrier would not be a prohibitionist. A prohibition ist would not consent to be a travel ing barroom. The carrier would not reject a proffered courtesy. B IU i ft supreme Court Han Smashed Preten tion of lntrretn Which Violate Sherman I.av I nilfr Over of Patents strations of advanced surgery, now In progress during the session of the Clinical Congress of Surgeons of North America, occurred, yesterday at the New York Polyclinic Hospital, when George Hart, a sufferer with hernia, died from the effects of the newly dls- I After the injection of stovaine into the ! spinal cord, the patient suddenly be- S gan to sink, and, despite the efforts of the score of famous surgeons, he died. It would be necessary to increase , which held manufacturers of the number of rural carriers. As a rule one would not last more than six or eight miles, and some of the routes i Washington. Nov. 19. The supreme 'court of the United States delivered a death blow at violations of the Sher- man anti-trust law under the cloak of protection of the patent laws, by an i nuling as invalid "license agreements" sanitary in the bathtub , enameled ironware together combination known as the : trust." are thirty or forty miles long. Ther j Justice McKenna delivered the unan would be no trouble, however, in get- t imous opinion of the court. He said ting rural carriers and no increase of , that rights conferred by patents were salary would be necessary. There would be no M'nd tigers in prohibition territory. I'ncle Sam would drive them all out of busi s m extensive but did not give a universal license against the positive prohibi tions of the Sherman law. The decis- ! ion fully sustained the government in j its fight begun over a year ago against lilt Udl.liui' aiiu ruaui': n at c man uia- in i llitf Crowd and Enthusiastic Greeting; for the President Elect at Ilermuda Sj turers. I THOl III.KS OF LEWIS HAVE OT City and Forta at Monastir and Fifty j . Thousand Turkish Soldier j Have Surrendered j J. E, GHAGE DENTAL SURGEON Knoms , lO ami 11, Second Floor, Holder Block, OCALA FLORIDA TERMS. CASH. M. C. IZLAR DENTAL SURGEON Law Library Building Phone 444 OCALA. - - - FLORIDA II LI Ml TIKKItft MAY SOOX HE OUT OF Ill'SIXESS Belgrade. Nov. 18. The Turkish fortress of Monastir surrendered yes- terday afternoon to the Servian troops, j Fifty thousand Turkish soldiers and I three generals laid down their arms. Monastir. the ancient Bitolia. is a city of about 30.000 people, the chief town of the vilayet of Monastir. It is about 100 miles northwest of Saloniki, and about the same distance east of the Adriatic sea. HAVE MtT TERMINATED St. Bouis. Nov. l'J. The jury in the case of E. G. Bewis, who is charged with using the mails to defraud, re ported to the federal court yesterday that they had found Lewis guilty of three out of eleven counts. The in dictment of the jury in the first trial stood nine to three for conviction. 7.EMO FOR I ANDRl'FF ! You Will le Surprised to See Quickly It Disappear How Hamilton. Bermuda. Nov. 19. Wood row Wilson and party arrived here yesterday. Crowds thronged the wharves of the city. The streets and business houses are decorated with tlags and bunting in honor of their visit. Fair weather made the sea trip pleasant. The governor thoroughly enjoyed the iays and nights at sea. The Wilson party landed at noon when the governor was received by the officials of the city. He was en thusiastically cheered as he passed through the streets. FOR LADIES Abington. 111. After years of suffer ing from kidney, bladder and rheu matic 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. Cllne. Sold by druggists. JOYS OF COINTRY LIFE No more dirty coats from dandruff ' heads. Zt-mo stops dandruff. Apply it any time with tips of fingers. No ; smell, no smear. Zemo sinks into the pores, makes the scalp healthy, makes jthe hair tine and glossy. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose i Medicine Co.. St. Louis. Mo., and is reg- I love to visit the man on tha farm. Away irom u.e en a u ( uUrly solll ,,y all druggists at $1 per They have pigs and cattle and chick- ; ottle. But to enable you to make a ' iesi ano prove wnai n in uo iui . o u , ens. too. And when they like, few. they can have a yet a 25-cent trial bottle fully guar anteed or your Court Pharmacy.- TR AYELIXCiS FOR THE C. E. For nearly twelve years the state secretary has made one or more trips through Florida, each year in behalf of our state union. This last one commenced Oct. 10th and ended Nov. 11th. It was indeed the "best ever." Via Palatka and the night-time jour ney. Tampa was the first place reach ed, it was good to see our long-time I'resbvterian Endeavorer, Mrs. A. T. money back at the penetiere, but the genial presence -Ad. And when their appetites call for quail, With gun and dog they can soon fill a pall. Then down In the hammock, among the moss. There we find that the squirrel is boss. FIRST EXPERIMENT WAS of her husband could only be felt, not seen, as since" my spring-time visit to them, he had finished his life-work. A FAILVRE I We had a snlendid time of course In I the southwestern district convention Patient Died I'nder the Influence of 1 at Magdalene, and after a restful stop the New Anneathetite Dr. Therese Cluett Osteopathic Physician Office No. 31, Holder Block Phone 239 Ocala, Ela. M'lVER & MAG KAY Funeral Directors Undertakers and Embalmers Fine Caskets and Burial Robes I), v.. McIYKK and C. V. 110I1UKTS Funeral Directors All Work Done by Licensed Em balmers and Fully Guaranteed. PHONES: D. E. Mclver 1Qo C. V. Roberts "05 Undertaking Office 47 W, C. BLANGI1ARD CONTRACTOR ANO BUILDER 1LANS FUKXIS1USC OX APPLICATION O. MIX 40 OCALA. FLA HAVE VOIR CAR PAINTED EDWARD DRAKE CIVIL KXCIXFEU, DRAUGHTSMAN AND COXTIttCTOK Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints and Specifications made. Lands sur veyed and platted. Ciose estimates made on ejection of buildings of any character by contract or on a com mu;inn basis. Write or consult me at Northwest Corner Ocala House Block OCALA - - FLORIDA L. ALEXANDER PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND BUILDER Careful Estimates Made on All Con tract Work. Gives more and better work for the money than any other contractor m tfie dtt. The following from the Times t'nion shows how the new parcels post law may effectually eliminate the blind Users: In vpstrJav's naner Mr. John P. Coffin, the energetic leader of the pro hibitionists of Florida, called attention to the fact that when the parcels post law goes into effect the postoffice de partment will become a common car rier of whisky goods. So far as Jack sonville's trade territory is concerned, I'ostmaster Gerow thinks Mr. Coffin is mistaken. He bases his opinion on the fact that the government doesn't now carry whisky, and he doubts the pos sibility of getting any of it through the Jacksonville office. As to Mr. Gerow's first ground for doubt It may be that the government has noi Deer carrying whisky because it has not been carrying large packages of any ikind. except such as are TranKed rrom Washington. The officials at Wash ington never send out whisky under a frank. Thev send out only such things n thev have no use for themselves. It I may be that now that the government has gone into the business of carrying large packages it will carry whisky. We know of nothing in the law to pre vent it. As to Mr. Gerow's opinion that it couldn't be gotten through the Jack sonville postoffice, we are ready to ad mit that a good many stoppers would come out and a good deal of the liquor would be spilled. But Jacksonville is such a heavy distributing point for f this kind that we do not be- ilieve the postoffice force here Is large enough to materially affect the ship ments. The shipments would De mucn more likely to affect the postoffice force. Doubtless Postmaster Gerow would apply for an increase of force and would make a showing that would get it. It Is probable that enough stoppers would come out and enough of the contents of the packages would be spilled on the train to make the rail way mail clerks feel much richer and much more Joyous than they feel now. But Jacksonville does such an enor mous business of this kind that prac tically all the shipments would reach their destination. It would take the entire postoffice department of the United States to spill the whole busi ness. Then the people up In Georgia Savannah excepted of course would be able to boast that they had no bar rooms aside from the postoffice. These would be liberally patronized: Crowds would go to the postoffice. some ex pecting to get mail and others hoping iheir friends would get it. i There is no law to prevent a man from opening his mail in me pusioi fice. and men are often too impatient to wait until they get to their homes or places of business. In every commun ity there are a good many men who. expecting no mail themselves, are so good hearted that they would be will in to rinti with those who received - - It. and with any number who were willing to be rejoiced with. This class of men would stand around the post office and increase In Joy up to the M l .11. nl point where they wouia ieei mcimtu to lie down and rest. Hut the rural mail carriers would be affected by this new departure more than anyone else. Men living along rural routes would not have to c-o tn town to imbibe. A traveling barroom would come to their door. The government would get all of this Mass of business away from the ex press companies, for thirsty individ uals would have to go to town to get their goods from the express compa nies, while Uncle Sam would deliver packages at their doors. Everybody knows how friendly peo ple in the country are, but most men think that on that account they are better than the city folks. They are Just alike, only their circumstances are different. Take 'a city man and let him look at a mule from sun-up until noon, and not even see the mule's face, and he would welcome any pass- We have squirrel and quail and veni son, too. And around the lakes ducks are not a few. jat the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. ' riearss. the secretary had the run or a New York. Nov. 19. The first fatal , ten.mlle ride. one beautiful sunrise, on termination of the series or demon Here we live nine days in the week. And never the city for pleasure seek. Down in the lake we find the trout. Jumping and darting all about. And when to the dining room we re pair To a dainty feast and with appetite fair. Around the table we take our seat And the spread is fit for a king to eat. Squirrel stew and quail perlow, Don't we sit back and enjoy it, tho. Sweet potatoes and custard pie. And cassava pudding; oh, my! oh. my! God bless the man who lives on the farm, Awav from the city's bustle and harm. J. M. V. EASY BELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION The Remedy that Heplaees Calomel. CauMes No Itentrletlon of Habit or Diet j It is a mistake to take calomel when your liver is lazy and needs toning up. j Hundreds of people in this section have discovered that Dodson's Liver Tone is a thousand times better and safer and its action is Just as sure. There are none of the bad after-effects of calomel to Dodson's Liver Tone and no danger of salivation. For attacks of constipation or bil- llousness one or two spoonfuls of this mild, pleasant tasting vegetable liquid are enough and the Court Pharmacy gives a personal guarantee that every bottle will do all that is claimed for it. Money back in any case where it fails. Dodson's Liver Tone costs only T.0 cents for a large bottle. Remember the name because there are any num ber of remedies sold in imitation or Dodson claims. Some of them have names very similar to Dodson's Liver Tone and are in same color package. These imitations are not guaranteed and may be very harmful. Go to the Court Pharmacy and you will surely net the genuine. Ad. Send us your name and address i:i exchange for a valuable and Complete Catalog illustrating hundreds of things you need and want. You can add the names of friends if you please. The DREW Co. Box 175 Jacksonville : : : Florida SMITH'S BARGAINS Hull Top Desk $7.00 Typewriter Chair. . . . One Vudor Veranda Screen. One Veranda Swing Seat. . . . 522.00 4.00 1.75 . 2.00 One Mission Parlor Set, Three Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00 One Mission Library Table. . . 9.50 One Chest Carpener Tools, big bargain, only 18.00 Several Extension Dining Tables from S3 to Sll.OO. Worth double. .Many other bargains, too. It. E. YONGE AGAIN IN THE PLUMBING BUSINESS SKiiTH Rack of Marcus Frank's R, E. Yonge & Co. are again in the j plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola , street, and Mr. Walter S3. C. Yonge has ! gone out of the business. A Jobs and contracts, wheth mall, will be careruliy iooKea aner. i Phone 2. Respectfully, Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co. ;. i onge has i 11 plumbing f ler large or J f f PORTO HICO'S NEW WONDER From far away Portr Rico come re ports of a wonderful new discovery that Is believed will vastly benefit the people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Earce loneta. writes: "Dr. King's New Dis covery is doing splendid work here. It cured me about five times of terrible coughs and colds, also my brother of a ; severe cold in his chest and more than j 20 others, who used it on my advice, j 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, j Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. Ad. CONSTIPATION 1 Indigestion. Bad Breath. Dizzi ness, Vertigo (blind staggers). Headache, Sallow Complexion, a Tired, .Discouraged feeling utddimcK 1 I La IV U 1 11 H t3 Is an Effective Liver Tonic and U Bowel Regulator. Efe influ- f MULES FOR SALE We have Just received an excep tionally 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. Its powerful reviving ence in the torpid liver brines t on an Immediate Improvement. IFVr You feel better at once. The howels marc freelv so that trie tr . , 1 w impurities uiv.u v o c:uggtu rj up the digestlv organs find an g outlet. When the system ha3 been thus purified, the bilious, U, half sick feeling- disappears, the complexion clears, the breath becomes sweet, the mind alert and cheerful and there Is a fine feeling cf exhilaration all through the body. y? "ft -mr Rattle. M, w JamesF.Ballard.Prop. St.Loui,MO. j "a vegetable wagon." en route to the jnew depot in Tampa. It makes us feel j younger to get some "country life," land it is a pleasure to go to Magda lene. Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Snyder enter- j tained me in Kissimmee. It was a 'good time there, and a number of En- .ltavor friends were met. Next came our fine convention in ! Kustls, where we had four state of ficers, and a good many other nice i folks together. After Eustis I had two days of com bined typewriting work and Christian fellowship in the home of Miss Eliza beth Burleigh, of Tavares. Her sister, Miss Margaret, had a birthday party. We all had a share in it. Eight days were spent near Cole man, which had been my home "in years gone by." It had been seven years since a visit there and these days between conventions were thus passed happily and all too quickly. Via Wildwood to Apopka I traveled, and was met here by Mr. Raymer Mc Quire. of Ocoee. It was a nine-mile carriage ride to Ocoee, and the secre tary enjoyed it. Entertainment dur ing the Ocoee convention was at the hospitable home of the McGuire fam ily, who are carrying out the generous spirit of the Endeavorer once there, so well known over Florida, that is. Miss Robel Withers. So many delegates were entertained in tnis house that to show (only partially a reason) our appreciation, one of its young people, Fred McGuire. was chosen the new president of Orange and Osceola dis trict. From Ocoee to Winter Garden was the next stop, and thence by a com fortable automobile. over that fine road, to Orlando. Nov. 6th. A long depot wait here, and the ride on the Seaboard railroad to Ocala commenc ed. Miss Lucy I'hl, recently from St. Paul. Minn., was the hostess In Ocala. Some other friends In and near the city v-re met. but Rev. Coleman, our only C. E. I'nion pastor in Ocala. was away at the state Christian church convention, then holding in DeLand. The last place of thirteen visited this trip was Gainesville. Headquar ters were In the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. W. I'.ruce. Mrs. Eruce. our long time state junior superintendent, is yet serving in that capacity and as president for North Central district. Her husband is in some better health and she hopes to get away from hom to attend th last convention of th year, in Interlachen. Dec. 13-15th. Gainesville has a splendid young so ciety or really young people in the Presbyterian church. One reason for this cheerins fact Is that thir new pastor. Dr. Anderson, is a genuine En deavorer himself. It was indeed pleas ant to attend four services in his church, including- their temperance me-tinsr. Nov. 10th. Other Endeavor friends were met in Gainesville and it was a arood ending to this happy trav eling for the "little secretary." The cominz months of ofSce work . . . -r , i tM was anti--ipa:ea. ine ijru s bum- ance was f-It in past days, surely it will come for future ones of service r 'Christian Endeavor." Grace A. Townsend. Ir.terlachen. Nov. 19. 1M2. Use Stenhens Eye Salve for Sore Eyes. It Cures. -- lSoiroRecoMWtNPttBv ALL DRUGGISTS LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF GOO TBTO(E TO EAT You will Surely Find Something that you Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, are JUST IN, and will .be tound Fresh and Firie Full Cream Edam Cheese in tins French Roqnelort Cheese in individual ars French Roquefort Cheese in large fars Chester Brie Camembert German Camembert Brie Roquefort Bierkase Dutch (Vazet) Switzerland Sap Sago " Italy Grt. Parmasan " tins 4 American Club " t Pimento 44 cakes each large bottles small " jars large " small " (4 4 4 4 4 4 44 5Cc 2:c 35c 35c 35c 35c 5tc 5Cc SCc 5Cc :c 25c 15c 15c 25c 15c 15c Kc lCc 2Cc $1.25 Sl.tt 75c 5Cc 35c 25c 25c 25c 25c " Philadelphia Cream Cheese in fars " Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil Shef fords. Snappy Cheese in fin foil Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen Pate de Foie Gras, with Truftles, large fars , small " Truffes Brossees in large bottles small " Boneless Anchovies in oil " Puree of Partridge with Truffles per tin ...... " Venison " Quail Pure de Foie Gras The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches Imported Ginger AIp, 20c bottle, per dozen $1.90 Knorr's Consomme Cubes 3c Socp Tablets 10c Japanese Preserved Jinger, small pots 30c ? large 6Cc Heckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quails PHONES 16 and 174 ocala ::::::: Florida F. E. McCLAXK, M. D. Specialist in Chronic Diseases THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE Ocala. Florida PHONES: OFFICE: Office, 333. Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Oquare oei Call made by upeelal appointment. Special Genltty Urinary CUalr after 7 p. m. earn flay. - KOLD WEATHER KOHFORTS We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Apron 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 U also complete and we have enough horse bianxets ror an me oia uoo- bins" in this section. Don't fall to call on us thing In our line. when In need of any- KNIGHT &l LANG A T. Thomas, Pres. J. Thompson, Manager The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. 0LY A FIRE FIERO bu: the crowd cheered, as, with burn ed hands, he held up a small round box. 'Fellows:' he shouted, "tnis Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev erything beat for burn?.' Right: also for ho'A. ulcers, .-ore?, pimples, ec zema, cut?, sprain. bruies. Surest pile cure. It subdues inflammation, kills pain. Only 25 cents at Tydings & Company. Ad. DEALERS IN Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock MANUFACTURERS OF Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de scriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in iir Brick, Stone and Cement. Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti mates furnished on request. 0 OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA eeds, rrw CROP Garden, Sell and flower seed. Just received. For sale by Wm. Anderson drugz:t and seedsman, Ocala. Ad. MOTEL GMTUIRCMELIL. BROADWAY AND 14tli ST. Union Square NEW YORK Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on the American and European Plans. American Plan. $2 per day and up. European Plan, 11.00 per day and np. Special Weekly Rates. I Churchill & Co.