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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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: DEATH TRAP

Pensacola, Nov. 19. Ten lives
'.were -'lost in a disastrous fire at the
ilnjdustrial School for Boys at tMar tMar-ianna,
ianna, tMar-ianna, yesterday morning. A com complete
plete complete list of .the boys who were vlc vlc-itims
itims vlc-itims of th disaster follows:
JoeAV-eathersby, Jacksonville.
:Walter Fisher, Tampa.
' CIarehc.5 -Parrbtt, Southland.
Louis "Feniandez,, Key West.
Harry WTell3t Jacksonville.
Earl E. .Morris, Lakeland.
AValdo Drew, St. Petersburg..
Clifford Jeffords, Clearwater.,
Besides the boys, who were in-
- mates,' the two others dead are:
Bennett Evans, carpenter -for the ;
school.
; 'Charles Evans, guard.
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VICTIMS OI 3IUIlT)EROUS CAUE-
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The school carpenter.- the guard
and the eight boys perished in the
fire for the reason that, it is alleged,
the -fire escape was locked with .two
Yale. Jocks and the keys were not
available. -' : '', a ::
The fire began .when a large lamp
left at the foot f the stairs explod exploded.
ed. exploded. The storage room, containing
rags and waste paper, was .near.
There is no guard on duty; at .night
and the inmates of the Institution
are said to have been locked ;up and
; their only avenue 6t.i escape cut off
irhen the fire escane was locked.
' Acting tSuperintendent; 'Willie Bell
oi 'Pensacola, ; who two years ago
pleaded guilty to? robbing the First
iXationa 1 Bank, of ? this city, of $ 5 0 ,-000,
000, ,-000, and served a term in the Fed Fed-eral
eral Fed-eral Reform School at AVashingt oa,
almost lost his life, but so fir as can
be learned is not in a serious condl-
. t ion. The carpenter and guard who
Lost their lives, we're father and son.
AFFAIR WILTi IIEINVESTIGATED
Tallahassee, So ;V9.-The first in--,.
formation: in Tallahassee regarding
the: fire. -at; the" Florida Industrial
. School for boys, mear-Marianna, Wed
nesday morning; in which : eight In-
mates and two officers' of the school
r were incinerated was contained in
a telegram' from the acting superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the school to Governor
-Trammell and received at his office
at three o'clock pn Wednesday af
ternoon, r Governor Trammell and a
majority of his cabinet are in Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City. Missouri, under subpoena
from the United States court to testi testify
fy testify in a government prosecution of an
Everglades land case. Immediately
upon receipt- of the telegram at the
governor's office a telegram iWas -sent
in the governor's nam a to the act acting
ing acting superintendent instructing, him
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to send a full report of the fire. A
telegram was also immediately sent
to Hon. V. HI. MUon(' at Pensacola,
president; of the Aboard of -managers
of the school asking' him to call a
meeting of -the 'board of -managers
with, the least possible .delay and to
have the matter exhaustively inves inves-.igated
.igated inves-.igated and to furnisb the governor's
office With; a full-report.
Early last night 1 the governor's
; office '.-was notified that Ir. Milton was
j out of he state for a few days.
(Thereupon another 'telegram was iin-
mediately ient in: ;the. -governor's
name to 'Mr. J. js. Shemll at pensa pensacola,
cola, pensacola, a menvberraiid. secretary of the
board of managers of the school, ask
ing him to call together the board
without delay and have the fire; in investigated
vestigated investigated 'thoroughly and reported
uponJV s ;
The board d managers of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Industrial (School for Boys, 'who
were commissliTne In August :1913,
aref ;VW IEt Milton, of Pensacola;
J. N. Sherrill; .of, Pensacola; Judge
iIra..A. IHutchinson, of Chipley Wm.
E. Baker, of, Jacksonville'; and John
High, of iHam.il ton county; At tor-
jGeneral .Thomas -F. West, who is
one of the few state administrative
officers .who was not called to Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City by subpoena -from the United
States court, has gone to CUarinna
today, to render assistance In investi investigating;
gating; investigating; the deplorable fire and its re resulting
sulting resulting fatalities.' ' .'
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CAKRAXZA : 3IOVE1) TO ORIZABA,
AXI 5IAY NEXT SKIP TO
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iMexico City, Nov. 19. Carranza
has established his government at
Orizaba and most of the 'government
officials left for Orizaba during the
night. -The new commission, headed
by Iglesias 'Fernando Calderon, left
for the north at midnight to make a
final effort for peace without resort
to arms, but it is believed the mis mission
sion mission will fail.
OPEN DA AND NIGHT
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IT IS PRODADLE THAT THE TUHIUSII G&7En::rjEn

UILL APOLOGIZE TOO
tAthens, iXov. 17. Despite the af affront
front affront by the Turkish garrison at
Smyrna of firing on the. launch fly flying
ing flying the .American flag, Captain Deck Decker
er Decker of the United States cruiser Ten Ten-nessee,
nessee, Ten-nessee, won new renown by his cool
judgment in abandoning his attempt
to enter the harbor- and communis
cate with American Ambassador
Odorgenthau, on whose advice, the
Tennessee withdrew,- to Chios. f ,The
reports that Capt. ecker threatened
to enter Smyrna harbor by force to today
day today are declared unfounded, ;
" The general opinion today, is that
Turkey will apologize.'
WIIjTj XOT I XVOLVK LTS I X WAR
Washington, Nov. 19. President
Wilson is : determined the United
States shall hot be involved in. war
with Turkey. If the Turks acted
without authority In firing on 4 the
launch of the American-cruiser Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, or if the act -was not justified
by naval 'procedure in a closed port,
its confidently believed the Turkish
government will' render an apology
for the -Smyrna affair.
The American' administration will
deal with. Turkey as it did with iMex iMexico,
ico, iMexico, and. pursue a "watchful waiting"
policy. r 1
Captain Decker lias been instructed
to "take, no action which might em embarrass
barrass embarrass or involve the United .States--
RUSSIAXS EXPECT TO GIVE GER-
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Petrograd, Xov. 19. It, is admit admitted
ted admitted today that. the Germans along the
front from the Vistula to .Warthe
have made, some marked advance,
but it is explained that this was' clue
to the i numerical superiority, of the
Germans whowere rushed into
Poland from Thorne and the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of the .Russians ,to ground
more favorable for. the great battle.
Wl LL TRADE I N BONDS ONLY
AND ; THEY RESTRICTED
(New York, .'Nov. 1 9. The !' ; Stock
Exchange opens Saturday for trading
in bonds, restricted. :
f. .We -carry everything In tlie Hue
of SPORT-MAN'S'- GOpDS, and you
will find our prices tiie very lowest.
Take a look at our hunting coats in
extra large sizes. Ocala Pawn & Loan
Office. "Why Pay More?" 17-tf
Now is the time to plant Rye for
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Petrograd, -Nov! 19. Tt'Ms official-
ly annaunced that the .Russians have
captured Tutach, an important Turk Turkish
ish Turkish town on the 'Euphrates : river."
Fighting has hegun near Batoum.

The 'Russians have defeated the Turks d1y. ;. French experts ; ar predicting
in the vicinity of lEzerum. that the invaders along the Ostend-
retire The spreading floods and In In-Constantinople,
Constantinople, In-Constantinople, -Xovl9. It is of- clement weather make. the present
iicially announced that the Turks position of the Germans untenable'

are nearing the ,Ru?.-inn port of Ba-
toum and its capture is imminent.
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CLAIMED THAT -RUSSIANS SUNK
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-Rome, iXovt 19. A News dispatch
from Petrograd- says the German
squadro :i which tombarded iLlbau
twas laterv attacked -by : the' 'Russdan
fi, et,-J;-e'ilting-in che sinking of a
German cruiser and two .torpedo
boat destroyers.
COTTON CLOSES TODAY AT A
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New York, Nov. .19. Cotton was
steady And two to five points higher
today. December, 6.94; January,
7.25; IMarch, 7.43;,D.Iay, 7.65.
SUICIDE 1A GATE CITY
Atlanta Official Well Known in Pol-
itics, Took His Life
. Atlanta, Nov, 19. Willium Camp Camp-hell,
hell, Camp-hell, former city. clerk and well
known in politics, committed suicide
this' morning, shooting himself thru
the head, with a revolver. Mr.
Campbell had been in ill health for
some time.
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M.ORE GEN ERA ES
11 ul lets' and Tiiease Take Winter Winter-feldt
feldt Winter-feldt and Von Rrisen
Berlin, Nov. 19. Two more Ger German
man German generals are reported dead.
General iVon iBrisen was killed in the
fighting in Poland and 'General Win Win-terfeldt,
terfeldt, Win-terfeldt, governor of fMetz, died in a
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Paris, '.Vov.. 19. The German, at attacks
tacks attacks In Wc3t Glanders are now much
less -violent, -says aXews dispatch to-
FRENCH HOLD FASTIX AIIGONNE
FOREST
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Paris, Nov. 1 9. The German ar artillery
tillery artillery on the (Belgium front, con-;
tinued active today, but no' infantry
attacks were made. The' French po positions
sitions positions .in' the Argonne forect" were
maintained. ;
TOOK A -FLEMISH' TOWN
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.London, jXov.- 19, tA News dis dispatch
patch dispatch states that' 'a detachment, of
British soldiers and French marines
captured Schoore, sin' west 'Flandcr-,
iby'a front and surprise rear attack,
driving out the Germans with se severe
vere severe losses. '.-'
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LOST GROUNI KE-TAKEX
'fi'"-.::- vyyy.-r- yy v:--r:
. Paris, Nov. 1.9. It was officially
announced, "at 3 p. m. that the allies
has. regained ground lost in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of Tracy Leyal on the north
bank of the Aisne. The artillery duel
was resumed between' the .North Sea
and the river Lys. -' :" V
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HAS CAPTUKED GUANA JATO AND
; IS MARCHING ON MEXICO
x Iraquato, IMexico, Nov., 19. Guah
ja'to, thq capital of the state af
Cuanjato, was captured by tho Villa
army and the march to Mexico City
continued, the Carranzaists- retiring
before the advance of the Villa sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. iThere has been no engage engagement
ment engagement since the campaign was inau inau-gurated
gurated inau-gurated by the advance frortv Aguas
Callentes. dt Is reported that ,2,000
Carranzaists deserted to Villa at
:Leon.
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Tha Rerall Store at the faff
grounds will have first class canlies.
cigars, cigarettes, chewing- gum" and
soda water, etc, 1 Gerig's. 11-12
" Keep your money, at home 'by hav-
ing the Ocala Sign Company make
your banners and signs for the fair.
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'rip.ii ri 5e'd, y: T.Jny an y&ix
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A1IICS" CREDIT.'
EASIER
New Vcrl;,
oldening of ti;
Nov. 3 0. With
f the
bankc thcr v.:;-, r. ;a?f",
to the con;::trcIZ rs tti:n::t'
4' : f7
000,000 ir. cold and Ic ;.r 1 i..
which 'will form E.a for a lo ;:j
Lxparsion throughout the country of
$1,000,000,000 approximately. Thorn
was. released in .Now
York
ionc
$160,000,000 of recurve'.
This mean;-; that the 'credit Acui Acuities
ties Acuities of the -metropolis ; -vrc so in increased
creased increased that there Is at, Crwlnnr-i
of money now for the enco;ir" "orncnt
of eery legitimate busirc-, f.r:f r r-prise.
prise. r-prise. Tho banks have alraly re re-'duced
'duced re-'duced their rates for leans to prac practically
tically practically a normal 'bi-ds for ,thi3'f..:i:o:i
of the year.' Within three and t;n t;n-half
half t;n-half month-;' aft'.r one of the vor.-t
financial cri;- i thrcj;:h
country bar: ever pard.
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normal and' theVo is therefore no
reason .why business .should not. h
resumed alone the custoinnrr Ux:--.i
with confidence.
STATIOXEHV at reduced ; rkes at
KREGER'S. '
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TUC OCALA EVENING OlAiS, THURSDAY, NOYEIIBEX 19. 1014

OCALA iE VENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
UITT1XGEH & CARROLIi, PKOPRIirrORS
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II. II, Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla.f postoffice as second class matter. : t

Williams, C. B. Strickland an 10.

T. Felts were among the passengers

on the early Atlantic Coast Line train

today 'hound for Gainesville to take
in the big Alachua County Fair.

These gentlemen, like all the Ocal Ocal-ans
ans Ocal-ans in the University City today, are
specially commissioned to extend in

vitations to every man, woman and
child in Alachua county to vbe pres present
ent present at the Clarion-Sumter Fair to he

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BOH. OF

Affairs of Interest to City and County

Discussed Wednesday Evening
The Board of Trade had a well at-

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held in Ocala next week.

tended meeting Wednesday evenin-

OCA LA sh ouii have oxi:

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discussion on the various affairs at HI

present interesting the city.

Owing to the ffct that air. Duval

had not been able to prepare the re-

port on- commission government, no

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(Domestic)
One year, in advance. .55.00
Six months, in advance. ... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25

One month. In advance:

.50

(Foreign)
One year- in advanoe.
Six months, in advance. ...
Three months, in advance,
' One month, in advance. .

$8.00
4.25
2.2
.80

We are. glad to'see a civilian rifle j conclusion was reached in this mat

ter, bu-. on .motion of Postmaster

Why is a railroad junction gen generally
erally generally tte godforsakenest looking
spot on the map?

The promotion of good fellowship
and hearty cooperation in business is
a long step towards good profits and
more leisure to enjoy them. Get
one and you'll have the other.

The Turks a-e not likely to con conquer
quer conquer Egypt, but if they can hold any
one point on the Suez canal for a
few hours, they will badly cripple the
British empire. Quick communica communication
tion communication tbetweeh Britain, India, and Aus Australia
tralia Australia lies thru that sixty-mile ditch
cut in the desert sand.

hension for the large number of Am

erican missionaries and teachers in
Turkey. In case of a general out

break by the (Moslems, they will be
sure to suffer. It is not likely our

government' will do anything unless
three or four hundred of them are

killed, and then It will hardly do any

more than send ships to bring the

bodies home.

THE MARIOX-SUMTER FAIR

IMiss Annie A. Gordon of Evan Evan-ston,
ston, Evan-ston, 111., was elected president of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union &i the 'Wednesday session of
the national convention in Atlanta.
(Miss -Gordon has ibeen acting presi president
dent president since the death of tMrs. Gillian
M. Stevens of Portland, Me., several
months ago.

Preparations for the Marion Marion-Sumter
Sumter Marion-Sumter Fair are rapidly .being
brought to a conclusion, and there is
every reason to believe it will be a
most successful occasion.
As far as the Star can learn, the
people of the county will ibe here In
force, with the pick of their fields
and groves, and firstlings of their
flocks and the samples of their handi

works. It Is to be hoped that all, or

club formed in Jacksonville, and we

wish 'it had many ; thousand mem

bers. The federal government is do

ing everything in its power to en

courage the formation of such clubs.

They would help to furnish a state of

military preparedness that, the

Times-Union would : like very much

to see. A . ' '-.AA 'I'-
;We do not know, what will follow
the hig war now in progress. We
hope It will he universal peace .un .under
der .under a system of world government
that will control nations as civil gov governments
ernments governments Instituted ; by various

states and nationalities control in

dividuals. But while we hoDe for

this,; we are not sure of it. 'It is

possible that the tUnited States will

have to try conclusions with the Vic

tors. f

This is highly Improbable, fbut not colonr ot

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so utterlv ImnrnhahW nA tn Tint ho I JJ'aae vit.

tRogers, the ;board of governors was

appointed to go over the city charter

and make report to the iBoard of

Trade.

The .board of governors will also:

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endeavor to find out thesentirnent.of

the people, in regard do the changes

of schedule on the 'Coast Line be

tween Ocala and Lakeland and IIo-

onosassa

Secretary 'Rooney -spoke Interes;

Ingly on the work of the 'Florida

Vegetable 'Marketing Bureau, which

Is one, of the children of the Board

of Trade, and one of the probable!

results of which will be a" big meet

ing of farmers and truck growers in

this city next week. Among others.

one big delegation, probably a. hun

dred, is expected from the famous

urystai springs, near'
President ;MacKay was I

worth preparing for In an economical authorized to appoint a committee to;

and rational way. We do not care

to see the regular army enlarged as

a means or p reparation, for if the

preparation took this form it Would
'be inadequate unless it resulted in

the formation of an enormous stand-

meet these visitors when they arrive

on the s2 5th.

'After resolving to meet at 7 p.m.

during the winter months, the 'board

adjourned until its next regular

meeting, Wednesday, Dec. 0.

.' a HA:asoaiD.siiA':ir si.it vie;.; a; til
culture A'X d refind:.". : : n r. i t i c : : :: r
LASTING ARTICLE, IX Till: liC-M.: AND L,
FROM. GENERATION TO G E N ER AT i G X. C :
I S SOLID "STERLING" W H EN V.' : ; SAY
SIGNS ARE THE LATEST STfLES, AND Ol
II ONE ST LIIvE .OUR GOOD3. 8E.XH "::iLVr
GIFT AiND .BUY IT AT OUR STOILJ WJIEU;:
PRICES ARE RIGHT AND THo GOODS ARE

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nearly all. will come. This lias ibeen army, .ir we are to rely for de-

As -Governor Trammell was not

out of tie state .Tuesday, ibut instead

was ats Gainesville, addressing the
neonle at the 'Alachua fair, the Te-

poTi that Ion .Farris was de facto
governor was a pleasant fiction. Ion
tmay 'be governor sure-enough some
day, however.

rather a hard year with many of us,
and it is therefore the more neces necessary
sary necessary that we should meet and be aner-

ry, compare notes, -De manKiui mat

we are no worse off, and then ( take

heart and o forward;

(Wre have two great and good coun

ties to show for, and while we are

not as well off as we have (been In

fense exclusively on a standing

army, anything of Ies3 than a million

men would be inadequate.

fWe would much prefer to see the

REPORT OF CANNING

CLUI5 DEMONSTRATOR

The (Marlon County Board of
Trade has as its motto, "Agricultural
Prosperity Precedes Commercial Su-

NThe report of the Clarion County

ouivij vx. um v-uuun j iuc uauua vauuiug viuu iui JCill MMi). IS

of 15,000,000 good .marksmen with-) as follows:

out military training than in the fMembers enrolled under require-

hands of one million of the best drill-r I ment of the department of agricul-

ed". and equipped soldiers on earth. I ture, Washington, D. C., were 122.

some years we are better off than ITVUh our whole 1 population skilled In Of this membership only 28 stood the1

we have been in some others, and at I r nrearms we couia xram l icsc.

the worst we shave a solid condition an army numbering not one million, The w;ork accomplished through

of affairs that would look like the

riches of Golconda to more than half

the world.

The indications are that we will

have a greater number of 'visitors

but several million, men in a short! these 28 girls was -4000 cans of to-

and

bkra

time, and in. a war such as is now in I matocs, '250 cans of corn,

progress one million men would I other vegetables, 375 glasses (jars)

make scarcely, any impression A

of piokles, preserves, ,' 'marmalades

Iri the earliest days of our history and jellies, 225 bottles of Iictchup.

premacy," the truth of which is firm- j jiis year than usual from other p"e average American was skilled In A'bout one-third of these goods were

iv established and along which line Lrrvi,Moa or, TCa eUnM Anrt the use of firearms. In the 'war he- sold in town through our local ciier-

' vwuuwvai vfc'V f I. tuvu. . m ....

APlant City has long be-n working. feet foremost and show them what tween the states the .soldiers of the chants. A

Plant City Courier. :we can do me anustn't let our good quickly Abecame efilclent ibe-1-. For the year 19U4 there were 94

And anybody who looks at Plant) friends of Alachua put one over on "s6 they-, were ; accustomed to girls venrolled and of that number 36

Citv and vicinity can see results. ,lfl. hnnM rioirft in their sue horseback riding (before the war have done their 'best under most try-

and zo them at least one bet- :Droke out, and were also accustom- ing circumstances to do credit: to

The report comes from South Flor- Uer. ed to the use of guns. Much of their their membership and while all re-

ida that Major Ladue is in that ter- .is a cood dessert is an dmroortant ,mlIItary education had been receiv- ports are not yet verified, I am quite

Titory hunting for a German wire-vaTt of V(3ry dinner, the amusements ed before a gun was red or a com- connaent of correctness of estimate

Brick City Cider and Vhite ViiAAjar, in cur:

50c Jars of Fine California Ta I
a out' at S:" cants per jnr.
Ripe Yellow Pin:ip:unG for I:ic:. 4Ii!:

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less outfit supposed to De iocatearare to many the best part of. a fair.

there. lAn airship has also .oeen We wiu .yQ this year he best list

seen, winging its way across the Ev- Gj amusements we have had so far.

erglades at night A Just exactly what

use the Germans would have for
either a wireless or an airship in

iSouth Florida Is 'hard to determine.,

Judge CAE. Harrison, for some

editorial writer on the

Tampa. Times, has severed his con

nection with that paper. 'Judge tHar-

rison is an unusually good writer,

The carnival company which is com coming
ing coming 'here 'has a bright," new- outfit.

managed by .veteran showmen. It

has given4 the -oest of sa:tisfaction at
Live Oak and Gainesville, and in

tends to put, another ribbon In its

Leap when it comes .to Ocala.

.Let all our people of tMarlon and

Sumter come to Ocala next week

and proveHhat (bad seasons, unsettled

political conditions and foreign rwars

possesses a wide range of informa

tion and is a man of high character cant make anuch of' a dent in our

and ability. It will take a journalist gona and enterprising community

of the first class to fill his place on

the Times.

The petitions for mayor and coun-

cilmen are all in and time is up for

putting names on the ticket to be
voted December 8th. The candidates
are a very good set of -men and the

public interest will he fairly well

looked after hy even the worst of

them. Let the voters try to pick out

the !best and have a campaign with

out acrimony.

A POINTER FOR
THE SUFFRAGETTES

The less a woman acts like a man

and looks like a man, the hetter she

is. . -'" a' -.

GREAT CROWD AT GAINES VILLE

uAmerica has no magnificent war
machine, .but the magnificent charity
of her people has never 'been equall equalled
ed equalled under heaven. Perhaps,' we will
line up hetter than the legions of
the kaiser on the judgment day.
Ocala Star.
Te don't have to wait fr jedg' jedg'-ment
ment jedg'-ment day. We got him skun a mile
right now. Sarasota Sun.
In construction, Rube. He has it
on us in destruction.

A great many people from (Marion

county are attending the (Alachua

County 'Fair, going both in automo

biles and via train. One iman who

went up in a car yesterday said the

road between here and there was a
continuous procession of cars.
Alachua county should reciprocate

next week and pay their party calls

down here. A

pany organized in th war. f This is I made out which is as follows:

not the case now, !but it would be the j Seven thousand eight hundred and

case if the young men of this coun- ninety cans of tomatoes, corn and
try or the greater portion of them foeans and other vegetablss, 575 cans
would prganize into rifle clubs. of pears and peaches, 693 glass jars

We would like to see every young of pickles, preserves, marmalade and

man in Jacksonville a member, of j jelly, 325 ibottle3 of ketchup and 50

such a club, so that without inter- ibottles of grapejuice.

ference with his daily business hel This is but a summary of sworl

could 'be prepared for any emergency I done in the homes of club "memhers.

that might call him forth. Times-1 which shows almost a double of last

Union -: f year's work which is auite remarka-

The Star is glad to endorse the I ble, considering the climatic and crop

foregoing. and recommends the conditions of the present year.

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young men of Ocala to follow the ex example
ample example of those of Jacksonville in

forming f a rifle club. Target shoot shooting
ing shooting with a rifle is one of the finest
of sports, and it is a great satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction to any man to be proficient in it

.Postmaster R. F. Rogers went to

the Gainesville fair this morning and

will give special attention to getting
pointers on the parcel post exhibit.
Extensive preparations have been
made for having a parcels post ex exhibit
hibit exhibit at the Marion-Sumter Fair, and

it will he quite Instructive.

E3IBRACED THE AVRONG' ISSUE
According to an exchange Maurice
Connolly, democrat, of Iowa, defeat defeated,
ed, defeated, ran his last political race in tho

wrong state. y : :
'According to current stories, he
was successfully attacked by the op opposition
position opposition papers at' home on the
ground that he had been a brilliant
figure in the social dif e of Washing

ton and that he had attained a de degree
gree degree of excellence in the "fox trot,"

maxlxe, tango and "kitchen sink"

which marked him as" a member of
the terpsichorean art.

!If 'Mr. Connolly had heen a candi

date for United States senator in

New York, which Is dance mad, he

would have had a fair chance to win
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over tnat republican waltzer. iMr.

Wadsworth. ;

The special .brand of headache
medicine that drove to insanity the
man who" killed F. W. Hinman

should be published for the tbenefit of

headache-powder dopesters. There is Cashier H. D. Stokes of the Ocala

very little of the stuff that is not 1 National Sank, and Mr. W. W. Con-

highly injurious and some day civ- j don, superintendent of the Ocala &

ilized people will see that its sale is Southwestern (Railroad, are among

prohibited. diami (Metropolis. 1 the many Ocala visitors at the Alach

A" law that made a clean sweep of ua County Fair today.

all the devilish concoctions would be

ot great benefit to humanity. Some
of them are worse than others, and

all are bad.

Tr. W. H. 'Dodge,' who Is in Jack

sonville attending the meetings of

the Florida synod, presented the

ibody at the opening session, Wednes-

Firing on the iboat of the cruiser j day night, a gavel to he used iby the

Tennessee at Smyrna Is not likely to president. Thirty-three years ago

re-suit in anything serious. It was the synod was organized and Dr.

probably the act of some hot-headed I Dodge was present then

officer, and, not authorized by "the

Turkish government. There is, how-j Messrs. D. E. CMdver, Z. C. Cham-

ever, -eason for considerable appre- bliss, Wilbur Cleveland, Malcolm

Many of these girls failed abso absolutely
lutely absolutely so far as their -,own garden
was concerned, ibut" determined to
make good they would can on shares
or from a trucker's field.
Aside- from this I might add fully
5000 cans of tomatoes, beans, green
peas, peaches, pears and other stuff
put up by various farmers under my
direction.

Already the '4H .brand is gaining a

great reputation for its full pack and

extra good quality. As before stated

the work for 1915 will he even more

complete, as I am expected to work

with the mothers of club members,
and in homes where no club work

now exists. Already I. have received

a list of 37 names of 'Marion county

women who want to join in this great

work of making happy, contented,
moral homes. Literature is sent me
from the department at Washington,

which I study and send out to each

home as fits the case, and great ben

efit will thus be gained.
(Respectfully,
Caroline II. Moorhead, Argent.

Rev. (W. H, Coleman will supply

for Rev. fMullady at Mcintosh next

Sunday, both dnorning and evening.

and will also preach a "special ser

mon at Lowell school house; at 3 p

m Sunday afternoon. The public is

cordially invited.

WEIRSDALE

Messrs. Stephen Jewett and C. S.
Cullen are attending the Alachua
fair today, having made the trip in
Mr. Jewett's auto.

During the four days, of the Marion-Sumter
Fair we will give 10 per
cent discount on every- purchase
made. Little's Shoe Parlor. 9-tf

Why worry about your Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving cakes when you can have U3 bake

them for you to your order? .Carter's

;B?kery. 17-Gt ;

eirsdale, Nov. 19 Pastor Logan

and his wife were very much surpris

ed indeed Thursday night when

crowd of about thirty people of the

community came in on them. Mr

and (Mrs. Logan were at Mr. Bart

lett's for the evening and the com

pany was much surprised also. They

sent for the minister and they al

enjoyed the evening very pleasantly

Games were Indulged in and light
refreshments were served.

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If you have no shotgun don't let It
worry you, as you can rent one jfrom
us at a very low rental. Ocala Pawn
& Ixan Office. "Why Pay More? ff

South Carolina OEtust-Proof and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-2-tf.

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CriAPTER IV.
The Seven Lumberjack.
THE more I wv of Joe In the
days which followed, the more
I appmiatMl man and the
mort I btH-junt? onviiu'ed of hU-.
remarkable jrifts. It was not long aft after
er after our return from St. Amlel before
Joe sucveedi-d in getl in iu. a fair shot
at the lare red deer bm-k of Widde Widde-ney
ney Widde-ney Knd, and It so'lijijentd that the
killing of this buck brot. t u sinews of
old Flihamson. for we took the head
down to iiiin to set up.
Joe and I' walked over and'found him.
living witli.his djiujditer. Janey Lyon, 1

for the police had upver been success successful
ful successful in disciverin the identity of the
arenger of Bi Tree portage. The two
seemed 'very happy together, but 1
rjjiust acknowledge that I feared from
what I saw that the beautiful .Janey
would not continue to bear the name of
Lyon much lonjrer. I said as much to
November Joe as we were 'walking
back.
"Thars nature." said he. "Old Man
Ilishamsbn told me that neither Bax Baxter
ter Baxter Gurd .nor Miller don't give her no
peace. Well. iVuess a woman's better
married any vray.'
It was drawing'1 on toward evening;
and had begun to rain when we turned
from the woods Into the mile long trail
that led to November's1 shack. Ilis
quick glance fell at once upon the
ground and. following his eye, I saw
the, impression of fresh tracks.
"What do they tell you?" I asked, for,
it was always a matter of interest to tome
me tome to put November's skill to the little
daily tests that came in my way.
"Try yourself," said ; he. : -v
""A man in moc-cas Ins probably an
Indianhas passed along Isn't that
right?" I asked. r j
November J oe. smiled grimly.
"Not just quite. The man Isn't an
Indian; he's a white man. and he car carries
ries carries hig news arid has not come very
far."
i "You're sure?" I said, vs looping to ex examine
amine examine the trail more closely, but with without
out without result. ; ; ;
. ".Certain! The Indian moccasin has
no raised heel. These have. He's not
come far. He's ti-aveling fast see, he
springs from the ball of the foot." and
when a man Onishes a journey on the
run you may be sure he thinks he's
got a good reason for getting to the
end of it This trail leads nowhere
but to my shack, and we'll sure find
our man there."
Ten minutes later, jvhen we came in
sight of November's borne, we were
aware of a big man sitting on a log
smoking his pipe beside, the door. He
was middle aged, with a hard face,
and there was more gray in his russet
beard than his age warranted. As soon
as we appeared he Ieap?d up and came
across the open to meet us.
"Blackmask is at it again!" he cried.
I saw n. gleam of, anticipation, if not
of pleasure, cross November's face. Be
turned to me.
"This U Mr. Close, manager of the
River Star Pulp company's Camp C,"
he said. "I'd like to make you known
to Mr Quarltch. Mr -Close." This
courtesy concluded, he added in his
deliberate tones. "What's Blackmask
done now?" r
"He's at his old tricks! But this year
we'll lay him by the heels, or my
name's not Joshua Close." The speak-,
er looked up; and. seeing my puzzled
expression, addressed himself to me.
"Last year there were "five separate
robberies committed on the road be between
tween between Camp C and the settlement." he
explained. "Each time it was just a
single lumberjack who got held up.
and each time a man in a black mask
was the robber. November here was
away."
"Up In Wyoming with a Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia lawyer after elk." supplemented
the tall young woodsman. ;
"The police failed to make any ar arrest,
rest, arrest, though." once they were on the
ground within four hours of the bold bold-up."
up." bold-up." went on Close "But all that is
ancient history It is what happened
to Dan Mhhaels last "night that
brought "me here at seven miles an
hour Dan has leen .working for pret
ty uigh a ihre nionths.' streth. and
the day before yesterday he ottrae into
the office and told me his mother was
dead and he must have leave for the
funeral He had a good big roll or
bills due. anl I ctmld see be meant to
blow them, so 'I paid hirn and told him
I'd try to kwp a Job warm for him tfll
be 4-ame baek fnm the funeral f
gave him ten days to get through with
his.spree Something I'd said annoyed
him. and after telling the "ook his
opinion of me and saying be wouldn't
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Cctsr.tht. 1913. by
lletketlt Prichard
sleep anbtner nignt in a camp wnere i
was boss he legged ont for, the settle
raenL :
"By himself?"
"Yes. alone. Next morning, bright
and early, he was back again, and this
was the yarn he slung me., He'd made
about -eight miles when It came on
darkish, and he decided to camp Just
beyond where we did the most of our
timber cut last year, ne slept at once
and remembers nothing more until he
was started awake by a voice shouting
at him. He sat up blinking, but the
talk be heard soon fetched his eyes
cpen.
" 'Hands up and rfo fooling!
"Of course he put up his hands.
He'd no choice, for be couldn't see any j
one. Then another man who was in
the bushes behind his back ordered
him to Haul out bl3 bundle of notes
and chuck them to the far side of the
fire or take the consequences. Dan
saw a revoU-er barrel gleam in the
bush. He cursed a bit. but the thieves
had the drop on him. so be just had to
out with his wad of notes and heave
them over as he wa (old. A birch log
in the fire flared up at the minute, and
as the notes touched the ground he
saw a chap In n black mask step out
and pick them tip and then jump bacl$
Into the dark. Then the voice that
spoke : first gave him the hint not to
move for two hours 'or he'd be shot
like a dog. He sat out the two hours
by his watch without hearing a sound
and then came back to C
r "When the .boys got all the facts
the whole camp was nigh as mad as
he was. They put up $."0 reward
for any one giving information that
will lead to catching the robbers, and
I added another hundred for the com -.
pany. So now, Joe. if you can clap
your hand on the brutes yo'u'lL be do doing
ing doing yourself a good turn and'others
too."
Close ended his narration, and looked
at November, who had listened
throughout In his habitual silence.
"Do, the boys up at C know you've
come to me?" he said.
"No, I i thought f it wiser they
shouldn't"
November remained silent for a mo moment
ment moment s"
"You'd best7 get away back, Mr.
Close.: he said at length. "I'll go
down to Perkins' clearing, and have -a
look at the spot where the robbery
took place, and then Tir find some
excuse to take me to Camp C. when
I can make my report to you."
' Tq this Close agreed, and the two
of us set out through the woods to the
site of Dan Michaels' bivouac. The
ashes of a fire and a few boughs made
its scanty furnishings, and in neither
did November take much interest
Forth and back he moved, apparently
f ollowiug lines of tracks which the
drenching rain of( the previous day
had almost obliterated., until. Indeed,
after ten minutes, he gave it up.
"Well, well." said he. in his soft
cadenced voice.. :he always did have
the luck."
"Who?"
"The. robber Look at last -year! Got
clear every time."
"The robbers." I corrected.
"There's but one." said he.
"Michaels mentioned two voices, and
' the man in the mask stepped into sight
vninn moitiont ns the flro vllnt.
FRESH
FMs Frais
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Best English Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil 'Nuts, best INo. 1,
per pound 1 8c
Fre?h California Raisins,
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Two pound for. .. . .25c
Large Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz .... 1 5c
Homemade Candy, fresh
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ed on tbe revolver or we otner oiaa
in the bushes." )
Without a word November led me
to the farther side of the dead fire
and parted the Ixugh3 of a spruce,
which I had previously seen him ex ex-amine.
amine. ex-amine. At a height of less than, five
feet from tbe ground one or two twigs
were broken, and the bark had been
rubbed near the trunk.
"He was a mighty Interesting man.
him with the revolver November

threw back his handsome head andjj
laughed "There was oniy one cnap.
aid he. fixed the revolver here in that
fork. It was a good bluff he played
on Dan. making him think there was
two agin him! The rain's washed out
most of the tracks, so we'll go up to
Camp C and try our luck there. But
first I'd better shoot a deer, and the
boys H think I only come to carry them
some meat, as I often do when I kill
anywhere nigh tbe camp."
As we made our way toward C No
ember found' the tracks of 'a young
"suck which had crossed the tote road
since the rain, and while I waited-he
clipped away like a shadow into the
will, raspberry growth, returning twen twenty
ty twenty minutes later with the buck upon
his shoulders.
On reaching Camp C November sold
his deer to the cook, and then we went
to tbe office. The men were all away
at work, but we fonnd the manager, to
'Hands up and no fooling!" ;
whom' November told his news. 1
noticed, however, he said nothing of
his idea that there bad been but one
robber.
. "That Just spells total failure," re remarked
marked remarked Close when he had finished.
November assented, "Guess we'll
have to wait till" another chap is held
up," said he. ;
"You think they'll try their hand at
it again?"
"Sure. Who'd stop after such suc success?"
cess?" success?" Td be inclined to agree with you if
It wasn't for the fact that the men
won't leave singly now. They're scared
to. A party of six started this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. They were hoping they'd have
the luck to meet the scoundrels and
bucking how they'd let daylight into
them If they did. But of course they
won't turn up they'd be shy of such
a big party."
"Maybe," said November.' "With
your permission. Mr. (."lose, me and
Quarltch'U sleep here tonight."
"AH right. Bit can't attend to you.
I'm behind wit n-my accounts, aud I
must even them up If it takes il
night."
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nave au answer to. It's ju, this: How,
ha
did the robber know that lwn Mf hals
was worth holding up? Or .that be wis
going off on the spree? He-must; have
been told by some one Blackmask has
got a friend hi Catnip C ail right. That
is, unless"- ;:
"Aye. unlessVV repeated the manager
But November would say no more
An idea h;!d come into his mind, but
Close could not draw Jt from him; yet
I could see he had entire trust in the
taciturn youug woodsman.
Nest morning November seemed In
no hurry to go. and shortly before the
midday meal a party of half a dozen
men msbed into the camp. They were
all shouting at once, and It was impos impossible
sible impossible for a time to discover what the,
turmoil was about- Leaning against
the .wall of the bunkbouse. the silent
November surveyed the clamoring knot
of men with grim humor.
"I tell you again, we've been held up,
robbed, cleaned, out. tbe whole sir of
us!? -yelled a short man with a sandy
beard.
"Thot Is truer cried a fair haired
Swede.
On this they all began shouting
again, waving their arms and explain explaining.
ing. explaining. November advanced. "Look. boys,
that's an easy, comfortable log over
therel" f
The Swede answered him with a
snarl, but. meeting November's eyes,
thought better of it Joe was the last
person upon whom any one would
would choose to fix a quarreL
"I was suggesting, boys." continued
.November, "that there's the log handy,
and if you'd each choose a soft spot
and leave one to speak and. the others
listen till he's through with it we'd get
at the facts. Everr minute, wasted

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to get off clear,"
"November's right.' said a bugs
lumberman called Thompson. "Here's
what happened. We six got our time
yesterday, moming. and after dinner
we started off together. It were com com-Ing
Ing com-Ing along dark when we camped in the
old log-but of Tideson's bridge. Seeln
what had happened to Dan. we agreed
to keep a watch till dawn. First
watch was Harry's. In an hour and a
half he were to wake me. lie never
did. The sun were up before I woke,
and there was all the others sleeping
round me. I was wonderful surprised,
but I took tbe kettle and was going
dbwn to fill her at the brook. It was
then that I noticed my roll of bills
was gone from my belt I came run-.i
ning back. Harry woke, and when i
told him he clutches at his belt and
finds his money gone too. Then Chris,
Bill Maver. Wedding Charlie and last
of all Long Lars they wakes up, and
r?arrn-1 if tha rt nf thorn .. hnrln' hn
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robbed same as us.
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A unanimous groan verified the state
ment.
"We was tearing mad," went on the
spokesman. "Then out .we goes to
search for the tracks of the thlefes."
A ; look of despair crossed Novcra Novcra-ber's
ber's Novcra-ber's face. I knew, he was thinking of
the invaluable information the feet of
the six victims must have blotted out
forever.
"You found them?" inquired Novem November,
ber, November, i '
"We did. They was plain enough,"
replied the big lumberman. "One man
done it He come, up from the brook,
did his business and went back to'the
water. He was a big. heavy chap
with large feet and be wore tanned
cowhide !xots patched on the right
foot There were seventeen nails in
the heel of the right boot and fifteen
in the other. How's that for track track-friir?"
friir?" track-friir?" (Continued Tomorrow)
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New Discovery, it penetrates the del delicate
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gested congested -membranes. 3et a 50 cent
bottle from your dfuggist. "Dr.
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completely stopped my cough,",
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It is not at all surprising thr.t per persons
sons persons who have indirr ;tion L-C'r.o
di:;cc:i:T:c;r;I an:l dc.Toi:.: :it.- Hero
are a few words cf he: j a::.l ::.(i:r
for them hy LMrs. Blanche
Indiana, Pa.: "For years my
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eat the lltcst fooas. Jt r!: T
things that I -heard of to :t
but intil -hout a year ago
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fine." For sale by all dealer.ac:
Silence Is Ccfdcn.
-A pert young lawyer ence tc:
o a mcniber cf the bar that ho
received two hundred dollars
speaking la certain lawsuit;
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tun for keeping eiStnt is t!:at rcrr
case"
IMPORTANT
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Tablets not. only znoyc tho L-o.veJ",
hut1 improve the -t appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For salo
by all dealers. .ad
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See the pretty window display of
French Toilet ware ilt A. E. Burnett, 1
the jeweler.
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' Hie KlnJ: Heart :
Ilaster of the House, sternly "Yd!
tcld'niy tailor when he came to ccl
Isct hi3 till yesterday tfcet I c .tcJ ycj
tlx months' wac3. IIo-v csrso ycu
to be to indiscreet?" The Servant
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to console him a hit. sir, 'o tozzzH
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Lakeland who are. well known in
Ocala are tMrs. E. H. :Mote, Leesburtj;
Mrs. Kirk Munroe. 'Mrs. Park Tram Tram-mell.
mell. Tram-mell. Tallahassee; Mrs. W, S. Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, Jacksonville; (Mrs.'B. B. Barco,
Clearwater, and Mrs. John iHans iHans-brougb,
brougb, iHans-brougb, Tampa. ,
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'Mo'Ie Play"
The Ocala friends of Mrs. S. G.
Movers, -will read with much inter

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The Federation Meeting
The Lakeland Telegram Is devot devoting
ing devoting much of Its space to the meeting
of the Federation of 'Women's Clubs,
speaking In the highest praise of the
organization and its members. On
the editorial page of Wednesday'3
issue a picture of 'Mrs. Hocker and
three daughters was printed, beneath
which was the following:1
"Mrs. William IHocker of Ocala is
(president -of the (Florida 'Federation
of 'Women's Clubs and a most charm charming
ing charming iwom an who has. made inany
friends d uring her -stay In this city.
As set forth. in her address at. the
Auditorium last night, Mrs. ;Hocker

believes that club women should not
forget the home for the club. That
her own home duties are not neg
lected may .be judged by the picture
given Jibove. It shows her in a
charming pose with her three hand
jBotne children gathered about her
"knee, 'ft is a picture of which any
woman 'might 'be proud and we sus
pect that iMrs. Hocker is proud of
the appearance ot her children. Well
she may 'be."
'An excellent picture of the ".First
Lady of Florida'! graced the society
page. C.Irs. Tram melK was a recent
charming Visitor to Ocala and the
following extractVwill be read with
interest by her scores of friends
here: : "' "
"Everyone present enjoyed hear hearing
ing hearing this distinguished lady's address
last night. Perfectly at ease, he
stage presence could not have been
improved upon,, and 'her sweet, clear
voice could be heard all oyer the
large auditorium, and as she spoke
of the ties which !bind her to-Lakeland,
her nome town, and of her ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of the honors which the
people of (Florida have conferred
upon her distinguished husband,
and of (ler interest in the-women's
clubs of the state, it la little wonder
that the thought crept Into the minds
of many in the audience tha Gov Governor
ernor Governor Trammell.has been given high
v3iraiors and. more will come his way,
"ibnt the greatest of these was con-
' t erred on him the day that he was
:i joined io this lovely and charming
woman who has 'been his daily in inspiration
spiration inspiration and loving help-meet. It
. "gives the Telegram pleasure to pre pre-:
: pre-: sent this, the i"first photograph ever
given a newspaper of tNIrs. .Trammell,
the 'First1 Lady of FloridaV'
Jn an editorial of ; lerigthr Editor
J Jfetherington writes:
'Without exception our -people are
r jprond to entertain this tbrilliant as as-eemolago
eemolago as-eemolago so thoroughly fepresenta-
tive of Ihe finest and best woman--fodod
of Florida. ;. -It is ln ln-4olerablo
4olerablo ln-4olerablo fidiocy ; ignorance and bigo-
try and prejudice ibeneath contempt
on the part of anyone, man 4or wom woman,
an, woman, to decry and attempt to .belittle
the worst of these splendid women to
improve living conditions in this
world, make it a better place to live
in and people it with higher types of
anen ar.d women.' But fortunately
this great movement is now so fl rrrily
established and ihas commended it itself
self itself so strongly to the enlightened
aelf-interest of the whole : country
r that no capitous criticisms nor sneer

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Salted Almonds

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Mashed Potatoes New Peas

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ing ignorance can in the slightest de degree
gree degree Impair ks strength nor peril its
future, and with ever-increasing

momentum it goes forward on Ps
noble mission.
. (Wednesday evening the delegates
were tendered a reception, beautiful
in all its appointments, .at the Hotel
Kibler. Mr. lEdward Holder, who
is not a filiated with the federation,
but an interested visitor attending
the meetings, assisted in introduc introducing
ing introducing the guests to the receiving line
composed of the federation officers
and officers of the Lakeland club.
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The mott ers of the foabies enter entering
ing entering the "better, ibabies contest are es especially
pecially especially urged to 'be present Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoan when iDr. Frances
Sage Bradley and Dr. ;EUen Lowell
Stevens deliver their addresses be before
fore before the Woman's Club. The club1
also invited the general puiblic. Dr.
Bradley is chairman of the Georgia
committee on health of the American
Medical Association and Dr. Stev Stev-ens
ens Stev-ens is federation health chairman of
Florida.' Both Dr. Bradley and Dr.
Stevens are now in Lakeland attend attending
ing attending the federation convention. f :
Mr. and ?Mrs. II. L. Anderson f
Jacksonville, for the 'Fremstad con concert,
cert, concert, entertained last night at' a box
party at the Duval theater, their
guests including Dr. and iMrs. J. Lee
iKirby-JSmith, vMIss Frances lAnderson
and their alece ;Mrs. sR. C. Camp of
this city. V
Mrs. Claude Haycraf t is the guest
of her mother-in-law, Mrs. JessI
(Haycraf t, striving last week from
Jacksonville. Mr. and iMrs. iHay-
craft will shortly moreUo iMcIntosh,
wnere tne rormer has taken charge
of the 'Walkup garage. .'
.Misses Marguerite Porter, Alice
DUUWK auuir. v vv. uauur f
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tended the Alachua fair yesterday, ;
motoring up in the latter s car. r
Qliss Belle .Welsh will arrive on
Wednesday of next week from Palat-
ka and 'will :be the guest of -Miss
Ellen ;Bours at her home on Oast
Adams street for a stay of a' couple
of days in Jacksonville. iMiss Velsh
ye amuu vubuui vi luwu sucsw i
at the Thanksgiving coumon at rne
IForida Yfi.cht CI b Thursday eve
ning of next week. Times-Union.
iMiss iWe Ish was th e attractive
guest of iMrs. C:. S. Cullen for a few
days last winter., :
aiisses 'Annie Davis, Kathleen j
Jackrson and jMcssts. iRooert Tydings
and Fred Ctfeffert motored to Galnei-
ville today. Jn another car were
Mrs. Jessie 'Haycraf t, iMiss- Ethel
Haycraf t. Dr.. IR. T. Weaver, Mrs.
Claude lHaycraft and iMr. J. ID.ttoo
ey ; :
'Mrs. eXion .Fishel wilj entertain in-
formally at; auction tomorrow after-
noon in cctmpliment to Gliss Goldle
Buck. r;:.'
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Among the prominent 'Florida club
women attending the
federation in
the Half Shell
Ripe Olives
Drawn BuUer
J Shoe String Potatoes
Roquefort Cheese Dressing
- Cjieese Wafers
Hours : 12 M. to 9 P M
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Tribune: j

"When Queenie Came Back is
among theistrong comedies that the
(Beauty Film Com'pany of Santa Bar Barbara
bara Barbara .Cal., released today. This
comedy was written by a Tampa
woman, iMrs. S. G. Mbyers, Xo. 206
sBoulevard, and will be looked for forward
ward forward to by her numerous friends
with Interest when It" is shown at
one of the local playhouses."' Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Fisher' and Joseph Harris,
well 'known In the movie world, will
be featured in this play and from
the description in the recent Issue of
the Dramatic JMirror.4t promises to
be a success. Mrs. Moyers has
written several dramas and com comedies
edies comedies and her plays are recognized
as strong ones iby the different movie
companies.
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iMr. Charles Peyser and tMiss Ger Gertie
tie Gertie Peyser nad as their guests on a
motoring Hrip yesterday to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville ( Miss Goldie Buck, IMrs. Leon
Fishel and IMIss Josie. Bullock
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;: .vjMr.:: ';.W.;Y3P'-: Goodyear and, family
went to Gainesville on the early
Coast Line train to take in the fair.
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!Messrs, IE. A. Osborne and ID. C.
Stiles, with their wives, are among
the Ocalans at the Alachua fair to today,
day, today, having driven tip In an .. automo automobile.'
bile.' automobile.' ;
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Professor (Schilz and wife, accom
panied by "-six, students of the Ocala
Business College, a u toed to Gaines
vine this corning to spend the day
Tat the jAlach ua County 'Fair, and will
wrn nniht; '
, cMrs. Alvarado OOeVane of Jackson-
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ville. Mrs. C O. Will-of St. -Angus
tine,3Irs. Koland Keating and 'Mrs.
1.pnrf v javati ?nnd nf this citv.
formed a iparty on the A. CtL. train
thta'anornlxi .bound for the Alachua
.fair at Gainesville.' They expect to
reUlrn on the night train.
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ml- anf1 lMrs rrti' aelr Hmvi
to ";ainesviiie this morning in their
automobile to attend the fair.
;Mr. 'F; T. Schreiber arid family are
moving today to the E.'iB. 'Robinson
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fThe.; Tampa V Tribune yesterdayi
published in .full the address deliv-
ered toy "CMrs.. VilIiam Hocker, presi-
dent of the Florida Federation,, at
the opening of tthe convent Jon. in
Lakeland Tuesday. Ight 4, Mrs.
Hocker took as her subject, "Our
(Federation" and with the address
the Tribune t printed a splendid pic
Knre of the writer
The study class of the Woman's
Club of which iMrs. 'H. C. Groves Is
chairman, -will hold its first meeting
tomorrow afternoon at 3:15 o'clock
at the Woman;s Clirb. : The principal
j study (for the winter 'will be Shaks-
1 pere along with parliamentary law
and current events. '
iMrs. Irene iFreyermuth, who has
many friends in Sarasota and mother
of Julian iFreyermuth, who ihas ibeen
employed at ;the depot here, twas
married at Palmetto (on Wednesday
last to J. D. Anderson of fPalmetto.
Sarasota Sun.
tMrs. '.Freyermuth was formerly
Miss Lvles of Berlin and her mar
riage ito JMr. Anderson was mentioned
in thp Star-last ftek.
orn yesterday afternoon to Mr.
IMrs. JN. 'Vvens at their home
and
at iLvnne. a boandla girl. iMother
and (babies are-doing well.
The W. C. T. U; will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the
iBaptist church annex:
IiAKE WElll
Lake Weir, -Nov. 18. iMr. Carson
Bradford, a prominent business man
of Xashville, is spending a few weeks
on the lake prior to (bringing his fam family
ily family down for their annual visit of
several months.
Mr; and (Mrs. George Crum of
Maryland, -motored down from Jack
sonville after coming by rail from
their home to that point. They ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday and will occupy one
of. the Connor cottages for the win winter.
ter. winter. - iMrs. Henry Volkman and daugh daughter
ter daughter Louise, of Torrington Ct., accom accom-panied
panied accom-panied by Mrs.- Dick Volkman and
her mother, -Mrs. Bickley will arrive
this evening to spend the winter on
the lake.
Social circles are delighted at the

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Always very popular here on the lake
and has a wide circle of friends all
oer thl3 county iwho will wish them
happiness." Mr. Thompson came 'here
several years ago from Khode Island,
and also has made a host of 'friends
who will extend congratulations and
best wishes. ,
Cards received from '. IMr. David
iKirkland from Quebec, Canada, state
he is visiting Ijls childhood 'home,
but expects '. to return to, lFlorlda
soon. '.'
The Oaklawn Tennis Club of
iMuckland enjoys a spirited game
of tennis on Its grounds near the
Kyle cottage every Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon -and an occasional dance' at 'the.
chib house on Lake Weir. The club'
members consist of. the following:
ilr. and Mrs. a.-C. Putman, .Mr. and
IMrs. 1 Denning, 'Mr. Cammins, Mr.
and (Mrsi Jonas ForU Mr. CMcKim and
his sister. iMiss .Mary .McKim, IMiss
Tillle Pasteur, :Miss Dixie Pillans and.
rMr. Gus Waters.,
CIIEAP. GAS FOn ATjIi
City and country home device, can
'be 'put.in any coal or wood stove.
Call at corner Fort King avenue and
QIagnolla street and see a plant
'working in a coal range. v
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ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange, Springs, Nov; 18,MrW,
R. SMassey, of Santa !Fe, Fla., was a.
business visitor in town Monday, be between
tween between trains.
, The Ladies' Club will give an en entertainment
tertainment entertainment at the home of tMrs. O.
d-L Parker, ..T ixanksgivln g evening. :
This is a busy wek it school for

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D. E. McITER and C. V ROBERTS
Funeral : Directors
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PHOXES
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:;y ailss'axterlisf assisting Crt rs.'A p e
!Mr., Morgan visited Ocala IMcnday.
- IReys. Bethea and Yorl: clcccd a
revival meeting (Friday pvenlng. The
sermons vrere very interesting:.
" iMrs. ,Frcd Vo-t and children, of
Ocala, are visiting Mrs. Volt's pa parents,
rents, parents, iMr. and Mrs. Pegram, for a
few days.
.Mr. I. X. wlmberly and air. A. I.
Wimberly are business visitors to
Palatka today! -
airs. (Motes and little dauniator
went to 'Palatka Monday afternoon
and are expected home today.
OCATA KORTIIERX ;
JUJ RUN SPKCIAX.
On account of the Clarion-Sumter
Fair next week the Ocala: Northern
has made a low excursion ?ate over
its lines during the entire wee!:.
The rates or the round trip will be:
'From Orange Springs l.:4 0 ; ,Fort
SMctJoy 85 cents; Burbank 60 cents.
Tickets will be sold for all trains go going
ing going and returning from Monday the
23rd to Friday, the 27th, good to re return
turn return aintil Saturday the 28th.
A special train will be ran from
Palatka on Thursday, leaving Oraago
Springs at 9 a. a; Fort McCoy at 10

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steamers. Through fare'and ii
to all, ITorthern ftai:"Vestra, poin
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- For reservations, .tlckots, tc.
H. C: AVERY, Agent.
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ten reasons why the HY-DRO-G ARSON. '"GfiS .' 'Mf llR";s!h6i2ic' 'is-'

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IIRVSOX Xo. 1 Tlie Hydro-Carbon
Gas Maker is the greatest labor labor-fia"tng
fia"tng labor-fia"tng device iii the -world.
RMSOX Xo. S The Hjrdro-Carbon
Gas Wlaker I the greatest money
saver, when placed in your cook,
stove or heater, because it makes
gas from kerosene oil and air.

REASON Xo. 3 It takes from 10 to
125 minutes to cook a meal Instead
of from 1 to 2 hours.

REASON No. 4 You can use all the
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heat you make and thus save time:
and waste.

REASON NO. 3 Food cooked over,
the Hydro-Carbon .Gas Maker is 1
better because you'gei any denee
of heat required.
REASON No. G Tlie :lydro-Carbon
Gas Maker is sanitary because it
does away with dirt and ashes
around the house.

REASON NO. 7 -The Hydrocarbon
Gas Malicr can bo imi in sny f tove
and can be I tart died, by any. child
. without the least, possible danger.

RI11SON No. 0 Tlio-IIyCro Carlson

Gas Maker is always ready.
. waitf. No waste of fuel.

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. rondos end v,-ill rn'io IOC) tczt of ;
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rviiitgis.v'-i-IiD ;-IIj'droCiliiiori.;:,Cas';':;
Malzer is tlio; piniiaeleofv liabor-r:ivi:-'I.
,;cj tli..t I within V,?-
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Call at our '.demonstrMMg '-Fooin, -comer" of -Fort

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that section of the city known as Wyomina Park-
has been considered attractive.
For years the people of Ocala held their picnics
r-.' there. :. r.
For years what is now known as Womina Park
was known as Cldwell Park. V ; ; t
Whoever gave it.thii inam9':surelykn'ew;a
The people of Ocala are invited to continue to en enjoy
joy enjoy the beaaties o and to take their walks and

drives through, theldJamiliar place now made

new. -J:'j.si :v. y;-:
On the road to Silver Springs, s

JM A: short way out'arid ight at Lover's Lane.

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Telephone 223.

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Shippers of; the famous Crystal ::
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers, ::
sanitary in every respect. Can ::
care for orders both large and
small.,, ;:::
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further iqformation address ::

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CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Stale,--County 'and City Depository.

JAW1ES AUSTIN tVIORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estitfaates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 Ocala, Florida

SOUTO LAICE WEIR
South Lake Weii Nov. 1 8. -CRev.
Logan, of AVelrsdale, was calling in
our neighborhood last week.
Mri.'C' S. -Gates "returned (from
Webster i last Thursday accompanied
by his grand son, Karl Eston Brown.
Mr. p. HD. Peak and wifeJiwho
spent the summer in IFrarikf drt; : Pa.;
are expected to arrive home on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. -! t
. ftlr. P. Blaka and niece, iMlss
Annie :Lee, are expected 4home :Sat :Sat-urday.
urday. :Sat-urday. (Mr. lake has had another
operation on his eyes this summer
and we are glad to welcome them
here again.
Miss Irene Gates, spent Fridav
night with Miss Jlickey at her home,
on the lake side.
4 'Mr. Albertson and Air. Willard
'have shipped a few oranges from
their groves1 this week.1 (Mr. (Fos3
has nearly completed shipping his
fruit this seasonj from -here..'
Rev. G. V. 'Albertson and : Rev
Green are the -guests of Rev. E. C.
Albertson, this week. They are hold holding
ing holding 'meetings at'Weirsdale,

The nubile is invited to oise bur
telephone, free Kf charge, f -while at
the fair grounds. Gerig's the Jtexall
StOTe. 11-10-

We are selling StocW end Poultry
Powders and Medicines, at half price.
Two 25cts or ouiets packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
We will have films for your kodak
at the fair. Gerig's. 11-12

CpUSTKT Pi:OPLll
WEIC03IC AT TnE IilBRAUY
-
IMiss 3jouise 5amsby, .the librarian
in charge of the library, fwhidi'mow
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, cays she wishes
the country people to know that they
are, welcome to come to the library
at any time and Tead the books. Also
that there are a large number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who -wish them, (magazines that
-have been given by different persons
-who have finished with them.

KiCLISSEFiSD' ABS
Lost- Fount!, Wnntod, For S:!3
Fur Ront and Similar Local us: Js

tWIAIXTlED We want' to give you a
Thanksgiving dinner at the. Iar Iar-,
, Iar-, s rington.iHaU hotel. Be; our guest;
. Ask us abont it. -English Woolen
MillsCarn ibuildingM 19-3t.
, .. K ;
iEOl,JNiD--A way to get your .Thanks-'..-giving
dinner free at the Harring Harring-:
: Harring-: ton Hall 'hotel. Ask us about U.
English 'Woolen Mills, -darn build build-:ing,,.
:ing,,. build-:ing,,. ; : 19-5t
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POR SAUE Sawed cedar posts, all
ftteart, any quantity. .George V.
Hyde, Crystal River,, Fla. -9-9-tf
FOR SAiLE -iHomemade, jellies,; pre pre-serves,
serves, pre-serves, canned fruits, pickles and
,catsup. IMr. P. (H. Gillen; ;4-U

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For all thb &q& tiling -that j;o v:f:"i your ttrc; V,. riV:; tl
rule in. tills ttorc. : ,r
War prices have Eo'j!r,ed la. on?, f.tcrc. 1Vh1,!?r
plannii? for the Thanhs ivir j fcr. t or f-r llxs ever; r
Der, you can be sure of rttix; yoiir T:vz:i-y"fi werih
Pa'n your Tiuialc ivin;; Clr.ncr early. tr3 :l : t..'
good tilings for tlio feast.
. 'Plain luddir, Fruit Caho, Crr.-vhcrrirr, Cun;;r.t Ily, 1:

Horscr,:ullshf Queen Oliver, Plrr.rrta Cliv.r, C;

. j-pllv;!!! :Clivesii'f S2iell&a Aixnbb ds, : 'Pecan";1"'?, f t:i; !: 5,
jieatsj-J JCrystallizeti"' '. Clierries, Pincap pi' c-ii. d .. v : ?t cd

Iloqiiefort Cheese VEdaa'Ch
v pfiia':C!eairCheef;' i!ier'- Idi

White -Bacon, per pound. ......

BLOOD WILXi TEUj
The Heroes of the .War
"Blood will 3 tell," is an ; axiom
that niall the ages has never sbeen
gain-said. JEVery- man? ivoh does a
brave, heroic act carries within his
-veins a -quality of blood that urges
and sustains him. -No '-matter wheth

er 'he dnherits it from a. long line of
famous ancestors or from the -sound
and healthy condition of his immedi immediate
ate immediate pa rents, whose only distinction
is honorable toil and a simple, vir virtuous
tuous virtuous life.
Ht matters little .where or how you
obtain it, but at matters all the world
that hy some means you possess good
blood. Good hlood is first, last and
always the making of manly men and
womanly women. It. is the source of
all courage, virtue and happiness.
IA new -man can he made out of one
that's "used-up", bilious and dyspep dyspeptic,
tic, dyspeptic, tit's done by 'Dr. Pierce's Golden
iMedical Discovery, fit starts the tor torpid
pid torpid liver into healthful action, pur purifies
ifies purifies and enriches the xblood, cleanses,
repairs and strengthens the system,
and restores health and vigor. As
an appetizing, restorative tonic, it
sets at work all the processes of di digestion
gestion digestion and nutrition, and jbuilds. up
flesh and strength. It's the only

blood and -liver remedy that's guar guaranteed,
anteed, guaranteed, in every case, to benefit or
cure. If it doesn't do all that's claim claimed
ed claimed for it, the money is promptly re re-fundd.
fundd. re-fundd. But it keeps its promises

that's the reason it can he sold in this
way. ...
It ls not a secret remedy for its
ingredients are printed on the wrap wrapper.
per. wrapper. .. . ';..' l ':
"You only pay for the good you get.
"Discovery" strengthens weak
lungs, relieves shortness of breath,
bronchitis, severe coughs, and kin kindred
dred kindred affections. -'
: lFree.; 'Dr. Pierc s Common Sense
IMedical Adviser, bound in cloth, is
sent -free on receipt of 31 one-cent
stamps to pay expense of wrapping
and mailing only. Address: Toctor
Pierce, Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.

FOR RENT A -furnished ; room
, for two "gentlemen or married' cou cou-pie;
pie; cou-pie; electric 'lights, hath, etc.;
'V rates reasonable. Apply at 303 X.
Orange street after p. m. 1 1 9-6t
; . .
WAiXTi3D----Three unfurnished rooms
hy- young married couplef Olust
be close in and in desirable neigh-

horhood. Address care Star, dh

FOR RENT -December 1st, a four four-room
room four-room cottage, electric Wired, soft

water; $6 per month. Apply at

1106 S. Orange St.

13-6t

!FOR REJNT Two or three furnlsh-
ed rooms for light housekeeping,
. just north of. postoffice. Large
rooms and reasonable rates. 206
r North Main street., or see (Mjclucas,
at Ocala House harbershop. 16-6t
FOR SAUE Upright Everett piano,
good condition, $50; new crib,
$3.50. .203 Watula street. Phone
408. ( i6-6t

iFOR SAUE -Young, fat turkeys 20
v cents "per pound delivered any anywhere
where anywhere in the city; Address John
(Foglestrom, Montague, Fla. 18-6t

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax Jbooks for the paTnent of
1914 state and county taxes are now
open.
Be sure and .king or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
hill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the tpossibllity
of errors dnd enable us to give you
more speedy service.
'Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2 ) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one ( 1 )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. U. Colbert,
11-3-2 ru Tax Collector Marion Co.

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10 pounds Water Ground Mcal for. . . .

tBvaporated Peaches, per pound i

uVpples, per.'pcck ...

Irish Potatoes, per pjcX

Quart Bottles N'ew (Florida dyrup, cch

Pint Bottles-Dsew Florida, Syrup, ciclt
Llpton's Jelly Tablets, 3 for,
15c Tins Curtice 3ros tlatas, two. for . .-

loc JBottles Burt OIneys Catsup, two for. . .-.. v
iRoyal 'Scarl-et Seeded' ulaisins, vzzlizzc

Republic Cleaned Currants, per package ..

Full Cream Cheese, per pound ....... r',. r 2C 2
25c Tins Log Cabin ftlaple and Cane Syrueachl . ; . -22c
50c Tins JLog Cabin Maple and Cane Syrup, each: . . Gr
$1.00 Tins Los Ca'bln iilaple and Cane Syrup, each. . . -G0c
$1.:50 Tins 'Uog Cabin flIapKaaii;Ca each . ."$125
ISilver (Lake Othubarb, per can. ... i . ... :'.T7. ........ ISc
'Ivory ShakerSait, three hoxe3 for. . 25c
10c Bottles Household Ammonia, three for ..... :..2St

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Seven Packas Lighthouse Washing Powder for.
10c Packages Anger's Spaghetti. 9c, three for....

10c Packages Anger's.Cgg iN'oodlcs 9c,' three for .25c
10c Packages Anger's (Elbow Macaroni 9c, three for. . . 25c
25c Tins Cauliflower, each : ,. ..... .;23c
'25c Tins SunKist Asparagus; each. . . .... . .y. : .'20c
10c Packages Glenwood iMincemeat,' three for. : . . -;.;25c
Brookfield -Creamery Butter, per pound. .38c
15c 'Bottles Snider's Oyster Cocktail Sauce, each..'. -... 1 3c
ioc Bottles, Snider's Oyster Cocktail Sauceeach. . .23c
U. S. Marine Tobacco, per -package. ......... .'..-S

! RE3IEMBEK AV. II. lAHSIPS UP-TO-DACi: MAKTlT"
next door to our store. There you will llnd the niot Koriii.vry
'refrigerator in tlie city. Everything kept sweet and clean.
Give hlin your orders. Specials, for Saturday iuul 31ondayt ftev
iMeat 10c' per. pound; Ifome.Made Saua;;o 15c or two isoinid-

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THE OCALA EVENING GTAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 10. 1011

MUSI STORM THE FORTS.
It Is Not Good Tactics For an Army to
Pass Around Them.
Why not o nrouud a fort Instead of
trying to storm it? Why not circle tbe
raraparts and proceed swiftly onward
with the army intact. Jeavins tbe sol soldiers
diers soldiers in the fort, after a manner of
"t'jxrakfug. holding the, sack, as well as
' the fort?
officer in the cavalry of the Unit-
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eti. Elates army eipiaiuca wny sucn
Teranla strategy isn't nsl and why it
cannot be ust
"If it is a mountainous country the
fort would be" placed in the pass, the
only road through which an invadins
army could travel." he explained.
"There would be no fortification ou
either side, but it would be impossible
to move an army with its guns and
supplies over the, mountains. A sinirle
man would havga hard time making
the trii''' v;
Jjiuppose the country were level and
tile forts were forty or fifty miles apart.
In that case it apparently would be
easy for the army to pass between the
strongholds. The army tries It. The
defenders of the country throw up
field fortifications between the forts.
Behind every rock.' and roll in the
ground n man with a gun is hiddeu.
Rifle pit are dug hastily. The 'invaders
encounter opposition, but perhaps they
sweep on.
"Then this would happen: The forpes
from the forts would sweep out.:i-ross
the rear and cut off the base of sup supplies.
plies. supplies. The invaders wouldbe without
food, and the men would haveo time
for sleep.
"In two days the organization would
be destrp.ted. and the enemy's cavalry
approaciiingr from the rear would cut
the Invaders to bits. Soldiers without
food and denied sleep can't fight. Men
remember their discipline best on full
stomachs. An army cut off from its
base of supplies would fall apart and
be an easy prey for a much smaller
force.
"ft is better to take the fort if pos possible.
sible. possible. The communication with the
rear, where the supplies are. is thus un uninterrupted,
interrupted, uninterrupted, and most of the opposing
force is driven ahead." Kansas City
Times.
Tried It on the Postman.
A .young business woman on her
way to the car. at closing time, stopped
nt the boxsto mail a letter. Just as
she was about, to drop the. letter in
the box the collector arrived and. j
r:ichinr fnf ff. sm11 "Vl tnkf it"
The young Jwomau looked at him a
moment and handed him the letter,
wilh the remark, "Now. don't forget to
puc that in the postotBce."
The collector looked at her in dis disgust
gust disgust and said nothing.
"lie never saw the joke." the young
woman said after "she had told the
story of the incident.' "I suppose be
ha3 no women folk in his family, who
know that the letters they Intrust to
the men are carried around in their
pockets for days before they-are mail
ed." Columbus Dispatch.
He Brought Them.
Mr. Sweety opened the door of the
kitchen and said:
'Hello. Ella: company for dinner."
'Goodness. Tom. you don't mean that
yc'0 have brought any one home to din dinner
ner dinner tonight ?"queried the wife.
"Sure I have!" replied Mr. Sweet
"Haven't you got any grub for them?"
"Why. no said the wife despair despair-irgly.
irgly. despair-irgly. "Don't you remember you told
ire you would bring home a couple of
lobsters for dinner, and 1, depended on
them?" ; :
"Well." said Tom. "they're here."
National Monthly.
Boring Thin Glass'.
Everybody who has tried under understands
stands understands bow difficult it is to bore a bote
In a strip of thin glass. Tbe following
method is said to be very successful:
Press a cake of wet clay upon the
glass and then make a hole through
the clay of the desired size, laying
b2.re the glass at the bottom ot the
-hole. Then pour melted lead into tbe
aole. and it will drop through the
glass, making a round aperture. The
explanation is that the sudden applica application
tion application of heat cracks the glass in a
circle corresponding in size with the
hole in the clay New York Tribune.
The Best Prices on
FRESH MEAT FISH and
POULTRY
at
Freeman's Market
ACADEMY STREET
Smart Set Pressing Club
413 iXorth Magnolia St.,
Clothing. Repaired, Cleaned and
Tressed While You Wait
WCPK GU ATLA'XTE E D
K. L. AXDKRSOX, Prop.
HENRY WILLIAMS
UXDERTAKER
213 West Broadway, Ocala, Fla.
with E. C. Jordan & Co.
ST. GEORGE HOTEL & CAFE
First class accommodations for
colored. 210 South iMagriolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and night.
. .M. P. AVILLIAMS, Proprietor
Old shoes made new; sewing your
;oIes on a specialty. Taylors Re Re-jpalr
jpalr Re-jpalr Shop, 415 (X. QIagnoIIa street.

Military Reservists.
A foreign nation In time of war
cannot compel Its subjects, living at
the time In another country, to return
for military duty. It can call upon
them to return, but in the event of
their refusing to do so it would be help helpless
less helpless In the case. A foreign nation, for
Instance, could not forcibly seize Its
subjects living In this country and
take them out. nor could this country
force such' subjects (to depart. New
York American.

Killing Off the Race.
From the bristlan era till the pres present
ent present time an statists and historians. tell
us." there have been less than-240 war war-less
less war-less years. Up to the. middle of the
nineteenth century it was roughly com computed
puted computed that nearly 7.000.000.000 meu had
died in battle slnce the beginning: of re recorded
corded recorded history, a number equal to al almost
most almost five times the present estimated
population of the globe. Christian
Herald.
Mean Brute.
MA woman can't be In two places at
tbe .same time!" snapped Mrs. abb
during tbe usual morning fuss.
"I notice that you can be in andTout
of the house at the same time when
some female that yon don't want to see
happens to call." replied Mr. Gabb.-f
CineinnatJ Enquirer.
More' helpful than all wisdom is one
drafit of simple human pity that will
not forsake ns. Eliot.
HOW'S THIS?
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. '
F.. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, "have known
F. J. Cheney for the last ; 15 years,
and 'believe him perfectly honorable
In all business (transactions and fi financially
nancially financially .able -to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by 'his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price ; 75 cents per bottle Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's 'Family
Pills for constipation. ad
Another Way to Get Even.
"I want to sue Dr. Blank for heavy
dama?;es!" Said the angry citizen en entering
tering entering the lawyer's office.
"What has he done?" asked the at attorney.
torney. attorney. "When he operated on nie he left a
pair oi! surgical scissors in me. How
much can I sue him for?"
"Oh. don't sue. him at all." counseled
the lawyer; "just send him a bill for'
storage," Ladies Home Journal.
Strange Works to Him. ..':.''
The hostess asked the solid man of
her guest list to take a talkative young
woman In to dinner.; The girl did her
best to keep up the conversation, rang ranging
ing ranging from Wall street to the crops and
back. Only once did the solid man de desert
sert desert the unfailing affirmative, and that
was v. hen she asked. "Do you like Bee Beethoven's
thoven's Beethoven's works? "Xever visited them,,
he -rcjplied. "What does he manufacture?'-'
Argonaut.
Why Not? i
"Mother." asked Tommy, "is it cor correct
rect correct to say that you 'water a horse
when he is thirsty? ;
"Yes. my dear." said his mother
"Well, then." said Tommy, picking
up a saucer. "I'm going to milk the
cat."--Ladies Home Journal.
Where H Drew the Line
Suturban Resident It's simply fine
to vrake up in the morning and hear
the leaves whispering outside your
window. City Man It's all right to
hear the leaves whisper, but I never
could; stand hearing the grass mown.
Lon.5n Tit-Bits.
BEST COUGH MEDICIXE.
CHILDREX
FOR
"Three years ago when I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread dread-full:'.
full:'. dread-full:'. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it -benefited
him at once. I find it the best
coug;h medicine for children because
it Is pleasant to take. They do not
object taking It," writes 'Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, .Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and .niay
be i?iven a child as confidently as to
a-, adult. Sold. by all dealers. ad
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
We will give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug-
XOTICE TO CREDITORS
Xotice is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, fiistrdbutees, and all
other -persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against tlie estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned with within
in within two years from this date, to-wit:
This 23rd day of October. A. D, 1914.
F. P. Gadson,
George Giles,
As Administrators of the Estate of
-Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-2S-wed
Tf you are contemplating building
see P. J. Theus for lumber. Cash or
on credit. 12-6t.
Pennans and plllow tops, latest
styles, at KREGBR S.

A Dollar Saved
Is A Dollar Made
So buy your groceries from the
OCALA GROCERY COMPANY,
and save money.
Every little blt'belps. FuH weight
and masure guaranteed
1 pound Bliss Coffee ... . . 30c
.3 pounds best Rice. ... . .25c
1 qt good Florida Syrup ... .20c
1 bottle good Fla Syrup . : 0'
Irish potatoes per pk . . . 20c
BACOX per pound ...... 10c
5 gallons oil . . . . .... .COc
Everrthing' clieap for cash.

Ocala Cash Grocery
- Company,
Next to Burnett's
" ''" On Fort King Avenue
MAOIUXE REPAIRIXG
I wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that 1 now have an experience!
sewing machine repair man and if
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me "'personally 'he will
call on yoov and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or (regulating on your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter What kind, of ma machine
chine machine you may have.
-Respectfully,: B. Goldman,
ri-2-tf V I Ocala, Fla.
IT REALLY DOES RELIEVE
IUIEUMATISrvr
Everybody -who is afflicted -with
rheumatism ; in any form should by
all means keep a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment on hand. The minute yo J
feel a pain or soreness In a joint or
muscle, -bathe it with Sloan's .Lini .Liniment.
ment. .Liniment. Do not rub it, Sloan's'--pen ti titrates
trates titrates almost immediately right to
the seat, of pain, relieving the .hot,
tender, swollen; if eeling and making
the part easy and comfortable.4 Get
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment f or 25
cents of any druggist and have it In
the house against colds,, sore and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money iback if not satisfied, but it
does give almost instant relief.
Tues Thrrs !Fri and iwkly. j
v crrr taxes
The city tax books nave'ibeen ofceu
for ipayment of 1914 taxes ; since
Oct. 1st. The law' provides that
they he closed 'Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of '10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit xor seizure of personal property.
, W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
' Office in court house. 11-6-t
REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP
"Last winter when my little boy
had croup I- got him a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly (believe it saved 'his life," (writes
(Mrs. J. Cook, Indiana, Pa. 4,It
cut the ipihlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most gratefifl
for what this remedy 'has done, for
him.' i For sale 'by all dealers. ad
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Does Away With Footlights.
Footlights have been omitted, from
t new German theater; a better meth meth-id
id meth-id of illuminating the stage having
een devised. r
Serf Us joiF
rtes for:
I Beams .
Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanised, ,'
Copper and
Zinc Sheets,
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iroa Work
Of All Kind!.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dories and
Skiffs -Built
to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Road Work at all
Times.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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SOAPIHG A GEYSER.

Food That Roused the Fury of ; tha
Sleeping Wairorf.
Some of the larger geysers in Xew:
Zealand will not play unless they are
soaped a process only occasionally al allowed,
lowed, allowed, as too much soaping weakens
the geyser. Paul Gooding in "Pic "Picturesque
turesque "Picturesque Xew Zealand describes tbe
soa ping of a geyser ; na med Wa iroa.
he being present at the ceremony. The
author states that the officiating priest priestess
ess priestess was a Maori known as Kathleen,
who was clothed, In a tkyy mat com completely
pletely completely covered with rak.r. riwi and
pigeon feathers: t
Tfae caretaker approached Kathleen
with a big white bag in hand. It was
half full of yellow soap cut Into smaU
cubes. :
'Are you ready. Kathleen? beaskd.
'Yes. she promiuly answered.
Taking out two or three handfuls
of soap, the caretaker threw them Into
Walroa's deep. throat aud then handed
the bag to Kathleen. Grasping the
string handle at the bottom of the
bag, she opened the mouth, and out
poured a saponaceous stream.
"Ten minutes passed, but there wa?
only a slight! increase In tbe volume
of steam at tYalroa's mouth, and there
were no subterranean signs of an Im Imminent
minent Imminent eruption. Fifteen, twenty min minutes
utes minutes passed with very; little change.
"When thirty minutes had gone there
was a rumble, then a splash of water.
The people near the geyser backed
away.' ? Two or three more splashes
followed, and each was higher than
its predecessor; then came a "hoarse
roar, a rush of steam, and up past a
low sulphur dyed sinter wall flashed
a column of water carrying up clouds
of steam. Soap, just common wash washing
ing washing soap, had conquered Wairoa ,and
forced it from its lair. Dp it continued
to go fifty. -sixty, eighty. 120 feet;
"'Wairoa would have gone higher if
it hadn't been for the wind,' the" care caretaker
taker caretaker told me. lt has been known to
go ISO feet
"While Wairoa played t It played
magnificently. In its shaft It rumbled,
it flung its hot breath upon tbe ven venturesome,
turesome, venturesome, and for more than 100 feet
around It shook the ground until the
earth trembled. For ;ten minutes it
' rose and fell. Then down it went.
like a thermometer on a( frosty night,
until it was a. mere splasher."
FOUR GREAT HEROES;
Their Fall From the Giddy Heights of
? Ambition and Power. ;
History records that Alexander the
Great, who wras the pupil of Aristotle
"at fourteen, and who reigned over the
Macedonians at sixteen, while his
father; was absent, and who succeeded
Philip when he was nineteen after
climbing the heights of his ambition,
fell from his lofty eminence. : ; Alex
ander, with his temples bound in chap chap-lets
lets chap-lets dipped in the blood of countless
nations, looked down upon a conquered
world and wept that (here was not
another one for him to "conquer, "then
set a city on lire and died amid scenes
of debauch! s
' Hannibal, one of the greatest soldiers
who ever lived, after having passed the
Alps, to the amazement of Rome, and
having successfully fought and con
quered the armies of -the. mistress of,
the world." stripping three bushels of
gold rings from the fingers of her
slaughtered warriors, fled from his
country. He died by poison admin administered
istered administered by his own hand, unlamented.
in a foreign land.
Caesar, considered as ,a general, a
statesman and a ruler, has had few
equals and probably no superiors. Aft After
er After conquering S00 cities and dye dyeing:
ing: dyeing: his hands in the blood of mil millions
lions millions of his enemies, after having pur pursued
sued pursued to death the only rival he had.
was assassinated by those whom he
considered to be his best friends. V

Bonaparte, the greatest general of
modern times, after having filled the
earth with the terror of Jhis name del deluged
uged deluged it witb tears and blood and
clothed the world, as It were, in' sack sackcloth,
cloth, sackcloth, ended his days 10 banishment
upon a lonely Island in the South At Atlantic.
lantic. Atlantic. IOXT 1)ELA TJOilTIXG .lOUR
COUGH
A slight cough of ten becomes seri serious,
ous, serious, lungs get congested, broncial
tubes" fill -with mucous. Your vitali vitality
ty vitality is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It soothes your
instated air passages, loosens- mu mucous
cous mucous 'and makes your system resist
colds. Give the haby, and children
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to help them. Only 25c at
your druggist. tu-thr-frl-wkly
XC1TICK OP SLECTIOX
Ocala, Florida, Nov. 5, 1914.
Under and :oy virtue of authority
vested in the 'andersigrned as mayor of
the city of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and existing f under the
laws of the state of Florida, I hereby
proclaim and g:i ve notice that a muni municipal
cipal municipal election for the city of Ocala Is
hereby called and will be held in the
saM city of Ocala, 'Marioh county- Flor Florid
id Florid a, on trie
8th. Day ot December, A. D. 1914
for the purpose, of electing- a
mayor of the said city; also one coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also two
councilraen from the second ward, to to-wlt:
wlt: to-wlt: one to serve as regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired nerm of E. E. Robinson; also
one councilman from third ward; also
two couccilmen from fourth ward, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to erve as regular council councilman
man councilman from saM ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of J. N. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and hereby appoint the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. One: O. B. Howse, F. B.
Beckham. J. II. Spencer, Inspectors, and
J; Y. Kea, clerk.
W'anl No. Two: C. H. Mathews, Isaac
Steven-j, C, M. Livingston. nspectors,
and H. H. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: L. Warner, I
Hurst. A. D. Fausett, inspector s, and J.
E. Bailey, clerk. '
Ward 'o. Four: E. W. Kraybill, I. W.
Ogle, W II. McCcran, Inspectors, and
A. Y. Strunk, clerk.
(Seal) J. T. ROBERTSON.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest; H. C SISTRUNK.
City Clerk. 11-6-frl

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" ; -aiaking" It -JZr ;y to
cook, cAiivn and eoxsm::; xin:::

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We will thank 'you.. Our drivers-will thank yo:i.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too -4'or hcl;
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of tho nc wliicli a d. ;
rest fcr nearly everybody but this ico rzau of yc. j,-.

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gain Bargain House yet?

Jack. No; who runs it?

Tom. A citizen named GOLDMAN.

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BUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star- a 3 Coupon:
Book, redeemable at Its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for ihat amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai
ly or Weekly, will get a "boolefor each year paid.
The following firms "of Osala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on '&11 cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at. the time of making purchases:

Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. .. .. ......... 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postodce drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wragons, Buggies, etc . . .- 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry'..' .. 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings. 5- per cent
Hayes & Guykn, Dry Goods -. ... ..... . 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture. ... . . .......... .10 per cent
A M. Lansford, 'Music .Dealer ........ . . . ....... .10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery ......... i 5 per cent
B. Goldman, Why Pay More?" ................ 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes ......... .... . . 5 per cent

To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent 'in cash, iust what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars .worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. Xou have
gotten 'back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see.on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they irlll give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy, a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth-of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose th purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose yoi buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon hook, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL. -
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it how, and get a coupon book. You can send yo r remittance by registered
lettt'r,- check or express money order, and coupon book will be, mailed to your address.

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Detter Cffectji Are Obtained When Only
One Eye Is Used.
Photograpta should be looked at
with only one eye to appear best, says
F. W. Marie w in an article on "How
to Look at a PhotojrraplT in the Photo
Era. .. . . , :
"Most phonographs, particularly small
cne-j of landscapes, street scenes and
interiors, fail to produce their full ef effect
fect effect or. to be estimated at their true
value becsmse they are not; looked sit
in the uiot effective way," the author
saysv "Take as an example a print re resulting
sulting resulting from a camera with a five inch
focus lena. Such a print is usually
looked at with both eyes open and
held at a distance of twelve inches or
more. Now a camera is essentially a
one eyed instrument, or. at any rate,
it views the object, to be reproduced
from a single point. 'the optical center
of the lens. The object must be looked
at. therefore, with one eye only and
from a point corresponding as nearly
as possible to the optical center of the
lens if its characteristics as it is to be
reproduced in the camera are to be ap
predated. .
"Let It be remembered that when a
print is looked at with both eyes open
binocular vision emphasizes the Gat

ness of the card, and this tends to off A

set the illusion of greater or less dis distance
tance distance produced byjthe light and shade
and perspective of the print. By using
one eye the impression of flatness is
greatly diminished. If at. the same
time the eye be placed at the right
distance everything is seen under its
natural angle or perspective, and the
picture unfolds Itself, the different ob objects
jects objects receding to their proper relative
distances, making details vprv obvious
which may be unnoticed if looked at
In the ordinary way.
"As a sort of corollary to the above
. usa one eye alone to decide whether a
landscape or other scene 13 worth tak taking.
ing. taking. If with, one eye the Ecena looks
flat it will not make, a satisfactory
photograph.'

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Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton l.'dllz, Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la cnpp2, bad cc!dc,
liver and :stomach troubles. I firmly believe Blac!-Dri!"ht
.saved;-my little girl's life. When she had the rner.c!c",
.they went in on her, but one good doce cl llndrord'o
Black-Draught made th:ni bred: cut, and che hzz l:r.d r.o

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JAPAN'S DARIUG VHALERS.

They Risk Drowning to Escape the m
furiated Animal's Tail.

Many of the Japanese whalemen are
most expert and daring men. After a

whale has been cornered, harpooned
and i3 slowly giving out frcra ex

haustion the nimble expert of the

whaling crew must prove his mettle.

. The skilled Jap. after Jumping upon
the animal's back and cutting two
gashe3 in the head, one on each side.

through which a rope must be run and

tied., cannot 'always perform his work

in one, trial. ; Often -the animal makes

a deep dive. But the little Jap must

hold fast to hi3 quarry and dive also.

trusting to his fate3 that his own air
supply in his lungs will last as long as

the whale's.

The Jap is safer from being drowned

than from being crushed by the infuri

ated animal's tail. If the little Jap

let: go it usually means death so he

hangs on to the diving quarry. Fre

quently these whalemen lose their

lives from drowning, but the members

of their crew look upon this misfor

tune with something of a fatalistic

regard.

But the main business In hand is the

capture of the whale. ; As the fight

progresses and the maddened, fright

ened animal grows weaker and finally
is dying the boat crews row closer to

the body and pray for the case of the
departing spirit. Members of the crew
will call out the words "Joraku, Jo Jo-raku.
raku. Jo-raku. Joraku!" and on the third day
after the animal has been t hauled
ashore a service is held and prayers
offered for the animal's future con contentment
tentment contentment In spirit. I
As soon as the animal has been tow towed
ed towed to, the shore line he is cut up, the
Japs making huge excavations arid
' penetrating inside the animal's body
as though entering a mine shaft or
gallery and eventually making their
exit, all covered with blood. It is a
grewsome ( Bight, but is looked upon
purely, as a matter of course among
the Jap whalemen. Exchange- j

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Draught. It is a medicine cl !;r;a merit Seventy-Ho
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Germany's Uhlans.
The uhlan hussar was borrowed from
.the Polish military system., Uhtan
means simply lancer. Hussar is a word
that comes from the language of the
Hungarians, meaning twenty. It com commemorates,
memorates, commemorates, the time when every group
of twenty men in the kingdom was re required
quired required to furnish one cavalryman. So
It means the representative of twenty
men. The word dates from the time of
Mathias Corvinus. when in national
Hungarian levies every -twenty men
had to furnish s one fully equipped
horseman, who. in accordance with the
fact, was called "hussar." Brooklyn
Eagle.
Place Names In England.
England can boast that no other
country possesses so many 'Scriptural
place names as it does. The name of
Jericho occurs six times on the ord ordnance
nance ordnance maps. Paradise five times aud
Nineveh. Mount Zion. Mount Ararat
and Mount Ephraim three times each.
In Bedfordshire there is a Calvary
wood and in Dorsetshire a Jordan hill.
Young Skeptic.
"Ob. dear me. 1 told my little gin
rhere wasn't any Santa Claus."
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'And now she won't believe in
S:it:ni "Louisville Courier-Journal.

Where Ignorance Is Bliss.
A! umti :ire fools." exclaimed the
I essinilst;
'Triit. ;i -creed the, optimist, "but
Ihev :ne nor reminded so often of it
if tln rem-tin siiiir!e Puck.
f!r.f-v :re the- miseries that end la
4v ;eri;Mi I'roverb.

A Vicious Ccttle to the Death WfitU a

Thrilling. Climax.
, "When my' grandfather -was a young
man he used to. hunt a great deal."
says a v.-ritcr in the'. American -Magazine.
"He bad a brother Jiving ia Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, an 3 in the fali of UiSS he decided
to go and Kpejid the winter-with .this

brother and hulit. One Clay hi3 brother
was telling about a large cave in' the
mountains, where some panthers lived.
He thought It would be a good chance
to try to get one. So one morning a
few days iater he started out to find
the cave. When he came In sight cf it
he didn't see any stir, so kept creeping
closer.. ...
"He finally came to a path; there
seemed to be a lot of different tracks.
He began .looking for a place to hida
and finally discovered a ledge and
climbed up and sat down to rest. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly he heard a sound of cracking
brush. U.9 got hist rifle up ready when
down the path; came an old bear and
three cubs: the little cubs were playing
like kittens. The old bear walked up

to the cave, sniped a few timc3 end
went in. In a few minutes she came
out with a little panther, killed it and
gave It to the cubs. She repeated tela
three times, and every one she killed
would scream and the old panther
would answer away off in the woods,
and each time nearer.
"After she had killed them aii esq
cuffed the cut's and sent them up a
tree. Then she began, digging a hole
in the ground and enifSng the air. In
a few minutes the old panther scream screamed
ed screamed and it seemed Just a little distance
away. The old bear lay down oh her
back in the hole she had dug. She
was ready for fight. The panther came
straight for the bear.' hs gave cue
leap and struck on the bear. vTh2re

was a fierce struggle, with screaming
and snarling, and In Ies3 than ten dil dilutes
utes dilutes the hear was torn to fragments.
The panther walked into the cave and
came .right out again and gave a
scream that was bloodcurdling. Just
then she saw the cubs. Che gave a
leap and brought one down dnd killed
It, and went after the rect and killed
them. K i
"She .sniffed the air again and began
coming toward my, grandfather, who
had been watching 'from' "the ledge
above. He raissd his rifio, took good
aim and fired.
"That was the last he knew until be
became conscious again, for be fainted
as soon as he shot, but the panther
was dead he had hit beV between the
eyes.
"He didn't wait to pick up his lunch
box. but went fast for home.
"He often saysthat is the most game
he ever got with one bullet, but he
wouldnt want to seef it all over again."
Falling Up Out of a Balloon.'
' If a man falls out of a rising aero aeroplane'
plane' aeroplane' or .balloon he will not go toward
the earth, but will continue rising Into
the air! for an appreciable time. if the
air machine were stopped in'lts ascent
at the time it could catch the man
as he came down.; If the airship were
ascending- at the Pitt of thirty two feet
a second the man would rise sixteen
feet before iM"4'niifing t fall toward
the earth Thus, by reducing the speed
of its ascent, the vessel might keep by
the side of the man and rescue tutu.
The reason why the man rises is the
same jik the reason for a bullet'f rising
when shut from a guu Into, the air air-both
both air-both the man and the bullet are given
a velocity upward, and it takes some
time for gravity to negative that
velocity. Glasgow News.
, His Definition.
A Liverpool teacher asked her class
to write an essay on London
Later she was surprised to read the
following In one attempt:
"The people of London are noted for
their stupidity
The young author was asked how he
got that idea.
"Please, miss. was the reply, "it
savs in the textbook. The population of

Notice is hereby t;iven that the ur.
deris'ned, will npply to thv r'v-rnor
of ;the sM:ate of Flori-Ia, .the ij Hie.
23rd of, Xoveml'fr, VJli
for letters patent lncorjorat -. .Ma .Marion
rion .Marion l:ottlfnj- an a Ice Cretin (ju un under
der under the following- propo: I cirirtr-r,
the original of -wUreh 'is nevr'--Su Ule
in irnue ci the ,5feretarv f .state

at Tallahassee Florida.
II, H. CnrJner, (I ft.)
n. U, OTarrell,- U
James A. 'furntrr, (U U.)
PropoMed CLarier of 1Le "tarlia i;uttt
las Kncl Ice Crema Cctiipua?
Th e undersirrr. td he reby :. c i a
themselve's or the pwrpo.e of le!r. in incorporated
corporated incorporated and forming a corner. ticn
under and by. virtue cf the l.-.v.-- of the
state of Florida, with -th foJlowinir
proposed -charter:
Article I. j
The name of tV-a corporation shall
be, "Marion IJottiinT f.-J ica Crar,i
Company,-and its t-';'.'';?-;i'-'i:h"!l L .t
conduct. I in Ihe state of riorid and
elsewhere; the principal pl.vee bus business
iness business of the corporation- sh-ill t.f in in-Oeala,
Oeala, in-Oeala, Marion county, iloriJa.
f Article 2.
The object for vlilch thi i eo?p-r-:-atlo-
Is formed is as follows: To rr.-::uf:ict-ure,
prepare, compound, mix ; r'jp---from
which carbonated soda ar.vl cola,
drinks tvnd beverages cro to L v -i,r.i-

factured, compov.n-.'o a -and boti' to
bottle Mo-cola, -made -from 'the i ;' -dnal

Coca-Cola 'formula; col"i. dr-:r.l;-: to

manufacture Ice cream, to buy, rzil au:
generally deal in the sa-.r.o afore aforesaid
said aforesaid products, do erect, run, -Sr.taln,
own and operate all such -rr. 'nery,
devices, lappliances, frup;;llf i";;reJi i";;reJi-ents.
ents. i";;reJi-ents. TriilLs and plants es rr.iy ; ik-c-essary
or desirable, in tb.e mrnv. ? ?ture,
preparation of eaid. prcducta, to buy
sell and !itnbutj t?. rights to ir.imi ir.imi-fa.cture,
fa.cture, ir.imi-fa.cture, tind sell saii roiiuct.s, tli--!
territory in which 'ti products are t
be 'sold; to j;irjnufr. :turr-, prepare, mix.
bottle, T'-aci:, bjy, f.cll, ;.:i;, deliver ana ana-generally
generally ana-generally deal in Ice cream, foda wa water,
ter, water, ard all carl rsr.ted rin':s, a:;d

non- ltoxlcatinr? dri::s..i
aseH, ice cream ani nil e?:tr;:'.t:

etils, products; and lrr;n : I:;ntsf fnr. 1
other 'thlnrps,- material, n i -"
the manufacture, L-ottlinfr, pr
the aforesaid drlnk3, bevr -
creams: -to li-orrov" -ioney to
cute all and any kin i cf pif'-r. rc;,-,
bands or mort -rrar.i on iht ; ; ;:ty of.
said' corporation, to secure d ii yam',
and in connection -will, 'any ; r 1
the objects arid purposes hcrtln be before
fore before stated and. n?rse-!, to b
purchase, lipid, sell, U'ase r,:: ; c itiv-.-y
or otherwise dispo?f of ra! or :--r;-o-

ui en-

beve

:h oper

.1J lit,
xlloa a

al to carry on su

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have all sufih rights, -powers a
ilexes In correction therewith
be permitted under the- lav,-a

state of iaoruia.

.

ill Ruch thb

i priv priv-ls
ls priv-ls m iy
of- the

London la very, dense! "-Loudon An-

The cap''tai stoci; "of the r orporatioa
shall be Five -Tho- nd Dollars, divid divided
ed divided lrto Two Ilundr-d shares of the-par
value of Twenty-rive Dollars cao:s.
Ten per con t. of the ntatr-d capita I
shall be subscribed and pal In, btfor--?
said corporation Fhall -trcririact an; an;-business.
business. an;-business. ,. All or any part f th caj)i caj)i-tal
tal caj)i-tal stock or paid rorporatlon, my i.
payable 1:1 .lawful money of the Unit-- ;
States oV. America, pro:erty, ;tock--,
bonds, franchise rinnts, labor -or .v.r .v.r-vicres
vicres .v.r-vicres at such valuation as -may be i ic iced
ed iced by the incorporators or board cf
directors, at meetinr; called for -th.it.
purpose The ajrrt or oDicer dt:-
nated by the incorporators to rc-ct-iv:
any additional subscriptions .to th"
capital stoci: of the aforei-ai! f-cr'-er. -tion,
at -Jiny time, shall be.Jl. 11. (Mar i iner,
ner, iner, -who will ret as f secretary- n I
treasurer of faid corporation, i-r:tii 'i
successor is elected. or appointed.
Article -I.
-The term for which this corporation,
is to exist is ninety-nine years, unless
sooner dissolved by mutual consent.
1 Article
- Thi business of safd corporation
shall be conducted by it. i:. O'Tarrell
as president and Ii. 31.- Gardner as
secretary and treasurer, and -the board
of directors composed of as follows:; SI.
II. Cardner, It. 11. OTarrcli and Ja.r.i
A. Turner; and any other officers or
agents as the board of directors may
find necessary to conduct the .affairs
of the company, the aforesaid of l'c r.s
and directors to, serve until tlje f.rst
annual mcctiss: Of -the tockhol ler., t
be'-h&ld the llrst Monday In January,
1015, ar.d the Hrst Monday in Jnuary
of each i-uc-ceedinpr year thereafter.
.Article
The hig-hest amount of lndebtf.Inf.s-?
or liability of the corporation U-ill
not exceed three -times the -amount o
the authorized capitalization or x;,
tab
Article 7.
The names, residence of the incorpo incorporating
rating incorporating subscribers or stor.Lhol lers,
with amount, of stock subscribed ;

as roiiows:
II, IL Oardner, Mobile,
amount $1000.00, shares 40.
It. 31 O'Farrell, Mobile,
amount 6O0.O9, shares 24.
James A. Turner. Mobile,

amount $25.00, shares 1.
In .testimony whereof, we the Incor Incorporators
porators Incorporators and subscribers hereunto
acknowledge our signature and siga
our names this day. 17th day oi Octo October,
ber, October, 1914 A, I.
H. II. Gardner. (T. f..)
" It. U. O'Farrell, U 13.)
James A. Turner. I i.)-

Alabama;
Alabama;
! Alabama;

Real Meaning of Leisure.
"Leisure," says Deacon W. C. Palrr.cr.
Is no time to loaf." It's a time to Co

South Carolina "Rust-Proof, ana i those things you've been wanting to

Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-l-tfdo-"



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JZIC OCAIA'kYCSXXG- GTAK, THURSDAY XOVE313Eh 10. 1014
conon LOA
OCALA OCCURRENCES
FU1ID COMPLETE

The fair grounds are all in good
shape and spick and span as a new
dollar.

The (Murray Company is display displaying
ing displaying some of its holiday goods. 1 9-3t
The posts for the tournament are
all in place-on the race course by the
grandstand, and several riders pra
tice every day. c
.Music, all klnd, at Therray
Company. .' ?. A 19-3t
Secretary D.JS. Williams went to
Gainesville ths afternoon to look at
Ihe iXUcmr County Fair.
Globe-Wernicke filing cabinets are

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in style all the year and save work work-At
At work-At The Murray Company. tli)3t
(Mr. Chas.X.. Fox is busy fixing nn
the completac! well equipped little
't drugstore he is going to have charjye
of at the fair.
Novels, -the very latest, at The

IMurray Company.
19-3t
. tMr. E. (E. Converse is in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg on a few days' ibusiness and
pleasure trip. 5
' CLOSING OUT ODD lAND ;' END
STATIONERY, at reduced prices at
KREOER'S. .' ''
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Sunnyjim tomorrow morning "will
begin its new schedule, i leaving for
Wilcox on the Swwanee at 6:10 a, ra.
and returning at 5:45 p. m. .rr
" See the beautiful Japanese china
at The Murray Company. 19-3t
Both the "Seaboard and the. At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line will give reduced
rate to ithe fair. The rate wgi are
informed will be one fare plu.5 25
cent:?. 7 7"-i .
Seventeen pounds of sugar for. $1
with cash 'purchase of $ 1 1 worth of
other groceries, Saturday ,and Ion Ion-day
day Ion-day only.', Smith Grocery Co. lt
(Firs Chief Chambers and Marshal
Adoim? visited the Alachua Fair 3res-
tferday They went in tMr. Chambers'
auto.
Stationery and office supplies at
The Murray Company. 19-3t
:Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., formerly
of Ocala, now of Lakeland, Is in
town tcdav. The Star is glad to se'
that tMr. Spencer is' making a fine
'reputation for himself in 'South' Flor-
Ida legal circles. '.
Orders taken for engraved indt-
vidual Christmas cards at The CM ur,-
ray Company. ; 19-3t
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DOX'T ROIMIOW THE OTHER FELLOW'S GUN. IP YOU

BREAK- IT YOU MUST BUY HIM A NEW ONE, AND HE WILL
3J HAVE THE NEW ONE AND YOU HIS OLD ONE. BESIDES
YOU WILL FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE USING YOUR OWN

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OUR AMMUNITION IS RELIABLY LOADED; IF YOU CAN
DEPEND UPON THE PROPER AMOUNTS OF POWDER AND
SHOT BEING USED.

RELIABLE DEALING HAS NOT ONLY 3'ADE OUR AMLMU-
NITION BUSINESS RIG BUT HAS MADE OUR STORE GROW IN
EVERY DEPARTMENT. 4

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Phone 118,

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f OCALA,

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from, obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Wei he, official observer for the gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment ;:

-Max. Min. R. F.
.76. 51
.78 55
'.11 .53
.80 58
.80 53
.79 .54
.79 54 ; ;
.79 56
.74 62 .33
.72 68.
.71 48 .
74 51
.76 56 .
,70 56 33
.76 60 A
.77 64 J
.70 46 C-J-.
.69 45

Nov. 3
Nov. o
Nov. 6.'.
Nov.
Nov.
"Nov
Nov. 13. .'.
Nov. 14. .
Nov. 15..
Nov. 16. .'.
' Fair tonight and 'Friday. Light
frost tonight interior north portion.
"Uncle Bob' Sanders of Dunne!
Ion instructs the Star to say he will
be at the fair next week and expects
to liven things up. r : J
If you haven't a shotgun, rent one
from the Ocala Pawn .'St Xoan OHice.
Almost any make you want. "Why
Pay More?" t.
; ; jMt. iRoy Cline has made a gift of
a number of Interesting books to the
Ocala library, for which he ihas the
thanks of that association.
IMr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa was
transacting (business in town this
morning, leaving on the afternoon
train for Lake county. Mr. Nelson
expects to return next week to attend
the fair. ':'-f:'i.
Mr. iJI. 'k., Williams has one of the
fast horses now competing for prices
on the Alachua race course.
Half million feet second 'hand (lum (lumber,
ber, (lumber, all grades, for sale cheap for
cash, or on credit. Apply to P.-; J.
Theus, Ocala" Fla. 'l;2-6t.
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. (Messrs.?' Z. C. Chambliss,
larkson and t. M. Thomas expect t
leave tomorrow mon-ninEr at 3 o'cloc
f or Crystal Iave to spend the firs
few days of. theglme season hunt!
They will tak1 wfth them PerryEId-
wards, the well known coloredcook.
Whole Wheat bread made under n
new process, wrapped in .checker-
board paper, and lOcenti loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. 1 7-tf
Several of the. lights In ithe wel-
come arches are dead, t antf i hould
be replaced at once.
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stapiK crop
'Washington, (Nov. 19. The country-wide
effort to furnish aid to cot cotton
ton cotton producers and find a bottom for
the cotton market came to a success successful
ful successful conclusion last night when Secre Secretary
tary Secretary McAdoo announced the comple completion
tion completion of the $135,000,000 cotton .loan
fund. In making his announcement
Mr. 'McAdoo declared the success of
the plan: was assured..
The secretary's statement came at
the end of a dav, devoted to efforts. to
obtain conditions necessary to com complete
plete complete the ?$100,000,000 portlon bf the
fund assigned to banks in non-cotton
producing states. IMr. tMcAdoo, Paul
CNf. -Warburg and 'W. P.; G. illardin
members of the reserve board, in ac
tive charge of the pool plan, took ac
tive steps to gather in the remaining
millions.
Kuhn, Loeb & Cof; of New York,
agreed' tc- subscribe $2,000, 000." At
a luncheon given by John Skelton
Williams, Bernard M. Baruch of
New York said that he 'might Invest
in the fund up to $1500,000. His
offer was taken to the extent of $1, $1,-000,000
000,000 $1,-000,000 and the fund completed. : A
few 'hours after iMr. Baruch 's offer
word was received from several
banks that they would1 subscribe to
an amount of about '$2,500,000, but
their assistance was not needed. A&
it stands 'the fund is oversubscribed
about $300,000. '
AIR.. GOLTXMAN BOUGHT
the nnTKns stock
IMr. B. Goldman 'bought the mer merchandise
chandise merchandise stock. of CE. G. Stivers, ibank-
rupt, this morning at public sale held
by 'Referee in Bankruptcy G rover C
iMcCIur. vMt, Goldman 'bought the
stock fori $.300.' The only other 'bid
der was iMr. W. iH. '.Harrison. ;
OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS
"W.'G. Porter;1 Jacksonville;" Capt
iHarper, Jasper;. C. O. Dinwlddie
Cambridge City; Ind.; J, It. Britton
Baltimore; R. L. Ivey, Jacksonville;
tH. E. Gfaham, Bunbank; W.- T. Mid
dleton, fValdosta;' Jt. B; Smith, Jack
sonvilie; L. J. Edge, Roanoke, Ya.;
Dr. W. A. 'Munsell, Jacksonville. ".
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The. pity council met .Wednesday
afternoon aid made -arrangements
for holding the ensuing city election.
Following is a list of the candidates:
', 'For CMayor i-J.- D..'RobefiEion..
' (For alderman- first ward E. C:
Bennett and CD. W. Tompkins.
Second ward C. W. iHunter and
J. J. Gerig for long term; J.: M tMef tMef-fert
fert tMef-fert for short term. ;
Third iward H. A. Fause&t. r.
(Fourth wardG, A. Carmichael
and W. A. (Robinson for long term;
OF. G. IB. Weihe and G. A. 'Nash for
short t-rm. r: -
Some other, matters, of minor im importance
portance importance were attended to and the
council adjourned to the next reg regular
ular regular meeting.
CHEAP GAS FOR ALL
! City and country home device, can
be put in any coal or vwood stove.
Call at corner Fort King avenue and
Magnolia street and see a plant
working in a coal range.
18-lt
' NEW GAS CO.
AVIATOR A FLORI DA BOY'.
(Mr. Carl T. Kuhl, the aviator for
he Greater ; Sheesley Shows, which
will be here 'during the f air, is a Flor
ida boy, having been raised in Orlan
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If its good quality-and service we
have it. Ask anybody' about as.
Gerig's, "A Reliable Drugstore." 11
The Star regrets to learn .there
will !be no football game Friday. "The
Starve loys backed out.
vV. K. Itfuie, CM. I., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist )Gye Ear, Xose
and Throat. Law Idbrdry Building,
Ocala, Fla.
r Soaie of our Visitors to the Alach
ua fair yesterday heard it reported
that i ibig parity was on the way f rora
Georgia in autos to South 'Florida.
The party will visit Gainesville and
come on thru Ocala.
if Hot drinks of all kinds at the
Court Pharmacy. 2-61
Free telephone service for the pub public
lic public at the Rexall Store at the far.
Telephone me at the Rexall Store on
he fair grounds. Gerig's, '11-10
We always thave on hand a freah
supply of the ifamoiis Xonis candies.
Court Pharmacy.

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All colors; and
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v We have for sale large lot with handsome home on 7ort ICnr! Av.iinc,
which must: be soJd vithin next sixty days party has to liave tlia inony
Better see us quick. ;- V
We also have one or two other small proposition:; ir : i ol:c3 v;Iik;i j
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on l: w L

mmx 9- jjr"".v "TJ
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Merchants' Block
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We will have an individual tele telephone
phone telephone at the fair grounds for the
use of the public,, free of charce.
Gerig's.
When. you want signs and banners
for .decoration purposes for the fair,
call phone 377, 'A strictly home in institution.
stitution. institution. Ocala Sign Co. 1 S-2t
. .;'.i.:''v"i.T . "I- "'fi
. Purity Is paramount -You get ab absolute
solute absolute 'PURITY dn drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your 'prescriptions "her-?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-3 1-tf
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a KIMBALL-
5 in loif lhDrae-
PHONE 503J
For Good Wood
; BIG JLoad f op:' Sli
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOiLK
X At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

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Promptly at Nine O'clocI; in th:.i Llorrrin

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( Ve Will Put on the First Genuine CIII C..
on in Marion' County. This is -a special

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I 17 ;K J iff?! :;TT j -1 I
a good many of the em:: 3
cellinr at 2.59 per yard.
ONLY ve offer there
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- Don't fail to talie advantno of this opportunity,
.chance of this kind may iiuvr ngain picrcr ..SiL

limited vhile the quality
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'lanolia Street, V"c.-;t.
f il II r" 1 1 l :' f 1
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AM now in business for my: If.
tail bar and -Mnil'Onlcr IIoi:..?.

is, and as much as any one clio
teen years in the business 'has
and I am supplying fthat want.
: JUOT A SA3IPIiE OF
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon.. C1 CJA
Good Old 70 Proof, Rye,
Corn or Gin, in Jugs at per
gallon O-S 7L!
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-Make' ray place your headquarters while jn the city. You t.-III 1
welcome and be treated right at' all' times' and on every trrr.-'c
tion at Johnnys Place." 1

The FINEST. BEER .you ever
ties and on draft.
OCALA,
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Good Oil CO Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
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any order yo:i rcn I 3 arJ
mcc-t the prir.-; of any other
Icit'mate hou:a. ;
drank, and AVL. KIND:
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