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OCALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. X'EMBEU 27.
OLD TROUBLE AG AI N
Sawed-GfT Solon LiIit is After the
County Commissioners with a
To Governor Trararaell, to Judge:
Bullock, to the December gran I j
iurv. to the county commissioners,
to the tax payers of Marion county:
I respectfully call your attention
to chapter 6425, 1&13 laws of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, which in substance is as fol follows:
lows: follows: The clerk of the court of each
county each first of Janurary and
July of each year, on forms supplied
by the comptroller of the state, shall
make out a complete list of all re-the
ceipts ana aisoursemenis oi ine;aiIlount? If 0caIa will- not make J
county commissioners, for the !astjthi3 amount good, should, the tax-j
six months. The county commis-1 payers outside of -Ocala be made to i
sioners under each shall certify to foot this bill? should or should not i
the correctness of the clerks state
ment. The clerk of the court shall
furnish the comptroller with a copy
of the report. The comptroller shall
publish such in a county newspaper j jUry and the tax payers, j
in the county, etc. The penalty for j r submit a comparison of the cost j
a faliure of the clerk or the court of repairing this road.no win the!
or the county commissioners tocity of ocala with the cost of build-I
comply with the provisions of thisjing other hard roaJs in the coun
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a prison fine of no more than 12!me that the expenses of Mr. Priest's
months, or a cash fine of no more
than 55,000 or both, and removal
from office by the governor.
Our clerk of the court has made
out a report on the forms supplied
him by the comptroller and he in informed
formed informed me the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners have paid him $200 for his ser services
vices services in making out the report.
The published proceedings of their
August meeting acknowledge of ap approving
proving approving of said report.
In the same published proceed proceedings
ings proceedings the county commissioners no notify
tify notify our county newspapers that
they will refuse to pay cost cf pub publishing
lishing publishing this report by the state
comptroller, giving as their reasons,
they being advised that the bill is
ci VI A "A iiiat. lire uiii x o
unconstitutional, too costiy to puo-
lish and ofno visible good, there
fere, the report has net been pnb
lished. The intention of the bill de
feated, the people denied the privi privilege
lege privilege of knowing how our officials
have been spending our taxes. I
therefore charge our county com commissioners
missioners commissioners with failure to comply
with and prevented compliance with
Neither the supreme court of this
state, Judgs Bullock, nor Judge
Smith had ruled on this bill when
the county commissioners stated
they were advised as to this bill be being
ing being unconstitutional. Therefore,
they were not properly advised.
If the county commissioners truly
believed this law was unconstitution unconstitutional,
al, unconstitutional, why did they approve of the re report
port report made out by the clerk and pay
him $200 if they truly thought it i
was not proper?
Tiffs bill does not delegate to the
county commissioners the privilege
of saying the law is illegal or not,
nor the right to say they will pay for
publishing the report or not.
As a citizen and tax payer of Mar Marion
ion Marion county I herewith give my rea reasons
sons reasons why I insist on the proper of officials
ficials officials to compell our county com commissioners
missioners commissioners to comply with this stat
ute. I want to know how much our 5
county is in debt? How much our
county commissioners have borrow borrowed
ed borrowed in the last silx months? If any
borrowed, has it been borrowed le legally?
gally? legally? How much available cash on
hand and collected July 1st, last?
What interest they are paying.
What fees, etc., our officials are get getting
ting getting and how our- road taxes are
spoilt and distributed?
1 also call the attention of Judge
Bullock. Solicitor Schofield, the next
grand jury and the tax payers of the
county to the following: j
In the very beginning of this year j
a move began to extend the limits
"Why fay More" O. (GoMnnL
!of the city of Ocala and take in Sil-j
:ver Springs. The county commis- j
Isioners also began in the beginning 1
of this year to repair the roads from ;
Ocala to the Springs in the district
that in all probability v.-ould be soon j
out of their jurisdiction. The legis- I
lature passed the bill, approved May
23, 1913. j
if I am rightly informed our i
county commissioners have no juris- j
dic on in OUi" incorporated city.
the county commissioners spent
4,718.45 on the road after the bill j
became a law. If the above is cor- ;
rect, then our county commissioners j
spent money when they had no right j
to spend it.
Xow I ask the proper persons and j
inc idA pajcia. oniii ui snail uui
city of Qcala make good this
our county commissioners be re-'
sponsible for this amount?
This question is up to Judge Bui- j
jlock. Solicitor Schofield, the grand!
iy. commissioner w aiKins writes ;
and Mr. Gordon's crews on the ;
Silver Springs road was $13,5S2.11,j
and the cost to the county of build- j
ing the trestle at lime pit was
Levon road) was $1,386.60, total total-3S6.60,
3S6.60, total-3S6.60, totaling $14. 90S. 11; dis distance
tance distance of about five miles.
Mr. Watkins also says in an open
pubiised letter that part of
the road cost at the rate of $5,941. $5,941.-S0
S0 $5,941.-S0 per mile.
The Mcintosh road cost $7,694.31 J
or $1,099.17 per average mile nine I
and a half miles. On the Diinnellon i
read the cost was $10,207.10, or ;
$2,021.80 per average mile. The two j
Citra and Orange j
cost $3,110.50, or j
S V 1 Tl 'T
; j ,.(.iu.:'o per mile. ine live miles
iof the Lake Weir road cost $G,212.-j
jQ or $1,242.41 per mile.
The five miles of Silver Springs j
repairing cost us $14,968,11, or';
$2,993.62 per mile.
Why is it that our commissioners j
spent on repairing a road that was
soon to go out of their jurisdiction
from two to three times as much
per mile as it cost to build new hard
roads outside of the limits of the
city of Ocala?
Why should the taxpayers of the
county be denied the privilege of
having the expenditures of the coun counts'
ts' counts' comissioners published, especially
when the law demands it?
Why must Marion county pay 7
or 8 per cent interest on its indebt indebtedness
edness indebtedness when other counties and
even Ocala, can borrow money at 5
per cent interest?
Why not pay 5 per cent, interest
instead of 7 and 8 percent?
Grand jury, recommend the call calling
ing calling of an election- by our county
commissioners to pay off our indebt indebtedness.
edness. indebtedness. The interest saved will in
30 years will nearly pay the entire
indebtedness. Yours truly,
L. S. Light.
riXK CHRISTMAS GIFT
FOR YOUR FAMILY
While building our new telephone
system this year, we built office
equipment for a ten-year growth and
cable equipment for a five-year
growth. We have plenty of lines,
plenty of office equipment, plenty of
telephones and the men to put them
in. Your order fcr a telephone will
receive prompt attention. Make your
wife and family a Christmas present
of a telephone.
ll-21-30td Ocala Telephone Co.
Try a Star Vant Ad It pays.
If in need of anything, see us before buying, WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
By GOODLOE THOMAS.
Night befo' Thanksgivin' dream de tuhkey got away
Lawzee, I was sad!
Thought be saw me wif de ax an perked bis baid
"Dat looks mighty bad."
Way be flew, an' me a-chasin out into de wood.
Fas' ez I could go;
Tuhkey lookin' back an' laughin fs if a tuhkey
"Man, yo's awful slow."
Tuhkey got away, an" whain I waken in de mawn
Hatat wuz jes' like lead;
Cotton Plant. Nov. 26. Road
working day was observed in this
community last Friday, and the
workers formed themselves into a
road working club, and will work
the roads every two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Long enter entertained
tained entertained last Friday evening at a
guessing contest. The evening was
much enjoyed by all present.
Mi. A. W. Woddvard an 3 sons
were business visitors to Ccala Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. D. M. Tarco and little daugh
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weev nero w::n reiatr. es am
Our community will be represent- ;
ed at the fair. j
Mrs. C. R. Veal and children will i
Mrs. Reynolds, Thursday and Fri
Mrs. W. E. Veal will return Thurs-
day night from Fort Green, where
DURING THE FAIR, At
A full line of Jewelry, Firearms and Ammunition.
she has been visiting her brother.
She expects to leave next week for
Clearwater, her future home.
Mrs. L. C. Bell and children of
Croom, will spend Thanksgiving
with their parents here.
Remember first Sunday is preach preaching
ing preaching day here. It will be the last ser service
vice service of the conference year. All
members are urged to be present.
Every one is invited.
ORDER OF EASTERX STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's Hall the. first Fri-
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1 tn.ra i rii'.ay anernoon at ui
j 2!rs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M.
I Miss FIcrrie Ccndcn, Secretary.
An elegant line cf all kinds of cut
! Ias at Wings & Co.
j Large alligator bags and traveling
dressing sets at Tydings.
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Copyright, 1913. by American Press Association.
Couldn't realize dat all dera things win join on
While l's in muh bed.
Whain I rubbed muh eyes a bit an peeped out in de
Right away felt good,
Seein' dat ol' gobblahV head stuck up an beggin
Fo his breakfas' food.
Mighty thankful fo muh blessin' dat Is what I is
An. twix' me an you.
Waitin fo' muh dinnah heah. l's thankful dat I riz
'Fore dat dream com: trne.
Blitchton. Nov. 26. OUr. J.. T.
Burgess spent Saturday in Ocala.
Dr. Blitch went to Jacksonville
Saturday to see Mr. S. A. Rawls.
A few of the young people enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed candy-pulling Friday night at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. R.
Mr. Roland Wilkinson of St. Pet Petersburg,
ersburg, Petersburg, is the guest of Mr. Landis
Mr. Rutherford Carlisele of Ocala,
was a Sunday visitior. He came out
; cn hi, motorcycle.
i Mrs. Laura Thomas of Evinston,
J returned home Sunday, after a
! weeks" visit with Mrs. O. S. Sanders.
J Mrs. O. S. Sander visited Irvine
Mr. Loonis Blitch of Columbia
College,. Lake City, is expected home
for the week end.
j Miss M. L. Carlisle will spend
i Thanksgiving with her parents in
Even the 3Iayors -License Veto
Seems to Hare a Railroad
Tag on It
Editor Star: Mr. Spencer should
have submitted the manuscript of -his
communication in the Banner to
Mayor Robertson before having it
published. I am sure Mr. Robertson
would have revised or vetoed some
of it at least. Mr. Robertson does
know, and Mr. Spencer, as a lawyer,
ought to know, the danger of prov-
ing too much, as well as the unwis unwisdom
dom unwisdom of making assertions accompan accompanied
ied accompanied by no proof whatever. As to the
proposition to pay the water com com-pany
pany com-pany $68,000 for the plant, only one
member of the council voted for it.
Did the other eight members vote
against it solely on account of the
mayor's threats? Did the mayor thus
intimidate all the councilmen except
one? Did the mayor in fact threat threaten
en threaten to refuse to do anything that he
was by law required to do? Is not
such an assertion by Mr. Spencer an
injustice to the mayor? He asserts
that the city in the purchase of the
water plant "through the action of .,
our mayor" saved nearly $26,000.
The mayor will not attempt to back
up any such, assertion.
Mr. Spencer says another issue to
be determined, is "whether or not he
(the mayor) did right in refusing to
permit $55,000 of the people's mon money
ey money to be used by private Individ Individuals."
uals." Individuals." Well, did you ever? What
is the matter with this man? What
wrong has the mayor done him that,
he should thus act the part of
Brutus? That, indeed, was the un un-kindest
kindest un-kindest cut of all. Can't something,,
be done to save the mayor from his
Yes, the mayor did veto the li license
cense license ordinance, not that it was
reeking with unjust discrimination,
not that it taxed a poor widow who -might
have one lodger or boarder,
not that it was unfair to a boy who
wished to rent and repair bicycles,,
but because it proposed to put a li license
cense license tax on railroads.
Old Man Common People.
AT THE TEMPLE
Xov. 28 Burt Leigh, in
Dec. 2 Creatore's Band.
Dec. 13 "The Leopard's Spots."
Dec. 1 6 Xeil O'Brien Minstrels.
Dec. 18. Last Days of Pompeii.
Dec. 27- Bought and Paid For.
Dec. 30 Coburn's Minstrels.
Jan. 1 "Divorce Question."
Jan. 6 "Tl e Shepherd of the
Jan. 12, 13 14 De Armond Sit Sitters.
ters. Sitters. Jan. 17 "Polly of the Circus."
Jan. 20 Maryj Lamb Company.
Jan. 27 The Spring Maid Co.
Jan. 2S Anti-Saloon League lec lecture.
ture. lecture. Jan. 30. Paid In Ful.
Feb. 3. Smart Set.
Feb. 10 A Modern Eve.
Feb. 18. U. of F. Glee Club.
Feb. 23 Evan's Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. Feb. 24 Fine Feathers.
Mar. 1 to 11. Chautauqua.
KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Xo. 13. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcoiie to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. 3. Ad
Genuine Thermos bottles from. $3
down, at Tydings & Co.'s. 11-14-tf
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913
.Magazines and books at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. ll-27-2t
Call phone 201 if you wish to ex exchange
change exchange furniture. 11-20-tf
grounds and in the city all day
terday. Mr. Stockton
for United States senator, and it is
useless to sav that he has not a
Mrs. R. O. Dennard of Green Cove "j good chance of being elected. He is
Springs is visiting friends during j a very popular man and no one can
Miss Isabel Davis pretty little
Jersey cow, "Frances Boozer," won
the first prize in the stock exhibit.
Loose leaf memorandum books
25c. at The Murray Co. ll-27-3t
Major T. C. Hall returned from
Green Cove Springs yesterday and
is at the Harrington. He was quite
ill yesterday, but is better today.
Two cars of Baptist Philathea
girls were busy yesterday afternoon
distributing Thanksgiving baskets to
The third grade pupils of the pri primary
mary primary school made an offering of
fruits to the inmates of the Marion
If you are interested in furniture
read ad. on page 2. 11-20-tf
Mrs. J. H. Rose and Mrs. Ham Hammond
mond Hammond of Terrell, are the Thanksgiv
ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
deny that he has
spirited citizen and
done much for his
been a public
one who has
state and his
Fair tickets for sale at the Court
DR. W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv. 1
Tickets for "The Little Million Millionaire"
aire" Millionaire" are on sale at the Court Pharmacy.
Carter'3 bread, cakes, etc., are
made with machinery and baked by
The county" jude has issued x fc.
marriage license to
Seymour and Mis Margaret Ellens
fc.vans, a young couple of Belleview
AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
S PEC I A LEY S W EETEXE D
A '-.out half the pretty girls in Ocala
' are out this morning, tagging ev-
erybody for contributions to the Ma Ma-:
: Ma-: rion County Hospital, and almost ev everybody
erybody everybody is coming across. The
young ladies lirst occupied all the
! strategical points and then sent out
firing columns and skirmishers' to
car off the stragglers. They held
this scribe up for every cent he had
before ::J0, so nobody need expect
him to pay for anything more this
Mr. Old Man Common People
comes to the rescue, on another
tm-ijputh Eighth street.
Mr. and Mrs. ,C. E. Winston ha
oved from ForrJ King avenue intoxj
their handsome ne cottage homj page, of Mayor Robertson, against
his too zealous friend, Mr. Spencer.
He says that the mayor is by no
means so loony as Mr. Spencer
jnakes him out to be, and it is to be
looped he isn't. However, like a
cow that gives a bucket of milk and
Ihen kicks it over. Mr. Common Peo
ple disputes the mayor's altruism in
vetoing the license ordinance, and
says there is a railroad nigger in the
woodpile. Dreadful to contemplate!
How can it be? The Star hereby calls
on Mr. C. People for nlans and sne-
fcifications of the grounds for his al
legation. The Star doesn't want to
be obliged to believe thero is nn dis
interestedness left in this world.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling am
daughter, Miss Ellen,! will shortly
commence housekeeping in the cot cottage
tage cottage on Fort Kinavfenue just va
cated by' Mr. and .ySlrs.
Mr. John T. Le
merchant, who h
is, the Okla
not had a day
jr vacation in a yar, cros
last night and itjt a sign on the door
which gave the information that it
would not be openep today, and Mr.
Lewis with all hiaftousehold came to
Ocala on the S o'clock train t
spend Thanksgiving at the fair,
The Ocala Beauty Parlor at Miss
Affleck's is growing in popularity
every day under the management of
Miss X. V. Lambert. 11-11-tf
Watch for the new goods next
week at the Murray Co.
Fine Victrolas and large assort assortment
ment assortment of latest and best Victor rec records
ords records at The Murray Co. ll-27-3t
Among the mast interesting fair
exhibits is onbrought by Mrs. J. R.
IMoorhead from Pensacola. It was
4.he figurehead of the schooner "Lady
ALax," the first vessel launched under
the Confederate government. It
Tras 'built by tie well knbwn ship-
Jon, and either he or
st carved,' the figure figure-ketkniff
ketkniff figure-ketkniff The work
rough'' but artistic
s a most inter-
wrighti F. Axel
some qther arti,
head with a po
and the Rgurehea
Dr. Walter Hood's old guns are
most interesting exhibits at the
Oysters and sea food specialties of
all kinds. Also a la carte service at
A great many people-all the way
from Ocala to Leesburg came up
this morning on the 6 o'clock train
to attend the fair.
Hairdressing, manicuring and
massaging by an expert at the Ocala
Beauty Parlor one door west of Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank corner. 11-11-tf
One orthe nMgrnTeritorious at attractions
tractions attractions at the fair grounds is the
motordrome on the midway. The
motordrome is a wooden enclosure
shaped very much like a tea-cup,
about fifteen feet across the bottom
and forty feet across the top. Men
on motorcycles ride around this
circle at breakneck speed, crossing
and re-crossing in front of each
other and doing other difficult feats.
It is well worth seeing.
Mr. S. Godfrey Moyers, a former
resident of Ocala, now residing in
Tampa, was in town yesterday and
All kinds of electric treatment for
the scalp at the Ocala Beauty Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. The Commercial Bank build building.
ing. building. 11-11-tf
The Southern Express Company's
office will be closed all day tomorrow
for Thanksgiving. 11-26-ltd
0. K. TEAPOT
Royal Scarlet Seeded Raisins,
Royal Scarlet Currants,
Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel,
Edam, Pineapple Brick,
Chester and Parmesian
Royal Scarlet Olive Relish,
Whole Wheat, Graham and
Sanitary Edible Bran.
0. K. TEA-POT
PHONES 16 and 174.
You needn't laugh at those traffic
officers because some of them are
from the country. They know what
a mule team should do, and a man
who is wise to mules can cop an
auto every time.
The Southern Express Company's
office will be closed all day tomorrow
for Thanksgiving. 11-26-ltd
Capt. D. H. Baker of Orange
Home brought a superb lot of fowls
to the fair. They arrived just too
late to be entered, else they would
have taken premiums.
Always here with the newest. Ask
to see the "Astor Text" engraving at
Gerig's Drug Store. 11-17-tf
Call phone 291 if you have second secondhand
hand secondhand furniture to sell. 11-20-tf
Wearing apparel when
you see it? If you do,
you are the man wre
want to pass judgment
on our line of Fancy
Shirts, Hats, Shoes,
etc. Our goods will all
stand the closest scruti scrutiny,
ny, scrutiny, and we are anxious
to have them examined
by THOSE WHO KNOW
real values when con confronted
fronted confronted by them.
Mr. Sam Christian had charge of
the excellent nursey stock display of
a Jacksonville firm at the fair.
Ask to see Beck's Talcum Powder
three odors. None better put up.
The Court Pharmacy. 11-19-tf
Special buffet luncheon 50 cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
Dr. S. H. Blitch says the Tampa
and Jacksonville railway people are
preparing to extend their line to the
Blitchton neighborhood. Their next
move will be to Dunnellon, if Ocala
doesn't wake up.
"Xylotis Toilet Water," the very
latest odor, to be had at 75c. the bot bottle
tle bottle at either one of Gerig's Drug
The best line of hair brushes and
combs in the city. Tydings & Com Company's
pany's Company's drugstore. 11-14-tf
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HOWARD SISTERS, IX GEORGE 1. COHAN'S MUSICAL
"THE LITTLE MILLIONAIRE," A'.T'TUE TEMPLE FRIDAY
n tn n TfnTr n n,w t .:-,-m n in i
Opposite A. JC. L. Station.
SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
TWENTY-ONE-MEAL TICKETS, $5.25.
Don't Forget Our Thanksgiving Dinner.
B. B. BAUM, Proprietor.
For work by eating poor poorly
ly poorly cooked meals when
you can get THE BEST
at the same price. Our
la carte service is daily
being "discovered" by
the traveling public as
well as by many of the
home people. Every Everything
thing Everything is first-class and
nothing is too good for
Ocala House Cafe
Col. R. F. Rogers' two nieces,
Mrs. Johnson of Mayo and Mrs.
Knight of Starke, after a pleasant
visit to their uncle and family, have
returned to their home.
White Dent and Golden Dent seed
corn from Ohio at Tydings. 11-14-tf
Mr. Will Mock, one of Florida's
most skilled young auto mechanics,
is here from Jacksonville, visiting
friends and seeing the fair.
The latest style engraving, "Astor
Text," can be seen at Gerig's Drug
Orders for cakes, etc., for recep receptions
tions receptions receive prompt attention at
Carter's Bakery. 11-5-tl
If you are a user of high quality
toilet articles our elegant line is
worthy of your inspection. The Court
The handsome and appropriate
sign of the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank at the fair was designed by
Collier Bros., who are as good at this
sort of work as they are at moving.
Misses Ernestine Brooks and Ma Mabel
bel Mabel Bachelder were pinning white
ribbons on all visitors to the W. C.
T. U. headquarters at the fair yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Old King Gambrinus could
not have resisted them.
Stationery from 10c. a bos to
$3.50 at The Murray Co. ll-27-3t
Want to Buy,
New or Second Second-Hand
Hand Second-Hand Furniture
Phone, write or call on
us before doing so.
We are buying, selling
and exchanging both
New and Second-hand
Furniture all the time,
and can accommodate
Easy terms made on
enstallment contracts if
you are not prepared to
C. A. FORT, Proprietor.
West Exposition Street,
Mr. Bat Lanier of Tavares, the
man who is so homely that his
homeliness becomes him, is a visitor
at the fair. At the last session of
court, State Attorney Schofield ask asked
ed asked a witness: "Do you know Mr. T.
B. Lanier?" "Xo, sir." "What, you
don't know Bat Lanier?" "Bat
Lanier? oh, yes, sir; have known
him all my life; but I never heard
of T. B. Lanier, sir."
All kinds of fancy cakes and pas pastry,
try, pastry, such as pound cake, layer cake
and macaroons are constantly on
hand at Carter's Bakerj-. 11-5-tl
Call phone 291 if you want to buy
The dump cart and wheelbarrow
made by the students of. Fessenden
Academy are fine object lessons at
the fair. Every farm in this coun country
try country could make such articles at
home if the boys had the technical
training and the tools.
If there i any better candy man manufactured
ufactured manufactured than Norris' let us know
about it, as we'd like to secure the
Ocala agency. The Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 11-19-tf
COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
was ever brought to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain in
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro protection
tection protection better than insurance and doctors.
Read Our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants
WHITE STAR LINE,
TRANSFER AND FIHEPKOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
or Ceiling in f
QoaWy or Price.
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Rfewir a (CoM Miii Rw
Every one knows the discomfort of eating breakfast in a cold dining room.
There is not always a flue in that room and if there is, who has the time to
build up a fire in time for breakfast?
The home that is piped for gas heat knows none of this. The heat is al always
ways always ready and only needs a lighted match to make the room warm and com comfortable.
Have your home piped for gas in every room. There will always be found
a use for it, and especially in cold weather, wThen a little gas radiator can be
attached that will heat the chilliest room.
Let us give you prices on piping your house now, before cold weather
(DcMai (Gas Co
Harrington Hall Hotel Building
Fort King Avenue
THE .OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913
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The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of pe. pie having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you Ki:ow you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest od Savings Accounts
W Ahr lS f I"
Mrs Good Cook:
Mr. Gobler especially requests that he be carved
with a brand new carving set.
Our carving set will carry a razor-edge and
make carving quick and easy.
You will be glad to have your friends dine with
you if you have new knives, forks and spoons for
the table. Come and see ours.
Martoe .Hardware- Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fia.
See Our $11,000.00
Ad in the Saturday
Evening Post this week
Tljen come and see the Hotpoint appliances them them-selves
selves them-selves see
how they work
how 1 easonnbly priced
Ocala Plumbing and Electric Co.
HOME OF HOTPOINT APPLIANCES
Phone 280 West Ft. King
We Want Borrowers as Well :
SPLENDID SHOW ;
f Our Siter County Ha a Magnificent
it is a
At th Fair Ground. This Afternon
Line of Exhibit
Tie agricultural and torticnliural
exhibit at the Marlon County Fair?
The s.ai new-comes from Has-"0
?t;n?5 that YitJT. R. Kaiser died at j
: 10f o'clock yterdav morning.
Air. Kai and his familv 'riade 5 ani l
this ciiv, indfell sympathize with
h?s hr-a-rii-! f and children.
: a --"
e hv Suniter county
exhibit is in charge of Messrs. t
Durand. the fumitnxe
This Bonk i not only a store-house for surplus funds,
great reservoir of credit.
If ju need atklitional capital in your buiness, if a few hundreds
cr a few thousand of dollars will enable you to purchase material
at a favorable time, to di-couat your bill, or will aid you in some
other way, put the matter before u. We will accommodate you
promptly and gladly in whatever axncunt your circumstances
quire and warrant.
of Eushneli. an I Mr. James
of that citv. a eerreral farmer;
1 aroand citizen of
trade of Enshneil. one ;
Ol'H BOY FAR3XERS j
Jco'intj. ably assisted by
Ko once, an I financed
tee Dear I or
of the Eexes!
in the state.
The gentlemen did no: begin get-
and livest traie bodies I
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
An Active United States Depository.
The awards for the champions of
the boys' corn clubs were made yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening. Following were the
first and second winners:
First: Patrick Anderson, who
lives just inside the Marion county
line near Williston. He raised over
sixty-six bushels of corn to the acre,
at a cost of 22.1-10 cents per bushel.
Second: Albert Zetrouer, Flem Flem-ington;
ington; Flem-ington; 63 bushels per acre, "at
a cost of 25 cents.
; Mr. C. R. Kreger has rented the
' room in the northwest corner of the
! Ocala House block, formerly oc occupied
cupied occupied by Mr. Woodrow, and will
jopen a store for the sale of newspa newspa-;
; newspa-; pers and magazines, stationery, can can-!dy,
!dy, can-!dy, alligator good3 and souvenirs.
I Mr. Kreger will keep the best of
goods and sell at rockbottom prices.
He pleased everybody greatly when
jin business on the opposite corner
jtwo years ago, and all his friends
i will be glad to know he is going to
jopen a larger and better equipped
I Mr. W. C. Blanchard is preparing
I the room for Mr. Kreger's oc-
MI. WINCi WILE LEAVE US
Mr. A. M. Wing and family will
leave Ocala. we are sorry to learn.
ting their exhibit
three or four days
ing of the
busy then. This
magnificent exhibits of
Irish potatoes, beans
cane, cassava, pumpkins
ens .hay, peanuts, soils,
materials, etc. In the
tczether until IX
fair, but they got mighty :
before the open-
woods, watermel-woods, road
are showing some as fine oranges,
grapefruit and tangerines as it is
possible to grow. One exhibit that
attracted a great deal of attention
was the "poorman's smokehouse a
string of fine three-pound Panasoff Panasoff-kee
kee Panasoff-kee black bass, frozen into a 4 00 00-pound
pound 00-pound block of ice.
The exhibit of beans, with the tel telegrams
egrams telegrams and account sales, checks,
etc., from the commission houses,
of the Center Hill exhibit, attracted
more attention probably than any anything
thing anything else. The money spent by the
people of Sumter county at the fair
will be one of the best investments
they have ever made.
SUBURBAN HOI FOR SALE, f
Fourteen acres and 5-room house
on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from the Marion Farms;
new drilled well. The property was
and buyer failed to
Deed is here and
must be taken up. It's a bargain.
I WILL SHOW YOU
sold for $1500
OF TIE FAIR
Bureau of Information and Place to
. Make Complaints
I Real Estate and Investments.
J Over Gerig's Dreg Store, Ocala, Fla.
ment has insti
County Fair manage manage-:uted
:uted manage-:uted a first-rate fea-
Tfcey have sold their home on South j ture this year the bureau of infor infor-Seconi
Seconi infor-Seconi street to Mr. Frazier, the I mation and kicks.
C. L. Rail-1 This bureau is in the fair omce.
v."ill leave j If yoi want any information, .go
ht in. and you win have a:ten-
inspector fcr the A.
at thi point, an;
for Dr'tona. whe:
engage in business
E. M. OSBORN
Room 20, Holder Bnlidins
Wing ; ri;
The fam- l tlon r.s soon as possible.
ily has a great many
who will regret to ha'
If anything about the fair
tnem leave ; please you, or 3-011 nave anv trouble. 1
I report it to-this bureau at once.
Don t put un witn any mcenvemence
STATE OFFICIAL IV TME CITY
Commissioner of A;
Rae was in the city yesterdav
ernoon and last night, looking after
affairs at the convict farm. Mr.
j McRae went to Gainesville this
j morning, and intends to return to
! Ocala and visit the fair tomorrow.
AT THE TEMPLE THEATER
Eight select reels at the Temple
tonight, as follows:
"The Invaders." Kalem three three-reel
reel three-reel feature.
"Smashing Time." Lubin comedy.
"He Fell in Love With His
Mother-in-Law." Vitagraph comedy
featuring Norma Talmage and Rose
"The Crook and the Girl." Bio Bio-graph
graph Bio-graph drama.
"A Maid of Mandalay." Vitagraph
comedy featuring Maurice Costello.
"Strange Traits of Serpents." A
abuse and then go away and
knock the fail. Make recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations or complaint at once, and give
the management a chance to square
itself with you.
PUT ON THE POT
A special from Bart .Corley at
Leesburg this morning said: "Put
on the big pot and the little one; we
are coming fifty strong."
MANY GOING TO SEE
THE LITTLE MILLIONAIRE
The seat sale fcr "The Little Mil Millionaire."
lionaire." Millionaire." at the Temple tomorrow
evenir.g; is unusually good. It is
; evident that a large crowd will see
i this popular play.
The Ocala Steam Laundry was
kept running until 11 o'clock last
night in order that its large force
of employes might enjoy a holiday
today and attend the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk re returned
turned returned from their sad errand to Old Old-town
town Old-town this morning. Miss Annie At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson will remain at her childhood
home for a day or two before re returning
turning returning to Ocala.
The Star thanks Mr. E. C. Ben Bennett:
nett: Bennett: who has charge of the poultry
show at the fair for the prompt and
accurate report of the exhibits and
premiums, which appears elsewhere.
For anything in music or instru
ments you want to go to The Mur- j Webster: E
ray Cmpany. ll-27-3t D. Perkins
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
E. A. Anderson. Glen wood; Mrs.
W. A. Bunnell and daughter, W. T.
Smith and wife. Holder: W. A.
Haile and W. A. Haile, Jr., Gaines Gainesville:
ville: Gainesville: E. R. Hutchings and wife.
Eustis; H. ,0. Carleton and wife,
Eustis; M. T. G. Cranford, W. T.
Miller. Plant City: R. A. Alfred,
Port Inglis; A. O. Martin. Jackson Jacksonville:
ville: Jacksonville: H. J. Lumpkins. St. Louis; B.
L. Field, St. Louis; Mrs. W. L. Scott,
Homosassa; W. A. McRae. Tallahas Tallahassee;
see; Tallahassee; R. G. Zetrouer. Jacksonville; E.
Jeffords, Clearwater; S. M. Wallach,
Baltimore; Z. L. Boone, Washing Washington;
ton; Washington; L. B. Graham. Weirsdale; R. L.
Lytle, Lake Weir; C. E. Hightower,
Valdosta; F. E. Chace and wife. Miss
Jessie Nascn. Mrs. Edna Weishart.
P. A. Holt, W. R. Manning. Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; H. D. Palmer, Tampa;
Mrs. C. D. Dunham. Mcintosh: M.
L. McReynolds, Homosassa: T. C.
Hal!, city; W. X. DeLcnz. Candler;
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McLan?hen. E.
;L. Eaker ani Mi?s C. Carter. Fair Fair-j
j Fair-j field; Mrs. Xorris Levie ani daugh
ter. Gainesville; E. C. Beuchler and
wife. Anthony: B. H. King. Dunnel-
lon; Frank Clarkson, Jacksonville;
C. C. Wheeler. Beuchel. Ky.; John
Juhan, Crystal River: S. G. Taylor,
Florida; W. L. Miller, Micanopy; C.
C. Balcom. Jacksonville: J. M. Dell.
Jr., Gainesville; Mrs. C .R. Raysor,
Waycross; John Groh. Bedford, O.;
L. A. Sheppard. Chicago; W. A. Law Law-ler,
ler, Law-ler, Jr., Lakeland: W. H. Powell,
Jacksonville; Wm. A. Gelly, Boston;
C. D. Shultz and family, Jackson Jacksonville:
ville: Jacksonville: F. X. Strang, wife and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Dunnellon; J. H. Perry, Dun Dun-nellon;
nellon; Dun-nellon; C. L. Thigpen. Fairfield; P.
H. Corlin, Jacksonville: J. A. Haney.
Burbank; W. W. Phillips and wife,
Blountstown; W. M. Barr. Philadel Philadelphia;
phia; Philadelphia; W. R. Hibbard. W. Chester,
Pa.; B. Mozer, Jacksonville; S. A.
Sutton. Webster: W. E. Caruthers,
R. Baker, Dake City;
Will Be One ol
This minature Luna Park will ex exhibit
hibit exhibit Night and Day during the
Entire Fair Week.
Biggest Attraction of Its Kind on the
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913
A STATEMENT l'EOM
MR. CLUFORR LIVINGSTON
OCALA- EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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Entered at Ocaia, Fia., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
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FINE EXHIBITS AND
MANY PEOPLE AT THE
MARION COUNTY FAIR
Marion County Fair never
looked more bright and promising
than it did Wednesday afternon.
The exhibits were all in place, pro profuse
fuse profuse in number and quantity and
extra fine in quality. At least two
thousand people were present, a rec record
ord record breaking crowd for the second
day of the fair. The weather was
of the best, and the brightness of
the skies was reproduced in the tem temper
per temper of the people.
The principal part of the fair is
always the agricultural building.
Our agriculture is our foundation.
Unless it is broad and deep, all our
other prosperity is artificial and un uncertain.
certain. uncertain. Truly the agricultural hall bears
an encouraging aspect, at this fair.
The long tables are heaped with
products, and in the open spaces are
stacked hay, oats and fodder with
their abundant promise of sturdy
work animals, fat cattle, sheep and
swine and plenty of milk and butter.
The building is nearly filled with
the products of Marion and Sumter
counties. Nearly the entire east
side of the main hall is taken up by
Sumter's display; the rest is well
filled by Marion.
Our county shows a variety of
products that is astonishing even to
the natives. Almost everything ed edible
ible edible that grows in North America,
-except wheat and apples, is in the
display, either piled in well ordered
leaps on the tables or sealed in bot bottles
tles bottles and jars.
The most striking thing perhaps
in the Marion display is the pyramid
of fruit near the division door. The
pyramid is as high as va tall man
and at least seven feet thick at the
base. Grapefruit form the founda
tion, and on this is ringed circle on
circle of golden oranges, narrowing
to the apex.
Gigantic stalks of sugar cane as
tall and thick as saplings are stack stacked
ed stacked around some of the posts. Across
the rafters lay immense bamboo
canes, raised on the Golden Acre
farm. When one looks at these, he
'Can understand why the people of
the far east use the joints for buck buckets.
ets. buckets. They come very near being as
thick a sthe buckets that are used
in pipe wells.
The L on the north end of the
building is given up to corn, to
fruit and flowers. Near the door,
glittering with its glass case, is the
Boozer cup, the trophy that any
would be proud to own.
The most striking thing in this
room, and one of the features of the
fair, is the Munroe & Chambliss dis display.
play. display. The proprietors of the bank
own farms, the interest of the farm farmers
ers farmers is their special care, so it is ap appropriate
propriate appropriate that they help out the fair
by taking such a big space and fill filling
ing filling it so appropriately. A regular
bank advertisement is printed in
corn on the wall. At the top is the
date "1913," in large figures, form
ed of grains of corn. Below in a
semi-circle "Munroe & Chambliss
Bank" is lettered in sections made
by cutting thru the ears. Within the
semi-circle the words "Established
1897" are lettered in grains.
The sign is most striking and ap appropriate.
propriate. appropriate. At its foot is heaped the
products of the farms Messrs. Mun Munroe
roe Munroe and Chambliss are interested in
oranges and grapefruit, corn,
oats, sugar cane, tomatoes, beans,
potatoes, squash, pumpkins and
many other things.
This display cost Munroe and
Chambliss a good-sized sum, but
they consider they wisely invested
Corn Crops of Florida
In trays on the south side of the
room is heaped quantities of big,
sound ears of corn. So fine a dis display
play display did this make that it awakened
the admiration of Professor Rolfs
of the government experiment sta station
tion station at Gainesville, who was par-
ticularly looking after the corn in interests
terests interests of the farmers.
The corn crop of Florida, said the
professor, was 10,125,000 bushels.
Easily worth ten million dollars
that much money kept at home.
Second in value only to the citrus (
crop. We will have to start twenty!
new national banks to care for this
money, said Professor Rolfs.
Stored with Sugar and Sunshine
Over half this room is filled with
the citrus display many grapefruit
and many more oranges. The sweet sweetness
ness sweetness and sunshine of a Florida year
is stored in each of these golden
globes, going to make fruit that is
equalled nowhere else in the world.
The beauty of the oranges cannot be
excelled even in Florida. Citra, Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, Lake Weir and all parts of
the county famous for orange grow growing
ing growing are represented.
Beyond saying that this depart
ment is full of beautifully useful
and dainty things, the Star can give
no further description in this arti article.
cle. article. To tell it with her usual accu accuracy
racy accuracy and good taste was to have
been the pleasant task of the society
reporter, Miss Annie Atkinson, but
a sad message has called her away
and no one can take her place.
The Corn and Canning Clubs
To the Ocaia Voters : In becom becoming
ing becoming a raniidate for ai-Jerman at
large in the coming city election to
1 succeed myself, i v.-L-a to announce
that I hail in the future, as in the
; past, be entirely independent, in my
'actions. My sole object in wishing
: to be re-elected to that position is
! that I may serve the interests of the
I whole citv. I am subservient to no
clique or ring and have no personal
ax to grind in the city council.
I am unalterably opposed to
1. Closing up the city's streets
for the benefit of the A. C. L. or any
2. Letting any other corporation
furnish power for the municipal I
plants or to individuals in competi
tion with these enterprises;
3. To any private individual or
corporation owning public utility
4. To grossly under-assessing
real and personal values.
I specially favor
1. More paved streets;
2. An adequate sewerage system
as quickly as possible;
3. The filling in and develop development
ment development of what is known as the Tay Taylor
lor Taylor pond in the northern part of the
city as a public park;
4. The removing of the A. C. L.
freight depot from the city's public
5. The extension of the water
works and electric lights to accom accommodate
modate accommodate all taxpayers within the city
6. The opening of meat markets
in any portion of the city when peti petitioned
tioned petitioned by the citizens representing
any particular section;
The assessment of actual values
on city property, both real and per
sonal, and a reduction of the mill
If these declarations of principles
appeal to the voters of the city and
The displays of these encourag encouragingly
ingly encouragingly useful organizations take up
the main hall of the Ocaia Lumber
& Supply Co. building. Looking over
the proceeds of their industry and
intelligence is a broadly printed
verse that most fittingly says:
"Marion, raise your standard high;
When proudly your banner un unfurls,
furls, unfurls, Xo greater wealth beneath it
Than Marion's boys and girls."
The result of the work of these
young people is most gratifying. The
girls show beautiful talent. Sev Several
eral Several stacks of of canned vegetables,
and many jars of fruit are in their
display. In all, more than fifty va varieties
rieties varieties of Marion county fruit and
vegetables, just as well put up as
they could be in any canning fac factory.
tory. factory. It is easy to see what a large
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, ll. Holder Block
We have been building this bank for years with an eye to the future.
A good many people in Marion and adjoining counties, with an eye to both
present and future have brought their business to this bank. We have endeav endeavored
ored endeavored to handle their accounts on a mutually profitable basis. We solicit new
business on the same terms.
Tine Monroe & CeaniMiss Baek
my services in the past on tnese
lines meet jour approval, I shall ap
preciate your vote at the December
city election. C. M. Livingston.
figure this cuts in our home Industry.
The work of the boys corn clubs
cannot of course show such a varie variety,
ty, variety, but it is an assurance of another
great movement that will not only
add immensely to our material re resources,
sources, resources, but reinforce the ethical
one as well in its influence in keep keeping
ing keeping the country boys in the healthy
surroundings of the farms instead
of crowding to the cities.
Fine Display of Fowls
The poultry department was won wonderful.
derful. wonderful. Ben Raysor's white turkeys
that awakened so much admiration
Tuesday were reinforced by dozens
of darker birds, all plump enough
to print a Thanksgiving poem on
each glossy wing.
The chickens were all too pretty
for anything but pets. Some of
them were pets, namely, Mrs.
George Blitche's single-comb white
Plymouth Rocks, which were as
tame as kittens. The Ivy Poultry
Farm also had an exhibit of single single-barred
barred single-barred White Plymouth Rocks, and
the long rows of coops were entirely
filled with barred Plymouth Rocks,
brown Leghorns, white Minorcas,
black Minorcas, Wyandots, Orping Orpingtons,
tons, Orpingtons, Brahmas and other breeds re renowned
nowned renowned for quality as well as good
looks. There were ducks and Indian
Runner ducks in dozens, and many
geese. There were many white and
brown rabbits, and several cages of
very pretty little dogs. The coops
had been viewed by the judges and
most of them had red or blue rib
bons tied to them. As Dr. Xewsom
the veteran physician, said after see seeing
ing seeing the birds, all deserved blue rib
A high compliment to our fair
was the presence of Mr. J. H. Wen-
dler of Lakeland, who brought elev
en varieties of fowls from his Rose
lawn poultry farm to exhibit at the
fair. Some of these birds took priz
es at Madison Square in Xew York,
and some in Boston. Mr. Wendler
praised the fair highly.
(Concluded on Sixth Page)
OCALA SEED STORE
Genuine Florida 90 Day Oats, per
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel SI.
Hastings 100-bushel oats, $1.25.
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel.
$2.50. 11-21-tf dly
L- F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
MISS KATHEHIXE BIEIfLY
Residence 213 E. Oklawaha Avenue
Nine Years' Experience
Phone 124. 11-13-lm
When You Ask For
Orange Springs, Xov. 25. Mr.
Geo. O. Jones of Elgin, Ore., is a
guest of the Carlton House.
Mrs. C. C. Moore, who has been in
the Ocaia hospital fr treatment, re returned
turned returned home last Friday, much im improved
proved improved in health.
Mrs. Dora Dinsmore, of Detroit,
Mich., is a visitor at the Springs, a
guest of the Carlton House.
Dr. McRae of Melrose, and a party
of friends passed through town last
Wednesday en route for a camp in
the scrub and will spend several
Mr. and Mrs. Doggett of Illinois
are among the recent arrivals at Or Orange
ange Orange Springs.
Mr. James Pyles of Ocaia was
busy with the merchants here yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. W. L. Garret of Mexico City
-is a guest of the Carlton House. j
Mrs. Sarah Pedrick has returned i
from her summer visit in Chicago.
She is visiting her son, Mr. F. H. j
Mr. Baxter of the Ocaia Northern, j
was a Saturday visitor.
Rev. P. W. Peck attended the
quarterly conference which conven-j
ed at Rodman Saturday and Sunday, i
Quite a number of Orange Springs j
people are planning to visit the fair
Mr. W. J. Pearce of Illinois was j
among the visitors here last week. J
Mr. Albert R. Boutz of Canada is :
registered at the Carlton House. j
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Childs, of j
Ohio, are guests of the Carlton
Mr. and Mrs. William Fielder of
Topeka, Kans., arrived here recent recently
ly recently and are moving ver to Hollister,
where they have bought a farm.
Miss Mary Dipner of Canada is a
homeseeker who arrived here last
MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES j
You have said the one word that ex expresses
presses expresses infinite refinement in con confections.
fections. confections. HUYLER'S CHOCOLATES are chos
en by those who know chosen for
the purchaser's own use, or for gifts
Fresh shipments received weekly
by express and kept always in per perfect
fect perfect refrigeration for the delight of
T. W. Troxlcr
EXCLUSIVE OCALA AGENT.
For mayor, W. J. Edwards.
For alderman at large, M
For alderman first ward, W.
For alderman second ward, John
For alderman third ward, unex unexpired
pired unexpired term, J. R. White.
For alderman third ward, full
term, B. H. Seymour.
For alderman fourth ward, F. G.
SEABOARD AIR LIXE SCHEDULE
Ocaia Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods and Stock and
Poultry Powders. We keep
on hand all the time:
COXKEVS Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line.
A large assortment
Xo. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocaia 1:40
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville!
9:30 a. m.; arrir"is Ocaia 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocaia 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocaia 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa S:45 a.
m.; arrives Ocaia 12:50 p. m.; ar arrives
rives arrives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocaia 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
3 1 t 7 Ml
You can be thankful that there is a lumber deal dealer
er dealer in your county that you can depend on for any anything
thing anything you need or desire in the wood line. If you are
about to build a new barn or out-building, if you
wish flooring, shingles or fence materials we have
just what you require, and the quality and prices are
right. Try us.
cam mmm &
CARLOAD OF MULES.
We have just unloaded a carload of fine
Also a number of Good Horses
We will be pleased to show you these fine ani animals
mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close
prices on them.
CALL AND SEE THEM
TOMPKINS & COBB
PHONE 117 OCALA, FLA
eod dly wkly
OPEX DAY AXD :S1GIIT
I Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
I corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
iat any hour. Adv.
1913 state and county tax books
are now open. Two per cent off for
Xovember payments and one per cent
off for December payments. Come
early and avoid the rush, being sure
to bring a correct description of
your property with you. 11-5-tf
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
larrington Mall lofel
Ocala's Best Hotel and Best Cale.
Only Hotel in the City with Steam Heat,
Rooms 1 a Day Popular Priced
and Up. Cafe.
Hligti G i a die IP paint Ingj
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE
THE OCA LA EVEXIXO STAR, THURSDAY", NOVEMBER 27, 1913
n Era n 0
Iloom in your Home. A Bathroom is not only a luxury, it
is a necessity pertaining to the health and comfort of the en-
tire family. I would like t. make you plan
for same. Nothing but First-Class .Material
IX ALL YOUR PLUMBING
PHONE SOO FOR QUICK SERVICE
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
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By ADDISON HOWARD GIBSON
1913. by American Press Association.
RE you sure we are ou the right
trail, father?" asked June ilas ilas-kins.
kins. ilas-kins. peering anxiously out of
the covered wagon across
miles of tawny desert relieved only
by straggling clumps of dwarfed sage sagebrush
brush sagebrush and cactus.
"The stranger we passed at the last
water hole directed us this way." an answered
swered answered an old man as he thrust a
white head and a weather beaten face
forward to take a fresh survey of their
surroundings. 'There were so many
trails there I might have made a mis mistake.
take. mistake. This isn't a very well marked
one. but we'd best follow it. I don't
want to turn back." fretfully.
The wagon was old. and the wheels
creaked dismally as the ill matched
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TliUST IN GOD TO HELP CS,
SAID THE GIRL.
jact: raoDit. i ve Drougnt you to tnis.
I've always been a crazy old fool."
"No. no. father." said June, recover recovering
ing recovering herself to cheer the disheartened
old man. "We both thought it was
best to go to the mines, where you are
sure to get work. Never mind. We'll
rest an hour or two; then we'll take
Pecksniff and go on to the mines on
foot. You can ride and 1 11 walk."
We can't ride Pecksniff," returned
the old man as the girl led him back
to the wagon. "He bucks like the
dickens. No. June," in a despairing
tone: "we never can reach the mines
without help. I tell you we are In a
worse fix than you think."
We can trust in God to help us,"
said the girl as she assisted her father
back into the wagon.
Although late in November, the sun
in the cloudless sky shone down upon
the arid sand of the desert with great
force. Blue Hills off to the south loom loomed
ed loomed vaguely in the hazy distance, and a
broad mirage bordered the horizon.
Presently out of the quivering heat
waves a horseman rode toward the
Hello!" he called, reining in his
horse a few feet in front of the wagon.
"You've met with bad luck, I see."
scanning the carcass of old Bob.
At the sound of the horseman's voice
Juno Haskins face went white, then
red. by turns. Her heart began such a
wild beating she could scarcely keep
from crying out. In spre of the six
years since she bad last seen Kenneth
Dolland, in spite of tbe beard and the
costume which had changed his ap
pearance so vastly, she recognized the
man at once. She quickly drew back
within the shadow of the wagon cover
to escape his recognition.
"Yes. bad luck." Haskins repliei in
a hopeless tone As he spoke June
glanced quickly at her father's faoe.
Would be recognize the horseman?
She was in a nervous dread lest he
should. Their situation was deplora deplorable
ble deplorable enough without having to undergo
the renewal of the old family quarrel
out there on the desert. But as her
father gave no sicrn that he remember remembered
ed remembered the man she sank back in the seat
"Where are you bound?" asked Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Dolland.
"To Crawley's mines." answered
"Crawley's mines?" with surprise.
"You're thirty miles out of your way."
"As bad as that?" said the old man.
sighing despondently. "Yftu were
risht. June. We're on the wrong trail."
As Haskins turned to his daughter
with the helplessness of old ag in
trouble the horseman caught a full
view of the girl's face. Their eyes
met. Yith a quick start he cried:
Instantly June's eyes enjoined tiirn
desire to speak
to the woman he loved, the one that
he had wandered hundreds of miles
from the old home to forgot.
"What did you say?" inquired the
old man. looking curiously at the borse-
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team, a jaded, raw boned horse ana a
phu ky little mule, pulled it along over
an almost obliterated trail.
"Poor old liobl" said the girl pity pityingly,
ingly, pityingly, looking at the horse as he pant panted
ed panted and floundered along in the sand,
trying to do his share. "I don't be
lieve he will last to the next water
hole if we are ou the right trail."
"F!c dot's seem nearlv done for." re
turned her father. "The trip's been to silence. With an
f..,. ,irr, i,t i .hh thinV h,.',! Dolland controlled hi?
stai;d it with Pecksniff to get us to the j
A mile farther on they were obliged j
to stop Old Hob had given out June j
the harness, leading the horse to the j man
back of the wagon She was just j
bringing him a basin of water from j
the meager supply in the little keg. ;
which had been filled at the last wa-
tering place, when, with a groan, old j
Bob sank to the ground. In a few j
moments he was dead. j
The girl could not keep back the j
tears as she gazed upon the stiffened j
limbs of Old Bob.
"Well, well!" exclaimed her father,
a quaver in his voice. "Old Bob's a
goner." Then be turned away, rubbing
his hardened hands in nervous bewil bewilderment
derment bewilderment "This is a cheerful situation
for us, June, and Thanksgiving day at
that! Here we are with only Pecksniff
left alone out here in the desert forty
miles from nowhere and scarcely
enough food in the wagon to feed a
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS. Lessees,
First consideration and especial atteation given to small tracts.
"Thut it's fortunate I found you." re- i
turned Dolland. shooting an under-1
standing look from his eyes straight at J
the girl. j
"Yes." agreed Haskins. "we'd be;
mighty grateful for some help just j
now. You see." he went on. waxing j
confidential under the stranger's evi- j
dent sympathetic interest, "when 1 j
came west from Missouri I got a little;
orchard in the hills near tbe Sierra j
Madre mountains. Everything was!
promising, fruit fine, but the mountain
fires swept down on us. burning us outs
of house and home. I know Crawley,
and if I carrreach his mines he'll givej
me work." 1
"Mavbe vou wouldn't obiect to heh
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Willi Hazel Burgess and a Chorus ol Prelly, Charming Girls.
Prices 50 Cents to SI 50. Seats on Sale at Court Pharmacy.
5QCirea11Dire aedl Mis Fammomis
Assisted By 35 Artists
Temple Theater, Tuesday, Dec. 2.
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, SI. Seals on Sale Court Pharmacy Saturday
Lomberto Grand Opera Sextette
Guilia Catalans, Soprano. Sig. Giu-epje Catalano. I5aM.
Signora Annita Ueluco, Soprano. Itomencio Parolini, Tenor.
sinra Teresa Barelli. Contralto. Sig. E. Turci, Baritone.
THE OCA LA. EVEMXG 3TAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913
FIXE EXHIBITS AND
MANY PEOPLE AT THE
MARION COUNTY FAIR
(Continued from Fourth Page)
3Iachinery and Industrial Exhibits
This hall is more than usually in interesting
teresting interesting this year. The Marion
Hardware Co., of course, has the
largest display, taking one-fourth of
the hall. Among the exhibits is an
International feed grinder, an indis indispensable
pensable indispensable .machine for a big farm.
There are two engines, a 4-hp. ker kerosene
osene kerosene and a -xk -hp. gasoline, both
of which have been kept in active
operation. The tine malleable steel
ranges have impressed the visitors
so favorably that several orders
have been booked. A set of alum aluminum
inum aluminum tableware is to be given as a
premium to some fortunate person.
Outside the building, the Marion
Hardware has another big exhibit of
machinery. Frank Wetherbee is in
charge, aided by the other Marion
Hardware boys, all of whom are ex experts
perts experts in machinery and fishing.
The auto display is filled with
two magnificent machines, John
Spencer's Buick and B. F. Condon's
Reo. Both the finest of their class,
and when one looks at them and in inquires
quires inquires the price, he is surprised at
their cheapness. Ask John and
Another big auto, one long in use,
but looking brand new, was an in instance
stance instance of what W. F. McAteer can
do in renovating the machines.
The old, reliable American Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Co. is on hand with its ex exhibit,
hibit, exhibit, most interesting to the farm farmers.
ers. farmers. The Cheek-Xeal Coffee Co. has
a booth, where dainty cups of Max Maxwell
well Maxwell House Blend are handed out
all day, and prove very refreshing.
The German Kali Works has a pro propaganda
paganda propaganda department, the manager
of which, Mr. G. E. Rice, gives val valuable
uable valuable information to all who come
his way. The Snow-Mellow booth is
a favorite stopping place for the
housekeepers, who, if they follow up
the trail, will find it leads to the O.
The Imperial Steam Laundry
picked a winner when it selected
Miss Lucile Park to preside over its
booth. Everybody judged the good
work of the laundry by the good
looks of the young lady, and that is
The Ocala Orpheus, A. M. Lans Lans-ford,
ford, Lans-ford, has his temple of music in the
northeastern corner of the hall, and
people are going in all day to see
and listen to his superb instru instruments.
ments. instruments. One of the most interesting dis displays
plays displays is the Beaver Board booth of
Collier brothers. The Beaver Board
will yet do away with the archaic
and troublesome plaster, and if you
want to build or repair, be sure and
see one of the Colliers.
Hoard of Health Booth
of temperance pin dainty white rib ribbons
bons ribbons on all who come that way.
Further Description "Will Follow
As it is necessary to go to press
at noon today, in order to give the
Star printers a chance to return
thanks that they are no worse off,
further description of the fair must
wait until tomorrow. The reporter
has not had a chance to look at, let
alone write of, the superb stock dis display.
play. display. Following are the awards in the
Barred Plymouth Rocks
Perry Edward 1 cock 1, 2 pullets
Arden Farm 2 cocks 1, 2 pullets.
W. M. Gist 1 cockrel.
Leonard Wesson, 2d cockerel.
White Plymouth Rocks
Hardy Church Croom, 1st cock,
1st 2d hen.
Peter Paul 2 cocks.
Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch, 1st 2d cock cockerel,
erel, cockerel, 1st 2d pullet.
Single Comb R. I. Reds
H. H. Meadows 1 cock, 2 pul pullets.
lets. pullets. Jesse Chapman 2 cocks.
Collier Bros. 1 2 hens.
Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss 1 cockrel,
R. C. R. I Reds
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1 2 cock cockrel,
rel, cockrel, 1 2 pullets.
A. Slott, 1st cock, 1st 2d hen, 1st
cockerel, 1st pullet.
C. E. Hightower 1 cock, 1 2
C. E. Washburn 1 cock, 2 cock cock-rels.
rels. cock-rels. A. Slott 2 cocks, 2 hens.
Mrs. Ida Smith 1 hen.
A. Pittekelke 1 cockrel, 2 pul pullets.
lets. pullets. Howard Bateman 1 pullet.
Annie Mitchell 1 cock, 1 2 hens.
C. C. Burnett 1 cock, 1 2 hens.
Single Comb Brown Leghorns
. R. C. Monroe 1 cock.
Jesse Chapman 2 hens.
R. C. Brown Leghorns
C. E. Hightower 1 cock, 1 2
hens, 2- pullets.
Hubert Bitting 1 cockrel, 1 pul pullet.
let. pullet. White Leghorns
Ivy Poultry Farms 1 2 cocks, 1
2 hens, 1 cockrel, 1 pullet.
C. L. Denton 2 cockrels.
I in ft' Orpingtons
Dr. J. L. Davis, 1st hen; Jas.
E. Brown, 2d hen; W. J. Flinch, 1st
cockerel; Robert Tydings, 1st and
White Cornish Games
Robert Tydings, 1st 2d hen.
Dark Cornish Games
Arden Farms, 1st cock; Hubert
1st 2d old duck; Alfred MacKay, 1st
young drake, 1st young duck.
White Muscovy Ducks
E. C. Bennett, 1st drake, 1st duck.
S. S. Savage, 1st 2d old drake, 1st
2d old duck, 1st 2d young drake, 1st
2d young duck.
Fred Malever, 1st 2d old drake,
1st 2d old duck; J. J. Gist, 1st 2d
Olher Meadows, 1st buck, 1st 2d
Mattie Mitchell, 1st buck, 2d doe;
J. A. Butterfield, 2d buck, 1st doe.
Guinea Pigs (Cavies)
Walter Wishart, best pen.
Best, Poodle Dog Display
O. A. Estes, first; W. M. Poder,
O. A. Estes, best five-legged dog.
Pigeons White Fantails
R. T. Monroe, 1st cock, 1st hen;
Black Fantails, 1st 2d hen; Jacobins,
1st 2d cock, 1st hen; Black Check
Homers', Louis Slott, 1st cock, 1st
Blue Barred Homers
J. A. Butterfield, 1st old cock, 1st
old hen; Geo. Aiken, 1st young cock,
1st young hen.
Geo. Aiken, 1st cock, 2d hen.
Red Check Homers
Geo. Aiken, 1st cock, 2d hen.
Black Iireasted Red Bantams
I K. T. Munroe, 1st za hen.
Roselavm Farm, Lakeland, Fla.,
On account of being out of the
Marion county district, competed for
ribbon awards only, and won as fol follows:
lows: follows: Black Orpingtons 1st cockerel,
1st and 2d pullet, 1 pen.
Silver Wyandottes 1st cock, 1st
and 2nd hen, 1st and 2nd pullet, 1st
Barred Plymouth Rocks 1st and
2d hen, 1st pen.
White Plymouth Rock 1st cock,
1st and 2d hen, 1st pen.
Columbian Plymouth Rocks 1st
cockerel, 1st pullet.
Silver Pencilled Plymouth Rocks
1st cockerel, 1st hen, 1st and 2d
pullet, 1st pen.
Partridge Plymouth Rocks 1st
cock, 1st and 2d hen, 1st and 2d pul pullet,
let, pullet, 1st pen.
Buff Cochin Bantams 1st cock,
1st hen, 1st pullet.
Buff Orpington Ducks 1st-young
drake, 1st young duck, 1st oUX duck.
.Cieilian Buttercups 1st pullet 1st
and 2d hen. .
The State Board of Health head- Bitting, 2d cock, 1st hen; Robert
quarters, in the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Co. building, presided over
by Mrs. Walter Hood, aided by all
the doctors, snould be visited by ev everybody,
erybody, everybody, for it disseminates most
valuable information. Strange to
say, the physicians are doing .their
best to destroy their own means of
livelihood by trying to keep every everybody
body everybody well.
Have a Whole House
Mclver & MacKay, as usual, have
a whole house of their own. Furni Furniture,
ture, Furniture, cooking utensils, farming ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, buggies and carriages, all
of the best, and beautifully arrang arranged,
ed, arranged, attract the interested attention
of all. With large hospitality, the
two wide Macs (wide in body and
brain) have fitted up a handsome
Board, of Trade headquarters, where
Secretary Rooney diffuses geniality
and information to all. Also, the W.
C. T. L. like Noah's dove, has found
therein a resting place, from which
to disseminate their literature, and
where charming young lady apostles
IT ME! ATE
Eight Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
6:30 to 10 p. m.
1 5 and 10 Cents I
Tydings, 2d hen, 1st cockerel; T.
Xeedham, 2d cockerel, 1st pullet.
Geo. Bomolini, 1st cock, J. D.
Robertson, Jr., 1st 2nd hen, 1st
cockerel; Capt. D. H. Baker, 1st 2d
E. F. Moore, 1st cock, 1st hen, 1st
cockerel, 1st pullet.
Collier Bros., 1st cock; Miss An Annie
nie Annie Davis, 2d cock, 1st 2d hen.
H. H. Whitworth, 1st 2d cock, 1st
hen, 1st 2d pullet.
Fred Arnold, 1st 2d cock, 2d pul pullet;
let; pullet; J. C. Sampson, 1st 2d cockerel;
W. F. Goodyear, 1st 2d hen; Dr. J.
L. Davis, 1st pullet.
Japanese Phoenix Fowl
E. F. Moore. 1st cock, 1st hen.
Arden Farms, 1st 2d hen; D. H.
Baker, 1st cock. 1st 2d pullet.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, 2d cock, 1st
i J. M. Loughman, 1st cock, 1st hen.
: White Guineas
j Ben Raysor, 1st cockerel, 1st pul pul-let.
let. pul-let. 1 White Holland Tuikevs
F. Burden; 1st old torn; Ben Ray-
sor, 2d old torn. 1st 2d young torn.
1st 2d young hen, 1st 2d old hen.
Marion Farms, 1st 2d old torn, 1st
2d young torn, 1st 2d old hen, 1st
2d young hen.
Mrs. H. J. Roller, 1st old torn; J.
M. Loughman, 1st young torn. 1st
Marion Farms, 1st 2d young torn.
1st 2d young hen.
Mrs. J. H. Roller, 1st 2d old
gander, 1st 2d old goose.
J. W. Akin, 1st old drake, 1st old
duck. 1st young duck; Petrona
The Southern Express Company's j Lambkins, 1st young drake.
OCALA WILL HAVE A
GliEAT MUSICAL. EVENT
Creature and His Band Will be at
the Temple Tuesday Evening
S,ig. Francesco Creatore and his
renowned Vanda Verdi, assisted by
the Lombero Grand Opera Sextette,
which is now on an extensive trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental tour, will visit Ocala for
one high class concert at the Temple
theater, Tuesday, December 2. The
program is exceedingly inviting and
appeals not only to the cultured
musical student but is particularly
attractive to the general public as
well. Selections from the works of
some of the greatest composers will
be rendered by Creatore and his
band, notably Ponchielli, Schubert,
Liszt Verdi, Beethoven, Rossini,
Grief, Batiste, Schuman. Weber Don Don-nizetii
nizetii Don-nizetii and Michaelis, will each have
some of their famous compositions
performed by this incomparable
band, which under the leadership of
its gifted director promises one of
the biggest musical treats of the
season. Creatore "has just concluded
a forty-four weeks engagement in
Milwaukee, the longest engagement
by several months ever played by
any band in that center of musical
office will be closed all day tomorrow
Mrs. W. A. Konow, 1st old drake,
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ofb pkg S. R. Plain Flour 25c
21b pkg Plain Flour 10c
Sweet Stuffed Mangoes 3c
Sweet Stuffed Cucumbers 5c
Sweet Stuffed Peppers 5c
Try these, they are fine.
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North of Ocala National Rank
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913
Ft v- A yPf'Z rsy&2u ivsrm
By STACY BAKER
OR is love of the city and sea
So strong that they heed not the caU
Of the little brown house and the plea
Of the saga that summons them all
To the board festal board I They may
To the ends of the world, but the way.
Be It ever so far, must lead home
On this day I
Though the fingers that beckon are old.
Yet the one who Is Jousting afield
Must come hurrying back to the fold
' And lay by his lance and his shield
Nor think of the tourney and fray.
Forgetting his penchant to roam.
And offer up thanks for a day
In his home.
! J Automobiles
If you want to prevent trouble with springs.
If you to increase the speed of your car.
If you want to reduce your already low use
If you want to save the deterioration that
must take place in your car from,, heavy shaking
If you realy want to enjoy your Ford and put
it in the class of a high priced car, you can do so
by equipping with a set of '---
J. M. SHOCK ABSORBERS.
If you buy oat seed, be sure to buy
the genuine, Florida raised 90-day
or Rust Proof.
NOTICE, SCHOOL. BUILDING
Sealed bids will be received by J. H.
Brinson, superintendent, on behalf of
the Board of Public Instruction of
Marion countv, Florida, at his office in
Ocala. Florida, until Tuesday, the 10th
day of December at 1- m.. for the con construction
struction construction of a school building for the
said board in Dunnellon. Florida, in
accordance with plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications prepared by K. C. Hosford & Co.,
architects, j-.astman. oa.
will also be received at the same atlon but he refused and reluctant reluctant-and
and reluctant-and place, for the installation of c
: heatins and plumbing: systems 1 tried Bucklin s Arnica halve as a
cium 111 : 1 1 ill ti. 1 1 1 luuiiiuiiis. J t -i'c 1
in said buildinsr in accordance with
plans and specifications prepared by
A copy of the plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications can bs seen at the office of the
superintendent ot puoiic instruction m
le court nouse at waia. r loriaa, ai
Se office of Mr. G. Neville, at the
lank of Dunnellon m JJunneuon. t lor-
I .1 nW T i X.- ...... c.,,
rervismr architect, laKeiana. t ia..
and at the office of the architects E. C. ;
Hosford & Co.. at Eastman. Ga. A
copy Ot tne plans ana pecincai:uns
can be obtained from the said archi architects
tects architects at Eastman. Ga., on receipt of a
deposit of $15.00 to guarantee their
safe return to the architects on or be before
fore before the date of receiving bids.
Rv order of the Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction of Marion County. Florida,
this 4th day of November. 1913.
J. H. Brinson.
Secretary of the Board of Public
ll-7-5t wkly e o d tf
liKlli- me o-irds to the bird at the
To the wondrous array of the best.
Do they tell of the pilgrim come east?
Do they tell of the pilgrim come west?
With the wanderlust in him to roam.
But who hears and who hears to obey
The call of his heart crying. "Home
On this day!"
Though for gormands and gluttons they
All the troubadours best In our land.
I shall strive In my verses to bring
A. rouse to the wandering band
Who ease in their dash for the bay
And come from the lands they would
To thrill to the lure of the day
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
j Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in
j Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Vis-;
; Vis-; itors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
SAVED HIS FOOT
II. D. Ely. of Bantam, O., suffered
from horrible ulcer on his foot for
four years. Doctors advised ampu
; last resort.
He then wrote: "I used
i your salve and my foot was soon
completely cured." Best remedy for
burns, cuts, bruises and eczema. Get
a box today. Only 25 cents. All
druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklin
& Co., Philadelphia; St. Lauis. Ad
Ladies' you should see our line of
stationer- and box papers. None bet better
ter better In the country. Tydings : Com Company.
pany. Company. 11-14-tf
We cater to the trade of those
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J 'S) 1C13, by American Press Association.
i TTOU may rave, if you will, about tur-
m. kc'' ar-J dressing,
! You may worship it still as an edible
But tor me mashed potatoes, all creamy
A cut of roast beef and a lot of brown
Give me beef, 1 repeat, and my Thanks Thanksgiving's
giving's Thanksgiving's merry.
Ai3. with never a taunt from the saucy
1 will eat with a relish to cause admira admiration.
tion. admiration. Never thinking at all of the "bird of the
! I suppose many people will say It la trea
To renounce the great fowl of the holiday
But the Juicy roast beef, I would have
Is as good In July as it is in November.
It's an all the time friend, t.nd the one?
who stick to it
Will never have cause to regret or tojities of the kidneys and
While the wisdom of feasting on turkey 1
Since it often la known to produce indi indigestion.
gestion. indigestion. So I'll pass the proud turkey with all my
And will choose for myself such delecta delectable
ble delectable dishes
As the good old reliable bean of the navy.
A cut of roast beef and a lot of brown
BEECHEFTS CONCEPTION OF
THE THANKSGIVING FEAST.
While many able writers and orators
have given expression to their concep conception
tion conception of Thanksgiving, none perhaps
ever more beautifully defined the
meaning of the day than Henry Ward
Beecber. Said he:
4 "Thanksgiving day is the one
national festival which turns on
home life. It is not a day of ec ec-clesiastical
clesiastical ec-clesiastical saints. It is not a na na-4
4 na-4 tional anniversary. It Is not a day
celebrating a religious event. It
is a day of nature. It is a day
of thanksgiving for the year's
history. And it must pivot on
the household. It is the one great
festival of our American life
that pivots on the household. A
typical Thanksgiving dinner rep represents
resents represents everything that has
grown in all the summer fit to
make glad the heart of man. It
is not a riotous feast. It is a
table piled high among the group
of rollicking young and old with
the treasures of the growing
year, accepted with rejoicings
and interchange of many fes festivities
tivities festivities as a token of gratitude
to Almighty God.
"Remember God's bounty in
the year. String the pearls of
his favor. Hide the dark parts
except so far as they are break breaking
ing breaking out in light. Give this one
dav to thanks, to joy. to grati
'V 'V "! -V 'I -t' 'V
I THANKSGIVING NOVELTIES $
4 .ItIllI,,IIII:tI;I,rIl ,v,x
Vegetable decorations are the feature
of many Thanksgiving parties, espe especially
cially especially in the country. The turkey Is
decorated with strings of cranberries,
tiny sausages and small yellow onions.
A large flat, round basket filled with
yellow toned vegetables serves as a
The appetizer consists of anchovies
curled in a ring of carrot resting on a
small lettuce leaf. With the vegetable
salad small carrots molded of soft
yellow cheese are served with a sprig
of parsley in the end. The dessert is a
garden basket made of spun sugar
filled with ice cream vegetables witi.
their natural color and markings.
Thanksgiving Day In Japan.
The Japanese Thanksgiving, which
is called the Kan-name Matsuri. or
"Festival of Divine Tasting." comes
immediately after the rice crop is
gathered The streets blossom with
lanterns and flags, and the first rice of
the garnered crop is solemnly offered
to the gods by the emperor in the pal-ai-e
chapel and by the priests at every
Shinto shrine. After the ceremonies
are concluded there is feasting.
How the Hollander Celebrates.
Th Dutch used to celebrate their
Thankscnvin by eating a sort of
Spanish hodgep dge of stewed meat
and vegetables in commemoration of
their deliverance from Spain. In re recent
cent recent years, however, the custom has
'ioe:i n the wane
FACTS AND PHOTOS
j His Railroad Cnipany Appreciates
i the Booklet
j Secretary Rooney of the Marion
i County Board of Trade has received!
UtTe following from Mr. E. M. North J
; assistant general passenger agent of
I the Atlantic Coast Line: j
j Dear Sir: I am today sending j
: Mr. W. J. Craig, our passenger traf- ;
fic manager, copy of "Facts and
j Fhotos," which you presented me on
i Wednesday. I want to congratulate
'you on the splendid work j-ou have!
done in issuing this publication.
I would appreciate it very much,
jif you would deliver a good supply
;of these books to our agent 'at
jOcala, who will forward same to me,
1 under check. We can use them to
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Western offices, in the solicitation of
Yours truly, E. M. North,
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The nobbiest line of correspond correspondence
ence correspondence stationery in the city has just
been put on display. Come in and
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make-up. The Court Pharmacy. 11-tf
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular-
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
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states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St.,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
The turpentine still at Tooke Lake
of the Horne Naval Stores Co., of
which our fellow townsman, Mr. S.
L. Petteway, is heavily interested,
burned Thursday evening of last
week. The cause of the fire is un unknown.
known. unknown. The loss amounted to about
$2,500. Mr. Petteway states that
his firm will rebuild. Brooksville
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
Our Tulip Linen pound paper with
envelopes to match is unexcelled and
one trial will convince you. Sold in
Ocala only at Gerig's Drug Stores, tf
So if you haven't yet
attended, be sure to
do so at once. The
values we are offering
need only to be seen
to be appreciated.
G. C. SHEPHARD,
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SALE Pair large young
mules, three and four years old; well
broken: weight 1200 to 1250; just
from Kansas. E. C. Albertson, South
Lake Weir, Fla. ll-23-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT Three desir desirable
able desirable connecting rooms for light
housekeeping; also one or two large
furnished rooms; in best neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Apply to Mrs. S. S. Savage,
Sr., 746 Wyomina St. ll-22-6t
WANTED At the Star office,
clean cotton rags. dh
FOR RENT Three nicely "fur "furnished
nished "furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; bath, and lights. P. A. Durand,
614 E. Adams St. 10-31-tf
LOST Key ring on belt clasp
with four or five keys. A suitable
reward will be given for its return
to this office. ll-22-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT One or more
rooms furnished for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping or unfurnished; good loca location;
tion; location; all conveniences; close to the
square. Address, D, care of Star of office.
fice. office. 11-10-tf
FOR SALE Three room house
and seven acres of land for sale on
gulf coast near Port Inglis $325.
P. A-.Durand, Ocala, Fla. ll-14-12t
WANTED Refined young lady
would like light housekeeping room
with private family and the privil privilege
ege privilege of practicing on a piano. Ad Address
dress Address Box 149, city. 11-18-tf
LOST From the school grounds,
a little girl's coat, black and white
striped; Balkan style. Suitable re reward
ward reward will be given for its return to
Mrs. L. Home. ll-20-6t
LOST Gold bar pin with the in initials
itials initials E. H. R. engraved on same. A
liberal reward for its return to Mrs.
Etta Robinson. 3-21-6t
RESIDENCE FOR RENT A seven-room
residence, all modern im improvements,
provements, improvements, close in; possession No November
vember November 4 th. Apply to Geo. J. Blitch,
at Commercial Bank. 10-31-tJ
A REAL BARGAIN A 28-acre
farm with splendid house and all
necessary outbuildings, barn, etc.,
good well, six miles from Ocala on
hard road. This is worth investiga
tion by anyone interested. Address
H. D., care Star, Ocala. 10-31-lm
FOR SALE Two passenger auto
mobile. Fully equipped and in good
condition. Will be sold reasonable
Address, "Auto," care Star office. tf
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, across from
the primary school building. Applj
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf
FOR RENT Lower floor of Col
lier building; fireproof with cement
floor; also furnished rooms; all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. One block from
the square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf
COTTAGES FOR RENT For col colored
ored colored people; conveniently located Id
desirable part of town; all new; $6
and $8 per month. Apply to "W
care Star. 10-15-tl
FOR RENT Two or three fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping
Apply this office of 820 South Third
FOR SALE 20 tons extra quality
neavine hay. baled. W. E. Whit-
worth, box 287, Ocala, Fla. 11-20-8
The Florida raised South Carolina
Rust Proof Oats are certain to make
a good crop. On sale at the Ocala
Seed Store at $1 per bushel. The
regular Texas Rust Proof Oats at
S5c. per bushel.
Switches, curls and transforma
tions from your own combings made
by the Ocala Beauty Parlor on short
notice. Miss N. V. Lambert, man
ager. 11-1 1-tf
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judse Circuit Court W. S. Bui
District Attorney E. W. Davis
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent
Sheriff J. P. Galloway. Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-hael,
hael, Carmi-hael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-eld;
eld; Summer-eld; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
-.Vatkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-nan,
nan, Luff-nan, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction -J. 71.
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala; B.
I. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
Mdver & MaeSay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALNERS-
Fiae Caskels and Darial Robes.
i). E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERT
111 Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
J. E. McIViR. .....104
C. V. ROBERTS. 305
Undertaking Office..;........ 47
Tennessee Style in Shocks
Fresh Country Eggs,
j Sanitary Dairy :
Corner Fort' King Avenue
and Magnolia Street.
'Basement of Burnett Building) J
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Our courses include Shorthand
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Rates are one dollar per week In
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text books, note paper. Ink, pencils.
etc. Studenets are not charged for
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Call on or write,
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Room No. 1, Merchant's Block,
Hours: 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.
235 or 38S
when you want a
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X W. Mam,
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46
Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
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Are you looking for
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If so, you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
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THE OCALA EVKXIXG STAR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913
f P. D. ODELL
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
117 X. SAXCHEZ STREET.
P. O. BOX. XO. 438.
OCA LA FLORIDA.
A. M. BOBBITT
XEW AXD SECOND HAND
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc.
310 SMsin Street. Cczte, Ha.
Livery and Feed
Successor to Tompkins &
Cobb, Livery Department.
Cor. Magnolia and Ft. King
I Wood! Wood!
Oak or Pine,
Prompt delivery any-
2 where in the city.
Ocala Wood Yard,
; MOSES & NASSER,
Cor. Magnolia & Jefferson Sts.
FKESH CAKE JUICE
25c per gallon.
Now is the Time
To have your home brightened up.
Interior Decorating including Kalso Kalso-mining,
mining, Kalso-mining, Tinting, "Papering and Paint Painting
ing Painting Neatly and Cheaply Done.
Wall Paper in all Grades from 10c
a Roll Up
Work fully guaranteed; estimates
Call Phone 285
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and bittoi
work for the money than any othe'
contractor in the city.
The Joy Of
A Won Jerfcl Remedy That is a Natural
Aid and Relieves the Tension,
l!:'I-.crr. Trlond, a famous external rera rera-ij,
ij, rera-ij, 13 the only cue known that is able to
xcici nil t!ic different narts involved. It
I H HI tit iTT.. r n.X"' -s
Is a pece-atlus arpiicaticn afier the for
mula ci a'cotca ianuiy doctor, ana lucn lucn-cates
cates lucn-cates every muscle, nerve, tissue or tendon
affected. It goes directly to the strained
portions and gently but surely relieves all
tendency to soreness or strain.
By its daily use there will be jio pain, no
distress, no nausea, no danger of laceration
or otter accident, and the period will be one
of supreme comfort and joyful anticipation.
To r.U young women Mother's Friend i3
one of the greatest of all helpful influences,
for it robs childbirth of all its agonies and
dangfrs, disrls all the doubt and dread,
all sense of fear, aiid thus enables the mind
end body to await the greatest event in a
v oman's" ILf? with untranmieled gladness.
Mother's Friend is a most cherished
jcaciy fn tL.or.sr.uds cf homes, and is cf
f-ich -vrr liar merit rmd value as to make it
essentially one to bo recommended by all
You will find it cn sal? at all druT stores
at ?1.00 a Lcttle, or the drusrpist v. i:i srl-vl'y
it for you if you irsist upon it. Moth Mother's
er's Mother's Friend is prepared only by t1-? F.rad F.rad-Ce:d
Ce:d F.rad-Ce:d H'-cVilator Co.. 1"7 Lamar Eli.::.. At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Ga.. who will send you bv mail,
eal"1. a verv Instructive r-vok to expectant
mothers. Writs f-r it to-day.
Mi MM 1 m
Out On The Desert
(Continued from Fifth Page)
mg me. saia trie young man. i nave
a good little mine in Blue mils,
about five miles from here. I am at
present alone except my cook. Ching
Lee. I have tents and plenty of food
and water. If you're vrilfing I'll hitch
my horse alongside that pugnacious
fellow." indicating Pecksniff, who was
showing some hostile demonstrations
toward the stransre horse, "and drive
you over there. You will he my
Thanksgiving guests." he added, with
a smile, "and if you don't like Blue
"WHAT DOES THIS MEAN ?" HE DEMANDED
Hills after you've rested a day or two
we'll see about your petting over to
the Crawley mines."
Years a?o the Haskinses and the Dol Dol-lands
lands Dol-lands had lived on adjoining farms in
Missouri. In spite of a bitter quarrel
that existed between the heads of the
family. Kenueth and June loved each
other. When Haskins had discovered
the attachment lie had angrily dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed the young man. sold out and left
the country. Unable to trace the
movements of Haskins and finally
despairing of ever finding June. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth had buried himself in prospect prospecting
ing prospecting for gold in the far west.
After weary days of wandering over
dusty, half obliterated trails, whore
the bleached skeletons of ill fated ani animals
mals animals hinted many a terrible tale of
suffering, the tired old man and his
faithful daughter found Rlue Hills ac
Obeying the directions of his em employer,
ployer, employer, Ching Lee was soon busy in
the shed kitchen preparing dinner for
"We'll eat our Thanksgiving meal
together under the trees," announced
Kenneth, his eyes flashing with joy
as lie watched June's deft fingers ar arranging
ranging arranging a tablecloth of paper napkins.
Certain details of the feast the girl had
insisted on taking out of Ching Lee's
Looking up from her self appointed
task. June encountered Kenneth's gaze
yearning, appealing. They were
alone, sheltered by the tree, ner fa father
ther father was behind the big tent inspect inspecting
ing inspecting an ore dump. Ching Lee saw only
his appetizing roast, which be waa
basting. As Kenneth opened his arms
she did not resist him.
"My June! At last I find you!" was
the cry of the man's peutup heart.
Just as their lips met the old man's
voice demanded harshly:
"What does this mean?" He stood
before the trapped lovers, his face full
of anger. Kenneth had removed his
hat. and as he faced Haskins the lat latter
ter latter went on: "So you are Ken Dolland,
eh? I know you now. You decoy ed
me here just to get June In your pow power
er power again. But I defy you. Come.
June!" And. jerking her rudely from
Kenneth's side, he drew her toward
"Where are you going?" asked Dol Dolland.
land. Dolland. "Back on the desert." retorted lias
kins "We'll starve out there before
I'll accept favors from you."
The old man was slinking with min mingled
gled mingled fatigue and anger, but slowly
dragging June, white and speechless,
toward the desert. Kenneth followed
"You have no right to drag June into
suffering if you will go yourself." Hol Holland
land Holland said in firm tones. "Listen here!
I have a good claim, and I can take
good care of you and June. Where's
the sense of nursing that old feud? I
never harmed yon. and I'll be a son to
you if you'll let me. I've found June
after you've kept her hidden from me
all these years, and I Intend to keep
her now. with or without you. just as
June was clinging to her father, sob sobbing.
bing. sobbing. Haskins gave a long look across
the desert: then his eyes rested ten tenderly
derly tenderly upon the girl's ltnwel bond
After a pause he looked back at the
stalwart voting man determinedly f:l
lowing them. Suddenly the anger left
his face, and he moved toward Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth "I've been an old fool. Ken." he said,
"but I won't stand between you and
.Tune any longer. It isn't any use to
fight love and Providence."
Handsome chafing dishes at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings &. Cos. drug store. 11-14-tf
OCA LA LODGE XO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 2 86, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mens
the second and fourth Tuesday even-
iings in each month. Visiting breth
ren a' ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad-
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney make3 oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney &: Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will oay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS for each and every case of ca catarrh
tarrh catarrh that cannot be cur 2d by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1SS6.
(Seal) A. W. Cleason,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally and acts directly upon te
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
CHAPTER NO. 13, IS. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month ai
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. ac
NEARLY EVERY CHILD
Paleness, at times a flushed face,
unnatural hunger, picking the nose,
great thirst, etc., are indications of
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is a
thorough medicine for the removal
of all kinds of worms from children
and adults. Kickapoo Worm Killer,
in pleasant candy form, aids diges digestion,
tion, digestion, tones the system, overcomes
constipation and increases the action
of the liver. Is perfectly safe for
even the most delicate children.
Kickapoo Worm Killer makes child children
ren children happy and healthy. 25 cents.
Guaranteed. Try it. Drug stores,
or by mail. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Company, Philadelphia or St.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. J. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
MARION-DUNN 3IASONIC LODGE
! Mnrinr.-TJnnn T.nflsrp "NTd If). F. &
A. M. meets on the first and thirci
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:o0 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
Oat seed from other states are un uncertain
certain uncertain in Florida. 11-21-tf
Give some reasons why an account
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Establish your credit;
Encourage the saving habit;
Give feeling of independence;
Assure absolute safety
Give guarantee against financial an annoyance;
noyance; annoyance; Put you in position to take advan
tage of business opportunities.
The Metropolitan Go.
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land:
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
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The Famous "Loop-the-Loop," a death-defying
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WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
Tonga's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
v.elcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
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A cough that bothers you contin
ually is one of the danger signals
which warns you of consumption.
Dr. King's New Discovery stops the
cough, loosens the chest, banishes
fever and lets you sleep peacefully.
The first dose checks the smyptoms
and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F.
Mertz, of Glen Ellyn, Iojva, writes:
"Dr. King's New Discovery cured a
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tering doc-tering failed to help." Try it, as it
will do the same for you. Best
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throat and lung troubles. Money
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$1. All druggists, by mail, H. E.
Bucklin & Co.. Philadelphia or SL
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewej-, propria-j
Ail of the choice brands of 5-cent i
C. H. S. our leader, 6 for 25
cents. Tydings & Co.
The Ocala Seed Store has the gen- j
uine 00 day oats at 5 1 per bushel;
the Georgia or Tennessee 90 day oats j
at S3c. per bushel. 11-21-tf
Of nankrupt Auction Sale
The undersigned. J. M. Thomas, as
trustee in bankruptcy of the estate of
E. P. Rentz and K. P. Rentz & Sons,
hereby gives notice that pursuant to
an order made on the 15th day of No November.
vember. November. A. D. 1913. by the Hon. Chas.
5 Adams, referee in bankruptcy in the
matter of K. P. Rentz and K. P. Rentz
6 Sons, bankrupt?, pending in the
I'nited States District Court for the
Southern District of Florida, he will
Friday, the 3th Day of December,
1913, at 10 O'Clock A. 31.
at the sales tables of H. J. Xichols on
Uroadway street in the city of Ocala,
Marion county, Florida, offer for sale
and sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, forty-four 44) mules, with
carts, harness and equipment, or so
much thereof as may remain unsold at
that time. Said mules may be inspect inspected
ed inspected at the stables of Tompkins & Cobb
and at the stables of H. J. Nichols in
Ocala. Florida, and may be purchased
at private sale from the undersigned,
all sales hereunder to be subject to
confirmation of the court.
J. M. THOMAS.
Trustee in Bankruptcy of E. P. Rentz
and K. P. Rentz & Sons. Bank Bankrupts.
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