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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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DUHR HID TO 11 FIGIIIII AIID HIGHT MCIIS
CAUSE GEIMS TO YIELD ALONG THE MEUSE

Paris, Nov. 20. To distract OerT
man attention from West 'Flanders,
where the allies at some points are
imperilled by floods, the allies are
increasing their pressure against the
invaders all the rwp.y from iManin to
Jtheims. .The most vigorous demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations made against the Germans
have been in the vicinity of Arras
along the Alsne and Oise rivers.
Details of the 'French success at
Travy-'Leval show that the engage engagement
ment engagement wa.s marked toy fierce hand to
hand fighting. The Algerian, allies
fought desperately 4with ithe bayonet
and long knife, some soldiers carry
ing a weapon in each hand.
.The allies' furious night assault
surprised the Germans and forced
them 'back with heavy losses. The
Germans are yielding slowly along
the Meuse.
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SHIP
MI5UCHAXT
'London, .Xov. "20. The German
merchant ship lEsbatana was sunk in
tho Persian -gulf toy a British war warship.
ship. warship.
WIXTKlt'S COLD 1IAXI) IjAIO
1IKAVY OX THE WAIl
Paris, :Xov-20. It is officially an announced
nounced announced at three p. m. that German
Infantry attacks have 'been almost
wholly stopped and their artillery fire
greatly lessened. Weather In the
north :is bad. There has foeen a snow
storm along the Yser canal.
ALIjIKS JMIOGJIESS
EAST
IX 'CENTER
The Germans made three vigorous
attacks in the Argonne region, but
all were repulsed. The Germans
made a gain on the right wing of the
allies, reoccupying. part of Chaven Chaven-court.
court. Chaven-court. There was an intense cannon cannonade
ade cannonade south of Ypres. Xo important
engagements in the center. On the
east the allies have made some
progress. ; .;
AOAUDDIIED BLOCKADE
.'"III ADRIATIC
STORM DROVE BRITISH AND
FRENCH SHIPS OUT TO SEA
Aneona, tXov. 20. A terrific storm
in the Adriatic compelled the allies
to abandon their sblockade of the
Austrian coast and go to sea. The
heavy storm covers the mountains.
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REE-THANKSGIVING

With each Suit or Overeoat Bought of us between
we will give a ticket for Your Thanksgiving Dinner at

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SOUTHEB
With' Money to Tide Planters Over
Till sXext YearChina and Japan
'Buying much Cotton.
New York, Xov." 20.
-The cotton
this after-
Lcan committee meets
j noon to discuFs the progress of rais-
irig a hundred and fifty million dol
lars, to be turned over to southern
bankers, to tide over the planters uh uh-til
til uh-til next year.
Brokers report 'Japan and China
buying cotton here in large quantities..-
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Cotton opened quiet and a shade
lower. December 7.G4; larch,
7.50; 'May, 7.67.
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TOTAL LOSS OF GEIC3IAX AI13IY
UP TO DATK IH TERIUHLE
..Amsterdam, Xov. '20. A iXews dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Berlin states that the es estimates
timates estimates losses throughout -the whole
German army to date are a million
and a quarter in killed, wounded and
missing. This doesn't include the
sick officers and soldiers, which it is
said number half a million. V
MOUXTAIX IX UlBOIl
- BORE A MOUSE
Private Wireless Plant Xear Bayport
Caused a Tremendous
Pother
Tampa, Xov. 20.- A small wireless
plant erected by amateurs at. Cen Cen-.tralia,
.tralia, Cen-.tralia, four m lies from TJayport, was
found to '-the the cause of the anxiety
at Washington over the supposed op
eration of a German' radio station
near here. The plant has a limited
operative area, but it wasn't sufficient
to reach vessels at sea. The govern
ment agent from Washington to
vest! gate has not arrived.
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C0UI1TRY

PROBftBLE THAT FROST DILL REACH AS FAB SOUTH AS
Tl'JEIITV-SEIIEIITII PARALLEL

Atlanta, Xov. 20. Georgia, and
the southeast are shivering under
the coldest November day ln: his history.
tory. history. Temperature in Atlanta reach reached
ed reached fourteen and one half, the weath weather
er weather is clear with high winds.
SNOW FOOT DEEP AT SARATOGA
!Sa ra toga jX. Y Xov. 20 : ;H ea v y
snow has .paralized traffic. Wires are
down and snow' is a foot deep on the
level."
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KILLING FROST COMING
Tampa, JCov. 20, The Florida
Citrus .Fruit Exchange is sending out
rh e f pi 1 o wing wa rn I n g : The weat h er
bureau forecasts for tonight a killing
frost; freezing temperature as far.
south as twenty-seventh parallel.
Xotify all concerned, r
The twenty-seventh parallel cross crosses
es crosses the state albout half iway between
Arcadia and 'Fort flyers.
THREE INCHES OF SNOW IX TEX TEX-XESSEE
XESSEE TEX-XESSEE Bristol, Tenn.,
ground is covered'
of snow today. 1
Xov. 20. The
with 'three inches
JACKSON VILLE HAS COLD' FEET
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- Jacksonville, -Nov. 20.-Severe
frosts will reach to central Florida
tonight; freezing v temperaturer here
iate this afternoon.
SOUTHERN, CITIES
INO
ARE SHITOR-
Louisville, Xov. 20.- The mercury
fell to 10 above at noon, and the fol fol-lowing
lowing fol-lowing cities reported low tempera temperatures:
tures: temperatures: Charleston 28 ; New Orleans
34. t Freezing to the gulf in Texas.
Several towns in West Tennessee re reported
ported reported temperature at 8 above
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TIIEISSIAIS
PETROG 1 LA D HAS NOT. 1 1 E A R D OF
GERMAN VICTORIES IN
POLAND y
Petrograd, Xov. 20.- It Is ofTicia.1 ofTicia.1-ly
ly ofTicia.1-ly announced that, three-attacks by
the Germans., attempting to capture
Russian positions along the Vzura
river, in Poland, were repailsei with
severe losses..
Mysterious rumors of a naval bat battle
tle battle in the Baltic sea, between Ttus Ttus-sians
sians Ttus-sians and Germans. Xo details are
available.
If you are contemplating building
see P. J. Theus for lumber. Cash or
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Tallahassee, Xov. "2Q. Governor
Park Trammell this afternoon re re-rceivei
rceivei re-rceivei from Judge Ira A; Hutchin Hutchinson,
son, Hutchinson, secretary of the board of -managers
of the Florida Industrial
School for Boysr near (Marianna, a
telegraphic Teport of the board's
progress in investigating the fire and
fatalities which occurred at the school
$ .-.',..
early Wednesday morning. Said re-
port.i3as follows;
" REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES
,iThe board (pi ..trustees -mot and
held -an -investigation of the..causes of
the. fire' at- the school -for juvenile
prisoners and examined a great num number
ber number of, -witnesses. The board appoint appointed
ed appointed one of its members .to- cooperate
with the coroner's jury on, its recon reconvening.
vening. reconvening. Glonday,-as the. jury had re requested
quested requested on its adjournments AH th'e
'bbys saved were -uninjured., 'Eight
.boys are not accounted for but only
six -bodies were found, -v
E.RL JIORRTS MAY HAVE ES ES-;
; ES-; CAPED
"One hoy, Earl (Morris, said to
have been seen making his escape
from the grounds at the time of the
fire, has not ibeen found. The hoard
will make a complete report on the
concliisioa of the inquest. All the
small boys saved w'ere uninjured, as
they' responded perfectly to the fire
drill.
HEROISM OF JOE WETHERSBEE
Joe Wethers-bee sacrificed his life
In going hack into the building,
thinking that .-some officers had not i
ibeen warned.
BLUNDERED BACK INTO THE
BUILDING
"Three boys went back into the
building and were lost after getting
ouL Tha board arranged to provide
quarters for the inmates before ad adjourning."
journing." adjourning." G. T. Whitfield, Secretary.

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this date and Thanksgiving
the Harrington Hall Hotel,

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COIISTAIIT iEPOJITS OF TURKISli MCTOHIES COuTDJE
: COil FR0L1 GOllSTAllTluOPLE

COApi ISSIOX WILL CARRY OUT.
VILLA'S .ORDERS IN QUERA QUERA-TARO,
TARO, QUERA-TARO, THE PROVISION-
AL CAPITAL
Aguas Calientes Nov. 20. Quere-
taro has been procla?med by Villa as
the provisional capital of Mexico. A
committee of tweuty-Dne has been
appointed to administer the affairs
of the Tepuhlic, pending, the estab establishment
lishment establishment of, General GuiterrezT v government-at
MexIco City.
Vn.Tl'S VETCPwVXS SEEK AN AN-TIIER
TIIER AN-TIIER VICTORY
; Wiashington, Nov. 20. With Vil Villa's
la's Villa's seasoned veterans hurrying
southward' on' their way to .Mexico
City and Obregon's artillery, lovai to
Carranz'a, proceeding north ward for
a defensive campaign, administra administration,
tion, administration, officials today had' dispatches
from American representatives indi indicating
cating indicating tha.t actual 'hostilities in the
southern republic ajpeared inevita inevitable.
ble. inevitable. ' f .
-' Unofficial reports related that Gen General
eral General Obregon in a statement issued at
IMeico'Gity declared: "The northern
forces have violated every armistice
and' promfsesinade to us.' I consider
that all' "efforts made to settle: the
present trouble without resort to
arms, useless."
Consular Agent Carothers report reported
ed reported Villa's army had taken the city of
JLeon without -firing a shot. Other
reports "asserted G,000 of iCarranza's
troopers at Irapuato had surrender surrendered
ed surrendered unconditionally. Irapuato was
one of the points "where, according to
dispatches from Carothers, the first
clash in the renewal of civil war was
to have occurred.
Serious Conditions at Mexico City
Consul Silliman, reporting from
Mexico City, said he regarded -actuil
hostilities as inevitable, although
some of. the generals persisted n
their efforts to restore' peace. t Mr.
Sillimsn a(Jie..l that. conditions n the
capital were more serious than they
had -ibeen '. -since peace -parleys- were
inaugurated -between the- Aguas Cali Cali-entes
entes Cali-entes convciiticn and Carranza.
Official reports vere awaited to Jay
from Xaco, Ariz.,' where six person5?
on the American ,side of the border
were said to have been wounded by
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sian Russian forces reaching the region of
Soldau, In the recent advance' : from
Malawa into 'IZast Prussia, have been
driven back, sixty miles to the river
Bug. Tho .Germans pursuing are
now approaching the fortress at Novo
Gcorgievsk, northwest of Warca-v.
.Though, the battle is progrer.ing
along the-entire line in' JlinLdaa
Poland, the fiercest fighting, is re reported
ported reported along 'the Szura river In tia
-vicinity of Kutno and Lowiecz.
TURKS GAVE RUSSIANS wV TRIPLE
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TROUNXTNG
Berlin, Xov. 30l The defeat of
jRus5ian3 in three different' engage engagements
ments engagements with Turks is announced in
' an official dispatch from Constant! Constant!-!
! Constant!-! noplo today.
AUSTRIA X S PRI :SS THEIR EN ENEMIES
EMIES ENEMIES
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Vienna, Xov.' 2(7; The Austrian
captured positions to 'the' southeast'
of Valjevo to "Whi'ch' the' Servian 3 re retreated.
treated. retreated. The latter are again in full
4 :: .i. ,;. ,..-.. '-;
'r stray bullers during fighting hetwcei
j the Carrnza garrison nnd Villa's in?
resting forces. vAn American' custoi.'is,
inspector and a trooper of the Tenth
Cavalry were among those, who wctc
hit: :f ;
BLOODED STQCK BURNED
Fifteen Splendid .Horse Lot Tltctr
Livej In a Georgia. Fire
'. Augusta, Xov. 20. The fine stock
stables at Grovetown of F. Ij. Dodge,
the iXew York mill:onaire. fifteen
blooded horses and other .prcperiy
were hurned this morning. Lo?s
$150,000.
BRAZOS WAS BEACHED
Schooner Went Ashore Near Tainp:v,
hut Crew is Rife
Tatv.pa, Xov. 20. Te svliooavr-
iHnixo?. whih coliidt-d with tin
steamer Oiiliri d, ycitcr.tjsy. broke
loose from tho Xwz Coney Iast vA'jMl
and was w.ai;cd w? ca tho Veacrh near
Kgnicnt Kcv, Th? crew Is saie.
OPEN Ikw AND t(ilir
Mv'oh ant's Cafe, A, C. L. dcrat
corner. Ma's a la rsrt stsd luacbes
at any tfr. A lv
closing orr odd and end
STATIONERY at reduced r!c at
ICREGER'S.
. South Carolina Rust-rroof an!
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Just exactly what use the Ger Germans
mans Germans would have for a wireless sta station
tion station in South Florida is something
that the Star's military. expert-is un unable
able unable to discover.

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Administration officials are said to
believe that the shots fired at the
Tennessee's launch at Smyrna were
intended as a friendly warning that
the harbor was mined. Perhaps they
were, and an eight-inch shell from
the cruiser, planted dn the middle of
the Turkish 'battery, would have
been a most appropriate acknowledgement.

The tragedy at IMarianna is a dis disgrace
grace disgrace to the state. The men in charge
of the Institution are guilty of crim criminal
inal criminal carelessness in allowing a condi condition
tion condition of affairs to exist by which a fire
escape could not be used when need needed,
ed, needed, ilf it had to she locked, a watch watchman
man watchman should have been stationed by
it, to see ihat it could be thrown
open instantly when necessary.

'For the next few years, (Florida
parents (will foe likely to prefer that
their wayward sons go to perdition
by the round-about way, rather than
that they take a short cut thru the
reform school. If all fathers and
mothers performed the consistent du duties
ties duties required by civilization for their
children, there would foe hut small
need for reform schools. iA good
proportion of the boys in them are
sent by parents who are too weak or
too lazy to give their Children proper
instruction from the cradle up.

' It is going the rounds or the press
that the city council of Wauchula has
'passed an ordinance by which a fine
of -$100 can be imposed on anyone
who speaks evil of the town. It is
Intended, to knock out the -knockers,
bo to speak. If the city council of
Wauchula really ha3 passed such an
ordinance, its members are entitled
Uo blue ribbons at a donkey show. No
magistrate above the Tank of a Dog Dog-'fcerry
'fcerry Dog-'fcerry would impose a fine based on
sch a law. Knockers are often an
'evil, but sometimes' a benefit, and at
any rate trying to punish them by
statute would 'both be foolish and un unconstitutional.
constitutional. unconstitutional. I ';

the Ter appealed more than books.

. Thoun extends sympathy to the
mothi and brothers and Is sorry
that xAff could not have been spared
to show them that he was made of
good stuff and would come out all
right and the writer who was In
close touch with the lad knows that
he would have done so.

lives In the fire.

here. He was the son of Fred Weth Weth-erbee.
erbee. Weth-erbee. Day and Highway avenues,
who is connected with the Seaboard
Air 'Line Railway. He was but 14
years old, and was considered one of
the most promising boys ever sent to

the industrial school. The atcion wa ?he -will be cflicia.!!;
taken -!by' the authorities mere' to" keep entere:I in the l S.

him out of bad company, than any
other. He had gene'' practically vol-

boat at Silver
Camiichael, ylll

Jacksonville in
cni where

. The big freight
Springs, the G. A.
lea re Sunday for
charge of a car-Tain

measured end
custom hf-.i.?e

and licensed as a freight carrier;
This big vessel, built recently by the

luntarily
had just

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secured passes; from Mr.

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pany to carry treisnt yet ween iivpfis

Jacksonville fur

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next Sunday to see his boy.
sonville .Metropolis.

SUPERINTENDENT HAS MADE

-Jack-; merchants, will carry a hundrel tons
j of freight, and is equipped with high-

'power gasoline.' engines. of the most

; improved type. She 2. ill not -only be

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i Oklawaha and Nipper St. Johns, but d

Evidence that Marianna Fire Wa.s the f

the fastestl

3I!S. BR VAX V SITING HIS

WINTER HOME AT MIAMI

William J.
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FEARFUL STORY OF
THE MARJANXA FIRE

1 Sam SFackler, the well known per

ipatetic journalist of Florida, has ac- escape.

A. special to'the .TImes-'Union gives
tho fpllo wing Information regarding
the burning of the reform school at
iMarianna, in which ten lives were
lost: .. -v : .
Building iNo. 1 of the school was
destroyed and ten tboys and men
burned to death In the building at an
early hour.
The fire was discovered only after
it had gained great headway and
nothing could be done to stop its
progress. It is supposed to have orig originated
inated originated In the office on the first floor
of the 'building from which It crept
to the upper floors. The ibuilding iwas
occupied hy about 100 iboys, 1esides
(Sup'orintendent Bell and several
guards.
Fire Burned Rapidly
A11 sleeping apartments were on
the second and .third floors. The
ibuildingwas of brick, 50 by 'ISO feet,
with two wings fifty fet in length.
It was finished inside in pine, all par partitions
titions partitions and floors being of wood. This
had recently been painted and the
oils in the paint made the wood burn
rapidly, so that, it is said, that within
thirty minutes after the fir -was dis discovered,
covered, discovered, the building was in ruins.

When Superintendent Bell was
awakened the stairways were in
flames.' .The two fire escapes -being

locked, he could only make his es

cape through the roof, and this he
did. Climbing to the tower, he

jumped to the roof, and from this to
the fire escape from which he reach reached
ed reached the ground and tried to enter the

office to obtain the keys to the fire

escapes., 5

The office ibeing in flames, he pro

cured an ax. and with the assistance
of 'Mr. Allen, one of the guards, he
climbed to the .landing of the fire
escape at the second floor, where

three men were trying to make their

Work of an Incendiary

Marianna, IXov.v 20. .-Discovery of

clues leading to the belief that the

fire which destroyed the main dorm-j TiraesUnion, 19tn:
itory of the .Florida State Industrial f Bry seCretarv of

bcbooi, and caused tbe death of ten-j LTnUed d ihrough Jack.
people was of incendiary origin; the sonvine last nght TQute iQ Ml.
arrival of Acting Chairman .Sheriil am where he hag a vIntep home
and three members of the 'board of; fQr tfle se of ett, a few d"
f Til at one f r rrnt h rif ri f Vi A ttnrn ir C tin 1

J ... rfx?t nri;'! nnnirfl rr riift iinn to at-

eral West, to 'begin an Investigation tQ some lbusincss aDout the es.
of the holocaust under the gover- ho nas there

nors orders; the failure of omciais .

to locate Superintendent Putnam,? .. .

who has beeti absent for a nionth or the firgt train Q7 the c
more, and the search for evidence ; nd seemed traVeliDg alone

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WaldoTJrew. of St. Petersburg, were! . X JUWiM JLJi i

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strongly to the destruction of : the
main dormitory of the school, and
the death of eight students and two

officials as the work of flreJbugs, the

coroner's jury, which was empaneled
yesterday morning, was recessed un until
til until next Monday. The recess was or

dered so that further

(Mr. Bryan is expected in Washing-1

ton again by Tuesday,

FRIEND OF VrLLA IN FLORIDA

Says the Mexican Chieftain has Xo
Idea of Leaving: IDs Country

investigation i Times-Union, l$th: Col. P. II.

into the several clues unearthed
might he made before decision is ren rendered.
dered. rendered. So far no arrests have been
made..-, :

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the qneiition is vorth t

RUSSIANS ACT LIKE
A DIFFERENT RACE

i

He succeeded In breaking

quired the Eau Gallle Record and has the locks of the barred grating to the

.brought out a beautiful ".boost edition window, 'but was unable to get the
toy way of a starter in his new field, metal frame out of the window. In
tSam is a quaint old fellow linked to the meantime, the floors gave way
the fast-fading days of hand compo- "and the inmates were hurled to their
sltlon, G. Washington and other doom.
forms of the simple life in (Florida The men at the window were R. B.
print shops, .but yon can't keep him Evans, a carpenter; C. IM. Evans, his
down and he will bob up unexpected- son," a guard and one other who was
ly in unexpected places. Our "best an inmate. The seven others who
wishes are with him in his latest ven- perished are supposed to have been
ture. Lakeland Telegram. suffocated ibef ore they were .burned,
The Star is afraid Sam tFackler as their charred bodies were found

will never ibe rich until he is dead, J on the 'bed springs of their 'beds. All vodka is a government monopoly, it
hut While he lives he will with un- were in. the same ward in the north is not difficult to enforce prohibition

ExceUent Results from Prohibition
in the Great White Czar's ;
-.' Empire
' Petrograd, Xov. (20. Actual and
complete prohibition is in force to today:
day: today: throughout the entire 'Russian
empire and not a drop of V vodka,
whisky, ibrandy, gin or any other
strong drink ds obtainable from one
end to the other of an area populat populated
ed populated by 750,000,000 people and com comprising
prising comprising one-sixth of : the habitable
globe.
In every foot of Russian territory
the word prohibition is taken liter

ally. It does not mean a partially
successful attempt to curtail liquor
consumption resulting in drinking in
secret plrces, ahuse of medical li licenses
censes licenses and general evasion and sub subterfuges.
terfuges. subterfuges. It does mean that a vast
population who consumed $1,000,-

000,000 worth of vodka a year,
whose ordinary condition has been
described Jby Hussians themselves as
ranging from a slight degree of stim

ulation upward, has been lifted al almost
most almost in one day to sdbriety.
Not Difficult to Enforce
On that day when the mobiliza mobilization
tion mobilization (began policemen visited every
public place where vodka is sold,
locked up the supply of the liquor,
which is almost pure alcohol, and

placed in the shop the imperial seal.

iSince the manufacture and sale of

faltering optimism and an unbound- wing of the building.

and from the day the shops were

ed love for his fellow men, go on lay
ing up treasures in Heaven.

The charred -bodies of the unf ortu- closed drunkenness vanished.

HAD NO FRIEND TO GUIDE HIM

.The results already are seen in the

peasantry. They are beginning to

look like a different race. (Marks of
suffering, the pinched looks of illness
and improper nourishment have gone

from their faces. Their clothes are

nate victims of the awful holocaust
were dragged from the 'bed of coals
and ashes inside the walls of the
v ....
burned building and placed under a

There is a whole sermon in the p-1 me rear ot tne .Duiiding that

following brief paragraphs written had 'been killed by the fire.

bv Powell of the Clearwater Sun vu un-ost oi me ooaies -notning re- cleaner and tooth men and women

about Clifford Jeffords, one of the niained but charred lumps of flesh appear more neatly and better dress dress-boys
boys dress-boys burned to death in the fire trap and 'hone, representing the bodies ed. Homes of the poor, formerly

at iMarianna: ana sns mat naa Deen roasted to destitute, now present something

The Marianna reformatory, a state an unrecognisable blackened mass. like order and 'thrift
I T 11. 1 I 1

institution, 'took fire this morning AW OI lQe larger ones, nowever, In Petrograd and IMoscow the ef ef-and
and ef-and was burned to the ground. Ten retained the shape of the human feet is fairly startling. On holidays
inmates lost their lives, among the 'Dodv 'with a11 'the vital organs ex- anebTiates always filled the police sta-

number being Clifford Jeffords of Peti- m none vss itnere xne sngnt- tlons and often lay about in the
this city, son of 'Mrs. S. A. Jeffords, semblance of a possibility of. rec- streets. Today unattended women

a widow. ognition. The guards, however, by may pass, at night through portions
The remains of the lad were so heing familiar with the location of of these cities where it formerly was

charred that they are beyond reeog- 11110 loeus ol OI '--ooys, were dangerous for men. Minor crimes

nition. The mother and brothers and able to identify their remains, and and misdemeanors have almost van-

other relatives will go to 'Marianna the two me11 wre identified by their ished.

tut. ; . I size.

It was only two weeks ago that
Clifford was sent to the institution.
Clifford Jeffords was not a vicious
boy, but was delinquent only so far
that he would not attend school, and
it was thought that a season at iMar iMarianna
ianna iMarianna would turn his mind along

other channels Mhan "having a good

time.'

Titus, Villa aid and agent, who has

been in Jacksonville for some weeks H

nn?t vptprdav mryrnfTi i? received 1!

'"- V w .v a -. I
dlsinatrhes from 'Villa in .Mexico de-!'

nylng the statements made by the
Associated (Press morning dispatches
that Villa would .leave-the country,
or that he would retire is command commander
er commander of the north until every promise

made has-been fulfilled and Presi-

dent Gutierrez is firmly established
in his rule.
die declares that if Villa should
leave now there would be twenty
new aspirants for the presidency
within twenty-four hours, and that
no one knows this better than Villa.
Carranza, he declares, hopes to
get Villa -from the country, that he
may "again attempt the dictation ot
affairs.
Villa, he declares, is determined
that nothing shall interfere with the

administration of General Gutierrez,

at least until the general election, jj
after which the people should have jl

maae Known wnai iaey wish m iu
matter.,
. He says that Villa is in complete
control of the situation now, and

that Carranza knows this; and if
any further delay there will fbe fight fighting
ing fighting within 'twenty-four hours, and
when lit does 'begin practically every
general in Carranza's army will rush

to Villa and help him crush the for former
mer former quickly "and completely.
Villa, he declared, is in "Mexico to
stay until peace is an assured fact

and until every promise made is
carried out to the letter, and, in the

spirit of which it was made.
!So far as General Villa's leaving
the country is concerned, Col, Titus

says: "Why, if he should propose

such a thing he would be urged to

stay and' advise government proceed

ings, since every man knows he has
the confidence of the people more
than any other man in Mexico."

who owns tho dwctlii?.

In your name?
of course you thiutt thr.t jou do; but are cu rT; !..!,?

ijidsrin,it': involves thd ,: ori

the development of inJivinl ownership in !.
in the bejinnir, of clvilizatlpn no mr.n ov,:;?& any r!
of the 'itrth. nomadic tribes cithipcd over i articular
it; lioinea'atif traCirr- xsiaccs were r.ot Hv, I; land vrr.i

fill fir individuals ..to dispute over th

:nita

too

ore it policy cf

Corida title and abstract corjxrr.tic3

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'p. Tr:i
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a"' 'vrtv'T7

Announces the moving of the Inctitute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Eutto
Building on Main Street, couthesst'- corner
of Public Square, entrance hctvecn The
Murray Co., and Troxler's standc.
; i&tifQiw cscl will be. Htm ;;
'm r; ;C;v :;' ;r; ; Strictly .Ilpon Ethical ::'LIne y v .' :
nouns?-' 9 a; mJ: to teo v.ii& piiomgI' 5ST

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INVENTION IS TOO ARDUOUS

r ir ir .fl T

Sometimes, a peaceful man thinks

this world in vents, too many things,

and sighs as he reflects what com-

rvnrativAlv carefree life iMoses, De-

f - i

mosthenes and Julius Caesar led.

Such thoughts are well expressed by

tiA Jew York -Evening Sun. when It

says:

.Tiial'

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When Jonah in his whale went bob-U
- ... ... I v

o

BURNED TO DEATH

FOR STEAMNG A BIKE

OCALA. nOUSE ARRIVALS

bing thru the brine

fHe Wasn't worried with the thought
that he might hit a mine.

When iLiiah in his chariot went

aviating up

Jle wasn,' bothered with the guns of

Busy Bertha Krupp.

JCavi nation's nloneers. whether air

or ocean.

Missed a lot of modern thrills and
latter-day emotion!

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Glean, r rech, Veli Latin dorcl Lin

is a neecccity.

cessity is Czz?

To supply that

fc 4spttw ton' 'Hlbtfc Ut

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OOILA, FLORIDA

Tampa, Nov. 20.: 'Walter GFisher,

one of the victims of the fire at IMar IMarianna,
ianna, IMarianna, rwas 16 years of age and w5as

sent from this county after having

He carried the Sun on one of stolen a bicycle.

the routes for some weeks and the

Sun would not desire a more faith-i

ful or honest or businesslike employe.

Ho was simply a healthy, vigorous

lad, to whom the call of the woods or

KEPT IILM OUT

OF BAD COMPANY

. Joe Wetherbee, the younger of the

two Jacksonville boys who lost, their I Patterson, Cleveland, Ohio.

G. S. Bauman, St. Petersburg; p.
C. Lucius, Tampa; -E. K. Butler, A."
C. L. !R. iR.; air. and Mrs. John M.
Scott, Newark, ?s J.; C. Soarbach,
New York; D. E. Ridgell, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; M. SS. McRae, sMoultrie, Ca.;
R. L. Ivey, Jacksonville; W. J. Har Harris,
ris, Harris, Jacksonville; J. M. 'Houston,
Beaver Falls, Pa.; A. A. Case, Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, X. Y.; A. J. Case, Buffalo, N.

Y.; M. B. -Fisher, Jacksonville; F. M.

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

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them for you to your order? Carter's
B?kery. 17-6t

Novels, the very
.Murray Company.

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- Joe
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of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uies.
Call on or write for price a
and samples
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State Agent, OCALA, FLA

By HtSKtTH PRIGIIAR3

Copyright. 1913.
By Heiketh Pnchard

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Do You vant them at a Bargain?.
I have a splendid Orange
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tract, all fenced bat no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than .2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big:, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
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Price of Property as it stands

f4

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"When I waa a growtnzlad, and came
opon many wcrds in my reattiasr that
I did not understand, my mother, in instead
stead instead of givinjr me the definition when
I applied to her. uniformly sent me to
the dictionary to learn it, and in this f
way I gradaally learned maur things
besides the meaning of the icdiridaal
word in Question amonsr other things,
how to cse a dictionary, and 'the great
pleasure and adrcntage there might
be in the nse of the dictionary.
Afterwards, when I went to the Tilkere
- Echool, my chkf dirersion, al ter les lessons
sons lessons were learned and before they
were recited, wca in taming over ths
pagc3 of the '"Unabridged of those
days. Now the most modern Uca-

bridged-iheXEW INTEItXATIONAL INTEItXATIONAL-gives
gives INTEItXATIONAL-gives me a pleasure of the same sort.
So far as ray knowledge extends, it is
at present the beat cf the one-volume
dictionaries, and quite ecEc!cnt for
all ordinary ue&. Etch these who
possess the splendid dictionaries in
several olemes will yet find it a great
convenience to have this, which is so
compact, so fall, and so trustworthy
as to leave, in most cases, little to be
desired.- Albert S. Cook.Fh.D-.LLJD..
Prof esse of the English Laxtguage and
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CHAPTER V.
The Guilty Man.
UIKKi: wji no doubt about the
fact that November was sur surprised
prised surprised ile a id nothing for a

fn'l mintite. then he looked up
shanly
"How many bottles of whisky had
you? sid he.
"Nary one. answered Thompson.
"There isn't one nearer than Laval Laval-lotte.
lotte. Laval-lotte. as you well know. We wasn't
drunk, we was drugged. We must "a
been, though bow it was done beats
rae. for we h:id nothing but bread and
bacon and tea. nnd I made the tea my myself.
self. myself. v
"Where's the kettle?'
"We left that and the frying pan,
baek at the hut. for we're going to
.buut the country for the thief. You'll
come along. Nov IT
.-On 'my -own condition, or I'll have
nothing to do with it"
"What's it?"
"That nary a man of yon goes' back
to Tideson's bridge hut tiir 1 give you
leave.- -- ' ;
rut we want to catch the robber."

"Very well. Go and try if you think
you can do it", v :
An outburst of argument arose, but.
soon One and another began to say:
"We'll leave ft to yon. Nov," "Mind
you fetch my $100' back for me.. Nov."
"Leave Nov aloue". on. Nov.
November laughed. '4l suppose you
all slept with your money on you?"
1 1 a ppea red t h ey a 11 ha d and La rs
and Chris, who possessed pocketbooks.
and found them flung, empty, in a cor
ner of the hut.
1 "Well. Mr Quaritch and me'l! be
getting along, boys. I'll let you know
if I've any luck." Then suddenly, No November
vember November turned to the big spokesman
and said. "By the way, Thompson, did
yea fill that kettle at the brook before
you found you'd lost your cash?'
"No: I run right back."
"That's lucky. said November; and

we'walked away in a roar of shouted
"Look at nimf Thompson banged

open the office door and showed us

by the fire, looking a good deal disheveled.

"Mr. Close?" exclaimed November.
"Yes. the boss no other!"
Got videuce?' inquired November,
staring at Close.
"Tiptop! No one seen him from dark
to dawn. And ..vve got the boots. Found
'em in a biscuit tin on a shelf in the
shanty just behind here where he
sleeps.
"You fool! I was at my. accounts all
night." cried Close to Thompson.
November. took no notice.
"Who found the boots?" said he.
"Cookee. when he was cleaning up.
Found a bottle; of sleeping stuff, too
nearly empty!" shouted two or three
together.
November whistled. "Good for
Cookee. Has he owned up?" he nod

ded at Close. "Was, they your boots.
Mr. Close?'
"Yes," roared Close.
"But be denies the robbery!" said
Thompson excitedly.
"Of course I deny It!" cried Close.
"Let's see them boots." put in No
veraber. ; 5
"The boys took 'era to the bunk
house. said Thompson. "Say. Nov.
think of him paying us with oue iiand
and robbing us with the other, the"
"Wonderful T observed November in
his dry way. He continued to stare
hard at Close, who at last looked up.
and I could have sworn'-' I saw Novem November
ber November doe's dark lashed eyelid droop
slightly in his direction.
A change came over the manager.

"Oer out of here." he cried angrily.
"Get out of here, you and your woods
detective!" and some uncommonly
warm language charged out at the back
of the closing door.
The men who had been robbed and
their comrades closed round as No

veraber examined the boots. r
"Seventeen in one heel and fifteen
in the other cowhide boots." said
Chris. -That's what he that robld us
wort, and 111 swear to that."
"I could swear to it too." agreed No November.
vember. November. "Take tin-m and the sleeping stuff."
pursued Chris "It's a silver fox skin
t a rMi -'on n ronvictiou. eh. Novem
ber?" : .''".'-"
"Have you scut for the police?"
"Not yet We'd waited till you come
up. We'll send now."
. "The sooner ile better." said No
veruber. "Afid whoever oes'll find
four i hai-s from Camp B In the hut by
Tidosons bridge. They've orders to
kno: -k it tloivn and take the, roof oft
am! rarry Use stove into I."
1 lHiec.vd lo Novembei -; making thK
MKtonih'.ng statement, and i-.hoHd i
vhoweil no surprise. What' "ii earth
vn t!ie ir?ine that he wa playlntr?
"tli:rn C'j. bors. and send for the

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police. or' tbere may be trouble. TCbo's

going.'.. .

"I don't mind if I go." offered Chris
"I'll start right now. The sooner vve
get --Mr. Close safe in jailthe tK-tter."
We all saw Chris off. and then the
"meirtook us back into the bunk house,
where they talked and argued for an
hour. November had relapsed into
his usual taciturnity. But when at
length he sjHike again his words acted
.like a bombshell. c
"Say. .boys." he said, and the ca cadence
dence cadence of his accent was very marked.
Mts alout time we iet-the boss out."
Every bead jerked round- in his di direction.
rection. direction. "Let- him out?" shouted a

dozeu .-voices.' "Before the police

eome?" -' - - 1
"Best so." replieil November in his
gentle ma n ner. "You see, it wasri't him
held you up. boys.' J
"Who was. it then?"
Novec:ler stood up.
"Conic and I'll show you
' Finally four of us boarded the big
canoe and set off.
I lost all sense of direction in the
darkness until we came out on the
banks of the brook near Tidesons
lridge. We crossHl. and all. four of us

crouclied m tbe shadow of a tdg. rock
not twenty yards from the hut. AVe
had been forewarned by. November to
keep very quiet and to watch the hut.
The pa le forel ights of da wn were
already In t!ie air, when 1 felt Novem Novem-cr
cr Novem-cr rnsive slightly, and a moment later
I heard a -.stick break, then footfalls on

tiie unue. a o:uisn saauow- came

cautiously -. down, the bank, hesitating
at every step. lut always-approaching
the but.-' until at last Jt passed within
it. -Then a match Bared inside. I
saw it pass the- broken window. There
was a -pause. The door creaked faint faintly
ly faintly and the iigure stole out again.
I put out my bauds toward Novem November
ber November he was gone.
Meantime the figure from the hut
was moving up the path to the road
and a second figure was gaining on
him. I recognized November's mighty
outlines as he followed with arms out outstretched.
stretched. outstretched. Then the arms fell, and
there was a cry, almost a shriek.
When we ran up November was hold holding
ing holding Chris struggling on the ground.
"Sean h him. boys." said November.
"He's got the stuff on him."

Tho!psons big hand dived into the

breast of Chris shirt and when it

came out again It held a bundle of

notes.
"You smart cuss! said Chris, to No November
vember November Joe. ',

A few busy hour followed, and it
-was the next afternoon before I found

myself again at Novem lKrs shanty

and asked for the explanations which

hwt ltfn Dniptkml m

Belleview, Nov. 1 8. 'Miss Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Carter -"has returned to her
home at Conani, after a very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit with friends in Belleview.
Messrs. Need ham Nix and 'Fred
Brown aa. e returned from San An Antonio,
tonio, Antonio, where they have Leen for the
past several months engaged in the

building of houses.
Mrs. A. T. Whitter arrived last
Friday from Old Orchard, -Maine,
where she has been spending the
summer. ', ."
Mr. and airs. $ Louis Wei he and
daughter, 'Miss Alice, arrived home

last Saturday from their summer va vacation
cation vacation spent in Ohio and Pennsylvan

ia and after spending a short time

in New York city, they embarked on

the Clyde Line steamer Mohawk for

Jacksonville and while nearlng Char

leston the lamentable tragedy in

which iMr. Frank W. H. Hinman lost

his life and the captain and one of

the passengers were seriously in- J

jured, occurred. Mr. Hinman was

an active force in politics in the city

of Jacksonville in-the early 90s and

speaking of those days, Mr. Tremere Tremere-recalls
recalls Tremere-recalls the exciting times in the 7th

ward in the city of Jacksonville and

which was called the bloody seventh.

Mr. .Hinman was a resident of that

ward for onanv years as was also SMr. 'V

. -- 1 j

tent that the "Bloody Seventh" gov governed
erned governed the destinies of the political

checker board in Jacksonville "and

Duval counties. Mr, Hinman was
one of the pioneers in the same, earr

ly school of politics as was Senator j

D. U. Fletcher, Congressman Frank

Clark, he Stockton "brothers John
Thomas and Telfair,-Napoleon Bro

ward, J. M

a host of others who have played a

prominent part in; the -political af affairs
fairs affairs of Florida. Mr. .Hinman was
- - .y -

an intimate worker v worker -with all

of these prominent men in tie ear early
ly early days and his acquaintanceship was,
nation-wide. -" ;
Mr. W. L. .Martin, the. picture

man, who a great many of o'jr peo-.

p!e will .'reknember as having worked

this town last year spent a few days.

m town last weex, 1 aiKing sewing

machines. '
Mrs. Joseph H. Millsom and son,'
William, left last Thursday for St
Cloud, where Mrs. iMillsom expects
to visit the balance of the iwinter.
Quite a party of shoppers from

the Pedro section we-e in town last.

Tuesday. iMrs. Lewis with her fami family
ly family of girls and hoys, iMrs. Pittman
and son, visited the several stores,
picking up bargains as they were
presented.
The arrivals at Hotel 'Marion for
rtifa wiselr nr- ATr 'Ti iTT. .Allen, of

".v j
Tampa, 'Mr. G. P. Dove of Chicago.

s Mrs. Ellen F. Bush who has been
coming to iBelleview ever since it,
was a OBelleview came in last iSun-

day from her home at Quirrcy, Mass.,

and will spend the winter with 'Mr.
and iMrs. Gale.
Just .before five o'clock Monday
morining the entire town was arous arous-by
by arous-by the ringing of the fire bell. The
fire proved to he in the 'barn of
Mr 0. M. Gale and In a short space of
time the largest foam in town, filled
with har and other feed was re reduced
duced reduced to a pile of ashes. lA large
amount of imnroved farming ma

chinery was destroyed but the wag

ons and horses were gotten out safe safely.
ly. safely.
Miss Maggie Whisenant and Eu Eunice
nice Eunice left last Saturday for Oxford
where they will visit relatives for a

week.

Mr. 'Robert L. Thinner and 'Mrs. J.
Walter Nelson attended the. foaby
show in Ocala last Wednesday.-

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. Eureka, Nov. 18. The weather

has turned decidedly cooler and
makes everything take oh the ap appearance
pearance appearance of winter and a fire certain certainly
ly certainly feels very comfortable.
. 'Messrs. .Wade and Larue Hastings
of Lake Kerr were In our iburg Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon.
We are indeed corry to -learn of
the continued illness of tMrs. Brinson
and the, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. Strickland, hoth residing near
IMiir Creek.
Miss Oldia Hinson, who has been
visiting home folks and other rela relatives
tives relatives in Vineland, N. C, for the past
six months, returned Friday as the
guest of her sister, Mrs. F. iM. Harp
for an indefinite length of time.
-Messrs. J. iM. Brinson. and Ed
Teuton were Ocala visitors Tuesday.

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v INDIGES-v TION

It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion become
discouraged antf despondent. Here
are a few words of hope and che-r
for -them Ty Mrs. Blanche Bowe'.
Indiana. Pa.: "For years my diges

tion was so poor that I could scarcely

eat the lightest foods. It ried e very-

things that I heard of to get relief,

it until about a year ago when
saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver

tised and get a bottle.of them, did X

find the right treatment. I soon be began
gan began to improve and sine taking a

few bottles of them my digestion Is

hne. For sale hv all dealers. ad

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j Mr. (F. M. Harp returned Saturday

from Lake City, where he had been
for the past few days attending a
Masonic meeting.
.Miss Othello Cassels and sister,
Mrs. E. Hinson of Bay'Lake were in
bur hurg Saturday, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Harp.
Mrs.. I. ;M. Hinson and little son
Oris, were the guests of !Mrs. J. N.
Brinson Monday.
We are glad to note the convales convalescence
cence convalescence of Mrs. Jasper Brinson, who
has been quite sick for. some time.

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Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and luncbi
at any hour. Adv.

IMCPORTANTi.1

His Kind Heart.
Master of the House, sternly "Yoa
told my tailor when he came to col collect
lect collect his bill yesterday that I owed yon
eIx. months wages. How' came you
to be so Indiscreet?" The Servant
'T meant no harm, sir I only wanted
to console him a bit. sir, 'e seemed
that down'earted. sir.

Bear in mind that Chamberlain's

Tablets not only move the bowels.

ut improve the appetite and

strengthen the digestion. For sale

by all dealers. ad

Purity Is pa ramonnt You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions fter-?.
Bitting & Knight, dmggists. 10-31-tf
We are selling Stock nd Poultry

Powders and Medicines 'at half pric

Two 25cts or oocts packages at one

rice. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now
open.
Be sure and bng or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility,
of errors and 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 parents. -Yours
very truly,
TV. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2ni Tax Collector Marion Co.

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tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any ether
xmtrsetor in 'the .city. 'V.

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A tertdn littla fellow Ioyci t:3
crsndsiother dearly. Tho ctLcr
hearing her tal?K, perhap3 tit xneur xneur-fally,
fally, xneur-fally, cf growins. eld, th& cliild ;cz
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SOCIAL

AFFAIRS

(If you have any iteni3 for this department call phone 106)

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tMiss Goldie Duck of Xew York-

Jit tractive guest of i!ls3 Gertie Pey Pey-fir,
fir, Pey-fir, was the inspiration for a de delightfully
lightfully delightfully informal party last eve evening
ning evening given Ijy IMrs. JaUe Brown, and
11!? nflernaon &he was agal::i the
honor guest vhen Airs. Leon Fishel
entertained at two tables of auction.
Mrs. iBrowa was assisted in enter entertaining
taining entertaining by Mr. Brown and i-I!ss Adele
Bitting-er, and for .the pleasure of
her guests three tables had .bec;n ar arranged
ranged arranged for auction, the play errs in including
cluding including LMisses Buck, Peyser, Bittin Bittin-ger,
ger, Bittin-ger, LMr. and 'Mrs. Leon FisheL, Mr.
and IMrs. Marcus Frank, Glr, and
?Mrs. AV. A. Coin, Mr. and Mrs. II. H.
Brand; Dr.' and Mrs. E. G." Peek. At
the conclusion of the ,' ganies fruit
gellatin with whipped cream and
cake was served.', Y
Mrs. Fishel's guests this afternoon
were Misses Euck, Peyser, Josle Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, 'Mrs. IM.. FIshel,vMrs. L. Car Carney,
ney, Carney, Mrs. iM. iFrank, (Mrs. E. G. Peek,
Mrs. Jake Brown and IMrs. Charl33
Itheinauer. Silk hose were awarded
the player scoring highest and the
pleasant afternoon with the hostess

was concluded ;with a tempting lunch

of shrimp salad, minced chicken
sandwiches, olives, celery, crackers,

coffee and cake, i
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Among those attending the fair in

Gainesville yesterday and not men

tloned in the Star were iMr. and Mrs.

H. A. Bavies, Mr. and iMrs. W. W.

Clyatt, (Miss (Ernestine Brooks, tMiss

Tommla St&ndley, IMr. -Frank iHarris,

Jr., and Dr. M. C. Izlar.
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JMhvs Gladys Drake is expected
home this evening from a visit to
IMIss Clarice 'Watkins at Micanopy.
Yesterday Miss Brake with a party

of friends visited 'Gainesville.

Ifgfo are well known to .the Oca la con-

spend the summer on

iwgent who

beach.

W. C. T. U. Dele-ates Keturn

. Yfashh-urn, Miis Emma Was fl

our, airs, c. H.' Shaw of Zubr an.l

Mrs A.,ai. .'Reed of Vveir.-dale, re re-turned
turned re-turned on the early morning train
from Atlanta; where they attended
the National A C. T. V. convention,
and sMrs. E. E. Pack ham, who'accom who'accom-panied
panied who'accom-panied the party returned this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. They report having had a
glorious meeting both in Atlanta and
Jacksonville; at the latter place they
attended the Florida convention pre previous
vious previous to going to Georgia. There
were present in Atlanta 700 and
more delegates from "all sections of
the United States, about sixteen from
Florida : and nearly seventy Florida
women attending the .meetings. In
the parades the Florid ians carried
market baskets filled with choice cit citrus
rus citrus fruits and they madeia decided
hit distributing the fruit and giving
the 'Florida rally cry:
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many friends here who will be inter interested
ested interested to Iearjpof her recent success
in the literary field. A. poem from
her pen on Rlexlcojkds appeared in
several of the tyrirfcipal magazines nf
the councry and she has just finish finished
ed finished another splendid "one on the vvazy
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sMrs. C. B. Ayer was the lovely
hostess entertaining at auction this
afternoon, her guests including the
Tuembcrs of the young 'ladles, p. ac action
tion action club and a few friends. The
trophies for, top scores were a eta of
hand-painted tally cards, the hoste5
pain ti n g t h e poi nc e tti a h ea d s 'and
wild roses adorning them. Hot choc chocolate
olate chocolate and sandwiches were served
late in the afternoon.
Making up the .three tables were
the following who swere Mrs. Ayer's

guests: iMlsses Dorothy Schredber,

Hester and Marion Bewey, 'Nellie

Gottlieb, Fanny Robinson, Adele Bit

tinger, Eugenia Fullor, tMary Bur-

ford; Bettie Mclve-f lary 'McBowell,

Cilen Clarkson and iMrg,,:L,. Pt Wil

son. IMrs. C. .R. lCreger joined them

for refreshments

" !Mr. and IMrs. J, J Gerig are home

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other northernclties. They had a

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IMrs. iShaw and 'Mrs. Reed remain remained
ed remained over for the 'meeting this after

noon, (the former driving .home for

supper and the latter returning to

Bake Weir on the evening train.
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'Yesterday afternoon Mrs. T. T.
'Munroe was hostess to the two table
auction dub of which she Is a mem member.
ber. member. Composing the two fables of
players were (Mrs. L,. 11. Chazal, IMrs.
?: Hi ck ma n IM rs. E.J. Crook CM rn
C. L,. Gamsby, iMrs. G. K. 'Robinson,
Ctfiss Emily Stotesbury,' Miss iMinnie
Gamsby and iMrs. tMunroe. Sand

wiches and coffee, were served after
the game sand Miss Gamsby won the
prize, a deck of cards.
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Tke formel opening of; the thircl
winter season of the Orlando Country
Club -occurred Wednesday swith a
tournament between a team of local
golfers and a team from the Tampa
Automobile and Golf Club.; Orlando
won with a score -of 25 to 22.
iMiss !Ivo BaRue has a iosition as
stenographer for-iMr. Sandlin, the
manager of the Oca la sub-exchange
of the Florida Citrus Exchange.

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Band De-Band has issued invitations Jtof the
marriage ceremony of her daughter,
Cornelia McVickor and Mr. ChArles
.Morton Biolly, on the evening of Mon-

day, 'November 30th, t half after8

o'clock, St. Barnaba's (Episcopal'tir

church. Mrs. tMiller and tMiss Mille Miss Frances

There )will .he on exhibit durin

the Marion-Sumter 'Fair in the wom

an's department a" crochet counter counterpane
pane counterpane over fifty years old. The de

sign Is the (Lord's Prayer and the

words are so perfectly c formed and

the work so accurately done that ythe

prayer can he easily read at a dis-

I tance of fifty yards. 'Another exhibit

will ibe a beaded purse made ilOO
years ago. These articles belong to
ladies living in Alachua.
While Mrs. J. R. iM.oorhead, Qlrs.
iM. H. Stovall and Mrs. BeWis Yon.ee
were in Gainesville, judging the ex exhibits
hibits exhibits in the woman's department at
the Atachua fair, IMrs. :Moorhead, the
superintendent of the woman's de de-partment
partment de-partment for the IMarion-iSumter

Fair, secured competent iwomen for
judges at our fair. In going out of
the county for judges, the exhibits
will foe new to the examiners: and
jthe agitation generally caused by the
placing of blue ribbons will be elim inated
entirely. ;
fMiss Irene Campbell is the iuvul.r
guest of 'Mrs. James Taylorr arriving
today from Bakeland. (Miss Campbell
has heen a visitor to Ocala on for for-mer.
mer. for-mer. occasions and has many friends
here who are delighted that she has
returned for another visit.
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ernooh from ajvisit to her uncle and
aunt, IMr. and! (Mrs. Jf. B. Anderson
In Jacksonville1. Mrs) Camp went es-

Deciaiiv to oe .nresent ax inerrenr

stad concert Wednesday evening

most pleasant- time and

deny they brought the cold weather.

with them.

' Mrs. iH. M. Hampon and guests,

Mrs. IMaude Blackourn and little

daughter are expected home this aft-

ernoon from Cainesvllle.

mrs. William Hocker, iMrs. C. R.

,TydIngs, '.vlrs. A. BUrford, Mrs. C.

(H. Bloyd, Mrs. B. T. ; Perdue, IMr.

Jack Camp and 3Irs.. B. H:' Seymour
will return tomorrow from attending
the federation convention'. In Bake

land. They fwill Ibe accompanied by
Dr. Frances Bradley of lAjtlanta and
Dr. (Ellen Lowell Stevens who will

address the Woman's Club tomor

row afternoon.-rv''":'V.r.:'.".
iDon't carry your lunch to the fair.
The ladies of the Presbj-terfan church
will serve you a delicious dinner: or
luflch, right there at very reasonable
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HARRINGTON HALL HOTEL
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Celery Hearts

Ripe Olives

Cream of New Tomatoes
Salted Almonds

Broiled Spanish Mackerel, Drawn Butter

Shoe String Potatoes

Broiled Squab on Toast, Currant Jelly
New Potatoes, M ait re de Hotel
Asparagus

Roast Thanksgiving Turkey, Cranberry Jelly
Mashed Potatoes New Peas

Head Lettuce Salad, Roquefort Cheese Dressing

Cheese Wafers

Hot Mince Pie.

Coffee

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WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, Xov. 1 9. We had a
nice rain here Friday evening and it
was greatly needed. The -weather is
fair and cool. - :
Rev.' George Henderson and
daughter. iMary, of (Micanopy, spent
last Wednesday the guests of (Mrs. C.

(R. Curry. ; r

A little picnic was enjoyed by a

number, in this neighborhood last

Thursday in front of the home of

Mr. V.'P. Smith and was given in the
honor of Mrs. Wilson of Spartan-

iburg, S. and ?Mrs. John iMarsh of

Johnson, S. C, granddaughter of
(Mrs. J. P. Smith, who are in Florida

to "attend the wedding of their sis

ter, liss Winifred Pedrick of Gaines

ville, to Mr. Glen Isom of Spartan-

'burg, S. C, which will take place in

ainesville the 17th. -Every one en-

.pyed the day and the ; sumptuous
dinner. Beside the above ladies men-
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llr. C. C. Pedrick and daughter, Win Winifred
ifred Winifred from Gainesville and iMr. and
Olrs. I. CC. Ttawls and daughter, (Miss
Loleta and sons, Charles and Shade,

Month rook, Mr. and Mrs.t R. C.

fEpjerscn and son of Willlston, ,and
Mrs. W. J. iEdwards and son of'Ocala.
iMrs. WT. J. Edwards and son, who
have been on a visit to iMrs? V. P.
iSmith,' left for their home in Ocala
Thursday afternoon.
Miss Vida (May returned home
iMonday from a. week's -visit to Miss
iRosalie Smith. (Miss Rosalie accom accompanied
panied accompanied her home and they left Cdic Cdic-anopy
anopy Cdic-anopy Tuesday to attend the Ped-

ripk-Trvcm weddinjr and take In the

fair at Gainesville this week.

Misses Theora and Beola Smith

and Mrs: T. 'N. Smith accompanied

Mr. and Olrs. R. C. Epperson to

Gainesville Tuesday to attend toe

wedding.

This entire community was grieved

when ithe death angel visited our

midst Saturday afternoon and .bore
away the spirit of our friend and

neighbor, Mrs. J. F. Bruton. (Mrs.

Brut on had been sick for three

weeks but not considered dangerous

until Thursday night. She was sur-

Tounded hy loving relatives and

f-iends and the best 'medical aid and

all was done for her that lovins:

hands could do but her work on

earth iwas ended and God took her
home to live where there is no sor

row or pain. She was a noble Chris Christian
tian Christian woman and a member of the

Baptist church here. She was laid

to rest in the Micanopy cemetery
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
Rev. Entzmlnger officiating. The
large concourse of people who fol followed
lowed followed sorrowfully to the grave and
the beautiful and numerous floral
offerings show the Jove and esteem
the entire community felt for her.
Our deepest sympathy is extended to
the .bereaved ones.

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BLITCIITON

Blitchton, (Nov. 1 8. Mr B. R.

Blitch is grinding cane this week

Mr. Poland Wilkinson, of Saint

Petersburg, is the guest of CMr. Ban-

dis Blitch. :

Mrs. (Maude iHorne and children

and (Mrs. Lizzie Edwards, of Ocala,
were 'the guests of Br. and. IMrs. S.
II. Blitch and IMr. and Mrs. -B. R.
Blitch Saturday.
Mrs. B. A. 'Hammonds is on the
sick. list. r
tMr. "Lealand Akin returned to Bun Bun-nellon
nellon Bun-nellon Sunday after several weeks
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and iMiss Legie Blitch .motored to
Williston (Mondaj-.
Mr. Goree Blitch spent Tuesday
lii Ocala. -v
Br. Blitch leaves the last of the
veek for several days on the 'East
Coast. .
Mr. and, Mrs. B. C. Blitch spent
Sunday at Pleasant Hill.

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Carrying out the idea oT bric!rto tlu ;;:
means of reducing the hih cost o.f livinrj.

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and. failing to get first or. second prc:ii'j-i,

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rion Height-. Remember, I am givkr; frcf3, cne
lot to the purchasers of these lots. This contest
ber 1st, 1014. Judges, -will bo nimel Ixizv.

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board paper, 5 end 10 cent loaves. If

a sufferer, from dyspepsia,
Carter's Bakery. 17-tf

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try this.

ECONOMIZE ON
YOUR GROCERIES
By trading with the Ocala
Cash Grocery Company.
Every package guaranteed
FULL WEIGHT.
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Boarding School for Boys 'Chartered Jnne C, IG39
CLASSICAL MID GOLlLlEHGlk 00UHc;IS

3 Lbs. Best llice ...... V. :
1 Lb. Bliss' Coffee .
Pint Good Florida Syrup .
Irish Potatoes, peck ......
5 Oallons of Oil
BACOX, per pound ......
Cheese, per pound
Lima Beans, per pound .
Qoart Good Florida Syrup.
Quart Good Vinegar

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EVERYTHING CHEAP FOR
CASH
OCALA GASH GROCERY CD.

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FALL TERH OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Q,K':
SAINT LEO, Pasco; County, FLORIDA

JAIVIES AUSTIN WORT LA WD.
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates. Superintcnuence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
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Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks;
Phone 448 Ocala, Florida

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FOR- M AM E AM

that section of the city known as Wyomina Park,
has been considered att ractive.
For years the people of Ocala held their picnics
there.
For years what is now known as Wyomina-Park
was known as "Caldwell Park." ;
Whoever gave it this name surely knew a park.
The people of Ocala are in vited to continue to en enjoy
joy enjoy tiie beauties of, and to take their walks and
drives through, the old familiar place now made
new. v.'Y"'
On the road to Silver Springs.
"A short way out and right at Lover's Lane."
REAL ESTATE

Holder Building,
Telephone 228.

Postoffice llox 173,
Ocala,. Fla.

AMERICAN AltMY Haw what it should be to meet a ser-
SHOULD UK IXCHKASKU, ious attack."
' General .WotherspKn's Conclusions5
Maj.-Gen. .Wotherspoon ay Itj Outlining his view of the army's
Should Consist of at Least j first line requirements, General
205,000 31 en j Wotherspoon said:
"Careful consideration or our
Washington, Nov. 20. Declaring neeAs would indicate the advisability

it would be impossible to defend the and necessity lor having' at all times

I Panama canal and American terri- available at home, and in addition to

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j el, Major-General-Wotherspoon, ;. re- drained and I thoroughly equipped
! -tired, chief of -staff, ah his report u-J fitting men, with adequate supplies
f dav re-nmmpn. thf. inw n.f iwolfc-r the .-operation of this force for a

regular army- to a strength of 203,-1 Iri3. of at least six months. This
0 0 0 enlist ed men. Me proposed that is a c512 usdcn thai'; seems" to have
Uhis force be augmented through a I been reached by all those 'ho have

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system; of reserves until there was
created a mobile strength of 500,000
nst line troops equipped for a six
months campaign. :
General Wotherspoon said there
was need for more troop3 to protect
rear approaches to iA.meric.aji coast
defenses and these points not cover covered
ed covered by fortressesv and urged that the
organized militia be developed to a
strength of 300,000 men.
"It is manifest," General Wother Wotherspoon
spoon Wotherspoon asserted, "that the great wa waterways
terways waterways of the Panama canal can

not he protected against the' opera-land create the reserve. The enlisted

given careful consideration of this

question. Jt is also agreed that we
should have as a second line a (thor (thoroughly
oughly (thoroughly equipped and. trained force-of
organized .militia of not les3 .than
30,0 00 -men properly, proportioned as
to its staff and several arms, -with
stores and supplies necessary for its
operation in the field for a like per per-iodV'
iodV' per-iodV' Plan to Increase Army Strength
General Wotherspoon outlined the
plan through which he would" dou

ble the strength of the regular army

tions of a first-class military power
by the present or proposed garrison
we contemplate placing there, (With (Without
out (Without the power and ability to rein reinforce
force reinforce it rapidly from the United
States..; f 1
"That an effective defense against

1 an enterprising enemy in the Philip

pines could he 'made with a deficiency
of 33 per cent of the manning de details
tails details of the coast defenses of Manila
and Subig hay, and with a mobile
force of a little over 7,000 American

men iwou Id serve a short time -with

the colors vnd then pass Into the re reserves
serves reserves for a period of five years or
more being at all times under obliga obligations
tions obligations to respond in case of national
need.
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"the adoption of a short term of en enlistment
listment enlistment say three years for the
passage of .men thoroughly trained
in the school of the Tegular or stand standing
ing standing army into the reserves, and that
men so trailed should not he held in

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G.000 Philippine scouts, is 'manifest- than five years, it would appear that
ly Impossible; that we can retain J the size of the regular or standing

our valuable territory of Alaska in
its isolated position against an i en enemy
emy enemy with any military power 'by plac placing
ing placing there a garrison of less than 500
men, verges on the ridiculous unless
we have an ample force at home to
occupy that territory in. the very
earliest stages of an impending con conflict.
flict. conflict. As regards the Hawaiian is

lands, all military peissons will rec recognize
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we discharge yearly that increment
below the grade of sergeant, which
had completed its three years train training,
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rate of 55,000 each year."
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that the proposed system would be
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officers and men would Veceive pay
only, during their active service and
on .being called 1o .the colors. He
said he saw no reason why the same
principles as to reserves should not
he applied 1o the organized militia.
In that case, however, he says:
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there be a material change in the
laws governing the "Organized militia
which will hring ahout a general
greater reliance upon and an increas increased
ed increased control hv the general govern government,
ment, government, that branch of our military es establishment
tablishment establishment cannot he regarded and
depended upon as a Tellable force."

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catsuR. ?Mrs. P. H. Gillen. 4-tf
FOR TtEXT A furnished room
for two gentlemen or married cou couple;
ple; couple; electric lights, bath, etc.;
rates reasonable. Apply at 303 N.
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WANTED Three unfurnished rooms
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$3.50. 203 Watuia street. Phone
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FOR RE-XT Hooms for light house housekeeping,
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THE OCAIA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1014.

COROrS BIG HEART.

An Incident Illustrating the Great
Artist's Generosity.
Corot. the great I-'rem-b landscape
.artist., was a man of Ibe temperament
traditionally associated with jjeuius
irritable, impetuous, careless, gener generous
ous generous and lovable. M. Albert I)ubuisson.
whose father was-the groat painter
friend, has published some Interest

reminiscences of blui in the Studior O Tf- J"Lst "moch you can spend
L . .. . ..ithat week.

wmcu ue ieis or a-uay- ue spent wuu i
the artist in his studio, when a knock
at the door the last 'straw after sev several
eral several really annoying interruptions
caused Corot to tiiug the door open,
abruptly with flushed face and fire fn
bis eye.
"What is it 'now? Come in.' Who
are you? What do you come and dis disturb
turb disturb me for? be demanded angrily.
The caller much "disconcerted, stam stammered
mered stammered his explanation:'
"I came. M. Corot I -it's tibout an
accident. A workman engaged on the
the building has had a fall. His
condition is- very grave. They have
just taken him off to the hospital. We
know the poor chap. He's a workman
who leaves a wife and four children
We are getting up a subscription
among the lodgers in ihe building for
the family. 1 thought you would per
baps like to Join iw
Corot's expressive countenance show
ed clearly his quick regret for bis
roughness to the messenger and his
deepening sympathy for the Injured
: man. He made prompt amends.
"The poor fellow!" he exclaimed.
"The unfortunate family a wife and
four children! We must do everything
that is possible to help them. Now
how can 1 be of use to you I who
only know how to amuse myself with
painting trees and streams? They
must be assured food and shelter, and
they'll need money. Here! You see
that little bureau? Do you mind going
to,ttae firSt drawer? Good! Now take
out what you think necessary, and I
bg you not to use too much discre discretion.
tion. discretion. My back is turned, and I won't
look. You can't think bow glad 1 am
to be allowed to share in your kind
efforts on their behalf."
.Obeying these directions, the visitor
opened the drawer and paused thun thunderstruck,
derstruck, thunderstruck, for it was full of gold and
bills, tossed in belter skelter as the art artist
ist artist had received them. With some 'em 'embarrassment,
barrassment, 'embarrassment, while Corot worked away
bftssily at his easel, the visitor helped
. himself to as large a sum as his con conscience
science conscience permitted him to take, mur murmured
mured murmured his thanks and departed. Corot
never inquired what he had taken or
looked to see. although, indeed. be
. would not have known if he had.
REPAID THE FAVOR.
Grant Did Not Forget the Man Who
Did Him a Good Turn.
"General GranYs most pronounced
characteristic, perhaps, was his re-.
ward of the friends who had stood by
him in his early days.' said Colonel S
A. Holmes of St. Louis. "While Grant
was doing the best he could after be
had quit the army and. was down and
out be wanted to get the job of county
surveyor of SL Louis; county. This
job was in the keeping of the three
county judges, and Grant could get
only one of them to vote for him. so
he didn't get the place.
"After tbi? war. when Grant was
serving bis tirst term as president, a
delegation of Missourians visited the
White Ilouse to urge the appointment
of a St. Louis man for collector of in internal
ternal internal revenue, the most lucrative po position
sition position In the state. Grant listened to
the arguments and looked over the
petition presented. Then he scratched
his head and remarked:
"Isn't there an old fellow out there
of the name of Long, who used to be
a judge of the county court?
"Nobody in the delegation could re recall
call recall Long, but Grant told them to go
back and find out Some time later
be was told that .ludge Long was still
living in the county, but was not con conspicuous.
spicuous. conspicuous. 'Get up a petition for him. advised
the president, 'and I will appoint him
internal revenue collector
"The friends of Lone lost no time in
The Best Prices on
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with E. C Jordan & Co.
ST. GEORGE HOTEL & CAFE
First class accommodations for
colored. 210 South iMagnolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and night.
. .31. F. AVILXIAMS, Proprietor
OJd shoes made nevr; sewing your
soles on a specialty. Taylor's Re Repair
pair Repair Shop,, k IT. CT. Magnolia street.

presenting the requested petition, and
the old Jndge was appointed.
'Grant bad never forgotten the favor
done him when be was less prosper prosperous.
ous. prosperous. Washington Post.

Rules For Saving.
Pay cash for everything.
Do your own buying acd marketing
Be careful la your selection of food.
Study out. at the beginning of the
Manage your own household: do not
leave if towrvants.
Figure out a system of utilizing all
materials. Kven the left overs from n
meal can be made into something the
next day.
Do not regard the system of economy
as a burden, but as a pleasure and a
duty. Chicago News.
Buds In Ft e serve.
When a large branch of artree is cut
off small brauches will frequently shoot
out round the stump. These branches
are from reserve buds, of which all
trees have a great number at every
portion of their surface. Under ordi ordinary
nary ordinary circumstances these never come
to maturity, but when the tree is
wounded or cut off or loses Cbme of its
branches the reserve buds at once
come into play and renew the foliage.
Women's Capea.
Cape of Good Hope--Sweet sixteen.
Cape Flattery Twenty.
Cape Lookout Twenty-five.
Cape Fear Thirty.
Cape Farewell Forty. Ladies Home
Journal.
HOWS Tins?
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh- 'that
cannot toe cured by Hall s Catarrn
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
nancially able to carry out any obli
gations made by 'his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio
Hairs catarrh uure is -taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
B3Tstem. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per :bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family
Pills', for constipation. ad
London's Old Cathedral.
St. Paul's cathedral of London has
had a strauge association with tire.
The tirst edifice on the present site was
erected In G10 by Ethelbert. king of
Kent, but in 1087 this was destroyed
by-fire. Finally In 1GGG. when the great
fire devastated most of London. St.
Paul's was wrecked, this being its fifth
fire, In 1075 the present church was
built by Charles II. at a cost of more
than $7,500,000. i
"Corpse Coins."
'Corpse coins" are. treasured in the
north of England. They are the coins
that have lain over the eyes of tbeir
dead. By this means infection has
been spread, but superstition causes
the custom to continue. A poor collier
or peasant would never think of doing
anything important unless he had on
his person. coins that have been upon
the 'eyes of his dead relatives. West Westminster
minster Westminster Gazette. 1
Egotistical.
"You sometimes disagree with these
scientific experts?"
"Not at all." replied the serene ego:
tist. "Notwithstanding the fact that i
have thought a matter out to a sound
conclusion they frequently Insist on
disagreeing with me." Washington
Star.
Coming Across.
Hampton Dinwiddow told me his
family is a very old one. They were
one of the first to come across.
Rhodes Not at the grocer's. Judge.
Honors come by diligence, richer
spring from economy.Da vis.
BEST COUGH MEDICTXE
CHILDREN
FOR
"Three years ago when I-was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon the advice of a drns drns-arist,
arist, drns-arist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy me 1 it bene benefited
fited benefited him at once. I find i; the best
couarh medicine for child re:i because
it i2 pleasant to take. -They do not
object taking it," writes O.Irs. Lar
fayette Tuck, Homer City, Pc. This
remedy contains' no opium,' and. may
be given a child as confidrr-Mv as to
jo.: zilvM. Sold by all dealers. ai
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
We will give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug
gists. 11-6.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is herehy given to all credl
tors, 'legatees, distributees, and all
other -persons 'having claims or de
mands against the estate of Priscllla
Cody, deceased, to 'present the same
duly proven to the undersigned with
in 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
Prisdlla Cody, deceased. 10-28-wed
Pennans and -pillow tops, latest
styles, at KREGER'S.

WEIRSDALE

tWeirsdale, Nov. 1 8. iMrs." James
Fife and, children traded in Ocala
Thursday.
.Mr. J. .R. Hontgomery, wife and
two little boys, of Bussleville, Ala.,
arriver here Friday. They are to
live in our midst and will reside on
the DuPree place, northeast of town.
It is nice they can live so close to
Mr. .McXott as. they are related.
Grandma Ward, of North QIarion
is making an extended visit with
fMr. and Mrs. di. Rost.
Miss Harriett iSlmpson and Urs. ;
Henry Jtast 'who represented the lo local
cal local W. C. T. U. in thcV convention at
Jacksonville, returned the middle of
thewek. They bad a very pleasant
and profitable meeting.
Our agent, Mr. 'It. IL Gano, was
married in the First Presbyterian
church of Jacksonville, by the pas pastor,
tor, pastor, Dr. French, to JMiss Theo. Van
Zandt, of Plainfield, XV. J., Monday
November the 9th. The .bride and
g-oom, her mother and sister arrived
here the following day. With the
kindly wishes of all the young coup couple
le couple are nicely domiciled in one "of the
Bickley cottages on the lake.'
The groom's mother, Mrs. Gano, of
Mascotte visited them over Sunday,
and his 'brother, Raymond, gave them
a nice reception at Lady Lake on
"Monday.
(Mr. J.. (R.; Montgomery and fami family
ly family were in Candler Monday.
Mr. C. J. MdCraney, who lives east
of town was here iSaturday enroute to
Ocala.
dtev. G. V. lAlbertson, of DeLand,
former pastor here, visited with his
brother, E. C. and family, a day or
so the latter part of the week.
Mr. A. 'A. Bartlett and daughter,
iMrs. Connor, left for .Jacksonville,
Wednesday, of this week to be gone
several days.
"The Sabbath iSchool Institute In
the church Monday and Tuesday con
ducted by Messrs. Green and (Albert-
son, was well attended and proved
v-ery helpful indeed to the local work
ers. Come again. "X-
Let a'l remember the chicken, pie
supper at the church Friday night.
Come if possible.
DON'T DEL-AY TREATING YOUR
COUGH
A slight cous:h often becomes seri serious,
ous, serious, lungs get congested, broncfal
tubes fill with mucous. ;' Your vitali vitality
ty vitality Is reduced. ; You need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. -., It soothes your
irritated air passages, loosens mu mucous
cous mucous and makes your systei resist
colds. Give the. baby -and J-Udreft
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to help them. Only 25c at
your druggist. tu-thr-f ri-wkly
Daily Thought.
Give us, oh, give us, the man who
sings at his work. He does more in
the same time he will do it better
he will persevere longer -Thomas
Carlyle :.
TRY TH IS FOR YOUR COUGl I
Thousands of people keep cough
ing 'because unable to get the right
remedy. Coughs are caused by in inflammation
flammation inflammation of throat and .bronchial
tubes. What you need is to soothe
this inflammation. Take Dr. King's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del
icate mucous lining, raises the
phlegm and quickly relieves the con
gested membranes. Get a oO cent
bottle from your druggist. "Dr.
King's iNew iDiscovery quickly and
completely stopped my cough,"
writes J. IR. Wiatts, F7.oydale, Texas.
Money tback if not satisfied, but it
nearly always helps. tu-thr-f ri-wk.
Queerest Word in Language.
Pocket-handkerchief is the queerest
word in the language- At first it was
kerchief (cotivre-chef), a covering for
the head; then it becanrerhandkerchief,.
a covering for the head carried in the
hand, and at last pocket-handkerchief.
a covering for the head held In the
hand and kept in the pocket.
Court Pharmacy by competent dru g-
gists and with absolutely S fresh
drugs. 2-6t '.
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Muts & Fruits
NOTE THE PRICES
Large Florida Pecans
per pound 20c
Best 'English Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil 'Nuts, best Kb. 1,
per pound ........ 8c
Fresh California Kalsins,
per pound ......... J 5C?
Two pound for. . . -25c
Large Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz. . -20c
Homemade Candy, fresh
every day, per pound 15c
AXJi FRUITS CHEAPER
THAN ELSEWHERE
S. BE&1ETRE
130 N. Mafjnolia St.
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the food you
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need zor
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waste a
healthful living
is con tained in Dr.
Pierce's great book
Dr.
4 V a r.nmrnnn Kni!a
Medical Adviser. It will
' helD you to avoid the mis
takes which lead to the
misery of ill-health. Over
700,000 copies have been sold
at $1.50 each, but you may
obtain a copy of the revised
edition 1003 pages, cloth-
V
bound, illustrated, it
you will send SI one-
cent starop3 to pay
the cost of wrapping
and mailing only. j
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3IAOI1IXE nP AIKTXG
I wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that 1 now have an experience 1
sewing- machine repair man and if
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
Honso or to me personally he will j
call on you and do any needed re-
pairing or regulating on your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter what kind of ; ma machine
chine machine you may have.
Respectfully. B. Goidriian,
11-2-tf Ocala, Fla.
IT RKAhLY DOES IllXIKVE
4 "lUIKUMATTSrit
xBverybody who is -afflicted with
rheumatism in any form should hy
all (means keep a bottle of Sloan's ;
Lfiniment on hand. The minute you
feel a pain or soreness in a joint or
muscle, (bathe it with Sloan's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Do not Tub ill Sloan's pene penetrates
trates penetrates almost immediately right to
the seat of paiL, relieving the hot) hot)-tender,
tender, hot)-tender, swollen ifeeling and making
the part easy and comfortable. Get
a hottle of f Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and have it In
tho house 'against colds, sore and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica arid like ailments. Your
money .back if v not satisfied, but It
does ; give almost instant relief.
Tues Th rs CPri and wkly.
CIT1' TAXES
Thq city tax books nave been opeu
for payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that)
they !be .closed Dec. 1st after which1
a penalty of '10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
W. W. Clyatt,
' City' Tax Collector.
Office In, court house-. 11-6-t
ItEMAIt ICABIvE CUKE OP CKOUl
'Last winter when my little boy
had croup 1,- got him u bottle of
Chamber Iain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly believe it saved his life." wTitss
Mrs. J. B.- Cook, Indiana, Pa. ;- "It
cut the phlegm and relieved his
cousrhinsr snells. I am most grateful
for what this remedy has done fori
him." For sale by all dealers. ad
Clergyman-' and Cobbler.
Of. course, a minister ought to prao
tice all he preaches. ATet the shoema shoemaker
ker shoemaker never, wears all the shoes he
turns out. -Chicago New.
XOTICE OP :2LncTiox
Ocala, Florida, Nov. o, 1914.
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in the undersigned ''as" mayor-of
the ''city of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and existing? under the
laws of the state of Florida, I hereby
proclaim and give notice tliat a muni municipal
cipal municipal election for the city of Ocala Is
hereby called and will be held in' the
said city of Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the
Slh Day of 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
couneilmen from the second war-d, 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 term of E. E. Robinson; also
one councilman from third ward ; also
two couneilmen from fourth "ward, to-
j wit: one to serve as regular council
man irom saia ward and one to nil .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. H. Spencer, inspectors, and
J. W. Kea, clerk.
- Ward No. Two: C. H. Mathews. Isaac
Stevens, C. M. Livingston, 'nspectors,
and II. If. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: L. Warner, I
Hurst. A. D. Fausett, inspectors, and J.
E. Bailey, clerk.
Ward Jo. Four: E. W. Kraybill, I. W.
Ogle. W II. McConn, inspectors, and
A. V. St run k, clerk.
(Seal) J. T. ROBERTSON,
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Atte?t: H. C. SISTRUNK.
City Clerk. 11-6-fri

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thin and every ortran of th3
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aid at this' stae r.iorc carious

foilow. JNow is the time to help your weakened ctcmacli
now is the time to take

power to set you right as it has been
other cases. It will help your

u eat will nourish and sustain you and malic rcod

blood. It will enable you to get

sluggish liver and irregular boweb have

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Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery i3 ccmpcced

ox Lrown nauve beal in g remedial roots andhcn3 with
no alcohol to do you harm, with no narcotic
druss, to give you harmful habits. It haa

been Rn l fnr- fnrtv. vsr in mt.l
xorm always giving satisfaction.
It can now be obtained in tablet
cr liquid form from dealers
jut iiifcuicinea or wiui j
One-cent stamps for
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COOK, CAJtVK AND COXSUMK
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We will thank you. Our drivers will thuuk you.
And if the teams couid talk they would thank you, too for hclr-i:
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of t he week, which Is a dny of
rest. fev nearly everjijody but this ice man of yours.
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First consideration and especial attention -given to small tracts.

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some price regardless of cost. So we are going
to offer for the next thirty days our entire stoclt
of five car loads of

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low manufacturers cost. Buggies

grade FULLY GUARANTEED, adS NOW

time for you to buy a buggy for a little

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the cream of the lot. They 'must -be1 sold at' some
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Tom. Say, have you visited the Ocala Bar Bar-gain
gain Bar-gain House yet?

Jack. No; who runs it?

Tom. A citizen named GOLDMAN.

Jack. A MAN who is after the GOLD, eh?

Tom. -.Ha! Ha! That's pretty good, but,
Gee-OLD-MAN, if you saw the bar bar-gains
gains bar-gains he offers you would say that
GOLD ought to follow tb e MAN instead
of the MAN being after the GOLD.

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Thore Used to Be Exciting Times
on the Santa Fe Trail.
TRICKERY OF THE REDSKINS.

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"For results put your Advertisement in the Star

They Employed Al! Soru cf' Ruses to
Plunder the Caravans and Murder the
Whites A Dit of Treachery and a
Cattle With the Troopers.
A&the ovfcrland trade between the
American settlements in Missouri and
tire Mexican pueblos in New Mexico in increased
creased increased in value folio wins the opening
of the Santa Fe trail the greater ne necessity
cessity necessity of adequate protection for the
traders and their stocks was met by
both the United States and Mexican

governments furnishing military con convoys.
voys. convoys. The troops acted in a capacity
not unlike that of warships, guarding
merchant vessels from piratical at attacks,
tacks, attacks, for no pirates were more per persistent
sistent persistent or bothersome than 'the sav savages
ages savages of the plains.
The caravans usually left Franklin
and later Independence and Westport
in the spring. United States troops
would accompany them to the caches
on the Arkansas river; then Mexican
troops would guard them to Taos, and
sometimes even to. Santa Fe. Tb re return
turn return trip later, in the summer was
similarly protected. Sometimes two.
trips each way would be made in a
year.
The presence of troops usually kept
the Indians from making a direct as assault
sault assault on the trains. Even In his brav bravest
est bravest moments an Indian has small rel relish
ish relish of a fight on anything like equal
terms; consequently the savages devel
oped their aptitude for treachery and
deceit
Every sort of ruse their fertile brains
could devise was used to separate the
various divisions of a train or lure a
small part away from the main con convoy,
voy, convoy, where it could be plundered and
the whites murdered without serious
danger to the attackers.
A favorite plan and one which many
times hoodwinked large parties Into
suffering some loss was for, a small
party of Indians to appear at the camp"
with protestations of peace. For dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic reasons the reds would be hos
pitably received and their request to
eat and sleep in the camp oftentimes
granted. That night the small party
of Indians would attempt to stampede
the live stock of the train. If success successful
ful successful a large force of savages would be
concealed near by to aid.
Some ruses were far cleverer than
that. One which completely fooled a
Mexican officer and came near being
the cause of his death was believed by
the traders to deserve the palm. That
officer. Colonel Viscarro, with 100
trooDers. wa3 escorting an American

wagon tram t&rougn tne foothiRs of
whatsis now southern Colorado when
a party of Indian? appeared and asked
for a parley.
The American traders refused the re request
quest request The Indians withdrew and held
a consultation. When the convoy
reached the Cimarron river the sav savages
ages savages appeared arain. One rode for forward
ward forward with an arrow tied transversely
across the shaft of a s pearl a symbol
of the cross. Vlscarro was a Catholic
and ; honored this novel "banner. He
rode out and spoke to the brave.
"If the Americans will move aside
to some dista m-e we will lay down our
arms and surrender." the Indian sa'X
"Certainly, red brother, the colonel

replied, He ordered the wagons to re retire
tire retire beyond a ridge. Hardily had they
disappeared when a large force cf
Indians rose from concealment behind
the sand duues and poured a destrce
tive fire into the Mexican raz&s. Only
the heroism of a Pueblo Indian csiia
with the troops saved the colonel from
death. lie heard oae of the Comanchcs
yell. "Now -for the chief!" which was
the signal for the treachery to begin.
The Pueblo jumped in. front of his
colonel and received a charga of shot
aimed at the officer.
The firing was heard by tho Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, who returned to the troops. They
rode swiftly to the fiank3 of the at attacking
tacking attacking Indians and charged." Caught
between two, fires, the savages soon
scattered in flight, but not until they
had been handled severely In a hand
to hand encounter, where clubbed riSe3
and tomahawks played a part. Colonel
Viscarro was profuse in his thanks to
the Americans Kansas, City Times.
Orders taken for engraved Indi Individual
vidual Individual Christmas cards at The Glur-

riARio:r-DUNN ::aco:tio lovg:-

: Marion-Dunn IxxSjo t7o. 10, I. d
A. M.f meets on.' tho first and itlrJ
Thursday evenings of each mcutli rt
7:00 o'clccl:, until further tvA:

Baxter,' Cam, Y CL

'Jake Brown, E

ccrctary.

ORDER 0IEACTi;i;S LTl

ray Company.

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Uercbanls fi Hliners Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP LKJES
JACKSONVILLE
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' Ocala Chcptr-r, "o. 2D, O. ;:.
meets at Yonge's hall the second a
fourth; Thursday "evenings of -cs,
month nt 730 o'ciccl:.
Zlrz. Florz Bro-.n, V,
' Miss FJorrle Condon, Secy.

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NEW YORE

BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low jpres. Bes.
rervicfe. Wirelc3s telegraph -on ali
steamers. Through fares and tiefcef?
o all Northern "and Westers points
Vutoroobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. AVERY.' Agent,
" Jacliconviile, Fla.

Tulula Lo.to No. 22. I. O. O. I
mect3 in i'eno's JIall every T:: c. c.-evening
evening c.-evening at'S oc!cjc. A vc.r,.:i

"W. L. Colbert, Cocrctary.
' Concordia iiODcn r. u. o: ;l
- Concordia .Loce, rratcrni; U:;k;;
of America, meets In Yonsa'a Hall
on tho second Thursday c veils:'; c
each month. Geo. L, Taylor. l 11.
Chas. K. Zzzq, Secretary. Ad-

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Ocala Lodge Xo; 10. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. in., ct
Castle Handover tho 'Jaes CzillzV
drugstore. A cordial "vcIcoeio to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Vm. Cobcr, C. C.
Chas. K. Sase, II. of R. S. Ad
CIL1ITEU NO. tr,f R.t A. JJ.
Regular convocations cf the Oca!:.
Chapter No. 13, It.. A. "I., on tho
fourth Friday in every month r.t
7:30 p. ro. C.- E. Connor, IL V.
Jake Bron, Secretary,-
OCAIi.1 LODGE KO. S::3f I). I. o. II.
Ocala JLodse No. 236, Benevolent
and Protective Order cf ElL-s..c:cct3
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting brethren-alrays
welcome. Clab hour
opposite pcstoillce, cast ddc.

Darid G. Willi ms.

L. V7. Harley, Secretary.

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Ocala Led are No. uyy. L o '-?r..

meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "a.

visiung orctnern always v.ciccrao
the lodge and tclub houcc on ;ias ;ias-nolia
nolia ;ias-nolia street, near postofHc-?.
. D. Rooney, Dictatcr.-
WOOIKMEX OF THE WOULTJ

,Fo-t kick Camp No. 11 ir.cci::
the :-v. of P. Hall,, at S p. tu. cv-rr

eeccn4 as5 fourth, Friday. Yi.r.rr:
sovqreins are always avelcr:!.
F. J. (Burden, C. C.
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TUB OCALA EVENING STAR : FRIDAY W'raiBJiat 20. : 1314.
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OCALA OCCURRENCES

The Court Pharmacy and Troxler's
are serving hot drinks.

The (Murray Company is display displaying
ing displaying same of its holiday oods. 19-Zt
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Ir. Vv. W. Hilea visited the
Uainesrillo fair yesterday.

Music, all kinds, at The Murray
Company. 19-3t

CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
K REG ER'S.i "L.V.,',r.I

The county
and the sheri

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V Itself.

, the county clerk

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WEATHER REPORT

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'HtNov. 13.

See the beautiful Japanese china
at The Murray Company, 3 9-3t

The street committee is oiling Ex Exposition
position Exposition street from the bricks west
and that territory smells like a
Pennsylvania oil field.

The iMarion County Democratic
Club had a well attended meeting
Wednesday night. All the candidates
having announced, there .was no
work, but the memhers had a good
time and lots of interesting talks.

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.

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Nov. 8.
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Fair tonight and Friday. Light
frost tonight interior jiorth portion.
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, There Is a little .bunch of sports in
Ocala, who keep a few hundred dol dollars
lars dollars in circulation among themselves

thru the medium of poker. Occasion

ally a stranger driftsin and loses

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.enough to Trfaliai for attrition. One
night this week, thvo, a, pilgrim from
. a distant city, whowas passing thru

1n his auto, sat inthe game and trim-

mtd the local talent for two hundrel

Fair rtonight and Saturday. Colder
tonight with a'cold wave in the cen central
tral central portion. Killing frost and freez freezing
ing freezing temperature to about the 27
parallel. lExtreme northwest portion
fair ar,d oontinued cold tonight, with
temperature tbelow freezing; Satur Saturday
day Saturday not quite so cold.

Coming back from the Gainesville
fair last night, Secretary Williams
saw the new moon over his right
shoulder. That is as sure sign iMar iMar-jon
jon iMar-jon and Sumter will have a good fair
Of their own.
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and fifty bucks. He carried the loot

away fwith him, and has quite upse
the equiinirTiim Jn.pporting circles.

I The thermometer registered .35

this .morning, and the mercury may

drop to 25 tomorrow morning, so yoa
had better look out for your water
piper. x .

The first train on the A.'C. L.,came
thru from Palatka today, and Sun Sun-nyjim
nyjim Sun-nyjim -went out on its first run to
Wilcox.

We will have an individual tele telephone
phone telephone at the fair grounds for the
use of the; public, free of charee.
Gerlg's. 11-10
; The statement of the" J position of
candidates in the fourth 'ward as giv given
en given in yesterday's Star was erroneous.
.Messrs. G. A. Carmichael and F. G.
B. Weihe are candidates for the long
tarm; Mr. George Nash for the
.short. , '

Don't carry your lunch to the fair.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
rvill serve you a deliciousdinner or
Uinch right there at very reasonable
prices. 20-2t

Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1

tvitli cash 'purchase of $1 worth of
other groceries, Saturday, and Mon Monday
day Monday only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t
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Mr. E. iH. IMote and his chauffeur
warmed the wind between here and
Lreesburg this morning, making" the
trip in two hours and five minutes.

. Ice' formed in many places this
morning.

Mr. and (Mrs. C. J. Rogero came in
!rom Gainesville today in that fast fast-mo
mo fast-mo vii'g, warm-looking car of theirs'.

. The county judge, has' issued-mar-riage
licenses to Charles Barthlow
3rd Miss Blanche Cowaft of Fort 'Mc 'McCoy,.
Coy,. 'McCoy,. James iM. Remington and iMiss
Jcsle iMae iRedding of : Summerfieli
and B. B. Whitman and Jliss Mae L.
Sellars.; .. ; ; ''

Hot drinks of
Conrt Pharmacy.

all kinds at the
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CITIZENS WILIi MEET

CRYSTAL SPRINGS VISITORS

'Following are the members of the

committee with automobiles appoint

ed to meet the Crystal Springs dele delegation
gation delegation to the convention of the mar marketing
keting marketing 'bureau in Ocala on the 25th
inst., namely: Z. C. Chambliss, T. T.
Munroe, Jake Brown, J3. W. Davis,
John R. .Martin, Tompkins & Cobb.
George Rentz, J. 1. JMeffert, B. F.
Condon, John Taylor, Knight & Lang
Ed. Carmichael, George MacKay.

.Mr. Tom ODekle of Tampa, formerly
of thl3 city, is in the city visiting his
three. brothers, he Messrs. Dekle of
Ocala. 1

Mr. D. sE. tMcIver rwas In Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville yesterday : vii ting the Alachua
fair. ' :' ,';: --

There wili be a meeting of the
Boy's Club Saturday, 4 p. m., at' .the

high school dormitorj'.. Every mem

ber is urged to be preseht.

Qlr. J. D. Rooney, secretary of the
(Marion County Board of Trade and
Dr. i'R. T. 'Weaver, chairman of the

finance committee of the Florida 'Veg 'Vegetable
etable 'Vegetable 'Marketing Bureau, are in

Lakeland today. ;

KILLED BY Tim TIL1IN

iDolly WTatson, a colot-ed woman;
who was said to have been 100-years

of age, and very deaf was instantly
Tcilled by the northbound limited on

the Seaboard near Bushnell yester

day afternoon. The old woman was

walking on the track and did not

hear the train and -when the .en

gineer realized that she would not

get off the track .it' was too late to

stop. She "wras not mutilated tout
knocked from the track 'by the en

gine.

A NEAT COLORED NEWSPAPER

. Rev. L. A. James and Ms associates

have begun the publication ;in Ocala

of a neat, all-home print ; weekly
newspaper, called the (Florida IMes--senger.
It is "filled-with local news

and advertisements of the colored
people and their business enterprises
and the men back of it say they will
make it a permanent thing and that
it will grow in size and .circulation
very rapidly.- -The initial number is
1,000 copies.

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, ,.Pennans and -pillow tops; latest1

styles," at KREQER'S.

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With a back that aches all day, :
' With rest disturbed' ai .night
Annoying urinary disorders"

lis a weary way lnaeeu. i

poan's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney Vtrouble; -f:' ; ;

Are pndorsed by Ocala citizens.

C. French, carpenter,; 103, W.
Sanchez .t.r Ocala, says: Doan's
Kidney. P.ills did me more good than
anything7 elese I s ever used. I had

been having attacks of 'backache and

trouble with my f kidneys for some

time. It made me feel 'miserable and

run down, in health. As soon as 3 J

lief and I have relied oh the remedy

ever since. I have many times redom

mended Doan's Kidney Pills to those

rnmnlnftilnsr of their kidnevs."

Prioe 50c. at all dealers. Don't I C

simply ask for a kidney remedy

get .Doan's Kidney Pills the same

that Mr. French had.; Foster Milburn

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We .Will Put on the First Genuine GUI! TTJSZ-Ever Put
on in Marion : County. This is : a special Purchase or

fflffiMesE, fmm tm ops

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All colors;, and a good many of the same goods that v. e
have been selling at $2.50 per jyard. For ONE

WEEK ONLY we" offer these, goods ;

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Don't fail to take advapt nn of this opportunity, as a
chance of this kind may again present itself. The
quantities are limited while the qualities are very rare)
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We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King Avenue,

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Better see us

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W also have one or two other small propositions in the office which are
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or write.

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We always have, on hand a fresh

Ad7 J supply of the famous Xorris candies.

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OL'It AMMUNITION IS IIEL1A1ILY LOADED; IF YOU CAN
DEFEND UPON THE PROPER A. MOUNTS OF lOW DEJ1 AND
SHOT DEINCi. USED.
KELIA IJLE DEALING HAS NOT ONLY MADE OUR AMMU-

g NITION IJUSINESS 1UG BUT HAS MADE OUR STORE GROW IN
O EY1HIY DEPARTMENT.

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RfifflVo.nhir fllTlTrn3FSrgonf specialist Eye, Ear, Nose

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Durlmr several weeks of expectancy j V.

there is a splendid external embrocation Ocala, Fla. ?

In nut lint hor o I

Friend'

in which

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stretchins pains that are so much talked

about This safe c--sternal application is
gently used over the, sliln to render it
amenable to the natural stretching which
it undergoes. The mvriad of nerve

threa-ls just beneath the skin is thus

renevea. of linneeessary pain-prolucing
causes and creat nhvsical relief Is the

result as exnrt?s?d ly a host of happy
mothers w!;o wr'te frrrn experience.
It is a subject thut. all women should
be familiar with as ".Mother's Friend"
has Won in use many years, and is recom recommended
mended recommended by prandmothpra who- in their ear earlier
lier earlier days learned u r !y upon tills splendid
aid to romcn.
You can obtain "Mother's Friend" at
almost any drug store. Get a bottle
to-day and then write for our little book
so useful to expectant mothers.
Address Bradfield Regrulater Co., 212
Lamar Elds., Atlanta, Ga.

PHONE 503 j
For Good Wood
J5IG Load for CI.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention-:

DIXUD .YIaYJOJV. 'DIXIE MMITKD" L.'lINOLU LIMIT:
"SOUTTI ATLANTIC LIMITED ; "MONTGOMEllY IlOUTi:"
Pullman cars from Chicago, S. J-ouis; Indianapolis. Louisville

dining and oi;si:rVATio:; car:;

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, -STANDARD RAILROAD OF TIII1 GOUXII
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,. J. G klltkLAXD, D. P. A.,

,138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.

Ilillsbbro Hotel, Tampa, Ha

At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

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Welver- i MacHay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMED
fine Czskels and Oarial Oobes
O. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
ill Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmeis
balmeis Em-balmeis and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER ....104
C. V. ROBERTS .305
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FOR STOVZ, .HSilTER,

OR. FIREPLACji!

Lare LoaHs for Your Money.

CALL TWO! -TWO!! TWO!!!

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