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FenOEOAD SAYS TCEY ARE ALOOSI raiHLATED
Berlin, "Nov. 27. -Military exports j Tetrograd, Nov.: 27. It is official official-declare
declare official-declare the announcement f the Jy announced today, that an entire
heavy .losses inflicted on three Itus-' German army corps'-(fifty thousand
Bian armies in Poland show the most men)h-as 'been captured hy the Hus Hus-important
important Hus-important success since the war be-' fiians in Poland, Terrific losses are
gun. The Husslans lost forty thous-. weakening the. German offensive,
and prisloners and a hundred suns. Russian successes in Galicia con con-German
German con-German reinforcements have arrlv- timie' and seral thoa'sand prision-
ors ihavi hwn ia(o-n in Hntifa rv
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is beginning to flow with the Ger Germans.
SKVKIIAI4 'MINOR GKIIMAX SUC SUC-'
' SUC-' CESSES
Berlin, Nov. 26 (via wireless).
Several aninor German successes
without decisive result in either the
western or eastern war zones,;, were
offldalljr announced this afternoon, .(Jtotma m TJ,B 'nussuxs VST
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Tiflis, Nov. 27. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the Turks east of Ez Ez-erum
erum Ez-erum have been' completely routed
by the iRussians and have fled into
(Ezerum. The Russians took nine
-thousand irisioners,a.nd sixteen guns.
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. Rotterdam, 'Nov. 27. Several sub submarines
marines submarines in Zeebrugge harbor escap escaped
ed escaped to sea, despite a heavy 'bombard 'bombardment
ment 'bombardment by British ivarships. The
British gunners were wonderfully
accurate. One shed containing three
submarines was destroyed and twen twenty
ty twenty seven of the crews killed.
RIG FORCE OF GERMANS POUR POURING
ING POURING INTO BEIX3IUM
'All Belgian railroads are given ov over
er over to troop movements. iMany train
loads of Germans are pouring into
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HAVE I -KICKED ON AEROPXulNE.3
f dropping eo? ins :rnn
1- ; THEIR HOUSES
, Washington, Nov. 27.'- fflsprcsen-
tatives of the United States goveni-
ment ;haT informally protected
againit the dropping of bombs from
Zeppelins on oin fortified cities oc occupied
cupied occupied by non-combatants, particu particularly
larly particularly 'by '3ermajy, Tras conHnncd by
the state department today. The
The attendance at the IMaricn IMaricn-Eizmtcr
Eizmtcr IMaricn-Eizmtcr County Fai was -heavy icrain
tclay, a creat many people attended
the fair from town, many came in
by private conveyance .. from the
country end the big delegation of
over, fifty cars from Alachua county
and Gainesville,., with a large num number
ber number on all trains arriving ran the at attendance
tendance attendance up again to as many as on
yesterday, Thanksgiving day. The
Zeppelin, raids -have since practically men attending the Florida 'Vegetable;
GREAT v SUMS OF MONEY ARE
COMING IN AND BUSINESS :
CONDITIONS ARE GOOD
Iondon, Ncnr. 27. Chancellor
liloyd George in a speech in the
House of Commons this afternoon
declared that England nas rallied
from the financial depression caused
by : the war and conditions are. now
the very foest. The war loan of a
-billion 'and; three-quarters .was over over-subscribed.
subscribed. over-subscribed. ;. At' the beginning of the
Kurdish horsemen and Turkish rein- war the whole world owed England
forcemeats were driven 'back south of
SUPERDREADNAUGHT 15L.OWN UP Alashgerd.
THURSDAY OFF SHE REN ESS
London, Nov.' 27.- It was officially
announced here that the battleship
SUmiAIUNBS FA IKED AT SEI5AS-TOPOL
Petrogard, .Nov. 27. Two Turk-
, , ish submarines trying to enter the
Shereness. Only twelve men out of. v v r v i. i
, n , r 1 harbor at Sebastopol last night were
the 700 or 800 on 'board the Buj-i r. , .. ,
iAecording to the admiralty r the
fired upon. ; One is reported to have
been" sunk, but 'the other escaped.
explosion, which resulted in the dc-i,, ASI -ETAKIXG
struction ot tne -tiuiwarK, is Deiievea
to have originated in her own mag magazine.
azine. magazine. The announcement of the -disaster
to the Bulwark was made 1y Win Winston
ston Winston Spencer Churchill, first lord of
the admiralty,, shortly before 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
HEAVY GUIIS FOR
TSIHG TAO HAD
JAIMN FORTIFYING CITY TAKEN
FR03I THE GERMANS
Tokio, Csov. 27. It 13 officially an announced
nounced announced today that General Kanyo
has been appointed commander of
Tsing Tao garrison, on Kiao Chau,
now iheld by a -strong force of Japa Japanese'
nese' Japanese' and British, which is rebuild rebuilding
ing rebuilding the ravaged country. Heavy
Japjnese guns are being mounted to
defend the harbor.
THE LINE TRENCHES
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Rlofidy Fighting VitlKut Result on
the 300-Mile IxnR Rattle
Paris, Nov. 27 (Official). The
repulse of German infantry attacks
on the right foank of the Yser river
in Belgium and .the Argonne region
of France was announced this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The bombardment of iRheims
continues. Fighting in the (Argonnes
is apparently very -severe. iSome of
the trenches taken 'hy the enemy
have been re-taken by the allies.
money that the country could not
get. Among the large debtors the
United States alone owed five billion
dollars The financial conditions are
TRAGEDIES INCREASE ON
THE SAVANNAH RACE TRACK
Savannah, Ga.,'Nov. 27. .Another
rider in yesterday's: motorcycle -race
who was badly injured, .S. D. .Kelly,
died this morning.. 1 Verrill is -unexpected
, to live through the day.
Hot drinks or all kinds at the
Court; Pharmacy. 2-6 V
fi:;i:st band.ijj fio::ida
SPANISH RESIDENTS OF -MEXICO
CITY SHOT BY ZAPATA'S
Washington, Nov. 27.- Secretary
of St&e, Bryan-was today informed
by Ambassador Jliano, of Spain,
.that a number of Spaniards 'h as 'been
"murdered when Zapata's forces en entered
tered entered Mexico .City. Bryan did not
indicate what action he would take,
but it-is expected that Coiisul 'Silli 'Silli-man
man 'Silli-man will be ordered to Investigate.
QUIET REIGNS IN VERA" CRUZ
Washington, Nov. -.27. A11 iplaces
of .business in Vera Cruz have re re-opened
opened re-opened and no disorders have oc occurred
curred occurred since the evacuation of the
city by the American troops.
Have you trled,the dining room at
the Ocala .House? You'll, never know
how goot it is till you do so. 23-tf
Marketing Bureau supplemented the
crowd r;nd all daylong tho streets
of tho city and tho Fsir grounds end
TJxpocition ctrect' along the ronte to
the fair grounds, has. presented a.
busy and gala day aspect. At ;m;;ny
tmes' there were so many, cutos on
the public square flint one ct)uld
scarcely get around -and 'the trn:"c
officers were Icept -busy handling the
trafT;c. ; The conductor on the A. C.
L.- north bound train at 1 o'c; c'i
said he had 100 fares' for Ocala, i.nd
the other trains entering the city
brought their full quota.
It is remarkable how the exhlbit.3
fheld up -and how- fresh the f rIt
and' the green-stuff kept up till this
afternoon. As far as we vcre cble
to see at noon today, not a single
exhibit had been removed from the
if in the
city end' it the fair grounds 'by to
superb Univc rcity hand. Till 3 o r jxn-
izaticn cf 'c-.,cnty-thrc3 youn
liiC.i nt...i i,tP.Jf 'utiUUi i-.J pfc.iO ii
crt band tliat lias virile d our city
the monory of tho -cl'Zzii Inhabit'
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town and v,-;.-!. ;;r;:o v: i
other citl: :.
nviz t:iouj:.:;d at t::::
the fair it
VIENNA REPORTS VICTORY
In Spite of Russian Reinforcement!,
.Servians Ma he No Headway
Vienna, Nov. 27. -The Austrian3
continue successful, against the Ser Servians
vians Servians despite the "heavy reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements of .'Russians. Austrian troops
have' gained ground at several points
in Poland, especially north of .' .Cri .Cri-cow,
cow, .Cri-cow, and repulsed all Russian at attacks
tacks attacks In Galicia. (Official).
FRAUDULENT SALT: OF
LANDS IN FLORIDA
TO THE FARMERS
Canadian Government Helping to
Make Oood for Short Crops
Ottawa, Nov. 27. An appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of a million dollars to purchase
seed grain for the farmers who lost
their crops by the drouth in the west
last summer has 'been made by the
Mr. O. H.. Martin, a write-up m an for Hearst's Sunday American of
A-Mnntn id rin ,thp itv nnd fr&t. out an ATTRACTIVE INDEX and
Caused Chambers and "Four of UU
A cents to be Convicted
Kansas, Mo.- Nov.
WRITE-UP combined of the 'business Interests of Ocala, using THE
Chambers, -of Kansas City, president
OCALA STAR as the -medium!
I of the Chambers ''Land Company,
)and,four of -his agents were found
' lt J '" guilty here yesterday of misusing the
Mr. Martin i. an expert in the advertising- business and comes .highly mails lConnectloa h. tho ?alo of
endor'scd from other cities which he has visited and done like work; and j Everglades land In Florida. Sen-
we heartily recommend him to our business public :
Our paper next week will combine thi3 special feature with other
live news, presenting.it in good style. -
THE OCALA STAR
tence was deferred.
. In addition to Chambers; the de defendants
fendants defendants are the Rev. A, iI3. Gam Gam-mage,
mage, Gam-mage, of Kansas City; IF. W Jlar Jlar-per,
per, Jlar-per, of Fort Lauderdale, Fllorida; E.
L'. Rnssell, Miami, Florida;, and
Charles B. Hubbard, Pittsburg, Kan.
1"! ft V'-rr. h- f
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they had not received tl;
thV tickets eoli in town,
h sve i"""on -t I c! ; c t s T
rimd packed full
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nearly 3000 '::;ore vrr:
grounds' at tho time.
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ton 'and Land's Blitth,' C.
of Ocahi' and' TJcs.-rs. i
Jvi n g o r uj u r r j r c r o
hunt in Gulf Ha:n:oc!c.
air, U. P. Hammcnii ;';nd
Rowena Hamrncns : ; -r;iit Tiinr. dr-y :i
Mr. tin d". Mrs. G. M. Blit-h, ."!r,
and Mns. G. J. IIIRch, Mr-. Mau.io
Home and children 'Mrs. Lfzzlc Ed Edwards
wards Edwards r.nd (Mr. Bernard 't-jnc? f?f
Ocala attended a cane grinding
Thursday afternoon at the hom- of
Mr. and Mrs, 11. Ii'. Lliich.
, JMrs. B. R. Blltch, Mi?s L: ::Io
BIItch and 'dr. B. C. Blltrh sp.v"t
Friday in Ocala.
Mrs. S. H. Blitch U fc:i:r ring from
an-attrh of fever.
Mr. c;.d 'Mr:. M. "T. Proctor aZ
Pciro -v, ere Wcdnc-raiy visitors.
at. the B?.;jti,t church r.ior:;l:ir; an l
night of December Sprci-.l nm -ic.
O.Ir.. J. W. Coulicr i.: -A;.;
ip mj ;
from injuric.i; received
"Twenty-five young people enjoyal
a chicken pilhiu at tho homo ,f Ir.
and !5Irs. Blitch 'Friday ni.'ht.
Mrs. Joseph Akin is v-Riir: at
We are celling Stock tind Poultry
Powders and Medicines at hr-If i
Vvfo 25cts or bvcis pcchri at czi
price: Ocala Seed Storo IC-l-tf
W E WIAKE A
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FROiVl NOW OW PRICES WILL RANGE FRO
We will Cut and Design a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure. It will be Made in Ocala by B. SCHER.
These Goods Will Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen House; Each Yard of Cloth Will Be Stamped With a Guarantee
o Be All Wool. '.;:. v : :,. i:i : r;;.:-'. '.'"."'-' '
WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO dVlAKE THE 015 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
' Come on You Big. Fat Men, You 6 Feet Tall Boys, You Hard to Fit Fellows; We Can Fit You All.
B. SCHEO, MADJAGER.
THIS CCAIA CVCirUiG CXAK, FRIDAY, :;DVZr.r:n 27, XCS4
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v7ji ARE overstocked vitb. buggies and snr snr-vv
vv snr-vv .. nes and Have decided co sell 'Ciiem ou: a"-:
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The Better Vall-Board
'THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of. con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost oi material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
B ... - v .- v ,'.
ADGER-BOARD is easy to ap
f ily. Don't wait for plasterers
do the work yourselt All the tools
needsd are hammer and saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan pan-ellecl
ellecl pan-ellecl and painted with many beauti beauti-..
.. beauti-.. ful e ffects.
Permanent Walls at v
Lower Cost :
E ADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
' or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
'the cold out. Call and see a sample
cf Badger-Board and ask us about
itfi many uses.
Call on or write for prices
f State Agent, OCATLA, FLA
UHDliRTAKERS anil lif.lBAUilERb
Ifllie Cas!(ll 2nd Bcirlal Robes,
IX E. I!crVER and V. ROBERTS
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All Work Bone by Licensed Em Em-lalincrs
lalincrs Em-lalincrs and Pally Guaranteed
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t?3DIer raking Offies. . . . 47
of five, car
low.-' riianuiaccurers 'cost,
rade FiiJJLiiLiYGy ARaNTSEEJ, 's
time for yon to buy' .a buggy fo2
GETS HOI A COMING v
AND A GOING
Incidents in the Life' of a Florida
' Farmer Showing the Necessity
of Home Industry
A. husbandman, born a Flaridian,
is of few days and firll of trouble. He
riseth nip early while yet dark, strikres
a match made in Maine, lights a lamp
made in Connecticut, walks up to a
iwashstand made -in Michigan, fills a
'bowl -made in Ohio, bathes his face
and 'hands with soap made in 'New
Hampshire; draws on a suit of under-
clothes made Sn Cincinnati; pulls on
socks knit in Georgia; draws on a
pair of shoes made in Massachusetts;
puts on a shirt anade in a uNew y or k
sweat stfiop; gets 5nto a pair of over-
alls made in iChicago; treats his body
to a coat made in Xew York; agitates
ia locks -with a comb made In RTiode
Island; decorates his head with a hat
(made in New Jersey; picks up a Ian-
tern made in Kansas; turns the ;iknob
in a door lock -made in Birmingham
and steps out into the fresh air of
a (Florida morning.
He begins Oils days -work 'by feed-
ng .his stock from a basket made In
Virginia; -waters them from a pail
made in Pennsylvania, and answers
a (breakfast bell made in Philadelphia,
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He sits down to a table made in. Iowa
in a chair made in Kentucky; brushes
the crumbs from a tahle cloth made
in Massachusetts; sips coffee from a
cup made in ';SNtew Jersey, sweetened
with sugar grown in Cuba, and stir-
red with a spoon made in Illinois,
He eats grits shipped from Tennes-
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see, seasoned with bacon from Xe-
braska; -wipes Oils mouth on a nap-lin
kin made in Cleveland and uses a
toothpick made in Oregon. He turns
from the table to fill his pipe made
in West Virginia with tobacco grown
In Xorth Carolina and proceeds to
make smoke, about the onlv manu-
factured product peculiar to Iris state,
The days woTk is now before him,
which he begins iby using a (bridle!
m?l1, iTl T&xmz rvn a minli ricrivf1 fvr I
him by a .Missouri farmer and kindly
handed down through several hands
S -wlth a little rake off for all
iXltJ Udfl UCtCi OVJ i'l'U. iLU XU111K Vila. L
millions of acres of undeveloped pas
ture lands in his5 own state would life Ss now 'behind him, he lias pass pass-grow
grow pass-grow just as g'ood mules, and, that ed 'jhe noon lime of his existence.
forage can he grown at 25 per cent, has crossed the -great divide and turn turn-o
o turn-o t?ie cost to the (Missouri farmer cd his face to the setting sun, the tree
and that nature favors him with a cli
the next thirty days o
loads ; of
ONiiY: V:e. will sell-i;
- jfc j., ifc a jl jfc, rtL jhjfciAifcA AiJfc AiA iJfcnJ
mate 50 per cent, better than the
climate of Missouri and that this his historic
toric historic heast which Absalom, rebell rebellious
ious rebellious son of: '.David rode to 2iis tragic
death, and upon which Solomon rode
to be crown ed King o f Israel cou Id
be raised at a profit right here at
But our farmer is fixing Ills own
mule by -putting on him a collar made I
m u'u m.tut; m v i?Wu-
sin, a hack-fband made in South Caro-
Una, and trace chains forged in Bir-
mingham; hitches tolm to a single of jForlida animals that as raw jna jna-tree
tree jna-tree made 'in (Mississippi fastened to ,terIal (traveled UD and down the Unit-
a plow made In Atlanta, and with
this outfit the farmer goes forth to
tickle a soil that smiles back at him
.with all the bounties of a friendly j
The day s work done the tired rar-
mer seeks rest beneath this vine and
fig tree. The good wire places, ror
.his comfort a rocking chair .made in
Idaho, 'hands him a razor made in
Cincinnati, wliich he whets on a
strop 'made In xtoutevllle, stirs up la-
.iither in a cup rrom ieiroit wilu a
brush from Pittsourgh and gets
Florida shave, perhaps.
If he would slate 'his thirst ith a
.bottle of juice that made (Milwaukee
famous he sees that this too is from a
tar on country, ana ji ne woam
. t : n.- n
fnimseir wiui soraviuius .rui0M
ne nnas 'was -ureu auu ui
Kentuck and that he who
'must pay the; f relight.
But the time to lay me down to
sleep has come, "and stretching him-
self upon a mattress made in (Boston
resting on a spring from Baltimore,
held ,by a 'bedstead made in St. Paul,
he draws over himself a sheet made
Providence, a coverlet made In
(Richmond, and beneath a mosquito
net made Sn tMacon lie sleeps the sleep
I of the just.
A shut ton Is missed which the wife
I replaces on the overalls with one
made In Vermont, using a' needle
( made in New Jersey, and thread from
jiFloTlda cotton made In Connecticut
at a profit to the manufacturer of
-a'Kruit fr,-t-eu ifTrtllfl-rs m -TVOlltlil over the
(price received by the farmer.
-Under these conditions the nori-
I rln. farmer has trudeed and toiled
I ,UX1 SptJUL UllS JVUUj, auu vi&vr wi J
1 manhood. The morning hour of his
1 of life and death cast Its shadows
. cost. 5o ;aiei;
f ''.Vus. latacsaw .- uwmr
j jliilL ... jri-
across his path and he can almost
see the shades, that fringe the 'bor 'border
der 'border 'land surrounding the dark val valley
ley valley of the dead.
iHe has prospered, -nevertheless, and
the faithful wife and children urge
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rest and quiet for the remaining
time. An, automobile is suggested.
one from Ohio Is bought, but even
,the (lubricating oil for this machine
l3 made inst fDouis. The finishings
Heather' were made from the skins
ed states jhack and forth across the
continent finally returning to the
cracker as shiny trimmings for his
qnto the auto and iQUt on tne ,high-
Jd raaa drives foia car to
find the road is paved With lariclc
made in Pennsylvania by Pennsylvan
. worvmen. and he wonders if a good
1 for making -brick might not
,be ,fmind at .home, and the labor in
making tnem ven to people here,
. ures that from one third to ov-
er thalf the cost of such roads is in
transnortation charges alone and
t the lWOods of Florida are full of
LDetter material that could le made
and t dowa. tbv our own pe0ple at
flrnwbv ,half or ieE3 of cost in brick.
(Hi3 mind reverts to jtlie leather trim.-
tmlng;s of ihls j. aad he realizes that
tlie shrewd yankee has tanned the
skins of all (Florida animals, and in
paving material and other things he
rw turn uu mm i v.'
is yours to use.
Come in and nitet your friends.
Leave your small parcels in oar care.
Usff our telephones..
Come in and rest.
Use the store for your convenience
what's here, you put here, and
you're welcome to make the s'.orc
Try a cup of
I Uissffo .4-.
i sivJ GHUbULAi tL
the best ir. the vorld
i I f f U YLER'S abvays fresh. I f you' r e
y out of the city we'll express it to
X t J.
ii i- .m l
i lpyJ ijrtir lfJI''"Jil''''?r fT itortTi'iiffl ""l''"iLr irv La
has' tanned the thide of -the Cracker
as well. ..
How long will this zooS. road IcLit,
the old man alks .himself.4. Won't
every brick of it b'in the junk
heap long hefcre my children's child children
ren children yet unborn have paid the inter interest
est interest and principal on': the bonds that
bought them? But onward his auto
smoothly glided carrying the driver
nearer and nearer the-' end of the
road. In the dim distance he sees in
the gloaming the gathering of the
shadows' that mark the twilight of
life, and he grains his ears to catch
the fated words., "watchman what
of the night," he 3ia3 1 fought the
good fight, : 'but the hurden-of toil
and time are uron him; the trembling
hands tighten their grip on the steer steering
ing steering wheel, the auto surges, the pow power
er power ceases, the car stops. The -weary
driver uays down .by the waysiia, the
iblack winged angel lays the icy ;hanl
of death upon him and the coul
taken its endless flight.
It-is now the time of the und
taker -who prepares the :hody
.burial with a' suit mae'e in ;New Ycrl:,
places it in a casket made in Ir.-Jir.nnt!.
with silver fastenings from .Ncvr C cs cs-ico
ico cs-ico and copper plate from -Arizona;
-places it in a hearse xnade in Dakota,
and draws it to its JaLt rtr.l:n;: place
with; a 'pair of iMontana her:
l visiting clcrgj-mia frcza
reads from a bible printed in Wash
ington', the congregation sings the
old and appropriate hymn "I'm glad
salvation's free." They lower the
casket into a grave dug with, a cpade
made in Indianapolis md erect at his
head and feet marble slabs from the
state of Vermont.
Born and reared In a state with a
climate most conductive to the man manufacture
ufacture manufacture of everything that could
prosper man, this man live J and died
without. ever seeing an article of ne necessity
cessity necessity made -upon his native hcr.th,
hut upon every article from the lint
and bandages that swathed his tiny
body at birth to the chisel and mallet
that carved his epitaph on his hca4
stone, ho paid a royalty to the peo people
ple people of the outside word. play his
ashes rest in peace
CUT OUT rAPER T)OIiI4
We will give to the ladles and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. 11-6.
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bozc? of orr.'n rov,
tree 3, meetly
Trico cf 'Pr
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This .. brings to' "rr ;
-led f.-.r'ly rc::v
; y f;.n
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who i.i. c
U In :
tf Etrain c:i the r.T.mcr.L-;
from"' tbose "T2ci:r cttcr dkt
"Hother's FrlencI'Mias axiai
to rr!!o t'.n mind and tli
addition 1, V
It a very r,
Tou can ( :
nlrnost nr.y i!
L?-rt cf n;.
ulator Co., CC
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is no time to loaf
those things ycu'vo Ljcu
ARRI VAL AND DEPARTURE.
' 4 OP TRAINS AT OCALA
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if f 1, f i
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in value in other states, and populations become
intensified, there will be a movement toward
Every tenant in Florida, therefore, should be become
come become a landowner as soon as possible.
Every tenant should make a conservative in investment
vestment investment in real estate.
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.
LCDUSS O. CIS AS AIL Cl SKCQ).
Postof flee Box 475,
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Crystal Riv er, Fla.
Shippers -of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt Water Fish in fmy (quantity.
For further information address
i.I' Ib I sj y i g B lull
OUY A DALE
I do not say, "because cotton is not
in' business, but I do call the at attention
tention attention of Mr Pipe Smoker or Tobac Tobacco
co Tobacco Ch ewer, who buys a pound of my
El Tronico Havana Cigar Clippings
for 40 cents (wnich equals fifty good
cigars) to the fact that you will 2nd
pipe smoking a Treasure. Or if you
are fond of chewing, ycu' vill find
this -tobacco; pure, unadu iterated, be being,
ing, being, ray own xjr3uct, tho ; clippings
of my cigar factory cut up and the
dust abstracted there from," an 1 con contain
tain contain i n g a com Miration of pu re c! gar
leaf tobacco that costs as high as
$4 a pound. A trial will convince
you This tobacco is put op in 2, 4,
8 and 16 ounce packages.
EL TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. : : ;.
F. J. Ch eney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, tho undersigned, have known
P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him .perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and, fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by 'his firm.
National Bank of Commerce.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken -Internally,
acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent tree
Atlantic Coast Line
-No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg
9:05 p. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
3:05 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:05 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jackson-ville
ville Jackson-ville 2:05 a. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:40 p. in.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jacksonville-!:
14 p. in.
.;'.'Xo. 140, Ocala to Palatka 6:10 ;i
' ; No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 8:50
No. 4 S, Ocala to Homosassa
Leaves, 2:02 -p. xn.
.(No. '49, Homosassa to Ocala: Ar Arrives
rives Arrives 1:05 p. m.
No. 35 (Sunny jim) Ocala to Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland 6:40 a. in., Tuesday, Thursday
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocaia to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and GFriday.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:4 5 p.
m., Monday,' Wednesday and Friday.
Seaboard Air lino
,No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa
1:45 a. m.
(So. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar Arrive,!
rive,! Arrive,! :10 p.m.; leave, 1:25.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
2:33 p. m.
Price 75 cents -per bottle. Sold by i , 0rt
all druggists. Take .Hall's Family 2 TamPa to Jacksonville, 2:30
Pills for constipation. ad
I wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that 1 now have an experience 1
sewing machine .Repair man and if
word Is sent to the Ocala Bargain
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,
11-2-tf Ocala, Fla.
COUGH MEDICINE FOR
S2S"Fof SesoBKil .EesttS!
Poehi of ;aot more thai forth lines Avritten on
: THE OLD FASKIOIM GARDEN"
v-: :r I
S i Carry ing out the idea of b.ack tii the garden as
- xicii!t is 'of ; reducing t e high 'cost living.
iintest will end. Decern-
; Ti? .aryci e v rlting on tie aoove, subjecty either pown or prose,
a id 'Sf titling;: to ret first or 4V:cord primiumJil will give 4'10 All pre- I
nlunhs to ap;Uy lis first pajtnent. on pne oijthose $10 riots' In Ma- J
rioa :lelght.:. ijemember, ; I em g!iing fr
lot tvi.tte T t.rch a ?ers of thine lot3. This -be'r
"J.nt, 1914: judges (will.be naiied lat(
i 4 :
'i5f one $10(i0 house and, i
vThree years ago when I was liv-
in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,.
gist,. druggist,. I purchased bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It bene benefited
fited benefited him at once. 1 find it the best,
cough medicine for children because
it is pleasant' to ta le. They not
object taking it," .writes Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no; opium, and. on ay
be given' a child as confidently as to
a:-, adult. Sold .by all-dealers. ad
OPEN Dai AND iGlrifT
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville- -Ar-irive
1:12 p. m.; leave 1:30 p. in.
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
4:20 p. m.
No. 71 Arrives from. Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m., daily except Thursday.
No, 72 Thursday, leaves Ocala
for Palatini at 5 p. m. ;
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thy this for Youn cough
Thousands rp people keep cough coughing
ing coughing bcause unable to get the right
remedy Coughs axe caused' by in in-ilamm
ilamm in-ilamm at ion of ftn roat an d .bronchial
tubesi : What you need is to soothe
this inflammation. Take 'Dr. King's
New Disco vory it penetrates the del delicate
icate delicate (mucous lining, raises the
phlegm and ; quickly -.relieves the con congested
gested congested membranes. Get a 50 ceut
bottle from your druggist. "Dr.
King's 1 New Discovery quickly and
completely stopped my cough,"
writes,. J. It.' Watts, F7.oydale, Texas,
vftoney 'back" If not satisfied, but it
nearly alwajs helps. tu-thr-fri-wk.
Merchant's Cafe, A, C L. depot
corner. Meal .5 a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Artv
DESPOND KNCY DU.R TO INDIGESTION
m hi. -QRVwr-if!
1 lI?T"MAr A V- A TWTT nTJI iTT TJ1TT"PwTO
Player Pianos and Viitor-ictrolas
"FROM FACTORY TO HpME"
Phone 14 I Ocala, Fla.
-It is not at all surrising that per persons
sons persons who have indin:esUon become
discouraged md despondent. Here
are a few words of hope and cher
for them fay -Mrs. Blanche ; Bowery,
Indiana, Pa.t.'f4-For yoars my .diges .digestion
tion .digestion was so poor that I could scarcely
eat the lightest foods.; It ried'every
tilings that I heard of to get reliet
but until about a year ago whea
I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and get a, bottle of theni, did 1
find the right treatment. I soon
gun to improv e and since taking a
few 'bottles of; them ny digestion is
fi:ie." For sale by all dealers. ari
Lost, found, Wanted, For Sals;
For Rsnf and Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT sEight room cottage.
ilrust back o residence of iMrs. L.
Home on Oklawaha avenue. L.
Greer;, Ocala. 11-23-Gt
FOR SALJS Sawed -cedar posts; 'all
teart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, CrysU.l River, Fla. 9-9-tf
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lit. Rev, Abbott Charles,. Pre,
Five Miles West of Dado City and One ilile Hazt of
.WANTED Three unfurnished rooms
'by young married couple. Must
be close in and in desirable neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address care Star, dh
Boarding School for Boys Chartered Juno ICC
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U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGIL1PII, TEIiEPIIOXF,, ILPIir::; r.n;3
A. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERfilOPEHS WEDt'JESDAY, SEPT. 16,19
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
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O.C AL A FLOM DA
CiiPrrffl STOOrL S50,000:GO.
Stale, Conafy and Cily SiiposMqry.
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The daub end v.-at :!o cottage la
which Old Paj r Is be ieved to have
lived at the liiie.htTvas brought tx
the notice of tie purl c f Arund-1, sit situated
uated situated in a diiijde 'of Crciddon hill, on
the Shropshire and Mrntgemeryshire
border has been restored and con concerted
certed concerted into a viilags museum. Parr
lived in the re;gns of ten kings and
queens of Englaad, namely: Edward IV
and V, Richard 1, Hnry Vli and VIII,
Edward VI, Ma T. Elizabeth, James I
.and Charles I; died the 13th and was
-buried 'in' Westminster abbey theT5th
lTovember, 1635, aged one hundred
8 Jid fifty-two yeirs and nine months,
FOR .RENT Single rccms,. double
rooms and rccms for Jight house house-.
. house-. keeping.. Mrs. Peiry, 19 -Herbert
: ti?et. 25-Gt
POSmON WANTED V competent
young w.i.n -,vants a position as
'.bookkeeper or office -man; fine ac accountant,
countant, accountant, tos.dy and settled, but
no;, a typewriter or stenographer.
Address Sar office. 25-tf
JAHHES AUSTIN IVIORTLAND
Civil and Architectuml Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Supe rintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build-
ings, Water Power, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
Pavinpr. Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44? Qcala, Florida
uemarkable; CUI1E of croup
"Last winter when my little boy
had croup I got ; him it bottle of
Oh;imbeTlains Cugh re.tnedy. I hon
estly believe it saved bis life," vnites
Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the phlegm : and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most grateful
f-?r w-hat this nxinedy hits done for
hiai For sale by. all dealers.-d
They say the food and service at
the Ocala (House dining room is fine.
T.ie proof of Ihe pudding is in chew chewing
ing chewing the bag. .'.
MONEY TO LOAN -Money to lend
in amounts from $100 to $10,000,
on improved nnd unimproved city
property and farm lands. Inter-
est 6 straight. Interest paya
ble annually or semi-annually.
Time, one to ten years. Appli Applicants
cants Applicants for i'.oan-; will pleajse detail detailed
ed detailed description of property offered
as security foi- loan. We want
county representative to receive
application; for loans, appraise
property, a ad serve a?j our exclus exclusive
ive exclusive representative in states of
Florida, Georgia, North and South
"Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi,
Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Ten Ten-cness3e
cness3e Ten-cness3e and Ixm:tsiaca. Attorney or
.real estate, marl prefrred. Gire
t wo references. : Write or wire
Southern OCi, :utJieastern
iMortiiage Laan Association, Fourth
Naticnal Fsink Building, Atlanta,
Ga. 11-2 6-3 1 ;
-DIXIE LI3UTED V "SEMINOLE LIMITED"
"SOUTII ATLAJfTIC LDIITED T IONXGO! IEE1' EOUTi;"
Pullman cars iron Chicago! 'Sti Loruis, Indianapolis, LouUviHe r.a
intermediate points; tot Jacksonville. .. r
DINING AND OB3i:P.VATJON CARS
"Wfty is it that a man won't wiu
Sils face with a wiishcloth?" demanc'.ed
Mrs. Wombat. uMen haven't time tot
all that foolishness," said Mr. Wom Wombat.
bat. Wombat. "First you have to wash your,
tace and then yoi have to wash tho
WARhcloth." Loui 3vU:e Courier-Joor
UAKE HOUS3 FO.a RENT rA new,
modern, -roora cottage, 'bath,
screens, etc., completely furnish
ed;. "dose -to Lake AVeir, adjoining
orange gwe of Carney Inyest-
tnent.Co., for rent for the winter.
Address, H.. S. Wesson, Ocala,
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STANDS JID RAILROAD OF THE COUTH
A.. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
3 38 W. Bay St. Jr.cksonvllle Fla.
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
.-BITTIXGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
IS, It. Carroll, General ?fanager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Eoterel at Ocala. Fla., postoffice
One year, in advance....
Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance.
IS HE RIGHT OR WRONG ?
Governor Blease of South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina celebrated Thanksgiving day by
pardoning 101 convicts out .of the
state penitentiary and county chain
gangs. V." ; '-;.'''':.
iuwuuea in xne list were sixteen
prisoners serving life terms for mur murder,
der, murder, thirty-one serving terms for two
to thirty years for manslaughter,
and many others for minor offenses.
There were fifty-four white men,
forty-six negroes and one Indian in
the list. Two men condemned todie
were given a commutation to five
years' imprisonment. Several par paroles
oles paroles were conditioned on the recip recipients
ients recipients abstinence from strong drink.
. One of the most "interesting cases
was that of S. W. T. Jones, a wealthy
Union county man, .who w as convict
ed of poisoning fais -wife several
years ago. jones' pardon contains
conditions that if he ever takes a
tirink of intoxicating liquor, wines,
or marries a second time and toe con-
victea or maltreatment, ne wonm
have to serve out his sentence.
. Paul Williams of Columbia, was
paroled. He was a life prisoner. He
was convicted of killing a boy on a
circus train. ;
iHarry Dean, of Spartanburg, S. C.,
who was among the life-termers par
oled, escaped from the penitentiary,
seven years ago. Last Wednesday be
reappeared at the prison .with his
brother and was put to work. Ho
was about eighteen years old. After
he (returned Governor Blease was
asked to extend clemency.
Governor Blease -has exten
clemency In 1,480 cases. There
now only rourteen prisoners in tne
- Blease is. being bitterly1 criticised,
of course. Perhaps he deserves some
of bis criticism, or most of it. jBut it
isn't likely be -deserves it all
The reason be gives for such a
wholesale jail delivery is this: That
conditions in the South Carolina pen penitentiary
itentiary penitentiary are "so 'bad that lew men
can be bad enough to deserve con
finement In it.
There may be considerable justice
in this claim, ilt snust She Temember-
ed that it is not in the power of be
governor to change conditions In the
penitentiary. (He can pardon men
., out of it, but be bas no other way of
relieving a convict who is ill treated.
It is the province, and in the pow power,
er, power, of the legislature of South Caro-
Una tn iTviit th nPTiitp'nfiarv
and county convict camps in a decent
condition. If it will not do so, the
hot-beaded but .'wanm-bearted gov
ernor needn't be blamed very much
from pardoning men out of what be
declares to be a bell on earth.
While the Atlantic Coast iLine is
laying off trains, for which it bas
some excuse, it should put a decent
passenger coach on the morning and
evening train (between Jacksonville
and iLeesbuTg, In place of the pres present
ent present disgraceful car, for which it bas
no excuse. This coach is simply rot
ten. It probably hasn't bad a thor
ough cleaning in a year or more, and
it smells almost as bad as it looks. It
chases up the line in the morning
and back in the evening, and the car
cleaning forces at the ends have
time to do no more than sweep it out.
The wall paper on the roof of the
car is peeling off, and a lot of it feJ
on the bead of a lady passenger the
other evening, spoiling ber hat. In
addition to this, the coach has been
in use on! negro excursions, and the
-Star has seen it go thru Ocala loaded
down with darkeys. It is safe to say
that iMr. tMcArthur 'would not 'be will willing
ing willing for the members of bis family to
ride in this car, and be shouldn't in
flict it on the patrons of the road
The coaches on 39 and 40 are almost
as bad as that on 9 and 10, but not
quite. On the other ; band 37 and
38, On -which t comparatively few of
our home folks travel, have very nice
coaches. ;A better feeling is begin beginning
ning beginning to show between the people and
the Coast (Line, and the railroad can
belp it along by giving its patrons
better passenger cars. Let it send
that rotten coach on 9 and 10 to the
scrap pile at once and replace it with
a car fit for white people to ride in.
The Miami Herald of Thursday
morning said that the death at Mr.
A. A. Boggs and his daughter, IMiss
aa second class matter.
One year- in advance ?8.00
Six months, in advanced ... 425
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance: .80
(Majorie, at their, home at Cocoanut
Grove, might have been the result of
an accident. It said there was, at
that time, no evidence that a crime
bad been committed. : 4'
COL.. ROGERS CONDITION
' Col. B. -Rogers, postmaster of
Ocala, -who has been ill for a week
at his home in, the first Twardi did not
do so well last night or today.; While
bis sickness, is not considered-dangerous,
Col. Rogers is very ill. ilt; is
hoped that be -will improve today or
tonight, as the treatment has been
changed.: w r 'Vi X.
Some criminals are banged on a
well-ordered gallows, some on a tree
or a telephone pole, but if SLeo. M.
'Frank- is executed -without another
and a fairer trial, be will be banged
on a tioubt. V
At 9:30 this morning, Tire Chief
Chambers received a long -distance
call from Gainesville, announcing
that fifty cars of Alachua county peo
ple were on their 'way to attend our
fair, and be at once enlisted a bunch
of Ocala autoists to go out and meet
Gerig's drugstore at
grounds bad six hundred or more
customers yesterday. This V little
store has made la hit. It bas been
n advantage to the
doctors of the
ity d uring the fair;
and the people
ave found It a great
appreciated it a
The football game yesterday was
lively, local Interest .dn the players
making up for any lack they may
bave shown In training. The truth
Is' that the boysj: considering Tthe
amount of practice they bave bad,
did splendidly. The game resulted
in a tie by a score of six to six.
ootball champions baoTHpwinS members answered:
glorious time .yesterday. Sam iBur-
ford is 'weariag his eye dn a sling;
and Joe Botdea is chewing on, one
side of bis mouth while the teeth on
the other side &rovback into place.
We haven't Inrmewed them all yet.
The parcSirp5irexhibit at the fair
shows that one can send "thermos
bottles by mail, which is something
for the mail order bouses ideating in
wet goods to consider ,:X'-r4:X,
Mr. Carl T. Kuhl, the clever
young aviator, whose biplane flights
are the greatest novelty of the fair,
Is a Florida boy, born and raised in
Orlando. He has -been in the flying
game only two years, and shows
a.. IMr. 4W. M. Pepper, the enterpris enterprising
ing enterprising publicity agent of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville 'board of trade, was among the
first of the Alachua visitors in Ocala
;; Over a hundred people from Xiees Xiees-burg
burg Xiees-burg were interested spectators at
the fair on Thanksgiving day. lake
should join iMarion and Sumter in a
Prof. P. H. dlolfs, in charge of the
experimental station at Gainesville,
Is among the prominent people ;of
the state at our fair.
Hev. iRoy B. Bowers is a preacher
who can raise chickens as Tveli as eat
them. His splendid Plymouth Tiocks
awaken the admiration of all the vis
itors to the poultry. howv
(State Attorney G eo. W. Schofield
and family from Inverness are among
the visitors to the fair.
. -Efficient Johnny Talton of Anr
thony is helping in the fair manage
IMr. J. K. Christian of (Mcintosh,
spent yesterday and today in the city
attending the fair.
Mr. and IMrs. C. (H. Mathews, (Mr.
and Mrs. John iMathews, fMr. and
iMrs. Philip Fort, Captain iDeLong,
Messrs. ;Ed. Caldwell, Harry Baxter
and Ben Belcher were numbered
among, the Candler citizens spend
ing Thanksgiving day at the fair.
All If.lPORTAIJT KBIT
Rig fleeting of 'Members of the Flor-
- ida Vegetable Marketing -....
The Florida Vegetable Marketing
Bureau meeting called for last night
at the Board of Trade rooms was at attended
tended attended by about forty, represesta represesta-tive3
tive3 represesta-tive3 of various trade bodies over
Secretary Rooney of the Ocala
Board of Trade was chairman, of the
meeting, lie made a splendid ad address,
dress, address, setting forth the main objects
of the organization and. stated what
bad Jbeen done by the committee ap appointed
pointed appointed at the Jacksonville meeting.
He stated that, be had while in
Washington some time ago' present
ed the plan of the Florida Vegetable
Marketing. Bureau before "Mr. 'E.
Bassett, head of the cooperation or organization
ganization organization department of the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural department,. Mr. Bassett
had expressed ah opinion rthat the
plan on which the organization was
operating 'was the most complete and
concise one that bad ever come to
bis notice, and that working under it
the growers of (Florida should be
able to overcome the many obstacles
, .Mr. Bassett bad forwardea a copy
of gby-laws, etc.fj to place before the
meeting. These were read, as were
also a number of sections from the
by-Jaws of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, and a copy of the constitu constitution
tion constitution submitted at the Jack son villa
The slogan of the organization
Sconomy, bonest pick and
ardpack" was -'specially, stressed by
iMr. iliooney in bis talk to the mem members
bers members present. He stated that If this
was strictly adhered to in the
handling of the fruit there could bo
no doubt as to the ultimate outcome
of the project. In fact, if it was not
adhered to ; by the members, J the
oaiuc ui wuait,"
ments not up to this standard would
use them to be more careful In
A telegram from tMr. J. B. Hock-
ay, general manager of the South
ern iExpress Company, Atlanta,' -was
read, expressing bis regret that be
could ; not be present, but assuring
the members that the company stood
Teady to assist the movement in ev every
ery every way possible. "''T-'"'-
A motion then prevailed'thit' the
meeting adjourn until this morning
ai' 8 oclock, at wblch time 'the con con-situation
situation con-situation and by-laws 'would be taken
up by sections. I.
Delegates to the Convention
On; roll call this mornings the fol-
!Dr. W, N. iNanney, Palmetto, CJap-
a fee county. ; :
jjames Crombie, Vandalahy BeSoto
cqunty. ' ' '-"'''.
George BI. Martin, Crystal Springs,
asco county. j
iFred R. .Meads. Crystal Springs,
B. dl. Peters, St. Joseph, Pasco
JLeo iMajenski, JMontlcello, Jeffer-
IE. P. Scott, IMIcanopy, resides in
Marion county. ;
H. IM. Hutchinson, Portt ;McCoy,
Conrad Stroeger, iMontieello, Jef
ferson 'county. '.
lEd win jR. Scburman, Lakeland,
John Melin, Fort OlcCoy, IMarion
C. D. iMnrdock' IMontieello, Jeffer
W. M. iBorpny, crystal springs,
N. J.v Thompson, Prostproof Polk
(L. M. JHawver, Crystal Springs,
Pasco county, v
H. F. Kealhofer, Jacksonviha,
(L. S. Light, Reddlck, IMarion
The proposed by-laws and consti constitution
tution constitution were then taken up by sections
and after suitable changes and al
terations were ad opted. v
The 'work of electing permanent
officers for the organization .was then
taken up. Several nominations for
president were made from among
those present, but as a number of
counties were "not represented it ;was
deemed best to postpone the election
of a president until a later date; so
that all sections might be given an
opportunity to express their choice
in the Jmatter. J Nominations may be
made by any organization recogniz
ed by this one, and the names thus
sent in will be submitted to the mem
bers -who ill vote upon: them by
mail if it is not convenient to bold
a meeting at some date in the near
1 tilr. iN. J. Thompson of Prostproof
was "elected first vice president and
Mr. L. S. Light of iReddick, second
vice president: and IMr. John L. Ed
wards of Ocala, treasurer.
.TT.non -motion of Olr. W. R. Bor
phy, the present acting finance com
mlttee was retained as an organiza organization
tion organization committee, to proceed with the
work as begun under the supervis supervision
ion supervision of the board of directors.- The
board of directors is to consist of
one member from each county in the
The committee- which bas been
wcriiing 'ap tr.e organization since
the conception of. the plan a few
months ago is composed of J. D.
.Rooney chairman, OcaJ.i; H. S.
Kealhofer, secretary, Jacksonville j
Dr, II. T. Weaver; Oak; X. J.-Thompson,
Frostproof ; -L. S. Ught, .Red .Red-dick;
dick; .Red-dick; C. J. Krantner, Glen St. Mary;
W. A., Riddle, Jacksonville; Leo
Majewski, -Monticello; W K. Haile,
Mr. Borphy in a very neat little
speech paid this committee a 'high
compliment for the excellent man manner
ner manner in -which it bad bandied the orr
ganization .work up to this time with without
out without funds except a few individual do donations
nations donations and a few dollars paid for in individual
dividual individual memberships, and moved
that a special vote of thanks be ten tendered.
dered. tendered. The Florida Vegetable iMarketing
Bureau is destined to be one of the
best things the Florida grower ever
enjoyed, and the enthusiasm dis displayed
played displayed by those at the Ocala meet meeting
ing meeting shows that every vegetable grow grower
er grower of consequence in the state will
be glad of, the privilege of Joining
bands with, those wbo have succeed
ed in completing the plans for prop
erly, marketing bis' products.
rxraiiiiXG AT fi:iowship
T'le monument to- the departe'l
' f- Ik" - i 1 ' l-' "'
wor'maD, 11, Beck, will ,ne un-
veilc 1 atFcllowthixSundayftejr;
stand-1' iMembers of the Ocala camp
are requesteu -lo oe preaeuv ui me
hall at 1 o'clock p. m. Sunday, in
order to attend the exercises.
HELP A WORTHY CAUSE
You can do so by subscribing to
the work of the Boys Club. The
boys are anxious to- enlarge, the
scope of the twork and are much in
need of funds to secure' a xlace of
meeting. Fund3 are. being solicited
to' rent a room and also to furnish
same. In this column will appear
from day to day the names of those
contributing and the amount oontri-
1 .... r.' .:..
buted. All monies should be paid
to the club treasurer. Master Ycllie
Meffert. iSee Charles Duval,' presi president,
dent, president, or R. B. lowers, adviser, rfor
particulars and to give subscriptions;
v tMens Class of -Heligious. Jnvestl
gation, $1.50 a month. ;
, Mr. 'Mord Hull died last Tuesday
at Phoenix, Ariz., where be bad been
for the past four years.. (Mr. (Hull
Ived for nine years two., miles out
from Ocala on tho : .Anthony road,
when be went to Arizona seeking
health. Mr. Hull leaves three (ris
ers to mourn his dcth, ?.Irs. Walter
S. Meade, Misses Esdna arid Elsie
Hull of this city.
IT WAS ON ELLIOTT
Mr. iFlynn. fElliott, the (poultry
show man from Charlotte, S. C, bas
made many friends since. arriving in
Ocalaf He has brought here one of
the finest aggregations of fowls ever
seen In the state, including many
that few of our people bave never
seen before, and everybody interest
ed dn poultry has found a visit to his
exhibit a great treat.
'Being Thanksgiving, air. Elliott,
Thursday, sacrificed a fine bird to bis
friends and the spirit of ; the day
The bird was a huge turkey, one
-which bad taken first prize at the
North Carolina state fair. It was in
perfect condition, and the Harring
ton chef knew just exactly bow to
emphasize its perfection.
The fowl was served to a little
dipper party at the Harrington at
o'clock Thursday evening. With the
royol Thanksgiving fowl went all the
accompaniments of th season, and
with the feast and the conversation
incident to the occasion the congen
ial company had a very pleasant
Mr. 'Retzky of the Harrington add
ed to the event with a box' of superb
Present, beside the bost
IMessrs. L Jackson of Jacksonville
21. T. Atherton.of :Ne?rark0., W. S
Richardson of Chicago, and E. C
Bennet, .It. GI. iFlinn, SF. E. Harris
Jr. and J. JH. Benjamin of Ocala.
;(For -what followed the banquet
Novels., the latest and standard
at The Murray Company. 2 C-3t p
I 'Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with' cash purchase of 1 1 worth of
other groceries Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday only. Smith Grocery Co'. cj St
Remember during the (holiday sea season
son season you 'Will feel better if your pa-
rm m 1 fl 1
I oers are niea in a uiODe-vvernicK.e
- J cabinet. The Murray Co.
' DON'T VOU NEED
J :'J v JLrJLZmf JTiJL ---. w 'JLL0
"ACCU:RAGY." IS THE FIRST QUALITY THE VATCHE.- AND
CLOCKS 'WE HANDLE O.IUST rOSSEr.3.
THE ONE BEST LESSON TO THACII YOUR r'TILDUr::. OUR.
ACCURATE TIMEPIECES WILL GET THE." i'0 fHOOL OX
TIME. GIVE YOUR LITTLE BOY OR GIRL A -NEW WA'i CJ1L CJ1L-NO(
NO( CJ1L-NO( PRESENT CAN PLEASE TEEM CO '.MUCil. i;0:;7 YOU
MEMBER 'HCAV PROUD "YOU" WEIIE ''OV "YOiEl" r: .;iT
.-watch we HAVii ciA:;r -::oir. wnrc::, T,:nrr:- )Li
FOR LITTLE MONEY, WILL Ji:;i:. '. liE IMliT Ti.'T
fViJii - Jo KJ I xl J 12 -jl
who owiis t!je dwtfllir.; the L.iiic.s 1:0;::.,
, in jotir name? s (
of course you thin th-.t yon ita; but 'era joa r'
tho qnesxioa is wcrtfi c it iviv-; V
tho developnient of i::JiviiIua owiitrtl.;; I'j. I.-.J1.
iatlie;' beginnis--of,ciWUatJoir;,fa ovmed sx.
"of the earth. no mad! ? tribes c -"!pcvl
.Sit;'ihpme;and trading -'places .lyve're not' Hxcdr'.I.and
inl for Individuals to Iis puto oxcv s
Ii?r Ki . 'f 1
'fioricla;! titl f 'and ; abst rnct c
B0O31"' AND. r' BATH iTOTZ "A
X .11: i
mat .... 4ksM9n& ;
;"' NOT C?Zn.
Kiiiihing:Watcr in? Every. lioom in the- Houtc
elhotric dluvatoh g::i:vich iiio::r:: i:;-all iig:.:,
The only Ilctol
K003I A2;d bath i oi; a
Announces the moymg of Qthe Inctitu:
offices and treatment rcomG to the Z. ButtJ
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance betvccn The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands,
Larger Quarters, More Fully t Equipped and will be Hun
Strictly Upon Ethical Iitncs
HOURS: 9 A. M- TO 4x30 P. M. PIIONC : 333
irn if I! 7 c
Ep f If t
t ... : ;
V- m kw
on the Square
collar a:u a ill:
(If you nave any items for this department call phone 10G)
SOCIAL AFFAIRS ?
aiis3 Tillle Pasteur of Lake Weir,
id spending: the week in the city the
guest of her -sister,. 'Mrs. C. 3. Cul-
zen. : - 7 ;
Mr. ana" Mrs. J, J. Williams and i
-children returned to their home at
Ileaitaosassa this afternoon after at attending
tending attending the fair.
The wo table Thursday auction
club was delightfully entertained
this afternoon by Mrs. G. K. Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. Composing the two -tables -were
iMrs. Robinson, Mrs. T. T. Munroe,
sMrs. 'L. R. Chazal, Mrs. N. (I lick man,
M rs. C. L. G am sby GI is 3 Minn! e
Camsby, Mrs. E. J. Crook and Mrs;
Cf. G. Chambers.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Rutland of
V Bushnell are numbered among: the
prominent visitors at the fair today.
.IMrs. J. W, Gates of North Ocala
was awarded the first prize for the
largest collective exhibit of fancy
"work. The Star was in error yester yesterday
day yesterday in saying that Mrs. J. p. Small
nvas the winner. r ;
Miss Berniee Knox of Micanopy is
in the city, the guest of her brother,
Br. Knox, the young eye specialist,;
LMiss Blannha IMizelle of Oranerp
lake is the fr.ir guest of Miss
jeen jacKSon. i
Ocala a few years ago. Miss Jessie
was only a little girl when she went
away, but is a grown-up and most
attractive young lady now;
Jlie Presbyterian ladies took, in
$200 at their air restaurant yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. A great many people took
Thanksgiving dinner with them, and
all were well pleased with the
viands, the service and the prices.
(Mr. and Mrs. W.c L. Marlow of
Holder are in. the city. .Mrs. -Mar-low
is an Invalid, and is here for
treatment from :Dr. McCIane.
Mrs. R. R. .Carroll and daughter
Merris, went to St Petersburg this
afternoon to spend the week-end
with ,M rs. Carroll's' sisters. Mrs.
Ramsaur and 5Irs. f Hannah, and
father, Mr. T. J. Yonce. ;
One of the welcome visitors to the
city today is Miss Jessie :Bishop,
who with her another, lrs. W. L J affairs, .having 'been planned in bpf
tenham, were charming residents ofrhonorl Times-Union.
sMr. and 6Irs. Charles Thompson
of Webster were the guests of Mr.
and (Mrs. W. C. Jeffords yesterday
while in attendance on the fair.
v Wr. and Mrs. Claude "E. iNix of
Willi&ton were among the (Levy
county visitors at the fair yesterday.
They came over in ,-Mf. Nix's Buick
were accompanied 'by several o
their friends. '; ; :
Miss :Myrtle Johnston left recent recently
ly recently for Ocala, where she is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. IJelgh. Miss
Johnston is being delightfully enter-,
tained during her visit, many social
The ladles of the JMethodist church
will hold their annual December ba bazaar
zaar bazaar on Friday and Saturday of next
week at their usual place, the north
er.d of the Ocala House piazza. It
will be Che first bazaar of the winter
and the ladies have made manybeau manybeau-tiful
tiful manybeau-tiful fahc'K.work articles for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Home made feread, cakes and
en 'lies will aKo be on sale.
fMrs. (Robert Kaiser and Mrs; 'Fred
Kaiser of Hastings, who have !been
the Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. (Marcus Luckie at their home
on South second street east, retain retained
ed retained home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Merck of Eus Eus-tis
tis Eus-tis visited the fair yesterday. Mr.
Merck is owner" of the; 'Bustis tele telephone
phone telephone system and is 'heavily Interest Interested
ed Interested in other lines of industry in Lake
Mrs. Dollie Gray of Flemington
,was among the enthusiastic fair vis
itors Thanksgiving day.
Mis3 Agnes Ellen Harris of the
Florida State College for Women at
Tallahassee spent a short time in the
city : yesterday, stopping between
trains en route to Jacksonville from
Tampa. Miss Harris was an inter interested
ested interested visitor to the fair, especially In
the canning club department,
r CNIisses tEugenia Fuller and Annje
Atkinson are otCltra for the week
end, 'the gueststof iMisses Louise and
UjJ J.ViMj.UILjiii Lab)
Plom Pudding, Fi-uit Cake, Cranberries, Currant Jelly, Pure
Apple Jelly, Mrs. Kidd's Burr Gherkins and Sweet Mixed Pick Pickles,
les, Pickles, Dill Pickles, Crystallized Ginger, Apple Sauce, Grated
- Horseradish, Queen Olives, Pimento Olives, Celery, Stuffed
'Olives, Ripe Olives, Shelled Almonds, Pecan Meats, Walnut
Meats, Crystallized Cherries, Pineapple and Assorted Fruit,
Ginger Wafers, Mint Sauce,1 Friiit Salad, Brandy Peaches,
Roquefort Cheese, Edam Cheese, Pineapple Cheese, IPhlladel IPhlladel-'
' IPhlladel-' phla Cream Cheese, Pimento Cheese and 15 other kinds.
Th following Special Values are for
Wbltc Bacon, per lb. ...
fluard Compound, iper3 "pound .....
10 pounds Water Ground Meal for. ..
Evaporated Peaches, per pound . ....
Apples, per peck ,;,". ; ..'... ........
Irish Potatoes, per peck, v i
Quart Bottles New. Florid a. Syrup, each
Pint Bottles New (Florida Syrup, each.
. .. . .20c
Upton's Jelly .Tablets, 3 for. . -25c
; 15c Tins Curtice Bros. r Jams, two for. .
15c Bottles Burt. Olney's Catsup, two for.
iRoyal Scarlet Seeded (Raisins, package
Republic Cleaned Currants, per package, . . .
'r an Aream luneese, per pouna. ... ....
25c Tins !Log Caoin Maple and Cane Syrup, each. .
50c Tins ILog Cabin Maple and Cane Syrup, each.
$1.00 Tins JLrOg Cabin Maple and Cane Syrup, each. .
$1.60 Tins Ixg Cabin iMaple and Cane Syrup, each.
Silver i.ake (Rhubarb, "per can . . ... . ........
Ivory Shaker Salt, three .boxes for ...... .....
10c Bottles Household Ammonia, three for; .'.
Seven Packages Lighthouse Washing Powder for . '.
10c Packages Anger's Spaghetti 9c, three for. ...
10c Packages Anger's 'Egg Noodles 9c, three for.
10c Packages Anger's Elbow Macaroni 9c, three for.
25c Tins Cauliflower, each . . ..... ..... .f. I '". '.-.Vv. "v-23c
25c Tins Sun-KIst Asparagus each -. ... . .. . ... . 20p
10c Packages Glen wood Mincemeat, three fon. . . . . 2aC
Brookfield Creamery Butter, per pound. . . ... .... -oofe
15c Bottles Snlder's Oyster Cocktail Sauce er.ch . . . -13c
25c Bottles Snider's Oyster Cocktail Sauce, each. -. -23c
S Marine; Tobacco,, per. package ;-.;, ......... . 4c
REMEMBER W. JI. MARSH'S UP-TO-DATE 3IARKET
next door to our store. There you will find the most sanitary,
refrigerator in tlie city. Everything kept sweet and clean.
Give him your orders. Specials for Saturday and Monday, Stew
Meat 10c per pound; Home Made Sausage 15c or two pounds
for 25c... .-'" 'r.'" .-..;'.
O. K; Teapot Grocery
- Mrs. Van Zandt and daughters.
Miss Emma Van Zandt and SMrs. R.
H. Gano of Weirsdalo were out of
town visitors at the fair grounds
, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Blitch, Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Blitch and Miss Tlosa Belle Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk of Montbrook were Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving visitors at the fair.
. Mrs. W. C. Cooper and baby will
conclude next week a visit of some
length to their aunts, iMrs. ? P. W.
Whiteside, Mrs. Alice Vogt and Miss
Jpsie Williams, leaving, about Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for their name at Arcadia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Denham and
children, and Mr. LeFltte ln.v Mr.
Denham's car were among the : first
of the Gainesville visitors this cmorn-'
lng. -Eighteen cars of other Alachua
county folks rolled in with them.
' ::-:'; -! ; M ... : ;
Inverness was'Tepresented at the
fair yesterday by IMr. and Mrs. D.
A. Clark and Dr. and Mrs. (Horace
Miss Beulah fVVhitney,' who has
been the lovely guest of Misses
Catharine and iMary 'Harriet (Living
ston for two weelcs, (leaves tomorrow.
for her home in Jacksonville. i; I
Mrs. J. M. Meffert bas as (her guest
Mrs. J. H. Billingsley of Oleddlck,
who arrived the first of the week.
Mrs. Billingsley is en route (to Miami
to spend the winter with her son, Mr.
Jesse Billingsley and family.
"When. Queeiile Came Back," the
movie play written by Mrs. IS. G.
Moyers. of Tampa land Teleased in
California this month, has ibeen
DOoked by a Tampa picture nouse for
Christmas week and from (there Mr.
E. C. Bennett will endeavor to 'bring
it to Ocala. j Mrs. Moyers was before
her marriage Miss Bertie Badger of
this city and Jier host of friends
"here are very raxuoh in hopes that
Mr. ennett will succeed in fbooking
the picture for the Temple.
Capt. and Mrs. W. 'E. Bell of
Trenton and Mrs. Barton Keep of
Board'man, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Harriss, arriving in time
for Thanksgiving. They will return
ALLUMINUMAEIE.WILL.DS SOLD AT--E.0X7EST FICTCIII" PCICZ
Ye Have Added a Complete Line, of
Every Housewife Will be Interested in This Wonderful Ware and Our Social
This Display. Commence to Acquire a Complete Set-o? This Beautiful, Everlastir'',
We Have Oo Display a Complete Line. Call at Our. Storo and See
'jgrmepM mt0mn r'-'mm trmg, m-rn' jmtgmt$
Chaperoned by Mrs. A. M. Perry;
the "Wildcats Ocala's .high school
ibasketball team, lfthis af ternooi
for Orlando to play the school team
there this evening. The girls com
posing the tearn and who are on the
trip are Missis IJllian Smith and
Callie Cissendanerf or wards; Xettle
Camp and Kathleen Ieitner, guards;
Agnes BurforMcenter; Theo Beck Beckham,
ham, Beckham, Louise Spencer and Sidney
Perry, subs, and Alice Sexton,
Mr;" and Mrs. JF. JU iRutland are
attending the 'big fair and axe reg registered
istered registered at the Harrington Hall.
Mr. W. B.C. Keating, a student
of the 'University of JTIorida, Is the
guest of his brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs J Roland Keating
for the week end.
The Tampa Tribune malces the fol following
lowing following pleasant mention of a former
Ocala girl: "Miss Frances Cham Chambers
bers Chambers was In tiharge of the story tell telling
ing telling hour yesterday "afternoon at the
Y. W." C. A. and entertained about
ihalf A'Siundred little girls, and fboys,
and also some of their anothers, Tho
shared the afternoon's pleasures
equally -.with (the children. Miss
Chambera has a natural taierit for
story telling and kept the keen inter interest,
est, interest, of her small hearers all through
the program. Between each etcry
thecJhildren rested themselves by
marching and playing games. They
are getting more and unoreanxiou3
for these fortnightly "hours of stories
that are always told so charmingly
'- i,; f -'" -.' ' -: -" "-
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R, iSchurman
of lakeland, are registered at the
Ocala .House and the former, is attending-
the "meeting of the Plorlda
Vegetable 'Marketing Bureau at the
Board of Trade orooms today. '. Mr,
Schurman is secretary of the Polk
County Fair Association, and. i3
much in terested in the Marion-Sumter
exhibits. Tihe Polk County Talr
is scheduled for February 22nd to
27th at Lakeland.
blether ; Goin fell and injured
herself severely today at noon.
She was going Into Comfort Xodge
and feel from the step. Mother Coin
is well known in Ocala, 'having re resided
sided resided for many years south of town
seven miles: She is now at the r esi esi-dence
dence esi-dence of Mrs. W.h Resides.
'Dr. T. K. Slaughter and family
represented the Leron section at the
Marion-Sumter fair Thanksgiving
I Mr. Rox.iXixon of Tallahassee, a
former Ocala boy, is the guest of rel relatives,
atives, relatives, coming down to attend the
11 i L LiLj hJ JL
'I i f '::y-7 i if; H - i 1 )
ir m m r
Dining Room in Connection
Xle on fc.h 1 o IXtwS
JMr. liouls Cregory, after spending
ome months in Augusta, Ga., re-
urn ed to Ocala several-days ago to
take charge for the winter of the
Magnolia liotel.. Mrs. Gregory will
arrive within the next few weeks.
. Mr. ChaTles Hub er, cashier of the
Webster ibank. was among the
Thanksgiving visitors. lii Ocala. Mr.
Huber lived in Ocala some years
B. .... ...v
ago and was connected with, one of
the leading financial instituUons of
the city at that time. Iis friends
of former days were glad to see nim
During the four daj's of the Marion-Sumter
P'alr we will give 10 per
cent discount on every purchase
made. -Little's Shoe Parlor. 9-tf
' A FEW -SUWBErji: SPEC
Paclgo Sunbeam Pancako Flour IV z
QPacl:ace Gun beam, Apple Butter 2Cc
; Package Sunbeam Cocoa . v 1
Package Sunbeam 'Fluffy Codfish . . .W. 1 lis
Packago Sunbeam Kidney JBeans 1Hs
Package Sunbeam Salad Dressing. .
. . 01.10
sTOcik of su:nu:A?is
YE IIAVK OUU NEW
;:, Xvaporatedi 'Fruits'
- Sails: fianp-'?;:.-
' Potato Hour
C3 :JJ f ) f
iJ, y, 4J JJ, U. U. t- . i)i
; nsTADLisnnD 1832,
( OCAI. FLORIDA
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
- f!f (J'TI
'., Hi" .:
BU1LDIHG OF PETROGRAD.
Nourishment xine fla flavor
vor flavor purity crispness
for 5 cents, in the
A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious and
baked and fresh de delivered
livered delivered xo cents.
A delightful new bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, with a rich and
delicious cocoanut fla flavor.
vor. flavor. Crisp and always
fresh, xo cent3.
2Jy biscuit baked by
- ... r -,
'Always look for that Name
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Occ-la. 5la., Expert wor
icusjrariteed. Iteter-inces given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner -,
W. W.1 Kimball Co., Oca la.
J. B- HiJZIKGO'. Watchmaker
writer Se win Et Machine and
S Craphone Repairing pre mpt-
X executed: Prices reasonable.
.? 9IB S. Fi'aimblla Street
" ALEXIA WEi
CwrD eater: and Elnilider
Caicfl Estimates mifle en all Con Con-tri2;
tri2; Con-tri2; Worli. Gives; more ard tettei
w(:!c for the aioiwsy" than any othtiT
n'ractor in the :ir.y.
The Best Frices on
FRESH MElT FISH and
Smart Set Pressing Clubi tlce of the ancient buffoons padding
413 North .(Magnolia it.,
Clotliing Refali-eI, Cleaned
Pressed While You Wait
E. L. AN DEE SON. JProp.
HENRY U. WILLIAMS
213 West Broadway, Ocala, Fla.
with E. C. Jordan & Co
ST. GEORGE HOTEL & CAFE
Thirst class accommodations
colored. 210 South jMagnolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and night.
.31. F. WILLLAMS, Proprietor
014 shoes made new; sewing
eoles on a specialty. Taylor's
air Shop, 415 Magnolia street.
Pettr the Great's Ruthless Methods In
Erecting the Capital.
Mtwt disadTantagtHuxIy situated of
all the capitals' of Kurop-indeed, ot
the world retrosrad is a unniunieni unniunieni-or
or unniunieni-or the pride and eiwrsy of IVicr in
Greut. Ue waiitra Kuropwm -sli
tal in order to sisuulizt anI uuinor
h? MntiiiJra 'in 1 US- when
first fonndatiuns of the city were
laid on the marshy island n the ueiia
of the Neva, at the eastern end of the
gulf of Finland, the surroundins ter
ritory had even then not been entirely
Peter went to worn with his usua
enerjry uud vvith his usual ruthless
ness to create a capital in what was
!-..,, .i Hueort fie himself su-.
nprintpndod the building of the Hty
Ui OC mw .v- w
gave the directions of the details
half a dozen lieutenants, l he work
nnfthpd with almost incredinie
rapidity, so that by 1712 sufficient ad
vance had been made to permu
transfer of the imperial family from
One measure ordered by Teter v. as
that thocsands of peasauts must set-
ti m or near the new capital, a spe-
Mn tax was nut on his, empire io
meet the expenses of building the city
Rnh a small diSculty as tee scarcuj
nothinj: to a man like
Ppter the Great. He simply f oruaae
the erection of stone buildings any
where else in the empire until Fetro
crad was finishcd.-New .Vork Times
A Sample of Its Punishment During the
Thirty Years? war. -Dnintdhment
for cowardice in the
nAon nrmv at the time of, the Thir-
tv Years war was so severe as iu u
ferocious. In the year tu?
ish General rrorsienssouw m j
zi A force onaer tne cuuiiuau v
the Grand Duke 1-eopold gave him bat
JL A Mrt MM n VHI I W ?!
tle before the gates or tne cuy, uui
HnHn the ensrairement tne iuauio-
nlsche regiment became suaaeniy pau
tn oHctpn nnd fled.
TnTiihment immediately followed.
When the regiment had, again assem assem-Mrt
Mrt assem-Mrt -ir nthr regiments surrounded
it and tried it by court maruai in me
onen field. The verdict was that the
U1VU KAA - ....
.Ainnoi nnd the cantains snomu
. t IJ -5 1
the sword and that every tenth man
among the noncommissioned officers
on mm Rhonld be hancea.
The stern verdict was carnea out w
the letter, except that at the request
t nnid tho men were shot instead
unrcA Holonel George Madlo-
r hohondPi arter ne uau
min for a oardon. The sur
ir.r wpro consigned to quarters with
other commands, and the regtmem ne
er regained its name or former pres-
t thnse davs there was no auer-
native but to be brave, uowaruice
mennt either death or everiasung ais-
grace. Youth's Companion.
Poetic Justice. ;
A, couple in a certain village, each
the parent of six children, bad meted
out to them a kind of poetic justice
in which they failed to see the poetry.
The woman, a widow, pleading that
she had no home "and was 1 therefore
unable to care for her children, induc induced
ed induced the local authorities to admit them
to an orphan asylum. Thesman. a
widower. pleading he had no house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper and therefore n one to care
for his children, induced the.authori
ties to admit his six also: Thereupon.
being V freed from all incumbrances.
thtiSe t wo married.-
All went well for a few months.
when the authorities, learning of the
situation, promptly dispatched tne
twelve children back to their parents.
and. the woman no louger able to rep-
if ns homeless' or the man
as without a housekeeper, they were
forced to receive them.
One of Hook's Puns.
rnWf-,4w' Tirirtir thp Inveterate nun-
strr. t otiid pun with gayety upon mat
ters that touched his own pocket, he
enlivened the usually prosaic and un-
welcome .duty -of -.paying-his taxes Dy
a word of advice to. his neighbors to
do likewise which it. is to be hoped
the worthv Mr. Winter, the collector.
found cf some assistance:
Here comes Mr, Winter, inspector oT
advise you to pay him whatever he axes
I advise you to pay him without any Burn
For though his name's Winter, his ac
tions are summary! t
..The -Farce '
Farc; Is a modern- term founded on
the Latin verb facire. to stuff. This
out their stage dress to aDnormai ui ui-actj
actj ui-actj mensions. Later the padding was dis dispensed
pensed dispensed with, but the wide garments
Just Goes Out.
"Mother, when the fire goes out.
where does it goT' asked a child of her
-1 don't know, dear.- replied the
mother. "Yoa might Just as well askj
me where your father goes when he
Examiner Now. William. If a roan
can do one-fourth of a piece of work
in two days how long will he take to
finish It? William Is it a eontrac Job
or is he workin by the day? -Life,
Man is never satisfied. If he finds a
nickel which he didnt know he had In
omt obscure pocket be immediately
begins to look for another. Toledo
The Home of
Business, Dress and
Formal livening Wear.
.Prices Kange from
CC TO Cl
:S1 .50 Tp 0G.5O
whn sfi vnii
When you buy a costly piece of farm macMiher:,
fwho backs up the machine 'with a guarantee
I requirements in selling clothing that is.guara
,VO mail SpeCAUiS-Jf aa..
made Shoes in all leathers,
Cs THE PAIR.
"Waterman's Special" Shoe3
Sizes 4 to 12; AVidtlis AA to EE
. .... a
GIUXJfELIj 'GLOVES 'with Reputa Reputation
tion Reputation for Service and Gloves for every
Occasion, Dress, Work, Auto. Driv-
. ... a. j...
From Lightweight and Heavy, Wool,
, in Separate liarmenis
WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY
Miss Louise -Gamsbir. the librarian
in charge of the library, which no-
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are -welcome to come to the library
at any time and'read the boos. Also
that there are a Jarge number of
magazines there to -be. given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
hive been given by different persons
who have finished with them.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books for the payment nt
1014 state and county taxes are now
Be sure and -V.ing or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your 'property
vhen you come or send for your tax
hill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility
of. errors and enable us to give jou
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows' a
';vvol(2) per cent, discount for all
Xovembr payments and one U?o)
per cent for Decemoer payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert.
11-3-2 ra Ta". Collector Marion Co.
W. IC Lane, M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Jiosc
i;nd Tbixjat. Law ljibrary Building,
Ilerclmnts u miners Trcns. Co.
If W mm. 'm
j i- A'l- T I OR LL-
ASH I W GTOM
New Steamers. Low .rcs. Besi
gorvicft! Wireless telegraph on a)
at,3amers. Through fares and tickets
o all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
- SunK XJJil :-tk Af
J I V " A
Tne most emcieiit m uurc iui m-o ixiy.--
X 1 T
same' principle throughput o
Boys' MeanHgf apparel
stand heMnd what
with everything in
I I i J.
COME SEE ME
,1. lli'lll L
We have for sale large lot with hanunomo lv
which must be so)d -within next sixty .iuys-rparty
Better see us quick.
1 We also, have one or two other email prcpaitl
priced very low for cash.
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only -move the bowels,
but improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sain
by all dealers. : ad
The city tax books nave been open
for payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. :tst. The law provides that
they 'Oe -cloaed (Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 40 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
. W. Wr. Clyatt,
City Tax' Collector.
OfficA in court -house. 11-6-tf
XOIICE OF IZLKCTJO.V
Ocala. Florida, Nov. I, 1314.
Urwler aid by virtue of authority
vested in tlie undrs!gn,ed an mayor of
tinn ".-irtmni'pd finfl f:H 1 Kt itl Z X3 Htler the
laws of the state of Florida, I hereby
cipal election for ths city sf Ocala is
Viara rD !o1 D T l? Will HA 1 1 P in in liie
said isity of Ocala, SlJion ccunty- Flor-
da. on the -M M
8tHi Day t DewMBtie'f A, .D. 1014
mayor of tiie said city; alsa on coun
cilman from the nn;i waru; &ssi iwu
coucoilmen from the second Tvara, :to-
wit: one to. serve as reguur council councilman
man councilman from f;a.id ward and on3 to fill un
expired term of E. E- Robinson; also
one councilman iroiri imru waru; a.uw
two council men irom xourin wira, i i-wit:
wit: i-wit: one to serve -a3 regrular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and-one to fill un
expired term of J. N. xoiar i:or ine saia
city, aforesaid and hereby nppcint the
inspectors auirl cierKs.as ioiAaws,
VYa-rd rc. one: vj. .i..nows, u.
Beckham, J. IL Spencer, inspectors, and
j. V, Kea. clerk. 4
"ward No. two: u. ti. aianiew,
Stevens. C. iL UVnifston. ns:?ectors,
and H. H. -Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: U .Warner, L.
Hurst. A, IX Fausett, Inapectois, and J.
E. Bailey,, clerk. T.--,.Km t w
Ward io. Four: E. W. Kmybill. I. w.
Ogle. W IL McCona, Inspectors, and
A-rLd)rimlC- ClXkI- ROBERTSON.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida..
Utet: TT. C. SISTHUNK.
X CJtr Clerk. Xl--l
we sell anc
rrt 1 1
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("if i i t-v.
I 1 it!
Slipping of Freight, f
and Safes. (
An UncJcah r."
''com'-right JHero nnd fref cleaned ,1;
never sw roJ co dlrt7. Ycu've tzzz
eating through the ps3 cr tn2t Cl Cl-vcrce
vcrce Cl-vcrce "testimony. haven't yen ?
;ah r Active -'iivj3ii
t Juiai Ail jr:s:.,..
If you want good health, clear
completion and freedom Irom dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, const ijiatkra, (biliousness, head headaches
aches headaches and indigestion, take Dr.
Kings' .Nenv Life Pills. They drive
out -the ferxaenting and undigested
foods, clear the Wood and cure con constipation.
stipation. constipation. .."Only. 25,,;3nt:s at.yoaf
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"V.e Aim : "-..'.-.
To Be Upright in Our Dealings
We Put -OUIt
mi: its UP RIGHT
flaking it Easy to
11: Will TalurEoqnnli
Satardnys -to Isiitifer
U'o will thaii'c you. :Dur drflrs will thank you. ...
iJDd if Uio teams could talk! U ley vouId thank you, loc -lor helping
to'llgiieu the loll on the heaviclii day of the week, .which Is a; day of
rv.ui fi nearly 2rerybody i but lilts
O'feMa ; : Ice : StlPacIdma
ft- Mm $tim. Bis;- Appsiraee
-. ,t, q :
is ai:nec6i)sity: To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity isMur Business v
i f GeinHaptleairik Lansiriiy
; 402- I fl.'i jiln
I I if
if I - L
m tile corner
Hall Hotel, f
Brace. -JiiiLiviimvioiiLK'vi.ras is aj
1 have to vacate the store in a short time and
goods will be sold regardless of worth or cost.
0 j p
I li iiiH' tin m K
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
of Oar Ice
ice nun of. yours.
a E i;rson Who Prides
Well Laundered Linen j
tore of the 'Harriegtoin
erlv of E. G.
orroew ana up
and must be
By HtSKtTH PRIC13ARD
By Heiketh Pri chard
The Cass of Miss Virginia Planx.
TOVEMHKU JOE and 1 tad been
j loiiowij; a wtHse sluee diiy-
S jUvak, moving'' without speech.
uddoii3- from somewhere
aiiead there bi'oke out the siound of
two shor.s aud after a iiiiuuts of two
tuore. - -,
Two.ihow:roiris? on at steady. inter intervals."
vals." intervals." said Joe. "That's a call for help.
There thl?r o again: We'd best fol fol-Idw
Idw fol-Idw theiu up." v.
We travefed for half au' hour,' guidtd
by the scuiitl, ad came in sight of a
man staudius afiumj; the trees. We
uv him raise his xifie and Gre twice
straight upward to the sky.
Jt's Planx!" said Joe in surprise. .
"What? The millionaire you went
into the wood wit h to locate Umber
last year?": : : '
."The Identical' uiati
As we approached 'Joc.hailed him.'
Planx was a thick shouldered, stout
miiu, his bis body et back upan hla
hl)s, his big chin thrust forwari in a
wjiy that aecentuatol the arrogance of
his: bulging lips and eyes.
4 Ho! lt'u you, Joe!!' he cried.
. Yes. Mr, Planx."
"That is :ueky for 1 need your help.
yiy daughter was murdered yesterday
' The ; wore s made me gasp, and not
"Miss Virinnvl" cried Joe. "You
to ctate ooris,
gpEVE RE" "N'ERVO,
asgm'MMma o rai ,mmj C'J&A' C H 1
witn wnicn you nave oeen ainictea az zimos. inez3
i i t i t
signals. Nature sends them as a varning of the xpmh;;: hi tlir.t riod in a
woman's life when her delicate organism is to ehr.irfj in r i: : wrr-l?r.!:.
manner. This is the time when a woman should bo stroir : r 1 nc.?.li;iy
imless serious consequences are to follow. .
Thi$ famous Prescription,, consisting of the natural rem remedies
edies remedies our forests provide vithcut alcohol or msreotio-is
prepared by a physician of vast experience and highly skilled
, m the treatment or ths troubles to 'which vrcmcn r.ro. ro ciibject.
- : Dr. Fierce 's Farnou3 Preccription hz3 been co!J in 1U Torni for
forty years, always helping it3 thousands of urcra. It' can now be
had in tablet or liquid form from all medicine dealers. Or send CO
one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce, and a trial box of the tabtet3 vill bo
mailed to you.
Every woman, ia invited to write for' istriclTy or.f. Jeatial advisa
concerning: her phyt'cU trouble's. Th tivica will be given, en entirely
tirely entirely without cast, ly a physician who rrn' a tho ills of woax-n
his specialty." Addre?: Dr. Pierce, Ia7sI:A' Hotel. BufTalo, N.Y.
lr. Pierce's FUesMit PeUsts
live end bowels. Tiny,
ean'l. mean that. Noboay would be
brut enough to kill Miss .rjqnny!"
As we walked Planx save us the fol following
lowing following facts: It appeared that he had
been spending the last two weeks in
a log hut which had been lent him by
i friend. Mr. Wilshere. Ills household
constated of one servant :his daugh daughter's
ter's daughter's liurse. a middle aged woman whom
they had brought with them from New
lork two guides and a man cook. On
the previous day Miss .Virginia had
t&ken her rod after lunch, as she had
often done before, and gone off 'to the
river to fish.'
"At 5 I went to join her. She was
cbt there. 'Her rod lay broken, and
tbtere were signs of a struggle and the
bracks of two men. I shouted for Ed.
the old guide. He came running down,
and T'e took up the trail. It led us.
ttiraigflit over to Mooseshank lake. The
rufnars had put her In our. own canoe
suid gone out on the lake."
Plaiix paused and presently contin continued:
ued: continued: :
'"We'.went round the lake,and found
on the far side the spot where they had
i?acluHl the canoe. LeadOig uv into
the wxds from that point, we. again
Mtruck; the trail of the-two meii, but
lay daaghter was no longer with them.
When they left the canor they were
gcing light. They must hare drowned
her in the like. It's" cle;ir enaugb.
11-esently 1 saw so.iiiethiug floating on
tli 5 -water. It was her hat'
"Had. Miss Virgsnuy any jewelry on
bi:r?" asked Joe.
VA wiitch and a necklace."
".Sevea or eight hundred dollars.
"Huh' said November reflectively.
"Attd wliat did you do after iiriiing her
"We trailed the two villains until
they got on to ome rocky giound." It
was -too dark then to do more, so we
returned. Five thousand dolliru If you
lay hands! on them, he said.
By the river the traeesere co plain
that an j one could read them the
slender feet of the victim and the
larger footprints of the two men.. The
Ashing rod, snapped off towarci the top
of the middle Joint, had been left
where dt h,ad fallen. It seemed a if
the girl had tried to defend 1: erself
with it Next we went to the like.
November literally nosed his way
alonjr. The moccasined tracks of the
two men showed faintly here and there
on the softer parts of the ground,
"Looks as If they was toting some something,"
thing," something," said Joe. "They must aV car carried
ried carried her. Stop! They set her down
here for a spell."
Another moment brought us over the
rise and In sight of Mooseshank lake.
I halted Involuntarily, The place seem seemed
ed seemed created for the scene of a tragedy.
November had pushed on to the spot
where footprints and other signs show showed
ed showed where the men had entered tie ca canoe.
noe. canoe. The deep slide of a moccasined
foot in the mud seemed to tell of the
effort it required to get the girl em embarked.
barked. embarked. "They' took her out on the lake and
murdered her!" groaned Plans:. "Drag "Dragging?
ging? "Dragging? There's no use dragging, that
water goes plumb down to the root of
Alter that we went around to the
other side of, the lake and saw the
beached canoe. .The two sets of moc moccasined
casined moccasined tracks showed clearly on the
strip of mud by the water, but were
soon lost in the tumbled debits of a
two-year-old stony landslip over which j
trailing appeared quite impossible. No- f
vember was busy about this landing
place for a longer time than I expect- i
ed, then he crossed the landslide at (
right angles and disappeared from our
m i j 1 i i mi
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Oyer Times of lib
rcs:Ji2 c:xd invigorate slomcch
ajar coafedf; pleasant cs ccrtr'j'.
"Anyways, she wasn't .when she
passed hpre. 1 have a proof here that
you will think m?ghty good.' He drew
out a-little. -leather case I: had giveu
him and -extracted from it a long hah
of a beautiful red gold color. "Look
at thatl t foinid.lt in :;he spruce
Planx took it gently in hbs great
fingers. He was visibly much moved.
For a few seconds he held.it' without
speaking. ,"the-u :That grew on Vir Virginia's
ginia's Virginia's hea dr: .sure enoughjoe.'. Is it
possible tiy 'girl is aliveY
"She is, .sure!. Don't b afe.'ired.
You'l 1 soon iia ve news of Uer; I cm
promise jou that, Mr. Plenx. This
wasn't no esse of murder. It's just
an abduction. They'd never be such
fools as. to kill her. They're cuter
than that. Isn't he your daughter?
They'll hold her to big ransom. That's
. An ugly look came Into Planx's eyes.
"That's their game, is It? T.'m not n
man that it is easy to milk dollars
Trom' said he.
By this time it was( growing to 3
dark for Jce to work any longer. Wo
crossed th3 lake with Plans, .ind thai
night Joetnd I camped near the enc!
of Mooseshank lake, where c, stream
flowed from It
, At. dawn, vrhlle we were having
breakfast iJoo! stood up and stared
Into the trcc3 that grew thick behind
us. As he called out I looked l;cU
and saw tho indhstinct f gure of a man
In their shadow watching its. He
beckoned, and, ytg approached him. i
saw 'he waii young, with a pale fece
and rather habby town made clothes.'
"Don't yon remember Walter Cal Cal-vey,
vey, Cal-vey, November T' he saicL holding out
his hand 'T was with you .nd Mr.
Planx and and tier last year in the
woods." : "'
"Huh, yes. and what are you doing
here, Mr. Calvey?". asked Jyer s haking
hands. 1 .
"I heard about Virginia. How could
1 keep a way. after thas:?" exclaimed
"You've no. cause to fret yet," said
"What?. When they've killed her!
I'll go with "you mid if we find
"Huh! She's not dead! Take my
word for it!" Joe's gray jrf gve nrj
a roguish lookl "Why. I've got a thing
here' in my peckt tbook you'd gii-e me
$100 for!" He held the r?d gold hair
up to the light of tin rising sun.
Calvey shook from head to fool.
Virginia's! f Yon couldn't find it
match in CaiiulaJ Tell me" ;
"I can't wait to tell yen and you
can't waitto hear Light oit. now.
Old man P'.anx could make it un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy for yo'j.
You're right! He hates me because
Virginia won't marry Scbelper;? of the
combine. lie hasn't let us meet fcr
months. And mora than that, he's
ruined me and my partner In busines J.
It was easy for a ; rich man to do
that," added Calvey bitterly;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is -hcro'by given ;to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, JegateeE., distributees, and all
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Large Florida Pecans
1107-' crop, per pound ,20s
Br in -Nut-, bc:t o', "i,
- jWl j; V UAAU m I p
Fr:?sh California llab.ins.
per pound 10c,
Two pound for. .
Large Bananas, fresh e
e-ry day, -per dc
-I I o i;i e m a d e Can dy,-. f rea'
. overy day, j.cr 'pound
4. .TiI 4
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4V,:) 71. r:.";;7r.olia It,
"CAmilCH AEL, ; J-HLT) 0. :
0 "WS :'' "'.
It U to ibe skin that M-ol 1:
are dr!r :i by Nati:rc. Asa it Is ui ir."
s'dn that RJ i--, tlj f:iu!.u-t Hoc:3
lllf-r, baa IU tK.st proD.jua:-!-d iaSuec.f-'.
For it li U re tLar yr.i 'f tl:? rpsulta."
S. S. R. la ;noaa tbi laa tCcctlvc la the
Jehus. zhitiC ar.-l riszycA fiitfac- ia
Jrlvii'.'j c:;t irl-futnafl'm, ortrpomir- lnll.
iitA ild-.V.zz htQ eysUrn of cntarrh.
- Tiie nurrJy vf-ia'.-rc i::rodiont3 In
;5. H. S. te na-i:rr.:iy -SL-ailatl tJt
thry rrtrr Cu bir.fji r.3 i:a active Mf:. Mf:.-cUsj
cUsj Mf:.-cUsj an! not t!e.-lr.;jt J or ravH' I
7lM3 ct i?,'CiV:. It li tti3 pecvJIar ft ft-tr!i
tr!i ft-tr!i Ca S. f'. !.5. that mai-5j It so cttivf.
It stirs iato!a-tl;n all the forces cf 'tL--?
bix.lv, E.rc;v.cr.' tl'.-:ve R'-crtlor.1?, ?tLri'i-
U't?s t! 1-I:','.1 clr"v!at!sa tj ti.
carried thr(t:;":hotH yen r L. :' la r.ti
three r!nurp.i, Arid Jr a .:-t Vr.x
.as any LloJ tr;i:.'lo i;:'. r
tint it no I'l.izT c:u ni ::It
ally new Cr-s.'A I? fizio'l Iz all
dosra tl3s;v-s i; rrl t?v fi n takes
ruldr clow or tftan:i. in f ire a:
a bottls cf P. .f. S. tf-lcrr of any .Tr: ;
jflf-t, tut avo:i all .ub?tltutrs. 1
- Around th !?it!e Is as ill ust ratr-d Ir Ir-cular
cular Ir-cular that tell- yo'i hcvr to chtnln f,'.r f,'.r-c!al
c!al f,'.r-c!al free advl.-e In nulpJtly ovcro :ls ;
rcrlous blood rj'rirjlr'. 0. f!. 3. IJ". IJ".-'?ri'd
'?ri'd IJ".-'?ri'd ovAy by T:,e r.v:Ift pi-c!?.c Co., .')
other person; haying claims or t.e t.e-mauds
mauds t.e-mauds against .the estate o! Prkc-ilhi
Cody, deceastid, to present tho cz:rA,
duly -proven to -the under;. :.,tr 1 v,-i;h
ii': tw,oyear3lirom:'Chis Mate, to-trlt:
Thhi 23-d day of October. A. D, 1914.;
';. iT, P. Gadrron, '.
'- Gccrgo G'.lzz,
As Admin Jtrrors of tltd cir
Priscilla Cody, deocass-d. 10-22-mC:1
.. w "l:l:!.rL"f',,Hi. 1
Cfce suDpHes. all .kind:;, 'at i
view. Soon he came carrying to toward
ward toward us.
"She Isn't dead
T f 1
POUITRY SHOW IBIZKS
Bee the Japanese
china at The
Mr. W. T. Coleman of Rushnell is
among the fair visitors.
Burt's Ninety Day Seed Oats for
sale at Oca la Seed Store. 11-27-tf
South Carolina Rust-Proof
Bart Oats. Ocala Seed Store. J0-2-tT
First cock, Mrs. Alice Roller; first
hen. Mrs. Alice Roller.
First cock, second lien, Miss An
nie Davis; first hen, second cock.
Mrs. W. A Robertson; first cockerel,
This report is- made f rod obser- first pullet, Mrs. W. A. Robertson ;
vations taken daily bv Mr. P. G. B. i second cockerel, second pullet. Miss j second oiJ 'torn, second
Cotton was h
better on demand, bringing four, to l
five 'points more today. December,!
7.30; Marsh, 7.60; May. 7.75. Liver-H
iXew York, X-ov. 27..
Weihe, official observer for the gov- Annie Davis.
Bee the new holiday goods The
Murray .Company is 'dlsplayingiand
Leon Brlgance iias returned 4iome
from a. several weeks risit to Pa Pa-la
la Pa-la tka. .; ":
A31 prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy .by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh
' Mr, Douglas Smith, "who has, 'been
in Tampa for the last few months,
iias returned to Ocala.
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Geed Store. 10-1-tf.
Messrs. T. M. ,-' Shackleford, Jr.,
and (brother Robert, were jnromlnent
barristers from Tampa spending
Thanksgiving in Ocala.
Subscribe for your magazines,
either for gifts or self, at The Mur
ray Company. SS-St
CLOSING OUT ODD AiND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
Mr. fll. N. Austin, a clever tele
craph operator from Galveston, Tex.,
Is assisting Mr. Sage in .the Western
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First and second hen, E. C. Ben
nett. : :
First cock, first hen, Philip Gile.;.
Pit Games 4 ;
JPirst cock, second hen John Samjh
son; second cock, nrsc punet; a. v.
Dye; : first hen; J; F; Davis, Irvine;
first cock ei el, Fred Arnold; second
pullet, Fred Male ver
Japanese Phoenix Gaines
First cock, first hon, dlarry Moore.
Silver Spangled. Hamburgs
Tirst;COcV, first hen, first pullet
33 Und exhibition pen, C. Timmons;
first cockerel, second pullet, Richard
Leamon, Calvary; second cock, T. W.
" V Indian Games
JFirst cock, first hen, Robert Ty-
dings; second oock, M. Sampson;
Bitting prize, Robert Tydlngs.
Single CJomb Crown Iehorns
(First cock, firsf hen, first cockerel,
first pullet, J. M. Luffman, Oak.
Single Comb White Iegliorn
IFirst cock, first ; and second hen,
Cloudy, probably rain tonight and .best exhibition pen, Wonder Poultry
Saturday, colder Saturday extreme Farm, (Eastlake; second cock, R. T.
WEtIi BE TAXED
Munroe; first and. second!, pullet,
Clyde Smith. :
Single Comb Black Minorcas
I IFirst cock4 first hen,. Anna Mit
chell. vv-f';;?. t- 'C- "r:U-J:: 'V;; v-:.:,'
Single Comb White Minorcas
First and second hen, 33. C. Ben
nett. .r,: Vir
.. .BufT Orpingtons
First cock, first hen, first cockerel,
On and after Dec. 1st the tel
egraph companies twill be required to
collect a special government tax of
one cent per message on all tele
grams sent prepaid and received col-1 first and second pullet, J. B. Davis,
Iect. This includes day and t night J Irvine.
Qlusic all kinds
at The Murray
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Heintz are
Jiappy over the arrival of twin girls
at their home Wednesday night.
CIX)SNG OUT ODD AND END
CTAflUONBRY at reduced prices at.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens will preach
'at the Fort King Baptist church next
Sunday afternoon, Nov. 2 9th, 'at
3:30; instead of December 6th.
We always have on hana a afresh
supply of the famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy., 2-6t
messages, day and night lettergrams,! single Comb Black Orpingtons
cablegrams and deterred cablegrams, l (First cockerel, first pullet. C.
m oney tran sf er messages and press I Tfrnmons.
telegrams on .which tolls amount to I 4 single Comb White 0rpington3
fifteen cents or more, cvianager First cock second hen, (Nathan
Joyner of the Postal estimates Mayo, Summerfield ; first hen, first
Ocala s quota of this special tax at j anj second pullet, Mrs. George,
$350 per year. v
young torn,- J. M. Luffman, Oak; first
hen; Zyzz' and sa?cnd pullet,' Marion
Pea rV Guineas
First ccsk, firit hen, first coLkerel,
first pullet. Mrs. Alice Roller.
J White Tan Tail Pigeons
fTTircf r aq'-'itiH -'lr fir.'- "nil
second hen, Charles P. Cullen. -- A
, lied Carneau Pigeons
First vand seconi cok, "first and
second hen, R. B. Bowers:
Jacob Lan Pigeons;
- First cock, first hen, R. T. Mun Mun-roe.
roe. Mun-roe. -: ?- r. v, 1 :L-. .'.vv
First old buck, first old doe, j first
young buck, first and second young
doe, A. Kristianson. ;
: IFirst and' second old 'bucks, first
and second old doe, first and second
young 'buck, Philip Gilr-.
" Best exhibit, ClifTord rcusctt.
Grey Fox Thomas Harris.
- Red Raccoon -Wllliani Artis'.
. 01r. T. J. Marshall of College Park,
if., acted as judge, on the poultry
Flynn Dlliott of jCharlotte, N. C,
erhiblted a fine lot of poultry, rwhich
was very much admired. Thi3 ex ex-hibit
hibit ex-hibit however -was not allowed to
compete for the prizes with these of
Marion and Sumter counties. Mr.
Elliott wa3 awarded fifty-one .blue
ribbons and seventeen red ribbons cs
awards of merit on his fowls. Among
his showing were fancy chickens of
every description, turkeys; ducks
end geese. The exhibit attracted the
attention of everyone interested in
the hreeding of fancy stock and
added much to the poultry
, Mr. J. II. Wendler of
who -was also 'barred from ( entering
tub competitive Jists 'with the home
exhibitors, had a lot of extra fine
fowls at the fair. He rwas awarded
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f Tj do ko niAKP pil.cticii i. orit u;;i:;:i "i r;:; i
i"S;oi::OTGGLir-pnicr3ri: ani m; ov::.:'' w:: 'Tzi.vr..'Ar en
.Tills :is; wnvt-'WE. re AVii ; th k co:.fiv; : ::;ce -of 1:1.11.0 : co
I mu:;ity. '
RAY IXST A RACER
Pennants and pillow tops, latest
styles, at KREGBR'S. , v
South Carolina R"st Proof
Oats for sale at 'the Ocala
Store. : ; 7 ll-2G-tf.
The only "Hotel on the Square
now offers you the. service, of its
dining room. Youll come, again if
you try it. 23-tf
v.-.'''.-' Barred Plymouth RocIs
First oock, second cockerel, "first
pullet, W. M. Cist,. (Mcintosh; sec-
air. Walter iRay of M artel, had the j ond cock, Perry Edwards ; first and
misfortune to lose a, valuahle race second hen, Marion Farms; . first
horse at the lair grounds track yes-1 cockerel, George Thompson, Okla-
terday afternoon. waha; second 4 pullet, Leonard Wes-
Just as the second heat of the I son.
2:20 class trotting race was cpm-j White Plymouth Rocks
pleted the splendid little racer I First cock, first and second hen,
Delhi" fell in the harness on the first cockerel, second pullet,, (Mrs;
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track south of the judges, stand. I George 'Blitch; second cockerel, first
While prompt assistance was : ren- pullet, SR. R. Bowers ; first and seo
four hlue ribbons end thrcs rd
hons on hi3 exhibit, v;hich cr !:ted
of a number el -pens of Tarred,
dered the stricken animal, he died in
a few minutes.'
The race .was a three heat feature,
one mile to the heat, : and it is
thought that the task was .too much
(for the game little racer. t
: Delhi" according to expert horse horsemen
men horsemen had the making of a fast racer
and Mr. Ray's, many friends.. will re regret
gret regret very much his loss.
iiiiY Dona 1
i"ti:m in cr.y forin .:c:
cans -keep a bcltl
Lift"! ri ot-t 'tntt T n Ti -A
feel a piin or core
muscle, ibathe, it
3, '4- CwK
th 0 1:
n 1 I
: if. not
1 1 J O ' I ft
trates almost Iinmuli:.
the Est-of'ain,;, xcllev!
tenderi'swbllen :.ifecllnsr-.'.xmd '; siiakin
the p-rt easy and comfortable. Gct;..t r.ny I.u-ir. Adv.
The best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices obtain at the new dining
room of the Ocala House. 23-tf
"'Purity is paramount You get. ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your -prescriptions her-?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31 -tf
Candy, cigars and soda at Gerig's
drugstore. Fair grounds.
Mr. 'Edward Tucker was host to a
jolly carnival party Wednesday eve
ning entertaining:" nearly .a... dozen
friends. ; ,.
DOVT UEIAY TREATING r I'OUR
. ; COUGH
A-slight couch often becomes seri serious,
ous, serious, 1 ungs get congested ; br onclal
tubes 'fill with mucous. Your vitali vitality
ty vitality is reduced. : You need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It soothes your
irritated air passages, loosens mu mucous
cous mucous and makes your 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
Whole wheat bread made under a,
new process, wrapped a in checkar checkar-hoard
hoard checkar-hoard paper,5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you, are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. 17-tf
By trading with the Ocala
Cash Grocery Company.
Every package guaranteed
A FEW SPECIALS
3 Ubs. Best Rice 2oc
1 lib. Bliss Coffee ........... .30c
Pint Good Florida Syrup ...... j, 9c
Irish Potatoes, peck. ......... .26c
5 Gallons of Oil .60c
BACON, per pound . 16c
Cheese, per pound 20c
JAma Beans, per pound. ..... . .10c
Ouart Good Florida Syrup. .... ,20c
Ouart Good Vinegar .10c
EVERYTHING CHEAP FOR
ocu cash mm go.
Next to Burnett's
Fort King Ave.
Cheap Floor, .Stain.
A very inexpensive stain can ba
made from burnt umber and hot wa water.
ter. water. r Five cents' worth of the burnt
umber will stain several floors; that Is,
where a rug is used for the center.
Prtur tVio Vtrxt tnotn. n-rr. T 1
umber, little at a time, till it is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly dissolved. Use a quart of hot
water to five cents worth of umber;
that make3 a pretty dark brown stain.
Let it dry, then rub on any good floor
wax and poisb..
There Can be Xo Doubt About the
' x Results in Ocala
Results tell the tale.
All doubt is removed.
The testimony of an Ocala citizen
can be easily Investigated.
What 'better proof can be had?
J. A. Chandler, (proprietor of the
New Grocery Co.. 34 W. Broadway,
Ocala, says: "Knowing what gTeat
benefit Doan's Kidney Pills have
been to one of any Jamily, I take
pleasure in recommending them to
sufferers from kidney complaint. The
one I refer to had (been Slaving con
siderable trouble with ihis back and
kidneys. At one time he was oblig
ed to give up his work for severa
days on account of lameness across
his back. As soon as Doan's Kidney
Pills iwas taken' these troubles were
relieved and by continuing their use
he was cured."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy remedy-get
get remedy-get Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same
that Mr. Chandler had. Foster Foster-Mil
Mil Foster-Mil burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
ond exhibition pen, Mrs. George J.
Blitch. r a :.: r(A:,
v R. C. Rhode Island Reds.
First cock, first iien,- first cockerel,
first pullet, D. Cromartie, Reddick.
S. C. Rhode Island Reds
First cock, Paul Brinson,' second
cock, second hen, Marion Farxns; 2nd
uen D. S. Cromartie, Reddick ; first
cockerel, w. W. Dye; second cockerel,
Mrs. R 1W. Blair; first and second
pullet, Mrs. J. T. Rawls, Duhnellon;
best 'pen, F. M. Joyner, ILake Weir.
- A White Wyandottes
First cockerel, first pullet, t first
pen, Wild tHill Poultry Farm, Dallas.
Sicilian Butter Cups
First cock, first lien, first cockerel,
first pullet, E. -F. (Moore.
. B. B. Red Game Bantams
First 'hen, JRodger Liddon. t
Colored 3Iusco'y, Ducks
First and second drake; first
duck, John A. MitcheIl; second duck,
: C. Bennett. .. . .
::XK fWIiite Muscovy Ducks
IFirst drake, first duck, E. C. Ben
: Pekin Ducks v
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First drake, first duck, R. tMacKay.
iFirst drake, first duck;, J. W. Akin.
Indian Runner Ducks
First .and second old drake. J. I.
Gist, Mcintosh; first and second
old duck, Oliver Meadows; first
young drake, first young duck, IMrs.
L. C. Dodd, Fairfield; first .pen, R. B.
Grey African Geese
First gander, first goose. John A.
Toulouse Geese f ;
(First and second old gander, first
and second old goose, first and sec
ond young gander, first and second
young goose, Mrs.--Alice Roller.
Black Turkeys l V
First and second torn, second hen.
iBourbon Red Turkeys
(First and second old torn, first
and second hen, first and second
young torn, first and second pullet,
First and second old torn, first
hen, first and second young torn, sec-!
ona puiiet, Luanon unarms; second
hen, iEsetella Lewis, first pullet. Per Perry
ry Perry Edwards, j
First old torn, Mrs. Alice Roller;
Fine any time and all Xwt time co
fine -that a million ':r:minntin;;
t -i--1 s-- ... f. .j t-,: j y
With a soft mellovncs3 that appeal j
to a woman's fane; a zestful snap
that delights a man's taste a purity
and flavor that mtijies it a ?. .rinf:
drink for everybody
Uoore's Qail Order House