OOALA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY: NOVEMBER 2B;j 1914
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CROW D I ADD SUCCESS
THK "TJIIJUJ DAY
: THE FAII
The attendance' at tho fair th Is the
tb-lrd day toC'c a trig Jump and at an
early txwr ; 'the gate keepers ; and
ticket sjlle:ii Woame busy, and fiom
that time till we "trtnt to press the
peopl con Jaued t 6iter the gates
till the attendance ran trp o ja fi.su re
that -brought a pleas4 ;look to the
.faces of ; tlie fair ofadals. .Hie -people
began to arrive in .town very
early this morning;.'", coming :in jby
prirato conveyance-in Lxrge .nunibars
and on all the trains: "The j Ocala
(Northern was packed .to :, standing
room and the Palatfca train on; the
A, C. L.., arriving. at 9 : 30, "was'.' pick pick-edT
edT pick-edT Tiie other trains -all brought a
large number and many 'cars came
in from remote points in the county
an4 from adjoining counties: At the
fair grounds the scene -was a most
animated aae: there was 'plenty ; on
life and color and the big crowd wis
-well pleased. The exhibits all seem
to -look so much 'better with the
grounds and buildings filled. A!f
the concessionaries did a good 'bus 'business,
iness, 'business, the show people were busy all
day 'and the' ladies operating the
different refreshment stands -were
taking in lots of cash. TheJ races
were lively and excited much; inter interest,
est, interest, and over all, the day was, one
of those that are only seen in Flor Florida
ida Florida and "at their 'best only in Ocala
'By actual count there were more
than 100 motor cars parked arou'ni
the court house square and" on "the
streets adjoining this .morning, rAs
fast as one machine -wliisked away,
another took its place. In addition
to this there was i constant' -line of i
rarr. moving in each direction. .: Th2
traffic "cops" at the street, inTefsec inTefsec-tionswere
tionswere inTefsec-tionswere kept -busy. The number
of Dew cars was. significant. ' r, :
ATiAClirA COMING OVER
Good Atten dance Will be Here To-
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. inorTow from Gainesville
:.-X phone inessage ; to Seeretarf
Rodney from Mr. V'.' !I.: Pepper. in
Oainesville this 'afternoon said that
at yleast. fif ty autos full of Alachua
county h people would leave the 'Uni 'University
versity 'University City tonforrow morning for
the QIaribn-Sumter, Fair. .. -:
TRAGEDY ON "THE ?
, SAVANNAH TRACK.
Accidents. Mark Opening of. the Mo Mo-...
... Mo-... -torcyele Riices .-
Savannah, !Xo 26. The, annual
300-mile motorcycle race started at
"9 o'clock this morning, with .thirty .thirty-one
one .thirty-one contestants from all parts of the
country. John- De Montmiilon, a
rider on his way to-the track; .was
painfully Injured tby colliding with
an automobile, and
- Shortly after the
is out. "of tho
Cray Sloop, of
struck a three.'
Mooresville, X. C;
His neck was brok-
Ptirtty is paramount You eet ab absolute
solute absolute PURlTYin drugs compound
ed r Into your prescriptions her.
Bittin z ; & Knight; druggists. 10-3 1 -1 f
WINTER- : AFFLICT
HOT. V. TURKS Ail)
i tan Urn I ;iie, ?Xov.
Coaitanumi;iie, ?Nov. i'.e. iHeavT
snow jnd freJjilng w-eathe;' inTrans inTrans-Cauca
Cauca inTrans-Cauca ius and f (.Northern X-rmenla is
retard ing the f Turko-ltiiSisian cam campaign"
paign" campaign" Turkish officials Jidmit. the
Itussf ans are maintaining Iron tie.
positions, l J :: j.
Former Chieftain of Tammany
3 ried for the Second Time 4
- tXer ,Yorl:,: Nov. 26-f-2lichard
Croker, the former "Tammany Boss"
and 6lrisa Beblab Benton Edmond Edmond-son,
son, Edmond-son, Cherokect Indian princess, sing singer
er singer ami suffraf;Ist, -were secretly ?nar ?nar-ried
ried ?nar-ried liiis morning at St. -Agnes jafh jafh-olis
olis jafh-olis church. hThey wlll pass their
honeymoon alf Pahn Beach: V
r Waverly4 Tenn.; iNov. 26.--The
residence iof S.tobert Story was turn turned
ed turned tliis morn kg. Two infants: were
burned to death and their -mother
wasbadly Injured; T '
aiURDER -NE.R 3IA YO
I. C. Wal ker, Special r A gent of :" the
Coast Line, killed by jJ Bf Hall
, Alachua, Xiv. 24. News J bt'. the
killing of I O. : ; Walker, ai d Hines,
Sunday, night, was received ih ere at
noon, yesterday. '' The -body -a rriy ed
bspecial train at ;2 p. m A Mr. .Wal .Wal-ker
ker .Wal-ker had gone on a hunt with a camp camping
ing camping party and one of the members
f u rni slie d' the v. foil o wi n g ? accou nt of
the shooting." v. j 'jk
f Mr, Walkeri was killedas the re-:
suit of a quarrel; between; 'Mr.. Boyd
ati j; two Ethel's; J. B.; .'Hall an'd
tMcody. Hall and Qloody, it is alleg-eiVAarhreatened;to.':--kili..
Byd hai Mkewlse threaiefled them.
Sunday night while "Boyd -was at the
hunting: camp, which was located
only a f s v h jiidred yards f rdni his
house, lociy: and !Hall;.it is alleged,
went there 'hunting .for: him. :Boyd
and 'Walker ;were goodr friends and
Boj'd tcld; 'Mie inen at camii thcit the
two men had been to hiishouse hunV
ing him. After .Boyd f left the. cam p
f or home,, Mr; : A'alker decided to go
down and see.if.he could not be in instrumental
strumental instrumental sin avoiding 'a.-mlBeting
and possihly : serious resulisi V He
was taken f or Boyd h o we ver, an d i t
is said'; Hall shot;' him, putting two
leads of b uckshot. in his b o'dy, .One
1 jad Abroke ,ihis arm and entered the
body; the other -entered; the' Tight
si de, near t h e -back ran g! ng ju p war j s
and; co min g out o v er th e h eart." : -M r.
Walker, was, killed instantl'y- and
never moved arter: railing. He was
a' Mason and a Woodman. The ar
rangement for the funeral have not
been mad Mr. Walker leaves a
young wtie, .who as prostratea .vttn
grief. The coroner's inquest -. was
held this morning, returning., a ver-
of murder In the first degree".
- LAYER FOUND '.TROUBLE
Athens, Xov. 26. A wireless from
Mltylene Island reports that a Turk Turkish
ish Turkish mine layer -Which has been .work .work-ing
ing .work-ing in the Bosphorus has been sunk.
Candy, cigars and soda at Gerig's
drugstore. Fair grounds. 2 3-tf
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; ; J :;;;.FROlfl-WOW PRICES WILL RARICSE lorjl ,025 AWP UP
We will Cut and -Design" a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure: It vill be Made in Ocala by B. SCHER.
These Goods Vlll Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen House; Each Yard of Cloth Vill Be Stamped With a Guarantee
oBe Ail Wool.; '- : ' : :v ; ' .
WE W ILL ALSO CO N T I NU E TO W1AKE THEV.OiS--SU.ITS AND OVERCOATS
' ;Come-di'"you Big;-Fat Men, You 6 Feet.TalrBoys, You Hai'to'jRtllovsjWe Can-Fit You AIL'- 1
CIA'SHING 1)E1TAT .INraCTEI
. !:nV -iiussiAXiibx 'Tiiu ai-'-v
. I'r.tmgrad. Nor, f6; (Oflicial)' A
crukljing defeit rsi-a;i ;infllc"jed -upon
the 4?rei man s under 5en. von Mindeiv'
berg; on the eatire,:ront of the Vis
tuli and Warthe rivirrs, the Germans
rel.riating closely pursue:,, iby. the
RtiSfiaas. : The .rep sated at tacks of
the Germans tro- or fetk" through the
tftuttslan lines .north of.' .Ixdz have
The Russians advancing; westward
ifro:n the San river? are now within
twelve miles cf Cracow 'Ilie civil
population of Craccw are demanding
thaf. the city ho snrrendered fwithout
further hloods-hed.;' Thousands of
prisoners and many guns have- beenJ
captured iby thv victorious Jtussdans.
It vis nnoflicially reported thai th
German .Josses are etaggering.
PRECARIOUS POSITION FOJR THE
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Paris,, .Nov. 26?-A news dispatch
says the Germans i are facing disas disaster
ter disaster in Poland. Seyeraf divisions ven ven-turing
turing ven-turing between Ixxdz" and Lowlcz are
fighting furiously to escape' being cut
off 'by. an overwhelming Russian
army. An enormous -amount of pro' pro'-visions
visions pro'-visions has' already- been 4nken.
CUT OFF TOO
PFTltOGRAD C IxVlMS A GREAT
Russian scccess1: IX "'.
Petrograd, Xovi 26.lt is .semi .semiofficially
officially .semiofficially reported that-anentirq Ger Ger-army
army Ger-army 'corps has been captured bv.'the
Russians and -.another' annihilated.
Thirty-six 'train 4loads of r ti)risioners'
are already enroute to thej: Russian"
interior.'". !: :
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The1 best service and most reason reason-able
able reason-able prices obtain at the new dining
room, of the Ocala House. ' 23-tf
Jlr.i O. H. Martin, a 'write-up man-for Hearst's ."Sunday American of
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Atlanta in ,thi Htv ami will e-pt
WRITE-UP, combined of the business
OCALA STAR as the medium. v
'Mr Martin is an expert in the advertising'-business and comes highly
endorsed from other cities -which he has visited "and 'done like work, and
we -heartily recommend him to our business public.; v ' c ,:
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- Our paper next week will combine this special feature with other;
live news, presenting it in good style. t : r r
WE MAKE A
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SAYS HE WILL .MAINTAIN GOOH
; ORRER IN MEXICO CITY
"Mexico 'City,- yov.fie.The new
military ciymmancler,'1' 'C clone I Sal Sal-daao.
daao. Sal-daao. hras notifixl' th! foreign 4ip 4ip-lonjats
lonjats 4ip-lonjats in the njjee .OrGen. Zapata
"Gen. : Villa jdrat 'jorder rivin. be
bialntainet!, in t!i& .capital 'rity of
ei: wiU be shot.' Gal." Villa is ex ex-pected
pected ex-pected to; reach 5 SfexIC:S City tat an
Jr.U'ji to -Try fipTti tlwt Iir.t to
lRecov1! his ;ittSlJthori;tj
:j ..-Vera Crxlit, Xov; II G. General Cir Cir-ranr.a.Js
ranr.a.Js Cir-ranr.a.Js ciipected'ltcreUomorrctw to
'direct the tis.mpaita- for; the rcwivfry
of Vlexico City4 V'iom ; the an ti-Car-
-.ranra' forces., It "is reported ,tliat
Zapata, has restored order in Mexico
City, but Zapata & not.-yet there in
is -believed, Zapata and
Villa' 'have '.reach a'n. undea'stacd undea'stacd-ingand
ingand undea'stacd-ingand there is'littfe chance ot fight fight-Ing
Ing fight-Ing between them.;;: i It ;ls apparently
the 'lan of .Carraiizalo ivalt until
Vlllss army occupUfs tl: capital ;and
theii lay siejse to'.ii. -j
BATTLi: EXPECTED JT'TA3 tPICO
.L,;;an" Luis Potosi,. CN'cv. 2Q.'-!Sevs
of a battle at Tarn pi co betveer.' Villa
and Carranza forces is expected with within
in within the. next .twenty-four hours. Vil Villa's
la's Villa's army, is reported within twenty
miles of Tampico, . ;.
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FATALLY PUBNED AT FAIIIFIELT)
-- Gainesville "Sun; Information was
received here Tat-sdav of the death
Of the tllttle thre-yearold daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. 'E. : A. : lAustell of
Fairfield, jarticulirk.vwere ,not learn learned,
ed, learned, .hut it" issaidthat .the .child, died
from burns acci dentally sustained
seV era! .'days ago, and: the sincere
sympathy of everyone' will go! oat
to ; the lgrief-tric en; parents, this be-
ing their dr-Ij: .-ch;.ld.5 V '-., -
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I South-. Carolina.: R"st Proof Seed
.ojats for sale at the v Ocala'' ;.Seed
:3tore ' ;-;n-;. ; TU26-tr'--. '
During the; fovardays of ;the iMar-lon-Sumter
r air: :SiveJ will -give 3 6 per
ceht discount cn every purchase
made. Little Shoe '.Parlor, :9-tf':-
-:' v..- y; -f r.'r, ;.;!':-k Lv'j
-;::-; : -m v, t -m .;: : ;v :tv
..'The only -"Hotel on the Square"
now offers" you tlie serii.ee of. Its
You'll come again If
you try it;
.rut;iin" aTtrXctive' INDEX and
interests of,.;, Ocala
S P EC I A L'T.V: OP"
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CUNARD litXER TORPEDOED BY
A GERMAN SinIARIX: IN
THE ENGLISH CHANNEL
Lordon, "A'ov;. A German sub sub-marine
marine sub-marine stopped the Cunard liner -Me-Jachil,
ibovmd from SLiverpool to
illavre', in .he Uagiish' chamel or ordered
dered ordered the cjyw into sinall la it a and
torpedO'iyd the Lhip.- The crcv niade
Theni is an unconfirmed i. rumor
currcat 'that' the Xritfch 'oavcrtfl
cruirtr'Cy:3iric, a;fcrt.icr White iEUlt
liner,' 'h;is teen c-tis ,by tho Gcrmajiis
in thn .Ncruh Eca.f
hhot 'in ,'rir,ririrrn,iti
llLul IIOJ -1 t.lj'cfltyt
THE XEUTRAL RATIONS 31 AY ASK
JrlEEICA TO AEO THlSM
Wash in gton Xo . 26. That a n n-other
other n-other eiTort to. make peacewill .be
made: shortly is indicated iidrepoj'ts
current in .Washington todajl, Bwe Bwe-den.
den. Bwe-den. and Holland are makingkuggcis makingkuggcis-tions.
tions. makingkuggcis-tions. American minister 'Va! 3 E'yke,
now here o:a a vacation, will discuis
the situation with the presidaet early
ERITLSir STUCK OX FOOULIi
Great Need cf their .Country SeeonJ
to, their Intern tia the Gams
tixnaon, .cv, zo- lndienxttion
against lie playing of footbll l& ex
pressed by nearly the entire British
press becau 3e almost, no meh -snlistei
as a remlt of! recruiting rallies' at
Saturday's matches.- -s .' f .;'"'
. -'"it I time to eradicate the Voo1.ba.ll
cancer." gays the .Pall. iMall: pazette;
which: complains that not a -single
fman was recruited .at iJondoh'-s prin
cipal football ''match, which"" nvai g.tT
tended hy 5 15,00 0; 'spectators..
' A .-oolonet ;whos'ilost a son at the
frenf" 'Jiimself:A.-as returning ,to
Che firing liny, appeared a:t this game,
rays, the paper' and pleaded with the
men to ertlisL '
r "As a soldier,-1 ask you," ald the
colonel, I say come, yon r -country
needs ycu.'--- -".!
nils words iwerVjdrbwfced 'by Bhouts
whenthe k teams '.came on" 'the field
s-ay ithe. "paper, iwnlch -adds-that -in
other 'parts of; the country -the .rne
stoli d refusal greeted' speakers and
i ;recrultin z officers'.
The .EveningStandard'Says the'to the'to-tdl
tdl the'to-tdl result jof the-.oofjntry-wide: move movement
ment movement was one recruit.' -. .
. "Ts 'football such-a passion .that
nothing on earth can stop it?" says
the Standard.. "Vigorous youth should
be -persuaded that this Is not the
time for" the development of any pas passion,
sion, passion, save love of country-"'
" The Westminister. Gazette rays
t - -
there is only one way in -which the
: j foe tball' association can
! right in -the eyes of the public and
that -is, by discontinuing its pro programme.
gramme. programme. '
Burt's XInety Day Seed Oats for
sale at therOeala Seed Store. 26-tf
Mr. Arthur G. Keuster came down
f rom Martin this morning to spend
the day at the big Marion-Sumter
fair.; While in the city he' paid the
Star office a much appreciated call.
i ik. v" w 'I :r "'m. jr" .iff
had what: if::;
- .roi:;i:;o n
'Paris, CCcv. TI: .i'rench have
made some propter..! In the lArjcr.rio
disJjrict. At 'Vrcorcre in, Lorraine,
and in the Vcrje.s little is dcir:.
Heavy" fniT.- I:-.i fallen in the pa:.:3
of thn Vo ;
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J-',..-' V ''.;:. ' & 4UfcJI i ;:.- 'r.; J"
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rris. ov.( 2C. ThQ t,njr.rtl-
ment of Ihrrzz, by tho Germans con continues.
tinues. continues. "Ca '-the ''Alcno tha Ccr-
3n axis.. ;.atta::!5 e-d th'irench ;f 'sioidin'ii
r il;y, borttx cf Cclsscns, .c rr-
-n! i-'-t -''.J i V i.'"V.;: ,v ';-"??
fhere,;:;s r:; lull ;lnopera;tii p
Wcirt 'Flanders. - ': V
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Shattered Au trian Tercet C::htc :;;!::;'
- to .OioBerTians'ii-;:';
?dsh, .iJIov...- 2G,- Counter uttcx1-!!
hy Austrlims against the Crrfan l.i:
wing hav hcen rifrailscd. Tj'te en a-.
my along! 'the. iM-aritza irivcr (have,
been thrown hack, Prlsioners ttatq"
that the uV-'-.trians are dispirited, nr. d"
sc uth IaIke' wi:ir v
' South 9k::'e Weir, Xoy. 2,!.
.11 -CI. AlUnrtcsn made a -trip to C
Tucsday,if-" '(''' J "l-
iMr.'- a'ncf Mrs." George A, 31 ill.. c.
'Ct. i -Aug us tin e, cau-.e 'da v.-n . c:: yt
to -.inspect their eice' crovfrs h"r-.j.
They-. wero ;:!":d to; Bnd thc:nlii : .;cL
i:ne -snarci .inn were s".r v: :l
vith 0.tr-f: ::i::.opi:of Wein-Jj j..,
CIni. C. 0.. G: tcz, of South (Lale
. .Mr. U. ..3. Tc:ci,' the travtjilL 7 ..r,-
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here Blomlay and checked Uji- t.? hi hi-calofiicc
calofiicc hi-calofiicc and fovad evcrytiing lis
first, class -condi :o:i fMr. iMcJlca took
dinji-prIth'Mr. f.r.!d. Mrs? Gales.'
iMra.BlEhcp and 'gue.--ts .'?j.tnt,'thc
day with, Mr;, Gates Odonday.;
: Master Kaid Ero-vn will rsU:r:i o
liis'.home in Webster the 1? n:.' tL:I
week. vThe 'little fellow h: rained
in ,hn?i H'h n' -miiHi -tint, hrv ---.
air.'w'-Ii mis. Karl from here, c.v 1:
is such a .bright boy.
(lis -Ar. Blake and ncie, JIL
Ahniii B. ike, "returned S;,.turJr.y'
Weare glad to welcome them hoir--again.'
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;- tMr.Willjam Cr.ry spent the day .in
, l lady friend of .Mrs. Carey's .'r.d
P.ennjo'lvariIa Is visiting lier this
Montgomery, Mo., Nov. 26. In :i
family ..quarrel, 'Mrs. iSrtllle rRyr-n va;
shot and billed by her ron-in-Iaw,
1 5 aa c Strk 1 a n d , T"h o wa a si, 0 1 a r. .1
killed by another 'son-in-l'a-,, Tt- :
noie wncat oreau maae unccri
nev process, wrapped in checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent leave". If
you are 'a .sufferer from dyrpc; -A:-,
try this. Carter's Bakery, 17-tf
. We are' selling Stock nnd Pcultr
Powders and Medicines at hr.!f r'
Two 25cts or oucts packages at C23
price. Ocala Seed, Store ; 10-1-tf
TTTC OCAIiA K VEXING STAII. TIIUKSIXIV, NOVEMBER 20. iOI I
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WHEN THE FROST IS ON THE RUNKIN
Oil o ''''
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'. till ?aH riJ.t ?..!. J fr :
'wink of hi? voice
personally conducted train dre-R" m
beside him- Daisy Lylefcrd" lookea
curiously at the strange little, beazt, j-
with its "pathetic expression of un unvarying
varying unvarying patience -and strict detotion
"I never liad a pass over this roiKe,"
she said-1 :
I 1 though, it isn't, ekal to the lightnin
LA- 1 exprcrs fcr sneed: It rets there just
the shme and lays ever the exprc: b
3 Ir-. tJ-R'A : .' j. i., ;
Wilbur d. ::cGr3iT
I fl'fu -f I-'
A w tU v. l1 kiA w o w w
j.rt thy fit?
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(Cocyriffht by Daily Story Pub. Co.) burro aloa,i. a harrov," wlndin
HERE was' snow on ,th that ran across the foothills and a!on
peaks and. the wind swept the edge of the-canyon that opened
down the slopes and "skur-. darkly into the heart of the ranc. The
v ried wildly through the catii lun went suddenly behind the menu-yon.-
; tains and .night closed. dowr early
The train pulled out from '' here while-yet it vois day in tho vcl vcl-the
the vcl-the little mountain station ley., ,Over, in the eoutnvsczt f.aches
and left a passenger who l 0f lisiitninsr. sleamed ncroccf tlio pur-
stooa on the platform looking over at pie heightsand thunder rolled faintly
the southwestern Tange as if dropped up the canyon.
suddenly from another planet into an i "You must' not be afraid of cur
. i tmknown life which presented puzzles mountain storms. : They don't amount
;of bewildering character.-
"Be you Miss Lyleford?"
The girL looked attentively at the ;
shaggy face as-If with a view of clas: i
! sifying it and assigning it a plage m
!,the vast museum -of b.uman nature be-
fore admitting her identity.
am: You, I suppose, are Mr. 1
vMawyer?" ; ' 'K "f
- "Yas ; Tm Dick's pard."
"Miss Lyleford extended her hand to i
i him, "while a smile lit up her face bril-j
i-liantly.' : r,-j
t "I a.m deeply indebted to Dick's
pard," she aid. ;
: "No ; it's 1 t'other way 'round. : I'm
; owin' you for aIsht o things; rscre..
I l:;:r tl;s fcr; : ;
Wixt win:. in i i.:apl3 :.:c:;
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And licsjir tUs bifdsons9 clc,;zrsnd sw
ft 4i W
4 sum:, r c ;
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i::. ocr tl
O ptinipin pic' ..." -
' Within' thy I
Thecc r-:. Izo.o ."::inicr f.
The ncIJ cn sunchinct ;
i Have paLi their t;ibut;
.Vithin t:: fcrr.i I; c;::
For ell thssc thinfa cf r t'J s. s.-Tv7ers
Tv7ers s.-Tv7ers c-u-ht r.rd 1 1.-:.-.! lie! i 1
She clasped .her hands cad a look.
- o"( anxiety- replaced the smilD with
i wnicu sue naa greeted-mm. ; -v
"He will get;well?" ;
."Sure-rnow'. TThe sight, o' youd
1 VI 1!
'Tic j Lyleford !;.d
1. i . ii 5
d in the ESnrd ctr-tc:.-:
-y-Saa) W j .tr,V- t: of the ccop, coxt,.c .irncit islo :
"When tKe frost is on the punKin, and the fodder's in the shocK,- v
And you hear the KyoucK and gobble of the struttin' turKey-cocli,
And the clacKin of the guineas and th clucKinV of the hens, :
And thq rooster hallylooyer as he tiptoes on the fence; 4 : .V
O, it's then's the times a feller is a feelin at his best; r ; '
With the risin sun to greet him from ia rt of -peaceful rest, ; 4
As he leaves the house, bare-headed, ana goes out to feed the stopK,
When the frost is on the punKin, and the fodder's in the shocK
"I Shall Net 'Ce. AfrI
lift 1 "an
Wf. -VN ill
TrTAII III (11
HE pld-time spirit ot From north and from south, come the pil-Thnnlrsivlne-
"Ah. rim and guest.
. When the gray-haired New Englander
those were good old sees round his board,
days!" This, with The old broken links of affection re re-reminiscent
reminiscent re-reminiscent sadness. stored, -If
there was not -a lurk- When the care-wearied; man seeks his
. 9 mother once more,
Ing sentiment ror tne And the worn matron smMes where the
splendor of good-fel-. girl smiled before.
lpTrship, for the charm of simplicity This was' the spirit of old-time
and the peace that comes from a con- Thanksgiving. 4 :
tented heart, that marked the old-time
Thanksgiving, there wosld be no re-
' irmf fnr f Vi o omrtA rM Hnva that arfi
gone; But why can't they be con con-jured
jured con-jured back again that we might cher-
V ish' the generous spirit of that house-;
hold festival? :.
It is the character of the day that,
we would have back again the after--.
math of the harvest, with' its spirit
of joyousness,- the bounteous fea.s,t i
gathering together the family, making ;
sacred the beauty of home ties.
" 'In old New England a bustle of
' preparation began long before the ap appointed
pointed appointed day. The turkey, strutting in
haughty disregard of his fate, was
watched with furtive eyes and fed
vith liberal care. The pumpkins were
gathered and lay with faces upturned ;
to the sun. Vegetables, fruits',' nuts, j
raisins and citron were heaped in plen-.
ty upon the pantry shelf.. And within, j
the house was aglow in joyful, antici-j
pation of the coming guests a true
hospitality, not so elaborate as it was I
bountiful and not so luxurious as )
healthful, but replete with a rare
t kindliness and grace.
And when the feast was over; and
the long afternoon of sport and games
was spent, and the shadows of eve evening
ning evening closed round, the great assem assemblage
blage assemblage crowded about the huge fire fireplace.
place. fireplace. How gayly the popcorn splut spluttered,
tered, spluttered, how clear was the cider passed
round! Hearts overflowing with jol jol-llity
llity jol-llity and gratitude burst into son:
Ah, cn Thanksgiving day, when from eat
and from west,
: t a wrmtmmtmtmss
and Individual prosperity, as so 'often
implied, is to overlook Cthe greater
causes ol gratitude. Every now ?and
then pathetic f instances. bring out the
Heartfelt expression that. "if one has
health he has every thing.' v Position
and : possessions count for; little .com .compared
pared .compared .'to the simple retention of
health. S6,If a' man or woman today,
unblessed, by possession of the we'alth
'or prosperity; they, think -they ; ought
to have, will ponder uppn the bless
ing of health or. ypon the preserya-,
Ltion of the livegand health of, those
near aid dear, to them throughout the
year they mUst find deeper; cause" for
thanksgiving than ; any Tmere incre increment
ment increment in material things; ;; This Js; the
true reverence, the genuine v spirit of
thanksgiving: vr Y' t
: Bnt in expressing; .thisV spirit In
thahkgiving services, id gladness and
feasting, it must v&t be forgotten that
the true thanksgiving must come from
theheart, and will find its fullest .ex .expression
pression .expression in kindly act,- in- considera
tion of those .less tprttmate and in as
Bisting to make pthersequany thank
ful. v The thankf ulness that Js limited
to self Is ungracious and unworthy.
. Yet even; in temporal affairs the ria-
-tloh as a 'whole has, cause for; grati gratitude,
tude, gratitude, No country has ;beeirvlnore
blessed -with abundance of crops. In Industrial
dustrial Industrial arid v commercial -conditions
are normal..'TVV nave; been spared
from any; great disasters". As a- na
tion we are at pqage wlththe world.
The y census ; shows a. splendid
growth, V We face the future not only i
with confidence' but enthusiasm.;5
Anil Vin t e wt Vi rtTrt'
stakediis claim, m t other world ana,,
f filed his application with the land of-);
I flee up yonder. He wouldn't- want no
! land patent when he cbuhd, take out.
i the -patent for the happiness o Jest
j lookin' at you." : ;
f The winning smile, came backr and ;
; dimpled her cheeks' and filled each
curve of her. face with 4 ripples -.or i
lights :.:, V
,VA girlwhat can make sunshine out to much, 'cept to" lco! pretty. 1
o' all -the clouds around hereon take uttla : cuss vill t
the" grumps.out o'. any mac," thought rocliirx' hoc3.
"Dick's pard," looking at her admir
ingly. i' ; j K'-"'.'' 1 if ace that wc.3 dimly visible 1 by 11:'
'Now, -miss; we'd better mosey," he flashes of liht. .
said, .'fer It's; gittin' dark and the rbad-j "t shall not bo afraid cf.cnyth!" :
'long to;our place, isn't jist the "path, with you to take care cf-mo. I :c :c-I'd
I'd :c-I'd recommend a delicate, young lady member bow'gocJ you were to Lv;'.:"
to- take' when (she. wanted, a constitu-! ?'Sho now! I didn't do asytV.
tional to" brace up a rtin dbwn sys-' for him. r He' was mighty cccJ to
tern'. :Ypu ain't skeered V most thlrisa whcn I hit the slag pile; that ir, 1 5
are ye?: V ; ; ". ; ; : ,j J Vas down cn my luck, ycu Itsw"
- 1 don't think sb"..
4Nb,.J. should think, ir a river of fire
minded him of a vclco I:
Lr.ov -iiVay -back ia tlo yc
bovhood years when
.ith a girl in the ccl.c;.Ilcuc3
That voice had (irilk
She smiled up at tLo rugged, 11l
of it for yecrs,- c;rc
when he lay a'.rake
a 'soft vind sfccp t
tree:;. To his c,:r.t
1 nzi ii
l:r.vo criltcJ ov.; a
reel: lo nirl lr,:;l
. t ir i
rpcri into tlio hnr;
. V V. i
and brimstun was here and somebody
"v First American Thanksgivlng.
We have come to look upon Thar.fcs Thar.fcs-giving
giving Thar.fcs-giving ; day' as one pf feasting and
t pleasure. It; may; differ- from that of
out granasires, out it s not so" "very
far- from the customs of -the pilgrim
fathers who first ihstitutedthe custom
in New -England. Did you ever have
an account of the first American
thanksgiving? The Puritans were ac accustomed
customed accustomed to omber; religiphs observe
ances,' but .the spirit of -a new world
Ain't he proud? Seems like oegan to cnange tne method ofgiting
he knows he's goin- to be et by jour t&ank.s- Tne transition was gradual,
minister tomorrow! f
K I thrust upon them, in a very positive
TRUE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON
: r -r-t -r
Thanksgiving Should Find Its Best
Expression in the Doing of. Some. -V
To limit reasons for thankfulness to
mere material abundance, to national
.Thanksgiving in the South.
. Until the .middle of the' past century
f Thanksgiving" was .practically un
known in the South. In Virginia the
first Thanksgiving proclamation was
issued by Governor Wise in 1857.
"I Am Deeply Indebted to : pick's
Pard," She Saidi
yon wanted to see was over yonder
you'd go to that person."
"Then you won't mind a little run
like this. You see, we haven't any
railroad -to- our mine. Sometime well
have, when the workiri's is more for forwarder
warder forwarder and 'we're a takin' the rocks
out by tons. But it takes a time and
while we're pegginaway we've; got to
git acrosshe -mountains the -best we
can, and that's burro train."
The expositor of mountain, travel
gave a peculiar cluck, what hp callsd
"1 knov what you did,"
softly, and her voice was like
of -music across the wind that dii:ic:l
down' from the mountain. "He tH
me hov.you. were his friend when s
first 4camq to the minc3, a-'tcndcrfcct,
he: called It and how you 'kneckr-1
out. Big Stoker when he trici to piy
,pranks cz him. Then he te'd m
about the time you went pro;?ccu:: pro;?ccu::-together
together pro;?ccu::-together on the west slope.- It'secm
to' me that I have gone' over thpt trrJl
scores,, of tlme3. I have felt the dcrrrt
sun'blaze down on me till every drop
of blood in my veins turned to firc.x
"And .then the climb avay up tLa
mountain, stumbling over rcc::3 ar.
slipping on smooth slidc3 arid scaling
.almost vertical slopes, and then tl.;
top, shivering in the cold,, freezing la
the sharp winds."
: ; ,.Tt is a little -t ccldisililike nights,
waitin' fer the sun to rise; but, lordy!
ain't it a fine-sight v.hea she does git
up? It kind o' pays fer settin 'round
on top o the hill tryin to keep warm
by a brush fife that goes out'mos' as
soon as it kindles."
"Then that time Dick slipped .cn a
glare of ice and fell dorn the side of
the mountain into a .creviciv and you
crawled down and found him there
hurt so, that he- could, net move, and
you put your own coat around him to
keep him warm and "sat-against the
wind to': shelter ki?i from it. You set
his broken ankle' and nursed him
through all the days that he -was help helpless,
less, helpless, watching him day and night.
You scarcely ate anything in all the
time that Dick could not be moved,
leit the food that you had brought f-:r
the Journey should give out and Die Die-might
might Die-might : suffer. f Then, w hen he .v.x
able ta bear the motion, you carried
him In ,your "arras down to the plain
and to the little station and took care
of; him till hie ,wa3 well."
, ?'Sho', now! Did Dick tell ycu all
"He would have died that time if it
had not been for you.'
"That's nojhin fer'a man tD do."
v think it is a great thing for a
man to do. It shows friendship, and
I think that is ,not a common thing
world that' I
J i. ... 4.1.1
; tut it ell :
i a f, r, atovr
I it I iLiU
X If A t. t i
grander than v.x' :hd live cn tl: i
r,:on level.-'." ;
'"TaVn-'fi rift full'' nr'f i ('
fame olJ lad per. n!:.:,. no m.tt: r
they live nor v.lut tic I.-l
' "How do you know Lieut :
ft 'Y .. -,-'
""V.cli bad told mo wl- r 1
frcm, and then, vhen' I; .
hn kcrul, he tallied r.l.o.-t i
t!:ciir,ht mebbe you live! '
ho did. He dldrt talk 1 t
cl rnd I thought mebbi : i
his face u1
v. Ill cavi
the carl: tky.--'
"Yes, please God, we'll esvo :
They had left tlo narrow C
were on a hih plr.tcau.
"There Is Tcr.t Town-jut V
That is our camp. ,Wo have rt
yet. Will yon mind "r fi; f f-tent?"
tent?" f-tent?" "' r'
"I shall love: it. I novcr f tf.'
before. It will-b? r-ucli a r.'jycl
perience to live in on." '
:."Thr:t i his tenfth-t ids tlo i:r
in.it.' Away 'over then., vLoro tl'
clouds have' divided ar.i tlcre J 3
big, wbito star shining do. n onto' Ii."
They Used their czo-cu tho v.'l.'
tent and Eilcr.ce fell upon tl r.i nrl
they had re tie littlo cl: l.r
one next that cn
" "This Is' ycurs i:-it 'to 11:.
taking care of TIcl. Do ycu l
pink light -in tho 7ir::. ?
means he is better. I tell t-
that light in the window if ho v
that you might C3 It."
.She stood for a r:cr.r r;.t 1:
-doorway and looked over tr
east, where 'Thanksgiving C.y ..l .
dawn in a few hours. How fall c
gladness was the deep, dark-nijht.
. . .
TOE 60 A JLA HTA1L THURSDAY XOVEilBEn .23, -101-4
in value in other states, and populations become
intensified, there will be a movement toward
, Florida.-' ' 1 .'. ; - r
Every tenant in Florida, therefore, should be become
come become a landowner assoon as possible. .v-;
Every tenant should make a conservative in-
vestment in real estate. V ;
. Happy is the country which "has many landown landowners,
ers, landowners, however small the individual holdings, be.
Make a, reasonable beginning and then increase
your holdings with "-the increment of your first
purchase and an intelligent expenditure of your
A conservative investment and hard work will
bring a man a fair return. -.
' ' eeal: estate vV
Postofflce Box 473,
Ocala, Fla. ''.-
CHRISTMAS DIXXKR IX
'- THE BRITISH CAIMTAL
Said to Ik the Slogan of the Kaiser
Lcnicn.j Now 21. Remarkable
rumcrs re circulating in Lcnion
concerning the mans die Germans
expect t.-.- '.2e. in E-u'-"21'.
Guns wh'rb can ihcci across the
Strait of Dover, ."-submarine -trms-prt.-
capable of :. larAlng large" .';de .';de-tachmcnt3,
tachmcnt3, .';de-tachmcnt3, of-s ol I iers en ..the En gl uh
caast. 3ii I nbma riti e forts' song the
AISLE TO STAXI EXPOSURE
German Hear Winter Weather Bet
ter tlinn flie Allies
Taris. Xor. -o. The Germans! (
thow nb signs a; -alzij zla.2.rci v j
their -ossea :n Pianlers, ani dis dis-.at:hes
.at:hes dis-.at:hes frcm Berlin :e: forth J that
:ho German "ircoi:?, are far Irjtrcerl
c c a t are a m on th 3
to sand-'exnesura to the; coLl
himpercr u ui!
am crc? :ralnc I an I
clothed fcr, j j.t ..ia:h4 an emergen;
to crcncal 'i:sappearin -guns1 which
as haV.rg in reserve. -' r
ft Via f 1 n--v c r tt-x.
1 n. nr 1 v it v n
FH Ii "OYS
Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders 5 both large arid
small. :-&'Z:-'tP-: -vS:"' :':
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
raringfcrtificaticns cf; some sort at
north of Ostecd' and. not far from the
mouth of the;"S:iheIdt, has given ri?o
to man y alarming slcr!es. One-is
that '-caissons' are being sunk from
which, the Germans will Ce able "to
fire torp-e-loes. fThese caissens are
.sifp-posed o be permanent and of such
character that ,thej can also be iised
tween the 'seacoast and ?Londori.
can in an "emergency be raised for
.tse above the water..
ia. renewal of .the violent German of
fensive somewhere 3be i ween 'Arras
antf the sea.' If this fails, It is alleg alleg-ed?
ed? alleg-ed? that' 'the .Germans will abandon
.the attempt' and fall back m the
trcai'ches, ivhkh everywhere form a
network behind their advanced positions.
oiV'Frauce, frpn; loroeco
suffer greaily; :
The. fourth :'.coat!j treat "of
German tri:sisl now said "to be ii
Flaii iers, zzxi .thirCweek should s
- 4Chrjstraa3 dinner in London,' is
the latest slogan, of ; the Germai
troops along the Belgian coast.- Of Of-Ccenj
Ccenj Of-Ccenj and men have contEantly circu circulated
lated circulated the report that '.they expect to
invade -England.. While English offi officials'
cials' officials' have said little about a possible
invasion, there ,Tias been .no 'lack of
preparation to receive the onslanghta
of any forced cf -iGermans' .which
might manage to cross he twenty
mile3 of vaer between Dover and
Calais. : ."-W'u-O-;: :
Aircraft Fill the tfpper Strata j
-English aeroplanes and dirigibles
are constantly, on the .lert. The ssea
is fairly alive with, naval craft of all
descriptions. JMihes are carefullyj
placed and any landing in Englafl d
would doubtless he nrrade at terrible
cost. If s ich a laidingi;be possiblei
and once landed an enemy would
find -ccaE'V artillery; and every possi possible
ble possible -sort of obstruction standing be be-in
in be-in strage'tic 'points all along the coasts
W i re en t anglements and h r ea s t wor.k s
of sandbags har a.I, paths 'leading
f rom possle landing pTacesjto tHe
tops;'of;:tiiechalkyclifra which sur
round the island. Trenches for rifle-
'men land field guns have been-dug;
instrategic points all along-the coast;
'Hundreds of. thousands of yourig
soldiers have been giving practical
Poem of not more than forty line$ Ayritten on
liTH E OLD fsH I O W G B D EN S
.Carrying out the idea of. back toUhei gardenias va
means of reducing the high tibst of living
. To anyone writing on the -adore., subject either poem or vpros'e,
and failing to get" first ox second premium, I-.rwilI ;give$ 10 All- prer
- miums to apply as first payment on one of those 100 lots in Ma Marion
rion Marion Height-. Remember, J ap;; giving iree one $ 1.0 00'.-house and
lot to the purchasers of these lots. This contest will end Decern-,
ber 1st, 1914. Judges will be named later. ;
R003I AND BATH FOIt A DOLLAR AND A HALF
: Ocala, .Florida :
Restaurant with Moderate prices1
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOIL SERVICE
The only Hotel on the Square
England to the
othet; nd : the work, has beep all
d i r e ct e iAh y m-H ita ry '.experts, who
saw to it "that earthworks were erect erected
ed erected where. it was' possible they might
be useful in case sg me' great xlisast'er
shoujd 'befall the (English navy.
BUT A DALE
-I do not saj btscituse cotton is; not
inyune;''imVrI"-;dq'calI the at
tenUon of Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac Tobac-co
co Tobac-co Chewor, who buys a pound of my
El Trooico Havana Cigar Clippings
for ;40 cents, ( which etjuals fifty good
cigars) to the fact that you will find
pipe smoking a pleasure. Or- if you
are fond of chewing, you .will ilnd
this tobacco ipure, unadulterated, be being
ing being my own product, the clippings
of my cigar (factory cut up and the
dust abstracted therefrom, and con con-caining.
caining. con-caining. a combination of pure cigar
leaf .tobacco ; th.at costs as high as
$ 4 a pound. A trial will convince
you This tobacco is put up in 2, 4,
8 and 1 6 ounce packages- .
1 Yours truly. ;. :':
EL TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY
CHARLES PEVSER, -"
BEST COUGH IE:)ICINE FOR
: ' CHILDREN
"Three years ago when I -was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dreaJ-;
fully. Upon the advice of a dm 5 5-gist,
gist, 5-gist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Cham-oerlain's
oerlain's Cham-oerlain's Cough Pemedy and it bene benefited
fited benefited him. at once. I find it the best
cough medicine for children because
Jt is pleasant to. take. They do. not
object taking it," writes 'Mrs.. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, .Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no hpium, and mny
be given a child, as confidently asf'lo
a, adult; Sold by'all dealers. -r-ad
CUT OUT PAPER DOLlS
We. will give. to., the ladles :-and
children a .cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitt'ng & Knight, Drug
gists. v 11-G.
REMARKARIjE CUAtn OF CROUP
''. ", r'- l-A 5 1
; "Last winter when my kittle boy
had croup I got him u bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hQh-.
estly, believe it saved his .life writes
Mrs. J B. Cookr, Indiana. Pa. ( "It
cut the phlegm "and relieve! his
coughing spelh?. I am most grateful
for. what this remedy "has done for
him" For sale by all dealers. id
.Xo :s 'the- time to plant Rye for
assure. .Ocala Seed Store.' 10-1-tf
UfjdtASSjFlED ? ADS
lost Found, Wabtodv for Sale
For Rsnt arid Similar Local (Seeds
Just back of residence of iMrs. L.'.
Horne; on ... Oklarwaha avenue. L.
N. Green,, Ocala, ,lJ-23-6t
FOR SAL'E-Sawed ceJar
heart, any quantity.
; s Hyd e, ; Crystal River, -Fla.
WAXTBD Three -u h f n r n ish ed ro oms
'by young, .married, couple. Must
be. close iri'arid in desirable neigh-
borhood Address care Star, dh
v-. V-- x.LLw W ; Li
Vk'nfFSH.rl ft :tv A"' n : ,K n tri
- -- n n ra f r r- s r- 3
.. .. !f V' I J 3 ...,
: :. fc ltd t fcJ "La tei Xjjr V
U : H
i W Saw b
' ' "i
iv '.,-"';'.':' -.'oun.OKE of
V flV H'f! : -:0 -v-":TT. T Ox- ;:o '.ff O'rl .;-
I ii ulluiiL.iiyjj g j : iii (laiii Wti : : ddli up
Caniioti betdupUc'at c d M:tl cai a : In .Qiial I ty. .0 r
i iielprc;; yqo;, c!0:y0nr olicpplno! cal
fc- Vj..jv 0p If
FOR REXTr-rRboms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or. unfurnished,
electric lights. .306 Fourth St.,
110031 AND BATH FOR A HOLLAR AND A HALF
lKSIOXPEX'CY HIE TO JXUIGES-
Cniofice' of 5 :: Tw?isfc TFaliniS'
EJ3i?iiIiii smadl MD)ii:QMwes!l;
"DIXIE FliXER' 'DIXIE LBIIJ ED''
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LOOTED
Pullman cars from Chicago, St.
intermediate points to Jacksonville. .
' dintxg and observation cars
Louis, Indianapolis, lrouisville ant?
ST,1ND,UU RArLROAD OF: TIIE EOTJTII
A. Yi. FPvITOT, D. P. A:
138 W. Bay "St. Jacksonville Fla.
J. G. KIR1CLAXD, D. P. A., ;
Hillshoro Hotel, Tacapa, Fla.
It is not -at' all' surprising" that per
sons who have indigestion become
discouraged anc despon lent. Hero
are a .few" words of .hope and che-r
for them hy Mrs. -; Blanche.' Bower?.
Indiana, -Pa.: 'For years my diges digestion
tion digestion was so poor that I nuld scarcely
eat the lightestvfoods. It ried every every-things
things every-things that ,1 heard of to get reliet
bit until about a year igo when
I saw Chamberlaiifs Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and' get abottle of them, did T
find the right treatment. I 5o0n' 5o0n'-gan
gan 5o0n'-gan to .improve and since taking a
few 'bottles of them my digestion is
fine." For sale by all dealers. -a,i
Ca-11 4S0 for information "af the
fair grounds. .' Gerig's. 23-tf
VwXTDD-r-To buy:..av second hand
lounge, the-sp-ri hgs xnu st be i n
- good condition. Phone 44S after
-i.v5.o;clock.'-r.:: -::;,; 20-6t .,;
LOOK MEX We will teach the bar bar-her
her bar-her trade and give you a position
in a fewj, weeks in our shops, Tools
"Free. All for $30.', Terms $15
down- and $ 1 5 HIn ten ; days. You
f make money vhile' learnlngt Write
. us tolay. Jacksonville Earner
College, S 22 Bay Street, Jack--v
sonville. Fla. Wei.&Sat
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby givera to all. credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other -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 with-ir
ir with-ir two yerars from this date,' to-wit:
This 23-d day of October. A. D. 1914,
F. P. Gad son, :
" George Giles,
As AdminJtrators of the Estate of
Prfscilfa Cody, deceased. JO-28-wed
Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala 'House? You'll neyer know
how goot it is till you do -so. 23-tf
FOR, RE XT r Single rooms, double
; T rooms and rooms for. light house-
Mrs. 'Ferry, J'J HerDert
P0SIT1OX WANTED A competent
young, man wahtsa position; as
bookkeeper or office man; fine ac accountant,
countant, accountant, steady and settled but
; not a trpewTiter or stenographer'.
'Address Star office. 2 5-tf
3IOXEY TO LOAN Money to lend
in amounts from ?100 to $lo,000.
on improved and unimproved city
: property and farm lands. Inter-
est 6 straight. Interest paya
ble annually or semi-annually
.Time, tne to ten years. Appli
cants for loans will please detail-
ed descriotion of property offered
as security for Joan. We wanf
county representatives to receive
applicationsfor -loans: J appraise
f property, and serve as our exclus-
ive representative in states of
Florida, Georgia, SXorth and South
- Carolina Alabama, .Mississippi
, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Ten Ten-snessee
snessee Ten-snessee and Louisiana. Attorney or
" real estate man preferred. Give
two references. Write or. wire
Southern Office, Southeastern
.Mortgage Loan Association, Fourth
National Bank BniPing, Atlanta,
' M' lll Oji!!!iMi fii-'JI'V;! .f Mi :h
' CAITM.- -ST0CK.' .350,000.00..
Stale, County anil Clly 'Dcccltory.
Commercial Bank Block', on
Magnolia Street, West :
Post Box Local '-or
Distance .Phone, 22
111' If V i I
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t ft iA
Al now in business for myself. Conducting a IB! Chis re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
,is, ana as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what the public wants,'
and I am supplying: that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES V
Good Old Go Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs.
Good Old- 80 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon.
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
Make my place your headquarters while in the city; You will b3
welcome and be treated right at all times and on' every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."
; The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of It In bot bottles
tles bottles and on "draft.
mmm To m biz, Priopr:igr:rcn
Civil arid Architectural Erionecf
Plans, Specifications, Estimates. Superintendence -d
Construction of Steel, and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Pover, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
Paring, Sewerage Systems and Sid e vc I I:s
Ccala. Fieri din
THE OCALA EVENING 01 A It.
THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER 20. 101 ft
OCALA EVENING STAR
- PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
HITTING ER '& CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
11. R. Carroll, General 3Ianaj;er Port V."Leaven"Kdf Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
. La r : ; ; .
'.Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
SUBSCRIPTION .HATES ;
One year,, in advance.
Six months, in advance. .
Three -months, in advance.
One month, In advance..'.
Tlie tar Bees at least one occas occas-sion
sion occas-sion for Joy ahead. 'Villa and Zapata
are sure to light sooner or later.
It is reported that three American
dtizen3 were shot as spies hy ; the
Austrians at Cattaro a few days ago.
About the worst grieved set of pol-r
iticians in the United States are
those -who want to see a split, be between
tween between Wilson and Bryant, and don't.
The; Germans from their aero aeroplanes
planes aeroplanes are dropping among the In Indian
dian Indian soldiers in France pamphlets
proclaiming '"the holy -war" of Islam
against the Christians. "-.'""
Andrew Carnegie was 79 years old
Wednesday. He has -more coin than
he can coun", mt lots of men can
hive more fun with a five-dollar bill
than Andy can with all his money.
Richard C .oker, ex-chief of Tam Tammany
many Tammany Halls :1s. to be married again
today to a Mrs. Dickinson of Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, and thi couple will come to
Florida for their honeymoon. Croker
Is 71 years eld:
Leo Frank's lawyers .will appeal
next w-?ek to the United States su supreme
preme supreme court in a body instead of to
;:n individual justice. If lor noth nothing
ing nothing else, the case will be Interesting
"in showing l ow many Jejfal carls a
? smart lawyer can carry up his sleeve
when .there Is .money enough to 'buy
: new 1 Kicks.
The Ocala Star asks why a "rail "railroad
road "railroad junction is generally the god-ilo-rsal:eness
'ooklxig spot on the
t it ap" but you would not call the
"terminal station in Jacksonville a,
"function" nor -could you expect a
; led tq Jive 'la su2h a, place.-r-ftllami
'Reading between the ; lines,, this
;lcoks to us. like another provincial
;tfc rust .at. joyful Jax. ;
The people of txalnesviiie are
cJis?ussing the: (proposition of a ttate
-lir In their city. The couities
ivithin" fUty nxles of Gainesville" are
flti' most sel!'-suctK)rting and I 'the
IfkTlds, and lir there is to he a gen genii
ii genii ir state fair. GUnesville wi?uld be
11 very aippropiiats 'place to hold It.
: Judging from rohat we fee In some
-of our jsteenied contemparciries,; a
lot of poop'? who haven Vibeen tid
5n z on fSunnrilm lately have s 2d-
; d nly f cund out: 4hat train wati a,
ireat -con ven limce ?wliea. vff ran evir."
i'day. They 4 didn't use it much, imt
: :tihey Hked ta koiaw it'ima there in,
jae 1 h!y. vajitei to msh Hi: Wh Ich;
iilndly feeling dlcn't buy iay coaLfcr
e -eiglne. ; C' f ?
, Th r is aMerctnd for t.ie nam ? tjf
the di;pe which caused the insa lit y
hat 13d to the tmurder of fc, prtoxd prtoxd-tent
tent prtoxd-tent citizen of Florida. But If the
.Ulimtity .were established would the
.anufactiirer and "the -retailer he
-punished ? Times-Union.,'
It might at least save cne anau
fi"ora hectming a victim to the ssime
dope, and one man's life and another
man's reason are, or should be, ar
ticJes of value in America.
' .At. Venable of Archer -was greeting
his numerous 'friends in- this city
yesterday. 'Mr., Venable stated that
the Alachua county delegation to
the tMarion-Suniter Fair, Ocala, on
Friday. will he augmented by, at
least twelve cars from Archer, as
the people" of that progressive town
desire to show our sister county the
good fellowship -which obtains be
tween them. Gainesville Sun.
Ocala 'will have a large hunch of
glad hands for Archer. ;
1 The Times-Union (Short Talks di directs
rects directs attention to "our fair as fol
"The iMarion-Sumter Fair Is now
in full swing at Ocala and from all
kiccounts is "proving a big success.
Splendid exhibits have : been placed
5and Ocala is filled with visitors. Tle
program for fair week is the hest ever
'planned and is filled with interesting
events of various Mnds. Special at attention
tention attention has been given to preparing a
.fine racing card, and this feature has
attracted unusual attention. The fair
One year- in advance. . $8,00
Sir months, in advance. .:. 4.25
- Three months, in' advance. 2.2
One month, in advance:....
lasts through Friday and the rail railroads
roads railroads are expecting to have record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking crowds for Ocala all dur during
ing during the 'week."
MEETING IN OCALA
Quite a number of the members
of the Florida Vegetable tMarketlrig
Bureau have already arrived in the
city for the meeting of this body to
be held tonight at the Board of
-An informal meeting of a few of
tne leaders' m the (movement was
held at the hoard's headquarters last
evening. The proposed constitution
and hy-Iaws of the organization
were discussed, and it is thought
4hat in their present condition there
Will be little difficulty in completing
the work .when the members meet in
regular session tonight.
iDr. IR. T. Weaver, who has charge
under Secretary Rooney of this work.
is leaving nothing undone that will
tend to make the Florida -Vegetable
Marketing Bureau just what it is in
tended to he a boon to the growers
of the entire state. : '
Representatives of various state
trade organizations from the ex extreme
treme extreme western part of the state to
the Florida' keys on the south are
here to attend the meeting tonight,"
The Tampa Tribune hegs tne In
vestigators "to follow the trail of
blood to its source" by way of fix-
ng the responsibility for the loss of
ife at the sMarianna state institution.
To what jpurpose? How many such
rails have sbeen so followed only to
find punishment neglected and re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility evaded lest .there be
scandal? Do the citizens of Florida
desire that influential men be pun-
ishel for crimes committed and prov
en ? Times-Union. ;
This reads like an insinuation, that
the men higher up in 1 the ghastly
tragedy : may he (Whitewashed ; and
the Star would not he much surpris
ed if such was the result of the in investigation
vestigation investigation i :Y-: ''"".'; r.
The recent disastrous fire I at the
state reforra school in Marianna was
predicted iby the committee which in?
vestliated the institution at the. last
session of the legislature, provided
conditions then prevailing were not
remedied. The money asked for to
remedy thosa conditions was appro
. . ...
priatei, ana some one is
for th fire which cost ten lives. Who
is it? Gainesville Sun.
It ia jthe duty of the authorities
to find out, and if the blame is plac
ed, heavy, punishment should fol
low, gueh an Inexcusable tragedy has
seldom .taken place in ahy state.
Adum L. Boggs, the liami law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, who witli his daughter was mur-
dered at their home at Cocoanut
Grove Wednesday nighty was a man
in his prime and a leader ..at the
(Florida bar, .His daughter was a so-
ciety girl of .18. and was stricken
down immediately after returning
from a social eatherlne. She left
thA nynriv mffiTiiffht and the fire
was discovered at 3 o'clock. Mr.
Boggs was the oldest son of the well
known Dr. William A. Boggs, a
prominent Presbyterian clergyman
of Atlanta and a few years ago chan-
11 tt 1 iP AAiifr!A'
According to the reports from
Berlin, the Turks, under their Ger
man officers, are about to blockade
the Suez canal. If they succeed in
doing t so, they will harm the world
at large more than they -will Great
The people of Ocala turned out in
good proportion to attend the fair
yesterday. If the people of the couo-
ty. nvill 'back them up today and' to-
morrow, tne lair win be a great sue-
LMr. B. R. Chambers, the vFairfield
merchant, is among the fair visitors
in town today.
Pro. C. K. iMoQuarrie, of Caines
ville., is among the prominent people
in the cltv in attendance at the (Mar
ion-Sumter lai-. He is one of the
judges in the Boys Oorn-Club deH
partment. Professor : McQuarrie
j the (Florida' agent for the United
Stales agricultural department lo located
cated located at the experimental station' 5ji
Gainesville, and has direct eharjr
of the demonstration work of the
state on corn growing.
, PLANT AT IRVINE
;Mr. Norman F. Prattt who has his
headquarters at-Dunnellou, is in the
zlty today attending the 'fair; hav-
ing come. In from' Irvine this morn
In-g V lie fs '.installing, an electric
lighting plant In the Irvine Crate &
Basket.' "Company's plant. "Besides
furnishing light and .power for the
conduct of the-ralllsr at .irvine, their
properties immediately surrounding
will be, furnished with electricity;
This innovation .will be oulte a con convenience
venience convenience to the many Employees of
the plant, Which is one of. "the coun coun-ty's
ty's coun-ty's most steady year -around enter enterprises.
prises. enterprises. With the installation of the
power plant the Irvine people now
have one of the mostr complete and
up-to-date crate and basket manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing concerns In the' state.
LOCATED IN OCALA
(Sir. James Haney, who for several
years wa3 postmaster at Burbank,
came to the city yesterday from
Chicago, where he has been ft spend-
Iner 'the' nast six months. : He .wilL
make Ocala his home and has itaken
the agency f or tb e New Gas Com
pany In this section of
Thfe 'new heating process is one of j
recent' origin. ; Oil is the fuel used j
and it is claimed that it is very ecoj
nomlcai;as a two burner apparatus
wiir rnnnmVfi tok vmts ivnrth of nil!
in a "whole day's operation.
OUIt PALATIvA TRAIN
'In some Quarters there .was little
enthusiasm a few wreeks ago when J
the agitation was started for putting
on of the, A. C. 'L. train ibetween
Ocala arid Palatka. v It was olaimel
that it would not he used to any ex extent
tent extent hy the'"travelihg. public. Each
day's' arrivals puts a quietus to this
opinion; Just ;where all; the passen passengers
gers passengers found a foothold on this I train
when it arrived tliis morning is hard
to' figure out
It brought in several
FOOTBATili'AT THE' FAIR
The ifootballK game at, the i fair
grounds this; af terndon wBl&?gihVat
S : 30. Following is" the highc$ool
line-up: .;:;-: 0::":s lj'. Kvvj3$
iNjewsomw center ; Leayengftpd,: ind
B urf ord guards ; Sanders ( ; and Sav Savage,
age, Savage, tackle ; GPhillips ;andi VjQleff er
ends; ; tVIacKay, quarter; 1 "Llddell,
f 11 1 IhoAl? I laiirav '. ntwi.,' Hot
hacks. ; :-;;; ( 1 ?iC;$3 I ip-
.The other team, which ( f acejiopsl
calls ; itself the 4 'Roughnecks," r l&
composed ..'Of ; th efbllo wing tt:'!-..'-'"'
'Hugh tGejger; center ick Stroul
quarterback ; : Georgev Jav fullback
Joe Borden, right ) end ; 1 s. Lrfy
Bridges, 8eft 'guard; Homer ,. Small,
left half; Collins, left. end; Carol
Blalook left V tackle ; Dye, risnt
I guard; Gates, Might tackle; -Wallace
I ..... ... '..;..,.,.. i-
I Davis, right half;
OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS
L. T. Hickson, iMcIntosh; S. 1?.
Ausley, Citra; Charlej Wall; (New
Haven, Conn.; S. H. Mafsh, Augus
ta, Ga.; F. W. Buckholz, Gainesville;
Abbie C. M. Brown, Ocala; Jas. C.
Bowles; New York; A. C. Williams,
iMurdock, Flat; W. C White, Okla-
wahar H. 1H. Williams, Jacksonville;
J, 'E. Greemwood, Iiami 5R. A. Al
fred, Port -Inglis; C-A. Neil, Bell;
W. C. Thomas,
Jacksonville ; F. It.'
Sewell, Tampa; J.; B. vMueller, KB
I Hartman, Crystal .'VSpTings; -'A.-0lHU
-Noll, H. (SI. .Huchman, M,
derbeck, Fort !M :Coy; G ;';;LpQibhart
Orlando; Conrad' Stoeisend;' lu C:
ttlajcneski, C. 'D. iMurdock, lilopticelr
lo; G. B. Lewis, Utica, N. Y.; iMiss
,iSl. GIcGrew, Miss B. vAdfe ins,' Gain es-
ville; H. B." 'Ha Jacksonville.v-N.
Davis, New Orleins; J. iL. Jahmez;
Tt ifViOTlocton C rf"1 -TXr '.XT i' 'TJrViVt
W. E. Wane, Crystal Springs; sFJa ;
I H. iH. Kemp, lil. Coyuer,. Atlanta;
S. E. Baker, Atlanta;, N. J.. Thomp-
son, Frost proof, Fla.
The principal feature of yester-
day's racing was in the first heat of
the two-year-old trotting vent.
when the Malevur snare, Adeline,
broke at the eighth-mile post and
turned around on the track. .Mr.
.Malever .ivas driving, her and (made
J rap his mind to make a showing any-
Wi so;pu.i ner to u lor au she was
worth When the bunch came down
the home stretch. Adeline finished
second, the -winner of the heat heat
ing her out by a neck; Adeline rwon
the two following heats, and carried
off the handsome purse.
Novels, the- latest and standard,
- at The Murray Company. 26-3t
The excellent senv ice now being
Is J given: at the Ocala House is winning
nw laurels for:the. house daily.
A NEW CADILLAC-EIGHT'
Mr. Cecil :Robinson, the
stratnr, and his assistants, tMessrs.
Leonard and EI Wilson of Jackson
ville, ropressnring -Jr. Claude Xola.,
stele distributor for the Cadillac. a. i i-lr.moM3e(
lr.moM3e( i-lr.moM3e( sent today in the cits.
-1 w ncr i- r r cue vOf tliB curs wieJ?
the new V-shapei, S-cyliner nicfor
In addition, the gentlemen harl
great many of "the vital parts of" the
motor,, gears; starter, ignition sy
tern, etc.whichahe expert mechanic
explained to the crowd that assent
jled. at ..Knfght & Lang's'to see the
car. ; -;v? v. v
Mr. iRabinson drove the car ail
hout the square with seven big men
aboard; droveas slow as two miles
an hour arid turned corners. at three
miles an hour 'Without', ever changing
out of high speed.' From this'speel
the car can get away to -sixty
In a very ; few yards.
; The new car is between four and
five hundred pounds lighter than the
"?914 model, and looks neater and
?mailer,: The car has many improve improvements,
ments, improvements, andf when this is said of a
Cadillac that has been for sevem.1
years thought to be well nigh per perfect,
fect, perfect, it is saying a '-good deal. .It is
imiossible to heat up the motor, and
no .part of the: pr can. fan to be
properly, lubricated: It will climb a
hill.. with a ioad at a very, slow gait,
and as to sand, well,, it does not
know one kind from another. '
fMr., Robinson showed the crowd a
ne w trick of the top of the car. It is
unfasteneO y turning, two screws on
the windshield, turned loose and flies
hack iri;p lace, all done up ready for
the -dust hood,., 'without ever being
touched by'.human hands; It i3 put
in place, big tou-ring car though it
is by merely -stepping back, catch catching
ing catching hold and '.bringing the front end
forward .and fastening those two
thumb screws again.- You can take
'It down and puj. it up again, tight
and neat, in about half a minute.
. Messrs. Knight & Lang, 'distri
butors for the Cadillac in this terri
tory. say they will have one of.ths
new eights in about two, -wee its r.na
are anxiously awaiting' its arrival.
The eight is" going to be a great car
and a -winner for .the dealers.. Itis
price is ?1975.f. ,0. b.-De:roit, with
-Senator' D. til. Baker ?ot Orange
Home, is here today with the big
Sumter delesration at the. iMrrion-
Biimter Fair. The senator-is not only
one of umter's most succe ssful.hu s-
iness men,; hut he: is-alo .Always in
the fore front of anything for- the
good otth3 entire community and
state. 'He used .his influent amonsj
his people. j.n' arranging lo have Sum
ter, county join Marion 1n, hbldlng
the big agricultural 'fair 'now, in pro
gress in;Our city'--.-
j The electrical range being'used at
tlie fair grounds by the iRumford
-Baking Powder people in their dem
onstration -work was donated hy Jtfr.
Walter Tuoker's electrical supply
house.- Those In charge of the dem
onstration declare that, it is toy far
the ibest ; making proposition they
have ever used. Wlth the price 01
current at 3 cents for cooking pur
poses it will not he long before ev
eryone .convenient 'to electrical cur
rent .will use. it in preference to
other methods. . :
Mr. A. CI. Lansford returned las:
night from. a business, trip, through
South Florida In the Interest of his
music house. A. ill,- says he has
found where the rainbow touches
the earth and is reaping tlie reward
for Uiis search, lie will: toe in the
city for several weeks after which
will, resume his work: in:d3Soto and
liee counties, where he is -enjoying
such splendid success ', The (business
in Ocala is -being conducted "by his
brothers, '.R.'E. and F'red,. during hLj
-, -.- .. ... ,-'..,'
Sir? T. B. Iianier of.Tavares -was
among the prominent" FIorMians at
the fair yesterday and remained over
for today's program, die was accom
panied iby.'Xlr. George A. Butler ;also
i roxa Inke's capital ,eit,y. ilr. Lanier
says today is thevday selected by
nearly "all the Iake county people
for attending, our .fair, and they are
tiere in force. ;.
r Mr. Seibert 'Davis.' many, Ocala
friends will he pleased to know that
he is now e agaged most successfully
in the Ice and cold storage business
at Alachua, i Sir. and Mrs. (Davis,
who have 'b een gu est s of !M r an d
Mrs. George Tavis for the. past few
days while attending the fair, will
return home tonight. V ...
. Seventeen pounds of. sugar for, ?1
with cash purchase of $1 worth .of
other groceries, Saturday and. Mon
day only. Smith Grocery Co.
Look for the big Hexall sgn at the
fair grounus. 23-tf
South. Carolina 'Rust-Proof.-. -and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store'. in-?-tf
DON9 T YOU '-NEED
CLOCKS WE HANDLE MU
the oxe BH3 j.i;s30:;
tVCCUrATE TIMEPIECEo TiLL (
TIME, GIVE YOUR LITTLE 'BOY
'0, PRESENT CAN .PLEASE THE."
MEuMBER HOW PROUD "YOU
WATCH?" WE. HAVE (MANY MOD
FOR LITTLE MONEY, WILL 'Kr
ays-.- 1 41 Kim
thc,r,ht th e r.in would
to do ; ny cf my housevc:!:.
. 0! Cardt:?; I Jrrran'to fee!
r t rt ' tt- r f ft r -' c f 1 1" )" -Pf
a trlaU I cliil uco Cardui
r.nd it nlway's does me sood."
: Headache." backache, rzdz rchs, r.r,
i"3 a ncc
TF YOUI Ctc:
cnio3 isresy, escides t3
fcr ths pedtion fcriit cni
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run QOAiiA evening gtah Thursday, no voider 20, 1014
school girls. The game will take
place in the gymnasium, and the
Ocala team is anticipating a most
exciting match and pleasant time.,.
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(If jau iiare acr items for this
Votn;iiis ,lh 1:1 -trntnt a:!
.. The '-de mystic exhibits are-. shown
.- a h -Ue.r advantage' this year a:
tha fair that: at any previous lime.
Tit Ocala;' ;Lum bar ; it iSapply Oim Oim-ji
ji Oim-ji ny's tuiljtog. with he exception
oMwo -booth?, is use 3 exclusively by
U. i ladies i:t charge; its well as half
of thB TOtmi hi the agricultural buUd buUd-lr.,
lr., buUd-lr., formcrrly occupied by them. "Kie
number of e .t ibitors equals that -of
.any previous -fair and U the wriij?r
4iie grade an d variety of articles ts: ts:-t?tl
t?tl ts:-t?tl tJL ?se' of ,'wmer years.;
Mm.-. J. U. iWoorhead, superinten4 superinten4-oct,
oct, superinten4-oct, Mrs. ..V. 'H; Stovall and Mrs. U
il'. Voice, Veci titaries, and thelr-an--
sJetantr' have arranged ; all exhibits I
tc a wendejf uiadvantage;and as a
lilting Cackj toV4 again St which "to
tU.?la I'thent tlio waliS iind pillar'
vvtie twined ilh sbjn ting and -white
kiieli'c and- I'ujtooiied 14ih nuan
titles c.r luxu riamf tansboo.'.V4 ';:
li;niiimer itcv'iJvo xltfer -ji t varie-
41 V of nirticlei e.ithitittHl as if to' de
f ,c "bt their b jaij i i srn s ii nVossi bil -ityJ
;TiiiV ability !f. the juds, who
wcre choson f or their cot i jetencei
fwa-u,r'. lire viiuit'tv' Mirer tiuted on
tiijani' orations r-'V?v
li)r .5vora we!'iu( Olrs. i?tovall
tas CKKadux'ted -a ilsketryvlUus':en4
her pupih had. Vn ci ?play in tile art
roorti; a cHecthm 'ct j;ixty tmoru
baskctiUi sll sizea.'VrdlverJ etc.
The exhibit 'covmsu:4d icki iiten iiten-tlon
tlon iiten-tlon of all TisStois. U'ru. J. II. pink pinker
er pinker of Re'ddlclc, 'with. -'iVity-eight ces,
won the -prize for 'tlwi -'best 'iwllf Jcfci
Of 5htna painting.; : Mrs. W.iA-Coin's-
-collection'' -of paper -flowers
rightly deserved the blue ribbou it
wort. The largest esrhiblt in cistdjpt
work included ninetosn pi?cc?;ind
was made 'by iMrs. J. .D. Snu.lJ, JMJss
' -fellle 'McCorkle's di.inty vli fvis
recognized iby. her friends liotv.onjy
In the crochet exhibit itut in sayral
others. Slippers worn at a IwtlliV-r
en fby Georgo Washington In Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, a beaded purfe madel.a .I'S'llj
a" crochet 'Lord's Prayer couijtcrpane
and a chain necklace .made 6 f 3 1 3
In the art room ds 4 very ha.nd-
.wme oil portrait of Mrs. .." tf jfjfj; ? Tampa and?are igiiests; at 43ie Har Har-IngstonV
IngstonV Har-IngstonV grandfather, Qlr. Jackson.' .rinffton for the renainder'pf, the
of Corgiar' Rivaling for ihbnorgn1week.V.
. Siardanger -were Mrs. H. C. Oroves. t ""'U-jXmJ.
iMrs. m. reeK ana 'rs. eirairs. t. u vxaold of Jackson villi
oi uay ivaKe, woo wjtn oineTgnaje; ds in the city Iplmding I'hanksgiving
excellent exhibits. ; 7i IJitii ;Mf J'." Aracid amending.;' the
- There 'are twenty varieties '"'jem-ir r : 4- :
broideries, the daintiest of .lingerie I
handsome (French embroidered, and
I drawn (work table cloths, em fjr
ed and crocheted 'bedspreads nd
scores of elaborate centerpioceland
eof a 'pillows. One of 'tthtos.ivS.tr.
tractive in the latter class'belO:ngsi4o.
airs. W. QL O'Dell of Oxford. The
: design is a cotton stalk with-vBra!
bolls. v . '".x:: ;' l'-.;;''-..,
To the left, entering, is W4i
inaicauve oi ?tne piacara, via jua jua-dies
dies jua-dies Corner." Of course, V ty-
jBtood out foremost. They were soT
silk, patch-'work, white quilted Jbed Jbed-spreads
spreads Jbed-spreads ; i n fact every kind 1 of 'quilt!
Mrs. O. tE. iMartin of-6xford owns
the quilted bedspread swhichiroba swhichiroba-bly
bly swhichiroba-bly represents .more tedious work
than any other one. The ehildVen'f
display is to the right of tlxe en entrance
trance entrance and ; there we found ihoi' mi ch
a quantity 'but qoiality. ?A'P?Qint lace
handkerchiefs, with specimens of
xight "other laces deserve special
mention, also the dozensof pillow
cases, towels and fancy tbags. Mr3.
WPY nt give iour lad
il 1 the same training?
Whcn I was a growing lad. and came
upon many words fa sir readier that -I
did not understand, my mother, tn tn-etead
etead tn-etead of spring ne the definition when
I applied to her. uniformly sent me ta
the dictionary to learn it, and in this
way I gradually learned many thtns
besides the meaning of the IndiTidaal I
word in question among1 other things,
how to nse a dictionary, and the great
pleasure and advantage there might
be in the use of the dictionary..
Afterwards, when I went to the villaee
school, my chief diversion, after les-
sons were learned and before they -were
recited, was in turning over the
pages of the 'Unabridged of those -days.
Now the most modern Una-
bridged -theNEW INTERNATIONAIr INTERNATIONAIr-gives
gives INTERNATIONAIr-gives me a pleasure of the same sort.
So far as my knowledge" extends, it is
at present the best cf the one-volume
dictionaries, and quite sufficient .for (
all ordinary U3es. Even those who
possess the splendid dictionaries In
several volumes will yet find it a great
convenience to have this, which is so
compact, so full, and so trustworthy,
as to leave, in most cases, little to be
desired."-Albert S. Cook.rh.DIX.D
Professor of the English Language and
Literature, Yale Univ. April 2S, 1911.
TVB.ITE for Specimen F&ges, ZUiutrfttio&a, tc, A
f WEESXES'8 2TEW XSTE&3ATX0XAX. V1CTIQSJLSL.T 1
G. & G SIERRIABI COP IPANY,
For Over C3 Years Publkhers f f
T2ia Genuine Webster's Dictionaries,
; CFSD&FJLLD. EIASS U. & A
..department call pboae 106)
terpiece and rambler rose embroider
ie.i done by. Mrs. lAlberta Pihelns
Center' I are iarishlv "admired
Th rre is atgood display of plain sevr-'
The sectiiin made first by the asso association
ciation association fcr domestic exhibits is
sheltering, this year the Girls' Can Canning
ning Canning Club tvchibits'of bpth iMarion
an d Sumte.' cou n ties and the cook cook-Ing,
Ing, cook-Ing, Jelliesy vparmalades, jams and
preserves, ctvstaiized fruits, "candies,
canne d fruit i and vegetables, pickles,
catsups, -etc.;idairy utensils and pro products
ducts products all of;Vvhich are listed under
the dc inestid-itepartment. The room
presented a ist pleasing .picture.
Around the ciUiiter pillars is a square
booth idevoteil:kp "Dixie; of Lang
Syne."V;Thereifs. Sue'.Frink, dress dressed
ed dressed An a quaint stosiume pf oif grand grand-mo
mo grand-mo then1 days.! rearing a imnbonnet.
i -1 8 spinning. 2 tX$t booth is edged with
cotton i talks, ihd she takes the cot cot-on;front4he;h)31
on;front4he;h)31 cot-on;front4he;h)31 and carries it thru
lhe various 'piijcesses whicli is in in-rivjisely
rivjisely in-rivjisely litterestivlg to the spectators.
he idea tf a cuttbn booth or! gin at-
tl,- with "Vs. : iMiV;rhead and ''the 'lea 'lea-tore
tore 'lea-tore is a decided 'drawing card for
t -' 'Thanksgiving Social
The Ep vVrth In ague of this city
wi?h hod ai Social hriday evening at
tht ;home U JMr.Und Mrs. J. H.
Strink on Uouth t Third street to
which all laigues hud their frlend3
are oordially InviteV-i There will be
a short program tMipnning at 7:30
o'clctik, as foWows: v
" Sciipture r 3ading,Ps. 126.
'Reading oi! Pretident Wilson's
iPo Mn 4 We Praise r rhee, XKrd Je Je-hovah."
hovah." Je-hovah." ;. ': '?; '. ' :. ;
; History of the firsUThanksgivlng
feast. .,-;- :
There will bnVseveril contests ap appropriate
propriate appropriate to the .occasitii and a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitaile, socis I hour is an an-ticipatedK
ticipatedK an-ticipatedK -Bo prompt. ;
; V , ; -
Mr. and iMts. 'W. F Denton of
f . . ...
Knoxvllle arrivcKl last night from
. : ..
iMiss Ethe1 Robinson, 'assistant
fifth grade teacher, is spending her
Thanksgiving, vacation at 3ier home
in Bellevlew, and Miss .Mircella 51c 51c-Clain
Clain 51c-Clain of the primary faculty has gone
to her tome at Panasoffkee. f V
V" ' '' '.-v-;v 'vv
? iMiss Mae Wells0, domes tic science
teacher at the Woman's College, Tal Tallahassee,:
lahassee,: Tallahassee,: arrived this, morning from
Leesburg and is one of the compe competent
tent competent Women judging the exhibits of
the canning club girls at the fair. ; r
'"Mr. R. C. Dickison of Jacksonville
will spend ; Thanksgiving with his
sister, (Mrs. S. iR. Whaley and wihile
here will take in the fair.-
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Mrs. Pf G. Sno wden and daughter,
'Mrs. Goree Nelson, formerly of this
city have returned to their home in
Tampa f ram Jacksonville, wtiere
itfliey have been visiting the former's
daughter, Mrs. Walter Hawkins.
Mrs. Nelson attended the general
convention of the United paughters
of the Oonfederacy in Savannah
Mrs. H. C. Groves has as her
guest for fair week, 31 rs. H. J. Sand?
lin of Jacksonville.
Mr. James IMortland has been
spending' several days in Miami on
business and during his absence (Mrs.
IMortland has been a, guest at the
Senator and Mrs. W. M. Igou, LMiss
Willie Igou and younger brothers
motored up from -Bustis this morn morn-jng'to
jng'to morn-jng'to attend the fair. They were
guests of iMr. Igou's brother, iMr. S.
W. Igou and family.
iMiss 'Florence Brooks of (New
York, who with her parents, Mr and
Mrs. F. W. Brooks are spending the
winter at (Lake Weir, is the guest
for the fair of (Miss Bessie IMacKay.
m m m'
. .-' ' ''.
iMiss .Mary Burford left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a' fortnight visit to Brenau
College, -Gainesville, Ga., and Dixon
The "Wildcats," a smart basket basketball
ball basketball team of tSeigh schoo,l, will
3eave tomorrow afternoon on the
Seaboard limited for Orlando, where
in the evening a match' game will be
played with the Orlando team of
Mr. and .MrsTTJerrill n. Pratt of
i Birmingham, passed through town
afiernocn on the 2:45 A. C. L.
; train on tneir v;ay to St. Petersburg,
to pay- a viit to Mrs. Pratt's mother,
Mrs. Nona Hamsaur. Mrs. Pratt has
many friends in Ocals -where she 'has
onen vis:ie:i ner -aunt. LMrs. Carroll.
as Mis3 Leontine Ramsaur, and Mr.
Pratt,' who is a member. of the St.
Louis Browns, Is a popular and well
known baseball player. He is also
'Person ally known by a n u m ber of
the young m en o f Ocala 'who .were'
classmates of his at the University of
Alabama a few years since
POSTMASTER IS JJIPROVIJiG
Colonel R. F.'&ogersi is reported
hotter thi3 imoming, which is t:ood
news to hi3 friends. : ;
Belleview," Csov, 24.-Mrs. Otto
(Sidt2yweedle has returned y, from a
vidt to Plant City, where she nursed
her daughter, CMr.?. .T". B. (Flawkins,
during her fatal iilness. U
Ci rs. iMarion Bchannon made a
.business trip ? to Jacksonville'.' laat
week. : -'--,y'
"'-'Gerr. smd -Mrs. 'Marcus Ohalfincli of
Jacksonville have bxen visiting with
iMr. and OklTS. 'R. L. Sumner for sev several
eral several days.
W. ss 'Maggie Whisenant "has 're 'return?.
turn?. 'return?. from a fisit to relatives at
The nrmains of tte infai;t child
of Mr. aud iMrs. E. O. Lansford were
interred In the Bellrview -cemetery
last IMonday morning. ;
The rarpenters are making good
progress' on, Mr. Haidison' house;
The frame work is a1out completed
and wool: will soon (begin on tie in
; JBelleyiw, Nov. 25. The writer
spent hall' of last week ::fn the Pedro
section at; the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Pr Victor. Cane grinding -was
the order of -the day and from be before
fore before dawaot m til ; dark eveiTthing was
bustle ancl 'go; and with 1 the ; ptt a
"boiling V" tind; the bosV anan ; a
"skimmin- and the 'boys a Wrrying
and a feeding the cane to the mill.
Saturday; irsbrming the grist -mill was
started up; t.nd) the nelghtors from
far and nea-r 3ame; bringing thed?
grain to snxlll and with th y wheels
going round ; ;and tlhe meal pouTlng
out in a strim4t"-.-was buisy: scne.
This life appeils to me, and X return return-ed
ed return-ed (home "Saturday ai&htVfilfled witB
all the good things that the country
affords, 'wishing for another oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to extjy the hospitaJlity of
free open-air country life.
Mr. Tremeie spent part of last
week I n the B arasota section ; with. a
party of capitalists and prxMnoters.
One day whilo 4tihey were cruising
around the bay taking in itihe differ different
ent different points, an d 'watching t3ie pelicans
fish they sioti3ed one 'big bir d that
appeared to ibe in trouble and upon
bearing down upon 'him, he inade.n'o
effort to escape, and upon lifting ihim
in the boat they were surpViijed, to
find a big 'bottle jammed In his
mouth, and upon removing same the
pelican flew away, feeling very
13ian'krul;,V-:Xjpon-rexajmining the bot bottle
tle bottle they saw a note in it and think thinking
ing thinking that some party or parties had
'been marooned upon some of the
numerous islands or keys ; for want
of4 gasoline or perhaps a 'breakdown
of some (kind and (had taken this
means of calling for help. v They
made haste to extract the note, and
here is what "they found.
"A funny old bird is the Pelican
He can carry in his beakmore than
his bell yean,
He carries in his beak, food enough
, for a week
But i'm dammed if I see how the
IMr. S. iA. Carpenter, of Cleveland,
Ohio, who spends his winters in Jack-
By trading with the Ocala
Cash Grocery Company.
Every package guaranteed
X FEW SPECIALS
3 Lbs. Best Rice. . . . . 25c
1 Lb. Bliss Coffee ... . . . .30c
Pint Good Florida Syrup.;...:. 9c
Irish Potatoel; peck . . . ... .26c
5 Gallons of Oil. . . ; . . . .60c
BACOX, per pound . . . i . 16c
Cheese, per pound . .... . .20c
Lima Beans, per pound. . ... . .10c
Quart Good Florida Syrup. . . .20c
Quart Good Vinegar rT. . ... .10c
EVERYTHING CHEAP FOR
MM CASH enOCERY CD.
Next to k Burnett's
Fort lilnjg Ave.
; Every r Housevife Will
Factory Seile. We Have
This Display. Commence
. '.'. f
soh'vilIe"spnt a.Vay dh our tmidst
looking oVor a fiurm that" dies near
to' the town, with a vie w to 5 buyiiv?
it;! -.' :-
Mrs Sydney -Mu dd ox, of Tarpon
Springs,' is ir.t town visitiin-g w:lth her
parents "AIr. ts;nd IMr?,' ivilpivtrick.
s' "sts.ted in oui previous notes
little MIss Virginia C?ay Sumner, ago
twelve rnsoath; was s-n entnint in the
baby chow recently htSld at ")cahv and
received ttnucii compllmerdary no notice.
tice. notice. 'iShe Bcored 9"6 1-5, tin against
the prize winner ; who sco reti 98 1-4
which 'was scr close to bedhg first
that she can well ibe mentioned ,as
the most' perfect ihaby of hei" age in
Marlon county, barringr one. ;
Music, all kinds
t The 'MuiTay
"Remember during the (holiday sea sea-eon
eon sea-eon you (will-feel (better If your pa papers
pers papers are 'filed in a Globe-Wernicke
cabinet... The Murray Co. 26-3t
Appetizing lunches, sandwiches
and not coffee, tea and cocoa are be being
ing being served at -the fair toy the ladies
of the East Broadway Christian
Hot drinks of
all Mnds at the
Real coca-cola served at Gerig's
fountain at the fair grounds. 23-tf
CLvOfeING OUT j ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduce pricc!s at
We always have on hana a tfresh
supply of the famous Noirris candles.
Pennans and pillow
styles, a;t KREGER'S.
I Wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that. I now -have an experience 1
sewing machine repair man and If
word Is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me 'personally "he will
call on you and do any 'needed re repairing
pairing repairing or regulating on your" ma machine,
chine, machine, no, matter what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may have. )
-'Respectfully, B. Goldman,
ll2-tf , Ocala. Fla.
OPEN Dai: AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. It. depot
corner. Meals a la carte, and lunches
at any ioiir. Adr. 5
.. 1 j 1 "
J i ' ; i ' t ,
T1LL DE .CG1D
Have, Added a Complete Line
Tt7eiitv Y0ar Alanimuni
be Interested in This Wonderful Vare and Oar Special'
On Display a Complete Line.
to Acquire a Complete Set of
Dlnir: Xtocia ti Ccrctlcn
'i 'JB.:' 'r1
mJm tmm ';: mm j. alai aute
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tins -iia' -'u-
Comfortable rooms, good meals, prompt and courtcous'servfc- i
and a yarm relcome. Absolutely fireproof; everything i
thoroughly modern and up-to-date; prices fair and reasonable
I Banks, court house, dabs, store, cost
j oficc ana other public buiUiing are near
i it toe Ilillsboro many of theia across the
- 1 street or just, around the coroer. Direct
I VIC1 car en-'c to Mn Station. Hand-
. baggage to and from boats and traias frca
c, charge. Forter. meet aU Uabs.
J v7iiIe 7fy eZort Is xnade to take
t oi:ciiF Ad. 1DII12 GTM if yen n
i -y u v
;iV n 'llif .,. V
Call rc Our Store and Sc2
This Beautiful, Everlasting
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kbdJusM l.v u J.LL'iili.'liLjLo
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The new Iadtc -and geEtieir.n' dmis? (
room on the top floor is unusually pteasa&r,
always coul aci affording a f-.-s v'..-wcJ
paid to pirties Grill roin ii I -':
xoe cay and suburb. Spcui tt-
ib.fceTt ci iooi ser eithe." I
csre cf t-ssta without rcscrtat'o-s ---- I
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THE OCALA BVKXIXG STAR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 191-1
The Better Wall-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
THE NEGRO EXHIBIT AT
vay to sav
the' cost of con
tractor's labor a .vay to cut on the
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
vay is by using Badger-Board!
T3ADGER.BOAKD is pasy to ap ap-'
' ap-' p!y. Don't watt for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourself. AU'the tools
needed are Iiaxnmer and saw and al almost
most almost anybody cam do an expert job. .'
A Badger-Bcard wail can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keep? 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
State Agent, OCALA, FX A
2.000 BOXES 0
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BI11UTIFUL
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
Price of Property as it stands
85,Q)0(Q.; ; :
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
Room 5, ; Merchant's Block,
Phone 1 25, . OCALA, FLA
It is a revelation." A 'people whn
have made so much progress as the
"Negro has ought to be spurred to 1
continue its progress along all econ-!
omic lines until their worth would
not be questioned.. To look at the j
general display in this building is i
to receive the most favorable impres
sion; It is well filled and -if the s
things were displayed as one nearly
always sees in county fairs a building r
twice the size might be easily filled. I
. 1 ; 1 t 1 I
comnrehessive exhibit from five 1 1
departments and the impression it
makes for the "work Fessenden is
carrying on is most excellent.
The school Jias a display from the
domestic science -department 'that
might well be coveted by. any hotel
in the -world. The baking "has been
done perfectly and tbe artistic dis
play of the cooking is all that could
be desired. Baked ham, baked chick
en, chicken croquets, saiaa, preserv
es, fruit cakes, ribbon cakes, ginger
cakes, breads etc. make up the exhib
it that is indeed a pride and -will
doubtless mean many prizes wnen
the judges come around. Another
case of cooking made by the cblld
ren's department at (Fessenden Acad
emy is almost the equal of that made
by the adult department at the
(The fancy work Is very beautiful.
Lace work of many kinds, plain and
machine sewing, garments of many
kinds, dressed dolls, dressed toy-beds
drawings, water, colors, paper cut tin
paper folding, and a large number of
well written examination papers
make up the first half of the display.
The institution also has an elabo elaborate
rate elaborate display of carpentry. Mantels,
flat top desks, hotel desks, dressers,
gates, window frames, wheelbarrows,
carts and joints by the, hundreds, car
ving, carpentry, and manual train training
ing training in all its educational forms are
illustrated and displayed to advan advantage.
tage. advantage. A. model bouse, 'with its lit lit-tie
tie lit-tie doors, 'windows, a sleeping- porch,
wire screened, and perfectly shingled
top and coloring attracts the child children
ren children as well as grown ups. One of
the most instructive displays at ; the
fair is the iron models from Fessen Fessenden.
den. Fessenden. Wrenches, single tree hooks,
wall hooks, chisels, punches, .and .andirons,
irons, .andirons, nuts, boUs. 'hammers, hatchets,
fi re pokers tro wel s and e tc. sh 'o w
the practical as well as educational
value of that department. We see
in embryo for this section from -these
exhibits, furniture factories, .wagon
factories and garment factories to
give employment to the' bands
Florida citizens, so. that Florida dol-
The Home of HART. SCHAFFNSR MSSZ
Business, Dress and
Formal livening Wear.
Prices Range from
$10 TO $35
. and "Fancy
mrn. H 11. i if i ray
V-iy, '-A K xv .... j : :
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In lialo Styles ai:d
".Iirge Itange of lV.ticrns.
4:.oyal Va-v.'.V Bi; s Clothr
uU Well .::ul W .i? Wcli
When you buy a costly piece of farm machinery,
who'll sell you the most efficient articles for the most racconr jls
wK6 backs up the machine with a guarantee se
requirements in selling clothing that is guaranteed all
'- workmanship. We follov the
same principle throughout our
; til '3,;
. I I i f'3 I J:
. Jjw Obur 4&
i.We make a specialty of fitting
hard-to-fit feet J. & M. Newark
made' Shoes in all leathers, ..
"Waterman's Special" Shoes
Sizes 4 to 12;.Widths AA to EE
GRlXNEXIi GLOVES with Reputa Reputa-tion
tion Reputa-tion for Service and Gloves for every
Occasion, DressJ AVork, Auto, IJriv-
TO C A
" From Lightweight and Heavy, Wool,
in Separate Garments and
departments of Men's and
0 tan' Sm"1
Boys' wearing apparel and
stand behind what we sell and i
every department is complete
with everything in Men's and
T ) TT 1 t s
T f::iirt.-3 i.i
TTA7 A rri
Ji II J
Riding' Pants, Sweaters;
' ntton H;tf ;
C03IE SEE ME
MAITj ORDERS WAXTFJ)
-Eetw;en Devil and Deep Sea-?
The phrase "Between the devil and
the deep sea" -has- probably no refer-
0j ence to the ancient fighting between
tne Flets and the Bruons, though un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly it has lonc-hetin In use in
i. i X. 1 -,T1 1 J 1 -.'
iars may oe s-peni. iu wnu -uivio Bcotiand. Its ori&in would appear to
than once. Principal Wiley explain
ed that the 1 educational values of
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla., Expert won
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Latraer
"W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
be losti In? obscurity, though possibly
It may : have some reference to the
New Testament story of ih i swine of
L AiLE-XAPJ El
Carp enter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and bettei
work for the money than any other
ntr?.ctor in the city.
the institution were being blended
with the economic needs of the sec section
tion section and the effort was to train peo people
ple people to live .jwe'l fto that they -might
make livs that would be successful.
We must not omit to call attention
to a largo family bed .made by the
boys. It and a dump cart, large .in
prop-ticn, are the "siege guns"', of
the exhibit in size. ; r, ,:
The next largest exhibit "is that
of iHo war I Academy, the local pub-. this country few of our women es-
lic school for colored children. Thej the weakening troubles peculiar
display made by theN school as very
. In stress and trouble the women of
a nation are always to ibe counted
upon dn Servia the women went to
the front with unuskets in their hands
and they were as strong and as orave
as the men. on the firing lirfe. In
We have for sale large lot with handsome homo on Fort Kinj Avenue,
which must be sold within next sixty days party has to have the money
Better see us quick. ; :
We also have one or two other email propesitione in the office which arc
priced Very low for cash.; For particulars call on or ;ALj.
!i o-,N! llll
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The Best Prices, on
FRESH MEAT FISH and
Smart Set Pressing Club
413 Xorth iMagnolia St.,
Clothing Repaired, Cleaned and
Pressed While You Wait
E. Ij. AXDERSOX. Prop.
- ; -
213 West BroadwAy, Ocala, Fla.
with E. C Jordan & Co.
creditabls. The sewing display by
grades, '.he cooking, exhibits and
woodwork" show wnat is being done
there alcng those lines.
A number of colored schools
throughout the county made attrac attractive
tive attractive exhibits of cooking, sewing and
primary wood carving.
The" citizen's exhibit is large and
consists of sewing, co5king, drawing,
painting, canned fruits, qUilts; and
the many artistic things good people
strive to make. t
The Star believes in education for
everybody. It keeps them busy and
busy people- have no time for crim criminality.
inality. criminality. We therefore commend this
exhibit as one to be copied by the
colored citizens of all the counties
of Florida for they -will acf as a stim stimulus
ulus stimulus to the' mass of colored people.
Every colored person1 in the county
and in 'Ocala should go and look in
at this exhibit. It is needless .to say
that thousands of whUe people Will
Visit the .building'. -to see what the
colored man is doing to advance his
interests. The attendants in the
building are polite and take pleasure
in explaining the various features of
the show. This is noticeable as well
as the smoothness and air of order
we noted through -the. display.
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. ocive itasit
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ieirchandise. -and must be
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Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
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By HESKtlH PRICHARD
By Kesketh Prichard
' The "Pink Necker.
J TOE sat in silence for some ten
J .mlnnfe after he had gone; then
I he n-e :ind began to lead away
"Evnim 'ill ht-ar Val Black's the
owner of tht iink ,iiecker at Lavette
Tillage:7. It's mi otter's to a milsk milsk-ratV
ratV milsk-ratV ielt thnt.therf he'll head straight
for Vnl's. .VVve got,to be there afore
- Thf afternoon was yet young when
we :!nivt-d at Val Black's. Val was
not nt home, but Joe entered the hut
ana searcneii it thoroughly. -1 asked
hi ui wha t ht was seeking. '
"Those skins of Sally's.'
"Then you. think Bind;'
"1 think nothing yet. And here's the
man himself, anyway
lie turned to the door as Val Back
came" swinging up the trail. lie was
of middle height, strongly built, with
quick eyes and dark hair which,
though cropped close, still betrayed Its
tendency to curl. He greeted Novem November
ber November warmly. November was, I thought,
evenmore slow spoken than usual.
Val' he said, after some talk,
"have you still got that pink necker
Sally knitted for you?"
Yes. I've got her
"Right here' and Black pulled the
fflor out. of his noeket.
to date Good
"Utihr said Joe.
There was a silence, rather a strain strained
ed strained silence, Ijetween the two.
Th;u November continued. "Where
was you last night?"
Tail looked narrowly at Joe. Joe re returned
turned returned his stare.
'Sa y, No vem her Joe, a re you sea rch rch-ing
ing rch-ing for trouble?" asked Black in an
ominously quiet voice, i :
"Seema." as if troublu was searching
for me' replied No vtaber.
There was another silence. Then
Val jerked out. Ml call 3011 r hand"
"I show It," said .Ice. "You're sus suspected
pected suspected of robbing Sfilly's traps this
montti back. And j-ou're suspected of
entering Sally's house last evening
and stealing pelts.
. Witli a shout of rage Val made at.
November stood quite still under the
grip o;f the other's furious hands.
. ?Yoti act innocent, don't you, yon old
coyotte!" be grinned Ironically. "I
never said I suspbcted'you
Black drew offlooking a little fool foolish,
ish, foolish, hut he flared up ag.dn.
"Who-is it suspects me?" s
"Jest Evans. And he's got good evi evidence.
dence. evidence. Where was you between G and
1 last n:ght?V .
. "In the woods. I ; come back and
glep here." '
"Was "you alone?" v
"Then you can't prove no alibi.". Joe
paused., - , .
It was at this moment that Evans,
accompanied by two other forest rah
gers. appeared upon the scene. Quick
as 'lightning he covered DIack with his
"Up with your hands' be cried, "or
I'll put this load of blrdshot into your
Black scowled, but his hands went
up. He stood panting. At a sign one
of the rangers sidled up. and the click
of. handcuffs followed.
'What am I charged with?" cried
"You'll pay me 'for. this, Sirnn Ev Evans!"
ans!" Evans!" -
"It won't be for awhile-tnot till they
let you out again," retorted the war warden
den warden easil. "Take him off up the trail.
The rangers .walked away with their
prisoner, and Evans turned to Joe.
' "Guoss I have the Linh of you, No November'
vember' November' he said.
."Looks that way. vWhere you takin'
' To Lavette. 1 I've sent word to Mrs.'
Rone to come there tomorrow. And
how,"' continued Evans, "I'm going id
search Black's shack."
"The stolen pelts."
"Got a warrant?"
A "I'm a warden don't need one'
: "You'll not search without it' said
Novembermoving in front of the door.
"Who'll stop me?" Evans chin sbct
. out doggedlj'. .
"I might." said Joe in his most gen gentle
tle gentle manner. "I'm in the right, for ltys
agin the law, and you know it, Sir.
Evans'..,- ; .
Evans hesitated. "Have it your way,"
but I'll be back with my warrant be before
fore before sunup tomorrow, and I'm war warden,
den, warden, and maybe you'll find' It's better
to have me for a friend than"
"Huh! Say, Mr. Quaritch, have yon
a fill of that light baccy, o' yours? I
"want sobthinV.- ;
As soon as Evans was out of sight,
Joe beckoned me- to a thick piece of
scrub not far from the5 hut.
."Stay! right here till I come back.
Everything depends on that." he whlsu
pered. -, ;. ; t'
I lay down at my ease in a sheltered
spot,-and then Joe also took the road
for Lavette. Everything appeared to
be against Black the cartridge, which
fitted his rifle, the strands of "the tell telltale
tale telltale neckerchief, the man's own fu furious
rious furious behavior, his manifest passion
for Mrs, Rone, and the suggested mo motive
tive motive for the thefts all these things
pointed, conclusively it seemed to me,
in one direction. And yet I knew that
almost from the beginning of the in-
quiry November had decided that Black
was innocent. V
The evening turned raw, and'the thin
snow was softening, and though I was
weary of my; watch I was still dream dreaming
ing dreaming when I started under a hand that
touched my shoulder. Joe was crouch crouching
ing crouching at my side. He warned me to cau caution,
tion, caution, but I could not refrain from a
question as to where he had been. .,
' "Down to the store at Lavette be
whispered. "I was talking about that
search warrant pretty high handed I
said it was, and the boys agreed to
Alter awhile Joe touched me to wake wakefulness.
fulness. wakefulness. f;and I, saw something moving
on the trill below us. 'A second or two
of moonlight gave me a glimpse of the
approaching figure of n man. a hump
ed fi gu re tha t in o ved swiftly. A wh is is-tie.
tie. is-tie. No answer. And its hand went
to tbe latch. I heard Joe sigh as be
covered the man with his rifle. Then
cam life voice in its quiet tones.
"Guess the game's off, Sylvester.
Don't turn! Hands nnT
The man stood still a we came be
kind him: At a word he faced round.
I sar.v.tho high cheek bones and gleam.
Ing eyes of iiii Ictdian. His savage face
wai contracted 7wftfi 'animosity.
"Now. y Mr. Quaritch," said Novem Novem-ber
ber Novem-ber suggestively.l ? r 'fVS:-Y:
I flatter myself I made a neat job
of tying ip our prisoner.'
"Thank jou. What's in that bundle
on his back?" ' -.
I open el it. Several skins dropped
out. Joe examined them. "AH sot
Sally's mark on," he said. "Say, Mr,
Quaritch :Iet me introduce you to a
pretty me;in thief." ;
7 : -" 'i ''' ' "'
I noticed that "Joe.-took -our. prisoner
along at i. good pace toward Lavette.
After a injle or two. however, he asked
me tc? go sthead and If I met with Mrs.
Hone to make her wait his arrival, but
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he, added in an aside. "TMsber noth nothing
ing nothing about Sylvester."
I reached the village soon after
dawn, but already the people were
gathered at the store, where every
one was discussing tbe case. :
-.As 1 beard nothing of Mrs. Rone, 1
set out toward ber. bouse. When 1
met her I noticed that her gentle face
wore a' changed; expression. I dcliv
ered my message.
,n -1 civ
ths game's off. Dcn't turn!
. Hands uplH
never speaK to xsoveniDer again
as long as I live!", she said with deep
-vlndictiveness. "November's played
double with me. I'll show hira!"
' I walked beside her In .silence, and
just before we came in sight of the
houses we met with Joe alone. He
had evidently left-Sylvester in. safe
custody. Joe glanced from Sally to
me.. I read understanding in his eyes.
"We've. got him trapped safe. Sally.
Not a hole for him to slip out by."
Sally's rage broke from 43 er control.
'You're just too cute, "November Joe."
she blazed.: "with your tracking and
finding out things and putting Val In
jail!- What do you say to ii that I've
been fooling you all the time? I never
lost no pelts! I only said It to get the
.laugh against ye." Ye was beginning
to believe ye could hear the muskrats
" "Is that so?' inquired oe gently,
"Yes;? and I'm going into Lavette
this minute to tell them!"
Joe stepped in front of her. "Just
as. you like, Sally. But bow'li ye ex explain
plain explain these?" ne flung cpen the bun bundle
dle bundle of skins he carried.
Mrs. Rone turned color. "Where did
ye find them?" she gasped.
"On his back' :
She hesitated a moment, then, "I
gave Val that Jot," she said carelessly.
' "That's queer, now' said Joe, "cos
It was on In.Un Sylvester I .found
Sally stared at Joe, then lauahed
-vriaeniy, cs-r"r:y. .- . ;.
s-ure the cutv. ; cvl:- j .1 i;i
world Aj:,! .i i'.iir.:
"IMbe-t yr.- that --a t Val IHackl"
said Joe c-i..:ly.
And S;:I!y:s Mushe-s were.' prutf. .r
than you-i-ouM :':J!vt-.
There i iwnl fur nif (o tell ho v.'
Blue!; v. :ls iit.-s :lr j inn.: the lMi;d
tC the crti;' :Y:i Ev.;;,-, -.ho w:..i ;
nonplussed-as I myself ".,! lccn r!.
the breakdown of the r.t wh:c)i up
to th'.last moment ;. o:j t;;. inee
if t"i'i;ied inde:tru, : 'A '...
I have never hoe 1 forward to z::y
explanation more than that v,h!c!i
November gave to 11 tn. Roue, Bh-.c;:
and inysj.t t!;e same ever. ing..
"It was the carcass of Rizpah give
me the (hvt start." Mtld Joe, "As soe:
.as I Law I knvw it -f .:sn't Val
.-".WhyT' ..iisketl; Eally.fl-:,. p;-:A. ..j
,' 'Yca Trr.:rrJ r : ,T hie':cd v: ":
Now here wns t! x.p to that:
thief hrd r, : : . .iMy, izi-l all tl;
: sign he left behl tul -jwis a lew- thread
of h!i nt."-" .id an ZT:gllsh cisde
cartri.l.re. Vhe thief :?ocs out, and eld
Rlz: ih attacks him. lie shoot;? hr.
Then uts her body nigh to f!:c::j.
Why?" Ve all shook our hrn ,!:;.
"I'.c;ia?e he wants -to get hi3 bulhjt
.'-J h,r. And why doe? 'h? .ant
; 1.3 ballet? Only one s f rrr. rrr.-'
' rrr.-' 'Because it'.i "diift rcrt t: tha bul-
1 ht dropped on-purpc..? Ia t'ho
"By Jove!" I crird. : ' ;
'.'."Frcwn-that it ail flts in. .It r-rtn
Yunny that the thief should t.rop i a
'cartridge, funnier .sthi that he should
not notice he'd left a bit. i t hU t ichc:
stuck to the hails on tli? door. i-tiJl.
I'd allow them two things mlghi hip hip-pcn.
pcn. hip-pcn. But when it came to hii.h.ivii.'.t
nr.ro t?ta nf tt.m
. a 1.4... J M.l L. I" t V . V Mk. ftrf tJf
the epnu-e. where Rvamt found thesj,
it looked like as if .the thief was a.
might poor woud-sman..- Which l:,c
wasn't- lie hid hi tracks good ir,C
cunning.' After that I gics-sed I wnsi
on the right scent, but. I wasn't plumb
e are till I-co:::e up to "Ihe place vher(?
he killed the partr!;K. hle he wav
snaring It he rested his rifie ag'ia a
.tree. I saw the mark of. the butt cu
the ground and th t.cra teli from the?
forc.,!;;ht upon the h.irk. Then I kr.ev,',
lie didn't carry -rr Knglih Hiie."
"How did youjknow?" asked J:.il!y.
"I could measure Its length a;:i:i th ?
tn-e. It was nigh a foot shorter ih:-.::
' nn Rnglish riHe."
Val's fist came down on- the tablo.
"Bully for you.'Joe!"
"Well." now. there Wits one r.irr.r
thing. B..-sides that black fn::. Sally
here missed other marlied They
wasn't much value. Why did the thiof
take them? Again only o:;a rc:tr.o;i.
nb wanted 'em for making more fal.
evidence agin Val
He paused. '3 on, .Ice cried lie
"Vhcn Jlr. Quaritch and I c:a::5 t
Val's shack we searched it. Nothing
there. Why? .Co.- Val had been hon;
fill nlcrht and Sylveter coiilun't g:t Ui
without vvakin him."
"But," said I, "wasn't there a goe I
case against Black without IhatV
-"Yes. there was a ea:-e, but hi i coi, coi,-vtionv
vtionv coi,-vtionv wasn't an absolute cine!:.' ():
the other hand, if the stolen f 'rim
was found hid in hi shack- That'.:
why you had to lie in that hi;: h
long. Mr, Quaritch. while I wert I j t
I Lavette and spread it around that th 4
shack hadn't been searched by Rvai:..
.Sylvester was at the store, and h:? U
into the tiap fight chough. We wait-
f-tl I 111 llllll. il I II Ik I 2. Ilk llllll,
"O course." continued Joe. "revenge
on 'Val weren't Sylvester's only g.:::i.
He meant rohldn Sally, too. nnd had
his plan. laid. He must 'a gone to
Val's and st.de a cartridge and the bit-
of necker before he robbed Sally's
house. Last night he started out to
leave a few cheap pelts at Val's; Int
he had the black fox skin separate in
his pack with hi bit o tea and Iljai
and tobacco, t'.i If we hadn't f:o!: h n
"he'd have :ilt out into .Mai;.i an' sold
.the black fos pelt there."
"But why shuuhl i'yi venter Live
such a down on Va!?
Jce laughed. "Ask 'Val V
"Ton years ago." raid Val, "when
we was- b'Jth -.ri.dng tv.'cnty i i arf I
gave Jlylvc-stei a t'nra aing he'd likely
remember. He had a dog what weren't
no use, and he decided to shoot it. :
he did. but h- didn't hill it. He tLH
it far back ard left It la the wcodi,
and I come along'
"The brute!" exclaimed Sally.
lie's 'a dangerou.s Injin," said No November,
vember, November, ."and he's of a breed that
"When he gets out of prison you'll
have to keep awake, Joe" said Val.
. "When he gets out I'll have the f::ot
in ray hair all right and you and Sally
will be old married folks." retorted
Jc. "You'll sure be tired of r neh oth; r
Sally looked at Val, and Joe caught
the look. '
, "Leastways he added,, "you'll pre pretend
tend pretend you are better'n you do now."
. We all laughed.
Why worry about your Than xgv xgv-ing
ing xgv-ing cakes r.hen you can hnvc in ;r.!re
them for you to your orilcr? Cr.rtcr'
Ir. lujouar ho
' OCALA OCCURRENCES I
Moose meet this evening."
Hoyal Arch meets tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
See the Japanese
v EUr. Don
china at The
Peabody is spending
Burt's Ninety Day Seed Oats for
eale at Ocala Seed Store. 11-27-tf
air. C. 2P. Howell has bougbt ?a
Ford to take the place of bis Stod-dard-Dayton,
which -was burned last
Capt. R. A. Alfred qf Port Inglis
is in the city taking In the fair and
is snaking his headquarters as usual
at the Ocala House.
iMr. Tully Hickson of Mcintosh, is
registered at the Ocala House -wM1e
attending the lair.
See jthe new boliday goods The
Hurray Company is displaying and
more coming. 26-3t y.
Chrysanthemums for sale for
Thanksgiving, -from 50 cents t to $3
per dozen, at the green housel 25-2t
10. ...... 72
This .report ii made from obserr
vations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. 4 '.
' ; Max.
W. K. Zone, 31 D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, IJbso
and Throat. Law library Building,
Ocala, Fla. : :..;.'.V
All prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh
drugs. V 2-6t
iMr. A. J. Leaven good of Stanton
came up-yesterday to spend several
days at the fair. .
Messrs. Ed X. Wartmann and W.
business men, are "here in attend-
anco at the fair.
Office supplies, all kinds, at The
(Murray Company. 26-3t
IMrs. John E. Futch, of .Galne's--ville,
is the Thanksgiving guest of
Mrs. T. iE. Bridges, coming especial especially
ly especially to attend the -fair.
Mr. Arthur .Williams of Murdock
lias been a visitor at our fair. V
ii ii in mi iii ii irr Tf'i
(Messrs. H. W. tFlagg, of Acton1
(Mass., and Hi B. Daniels, of Boston,
are guests ofjtj former's uncle, Mr.
Frank Weatherlfee and family. They
are on a sight seeing trip to the state
and will spend much time,ihunti
iMr. Cecile (Robertson, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is a Thanksgiving guest at the
Harrington, arriving last night from
iLive Oak in an eight cylinder 1915
Cadillac, fwhich. (he ds demonstrating.
A trio of charming Alachua county
ladies attending the 'Marion-Sumter
Fair include Mrs. (Harry Jc 'Higgins,
Mrs. FenneU and : Mrs. 1M. Calister,
of Gainesville. v s
Among the prominent 'isi tors to
Ocala for fair week are Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Carson, of Ashland, Kan.,
sas, who arrived yesterday for a vis visit
it visit of some length to iMrs. Carson's
aunt, iMrs. J. 1H. H. iMcClymonds.
Mr. John iLinsey. is spending
Thanksgiving in Ocala en route to
Tarpon Springs from South Carolina
where he was summons Hast week by
the, illness and death o,f ihis brother
at Chereau. ;
...IMr. James Brooks, of Tampa, ,is
the guegt of his parents-, Dir.. and
Mrs. J. B. Brooks.
Miss Lenora M. Outsclag, of, 'Mar 'Martin,
tin, 'Martin, is among the visitors at the
fair today. 5 ;
Everything in the "drug line at
Gerig's store on the fair grounds. 23
EUr. Hartley Corley, of the Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg Commercial accompanied : by
B. C. Jr., is taking In the sMarion sMarion-Sumter
Sumter sMarion-Sumter fair today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams and
children of iHomosassa motored in
this morning and are spending the
day at the fair. ..,.-
They say the food and service at
the Ocala iHouse dining room is fine.
The proof of the pudding is in shew shewing
ing shewing the bag. 23-tf
Last evening at the crossing of
Third and South Lime streets an In
verness iHupmobile and IMr. De'mpsey
(Mayo's 'Ford collided. Both 'cars
were filled -with passengers, 'but for
tunately all escaped unhurt. The
fender of Mr. Mayo's car and the
lights and fender of he Hup, were
considerably bent, the former receiv
ing the greater blow.
Citra, ;Xov. 25. ODr. V. J. Carpen
ter, who 'has been the guest of iMr.
and Mrs. fDriver for a few davs re-
turned today to his home in Jack
IMr. Carmac, of, Atlanta, i visit visiting
ing visiting bis wife and little daughter at
the White House.
W. j.' Crosby, C. W. Driver, Dir.
and Mrs. -Rie, Qlrs. CreekmoreiMrs.
Fast and iMr. (DuPree were Wnong
the Citra people who motored over to
Gainesville last Thursday to attend
the fair. V- '-. : : 1
Qlr. Baird of- Tennessee -is a
business visitor to Citra. ;
A most delightful meeting of the
mission study circle was beld at the
home of oilrs. James Bentzland Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.
IMrs.l Sf ..Itameypent Sunday, with
her parents at' lie ddlck.
Mrs. J. B. Williams and atUle
daughter, Ida Oiay, spent several
days with friends at Starke last week.
Tbe ladies of the Baptist church
and .Episxxpal church' met at the
home of Wrs. J. P. Ansley ilast Fri Friday
day Friday and (had a shower for tho bene benefit
fit benefit of the Dpiscopal iHospital in Orlando.
AIUlIVAJi AND DEPAttTUKE
OF TRAINS AT OCAXjA
Among the prominent Florldiaris
in attendance at the meeting of. the
Florida Vegetable 'Marketing Bureau
is Postmaster W. H. Borpby of 'Crys;
tal SpringsC He s registered at the
LAICC WEIR W. C. T. XJ.
The (Lake Weir W. C. T. U. beld
its regular meeting (Nov. 19th. In
the absence of the president, iMrs.
Rast was asked to act in her place.
The meeting was opened with the
usual devotional exercises. iNIne
members answered at roll call one
vif Itor 'present. ':: .'. ,.;
-Mrs. Cameron expressed a box. of
kumquat oranges to the national
convention In Atlanta. A vote of
thanks to .Mrs. Cameron for this kind
thought . ;
IMoved an d.! seconded to send a
vote of thanks ito Oklr. G. G. Richie
of Candler for the reduction ihe made
this union ton printing the year's
IMrs. Sigmon Is to be to cbarge of
the rest Toom at the county fair, on
friday, with.' Miss Orace 15 nook to
assist her. ;
- A committee; -wa9 appointed ta
see to getting up two barrels of mix
ed fruits to be sent to (Mrs. G, D.
Washburn in Ocala to tfiavo the
Juices extracted to 'b used in drinks
to the served at tbe rest room.
Mrs. Reed, IMrs. Rast and Miss
iHarriet JSlmpson attended the state
convention In Jacksonville, (Miss
Simpson as a delegate from this
union; Mrs, Reed went on to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta to attend the national conven convention.
After all! business matters bad
been discussed IMrs. iSnook v f took
cblarge of the social -part of the boiir.
IMrs. Snook is superintendent ; of
mother's meetings. The subject dis discussed
cussed discussed was "Child Training." tfiach
one present-bad something to read
on the subject, or some very' inter interesting
esting interesting experience 7 to relate, which
made a very 'profitable hour."
fleeting adjourned to meet again
Press Correspond Biit or ,W. C. T. U.
Atlantic Coast Une
'No. 9,' Jacksonville to Leesburg
05 p. m. - . .,''.-
iNo. 10, Leesbuyg to Jacksonville
03 a. m. T ...
No. 37, Jacksonville to St: Peters-
iburg 2:05 a., m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:? a. m.
u"o. 30, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:40 p. m. ;
No. 4 0, rt. Petersburg to Jackor-
ville 1 : 14 p. m. 1 ?
'No. 14 0, Ocala to Palatka 6:10 :
Nox 141, Palatka to Ocala 8:30
a. m." ':
No. 48. Ocala to Homcsassa
JLeayes, 2 : 02 p. m. ' t
DTo. 49, Homosassa to Ocala Ar Arrives
rives Arrives 1:05 p. a.
-No. o5 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Iake Iake-iland1
iland1 Iake-iland1 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursdav
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland, to
Ocala 3:50 p, n., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and. Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala. to ?Vilcox-6 :10a.
m., iMonday, "WcdnccJay and tFriday.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:4 5, p.
m., Monday, -Vednerday and fTriday.
No, 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:45 a. m.
. No: 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar Ar-rivp,
rivp, Ar-rivp, 1:10 p. m.; leave, 1:'25. s
; No. 9, JaclisonviHe to Taxnpa'r
2:33 p.m. -,
. No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
a. m. :
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar Ar-rive
rive Ar-rive 1:12 p. m.; leave 1:30 p. m.
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
jNo. TlArrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. an. 1 '
No. '7i2 Lfcaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m., daily except Thursda3
No. 72 Thursday, leaves Ocala
for Palatka at 5 p. m.
i ..''.:.'-' jX. Js&!K "Y'X-- i
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Wo offer one hundred dollars re-
Vv-ard for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by- Hall's Catarrh
:F. J. Cheney & Ca.,TolDdo, O.
We, the undersigned, bave fcnor.-a
F. J. Cheney for the last. 15 y:ir;,
and -believe him perfectly lionorahla
in, all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by his firm. ; f
- National Bank of Commerce,
; Toledo, Ohio.
y Hall's Catarrh Cure is .taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents -per ibottle. v Sold by
airdrugsists. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation. ad
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. I, depot
corner. Meals a la carte an dV lunches
at any ho'ir. Adv. : ri
DON'T DETAV TREATING
CLOSING OUT ODD AND. END
STATIONERY at reduced prices, at
(Messrs. Wr B. Gallagher and Whit
Palmer returned last uigbt from a
hunting tiip with if ri ends at, Salt
Subscribe for" your magazines,
either for gifts or self, at The iM.ur iM.ur-Tay
Tay iM.ur-Tay Company. ; 26-3t
Captain Russell of Lalce Weir, 'Mr.
A. S. J. tMcKinney of Stanton and
Qlr. (Robert (Marshall of Oklawaha
'weTe among the pleased spectators at
the fair yesterday.
UNDERTAKERS and ELlBALOERb
flje Czsbets and Darlal Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
b aimers and Fully Guaranteed
V. E. 3IcIVEB ....304
C. V. PU)BEliTS 305
Undertaking GfUce 47
A. slight cough often becomes seri serious
ous serious 'lungs get eongestea, .broncial
tubes fill nvith mucous. Your vitali vitality
ty vitality is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-fHoney. 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-fri-wkly.
NOTICE" TO TAXPAYERS
The" tax books for the payment" if
19tate and county taxos are now
. 1 ensure and -bilng or send a cor correct
rect correct 'description of your, 'property
wheflr you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen tbe possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service. f
; 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. iL. Colbert.
11-3-ra Ta' Collector .'Marion Co.
CITY TAXES w
The city tax books nave been opeu
for tpayment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they be closed 'Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal 'property
W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office In court house. 11-6-tf
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Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala .House? You'll never know know-how
how know-how goot it is till you do so.. 23-tf
Candler, Cov. 23. Mrs. Molly
Burnham Peach is a guest of, the
Jones 'House. ;
.IMr. and iMrs. S. Dustin of Batavia,
are domiciled in their cozy bungalow
for the winter. :
.'Mr. Stewart lias returned from
The "following are the pupils of
the public school wuo made a gen general
eral general average In scholar sbip during
tjhe past' month: Ninth grade, Mar-
lan Sa-age; sixth grade, Olive iHiltz;
fifth grade, Walter Dreiver and Don Donald
ald Donald Curcie; ; ifourth grade, Philip
"Fort, Delmar Belcher 'and Albert
Mars-hall r second grade, Paul Gilles Gillespie,
pie, Gillespie, Annie Lou- IBelcher and Freida
Driever. v -;: f--)':
V The Junior-Christian (EAdeavorers
of OkTawaba. came up in a :body Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon end organized an En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor 'here. V
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v.t: to no
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Uerchanls & miners Trans Co.
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Ulf AS H I N GTO IVf
New Steamers. Iiow res. Beat
service. Wireless telegraph on all
iteamers. Through fares and tickoti
to all Northern and Western point
Automobiles carried. V v
For reservations, tickets, etc j
; H. C. AVERY, Agent,
, Cotton Plant,, 'Nov. 23. -Mr. Al
fred Harroun returned last Thurs-
day from Boafdman. i
QlrJ and Mrs. GI. L. -Reynolds re
turned to Ocala Friday, after a few
davs visit 'here with Mrs. C. R. Veal.
. iMessrs: Will Veal,: Fred Turner
Alfred iHarroun and - Frank (Morris
spent Saturday In the woods Siunt
ing, and all gathered at the bome of
IMr and IMrs. C. ;R. Beal in the eve evening
ning evening and enjoyed a "bird fry' and
afterwards the. young folks enjoyed
several bours of flinch :
CMlss Alma Sykes .spent 'Monday
night -with Mis3 Rachel Veal. 1
The farmers are ibusy with their
potatoes arid cane.
The freeze last Friday -night was.
quite a surprise, tMr. W. E. Veal
bad some very fine cucumbers which
-Miss Carrie Barco intends leaving
in a few weeks for South Florida for
a visit to her brother, and family.
'''(Mrs. A.- W. Woodward was on. the
sick list last. week. We are glad to
report her very much improved.
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'' Orange Springs, Nov. 25.- Mrs.
W. H. OPegram went to Maitland Sun Sunday:
day: Sunday: to visit her son.
iMr. J, B. Hall, wife and two
daughters, Ethel and Gladys, Messrs.
A. L. and J. R. Wimberly, Charles
Woods an d iL. J. JMatohett went to
Forty Foot Bluff Thursday, return returning
ing returning Sunday afternoon. They were
disappointed in not being able to get
a deer, but feasted' on squirrel.
The recent cold did very little
damage, only to the gardens.
'Mr. and iMrs. J, M. Hall of Mariet Marietta,
ta, Marietta, Ohio, are at r the Carlton House
at present, tbut bave rented the Capt;
Smith (house for the winter. Mrs.
Qlinnie H. Wood, Mrs. Hall's mother,
is with them.
Mr. 'Melton of Citra, was register registered
ed registered at the Carlton House a few days
Messrs. Charles Sleg and Fred
Higgins passed through town this
morning in their oar
iMr. Dave Waldron, Bay 3bake, has
bought a new five-passenger oar and
was in town in It Saturday.
Odr. J. B. Hall has gone to S,parr to
look after -business iuterests.
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Announces ithpr mo vinfi of IthSl In litnt
offlcesand treatment rooms to the Z. Eutto
Building oh ; Main Street, southeast corner
of PubUc Square, entrance betveen The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be lluia
- - Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 335
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