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

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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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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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upon, fthe' Austro-

Guru ar; iirraku; aJong the Czestocho-
, (Wii-ra-f-je ine,; tlie Russians captur captured
ed captured many triMiCHs. The southern
iRtissi a.r. nritiK 1 keeping ..-pa ce 'with
fhd rit y that -foriied the Germans to
rire?it- froni a jine norto west. 6E
Ixsdz; JTfce e-intral army ha pierced
thj .'(!!( man jlinrs' effecting a junc junc-tue
tue junc-tue yi'li th! fscuJhern amy, alon?
thi? lino '..Tunaiing iiorthward nhrough
t Pis sk5 ; rrxtli5 of Lidz. ; ;
. kJit:,i;k3 sla-jghlered a lai j;e force
1 of Gerr.aTt iiifantrr in the' ? swamp
. noi thl i Lolt," ivlio refused r to sur--reneri
trierco lijliting is reported
on the plains, of ;Leczyca, jr'est; of
'Doviici. Thi Germans aro slowly
yiellin:; i7ltt.. the 'terrific slsiiig-hter.

A of tovais nave been -lisstroy

' ed 'by liTJill-ery re

ford neifers, and two Shorthorn
nulls ; "; t--. V;-'. .-
Mr. iFranlc B. Tu rner, Ocala, sev seven
en seven entries of gradti shorthorn esf
cattle: : '.)- Ji.:f:-
IMr. S. T. Sistrun.k, Ocala ('Arden
Farms at Silver Springs) eleven nea4
pure bred Aberdeen Angus. Theso
are all coal black ar d in the pink of
condition tho they rvere taken rdght
from the pasture arid brought to the
fair, without any preparation.
All the cattle shown are dn gocl
condition and ..show that the (Marion
and Sumter, county farmers are' de devoting
voting devoting their-attention to the raising
Of cattle instead of letting them Talso
.themselves au was done only a few
years ago.
A few noted exhibits in the swine

KINKS' DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK, i and sheep dirisiori are ,thoi,e 1 of

HIE FAIR GROUND

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AND AG RICULTUU A I j IMessrs. Gale & Ridge, Belleview ;

PRO 5 IJCTS KVKK SKEX IX CEX CEX-TRA1
TRA1 CEX-TRA1 FLORIDA.
'Everj I visitor to the fair grounds

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JAUTAXCIXG OX EZERlpI
Pitrcr,rul, .N'ov. f 25. Tn : Rus Russians
sians Russians 6vir:. a.dvs-nciair directW upon
Ezer-fmv ; 1The ,:.Turl:s, defeatii:!,-; are

lleeirg IVcrn the 'vnole front. j, ; v kJ
Fiirhtin is ; de viloping" ihl" the

Blacl; ; S su littoral; near Batoxr. n ac according
cording according t an official statement'.

should

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all meanfi take a

look at
western

;;'ie livt etock pens in; the

rad of file enclosure.
Y'Tho Ifililbit of th-i '-Meffert farms,
lioweli;:ii the largest single displiy.
1 n 1 St a-si' .fourteen diead of Florida
I Used Icirses and m'ales, and a finer
stowing I for the state's ability wt:
Idise dnl t animals v buld foe hard j to
fli td A I thoroug'hbn id Spanish" javrk

exhibito.a by .the CMeffer

Petroirrad, Nov. M25. Thc Am America!
erica! America! omsul a.t Waisaw has'pi otest otest-d
d otest-d tc tli United itates government
against die dropping: of oombi .by a.
German Kejjpelln nef.r the cott.ulate
in the Polish capital V

Ir.nlso .bjln;

iirms. : .

The iKwell & Chambliss Farms;
Lowell, t we -a splendid exhibit iJ'
e'.j'Cht hecll of horsei- and mules i'

a few months to. 'for'

F0IEIIJ01!. FEAR:
1(I?LE1 lAOATiCS

CRUSADE AGAIXST CHRISTIANS
MAY OCCUR IX TURKISH
CAPITAL
Odessa, Nov. 2.5. -A letter from
Constantinople states that the mas massacre
sacre massacre of Christians is imminent, and
in the daily rioting foreigners are
threatened. The American ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador has been assured full protection
but is uneasy despite this pledge.
Christian shows at Stamboul have
been' sacked.

all ages 4'rom
y.ur old i.

i Mr.

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hisid of v?5lockj raised' on his farm

AI ITJtK AT BRUNSWICK

Brunswick, Ga., Nov

& Parker, tN. W. Find ley

25.

Con el

and the

Santa Clara Cigar Stores, located in

a three story 'building, were

o u t th is morn i n g..
mated at $20,000.

The loss

burned
is esti-

Taller's bunch of nil e

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Ouk, alsi:' attracts nitiih attention ts
a tierd oil Florida raked animals. r
.Mr. W. X. Knoblocl-; of Olartin ha s
on ; exhibition a hign bred : two-yeai f
old colt, ? jnhich is bejauty. V ?
!Hrs. J ; H. Roller, who 'Jives jus t
south of the city," contributes a nun nun-heiv.of
heiv.of nun-heiv.of iu '.tractive ; stock exhibits,;
among ; thim two hoiises, a grade:!
Jersey, but and a pen of sheep.
iVmongf the cattle exhibits am
sorae of a; pretty herds as one would
find in msay days' travel, and the
real inter; -ting feature of them is
thai they .re all Florida raised. A
few, of the noted exhibits are:
IB. B. Keep of Boardman, register registered
ed registered Jerse3r bull.
"Etdwardi Brothers, Ocala, four
graded- Herefords, two graded Pol Poland
and Poland Angus cows anw two bulls.
Ocala 'Heights Dairy, fifteen head
of standaril bred Jersey cattle of all
ages. I '' v
' (Mr. Frank W. Ditto, registered
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Jersey cow and calf.
The 'Marion Farms have a fine ex

hibit of grade colts from one to twi

years old; five entries
Marion Farms, a full 'blooded reg registered
istered registered Jersey bull.
Mr. A. S.' Johnson, Kendrick, grade
Jtrsej cocv with twin calves, and
grade Jersey bull ten months old.
iMr. -W. M. Gist, of McIntosh, Here-

Jerry Mitchell, Ocala;. the Marion

Farms, Ocala; and Mr. B. E. Jtaysor

Lowell. TQie swine exhibit that at attracts
tracts attracts the 'mo;it attention probably is
that of '.(Mr.' Raysor. 'It consistii of a
sow with fourteen iigs weighing
twenty-five pounds each. They are
a breed known as th) ''Mulefbot".
Iiaying no split in the lnoof. iMr. Ray
sor says thut 'lie fullf helieveH this
is the breed cf hogs lor Florida. He
started on this 'breed two years ago
and now 'has in is ieinnt field3 fa: fa:-t
t fa:-t en-Ins 247 h ?ad.j 1HV -believes that
they are imtiune from cholera as
they have on seyeral occasions (been,
exposed to tt e disease and he'. has
itei'er lost on?.. The sow he has on
exhibition has increas d his 'herd, by
thirty-four ivi thin .the past fifteen
months, whict vMr. Raysor clain::s is a
Tecord breaker. :
7"he 1 i ve s t ck dep; it tm en t is un under
der under the snperrision.oi!iMr. J'araes R.
.Mooreliead, with jMr. 2. G. -.Fraaler; as
chairman of ti e live stock comraitteB
and two -bette r posted or more j will willing
ing willing workers would be hard to find.
Everything in : the department moves
along without a hitoh.r
; The; judges fiave :be:.n at -work tor-
day judging i his exhibit and ihop3
to 'complete the task ,y night.
V Cholera; .Demoiisitration
;i Dr. Babb, who has been in Flori-
; : --: f.. ' -; ,''':''. i : '' ;

; Miami., 'Nov; 25. Adam Boggi,
forty-five years of age, a prominent
lawyer end lis daughter, (Mar jorie,
eighteen yearr. of age, were murder murdered
ed murdered this morning at' their vcountry
home lit Cocoannt Grove.
The home -was (burned. The skulls
of the two victims were crushed and
the b-odies terribly (burned.
' There Is no clue to the criminals.

da for seme months 'from the Unit United
ed United States Agricultural Department,
working with chie 'Florida. experimen experimental
tal experimental E.tatioii iri" Gainesville, is .on the
grounds giving demonstrations and

lectnres on the ( treatment of hog
cholera. He demonstrates the work
of inoculating hegs with a. preventa preventative
tive preventative from .this gnost dreaded disease?,
and his quarters were -crowded.' Jail

day with, farmers, eager., to learn all

they can for the protection of their

herds.

Dr. Bab ts work has- been of mnoh

service to the farmers in certain sec-

tions of the state where the cholera

has broken out .among the herds.
:The pretty booth made and oc occupied
cupied occupied last year by Collier Brothers,

Inthe- machinery building out of (bea-

ver loard, -:yad ojcu pied this year by

the Ciomnjercial 3ank as a rest room

looks as pretty as when it was put
up,- and the. Ccllier Brothers If eel

quite proud of it.

(Mr, Ben Condon,; the Keo man
has inade a line exhibit of auto and

bicycle, sundries In this 'building.

?Mr. J. P. Camjlbell, of Jacksonville

is a busy man at the fair, looking af

ter and talking., to those dnterested

about his .splendid system of over
hear irrigation, tint hasmade the ex

perimental ,rardeii such a success.

The Camp Brothers certainly de deserve
serve deserve credit for ringing 'in so many

or .their fine Jersey cows from .the
Ocala Heights Entry. This exhibit

is a .most creditaole one.

,Mr. S. T Sistrunk, Arden 'Farms,

is w-cill renresened by his herd of

Aberdeenr cows, 'calves and bulls.

These huge,. jet hlack acid very' gen

tie, animahn-hav'j attracted a good

(Concluded on Fifth Page)

announcement'
' .-- ".';...-.?-'. ,. v, : ..-j ; ; : '.v ; 'v -i.--.'"-',' i'.j :
Mr.: O. H. Martin, a write-ap-man for Hearst's Sunday
Atlanta, is in the city and will get out an ATTRACTIIVE

v RITE-UP conbined of the business" interests of 0ala,
OCALA STAR s the medium.. .

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Pari9,'Nov. 25. :It was ofllcially'i

announced at !3 p. -m. today that -the

'if .
German request for an armistice in

the region of Verdun was refused by

the allies. t
French troops have gained ground

between Langemarck and Zonnebeke,

Belgium, in the '-region of'Labassee.
Indian' troops recaptured .; trenchas
previously taken by Germans from
the iNorth Sea to Ypres.,
There nas heen no attack' by Ger German
man German infantry. The allies -"made
gains near Berry, Aubac and in Ar Ar-gonne
gonne Ar-gonne and Tepulsed the German at attack
tack attack northwest of Verdun, where the
German with fearful losses asked for
an armistice. ; j',
The1 (French 'bombardment of Ar-

naVille indicates that the French are

preparing to invest tMetz,,dn an at attempt
tempt attempt to cut; off the German line j of
communication.

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IXVADEHS SLAUGHTERED AND
, nAITURED BY Gi:iblA?T AND
AUSTRIAN ARMIES
Vienna, .Nov. 25.--Energctic light lighting
ing lighting continues in Russian Poland.
The Austrians have captured z6vcr.il
important, positions near Wclbrom
and on both iides of the Pillca rivpr.

jlvumerous prisoners : were, taken.'

Austria now holds 110,000 ,'yrh-oa-.-ers
of war. -'
ADVANCE 3L1DE AT ARRAS

SHEIKS FLY INLAND FROM, I5RIT
ISH SHIPS'

Amsterdam, Nov. 25.-British

warships nre hombarding 'the: Ger

Berlin, Nov. 25.rThe Germans Germans-made
made Germans-made slight progrci-s at Arras: and
repulsed all Jlussian" attacks in East
Prussia. The offensive movement of

the Russians against: the German- in

n;.ans at Heyst, north or Zeebrnggc Vie TCslcr) of iljoiz acionJI
today. The town; was set on vfire.t3 an omcial statement.'. '

Zeebrugge ; and Ixjmbaertzyde have

heen practically destroyed' iby fire
and shells. The Germans have '.been
driven ten miles from the coast.

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CRUSHED RUSSIANS AROUND
THE CARPATHIAN'S

..Budapest, Nov. 25. Tlic eccnd
Russian Invasion of :Ilungary thri
the Carpathian -mountains has been
repulsed. vTIio invaders were draivn
into a trap and It is reported that
tho enemy lost 25,000 killed and

, wounded. Later, the retreating Rus-

1 i f t 1 sians were ccuvrht In n pnnw Ktnrrn

LlUy and thousands were frozen to death.

SHOJS 'LOOTED AND POLICE
DRIVEN OFF THE STRKETS

CENSORSHIP INCREASES
if ITS STRICTNESS

American of
INDEX and
-vising THE

. 'Mr. Martiiu is an expert in the advertising business- and comes highly
endorsed from other cities which he has v.;ited and done like work, and

we heartily recommend him to our business public.

Our paper next wieek will combine this special feature with other
live news, presenting.it in good style.

THE OCALA STAR

Almost Imxssible to Scud News Out
from Italy
Rome, iXov. 25. New and sharper
censorshlo restrictions were rnfors

shooting affrays occurred and the po- ed ber tolay. Similar action iwa?

takim 'by other European countries
just before they -became involved' in
war.

, Mexico City Xov. 25.--(Serious
rioting occurred here last ; night.
Mobs virtually took posivest'ion of the j
cil:y. Stores were Joottxl, numerous'

lioe were disarmed, eesrerely 'beaten ;

and ran off the streets.

BLANCO'S TROOPS YIELD rIX THE
BANDITS

Mexico City, uov. 25. GeneniH
-Blan-co's troops have -vacuate1 the
city, and Zapata's men are ontering.

the capital at several psincs.

SCHOLARS HAD TO SKIP

t

CUT OUT PAPER POLLS

We will give to the ladies and
children a cut out pap er doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Dru-

Stonewall Jackson Invtitiito at Ah-
Jr.ton, Va., Ilnrited t'lls
" 3fomiii; ; : '.:':';
- Abingdon, Va., Nov 25. The
Stonewall Jackson Institute, a Pits--hykrian
school for srirl was burne l
this morning.' A hundred students
wer(3 driven out in the cold in their
night clothes. ;

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FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER a. 1ARSINGT0N IA1

With each Suit or Overeoat Bought of us between this date and Thanksgiving
we will give a ticket for Your Thanksgiving Djnner at the Harrington Hall Hotel.

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THE OCALA iiVKMG SI All, WKDXESIAV, SOW 23. 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IilTTINGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
II R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavcxigood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Oeala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 31

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. $5.00
Six months, In advance. .... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, in advance .50

SUBSCRIPTION I? AXES
(Foreign)

One year- in advance. ..... $8.00
Six months, in advance. 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance .80

Mr. Wilbur MeCoy, chief of the
(industrial department of the Atlantic
Coast Line railway, is among the
visitors to the fair. Dir. iMcCoy in
his department has done a great deal
to bring settlers to the South and
assist the farmers already here. He
keeps a close watch on industrial
conditions thruout not only -t.be' sec sections
tions sections traversed by the Coast Line,
font the country in general, and any anybody
body anybody who calls on him for informa information
tion information will receive it In a solid and re reliable
liable reliable form. Mt. McCoy paid the
Star a visit, and made some inter interesting
esting interesting remarks on matters of vital
interest, die says that -Florida is
standing the "hard times" much. bet better
ter better than some other parts of the
country, and seems to be of the opin opinion
ion opinion hat it all of us could travel in
other states, we would soon realize
how -well off we are. :llr. (McCoy s
Tather conservative on the expected
rush of tourists to 'Florida.'- He
thinks there will be a good many
wiore than usual but doesn't expect
the state to be flooded with them. A
great many of the tourist class went
to Europe last summer, and had to
come home almost penniless, and
they won't he able to go anywhere
until next season. He has reason to
believe, however, that we will fhave
more genuine settlers than ever be before,
fore, before, for the work that has' .been
done in attracting them to (Florida
lc .Vvcrf In or t lioorifmiU ATr T-

-Coy is also rather conservative about

inviting Belgians to this country. He
j5s toward them like he is toward ev-
vTwvrl v aIca will xi,rzl rr m n llniic-

trious people with means enough to

e self-supporting from the start,
"who will come to the south to settle.
"When it comes to able-bodied work

men, we have enough now, and as
long a3 quite a number of our own
people are in need, its not good
policy to bring in any more of that
class ifrom foreign countries. !Mr.
BlcCoy Is much pleased with the
fair and hopes it will grow bigger
-every year.

and Austrians will have to fall hack
to their entrenchments and wait for
the "steam rollers" that the Rus Rus-sians
sians Rus-sians will push toward Berlin and
Vienna w hen the ice breaks.

ONLV A SCRAP OF PAPER

No; this isn't about the (European
war.
Jt is to tell any young man among
our readers that one of the best in investments
vestments investments he can make is to join
some big fraternal order in the days
of his youth.
We will not recommend any one.
The Masons, Odd Fellows and
Knights of Pythias are the greatest,
and several others are good and mod modeled
eled modeled on these three. Altruism is
their great principle; a man joins
one of them, if he is sincere, to help
others. They do not take in the
helpless but when a man needs help,
he always receives it.
A few weeks ago, a young man
from another state was -in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. He was out of work and al almost
most almost out of money. Work was prom promised
ised promised him some hundreds of miles
down in South JFlorida. In order to
.reach it, he .tried to ride '.without
paying on a freight train. (This is
against the law in .Florida. The law
was intended for the shiftless, hut it
catches an honest man sometimes,
dt caught him, and When he reached
Oeala he was placed under arrest.
!He was penniless; his little re remaining
maining remaining funds had gone for a scanty
and needed meal. The only thing of

the fair. iMajor Ellis is one of the
staunch Xriends or the farmers and
is welcomed by them wherever he
goes. A -firm that he represents, the
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., has
just invested $100,000 in Southern
cotton. Major Ellis, like all other
Alachua county men, is saddened by
the untimely death of I. C. Walker,
the Coast "Line special agent, who
was killed near Mayo the other night.
He was an estimable gentleman, and
well liked wherever ;he was known.

BANKS WILL, OBSERVE
THANKSGIVING BAY

NEAJUA READY.. FOR BUSINESS

any value he had
paper.
" lit was a. little
Tather dingy, and

was a scrap of
scrap of paper,
would be of no

value to Rockefeller. But iRocke fel feller
ler feller would have to be esteemed :by his
neighbors to 'have one like it, for it
said the hearer was a member in
good standing of one of the greatest
fraternal orders in (North Aim erica.

(So far this man had appealed to
no one. iHe was trying "to win his
own way. But he had. come to the
place where he could help himself
no longer. He showed, the scrap of
paper to the policeman who had him
in custody, and the official recogniz

ed its virtue at once. die couldn't
set fhis prisoner free, ibut he 'prompt 'promptly
ly 'promptly notified an officer of the order

the grand master of the state, by the

to keep their aged parents from lWav that a brother was In distress.

want. And, tho you search hack tolrm,A rail was uromotlv heeded, and

the mists of antiquity, you can find it wasn't long before the friendless

no record of their. going to war. ex- prisoner had found friends and was
cept in defense of their own homes, free.

Several Christian nations might be Thn a 'message was flashed to his

paganized on the Chinese plan with lodge in a distant city, and

great advantage to humanity in gen-1 so.on tn reply came that what the

A lady missionary, returned from
'China, says thatx unless the Chinese
are Christianized they will paganize
the world. Well, the Chinese have
a good record. They are the most
industrious people on earth, and
they will work themselves to death

The 'Reddick Peanut Products Co,
is rapidly getting its plant ready for
busiaess. The machinery has nearly
all arrived and is now being placed
in position. A six-hp. .Fairbanks .Fairbanks-sMorse
sMorse .Fairbanks-sMorse engine was sent to : Roddick
this morning by Messrs. Knight and
Lang for use in the factory.
As a "pull together" community
when there's anything suggested
that will help everybody, Red dick is
entitled to the (blue ribbon. When
anything is suggested that will 'boost
her enterprises present and future
every man "enthuses" and it isn't
long before theories are manufac manufactured
tured manufactured into facts.
The continuance of such spirit is
bound to bring our neighboring
town the reward she. justly deserves.

Thursday, Nov. 2Cth, being a legal

holiday (Thanksgiving day) the

banks of the city will be closed for

business en that day.
The Commercial Bank.'
The Oeala National Bank.

- The Munroe & Ghambiiss National
Bank. ;

COB. ROGERS CONDITION

SOME OOOD IIOIE PRODUCT

iMr. W. H. Marsh is handling and
serving to his customers now some as
fine 'Florida beef as one. could wish
for. SHe uses four of these beeves
per week, and they average dress dressed
ed dressed net 400 pounds" each, and last
week he had two' that dressed over
1000 pounds hetwen them. The beef
is hutchered 'by iMr. 'Rubin Redding,
8 miles south of town and comes right
off the range. One of .the huge

rounds lying on his carving block last
night was as large and as fine as any
western quarter and was covered
with fat. (Mr. Redding has enough of

Postmaster Rogers, the Star re

gret s to say con t i n u es il 1 but h e
spent a fairly good night and is

somewhat better this morning. His
friends miss the cheery greeting

"Colonel Bob" always has for them,
and hope -to soon see him outagain.

It is specially regretful that he is

sick just at this time, as he is al

ways atf interested -attendant at the

fair.'

FAIR NOTES

The Williams & Clark .Fertilizer

Company have a booth in the Machin-l

ery Buildinj

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this class of heef
Marsh all winter.

to supply stMr.

iThe Commercial Bank of Oeala has
an, office and Test room, with chairs,

desk and stationery, for anyone to sit:

and rest and do their correspondence.
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The Home Products Co., of Bur-i
bank has a fine exhibit of its own
peanut products. Peanut butter, in

several shapes, peanut xil, salted pea-1

nuts etc., and Is selling and demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating the home products.
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The Rumford OBaking Powder Com Company
pany Company has a very pretty booth and is
making cakes and biscuits for the

public and has made dtself very pop

ular with the public.

.Mr. C. A. Cook, of Oxford a ma

chinist of some ability, who has heen

in husiness there for many years is
exhibiting in the machinery building
a large bean huller made entirely by

himself at his plant, and which he I H

has bad patented. It can be opera t-j

The Star often -hears the people ed either hy hand or power

at the electric plant criticised be-

cause they don't answer the phone j The 'Parcels Post exhibit of the;

when the power is shut off and -users pctoffloe, in the Horticultural Rulld Rulld-of
of Rulld-of electricity call them up to find ing is -quite interesting and is pre-

out what is the matter or when the sided over by; different members of j

current will he turned on again, the post office force.
IMany assume that this is done thru

an unaccommodating spirit. The The iNew -Gas Company has a dem-

truth is that the phone is in the of- onstration stove set tip in the Machln-

fice, some distance from the machln- ery '.building and is 'giving object "les-

ery, and when the phone hell rings, sons of the working of the stove with

if the workmen hear It, and can go its gas applie'd.
to answer it. Immediately, the ; in- ;
quirer often shuts off (before one of -The exhibit of barrels .manufactur-

ithem can reach the phone. Another ed hy the -Florida Obime Co., in the 1

thing ds, that there are no extra men Agricultural Building, is a good and

at the plant,- and It ds generally im- substantial one and means .more than

possible for a man who is trying to many of the: other exhibits, for it
start up a pice of machinery that speaks of the resources of the coun coun-the
the coun-the whole town lis waiting on to an- try applied and developed. There are!

swer the call of an individual. Thehime harrels, the new standard size,

men in charge of the electric plant fish barrels, pear and potato bar-

are accommodating as well as ef- reis all made at the plant of the!

ficient, ibut you mustn't expect thera company at Oeala', entirely from na na-to
to na-to attend to one of your vital dnter- tive material.
ests in one -nlace and answer a rth one

eral.

Among

Oeala lodge did wa3 good and should

he made good. A home opened its
doors to him, employment was put
into his hands, and in an hour he

the orominent visitors at

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the fair this week are tMr. and JMrs.

George A. Miller of St. Augustine, passed from the standing of a. tramp
who are guests of the Oeala House, to the rank of an American citizen.

Mr. Miller is-superintendent of mo-hv,hen he went on to' his position he

tive power on the Florida East did not need to try to heat his way.

Coast railroad and prominently con- a man dees well by himself, his
mected with the 'business and civic family and his friends when he takes

t Pitv .Ho also I w-"ha ir.iifroifirtTic! nnd learns the les-

owns a valuable orange grove prop-

ertv and several large timber tracts

in this. county.

There needn't anybody suppose

that your Uncle Sam has entirely re released
leased released his: grip on Vera Cruz. Four
of his grim sea fighters continue to

swing to their cables in the harbor.

and their big guns could make a
sifter out of the town in an hour.
Also, they have 2500 marines and
. bluejackets ready to land, if need
he; so the substance if not the form
of our control of Mexico's most im important
portant important port is yet in force.

sons of any one of the great orders

that have their lodge homes in

Oeala. The foregoing is only one
instance in many when they have

nrAVOTl 'in WATS O f strength in time

of need.

'.Messrs. C J. Johnson and J. M

Rogers of Worthington Spririgs, are
in the city to attend the fair. They

brought with them a fast trotter

which will he entered in the races

'during the meet. They are guests

of the Oeala House.

hundred feet away at

time.

the

same Tho distvlav hv the (Experimental

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Station of the ; Florida Agricultilral

College iFarm of "Gainesville, in the

Sunday afternoon and (Monday, ev- Horticultural Building, is attracting

erybody w-as cussing the street com- much attention and is well worth any-i

mittee of the city council because it one's time to stop and inspect jit.

had tied (Exposition street up with

its sand-oil experiment, and it look- The exhibits of huge hales of cot-

ed like this only street to the fair ton and. black cured Spanish moss,:

would have to be navigated hy aero- (native JFlorida moss) made byj
planes. (However,, City Engineer George Giles & Company and others

Brake and his crew were busy all day are among the solid and substantial j

Monday, and late in the afternoon features of the fair and many peo-

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they released to the public the fin- pie stop to inspect them.

est Exposition street dt has ever had. 1

Its a hit smelly, of course, but is iMr: 1H. !M. Criffin of Croton, N. Y,;

smooth and elastic, and for the first now a settler at 'Fort McCoy was In

time since the fair was instituted is! town yesterday.

in proper shape to stand the travel

over it. I Sheriff C. M. Hand of Sanford is

registered at the Oeala House. iMr.

iMr. T. A. Carroll, the American Hated Sias several race norses ai ine

Fertilizer Company's representative, Marion-Sumter race track.

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who owns the dwelling- the.

In your name?
of course you think thrt yoa 2o; but are you right?
the question is worth considering it involves tho crila cnJ
the development of individtial o-ncrship in land.
, la the beginnls of cirilization no m::a Ovncd r-ny tlcfinito r"t
of the earth, nomsdis tribes camped ore? "particiil.tr sections cf
it; homes and trading places were not ftxed; land was too pic;;!!-
ful for individcals to dispute over iiie occupancy cf xmy r-"
lar spot.

Corida title and rt street orpcr

. . ui fck Ul UwWK SkSt.ikiJ& Ul Im& IkW '. "' -.
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square entrance betveen The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upou Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 Ad M. TQ 4:30 P.M. PHONE 333

is renewing bis Marion
quaintances at the fair.

county ac-

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tMr. T. J. Marshall of

They have discovered a natural

soan tree at Oeala. All soan nas a

little lye in its composition. Clear Clear-svater
svater Clear-svater Sun.
In which it differs from Powell.

TVhftv are bavins a tremendous

conflict in Poland a campaign
which in the number of men engag engaged,
ed, engaged, would make one of Cvapoleon's
.wars look small. General von Hin Hin-tlerburg,
tlerburg, Hin-tlerburg, the German commander, is
CTyiug to drive a steel wedge into
the heart of the Russian resistance.
If he wins, the pressure on..Galicia
and East Prussia will be lightened,
nnd the Germans and Austrians can
iwilt with confidence the spTing

campaign- If 'he loses, the Germans

Secretary Rooney of the Board of

Trade is making fitting preparations

to entertain the big delegation ex

pected from Gainesville to the fair
Friday. He already has tbe promise
of thirty-eight autoes to meet them

and join the procession to the fair

grounds, where the Alachua visitors

will have the Tight of way. All our

people expect a musical treat from

the famous University band, and the

entire town should be on the grounds

to bear it play iFriday afternoon.

C. J. Phillips, Jacksonville; J. H

Porb r,n who is torfav iufisrinsr t&e Wpni r. 'Ivakeland : J. r. liasKeu

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poultry show at the 'Marion-Sumter I Atlanta; C. J. Johnson, J !M. Rog

ro,t. i a. firiiAs.t wf h Oftala House, ats. Worthinston Snrings; Charles

j o I J -

Mr. Marshall performed this service Dawson, Atlanta; R. X.. ;Messer, Tal

fnr- the fair last season and bis lahassee; O. O. Wilkinson, Live Oak:

awards were so universally approved j iH. !R.. Yak, Tampa; O. .R. Albright,

that he was requested to act in the (George Winters, Gilbert Hernver,
same capacity this season. I Rupert iHernber, Gainesville; T. J.

Marshall, College Park, Ga.; J.

Among the prominent Ievy coun-1 fHornby; Oklawaha; A. B. Smich,
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ty citizens prese-nx x-i 11 vycmus uouis xvrisei, jav-a. uot, tv.u.t.

day of tbe QIarion-Sumter Fair were viiie; G. Patolowsky, ew loric; v.

Rv and Jirs. jonu jiiuiici, uasaha. unuer auu ;uv, ow kiubuauj

Constance Jacobi, iMrs. Annie Ty- j. Campbell, Wilmington, C.:

dines and Mr. C. A. 'Morton, all of w. S. Oraig, Atlanta; A King.

Dunnellon; J. v. wueww, .1.

Maizes
Oeala

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen

is a necessity. To supply that nc-

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iSlv. .William Benus of Cedar Keys,
who some years ago resided in Oeala,

is here for a visit to our big fair.

iMaior Geo. R. Bills, the veteran

fertilizer salesman from Gainesville

is one of the interested spectators at

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Williston.

Mr. Chas. J. Phillips of Jackson-

r-ille is in town to xane m iuou.

He is contemplating recurning
Oeala to live about January 1st.

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iMr.. A. L. Messer, state .hotel com commissioner,
missioner, commissioner, is a guest of the Oeala
House for a few days while engaged
in his inspection work, in this sec section
tion section of the state.

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Powell. Jacksonville; 3Iax C. Elliott,

Chicago; 'Flynft Elliott, Charlotte.
X. .; J. O. Sharon, Burney Sho
Co.; R. A. Green, W JB. Hiner, H.
V. iMcClure, Albany, X. Y.; W. H.
Edenfield, Savannah; R, L. Fuller.
Augusta.

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Incidents in

l'"aimer Showing the Xecesslty
of Home Industry
A husbandman, born a Floridian,
is of few days -and full of trouble. He
riseth up early while yet dark, strikes

one from Ohio is bought, but even

A GOING the lubricating oil lor ih;s machine

is made in St. Louis. The finishings

the Life of a Florida in leather were made from the skins

of Florida animals that as raw ma material
terial material traveled up and down the Unit United
ed United States, back and forth across the
continent finally returning to the
Cracker as shiny trimmings for his
auto.
Into the auto and out on the high-

a match made in ..Maine, lights a lamp

made in Connecticut,' walks up to a way the ell man drives -his car o
.washstani made in sAIIebigan, fills i j nd even the road is paved with bric'v
bowl made in Ohio, bathes his facet made in Pennsylvania by, Pennsylvan-

and ban Is with soap maJe

Hampshire; draws cn a rut of

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clothes maie in Cinchmaii; pulls on
socks knit in Georgia; draws -en" a
pair ot shoes made in irassachasetts;
puts cn a hirt made in a New Ycrk
sweat shop; gets into a pair of over overalls
alls overalls made in Chicago; treats his body
to a coat male in New York; agitates
his locks with a comb made in Rhode
Island; decorates his head with a hat
made in Xew Jersey; picks up a lan lantern
tern lantern made in Kansas; turn3 the knob
in a door icck made in Birmingharii
and steps out into the fresh air of
a (Florida morning.
'lie begins liis dajs work by feed feeding
ing feeding his stock from a teasket made in
Virginia ; waters them from a pail
made in Pennsylvania, and answers
a breakfast bell made in Philadelphia.
He sits down to a table made in Iowa
In a chair made in Kentucky; brus'hes
the crumbs from a table cloth made
in Massachusetts; sips coffee from a
cup made An. New Jersey, sweetened
with sugar grown in Cuba, and stir stirred
red stirred with a spoon made in Illinois.
He eats grits shipped from Tenhes-

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see, seasoned with 'bacon from Ne Nebraska;
braska; Nebraska; wipes his mouth on a nap napkin
kin napkin made in Cleveland and use's a
toothpick made in Oregon. He turns
from the table to fill his pipe made
in West Virginia with lobacco grown
in Xor"h Carolina and proceeds to
make snrcke, about the only manu manufactured
factured manufactured product peculiar to 'his state.
The days work is now 'before him,
wliic'h he begins toy .using a bridle
made in Texas on a mule raised for
him sby a Missouri farmer and kindly
handed down through several hands
with a little rake off for all.
He has never stopped to think that
millions of acres of undeveloped pas pasture
ture pasture lands in his own" state would
grow just as good .mules, and that
forage can be growrn at 25 per cent,
of the cost to the '(Missouri farmer
and that nature favors him'with a cli climate
mate climate 50 per cent, 'better than the
climate of Missouri and that this his historic
toric historic beast -which-Absalom, rebell rebellious
ious rebellious son of DavM. rode to !his tragic

death, and upon .which Solomon rode
to be crowned King of .'Israel, could
bo" raised at a prcfit right here set
home.
But our farmer is fixing Ills own
mule -by putting on him a collar made
In 'Louisiana, hames made in Wiscon Wiscon-sin,
sin, Wiscon-sin, a back-hand .made in South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, and trace chains forged in "Bir "Birmingham;
mingham; "Birmingham; hitches liim to a single
tree made in (Mississippi, fastened to
a plow made in Atlanta, and with
this outfit the farmer goes forth to
tickle a soil that smiles back at him
with all the bounties of a friendly
nature.

The day's work done the tired far farmer
mer farmer seeks rest beneath his vine and
fig tree." The good wife places for
his comfort a rocking chair made in
Idaho ihands hirn a razor made in
Cincinnati, which 'he whets on a
strop made in '-Louisville, stirs up la lather
ther lather in a cup from Detroit with a
brush from Pittsburgh and gets a
Florida shave, perhaps;
If he would slake his thirst .with a

bottle of juice that made Mil wautee
famous he sees that this too is from a
far off country, and if he would brace

himself with something stronger, this

he finds was bred and brewed in old
Ken tuck and that 'he who drinks
must pay the freight.
But the time to lay me down to
sleep has come, and stretching him him-sslf
sslf him-sslf upon a mattress made in (Boston,
resting on a spring from Baltimore,
held by a bedstead made in St: Paul,
he draws over himself a sheet made
in Providence, a coverlet made in
sRichmond, and beneath a. mosquito

net made in Macon he sleeps the sleep
of the just.
A button is missed which the wife
replaces on the overalls with one
made in Vermont, using a needle
made in Xew Jersey, and thread from
Florida cotton made in Connecticut
at a profit to the manufacturer of
about three dollars a pound over the
price received by the farmer.
Under these conditions the Flori Florida
da Florida farmer has trudged and toiled
and spent his young and vigorous
manhood. The morning hour of his
life is now 'behind him, he has pass passed
ed passed the noon time of his existence,
has crossed the great divide and turn turned
ed turned his face to the setting sun, the tree
of life and death cast its shadows
across his path and he can almost
see the shades that fringe the bor border
der border land surrounding the dark val valley
ley valley of the dead
iHe has prospered, -neve-theless, and
the faithful wife and children urge
rest and quiet for the remaining
time. An automobile is suggested,

la workmen, and he wonders if a good
material for making brick might not

Le found 'at home, and the la'bor in j

making thern glfen to people here,
he figures that from one third to ov over
er over half of the cost of such reads is in
tfttnspoitation charges alcne and
that the woods of Floriia are full of
berter material that could be .made
and put down, by our own people at
probably half or less of cost in '"brick.
His mind reverts to the leather, trim trimmings
mings trimmings of his car and he realizes that
the shrewd yankee ha tanned the
skins of all tFlorida animals, and in
paving material and other things he
has tanned the hide of the Cracker
as well..
How long will thi3 good road last,
the old man asks himself. Won't
every brick of it b- In the junk
heap long before my children's child children
ren children yet unborn have paid the inter
est and 'principal on the -bonds that
bought them? But onward his auto
smoothly 'glided 'carrying the driver

nearer and nearer the end of the
road. In the dim distance he sees in
the gloaming the gathering of the
shadows that mark the twilight of
life, and he drains his ears to catch
the fated words., "watchman what
of the night," he has fought the
gopd fight, but the burden of toil
and time are upon him; the trembling
hands tighten their grip ca the steer steering
ing steering wheel, the auto surges, the pow power
er power cease3, the car stops. The weary
driverlays down by the wayside, the
black winged angel lays theicy ihani
of death upon him ad the soul has
taken its endless flight.
It is now the time, of the -undertaker
who prepares the body for
burial with a suit made in tXew York,
places it in a casket made In Indianna
with silver fastenings f rom ;New IMex IMex-ic6""and
ic6""and IMex-ic6""and copper plate from Arizona;
places it in a hearse made in Dakota,
and draws it to its last resting place

with a pair of IMontana horses.
' iA, visiting clergyman from Utah"
reads from a bible printed in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, the congregation sings the

old and appropriate hymn "I'm -glad

salvation's free." They lower the
casket Into a grave dug with a spade
made in Indiana polis and erect at his
head and feet marble slabs from the
state of Vermont. ..
.Born and reared in a state with a
climate most conductive to the man man-u
u man-u facture of everything that could
prosper man this man lived and died

without ever seeing an article of ne-

cess i ty n a d e u pon h is native hea th

but Upon every article from .the lint
and bandages that swathed his tiny

body at birth to the chisel and mallet

that carved Ills epitaph on his (head

stone, he paid a royalty to the peo peo-tle
tle peo-tle of the outside worM. iMay his

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as'hes rest in peace.

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hut improve the 'appetite and

strengthen, the digestion. For sale

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of Unredeemed Pledges and Drummer's Samples now going on and
- Owing to the accumulation of a large number of Unredeemed Pledges in
Diamonds, Watches, Jewels, : Wearing Apparel, Leather Goods, Trunks; Bags,
Suit Cases and Fire Arms, we are compelled to put on a Clearance Sale and
sell good serviceable merchandise for their loan value and interest due on
same. The following are only a few of the many articles we are putting on in
this sale: v - V

Winchester and Remington Automat-
ic Shotguns 12 C"Q 7 C f
, gatige, at . . . . . 01
WHY PAY MOKE ?

A few trunks, unredeemed and
drammer's samples 00
WHY PAY MORE ?
Men's unredeemed suits o fA
and u pward . . . '. tp O vl vl
WHY PAY 3IOKE ?
Ladies heavy Teddy Bear ;jfj0 CA
: oats.. . . .
, . Wll V PAY MOKE ?

Very, fine Clcse Rolling Silk 'Umbrei-3 Xor 5 Twenty-year, old FfllcJ,
la mounted on a fine Oold Piaiedl Open Face, 17-jewel (f r-

JHandle. Can be, taken apart so
as to fit ordinary suit C A r7tHL
case. Sale price. .
XlY PAY MOKE ?

$5.98

dlsrrd(rs nre qnickly chocked bj
tLe fainns Mf.cd paritifr. It

r.lnod

ruslies to the Mood and in thrre min minutes
utes minutes ha.- tranrsd the entire circulation.
It penetrates t whore the blood is made,
It washes our those spots and places
where staprnat-Ion Las settled, it cleanses
the membranes, drives irritation Jfrorn
the joint, fills the hWid stream with
antidotal infltvT.ce and fr-m head to foot
creates cc editions tirat :uf !:e for bljcd
health. Ther are pe-pie ia every com community
munity community who know this to be true. They
have used S. 8. S. fer severe forms of
rheumatism, Jt ind"!ent. ulcerated spots,
for eruptive shin diseases, for any and
all those bodily tmditlcns caused by
blood IcadfHl with impurities. Being a
pure product cf Nature it 'can not hurt
the s;on:acJ and has therefore been the
refire of a Lest cf p" pie misguided In
their dilemcia ty first flyinjf to these
danarTus naerrtrial drvgs which havf
claimed so r.-.sny unf jrt-mates. If thr
skin breaks out in a rash, if boils or
other eruptions ar'r. If there ere blood
risings e,r any th r ind ations of icn
prr" h!o d er-t a h ttle (f S. S. S. a
cn:;e cf ay dru?r-it. Hut beware o;
snbitttuts. li la doubt as to jour troh
or vo? wish competent medical ad
vit-? fre.' write to the medical depart department.
ment. department. T'e Swift Specific Co.. 58 Fwifi
Bid?., .Atlanta, la. This department 1
known far and wide as one of te jrrea
-?st ''f helps to blood sufferers. But don don-d"!n,y
d"!n,y don-d"!n,y to ;?Pt a bottle cf S. S. S. today

Ladies' Fine' Velvet Coats, silkaline

lining, worth $-10 to $12.50, spe

cial for this sale,
only. . .... .

WHY PAY 3IORE ?
, We have a good many other sam sample
ple sample Sujt Cases and Bags that are
good bargains at the 'prices offered.

Men's All Wool Military Top Shirts,
extra fine quality in OP
- this sale . ....... P 1 .iO
WHY PAY ;MORE ?
One G. &. S. Xeverbreak Wardrobe
Trunk, standard size three-ply
veneered box, bound with vulcan vulcanized
ized vulcanized fibre; hand riveted, high grade

(brass locks, belts and clamps, linen

lined. Special dur during
ing during this sale. ...

WHY PAY MOKE ?

No. 191 Nine very fine cut
monds set in a Solid Gold

Platinum Horse

Shoe Scarf Pin .

WHY PAY-MORE ?

Dia-and

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No. 2'2'6 Very fine White Diamon.l,
set in 14-kt. Solid .Gold -Tiffany

mounting a ; good
'bargain

WHY iPAY

$49.00

3IORE ?

$19.50

(Xo. 230.-AA. very good bargain In a
fine White Diamond .weighing

about karat. Sale
t price

WHY PAY MORE ?

$78.25

No. 128 -Unredeemed pledge; Solid

'Gold fiat 'Belcher mounting; very

good diamond,
. worth $20, price.

WHY PAY MORE ?

(Elgin Watch, Special.
v WHY PAY MOKE ?

Elgin or AValtham ( q o,
(Movements. Price. .... Oo w is
' A few 18 size Hunting and 0;sea
Face 20-year Gold Pilled Case.
WHY PAY MORE ?

Genuine Cowhide Suit Oases '72 in inches
ches inches wide, wlf; large heavy straps,
corners -and xivets SotIid Dras
Catches ad .Locks, dleavy 'Eng 'English
lish 'English Ting. iHandl stitched and
Riveted. Shirt fold in lid; 'linen
t lined. Special sale C A A f
price. ........... O
WHY PAY 3IOKE ?

We have a
rings, all

few 14-k
different

$10.00

Solid

styles

Gold
and

sizes, set with a genuine 'Diamond,
'worth from. $8 to $10, f
Special sale price. ...
WHY PAY MORE ?

Alarm Clocks guaranteed to keep
correct time for one year, tlfl
Special'sale 'price. .... 03C
WHY PAY MORE ?

A few 15-jeweI Gold filled iE'ski,
Watham and other standard .ma

f watches. .Special sale CC .g
price. ... ... . . l)0y

Two iRailroad Watches, guarantee?
to pans inspection, at very low prices.
W HY PAY MORE ?

A large
at ...

line of Suit Cases

WHY PAY MORE ?

75 c

No. 223 Very slightly imperfect'

fine, hlue Jfwhite 'Diamond, set in

14-k. Solid Gold fancy Belcher

Mounting.- Special

sale price. .

Parker Lucky Curve C

Fountain Pens at. ... J
WHY PAY "MOKE ?

59.75Isicg!

WHY PAY MORE ?

Remington Double Barrel 12-guage
Hammerless Shot Gun, absolutely
, the last on the mar- Aftn ff
ket. Sale price. . $ZU.UU
. WHY PAY 3lORE ?

We have a few Unredeemed Violins,
Banjos, Mandolins and Guitars,

that we will sell from
$20 down to. -V.

WHY PAY MORE ?

$2,501

g!e Barrel 'Shot Gun, Automatic

Ejector, standard make- e
Special rale price. . Vs
WHY IAY 3ZOKE ?

We have a few Cameos set in Solid
Gold mountings at very low prices.
WHY PAY MORE ?

Do your Christmas shopping at The Ocala Pawn and Loan Office and
save money on everything you buy. Mail Orders will be promptly filled.
(tela Fawi Wm 7 rr.f feis

Cat Reasoned Visely.
Romances quotes a remarkable story
about a cat's reasoning power. While
a paraffin lamp was being trimmed,
some of tfcr oil fell cn th back of the
cat, and a cinder from the fire shortly
afterward touching it, the fur becami
ignited. The cat instantly made for
tho dcor and. running up the village
street, piurjred ito the v.T.rlng
trough. She1 r r- -crn !vr ,iuman
friends af h jrv .-it tu-r kitchen
flre-vitf? r.f h 'nust have
reasoned from i.n-i.

JAR1ES AUST1W FJIORTLAWD
Civil and Architectural Enoneer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water -Power, "Dams, Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 Ocala, Florida

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; Mis. J. R. Mod rheacl, eu terir.tend terir.tend-Ueat'cf
Ueat'cf terir.tend-Ueat'cf the domestic .'dp:irtmen-t en J
her isistaivts, (Mrs. M. H. St avail,
iMrs. I5',vJ; Yoitee, secretaries, .3 Irs.
J. 11; 3rin;;p:i, Clrs. B.' F, Iorsy of
Mcintosh, DHs: Ycnge, Miss
cilaude Mel n lost, Mrs. F. W. -Cook,
wVVrs. Jake Hro n and (M rs. J. H.
Sihvncer have wen-ked early and.kte
in Tiieir roori's and the arrange lient
o! the hundrec's of articles has elicit elicited
ed elicited p rah ;e from the scores of peoplo
visiting the -ttormm's department at
the fair. :
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Mrs, tK iM. Howard returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a two days
vlij.!t to CVlr. and Mrs. J. H. Cadger at
Oil town. V": .1
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21r. and LYIrs. R. L. Lang (have as
their guests for fair week, Mr. and
Mrs. AV. E. Bell of Trenton (Mrs.
W. rV7. Avery fMrs. Lang's sister,
will arrive1 tomorrow from. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville zo spend the remainder of the
week.
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One or tne most noticeable anu
resrretable results of F.idav nicht's
frost was the killing of the hundred
of magnlficient poin.vettias that adorn
ed so many lawns and yards in Oeal
The poiLsettia is one of the molt
beautiful and luxurious of our wint
blooming shrubs and this year th
town was. aglow with the gorgeous
flowers of flame mingled 'with their
glossy green foliage and their ab absence
sence absence now Is very noticeable. Among
the most beautiful plants kilted were
those in .the yards of Mrs. D. E. Mc-
Iver, Mrs. W. S. Bullock and Mrs.
Edward Holder.
tMiss Caroline Harriss wno on ac account
count account of her eyes, had to leave col college,
lege, college, arrived tome yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon from Atlanta where she has
been under the care of Dr. Calhoun
for several weeks.
Mrs. F.
iMayo and th former's grandson,
IMaster iDempsfey, (Mayo -have returned
fliirtmv rrv .'Vrj- (Z1 i linn m?K ftiA rKViiiTr

I were the guesls of relatives for three
and a half nonths. -While a:wray

"tMiss'iMayo enjoyed a delightful tripi
v to !Xe w York.
Tln a personal letter to the editor
of the Telegram, Mrs. William Hock Hock--
- Hock-- er, of Ocala, president of the Florl Florl-cla
cla Florl-cla Federation of Women's ; Cluhs,
' says: "I want, to add my personal
"thanks for, the splendid write up of
oirr convention." They suited me ex-
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H Fiction. Foreign Words, Trades, Arts aud S
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actly as you semed to get just what
we wanted made most prominent. Of
course we must have publicity to ad ad-vat
vat ad-vat ce our work, but sometimes It is
not given in a serious, dignified man manner,
ner, manner, I wt.nt to thankryou especially
for your editorial in Wednesday's
pap&r. It 'Is the nicest our Federation
has ever had and I shall take the lib liberty
erty liberty "of quoting from it very freely.
Lakeland Telegram.
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. Mrs. M.C Julian hai returned from
Crystal "River and is the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. iDempsy JMayo. jMrs.
Jilhan will in all probability make
her '-.home here and until she gets
settled -will divide Oier visit with her
daughter and airs. Hi B. Clarkson.
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(Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis, after a
brief visit to the city, as the guests of
the Arms House, left yesterday
morning f Or Infiiis -to visit tMrs. Da Davis
vis Davis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hull
until after Christmas. Mr, and Mrs.

Davis have sheen in North Carolina!
for six weeks.
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rtlrnd (Mrs. E. A. Osborne
recently purchased from iMrs. W. P,
Edwards hefhome on Lake Weir
avenue and the Idjoiningvacant lot
on the south, iae Jhprtfig their lawn
enlarged by enefding the lot with a
con tinuation of the stone fence now
surrounding their "home.
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Mrs. Andrew Turner of Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon will 'be the Thanksgiving guest
of her sister, Mrs. Waifer Hood.
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Mrs. Maude iHorne will liave as
her guests during Thanksgiving Mr.
and Mrs. ,T. (M. Uimbeau and. two
boys who arrived this afternoon
from Starke, and EMr. and IMrs. fBen
tMorton v and baby, Misses (Lois and
Clara lEpperson of Wililston and
Miss Legie iBlitch of Blitchton, who
will arrive tomorrow morning. Mr.
and Mrs. Li mibeau will remain until
Sunday and the others' In ithe party
will return to their respective "homes
Saturday.
'Mr. T. S. SistrunK ot (Montbrook
s a fair visitor, the guest of fhiis son,
Mr. S.,T, -Sistrunk and family
(Mrs. M. C Chambers -has arrived
from Macontfor her annual winter
visit to Ocala.
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Miss prace iMilligan of Anthony
is spending f air week In the city, the
guest of her sister, Mrs. (Louis Lang.
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IMrs. J. B. Borland, iMisses Douise
and (Etnel Borland and (Mr: and Mrs.
Talmage Dupree motored in from
Citra today to attend the fair.
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Services will 'be held .tomorrow,
Thanksgiving day, at 10 o'clock at
Grace churchl The offerings will be
sent to Orlando to the IBpIscopal
ihome and hospital.
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IMrs. F. G. B. Weihe, who has ibeen
enjoying a fortnight visit with her
son and daughter-in-law, Prof, and
IMrs. K. J. Weihe in Jacksonville,
will return home tomorrow.
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.Miss Fanny Robinson yiill leave
the first of next week for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to spend the winter with her
brother and sister-in-law, 'Mr. and
iMrs. Emmett Robinson. Since mov
ing to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson have been making their
thome at the Ara go n hotel hut Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday they will move into an attractive
(home in (Riverside.
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iMrs. : S. A. 'Rawls and children ar arrived
rived arrived from Jacksonville last night
and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Hunter.
Qlrs. sHfrbert Lattner left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon on the Seaboard limited for
Tnfko7iYille. where she will vis't
relatives for several weeks.

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Mr. and Mjs. Zeivad.sk! Entertalnel
at Rook
Complimenting two former popu popular
lar popular Oca la boys and a lovely young
matron whose visits to the city are
always anticipated, iMr. and Qlrs. W:
K. Zewadski, Sr., entertained last
evening at rook in honor of their
house guests, 'Mr, and iMrs. Y. K. Ze Zewadski,
wadski, Zewadski, Jr., and iMr. Guy Zewadski
of Tampa..

In the reception hall and parlor,
prettily decorated for the occasion,
six tables were arranged for rook
?.nii for several hours the guests
found the 'games a rnost interesting
diversion. At the conclusion of the
games the tarles wore laid wih
dainty cloths and a three course. oy oyster
ster oyster supper was served; consisting of
creamed oysters, fried t oysters,
pickles, hot rolls', sandwiches, coffee
and fruit cake. Candies were on the
tables during the games.
During the evening Mr. ,and Mrs.
Zewadski 'were, assisted hy Mrs. Ze Ze-wadskl's
wadskl's Ze-wadskl's sister, Mrs. J. W. Hood, and
the guests besides the honor guests
were Dr. IHood, IMr. and Mrs. h. A.
Shepherd, air. and Mrs. II. vM. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, fMr. and IMrs. F. It. iHocker, Dr.
and Mrs. C. B. Ayer, -Mr. and Mrs.
Cv H, X.loyd, Mr. and (Mrs. John Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Dr. and lMr.3. 'H. C. Dozier, aiiss-
es Marguerite Porter,
Ethel 'Hay-
craft, uVHce 4 Bullock, Mary -Burford,
Messrs. O. B. iHowse, Frank Harris,
Jr., and E. 'L. Anderson Jr.
The Eight O'Clock Dancing Club
ill give the second of Its series of
inter dances iFriday evening at the
VVoman's Club. The event is 'being
looked forward to with mudh pleas-
ure. .
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Sunday morning's iMetropolis con con-.tained'
.tained' con-.tained' a large picture of !Miss Chris Christine
tine Christine Cook of 'Brooksville, who is
well known in Ocala. tMiss Cook's
marriage to Mr. CS'. F. Ivaw will 'be an
interesting event of. next -Wednesday.
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' .Miss Janet Weathers, who has been
enjoying a visit of ten days to (her
cousin, (Mrs. I. Vv (Stevens in ,Xake-
iand, has returned 'home.
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.'i iMrs. 'F. IE. Sheppard of Daytona,
arrived yesterday afternoon, and is
the guest of "her daughter, Mrs. T.
C.t Luckie, during the fair.
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' Mrs. John W. Martin leaves Tues
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day to 'Visit Misses Alice and (Ella
Owens at their tbeautiful plantation
near Ocala. (Metropolis,
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.Mrs.- iMallory Ldddon's ;. many
friends will be pleased to 'learn ithat
Ttflie has irecovered from iher recent
illness, tout will regret to 'hear, that
her little son Potter, is indisposed.
IMetropolis.
(Miss IMa'bel Woods of Jacksonville
(is the guest of Mrs. AV. W. Clyatt
during the fair. This is Miss Woods
first visit to Ocala ?
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iMr. J. H. Phillips 'and daughter,
Miss Maude,, of Bushnell, are guests
of the Empire and visitors to the
fair. Oliss Phillips who 4soonnect 4soonnect-ed
ed 4soonnect-ed with the -Bushnell telephone ex exchange,
change, exchange, torfk advantage of her visit
to Ocala to call iat the local telephone
office and make the acquaintance of
the young ladles; whose voices she
often hears .over the wire. l
fMr. Fred Van Roy of the Oxford
Crate Company of Crystal River,
came up this morning In this auto
mobile with his wife and imotherrin
law, Mrs. M. iH. Baum. They are
guests of IMr. B. B. Baum at the Em
pire Cafe, iMr. Van 'Roy ibrought a
foig ibag of red channel hass which
ne gave out to his friends.. They
were caught yesterday af terntoon
with as many more "by 'Mr. Baum.
Miss Miriam and .Masters Elliot
and Henry Connor came up from the
lake today to be the Thanksgiving
guests of their sister, Miss', Mary
DIrs. T. C. Caj-'ter and, children
f here from Fruifein Park to see the
Jfair.
Ir. and Mrs.
Seibert
GainesviEe are guests of Mr. Davis
parents, Mr. and (Mrs. George Davis.
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iMrs. B. F. (Newport of Eastlake 1:5
among the visitors to the fair.
.Qlrs. (Henry E. 2choefIin and little
daughter, Antonette, arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday for short visit to her sister,
IMrs. Port iDeavengood.
Mrs. A. B. tHartsfield of Gaines
ville is the guest of DIrs. X.. 33. Bla-
lo;k during the fair. :
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iMiss Ludle Park of Crystal .Paver
is the guest of Miss Minnie Bailey.
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CBishop 'V. C. Gray; formerly of
Orlando, but now of Nash ville, was
a recent visitor to New Orleans, at attending
tending attending th meeting of the Uphscopal

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friends of the Cray family will he
glad to learn that Mis3 Emma was
much .improved in health (by her
summer in (Alaska, and Is gradually
recovering from the, severe fall she
had on her .return trip. 1 t ,
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The delegates .to the federation
meeting in Lakeland, dn reporting
the convention to 'their home- clubs,
are lavish In their, praise for the re retiring
tiring retiring president, Mrs. William :Hook :Hook-er
er :Hook-er and the onanner in wliich she ob observed
served observed schedule time iin : every mat matter
ter matter jhas occasioned many favorable
comments.
Oliss Genevieve Wood ihas return returned
ed returned to her home at Ocala after a de delightful
lightful delightful -isit here, a guest of '.Mrs.
iD. iB. Morris at the iMagnolia,
Gainesville Sun. .-,
iMr. and Qlrs. Lee Osteen and
children of Tampa arrived on the
limited yesterday afternoon 'and are
the guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. D. IH. Os Osteen
teen Osteen and ailss QIIllie Osteen .during
the fairj
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tin addition, to the usual trefresh trefresh-raents
raents trefresh-raents and entertainment 'at" the W
C. T. U. rest room a special enter-
M-tainment has been arranged for
fThanksgiving day. This will be a
piedal contest under the direction, of
iMrs. G. OD. Washburn, which will
take place -between the hours of 2
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon. ; Ev Everybody:
erybody: Everybody: Is cordially Invited to at attend.
tend. attend. ' ':7:-?7v:.i:'';':7'fC;K--'7-:'
(During the morning there will
alijo be y interesting entertainment
and the ladies who have the rest
rwm in charge desire to make every
one who visits them feel' a genuine
welcome. The W. C, T. TJ. room is
at the south end of the fair grounds
plar,a but the ladies have also fu
nished the 4 entire building 'with ta tables
bles tables on which families and parties
ma3r spread their lunches. 'Also In
a (room at the south end a ,crib and
lounge ihave ibeen provided for tired
babies' and mothers. Everything in
the 'building Is free of charge and
wel?ome to all. 7
The best service and most reason
able prices obtain at the new dinln?
room of the Ocala House.
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Blue Points on,
Celery Hearts

Cream of New Toj-natoes
Salted Almonds

Broiled Spanish Mackerel, Drawn Butter
' 5. ,s j ShccStrinrr Potato;

Broiled Squab on Toast, Currant 'Jelly.
! New Potatoes, Maitrc de Hotel
- Asparagus v

Roast Thanksgiving Turkey,. Cranberry Jelly
: Mashed Potatoes New Peas

Head Lettuce Salad, Roquefort Cheese Dressing

Hot Mince Pie

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AFFEK':. TBDEv-WAI

this country will enjoy great prosperity, the
far-thinking observers tell us.
It will be something to take advantage of.
While many are now talking war, others are
quiet ly planning to profit by the peace which
we all hope will come soon.
Make some observations of your own.
Buy a home site in Wyomina Park.
Not only will the war's end increase its value,
but the improvements proposed for the Park
will be valuable.
The development of the beautiful parkway,
for example,
j Wyomina" Park ? is one of the most attractive
places in Ocala,
4tA short way out and right at Lover's Lane."
LOUIS M. CE3 AZAL & SORIS CO.
REAL ESTATE

Holder Building,
.Telephone 228.

Postoffice IJox 475,
Ocala, Fla.

GREAT SHOW AT
THE FAIR GROUND

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ALL. BUSEVESS HOUSES
SHOULD CMXSE TOMORROW

All out merchants should close
their stores tomorrow afternoon al'
low their employes to o to -the 'fair,
and go themselves. It n'ill be a good
investment in cheerfulness and pub public
lic public spirit ,and nobody will lose any
money .'by It.

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MEETING OF FLORIDA VEGE VEGETABLE
TABLE VEGETABLE MARKETING BUREAU

The delegates to the Florida res res-etablo
etablo res-etablo Marketing Bureau day, 'which
will be 'tomorrow at the fair, are
coming in and will Tiake 'their head headquarters
quarters headquarters at the Ocala tHouse. A large
number of cl legates. twill be here by
tomorrow and quito a ?ood number
'have already come n. ,

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sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
small. P:m'-- -t :
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.

further information address

Crystal River, Fla.

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The Ocala Steam Laundry wishes

to announce that At will observe to-

morrow as a holiday!

deal of attention- r,hey 'are full
blooded stock.
iAll in all the exhibit of live stock
has been a very Sum one and every
one is pleased at the good show showing
ing showing made.
7Mr. J. X. Tiller, of .Martin, is show

ing'- a big pen o f h orses m ules : and

colts, raided $n his farm at that,
place, which shows what can be done
in breeding horses 3n :Maricn. ,.
Some 'extra fine 'hogs, sheep and
goats have 'been exhibited and shows

i that aiarion couid it if she would,

J produce all of her bacon and lard.

The fine exhibit of e agricultural
products, mostly in new crops that
are being experimented on most suc successfully
cessfully successfully Sby the Experimental Sta Station
tion Station at Gainesville, has kept a crowd

about it all t her time, in the horticul horticul-turial
turial horticul-turial 'building. The elephant grass,
12 feet foigh, Chinese mille't 10 feet
high, and other grasses, canes and
varieties of sorgum etc., aTe very in interesting.
teresting. interesting. ? V v.O; ,'
Messrs. Wartmann andrqsby and
J. -,R, Williams of Citra and the We We-tumpka
tumpka We-tumpka groves, of IowelI, Jhave ? a
citrus exhibit that is good to see and
the fruit and pack is as fine as ever
was. -;.YV v -.- .' '. ; ;:f :
'In the foreground of this fine ex ex-hibit
hibit ex-hibit that foas been made in and
around the IMunroe & Chambliss
National Bank sign is the largest
yellow pumpkin that this scribe ever
saw, dt is i2 'feet across and 'weighs
80 (pounds.
One exihihit 'that looms up good in

the agricultural :building is that of j Tib e thigh;, school team and the

ne'ean huts. There are several differ-! boys' team will have a football game

ent exhibits and some as fine nuts at the fair grouuds tomorrow aft-

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: AHIL GIVK THANKS

un-account or 'J nursaay 'oems a

legal holiday," both' the A. C. I, and

S. A. L.. freight ofhees will ibe-closed
at 12 o'clock tomorrow.

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FLYING MACIIINK AT TIIK FAIR
The Sheesley Shows aeroplane is
the greatest novelty i at the fair. It
made a flight over rown this afterr
noon, and more Ocala people looked
aip to 'heaven than ever before.

I'OOTIiALL AT TlfK FAIR

ernoon. FolloTV'ing is the high school
line-flip:
New som, center; Iveavengocd and
B u rf o rd guard s ; San d ers and Sav Sav-age,
age, Sav-age, tackle; CPihillips and fMeffert,
ends; iMacKay, quarter; Xiiddell,
fullback; Dewey and Batts, ihalf ihalf-backs.
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Poem of not more than forty lines written on ;
lfTHE OLD FASHION GARDEN'V :
Carrying out the idea of Sack to the garden as a ;
means of reducing the high cost of living.
To anyone -writing on- the above subject, either poem or prose,
and failing to get first or second ipremium; I will give $10. All pre- 2
miums to apply as first-payment on-one of those $100 lots in' Ma- J
rion Heights. Remember,-! am giving free, one $1000 house and

lot to the purchasers of these lots. This contest will end Decem December
ber December 1st, 1914. Judges will be named later.

as were ever grown. i
Perry Edwards, colored, informed
the reporter that this wrife exhibited
116 different articles of canned and
bottled fruits, vegetables, drinks, and
farm and garden products. Edwards
is making 'a 'hit with fois golden yel yellow
low yellow stigar.cane syrup, thick and rich,
yet does not crystalize, as is so often
the case in cane syrup wli en boiled
sufficiently. Jt makes one fhungry to

looK at it. County Judge Smith has issued

i ln the agricultural 'Dunmng iisi a tne following 'wedding licenses in the

big bundle ,of Japanese cane, (for last three days,- and says (he thinks
syrup) that although snore than,he can ave turkey for Than;ksgiv Than;ksgiv-three
three Than;ksgiv-three feet of the tops have Ibeen re- n& i
(moved stands 10 feet high. Tills a Ir it Proctor and .Miss Dollie
represents the net length of the pitowell,' Mr. B. P. ?Daugherty and

stalk ready to go to tne .sfirnniMis.ailss Alary Schneider, Olr. osea

Sellers and Miss Ethel .HalfoTd, Mr.
James J.. iPoster and IMiss Essie C.

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"DIXIE FliYER" "DIXIE LIMITED"
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Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville and
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
, DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
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It sxrrely does look good to a 'crack 'cracker
er 'cracker who 44,just (naturally doves taters'

to see the great exhibits of sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes of vhalf a dozen or more dif different
ferent different vari ties. The exhibits of fall
Irish potatoes is, also mig!h-ty fin3,
huge, sthrlfty looking specimens that
must Wng fine prices in 'the markets.
Sumter county's exhibit looks 'bet 'better
ter 'better and better as the fair grows old older;
er; older; and their fine showing, of (hams
shoulders and bacon sides is attract attracting
ing attracting lots of interest. Some of the
hogs down thee from Which those
sides -were cut, must have iweiglied
a thousand pounds. .V. v" --'"
Corn, one of the great staples of
tie country is kin g out there at the
fair. INot atone in the great exhib exhibit
it exhibit of ithe. boys corn Club, 'but through
out the agricultural (building ilooks
like lousiness and makes a fellow feel
that these farmers have tooth 'bread
and feed in abundance to fall ba ck
on. . '.
Races : ' :
The first motorcycle race was won
.by Son Carlisle. Time, 7:29.
First Race ;
Two year olds, best 3 in 5, naif naif-mile
mile naif-mile heats. Entries, Bell CMcEwen,

Lady Lucile, Adeline, Silver Toodles,

Tlody. First Oieat won by Silver
Toodles; Adeline second. Time,
1:24. Second heat won by Adeline;
Bell CMcEwen second Time, 1:26.
Third heat won by Adeline; Silver
Toodles second. Time, 30.
Second Race
2:40 class, ibest -3 in 5, mile heats.
Entries: Delhi, Inola P., Empire
Canada, Frank Jones. First heat
won by Inola P.; Empire second.
Time, 2:24. Second heat won by
Inola P.; Empire second. Time,
2:26.
The following tournament .riders
made several rounds: 'Mr. H. S.
Chambers, knight of Millwood: Ir.
Jim Pyles, knight of old Marion;
.Mr. W. c. Smoak, knight of the
Texas Rangers, and Mr. (Frank Ditto,
knight of the Sunny South.
In the tournament IMr. Pyles made

five out of a possible nine rings, and!

Mr. Chambefs made three out of a
possible nine.

HOSPITAL -ROTES

fMrs. H. A. Waterman Teturned to

her ihome from the hospital this aft

ernoon.

(Mr. Heron Todd is improving since

ttiis operation.

ATHENIAN S'vXXETV

f The Athenian Society held its
meeting today. After, thev minutes
had 'been read and approved, (the fol

lowing program was rendered:, r
Recitation Charles, tHardage.
Reading Edlocke Eycieshimer.
Piano solo Marguerite lEd wards
Essay, "First Thanksgiving Day
Loyd Browning.
'.Recitation Ethel 'Leng.
Reading -James Chace.

V Piario duet Mollie and Mertie

B la lock.
Critic Minnie Goldman.

As there was no, more business to
come before the -house, the society

adjourned to meet again Friday, De-

cemiber 4 Marguerite Edwards.

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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., ; -13S
W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.

J. G. KIRIvLAXD, D. P. A.,
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla

Call 480 fort information at the

fair grounds. v Gerig's 23-tf

Odd-Looking Shares Egg.
?Av shark's egg is one of the oddest
looking" things imaginable. It .is un unprovided
provided unprovided with shell, but the contents
are protected by a thick, leathery
covering, almost as elastic as india
rubber. The average size is 2 by 2
inches, cuig it is almost jet black.

HOWS THIS?

We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh

Cure. .... :
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.

We, the undersigned, have known

F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,

and believe, him perfectly honorable

in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli

gations made by 'his firm.
Xational Bank of Commerce,

Toledo, Ohio,

Hail s Catarrh Cure is taken ; in

ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent tree
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family

nils tor constipation. ad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice is -hereby given to all -credi

tors, legatees, distributees, and al

otner persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same

duly proven to the undersigned with

in two years from this date, to-wlt:

This 23 rd day of October, A. D, 1914
, JF. P. Gad son,
George Giles,

As Administrators of the Estate of

Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-28-wed

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, XOV. 23, 1914
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HERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor
tractor contractor labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to build
tettermere permanent walls. That
way ia by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
BADGER-BOARD ii easy to sp
p!y. Dcrt vtt far plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourself. All lha tools
needed are hammer and sav and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
Lower Cost
TDADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
end samples
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State Agent, OCAliA, FLA

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2,000 BOXES OF
ORANGES V
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.
Do You want them at a Bargain?.
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced but 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
Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
$5,000.
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
. Si Savagje, Jf
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phono 123, OCALA, FLA

ONE WAY TO WRITE HISTORY.
A Talk' With Adam About Discreet
Young Methuselah.
I have a book published in the early
didactic leriod of the nlUfteetith -eu-tury,
which illustrates si certain way of
imparting historical information. it
Was written with the laudable luten
tion of making history interesting to
people who didn't want to venture into
the unfamiliar. The author thought
that if the patriarchs were conceived
Of as New England selectmen their

lives could he made as interesting as it
they were New England select -jen.
And 1 am not sure but tiXt he suc succeeded.
ceeded. succeeded. The hook is divided -into two
parts, a conversation with Adam cov covering
ering covering the space of 930 years and an in interview
terview interview with Noah giving an account
of the deluge. and the other events
With which he was familiar. They are
represented as nice old gentlemen rath rath-cr
cr rath-cr formal in their language and strictly
orthodox in their opinions. Adam
Epeaks hopefully of Methuselah, who,
he says, "mast be now about tifty tifty-seven
seven tifty-seven years old and is a discreet and
well principled youth." He was very
much disturbed over the radical viewa
of the Tubal-Cains.
There .is nothing in the book that
Would Indicate that either Adam or
Koah had been out of Connecticut. S,
H. Crothers in Atlantic Monthly.

The Home of HART SCHAFEMER-S MilEOI Clotnec

SUITS
FOR MEN

Business, Dress and
F ormal Evening Wear.
Prices Range from

$10 TO $35

ELECTRICITY IN RAIN.

Tha Drops of Moisture, as a Rule, Con.
tain Positive Charges.
Rain drops are almost always chars chars-fed
fed chars-fed with electricity. The charge is of

ten positive, rarely negative. Many I

observers have measured the charge
approximately and made it from
0.000.000.000.000.000.0 1 to 0.000.000,000. 0.000.000,000.-000,001
000,001 0.000.000,000.-000,001 amperes per square centimeter.
Professor F. Herath of Kiel describes
in the Revue Electrique the experi experiments
ments experiments by which he has measured them.
He received the rain on k fine me metallic
tallic metallic cloth twenty-five meters square.
Insulated and attached to a galvanom galvanometer
eter galvanometer in a cellar. The galvanometer reg registered
istered registered photographically. Among the
facts be proves are these: N
Rains with a constantly positive
charge are much more frequent than
those that change to a negative. The
passage from a positive to ri negative
charge corresponds to a momentary
cessation of the shower. The quantity
of positive electricity brought by the
rain is fifteen times greater than that
of the negative. The positive currents
In a steady rainfall are about 0.000, 0.000,-000.000.000.000.1
000.000.000.000.1 0.000,-000.000.000.000.1 amperes per square
centimeter. The negative currents
never exceed 0.000.000.000.000.001 am amperes
peres amperes per square centimeter..

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert won
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.

IL ALE X A N D E R
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ntractor in the city.

The Best Prices on
FRESH MEAT FISH and
POULTRY
at
Freeman's Market
ACADEMY STREET

Sympathy With Sufferers.
Probably nothing is more stimulating
and genuinely tonic to sufferers, espe-;
daily those with chronic ailments, than
the feeling that in spite of their own
helplessness they themselves can still
be helpful to others. The Shut-In so society
ciety society in this country has made life
more bearable for many persons who
are confined to their rooms or their
houses. Nothing disturbs a certain
class of patients so much as to be con constantly
stantly constantly In contact with those who are
In good health and strength and whom
they can scarcely help but envy. To
be brought into touch with those for
Whom they themselves can feel is a
precious source of consolation and up uplift
lift uplift Pity Is a luxury to be enjoyed,
but no human being likes to be pitied
or to feel that he Is an object of pity.
To be conscious of some advantage in
one's situation over that of others is of
itself an alleviation for many sick sicknesses.
nesses. sicknesses. Journal American Medical As Association.
sociation. Association. ;
An Ornithological Curiosity.
Jane Ann had called, on her after afternoon
noon afternoon out. to ee her friend Matilda.
The hitter's mistress had Just pur purchased
chased purchased a parrot, and Jane Ann was
much interested in the bird. "Birds
Is very sensible," she said; "you kin
learn them anything I used to work
for a lady that had a bird in a clock,
an when it was time to tell de time of
day it used to come out an' say
Cuckoo jest as many times as the
time was. "Go 'long! You don't say
sor said Matilda incredulously. "Yes!"
replied .lane Ann. "And the most
wonderful part was "that it was only a
wooden bird too! London Globe.

A Unique Symbol of Freedom.
A curious custom is observed in the
Tillage of Great Bookman. Surrey.
England- When the wife of a trades tradesman
man tradesman goes off for the usual summer
holiday to the seaside one or two ex-

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with E. C. Jordan & Co.

brooms in the chimneys as a sign that
the head of the house has the super supervision
vision supervision of the domestic arrangements
in addition to his ordinary work.

ST. GEORGE HOTEL & CAFE
. First class accommodations for
colored. 210 South iMagnolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and night.
. .31. F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor

Ola snoes maae new; sewing your

soles on a specialty. Taylor's Re

pair Shop, 415 N. iMagnolia street.

Her Lack of Tact.
M1sj Sonlsby has not a particle of
tact.
"What ha stap done now?
"The other evening when Mr. Js
gles. who is notorious for not paying
his debts, asked her to sing she went
to the piano and sang Trust Him
Not! "-Pittsburgh Dispatrh.

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Source of His Talent.
That bis 'financier boasts that

can takn every man's measure."
That's hern use he began llf a
tcllor's assistant- Baltimore Ameri American
can American

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TROUSERS

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OCALA FRATERtJAL ORDERS

LIRION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge tco. 19 F. &
A. M.f meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings or each month at
7:50 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. CM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

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meets at JSTonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. .M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin. N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

We have for sale large lot with handsome honie on Fort King Avenue,
which mast be so)d within next sixty days party has to have the money money-Better
Better money-Better see us quick. ;
' We 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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Ocala, Florida

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
or America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening or
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every (Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. J Ad

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. l;

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every month : at

fourth Friday

7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brojra, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.

Domestic Oialogto.
Wifn -Ic-itv C Von needn't speflk to
ep fir m iiiontli. Husband Then yon
vz f f havp finished talking by that

Mr wUtt cripples learni t

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. tyy, L. O. M
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p.' -u
Visiting brethern always welcome o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
. D. Rooney, Dictator.

COUNTRY PEOPLE

WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY

Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in charge of the library,' which now
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know, that they
are welcome to come to the librarv
at any time and read the books. Also
that there are a ,'arge number of
magazines there tQ be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have heen given by different persons
who have finished with them.

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CHILDREN

I was liv-

Three years ago when

had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it bene benefited
fited benefited him at once. I 'find it the best
cough medicine for children because
it is pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it," write.s 'Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and may
be given a child as confidently as to
a adult. Sold by all dealers. ad

WOODIEN OF THE WORLD

Fct King Camp No. 14 meets at
the.X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitinp
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden. C. C.
Chas. li.. sage, Clerk. Ao

OPEN DAY. AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte aDd lunches
at any hoar. Adv.

DON'T DELAY TREATING YOUR
COUGH
A slight cough often becomes seri serious,
ous, serious, lungs get congested, broncial
tubes fill with igneous. Your vitali vitality
ty vitality is reduced. Ycu need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-CHoney. It soothes your
irritated air passages, loosens mu mucous
cous mucous and makes your system resist
colds. Give the baby and children
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to help them." Only 25c at
your druggist. tu-thr-frl-wkly

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Furniture, Piano3
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BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Planter
or CeiUnj; In
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New Hospital fcr Korea.
A hospital, is to be erected
Pyeng-yang, Korea, by the board of
foreign missions. It Is estimated that
It will cost about $10,000. A part of
the money required Is already in hand
and other funds for tliis purpose have
been, subscriber!.

And They Obfected.
Financier "What's all the hubbub
in the directors' room?" Steno
"Some wise, minority stockholder Just
found that the office cat is on the pay payroll
roll payroll for $3,000 a year under the same
of T. Feline.

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We Aim

To He Upright in Our Dealings
We Put
OUR -31 EATS UI RIGHT
iMaklng it Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM

PHONE 10F

Next to O. K. Teainrt Grocery.

Ii Yon Ml TaliK Enongli ol Our Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
Wo will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too- for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which 2s a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
eala Me &. 'PacMeji Co.'

O ACCURACY SECURITY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,;
OCALA, FLORIDA
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Copyright. 1913.
By Heiketh Pri chard

.Toe lookt-d up. Tbose pelts mark
ed?"
"Yes. My mark's on some seven
pricks of a needle." r ;
"You're, looked around the house to
see if be left anything?
"Sure:" Sally put ber hand in her
pockets
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"Only tliis. She opened her hand
and disclosed a line cartridge.
Joe examined it. "Soft nosed bullet
for one of them fancy English guns.
Where did you find it?"
"On the Hour by the table
"Hub!" said Joe. and. picking up the
lamp, he began carefully and method methodically
ically methodically to examine every inch of the
room. t
"Any one but me been using tobacco
in here lately?" be asked.
"Not that I know of, replied Sally.
"A cool hand,' said November.
"When hed got the skin he stopped
to fill bis pipe. It was then he dropped
the cartridge it came out of his pock pocket
et pocket with the pipe, I expect All that I
can tell you about him is thaf be
smokes Gold Nugget he pointed to
the shreds "and carries a small boro
make of English rifle. Hello! Where's
the old bitch?"
"Old Rizpah? 1 dunno, less shes
gone along to Scats place. Ruby'd
raka her If she could, sba's that scalrt

of the woods, but Rlzp.nh's never left
Danny before."
Joe drained his cup. Wve not,
found much inside the hou?e," said be
"As soon as the sun's up we'll try our
luck outside. Till then i guess wed
best put in a doze.' 1
Airs. Itoue made. up a shakedown of
skins near ie stove and disappeared
behind the deerskin curtain.
When 1 awoke next morning: it was
to see, with some astonishment, that
a new personage had been drawn into
our little drama of the woods. A dark
bearded man in the uniform of a game
warden was sitting on the' other side
of the stove.
"This is Game Warden Evans. -Mr.
Quariteb." k she said. "He was at
Scats last night. There he heard
about me losing fur from the traps and
come right over, to see if he couldn't
help me."
Having exchanged the usual salnta
tlons. Evans remarked good bumor bumor-edly:
edly: bumor-edly: j-;.---. ;-
'Novembers out trailing the robber.
Him and mc's been talking about the
black fox pelt. Joe's wasting his time
all right. I can tell him who the
thief is.' ; v
"You know!" 1 exclaimed.
Evans nodded. "I can find out any
-time -::-;v:'.v: ; -'VM'
"How?"
VCare to see?" He rose and went to
the door. "Guess Joe missed it" be
said, pointing with his finger.
1 turned in the direction indicated
and saw that upon one of the nails
which 'had been driven into the door of
the cabin some bright colored threads
were hanging. Going nearer I found
them to be strands of pink and gray
worsted, twisted together.,

"What d'you think of that?" asked

Evans, with a heavy wink.
Before I could answer Joe came Into
sight round a clump of bush on' the
edge of the clearing.
"Well, called the game warden,
"any luck?"
"Not Just exactly, he said.

"What do you make of that? asked
Evans again, pointing at the fluttering

worsted; with a glance of suppressed

triumph at Joe.

"Huh!" said November. "What do

you?"

"Pretty clear evidence that ain't it?

The robber caught his nccker on those
nails as he sllnped out We're cettlmr

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saved is money made, if you trade at this store.
'May THe Best ;ValrMin- Out"
We have Solved the Problem of the High Cost
of Living, and the answer is,
"Always Trade at this Store."

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his pipe, and a pluk and gray necker.

Fuid a chap that owns all three. It

an't be difficult Wardens have eyes
in their heads as well as you. Novem

ber.

"Surer agreed Joe politely, but with

an abstracted look, as he examined the
door. "You say you fouud It here?"

"Yes."
"Huh r said Joe again.
"Anything' else on the trail ? asked
Evans, -.
November looked at him.' "He shot
Rizpah." ;
The old dog? 1 suppose she attack attacked
ed attacked him and he shot her.
"Yes. he shot herfirst'
"First? What then?"
, "He cut her nigh In pieces with his
knife. ; : ;
Without more words Joe turned back
into, the woods, and we went after
him. Hidden in a low, marshy spot
about half a mile from the house, we
came upon the body of the dog. It
was evident she had been shot -more
than that the carcass was hacked
about in a horrible manner.
"What do 'you say now, Mr. Evans?
inquired Joe.
"WThat do I say? I say this: When
we find the thief we'll likely find the

marks of Hizpah's teeth on hi

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Large Florida Pecans
per pound -203
Best -'English. "Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil Xuts, best 1X0. I,
perlpound 18c
Fresh California Raidns,
per pound v. . -15c,
Two pound for. . . -25c
Large Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per, doz. Go
Horaeniade Cane!;.-, C, .i
every da3, rcr ; i 10c

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Come in and meet your friends
Leave your small parcels in our care.
Use our telephones.
Come in and rest;
Use the store for your convenience
what's here, yon put here and
you're welcome to make the store
your headquarters.
Try a cup of

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Mlt's my business to find the man with
v the pink necker

I That's what made. him mad with rage.

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Rone's cabin. While we were eatins
Evans casually brought but a scrap
of the worsted he had detached from
the nail outside. .
"Seen any one with a necker like
that Mrs. Roue?' he asked.
. The young woman glanced at the
bit of wtooI, then bent over Danny as
she fed him. When she raised her
head 1 noticed that she .looked very
white.
"There's, more'n one of that color
hereabouts fikely she v replied, with
another glance of studied Indifference.
"It's not a common pattern of wool,
said Evans. "Well, you're all 'wit 'witnesses
nesses 'witnesses where I got it I'm off. It's
my business to find the man with the
pink, necker."
Eans nodded and swung off through
the door.
November looked at Gaily. "Who Is
he. Sally?"
Mrs. Rone's pretty, forehead pwk pwk-ered
ered pwk-ered Into ta frown. "Who?"
f. "Pink and grey necker," said Joe
gently.
- A rush of tears filled her red. brown
yes. ;
"Val Black has one like that I made
it for him myself Jong ago."
. rAnd he has a rifle of some English
make," added November.
Mrs. ''Rone started. "So he has, but
I never remembered that till this min minute!"
ute!" minute!" She looked back into ,be's gray
eyes with Indignation. "And lie smokes
Nugget all right, too. I know it. All
the same, it isn't Val!"
"It's queer them bits of worsted on
the doornails." observed Joe judicially.
Her color flamed for iv moment
"Why queer? He's been here to'' see
m us more "n once this time Lacks,
The nails might have caught his neck necker
er necker any day." she rVtorted. 4
"It's just possible, agreed Novem November
ber November in an unconvinced voice.
"It can't be Val!" repeated Mrs.
Rone steadily. When we were out
of sight and of earshot I turned to
November.
"The evidence against Black is pret pretty
ty pretty strong. What's your notion?"
Can't say yet. I think we'd best
join Evans ; he'll be trailing tHe thief."
We made straight through the woods
toward the spot where the dog's body
lay. As we walked I tried again to
find out Joe's opinion.
"But the motive ? Haven't M rs.
Rone and Black always been on good
terms?". I persisted.
Joe allowed that was so and added.
"Val wanted to marry her years ago.
"But surely Black wouldn't rob her.
especially now that he has his chance
again."
"Think not?" said Joe. "I wonder!"
After a pause he went on: "But it
ain't hard to see what'll be Evans
views on that. He'll say Val's scared
of her growing too independent, for
she's made good so far With her traps.

: and so he just naturally took a hand to

agin Val won c oremi cowu rcr want cr
motive."
"One question more, Joe.. Do ycu

really think Val Black 13 tha cullty
man?"
November Joe looked up vith hi ;
quick, sudden smile. "It'll be a choc'.:

to Evans if he ain't, said he.
, Very soon ve struck the robber's
trail and saw from,a eecond line oZ
tracks that Evans was ahead of nu fol following
lowing following it
"Here the thief goes," said Jco.
"See! He's covered his moccasins with
deer skin, and here we have Evans
tracks. lie's hurrying Evans is. He's
feeling good and. sure of, the man bo's,
after." ; v

Twice, November pointed out fzint

sign3 tnat meani noxnicg to me.
'Here's wherek the robher stepped to
light his pipe. See! There's tir; m :r!;
of the butt of his gun between thczs
roots. TJ;e snow's thin there. Muct
'a had a match, that chap," he mil
after a minute, and," ttandir v.ith ki
back to, the wind, he made a fcllht
movement of hU hand.
'"What are you doing?" I as!;t I.
"Saving myself trouble." lie tcrr.-.-d
at right angles "and began" rcarcLIn;:
through the trees.- "Here U 1?. Hun-r
up in a snag.' Seadog match he u: d."
Then, catching my eye, he went on:
."Unless he was a fool he'd liht hU
match with his face to the wind,
wouldn't he? And most right handed
men ud throw the match thcrebout.
where I hunted for it"
WcTI nn in thn nffprnoon tfie trail led

oat to the banks of a wide and shallow
stream, into the waters of which they
disappeared. Here we overtook Evans.
He was standing by the ashes of a fire
almost on the bank.
He looked up as we appeared: "That
you, Joe? Chn p's t ook to the water."
said the game warden, "but he'll have
to ilo more than that to shake me off."
"Chap made this, too?" inquired
November, with a glance at the dead
fire. -
, Evans 'nodded. ;WaIked steady till
he came here Dunno what he lit tha
fire for. Carried grub, I Vposc."
"No; to cook that partridge," cald"
Joe.
I glanced Evans, Ili3 face dark darkened.
ened. darkened. Clearly thb did not please him.
"Oh, he shot a partridge?"
"No," said Joe; "he noosed it bacli
in the spruces there. The track cf ths
wire noose is plain, and there v:b
some feathers. But look here, Evans,
be didn't wear no pink necker."
Evans annoyance passed off eud eud-deniy.
deniy. eud-deniy. "That's funny," said he. "for
he left more than a feather and the
scrape 'of d wire." The game warden
pulled out, a pocketbook and showed
us wedged between its pages another
strand of the pink and grey wool."- "I
found it where he passed through,
those dead spruces. How's that?"
I looked at Joe. To my surprise he
threw back his head and gave one of
his rare laughs.
-Well,' cried Evans, "are you still
sure that he didn't wear a pink
necker?"
"Surer than ever," said Joe, and be-'
gan to poke in the ashes.
t Evans eyed him for a moment, trans transferred'
ferred' transferred' his glance to me and winked.
Before long he left us, his last word3

being that he would have hi3 hands on,
"Pink Necker" by night

(Continued Tomorrow)-

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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, "WEDNESDAY, NOV, 23, 1014
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OCALA

OCCURRENCES

(Mr. C. A. Pound of Gainesville is
at the Harrington.

Chrysanthemums i for sale for
Thanksgiving, from 50 cents to $3
per dozen, at the green house. 252t

WEATHER IlE POUT

All prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and -with absolutely fresh
drugs. 2-6t

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F.G. B.

Weihe, official observer or the
ernment.

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Hill is a
Hall.

IV Kimbrough of Center
'guest of the 'Harrington

Whole wheat bread made under a
new process, wrapped In checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and, 10 cent loaves.' If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. 17-tf

We are selling Stock md Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or -ouets paclcagefj at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

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airs. Joe 35. Trent of Knoxville.
who lias been In the city sevjral days
oonilbir ing ttiidness wSfch pleasmre,
left this morning for home, stopping
in uaia?3ville for a few flours en
route.

Now la the time to plant 'Rye for
posture Ocala eed Store. 10-1-tf

'They say the food aad service at
tho Ocila. Mouse dining room is fine.
The proof o! the pudding is in chew chew-In.?,
In.?, chew-In.?, the bag. :- 23-tf

Candy, cigars and soda at Gerig's
drugs! or?. -Talr groun is. ; 2 3-tf

Purity is p iramoum- Yoi ret ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY 4n dru;js compound
ed. Into voir prescriptions her?
Bitting &'Kright, druggists 1 0-31-tf

' ; Mr.5 D. rV. Torn-k ins, nbo is ia
'charge y( the 'bird supper t ls given
at tho LU ?thodi!rt. c aurcEj Friday
, 3i!.ght fcy -the busi.noss mm'sj class,
as$ks tf jit all members who ban do so,
tutsisl; firitbthe hulking of tfbe. -wary
quail nd; 4ove tomorrow; jaaid' Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Man havo already signified
their intention of doirg sc, hut Otfrl
'Tompkins snants no short igo of ra rations
tions rations or this important oo;ision.

Nov.
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Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, except rain tonight extreme
northwest portion ; light northeast
winds. ' - .'

BUY A BALE

I do not say, because, cotton is not

my Jbusiness, but I do call the at attention
tention attention of Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac

co Ch ewer, who huys a pound of my

for 40 cents (wliich equals fifty good I

cigars) to the fact that you will find

pipe smoking a pleasure. Or if you

are fond of chewing, you will find
this tobacco .pure, unadulterated, be

ing my own xroduct, the clippings

of my cigar factory cut up and the

dust abstracted therefrom, and con containing
taining containing a combination of pure cigar

leaf tobacco that costs as high as

A a pound. A trial will convince
you This tohacco 4s put up in 2, 4,
8 and 16 ounce packages.
Yours truly, ..
Eli TROPI CO CIGAR FACTORY
, pHARUES PEYSER,
10-28 Proprietor.

THE MARKETS

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COTTON

iNew York, Nov. 2 5 Cotton was
steady today, one to three point3

lower. December 7.22; March 7.52;

3fay, 7:G2. CLiverixvol quiet, middl

ing 4.43.

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Everything fn the drug line at
Ge rig's store on the fair grounds. 23

v Appetizing lunches, sandwiches
and hot coffee, 'tea and cocoa are, be being
ing being served at the fair toy the ladies
of the (East -Broad way Christian
chuTch.. 24-3t

CiLshiir Moss is Miinjr; AIm a VU

Stuck of Cash
Dunca.i tMiss., Xov. 25, The hler

chants & Planters Eank was' today

placed ii ilie ''hands cf'scie bank ex examiners:
aminers: examiners: x hen it "became known that
Cashier D. W. CIoss had left-the city
with 100, 000, of bank funds. It is
helievel Gloss, has. gone to Chicago,

VERDICT IS WITHHELD

W. :K. Lane,' M. D., Physician
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ea Nose
and Throat. Law Library Bidding,
Ocala, Fla.

Hot drinks of
Court Pharmacy.

all kinds at the
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Real coca-cola served s,at Cerig's
fountain at the fair grounds. 23-tf v'

: C LOB UNO OUT ODD. AHNTD EuXD
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
KREGER'S.

Pennans. and pillow
styles, at KREGER'S.

tops, iatest

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During the four days of the iMar-

ion-Surater Fair we will give 10 per
cent discount on every purchase
made. 'Little's Shoe Parlor. 9-tf

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KIMBALL
Sun hjiomf Enorae

UNCLASSIFIED AOS
Lost Found, Vanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local llees

ECONOMIZE on
YOUR GROCERIES
By trading with the Ocala
Cash Grocery .Company. V
Every package guaranteed
FULL WEIGHT.
A FEW SPECIALS
3 Lbs. Best Rice. . 23c
1 Lb. Bliss Coffee .30c
Pint Good Florida Syrup Oc
Irish Potatoes, peck. ........ .26c
5 Gallons of Oil ..... 60c
BACOX, er pound ......... .16c
Cheese, per pound 20c
Lima Beans, per pound 10c
Quart Good Florida Syrup. . .20c
Quarl Good Vinegar; .'. ...... .10c

EVERYtHING CHEAP FOR
CASH

FOR 'SiBNT Eight room cottageS,
iJuw; hack of residence of iMrs. L.
.Home on Oklawaha avenue. L,
N. Green, Ocala. ll-23-6t
JlAMrnED We fsrant to give you a
Thivnksgiving dinner at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. Be our guest.
Ask us about it. English Woolen
.Mills, Carn (building. 19-5t
IFOUND A way to get your Thanks

giving dinner free at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall hotel. Ask us about it.
English tWoolen Mills, Cam build

ing.

l'9-5t

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

W ANTED Three unfurnished rooms
hy young married coupl. CMust
be close in and In desirable neigh neigh-horhood.
horhood. neigh-horhood. Address care Star, dh

FOR RENT -Two or tree furnish

ed rooms for Uht housekeeping,
just north of postoffice. Large
rooms and 1 reasonable rates., 206
( North Main street., or see 5McIucas,
at Ocala House barbershop. 16-6t
FOR SALE Young, rat turkeys 20
cents per pound delivered any anywhere
where anywhere in the city Address John
Foglestrom, Montague, Fla. 18-6t

Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala JHomse? You'll never know

how coot it-is till youdo co, 23atf

iBrttce IMi2ffert. always a swide

awake hustiler for 'Mar ion county, is
spinning around these busy days in
a slick dflack roadster, -which is
nothing ; awre than his Fo rd that
has probab"Fy traveled twice the dis distance
tance distance of anprf in OcaJla, thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly oyerhaafed, pith an a la "Bruce
made- hody Tpe ..speed of the car
was demorstraf ed yesterday 'when
Mr. Meff er t traveled to and hack
from Leesburg !n three hours, tens-

acting hu&lhes3 IwOiile in Lake coun-

xy. :..-:';

The only "(Hotel on the Square'
now offers i you tho service of its
dining roo:n. Yoall come again if

you try it.

23-tf

We alvays have on hanu, a fresh
supply of he famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t ll

Probably the -most complete ex exhibit
hibit exhibit on the grounds at the tMarion tMarion-Sumter
Sumter tMarion-Sumter fliir is that of Knight and
Lang's agi-icultui-al machinery. (Mr.
W. L. aicSlean is in charge of tit, and
if there ii; anyth'iaig that he cannot
explain about tftte Mollne or Inter International
national International lines of farm tools it hasn't
yet been oalled' to his attention.

Coroners Jury at 3lariaima Will Not
Announce Decision Until
Grand Jury 3Ieets
Marianna, Nov. 25 The coroner's
ury has completed its Investigation
of the reform school fire, init no. ver ver-dicV
dicV ver-dicV as rendered, so it Is under understood.
stood. understood. 'Govenior 'Park. Trammell and

Attorney General West were in the
city yesterday and It 13 ainderstbod

that it waa at their request, (that the
rerdict 'was withheld until after the

meeting, of the 'grand jury on Mon

day next: 1 t ,v

The testimony of many witnesses

called 'before the coroner's jury

pointed strrongly to an .incendiary

origin of the fire 'Which last Wednes

day morning destroyed the "tfhiie
dormitory of the state reform school
and cremated eight or ten inmates

and attaches, hut at the request of
the officials this evidence is not giv

en to the press untiJ, further develop
ments h.ve -been hrought about.

W. il. aiil ton, chairman of the
btard, of managers of the institution
returned Saturday from New Yorkr
and.i'j in the city,1 hut the result o?

their, investigations is still rwithheM
from pirbllcatioa pending the .action
of the coroner's jury and the grand

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Look, for the fbig Rexall sign at the

(fair grounus. 2 3-tf

MACHINE REPAIRING

' I wish to call the attention of tho
ladies of the county and city .to the
fact tliat I now have an experience I

sowlm: machine renair man and If

word is sent to- the "Ocala Bargain

House or to mo personally he- will

call on" you "arid do'any needed re

pairing or regulating on your ma-

chine, no matter what kindoi; ma

chine you may. have. '.
Respectfully, B. Goldman,
11-2-tf r ; Ocala7 Fla.

, Why worry about your Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving cakes when you can have U3 bake
them, for you to'your order? Carter's
B?kery. 17-6t : ; -:.v '.

The Star regrets to learn tliat (Mr.

F. (M. 'Hodges, who has ibeen with the

Ocala Iron Works for some year a

and made -many friends in Ocala,

will leave tomorrow forhis old home
in Greenville, N. C.

FOR RENT JRooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished,
electric lights. 306 S. Fourth St.,
east. 20-6t

DCALA GASH GRQOERY CD.

Next to Burnett's
Fort King Ave.

Greatest Event
in Woman's Life

'All human experience looks back to
motherhood as the wonder of wonders.
The patience, the

fortitude. the sc.b sc.b-lime
lime sc.b-lime faith' during
period -of expectancy
are second only to
the mother love be bestowed
stowed bestowed upon the
most helpless but
most marvelous cre-ation-a
baby.
Women are quick

to learn from each
3ther those helpful agencies that aid to
comfort, and yet are perfectly safe to use
and among these they recommend
"Mother's Friend."
It is entirely an external application
flesigned to lubricate the broad, flat

muscles and skin that protect tho
abdomen: It has been in favorable use
for nearly half a century and ii known
to mothers in al-nost every settled com community
munity community in ths United States wha highly
recommend it. You will find it on al3
fa drug stores. "Mother's Friend" 13
utterly, harmless, contains no deadening
drus. very beneficial, veiy soothing and a
wonderful, help.
Get a bottle of "Mother's ri and" to today
day today at any drug store and write to us
for cur instructive little book to mothers.
Address Bradfleld ILegulator Co.. 312:
Lamar BMg., Atlanta, Ga.

."ANTED To buy a second 'hand

lounge, the springs must be in
good condition. Phone 44 8 after
5 o'clock. 20-6t

SPLENDID FARM FOR SALE

Very cheap for cash, or can make

some terms, or 'will trade on fair

terms for city property. See or
write J, H. Brinson at the court

house, Ocala. 24-6t

LOOK lVIEN We will teach the bar

her trade and give you a position
in a few weeks in our shops, Tools

Free. All for $30. Terms $15

, down and $lo in ten days. You

make money while learning. Write

us today. Jacksonville Barber

College, 8-2:2 W. Bay Street, Jack

sonville, Fla. Wed.&Sat

Full KLWT Single rooms, double

rooms and rooms for light house

keeping. Mrs. Perry, 19 Herbert

street. 25-6t

DESPONDENCY BtTR TO INDIGES

TION

-5lt Is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have Indigestion become
Kliscoiraged anJ desfondent..-' Here

aro few vrords of tiope and cheer

for them toy Olrs. Blanche iBo,Areri

Indiana. Pa. : "For years my liges-

tion was so poor that I vuld scarcely

eat the lightest foods.- It ried every-

things that I heard of to get reliei

but iintil about a vear ago 'when

I saw Chamberlain'fi Tablets adver

Used and get a hottls of them,ldid I

find the Tight treatment, X soon
gan to improvis ami since tailing a
&v (bottles of them my dige:stion Is
fine." For sale hy sill dealers. ad-
A WISE CHOICE

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TIIAIiILSGIVING BIRD. YOU EI.VOV ll.VVUZG GVZ:.,7? It"
YOU HAT NICE, NEW. TABLE OUTLAY. 4

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NOT OUGGIiE PRICES UP AND DOV. ::.
CUSTODIERS FAIRIiY AND r,QUAR::LY

WE k TREAT-AliB : CUR

this is why we have the co?;:tdi::;ci: OF
MUNITY. ( .)'' '

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FOUR HOURS FIGHT

Between Allied and Austrian Fleets

Reported from the Adriatic Sea
iRome, Nov.' '2 5. --An unconfirmed

dispatoh has heen (received here that
A ustrian and allied fleets fought a

ina-val' ibattle in the 'Adriatic5 Sea yes

terday lasting four hours. The re re-sults
sults re-sults of the engagement' were not

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POSLTION WANTED A com pete n

young wan wants a position as

bookkeeper or .office man; fine ac accountant,
countant, accountant, steady and settled, but
not a typewriter or stenographer.
Address Star office. 25-tf

"Go North 6y Sea

Merchants &' Miners Trans Co.

STEAMSHIP LINES
JACKSOrviViLLf
:-. to i---
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA ;
New Steamers, iow f ares. Bes

iservice. Wireless telegraph on al:

steamers. Through fares and tickeU

to all Northern and Western points
A.utomobile3 carried.

For reservations, tickets, etc
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.'

Ocala Hotel 'Sinn. Piroves He Made
No Mistake

A hotel man is onore subject to the

recommendations of this patrons than
almost any other business mar., but

Mr. Shaw selected Doan's Kidney

Pills -when suffering from 1 kidney

rouble. To prove thut he made, no

mistake in his choice, he gives a

signed report of his satisfactory ex-r

perience. Read it

T. M Shaw, prop., Palmetto Ho

tel, 608: (Magnolia St., Ocala, says:

My kidneys have long been my one

weak spot an'dvwhenever I caught
cold or over worked, it made me

miserable. Besides I had dull, ache
In my back and I didn't seem to

have any ambition to tio my work.

The kidney secretions were also, un

natural. 'Doan's Kidney Pills have

always put me. in good shape after

short use and I always recommend

them -whenever .the opportunity 'oc

curs." ' "w

Price 50c. at all -dealers. 'Don't

simply ask for a kidney remedy-

get Doan's Kidney Pills 'the same
that- Mr. Shaw had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Prop., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv 12

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax hooks for the payment if
1914 state and county taxes are now
open. 4
Be sure and h.ing 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 possibilitj'
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 payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2m Tai Collector 'Marion Co.

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-Merchant's. Cafe; A. C. L. depot j The city' tax 'too:.3 save n cpo i

corner. Aleals a la carte and lunches j for -.-aVmont of 1914 ta::. ta::.-at
at ta::.-at any oar- Air' : 1 j Oct. 1st. The law provide

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a penalty of Jo per cent., shell
added and collection enforced by

RE3LRIvABLE CURE OF CROUl
vLast winter when my little boy

Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon-jIt or seizure of personal property.

estly believe it saved his life," writes
Mrs. J. B. Cook Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the phlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most grateful

for what this remedy has done for

him." For sale hy all dealers. ad

- W. W. Clyatt,

" City Tax Collector.
Onlce in court house. I'l-G-U

a. of P. meet Monday night.

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