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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Full Text
VOL 20.
OCALA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1913
NO. 165

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ft WELL PLEASE!

WITH 1L

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kille 1 by an Atlantic Coast
eight train at Buchanan. a;C'it
milts .south of here. last
The hoy had been at the de-

iematic Pin

hi- father.
Ja;k- E i lie.

train.

MUST C I DOWN

i:t:i!klv t.x many okaxgks rolm. Afri)SS With Votes
4

Women. Say Kqual Suffrage
Advocates

for

;SId in Pitt-b:iri at a Cent Apiece to I
Keep Them rom Spoiling j

Pittsburg. Dec.

-The hi2h cos:

Washington, Dec. 3. Notice has

His Well Summed Up Sentiment -l!rou:lit
Applause from Both
Senate and Houe
Washington, Dec. 3. President

Wilson read his first annual message; of living was given something of a "een served on the democratic party
to Congress yesterday at a joint ses-!jI: here e&rI" yesterday when com-j that it mast either amend the con con-session
session con-session of both branches at 1 o'clock ; mission merchants in the produce ; ,;:tution of the Unilea States to
in the House chamber. The message. I yards completed the sale of twenty- j grant the ballot to all women or lose
ammsr thp hripfpt of documents of five carloads of Florida oranges at.
among tne oneiest oi Qocumeuib L, 'the support of the women who have
its kind from any president, being;90 cents a crate- about one cen for i , w f .
about 3,000 words, required less leach or the 1 .500.000 oranges in the ; already obtained franchise in the
than thirty minutes for reading, thoshiPment- The 'ards were fairly ; states in which they live. This ulti ulti-tratprl
tratprl ulti-tratprl unnn a variptv of sublets. choked with fruit and it was neces-! R;atum came from the National Am-

erican Woman Suffrage Association,
which is now holding its annual

convention here.
Miss Alice Paul, chairman of the

congregational committee of the as as-I
I as-I scciation and who is leading the
j fight for an immediate constitutional
' amendment, asserts that the women

sary to dispose of the oranges to pre- j

vent them from spoiling. I
In the same market and at the
same time the first Florida straw-j

75 cents a :

Galleries packed with a brilliant
company of officials and their fam families
ilies families greeted the president, however,
when the joint session got down to

business. All present rose to their j berries were selling at
feet and a deafening applause swept j fluart-

the chamber as Mr. Wilson took his,
place behind the desk and began to!
real rt 1:08 o'clock. The president!

read easily and clearly in his usual' Cotton Plant, Dec. 2. Sowing j have already gained so much strength
pleasing voice, which carried his0?ts is tne occupation of our farm-j that they need not any longer appeal

examinations for these oiaces in Jan

ua ry.
The secretary. Mr. Sparkman. wi

interview the progressive democrats
and encourage them to take the ex examinations.
aminations. examinations. Governor Trammell of Florida, is
expected to return to Washington in
two weeks to continue his confer conference
ence conference at the department of justice.
These conferences are supposed to
relate to the Everglades indictments.

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WITH

ALL LIP
THE USURP

CANDLER

Candler. Dec. 2. Raymond Allen
one of Libby's baseball enthusiasts,
is visiting his grand father, Capt.'
DeLong, and aunt, Mrs. John Math

ews.

Mr. Abbotte Parramore and Miss
; Lois Massey were visitors to Ocala
ilast Thursday and visited the fair.

It was much to be regretted that

.Mr. G. P. Kast, wno had a very
creditable exhibit of grape-juice,
pickled meat, strawberries and hay.

1 that they all were put in the Sumter
'countv exhibit; therefore Mr. Rast
Cnly a Miracle Can Save Government j did nQl get a premium on any o tne
of Huerta from Its i above articles. His grape-juice was
Enemies j very fine.
i Mr. S. Dickerson, of Jacksonville,
Mexico City, Dec. 3. Battered byja traveling salesman, was a guest at
heavy reverses during the past 4S j the Carleton House last Tuesdav.
hours, the Mexican government has j A box gocial at the home Q't Mr
reached a condition whereby it can j and Mrs Q H Parker given undr
live but a short time. No one doubts jthe auspices of the Woman's Club.

that General Huerta realizes that it. i

was a very pleasant affair, and quite

1-. ii t i a.

is auuui an up iiu mm ami mai ue a nir S11TVI of mnI1()T tai.pn

The club meets with Mrs. Lewis Ben Benson
son Benson next week.

COTTON PLANT

Mr. Phil. Fort displayed his skill- must sooner or later -vield the Pres-j

ed marksmanship Friday morning
by returning from a few hours' hunt
bearing as his trophy a huge turkey
gobbler.
Rev. and Mrs. Murray arrived last
week from Pennsylvania, and are

laency

Following close upon the news
that the federal defenders at Chihua Chihuahua
hua Chihuahua City had fled before the ap

proach of General Francisco Villa's;

army, word was received here that

domiciled for the winter in Dr. Rus- x JA Ui l"c y""

kin's residence.

The W. C. T

the rebels after sharp fighting. This
Cuts off the oil supply from Mexico.
With practically all of northern

, ports in Mexico, and the key to the

i- v, o mooti, ir, rich oil fields, had been captured by

words to the doors of the chamber. jers tnese days.

the right to vote, they should

The solemn quiet which attended! The weather continues warm now demand the right.

the president's reading was broken .1"2111 ls E&ded.

by general applause when he read! Mrs- J- -M- Earco returned Satur- MIDWINTER FESTIVAL AT MIAMI
his views on the Mexican situation !a-v froni Asheville and Atlanta where
in the emphatic words "There canifche spent the summer. She is spend-, On Account of Street Work is Put

the school house last Tuesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. Geo. Radford, from near Live
Oak, is visiting his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Flemming.
Mrs. Rexwinkle and two sons,
James and Donald, are visiting Mrs.

Rexwinkle's uncles, Capt. DeLong,

!

Mexico now controlled by the rebels ;

and the constitutionalists holding
two seaports and sweeping nebel
victories in the south, Mexico City
will be menaced by armies approach-

Mrs. J. H. Pegram was a visitor to
Ocala last Friday.
The Orange Springs baseball team
went down to Fort McCoy for a game
Thanksgiving. Our boys lost out
this time, but hope to win again.
M. C. Jordan, Donald Moore, K. O.
Massey, Cyrus Livingston and Albert
Vause attended the game.
Mr. Alvah M. Pember of Nebraska,
is a visitor at the Springs.
Mr. R. M. Overend was a guest of
the Carleton House several days of
last week.
Mrs. Mary Creighton and Mrs. G.

R. Rast were dinner guests of Mrs.

be no certain prospects of peace in!inS a tew aas on sunny slope rarnij
America until General Huerta hasbt-ore returning to her home at j
surrendered his usurped authority j Clearwater. She has as her guest;
in Mexico." while here. Mrs. M. Niblack, of Dun-
As the president concluded his ne"on ne"on-references
references ne"on-references to Mexico and announced! Carrie Barco spent several
that the United States would adhere : ,Invs ,A'ith Mrs- Reynolds in Ocala

Off for Twelve Months

Miami, Dec.

-At the monthly

and .Mr. Isaac DeLonsr. before going ius in every direction. Foreign Julia Pegrara Thanksgiving

Mrs i parsnips at any moment may estao-j Mr anJ Mrs D. Knox and daugh daugh-;lish
;lish daugh-;lish a blockade. General Huerta's ter visited Qcala Fridav.

I Tqm Pritchett came in from In. easury is practically empty and; Rev. p w Peck filled his resuiar

to housekeeping in one of

! Clark's suites of rooms.

mutiny is threatened by his soldiers

appointment here Sunday and deliv-

Ipst night it was decided to postpone
the Miami winter festival scheduled
for January 5. for one year. Miami

has jut commence 1 the work of
tf-aring up her street paving to put

i spent the day in attendance at the at n:any li3Ces bause they are UE-;ereI a beautiful Thanksgiving ser-

Marion Countj Fair, and the remain-

der of the week in visiting

, folks and friends.

able to get their pay. His entire

mon .Officers and teachers were

home army is in a hal shape and raay goi elected in the Sunday school for an

, to pieces at any time.

Huerta is

other year. Mr. H. O. Parker was

to "its waiting policy," the applause'0"

...oe i Mrs. L. C. Bell and children re-

. . 'down better navins and it wns tnnnd

f onnionc uiiaei to tneir nome sunaay alter-

that it would be impossible to have have-the
the have-the streets in condition for th fes-

Ihe vounir neonle eniovel a dance makins deslerate efforts to b:)rrow elected superintendent. Miss Mattie

at. Capt. DeLong's Saturday evening. funds in order to carry on the af" Carleton secretary and treasurer.

neon.
Mrs.

W.

H. Veal and little son.
Sunday afternoon for

Another outburst of applause
greeted the president's declaration

that the Sherman anti-trust law:

should be strengthened. More ap- .Jack, le:t
plause greeted the declaration in C;earwater

favor of the direct nomination of
jiresidential candidates. Nearly ev every
ery every sentence of his comment on that
subject was punctured by hand
clapping. Secretary Bryan in the

diplomatic gallery smiled broadly. !-Irs. Veal's sister in Ocala.
In still another burst of applause Mrs. Mary Smith, of Martel. spent
the president finished reading at tle week end here, the guests of Mr.
1:35 o'clock, the joint session dis- anJ Mrs. C. R. Veal,
solved and the president returned to' -Mi-S Florence Cooke, our efficient
the White House. ; school teacher, spent the Thanksgiv-
. 1 ing vacation at her home, returning
BOY KILLED AT BUCHANAN Sunday afternoon to her school dut-
jies.

rs. A. W. Woo l war 1

called Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Elwood Johnson, at Leroy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Veal and
children spent Thanksgiving with

tival any time near fhe date former former-v
v former-v agreed on. It. was al-o foan i im impossible
possible impossible to g?t the course ready for
the boat rare.-'. an important cvU of
the festival.

The baseball team played the
first game Saturday afternoon on the j
new park, west of the Wright place, j
when an enthusiastic game was play- j
ed with the Oklawaha team. For j

fairs of his government

ORANGE SPRINGS

Mr. V.'. L. Garrett, formerly of
I Hong Kong, China, recently of Mex
I ico City, we are glad to report, has
'decided to reside permanently in
-Miss Ccala.

PROGRESSIVE POSTMASTERS

Will he Put

Orange Springs, Dec.

av.hile the score stood one to four in Ilattie Carlton spent last week in'
favor of the Oklawaha team, but the Ocala, the guest of her sister, Mrs. ; NOilCE
home boys kept up their record for E. M. Ervine. j 1913 state and county tax books
good playing and steadily gained.! Mr. J. E. Wells, salesman for a are now open. Two per cent off for
At the conclusion of the game. Okla- j wholesale house in Jacksonville, was November payments and one per cent

O!!ieo if Claude

waha w;

IEnle's Plan Works

Zolfo, Fla., Dec. 3. The fourteen-

declared the winner by

one score. There were sevral sensa sensa-i
i sensa-i ticnal plays, but Oklawaha won thru

t
Washington, Dec. 3. Repre-enta- error. Oklawaha was well repre repre-tive
tive repre-tive L'Engle is adopting a unique sented among the spectators,
plan of securing progressive demo-; The W. C. T. U. gave a very in in-crats
crats in-crats for fourth class postmasters. teresting program Sunday morning,
He is sending his secretary to Flor- in the Presbyterian church. Mrs.
ida to visit one hundred towns where McClain's address was particularly
there are fourth class postoffices for good. The music by Mrs. Clark and

year-old son of W. L. Folk, a promi-1 Large alligator bags and traveling the purpose of seeing that progres- Mrs. Drever, was also worthy of

nent turpentine operator, was in- dressing sets at Tydings.

11-14-tf she democrats take the civil service special mention.

registered at the Carleton House eff for December payments. Come
Wednesday. early and avoid the rush, being sure
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pedrick, Mr. ;to bring a correct description of
C. L. Minderman and Mr. E. Kohn, your property with you. 11-5-tf

were Thursday visitors to the fair, j
The party went down in Mr. Ped-;
rick's car. j
Messrs. Frank and Walter Doug-1
lass of Gainesville, were guests of j
the Carleton House Saturdav. j

W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

UAT SEED

The Ocala Seed Store has the gen genuine
uine genuine 90 day oats at $1 per bushel;

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wimberly, Mr. ; the Georgia or Tennessee 90 day oats
G. P. Rast and son, Mr. C. J, Rast, at 85c. per bushel. 11-21-tr

THE NUT CLUB

Our Waiters Are the Get-Rich-Quick Kids.

By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright. 1913, Western Newspaper Union.)

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Quality for quality and price for price. You can certainly buy to better advantage at
B. Goldman's than elsewhere. Not only will you find prices much to your liking, but there's an
unmistakable excellence of quality and style that foretells the lucky recipient's appreciation.
Cuff Buttons, Scarf Plus?, Breech Fins frcm 50c to $5.
Solid Gold and Genuine Diamond Rings from $5 to $200.
Our Watcr.es are well worth considering. Look them ever and compare our prices with others.
We also have a fewr unredeemed Pledges of every description.

"Winy Pay More?" IB. Gofldlrtnisiini.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

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Masons meet tomorrow night
.Moose meet tomorrow evening.
Youn:
Men's Democratic Club
meets Friday night.
An elegant line of all kinds of cut
glass at Tydings & Co. 11-14-tf
Ask to see Beck's Talcum Powder
three odors. None better put up.
The Court Pharmacy. 11-19-tf
Mr. Ray Bullock Jr. has gone to
Tampa, to fill a position with the
Southern Express Co. in that city.
The best line of hair brushes and
combs in the city. Tyding3 & Com Company's
pany's Company's drugstore. 11-14-tf
The county judge has issued Si
marriage licenser for Timothy M.
Lewis and MissRosa A. Winmill,
young couple of Kendrick.
The (JrairTieauty Parlor at Miss
Affleck's is growing in popularity
every day under the management of
Miss X. V. Lambert. 11-11-tf
That mail clerk on the Lakeland
Telegram is getting in his deadly
work again. Haven't seen his. sheet
since Friday.
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
There will be a most interesting
case in the recorder's court tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning. Reserved seats are
already all taken.
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
Mr. Troy Hall came up from Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood Tuesday afternoon, to see his
father, Major Tom Hall, and to hear
Creatore's band.
Switches, curls and transforma transformations
tions transformations from your own combings made
by the Ocala Beauty Parlor on short
notice. Miss N. V. Lambert, man manager.
ager. manager. 11-11-tf
A. B. Sansom, the well known
sign artist ,has again taken charge
of the sign department for the Dodge
Sign Company. 1 2-1-3 1
The Murray Company will soon
have all its new fixtures in place,
and then it will have one of the nic nicest
est nicest and best kept stores in its line in
the state.
FOR SALE Violin complete with
case, instruction book and tune
pipes. The whole outfit just right
for beginners. Will sell for $7.50.
Address F. B., Star office. 12-3-6t
FOR SALE A 25-barrel still
complete with pump, vat, glue ket kettle,
tle, kettle, and steam pump complete. Also
five crops galvanized McCoy cups.
All for quick sale. For further in information
formation information apply to Sisal Hemp &
Development Co., St. James, Fla.
12-3-tf
: DO
Yoe
I Meow
Up-to-the-minute Men's
Wearing apparel when
you see it? If you do,
you are
want to
on our
Shirts,
the man we
pass judgment
line of Fancy
Hats, Shoes,
Neckwear, Underwear,
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.
I EG. Rivers!
Harrington Hall
Corner

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CITV COUNCIL

i
Mr. J. W. Smith of Center Hill
was brought to the Marion County
Hospital yesterday, to undergo an
operation for appendicitis. He was
accompanied by his brother, Mr. T.
W. Smith, and Dr. H. S. Cherry.
Special buffet luncheon 50 cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
to eat. 11-11-tf
Mr. Robert Sanders of Dunnellon
was in town Tuesday and said the
Phosphate City was going right
ahead with better streets and other
improvements. Mr. banders is a
ways a good booster for his city
3ir. i nomas h. Hams rettfnea
home this morning from Dulutb an
other points in tlra North west where
Via ononf rha cn m ffri n o. Wrl n t it t r
VThe numerous lr& af the genial
d popular Tom are glad Ao hare
m with them again.
-Watch"T6r Little's chewing gum.
There are "strings" attached. One
string will make you the owner of a
fine horse, buggy and harness. Can
be found at Tompkins h Cobb's
stables. lVl-6t
The feature at the Temple toiright
will be "Mary, Queen of ScotsX
adapted from Schiller's charming
story. The life of this lovely and
unfortunate queen will always be
one of the most interesting chapters
of histbry, and the Edison Company
has taken the scenes on the ground
where the real ones were acted four
hundred years ago.
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.
Messrs. Alex H. Twombly and Q.
8. Disher and Mrs. Disher are
guests of the Ocala House. Mr.
Twombly is the very efficient New
York, engineer who is making the
surveys for city improvements, and
Mr. Disher is his assistant.
We have it, the latest style en engraving,
graving, engraving, "Astor Text." Gerig's Drug
Store. 11-17-tf
Carter's bread, cakes, etc., are
made with machinery and baked by
steam. 11-5-ti
The plan for a moving picture
reel of Marion county scenes seems
to be meeting with favor. Mr. Kent
and Secretary Rooney were out this
morning in the interest of the un undertaking
dertaking undertaking and met with considera considerable
ble considerable approbation and promise of sup support.
port. support. The latest style engraving, "Astor
Text," can be seen at Gerig's Drug
store. 11-17-tf i
FOR SALE Two good work
mules; cheap, or given in exchange
for good Florida grown hay. The
John Dozier Co.' 12-2-6t
The Elks will hold their annual
memorial service, or "Session of
Sorrow," Sunday afternoon at three
o'clock in their new club home on
North Main street. An appropriate
program has been arranged and
our best local musicians will assist
the lodge in carrying it out. The
public is invited to the service.
Oysters and sea food specialties of
all kinds. Also a la carte service at
Keating's.
11-11-tf
Always here with the newest. Ask
to see the "Astor Text" engraving at
Gerig's Drug Store. 11-17-tf
A large attendance was at the
Temple theater last night to hear
Creatore's famous band. This com company
pany company fulfilled the high expectations
that the people had formed of it, and
undoubtedly gave the very best mus musical
ical musical performance for the price ever
heard in the Temple. The singing
was very good, and the instrumental
music was even better. There are
three excellent singers, three ladies
and three gentlemen, with the com
pany, and their voices and technique
are superb. About the only criti criticism
cism criticism to be made is that the band can
be better appreciated in the open air
than in a building. The rendition
of "Silver Threads Among the Gold"
was the best ever heard here, and
"Dixie" of course brought down the
house.
If you buy oat seed, be sure to buy
the genuine, Florida raised 90-day
or Rust Proof.
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

committees of the

Judiciary Livingston. Taylor and
Heherxston.
Finance Carmichael,
Helvenston
and Weathers.
Light and Water Taylor, Weihe
and Weathers.
Street Weathers. Weihe and
Bennett.
Fire Weihe, Helvenston and
Cam.
Police Weihe and Bennett.
Market Livingston, Hunter and
Carn.
Building Bennett, Carmichael
and Taylor.
Cemetery Carn, Weihe and Liv
ingston.
Sanitary Cam, Taylor andv Car Carmichael.
michael. Carmichael. y'"
Rev. L. B. Warren arrived last
night from Dallas, Tex., and will
spend a few days with his Ocala
friends, who are always two and
three times glad to see him. Mr.
arren has just emerged from a
ospital, wher-iie underwent an op-
Juration andmuchgood treatment at
the hands of the abators and nurses.
which is proven b his wide and
cheerful appearanc. He arrived in
Ocala just in timeto find that Judge
Warner, thru the' Star and Field and
Stream, had been making invidious
comparisons between his skill with
the rod and the hammer, and we sus suspect
pect suspect that it is only his charitable
temperament that keeps him from
telling some things on the judge.
B-BtrnrsrirTnls morning re
ceived a telegram bringing the sad
and unexpected news of the death of
his youngest brother, Mr. Joe M.
Duncan, in Savannah. Mr. J. M.
Duncan was a young man of twenty twenty-three,
three, twenty-three, and leaves a wife and one
child. He was employed in the au auditing
diting auditing department of the Central
railroad. Mr. E. B. Duncan leaves
tonight to attend his brother's fun funeral.
eral. funeral. If there is 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
The Temple will have one of its
greatest picture shows when it pre presents
sents presents "The Last Days of Pompeii"
tomorrow night. There never was
anything more luridly written than
Lytton's description of the destruc destruction
tion destruction of the old Roman city, and the
picture people have come as near do doing
ing doing the subject justice as possible.
They took advantage of a recent
eruption of Vesuvius to make a film,
and took others of the scenes among
the streets of the resurrected town.
There will be six reels. Tickets will
be 23 cents for downstairs and 10
cents for the gallery, and you had
best go to the Court Pharmacy and
reserve your seat.
"Nylotis Toilet Water," the very
latest odor, to be had at 7oc. the bot bottle
tle bottle at either one of Gerig's Drug
Stores. 11-17-tf
We cater to the trade of those
who know a good, cigar when they
smoke it. Try ours. The Court
Pharmacy. 11-19-tf
The nobbiest line of correspond correspondence
ence correspondence stationery in the city has just
been put on display. Come in and
examine its texture and general
make-up. The Court Pharmacy. 11-tf
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7: 30 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis
itors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.
CANDIES
"Fresh today and Fresh every day"

is our constant guarantee.
Every thing to satisfy the candy
lovers here, and there is always
something new and delightful.
Perfect Bon-Bons and Chocolates in
most Attractive Boxes SOc lb
Beautiful Round Decorated and Rib Ribbon
bon Ribbon tied 21b Boxes $1.60
The rich and unique Beverly
Chocolates in violet boxes, ribbon
tied, one, two and five pound boxes,
80 CENTS POUND
And finally the New Dollar Box of
SPECIAL
Chocolates, the very finest example
of the candy maker's art. They're
different from all other IIUYLEIVS
Candy. Ask for the Dollar Box.
THE
JL STANDARD OF
yUCirf QUALITY
J ALWAYS.
T. W. TROXLER

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And

We will send for your clothes and launder them as
they should be laundered, returning them to your
home as quickly as first-class work can be jturned out.
Our machinery is all of the latest make, which practi practically
cally practically eliminates the possibility of injuring even the
most delicate fabrics.

A STA
2MENT FROM
CLIFFORD LIVINGSTON
To the Ocala Voters: In becom
ing a candidate for alderman at
large in the coming city election to
succeed myself, I wish to announce
that I shall 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
whole city. 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
other railroad;
2. Letting any other corporation
furnish power for the municipal
plants or to individuals in competi competition
tion competition with these enterprises;
3. To any private individual or
corporation owning public utility
franchises;
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
thoroughfare;
5. The extension of the water
works and electric lights to accom
modate all taxpayers within the city
limits;
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 personal,
sonal, personal, and a reduction of the mill mill-age.
age. mill-age. If these declarations of principles
appeal to the voters of the city and
my services in the past on these
lines meet your approval, I shall ap- j
preciate jour vote at the December
city election. C. M. Livingston.
11-26-tf dly
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 irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months,' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St.,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorc3r Joseph Bell.
Council J. H. Taylor, president
pro tern; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam,
C. W. Huntei. E. T. Helvenston, G. j
A. Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M. j
Livingston.
City Attorney C. I.. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clvatt.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C. j
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
Marsh.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.

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Never Again Shall Making a Cake Cost
You the HIGH PRICE of EGGS.
Never were such cakes as you are going to make now, ladies ev every
ery every one of you; never such delicious filling and icing and always
sure to come out just right, t "Never such 'meringue for pies and
puddings, as you are going to '"make now with
SNOW-MELLOW

And Without the use of a Single Egg.
This SNOW-MELLOW is going to revolutionize the work and ex expense
pense expense of desert making for you. For less than four pennies
worth, of SNOW-MELLOW makes, the filling for your cake, or
the topping for two of your pie3. ;v
Get a tin at once, and we will give you 5 a booklet which tells you
all about SNOW-MELLOW and its many uses. 25c and 50c tins.

0. K. Teapot Grocery
Phones 16 and 174.

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We have just received a car carload
load carload of fine horses and mules,
which can be seen at the lot
and barn on West Exposition
Street or Broadway. This Is
the first carload of horses and
mule3 shipped to Ocala this
season. Our lot will be well
stocked with choice stock all
the season, and if you are in
the market for horses or
mules, we will be pleased to
show them to you.
Quality and irice always Guar
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913

TOREK

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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 people 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 know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest n Savings Accounts

fife oimitf mal 5mtlt

DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS
WE CAN SELL UNTIL YOU VISIT OUR STORE. WE
HAVE SOMETHING THAT WILL PLEASE EVERYONE OF
THEM.
YOUR FRIENDS "WILL APPRECIATE SOME USEFUL, SENSI SENSIBLE
BLE SENSIBLE PRESENT SUCH AS WE CAN SELL YOU MUCH MORE
THAN A FANCY TRIFLE THAT WILL SOON BE WORTHLESS

in Hardware Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

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IMPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE

MTIC GAST Li

Elfective October i9th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re established.

9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a.

2:20 a. m. Ar

8:00 a. m. Ar

..Ocal? Lv. 2:20 a.

St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p.

RESOLUTIONS
II Y

A1HJPTED
STATE W. C

FEDERALS SICK OF FIGHTING

T. U.

resolutions
the Florida

Seven Genera! in the Northern

States art Heady to Surrender

Juarez. Dec. 3. Seven generals
of the Mexican regular army are
ready to surrender and the back-,
bor.e of the Huerta dictatorship in
the north has been broken. A peace
commission arrived in Juarez last

ear:

terms

of the sur-

Following are the
which were adopted by

W. C. T. V. convention:
Resolved. That we. the represen representatives
tatives representatives of the V. C. T. L of Florida,
in the thirtieth annual convention
assembled, wish to express our
thanks to our Heavenly Father for
His blessings on this work in the
past, also to ask His guidance for the
future ana to pledge anew our faith
in His guiding power and in the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Christian Temperance Union
as an instrument in His hands for
the protection of our homes. We re reaffirm
affirm reaffirm our belief in the following
principles :
First. That total abstinence is the
only safe rule in life.
Second. That prohibition is the

only reliable method for the destruc

tion of the legalized liquor traffic,
, and the preservation of the nation
and the race.
Third. We emphasize the need of
a more persistent effort in securing
the enforcement of laws pertaining
to the useless consumption of nar-

cotics.
Fourth. We are in :favor of one
standard of morals for the sexes. We

believe that the social evil is not a
i necessity; therefore we are unalter unalterably
ably unalterably opposed to its segregation. We
pledge our united efforts for its ex extermination.
termination. extermination. More and more are we
; impressed with the need of vigilance
I concerning the personal purity of
Jour boys and girls, and will with re re-inewed
inewed re-inewed zeal and courage strive to in instruct
struct instruct the mothers of our state to
J realize their power and responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility in training and teaching the

! young on the subject of intoxicating crusned kull. his left arm broken in

I liquors tobacco and purity.
! Fifth. That the ballot for women
j on equal terms with the men is just

and urgent, and we appeal to the
manhood of Florida to recognize wo-

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We Want Borrowers as Well

as Depositors

nigth.

ren :er.
The peace commission was headel
l;v Odilcn Kernan -ez and came from
Chihuahua bearing a proclamation
sigeni by General Mercado. Huer Huerta
ta Huerta V military governor, and com commander
mander commander of the federal forces in all
the north. The proclamation stated
that the Huerta government was
bankrupt and was unable to pay its
soldiers.
The simultaneous evacuation of
other federal strongholds in the

north is believed by the rebels, to be )
the result of a concerted decision to ;
abandon the whole of Northern Mex-j
ico.
Peace proposals were sent by Gen. j y

Mercado to General Francisco Villa,

the rebel leader.

This Rank is not only a store-house for -surplus funds, it is a
great reservoir of credit.
If j ju need additional capital in your business, if a few hundreds
or a few thousands of dollars will enable you to purcliase material
at a favorable time, to discount your bills, or will aid yon in some
other way. put the matter before us.. We will accommodate you
promptly and gladly in whatever amount your circumstances re require
quire require and warrant.

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
An Active United States depository.

through Federco .

Moye, civil governor of Chihuahua
state, appointed ad interim. Along
with it came an appeal signed by all '!
the foreign consuls in Chihuahua,
calling upon Villa to divide police y
protection to the citizens of Chihua-!.

hua City.

CRUSHED UNDER A CAR

Fatal Accident to St. Petersburg
Street Railway 3Ian
St. Petersburg Times, 3rd: Suffer Suffering
ing Suffering from internal injuries and a

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SUBURBAN mi FOR SALE.

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

make payment.

several places, his legs mangled, his
right ea almost torn off and a bad
gash across his throat, Louis D.

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Real Estate and Investments.
Mercb ant's Block

Over Gerig's Drug Store, Ocala, Fla

man's fitness to assist in the govern-

i ment of the state so helping every

white ribboner to give" her best in

time, effort and money to crystalize

the latent temperance sentiment in
her community into votes which
shall win a dry Florida in 1916,
thereby doing our best to secure

National Prohibition in 1920."

UNCLASSIFIED ADS'

MR. A. J. LEAVENGOOD

MAKES A STATEMENT

1R. SHAW IS DISCONTENTED

Hockett. a motorman of the St. Pe-1

tersburg & Gulf Railroad Company, c::::::-:-::::-:::':-::-:k-:-

was taken to the Augusta Memorial
Hospital this morning, his death
momentarily expected. Hockett late
yesterday afternoon fell under a
moving work car which he was driv driving.
ing. driving. The accident occurred at
Twenty-ninth street. He leaned over
the front of the car to adjust the
headlight, and presumably, lost his
balance. The car dragged him and

fatal injuries were received,
died at 3:05 this morning.

i To Fourth Ward Voters: Having
LOSt, FOlind, Wanted, FOr SHIS been reliably informed that a party
r. o;,;i., ll U4 circulating a petition for signers for

rui rem diiu omuidi Luuai iiccjo

WANTED At the

He clean cotton rags.

Star

office,
dh

i Scored President Wilson for His

Failure to Recommend
Equal SuH'rago
Washington. Dec. :. Dr. Anna

Howard Shaw, president of the Na

tional Woman's Suffrage Association
create! a sensation at last night's

session ot the suffrage convention

when she declared that President

Wilson had fallen short of the great

est opportunity he ever had or ever

would have in failing to say a word

in !;ehalt of woman suffrage todav.

when he read his annual message to
Congress. Her remarks provoked
loud and prolonged applause.

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WISE AND OTHERWISE

GOOD ROAD WORK MAY
RE AIDED I5V GOVERNMENT

FOR RENT Three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping:
ing: housekeeping: bath and lights. P. A. Durand,

Gil E. Adams St.

10-31-tf

Washington. Dec.

-A bill to

i Jtuu-Ub r uu ur- l uue or uiuic

rooms furnished for light house

keeping or unfurnished; good loca loca-ition;
ition; loca-ition; all conveniences; close to the
square. Address, D, care of Star of of-:fice.
:fice. of-:fice. 11-10-tf

RESIDENCE FOR RENT A seven-room
residence, all modern im improvements,
provements, improvements, close in; possession No November
vember November 4th. Apply to Geo. J. Blitch.

(Clipped Without Credit)
But when the millenlum starts in
business the man behind the muck
rake will be out of a job.
Any man can make a woman talk,
but only a diplomat can make her
say what he wants her to say.
The more birthdays a woman has
celebrated the easier it is for her to
forget in what year she was born.
If a homely girl has plenty of mon

ey it is an easy matter to meet a
wise man who will try to convince
her she is a prize beauty.
Bread is the staff of life and flat flattery
tery flattery is the butter.
a
The man who owes money needs
no calendar to remind him of the

first of the month.

And many a man who has the

' cheek to rai.-e whiskers doesn't even
Ury it.

provide for co-operation of state and

federal governments to improve the
roads has been introduced by Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives Byrnes of South Carolina,

and Stevens, of Mississippi, members
of the House roads committee. j
The bills would have the roads i

constructed under the joint super-1
vision of the state and country; the;
first year $3,000,000 to be used;
the next year 16.000,000, and each
year thereafter SI 2,000,000, to be

conditioned on each state appro- A REAL BARGAIN A 2S-acre

priatmg an equal amount to tfiat use;farm with SDiendid house and all I

at Commercial Bank.

10-31-tl

in the state.

31 ARTEL

Martel, Dec. 2. Rev. O. T. Mat Mat-tox
tox Mat-tox and wife of Lake City, who have
been visiting relatives here for a
week or so, left for their new home

iu North Carolina last Thursday.
They were accompanied as far as
Jacksonville by their daughter, Mrs.
E. R. Harper and children, who
spent a few days there, returning on
Monday.

Messrs. Walter Ray and E. B.
Leatherwood made a business trip to
Jacksonville the middle of last
week, in the interest of the Martel
Lumber Company.

Mr. J. L. Smith purchased a fine i

necessary outbuildings, barn, etc.,
good well, six miles from Ocala on
hard road. This is worth investiga investigation
tion investigation by anyone interested. Address
H. D., care Star, Ocala. 10-31-lm

another candidate for alderman
from the fourth ward, represented
that I had withdrawn as a candidate
for the same office, I wish to state to

1 the voters, and especially those who

signed my petition, that there was
no authority given for any such
statement.
I am in the race until the last vote
is counted.
My views on the manner in which
the city government should be con conducted
ducted conducted are expressed in the resolu resolutions
tions resolutions and recommendations passed
by the Democratic Club, published in
the Ocala papers.
I am emphatically and eternally
opposed to the unjust and discrim discriminating
inating discriminating manner in which the city
license tax operates against the
poorer classes, and if elected I shall
endeavor to always vote to give the
rich and the poor equal treatment.

If these principles are not agree agree-aole
aole agree-aole to the voters of the fourth ward
they had tetter vote for someone
else. A. J. Leavengood,
Candidate for Councilman from the
Fourth Ward. Ocala. 11-26-tf

FOR SALE Two passenger auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Fully equipped and in good
condition. Will be sold reasonable.
Address, "Auto," care Star office.tf

COAST LINE'S TIME CARD

FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, acioss from
the primary school building. AdpIj
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-t!

car last week and is now

a part of his time in the!.

FOR RENT Lower floor of Col Collier
lier Collier building; fireproof with cement
floor; also furnished rooms; all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. One block from

the square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf

Overland
spending

rather hazardous occupation of try-j WANTED To sell or exchange

j ing to subdue it. j for desirable Ocala real estate, an St. Petersburg S a. m.
i Mr. Percy Thigpen made a brief automobile in first class condition.! Northbound

trip to Inverness last Sunday. j Address P. O. Box 223, city, dly tf
Some of our musically inclined'

The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows:
Southbound
No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives ?: '. eeiburg at 10 p. m.
No 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., a. rives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. in., arrives

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Steel Pullman Cars
St. Petersburg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York

Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesbur
For information and schedules call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, OCAI A.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. TAMPA.

Nearly all men are too lazy to
think for themselves. Thinking is
hard work.
A woman always has faith in the
judgment of any man who asks her

to marry him.
Even an old soak has been known
to generate dry wit.
Love yourself as you do your
neighbor and see how far you will
get.
m
A woman's eyes soemtimes indi indicate
cate indicate a lot of swear words she dare
not utter.
Even a bum actor makes a hit
with the audience by breaking a lot
of dishes.
If a girl bows to a young man

citizens expect to

Band concert at Ocala tonight.

attend Creatoress I COTTAGES FOR RENT For col-j

Xo. 3S leaves St. Petersburg 8:30

i p. m., arrives ucaia at zzzv a. m..

! ore 1 people; conveniently located ic J

a full account of the accilent j desirable part of town; all new; $

arrives Gainesville 3:33 a. m. and

! arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.

Read Our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants

of last Saturday night appeared in
Monday's Star, we will not enter
into a repetition of the same, but
are glad to be able to report that Mr.
Watson's injuries were not as ser serious
ious serious as at first feared, and a phone
message from him this morning

stated that he expected to come out
to Martel this evening.
Mrs. B. B. Regitser left this morn morning
ing morning with her children for a visit
with her sister. Mrs. B. P. Kelley at
Bowling Green.
The Martel Lumber Company sus suspended
pended suspended operations on last Thursday
to enable its employees to attend the
Marion County Fair.

and SS per month,
care Star.

AppJv to "W

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WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

FOR RENT Five-room

with large lot; 218 S

Apply to S. E. Fraser, A
yard.

LOST On Oklawaha avenue or
on square, a "Friendship Circle" pin
with Edna engraved on it. Suitable
reward for return to this office.
ll-28-6t

No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar-

7:55 a. m. and
at 10:55 a. m.

Second St., E. I 40 leaves St. Petersburg at

i P. P. n o m arnvps lira la 1 r :i 1 n.

m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.

rives Gainesville at

v, on ee I arri ves Jacksonville

C. L..
11-28-tf

OFFICE SAFE WANTED Want-

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

Ocala Lodge. No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, meita

the second and fourth Tuesday even-

ea, an omoe xie, mum i.ec v,uc. each monthm yisiting breth
APP to box 482, city. 12-2-6tdly rep a,wajs welcome. 5
r- : Chas. W. Hunter. E. R.

I Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad-

three consecutive times he is certain welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C

SEED OATS

The Florida raised South Carolina

Fo4t King Camp No. 14 meets in j 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

i'onge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovoeigns always

she is in love with him.

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Chas. K. Sage, CJck.

Ad

OPEN DAY AND TGHT

S5c. per bushel.

Merchant's Cafe, 4.. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lanchea

11-21-tf at any hour. Adv.



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THE OCA Li EVENING STAR. WEIXEIAV. DECEMBER 3. 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR

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fix soostss. is aii as-ce . 2.Z:'
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Or.- sct,sts.

V e have been building this bank for years with an eye to the future.
A gcoljmaiiy 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.

The Munroe & Giambliss Baiuk
OCALA, FLORIDA

BOTH ARMIES MADE

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UP OF BANDIT?? 2erra2at;os The a.-j pf:fnEYT APPROVES

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OF FLETCH ER'S FLN

acrtt-tios of affairs is Jlexico sho"s"

; rook !r tie sollUrs. bst to forage i

oersoa-

that there if little f:

rest re-ate is Mexico ssle-s.5 the Usi- ftstest ts tse TiDifsiir :s

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For the Thrifty Housekeeper

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Plain Graliam Hour. 7 lb pkg .

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.VL .Ie VLe-at Floor. 7 lb pks
Pscake Hoar, in pk
VfUow Corn Meal in jkx
Oatmeal in packases
Brick Codfish, pure, per lb
Shredk-d Cd2.h in tumbler
C.lfi-h Ball. per ran
Mince Ieat. per pkg
Cranberry Saue. per can.

P-t Toa.-tie. per pk? 9c
New Florida Sjnip. per gallon 63c
Maple Sjrup. per bottle 33 and COc
Karo sjmap. per can lOc
White Karo Syrop. per can 13e
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the cotistry i-o Tsms: Cisi.

isr. so.iy a: the:r stercj as tsej io.
It is rstir2er. ;ure as i tistole. The Tiste-s -aithost rtistber Tiilaze-s as2
sarse tro-tess i -2tj;.:icate2 -hen the toti suntberis? astosz their ;-o.o-

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th& fdral ha i-:a;.s2-

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isais setra!. p-e-t-s as 2 sstail ster- or ratise that cas be

ester a town thro-?b Thici slatios frost a husirei to he hus

Let1te ired able :-2:e2 strs are attatke-'

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the Hserta roversrsest. these srist ?y. or
tokess of "5'hat ar is 2'exiff?) rtall." tiers.
Is 5ho thers selves before the train orry 1
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Litt- cas be sai2 eoseersisz the

aiertsr of worses Is Mexico tbrti 'cr their horse?.
b- usr.riili that the re to- cia ulsters or as:

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Your Faculties
For work by eating poor poorly
ly poorly cooked meals when
you can get THE BEST
at the same price. Our
la carte serv ice 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
our patrons.
Ocala House Cafe
Wilbur Cleveland
MANAGER.

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LOVAL OHUKR OF MOOSE
The Otala Lotze No. Loral
Orier of Mo-ose. steets each Thsrsiaj

an nonet may hare a bad title throoati no fault of hi own"
a good man does not always mean a good title'
"men pa.s away, title ran on foreTer."
an abstract of title is the only means by which yon can determine
whether yon are buyms land or a lawsuit

fiorida title & abstract company.

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913

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lloom in your Home. A Bathroom i not only a luxury, it
is a necessity pertaining to the health and comfort of the en entire
tire entire family. I would like t make you plans and estimates

for same. Nothing but Fir&t-Cla
Skilled Mechanics.

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Intt re-ting Item- About Affairs in
the City of Oaks

Mr. Hall savs he is taking things
easy and aot doing much, which lit-!
terally intrpreted means thai he is;
only doing about as ranch- as two'
men would be expected to do.
A real old-fashioned Thanksgiving

dinner was given

and Mrs.

Material installed by

Belleview. Der. 2. Mi

W. Coles, the Belleview Workers and
a number of other public spirited

Warren 'Adam Hafner last Thursday, to a

number of their friends, among them

were: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Has Haskell..
kell.. Haskell.. Mr. John Hafner, Miss Arrilla

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edain&m

The ipioroltjxsr

parties, have made changes in the ; Haines. and the feast of food, wit i
! town hall that have long been need-; and wisdom, ran riot, and -when the
led. Heretofore on public occasions ; party broke up they were all full. j

Y I the hall has been packed to suffoca- Miss Margaret Allen Evans was,

tion, there have been no accommo-! married to Mr. Francis Marion Sey-J

dations for dressing rooms. In fact, mour.at high noon Thursday, Nov.

!the town hall stood exactly, as it had 2 7th, at the Methodist Episcopal

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Jacksonville's Finest
AND
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
RATES
European Plan $1.50jPer Dayand Upward

; stood, for the past twenty-five years.
I Now all this is changed, and instead
! of seating one hundred persons it
will now seat about three hundred.

The rear end of the building has
been knocked out and an extension
built on that gives a very commod commodious
ious commodious stage, passage way at the back,
and dressing rooms, with light
thrown in, to give it a cosmopolitan
air. This is one of the improve improvements
ments improvements that has long been needed and
to Messrs. Cowles, Shedd, Brown,
and last, but not least, The Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view Workers, are due the thanks of
the entire community.

church, Rev. William Tell Evans,
father of the bride, performing the
ceremony The church was beauti beautiful'
ful' beautiful' decorated by Mrs. Bryant's Sun Sunday
day Sunday school class. Miss Ruth Perry
played the wedding march, and the
wedding ceremony was witnessed by

a large number of the bride's friends
and town people. After the cere ceremony
mony ceremony dinner was served at the Meth-

iodist parsonage, after which the hap

py couple were driven to Ocala by
Mr. Walter Nelson in an automobile,
where they took the limited train for
Jacksonville and other points on
their honeymoon trip. The bride is

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is nothing quite M
, bride as sterling silver.
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is high here, and the chasteness
f of the patterns-wbich can be seen
at a glance, it is important to know
that the prices are net extravagant.
or jewelry store is the best place in the
nty to get suggestions for wedding presents.
tave made a study of this "gift question." It is our Nlfi
s to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.

Mr. W A. Owens shot a squirrel i one of the most popular and beauti-

llast Monday morning that was abso-;ful girls of our town, and the groom

lutely white. It was a beauty, and a rising young business man of Hast Hast-upon
upon Hast-upon talking with several parties, it ings, make a well mated couple to

reminded them of the fact that a ; go thru life hand -in hand. The

white squirrell was killed in about young people went out in force to

'the same locality some nine years the depot with rice, old shoes and

ago by Mr. Kilpatrick, one of our brick bats, and other evidences of

oldest settlers. their regard and were beautifully

Mr. and Mrs. CP. Davis, Mr. W. fooled, and took their spite out on
J. Lyles and lady friend, all from Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fant who were

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besides silverware which will make excellent gifts.

This is a Jewelry store where you can ret fust wbat

you are looking for at toe price you want to pay.

Everything- In our fine line of silverware.

gent, Jewelry watcnes, etc., contains

nothing but real, tangioie vaiues.

couDied with up-to-date styles

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THE JEWELER

: A. M. Wilson,
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Thos. M. Wilson,
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!a- the Methodist church last Sunday to be taking the train for Ocala

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Mrs. Sydney Maddox of St. Peters-; Miss DeBose, came over from Hast Hast-burg
burg Hast-burg is visiting with her parents, ings to witness the wedding and re re-Mr.
Mr. re-Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kilpatrick. ; turned to their home Friday.
Miss Pearl Dillard of Summerfield,; Do not forget the masquerade
was visiting with Miss Ada Nix last promenade at the town hall, Friday
week. : night. Dec. 5.
Mrs. D. F. Mclntire of Jackson- j Mrs. R. L. Sumner and mother,
ville, Mrs. Emma Caldwell and two Mrs. M. A. Ethridge went to Ocala
bright little children, were week end ; last Monday in Mr. Frank Haviland's

The
r.aundry
That
Made
Ocala
Famous

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I Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
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?. is a necessity, iu suppiy mat nc-
cessity is Our Business,
I Ocala Steam Laundry

402-401 S. Main Street

OCAIiA, FLORIDA

:! visitors at the Stanley home. big Pullman touring car.

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Mr. W. F. Ritter came up from ; Talking about preeminence of
South Fliorida last Saturday to : Belleview and Belleviewites. in the
make his usual week end visit with j different lines reminds me that the

his family. most important at the Marion Coun-

Mrs. J. E. Murray, of Gainesville, ty Fair held last week was top topis
is topis visiting with her parents, Mr. and j notched by two of Belleview's pro-

Mrs. W. F. Fielding. j ducts at the baby show Dr. and
Master William Fielding came j Mrs. T. K. Slaughter were awarded

down from Gainesville last Wed- the bronze medal and the twenty twenty-nesday,
nesday, twenty-nesday, where he has been attending i five dollar gold prize for having the

school for the past several months,
to spend Thanksgiving with his parents.

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and Telephones.
Rooms $1 a Day Popular Priced
and Up. Cafe.

ACCURACY SECURITY

Safeguards tor Comforts and Well Being

The best and most practical of these Is let .ir ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
jaoney.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

most perfect boy baby in Marion

county, in the person of Thomas K
Slaughter, Jr., aged fifteen months

Mr. Jim Cauthern. of Candler, was who was a practical illustration of

a business visitor to our town last ; the application of the rules of mod
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Wednesday. iern eugenics as advocated by the
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Mr. Freeman and Winter Hameslmost advanced of the medical pro pro-and
and pro-and Folke Syoberg took in the eoun- fession of todav. That Dr. Slaughter

ty fair last Thursday. a product of Belleview there is no

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac X. Xichols : doubt, for here is where he gained

spent Thanksgiving day in Ocala his start in life as one of the most

with tneir aaugnter, .Mrs. i. i. successtul ot marion county s mea mea-Strong.
Strong. mea-Strong. iieal doctors, and as Levon is only a
Mrs. Susan Parmerly, of Bridge- snburb of Belleview. that clinches

port Conn., came in last Friday, and the contention. And to see the doctor!

will spend the winrer with her sister. swell up with pride, proves it.
Mrs. L.L. Hopkins. j Also when Mr. and Mrs. s Cecil
The Marion County Fair at Ocala 1 Bryant received the first prize for

claimed the presence of nearly every having the most perfect girl baby in
man. woman, boy. girl kids and chil-; Marion county, it proves that Belle-

jdren of this town and vicinity, dur-lview is 0. K.. so far as its boys and

the past week. To enumerate all j girls are concerned, for be it known
who went would be simply to give a; that Cecil Bryant was born and
column of names that no one would reared in Belleview.

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ESTABLISHEDJ1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
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First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.

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F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHROXIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHOXES Office, Xo. 333. Dr McClane's Residence, Xo. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

care to wade thru. We all went.

I believe in this here woman suf-

even Uncle John Hafner. The whole frage business, and as soon as I can

darn town went.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Raur spent
Thanksgiving in Ocala.
Mr. Ollie Lanford, formerly of
this town, came up from Wildwood

J to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and

Mrs. W. R. Kilpatrick.
Mr. Brice Fanning, of Wildwood,
was a visitor to this town last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. J. Collins, wife, daughter and
three sons, who have lately moved
here from Colorado, and is settled in

COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.

get posted on a few more points as
to what these women are driving at,
will tell you more about it, and I
don't care a darn what the policy of

the paper is on this question, I'm
going to express myself anyway.
The dance was a swell affair, and
the Ocala Star was represented
there, as well as a number of other
people from Ocala, Candler, Shady,
Summerfield and Lake Weir.
Mr. David C. Stanley is treating
his friends to some of his new crop

R. C. MUNCASTER

FIRE
LIFE
ACCIDENT
HEALTH
PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
BIEUMAX BLOCK OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. PHONE 420

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Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these .;
your bodv 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 .j
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-
tection better than insurance and doctors.

Knight & Lang

STOMACH TROUBLES DISAPPEAR

his cottage just north of the depot, I Irish potatoes every one you eat
drove to Ocala last Friday and took; tastes like more.

in the fair.
Mrs. F. A. Brooks from Cam Cambridge.
bridge. Cambridge. X. Y.. and who has a cottage
at Xorth Lake Weir, walked up to
Belleview last Wednesday and visit

ed with her frineds. Col. and Mrs. W.

C. Doolittle.
Mrs. J. W. Hilton is indisposed.
Mr. Millsom has a very bad big
tee.

W. H. MARSH

Phone 108

FRESH MEATS

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les, weak nerves, lame back and fe female
male female ills disappear when Electric
Bitters are used. Thousands of wo women
men women would not be without a bottle
in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew,
Okla.. writes: Electric Bitters rais-

I ed me from a bed of sickness and

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Opposite A. C. L. Station.

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Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.

PHOXE 250.

Watch for Little chewing gum.
There are "strings" attached. One
string will make you the owner of a
fine horse, buggy and harness. Can
be found at Tompkins & Cobb's
stables. .- 12-l-6t

cufforintr orA lu flnnp me a world V

Mr. E. L. Brown, secretary and J gOQd j wish every suffering wo wo-treasurer
treasurer wo-treasurer of the Brown Hardware j man could use this excellent remedy
Co.. was in town last Saturday, on I and find out as I did just how good
bu-ine n is-" As il has helI)ed thousands of
. w. i others, it will surely do the same for
Mr. jam A .Milhcan left lat vQU Everv boUl8 guaranteed, -50c.
Wednesday for Arizona. !an(j $i. At all druggists. H. E. Buck-
Mr William F. Maier, the well len & Co.. Philadelphia. Pa., or St.
driver, has just completed a six inch j Louis. Ad
well for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doro-i

All kinds of fancy cakes and pas-.

SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.

TWENTY-ONE-MEAL TICKETS, $5.25.

B. D. DAUM, Proprietor.

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certain in Florida.

thy at their bungalow west of Lake
Lillian.
Mr. Guy Smith got excited last
Monday morning and killed one of
the largest foxes that has been seen
in this section for a long while.
Mr. Haywood Hall is up and
around once more, after a serious
illness and five or six weeks treat treatment
ment treatment in the Marion County Hospital

11-21-tflfor a serious case of typhoid fever.

try, such as pound cake, layer eaKe1 I'M
and macaroons are constantly onj lCHinS IOr Ligtil
hand at Carter s Bakery. 11-5-tl j 3ad HCSVy HattHng.
j packing and
If you are user of high quality; Shipping Of
toilet articles our elegant line is I f nmitUrC, PianOS

worthy of your inspection, ine Loun, Cafpc

Baggage Service

Trr a Star Want Ad. It PAIS IUC DCM.

WHITE STAIR LINE,
TRANSFER AXD FIItEPltOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

Pharmacy.

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We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
or Ceiling in
QnaUty or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296



THE OCALA EVENING TAIL WEDNESDAY. I EC EMBER :J. 1913
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I . V;:V:
Sit-r y,'tiT Carlotta
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Clothing
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Miss A.i':e li'iVss-.r. 'as in the car-
riaze a. the tirr.e the horses ere

cbr;kr-l by Hister Carlotta:
At the Confederate ruios in Mo-
bile in when the tearr draw-
lag the carriage containing the Flor-
ida delegation or eponsors became a'
frightened and threatene:
lives
of several young -somen, the heroine
of the moment was Sister Esther
Carlotta, who at great danger to
herself, checked the horses. She is
a conspicuous figure In the gather-
ings of the general order and is
president of her state division. ;
The state president of the Florida
United Daughters of the Confeder-
acy is a descendant of ancestors
whose names go back into the mother i
coumry teiore me lounumg 01 coio-
nial America. The Burruss family j
came originally from St. David's, in j
Wales, through the south of Eng-!
land, to the Virginia colony in the
Jamestown dayg. They remained for ;
the most part in Virginia until near'
the revolutionary times, but some of
them migrated southward to Ala- j
bama, Mississippi and Louisiana. In
the last named state one member of
the family, Miss Annie Burruss. ;
married Judge John Kennard of Ne
Orleans.
Occasionally, in both Virginia and
England, the name is found spelled
with but one s, but the correct Celtic
is with two. j
The great-great-grandfather of the :
subject of the sketch, Henry Burruss, j
is recorded as having fought in the
French and Indian war. Her great-1
KrarKi rat her, John Burruss, served in
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Capt. Jason Kiddick's company of 1
the Fourth Virginia regiment in the
revolutionary army. Her grand- j
rather, Henry Burruss, served in the
Seventh regiment, Fourth Brigade,
irginia troops, in the war or
and her father. Dr. John Lewis Bur- j
russ. was a surgeon in the Confed-1
erate States service. Another great- j
grandfather, Iiwis Johnston, of Es Essex
sex Essex county, Virginia, also serre 1 in
the revolutionary army, and was
severely wounded in the battle of
Kintj's Mountain, being one of more
than thirty members of the Lewis
family who were in that battle.
Lewis Johnson was also a Mason of
high degree and a friend of Thomas
Jefferson.
On the maternal side the name of
her mother, I'earce, Is found in the
early annals of Kent and Cecil coun counties
ties counties in both civil and religious rec records.
ords. records. One William Pearce served as
lord high sheriff of Cecil county in
1687. Another, a son of the former,
represented the county in the Mary-
land colonial assemhlv. and was also I
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presiding judge or his district. For
generations they have been promi prominent
nent prominent members of the Episcopal
church, to which communion Sister
Esther Carlotta belongs. Col. James
Ramsey, lieutenant governor of New
York about 1721, and Col. Archibald
Dick, assistant quartermaster gen general
eral general of the revolutionary army, are
other ancestors, and Dr. Elisha Cul Cul-len
len Cul-len Dick, of Alexandria, Va., friend
of Washington and worthy master of
the Masonic lodge when the corner cornerstone
stone cornerstone of the capltol in Washington
was laid, was a great-great-grandfather
and Senator James Alfred
I'earce, of Maryland, the grand-
father of the state president of Flor-!
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Carlotta has a deep
vital ;n.er-
est in all that pertains to the history
of the South, and her work for the
Daughters of the Confederacy ha?
been deep and far-reaching. Her
childhood and girlhood were for the
most part spent in Virginia and
.Maryland, but she has traveled
widely, both for health and pleas- :
ure. Most of her life has been spent
in the lower South, for eighteen
years past in Florida, whither she
went m searcn o: heaitn. Shortly af-
ter she entered her novitiate, andn
there she has remained, but shir

be:r
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worked in the West Indies durii i will be hfcis to ly auction ',
the reconstruction and Spanish-AnU party, compamenting Miss Daisy
erican days. Keidel, who is spending the winter
There being no organized ...v y7f Christian

hoods of the Episcopal church in her:
part of the South, she has, since the
death of her sister who worked with )
her, continued the work alone, and ;
there are many indeed who speak
her name lovingly and with blessing. ;
jn her home town of St. Augustine,
where for eighteen years she has
gone in and out among the sick and
poor, she is devoutedly loved, and i
indeed, all Florida claims her as its ;
own. ;
Feeling the work of the Daugh-
ters 0f the Confederacy to be a sac-
refi and memorial on, she secured ;
xl(i permission of her then livinz su-
1
5.rior to tak- nu its duti-. Thf kv-i
note of her worlc thoroughness, ;
whatever she does being complete to j
Thf. iaif in hr fu vr8 aa
sri:fi I;resident every department of
the work has felt the strength and
pijft of her guidance, and, whil
r,lore (l,Ay anJ universallv' loved
.!;in tKo 1m ,lf r,.,, t.&,..,lt. tu0 :
could not be the strong nature that1
she is without stirins the envy and ;
as
said with a smile once
when the i
subject was mentioned, "that proves j
a vf-rtoKratc ,n,i nr.t ir.iiv.fic:,
and saves' me from the woe that
r-r.rnPa wh-n n Brie.av r.f v
Able, cultured, courteous to all. j
with the quiet distinction of the I
high bred, broadly educated woman,
she goes quietly on her way, unas unassuming
suming unassuming and unafraid, a power for
good in an everyday, working world.
As a jurist and parliamentarian she
ranks high, and is a figure of -note
in every convention of the Daugh
ters of th Confederacy. Sistpr E.c
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tner carlotta has manv warm
friends in New Orleans who will
gladly welcome her to the city.
Xew Orleans Times-Democrat.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gray, who are
spending several weeks at Lake
Weir, while a handsome crop of
citrus fruit owned by Mr. Gray is be being
ing being shipped, are in the city for a
few days. They will return to Ma Marion
rion Marion county the end of the week and
remain for several weeks before re
turning home for the season. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Marion Sevniour
!" Hastings are in the city, and will
spend their honeymoon here, guests
of the Monson House. Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour were married Saturday in j
Belleview. .Mr. Seymour is well j
known in St. Augustine, having lived j
here for several years during his
boyhood, prior to his family's re-I
moval to Hastings.- St. Ausrustine j
Record.
Mrs. flay Livingston, who recently ;
returned from Kansas City. Mo., S
where she has been spending the i
past few months, left yesterday for
her home in Kissimmee after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit with her mother-in-law,
Mrs. T. H. Livingston, at her
home in Riverside. Mrs. Livingston
was accompanied by a friend from
Kansas City who will be her guest
during the coming season. Times Times-'Cnion.
'Cnion. Times-'Cnion. Mr. S. A. Rawls continues quite
i'l at his home in Springfield, to the
regret of many friends. Florida
Metropolis.

Van Hood Ferguson returned to
The figurehead of the schooner 5Ch001 toda-v after an 1Iness of sev sev-"Lady
"Lady sev-"Lady Max." the first vessel launch-j eral da-vs with fever fever-ed
ed fever-ed under the Confederate govern- j
raent, which was presented to Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Newman and
J. R. Moorhead during her late visit I infant daughter have returned to

t.i Pensacola and was shown at the

-Marion County Fair last week, will ;

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the ladies of the Meth
odist church will hold their bazar on
the north end o: the Ocala House
piazza. Many dainty pieces of fancy
wor: ana delicious nome rcaae can-
dies will
on sale and the ladies;.!
cordially invite everyone to make j
them a visit between the hours of & j
and 4 o'clock. j
r"r rwriufi j
On next AVenesday afternoc-V
3 o'clock. Mils Dorothvchreiber
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Masters and
lovely young daughter Claire, are
now making their home in Tampa,
Mr. Masters being credit manager of
the Coates Plumbing Supply Co.
Instead of returning to her home
at Lady Lake yesterday Miss Jean
Teague remained over -with Miss
Janet Weathers until this afternoon,
leaving then for Orlando to spend
week with her aunt, Mrs. Alice
Withers.
Mr. and Mrs. Conway, prominent i
residents of Syracuse, X. Y.. are en i
route to Ocala to visit Mrs. Conway's j
cousins. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Mrs. Conway before her marriage i:
was Miss Martha Mann of North j
Carolina, and several years ago was j
a admired visitor in the Mclver ; i
home.
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The reading club spent a profita-j
hU: afternoon yesterday at the home!
Miss L-vJa McDoughal left today j
Statesboro. Ga., to visit rela- i
tives-
The Iadies of the Catholic church
intend to give a saIe of dre&sed dolls
and Christmas candies Saturday,
Dec. J'J. The place where the sale
will take place will be announced
later.
Miss Alice Campbell left today for
Belleview, where she will be the
guest of Mrs. J. X. Shedd for a cou couple
ple couple of weeks.
The King's Daughters will meet
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock with
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger. Everyone in interested
terested interested in the work is urged to be
present. v
Mrs. H. W. Edwards, accompanied
by Miss Agnes Wilmot of Crj-stal
River, were shopping in town today
and registered at the Empire Cafe.
Mrs. Edwards will open her hotel to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, the Dixon House, which will
be a drawing card for Crystal River.
Miss Alice Bullock is home from
a delightful visit in Tampa spent
with Mr. and Mrs. George McKean.
Mrs. Robert McDoughal and little
daughter Dorothy, returned today to
Their home at Englewood. after
sj ending several weeks in the city
vvdth relatives.
Miss .Minnie Stovall returned this
afternoon from a pleasant visit with
her father. Editor W. F. Stovall in
Tan:;. a.
Miss Etta Freeman of Daytona
Beach has friends in Ocala who will
be interested to learn of her mar marriage
riage marriage last week to Mr. Harry E.
Cannon of Wilmington. Del., but for formerly
merly formerly of Gainesville. The wedding
took place at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Freeman on the morning of Nov.
26th. Mr. Ben Richards of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, was the groom's best man and
Mrs. Cannon had as her only attend attendant
ant attendant her sister. Miss Mertie Freeman.
their home in Bartow. Mrs. Newman

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former's sister. Miss ;
i -ttye Williams to Mr. J. B. Horrell j
land last week they were joined by
Dr. Newman. They were guests of
Mrs. M. A. Williams, Mrs. Newman's
mother.
A jolly party composed of Mr. and
Mrs. Merle McElroy, Mr. and Mrs.
LeRoy Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Fort,
Misses Mary a'nd Fannie Robinson,
and Messrs. Marion Ives, Wilbur
Tilden and Donald Cheney, returned
Sunday evening from camp "Bee-gi-
woo-chee," where they spent the
week-end in boating and fishing.
Orlando Sentinel.
Messrs. A. J. Beck and Troy Hall
enjoyed a quail hunt today at the
latter's turpentine still at Wildwood.
Miss Tommie Abernathy of Ocala,
has returned to her home after a
most delightful visit with Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter S. Graham, at her home on Oak
street. Tampa Tribune.
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Miss Elizabeth
Mizelle is much
I improved today
irS- j. g. Spurlin. was in the city
! today, on her way home from a trip

around the country with Mr. Spur-j
lin. They visited Micanopy. Willis- j 0rders for cake5 etc.( for reCep reCep-ton.
ton. reCep-ton. Raleigh and other points in Mr. J tion, receive prom"pt attention at

Spurlin s territory, and Dad a very
pleasant trip.
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Miss Sallie Spurlin of Lake Weir i
:.- the guest of Mrs. C. C. Bailey.
KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jan?s Carlisle
drugstore
A cordial welcome to vis-
iting brothers, v. w lompKins,
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
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MARIOX-DUVX MASOXTC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
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KASTEKX STAR MEMORIAL
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Ocala Chapter Xo. 29, O. E. S.,'
j held memorial services in the Mas-;
onic hall on Sunday at 4 p. m. This
chapter is four years old and has notj
lost a member by death but each
year holds these services which are
very beautiful along with the other;
chapters.
FIXE 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 for a telephone will
receive prompt attention. Make your
wife and family a Christmas present
of a telephone.
ll-21-30td Ocala Telephone Co.
Watch for Little's chewing gam.
There are "strings" attached. One
string will make you the owner of a
f ne horse, buggy and harness. Can
be found at Tompkins & Cobb's
stables
12-1-et
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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
MARIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
j Court W
S. Bul-
lock. Ocala
District Attorney E. W
Davi3.
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Gallowuy. Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.!
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prooate Wm. E. Smith.
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carmi
chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field:
field: Summer-field: W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. 71.
Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala: B
i R. Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
j Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn. Ocala.

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Dec. 4 Last Days of Pompeii.
Dec 13 "The Leopard's Spots."
Dec 16 Xeil O'Brien Minstrels.
Dec. 27 Bought and Paid For For-Dec.
Dec. For-Dec. 30 Coburn's Minstrels.
Jan. 1 "Divorce Question."
Jan. 6 "Tie Shepherd of the
Hills."
i Jan. 12, 13 14 De Armond S-
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Jan. 17 "Polly of the Circus."
Jan. 20 Mary'j Lamb Company.
Jan. 27 The Spring Maid Co.
Jan. 28 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. Clee Club.
Feb. 23 Evan's Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. Feb. 24 Fine Feathers.
Mar. 1 to 11. Chautauqua.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
Xo. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a.
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
Xo. 3 local leaves, Jacksonville
9:30 a. m.; arrivs Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 3:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
in.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
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No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
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No. 4 local leaves Tampa 8:45 a.
m.; arrives Ocala 12:50 p. m.; ar arrives
rives arrives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
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IN CUSTER BATTLE

i "Curley the Crow'' Tells How He
Caught Heroic Soldier.
Halfbreed Sioux Scout, Only Survivor
of Massacre, Relates How Famous
General Felt Dead in
His Arms.
St. Louis. Curley ('Curley the
Crow"), the halfbreed Sioux scout,
now in his seventy-second year, is the
only survivor of the Custer massacre.
At the Planters' hotel here he gave
some interesting details, some of them
new, of the battle of the Little Big
Horn on June 24, 1876, in which Cus Custer
ter Custer and practically all of his command
perished.
A large lithograph of "Custer's Last
Stand" represents the scene truly in
all respects but one, Curley says.
"The artist should not have shown
scalped and mutilated American sol soldiers
diers soldiers on the battle field," Curley re remarked.
marked. remarked. "There was no scalping and
no mutilation. Four, hundred and
seventy-three soldiers were killed and
not a mark was found on them that
was not made by bullets.
"I was General Custer's scout. He
and the other white men knew me as
Curley By some of the Indians I was
called Bloody Knife. Though I was a
scout for the army, I was in no dan danger
ger danger from the Indians except the dan danger
ger danger of being accidentally shot in bat battle.
tle. battle. The Indians never purposely
'.Killeda scout. Spies they would kill,
but not scouts. They respected scouts
who could speak the Indians' lau lau-guage.too.
guage.too. lau-guage.too. I knew eleven Indian lan
guages, and I could go from the white
soldiers' camp to the Indians' and
smoke the pipe with the chiefs.
"On the evening before the battle I
ate with. Rain-in-the-Face. He was my
uncle, brother of my mother, who was
a full-blooded Sioux. I knew Sitting
Bull, but I ddi not see him just at that
time. He was the high priest of the
Sioux, not their leader in battle. He
told me there would be a battle, and
said I must keep out of it. I said I
would stay with General Custer, no
matter what the danger was.
"That night I was sent by Custer to
summon Colonel Reno and Captain
Dentine, '""with their .commands, to re reinforce
inforce reinforce him.
"I reached Reno first and he refused
to go, saying he and his men could not
get across the river. Had he started
at that time he might have saved Cus Custer.
ter. Custer. I afterward testified at the court court-martial
martial court-martial which dismissed him from the
service.
"I went on to Captain Dentine and
he started his command at ouce. They
crossed the same stream which Reno
had been afraid to try and came in the
morning to where a high hill sepa separated
rated separated them from Custer's men. I took
one way over the hill and Dentine
took what he thought was a
shorter way. He did not reach the
place, but his men, under subordinate
officers, got there in time to perish
with Custer's men.
"As I got on the other side of the
hill I was in range of the Indians'
guns. While I was still a long way
off my horse was shot under me, and
I got down and ran until I came into
the thick of the fighting.
"As I got there I saw the soldiers
were lying dead right and left. Those
473 had been surrounded by 6,000
Sioux. I saw Custer fighting with his
saber, and I thought he was the last
man alive there, but I soon saw that
his brother, Lieut. "Tom" Custer, wa3
fighting beside him. He fell and Gen General
eral General Custer stcod alone.
"The Indians could have killed him
easily before that, but the purpose was
to take him alive. The reason for
that purpose is known to me, and I
shall tell of it in a story I am going
to write. Fourteen Indians whom he
Blashed and gashed with his saber
lay near him, most of them dead or
dying.
"Then I saw Rain-in-the-Face. He
said harshly: 'Curley, I told you to
keep out.'
"T couldn't get away,' I replied;
my horse was shot.
- "I called to General Custer, meaning
to tell him of Reno's refusal to come,
and he said: 'You here, Curley?
We'll fight to the end.'
"Those were his last words. A big
Sioux seized his arm and Custer turn turned
ed turned on him and dealt a terrific saber
stroke that half cut his head off. As
he did this the son of the Sioux fired
his rifle at Custer and the bullet went
through his heart.
"In the familiar picture there is an
Indian seen pushing his way through
toward Custer as he fell. That man
was myself. I held his head as he
sank back dead."
STOLE GIFT OF LONGFELLOW
Water Set, Given by Poet, to St. Louis
Woman's Grandmother,
Taken.
St. Louis. A water set given to
Mrs. John W. Teasdale by Henry W.
Longfellow, the poet, was stolen from
the Teasdale home here while the
members of the family were spending
their vacation in Charlevoix, Mich.
They returned home to find a thief,
apparently a woman, judging from a
footprint found on the polished seat
of a chair, had taken the silverware,
brass candelabra and arabesque fig figures.
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Newark, N. J. Declared dead by a
court ten years ago, John H. Boye
has just returned to his home here.

MANY ATTAIN LAURELS YOUNG

Long List of Those Men Who Have
Achieved Fame Before the Age
cf Thirty.
In his dignified tribute to Perry, for former
mer former President Taft called attention to
the fact that he hero of Lake Erie
was enly twenty-eight when he won
that glorious victory. An interesting
roll might be called of the men who
achieved deathless fame while yet in
their twenties, says the St. Louis Re Republic,
public, Republic, editorially. First of all, we sup suppose,
pose, suppose, would be Alexander, who had
vanquished the world, and for whom
Fate flashed the doleful sign "nothing
doing" ere yet he was hardly thirty.
The hang of his toga was still a mat matter
ter matter of vast concern to the foppish
Caesar when he was pushing his tri triremes
remes triremes across the channel to the chalk
cliffs of Brittany. At twenty-eight
the youth of Napoleon was far be behind
hind behind and kings had learned to come
down and personally open the door
when he knocked. Burns was singing
his last songs at twenty-eight and By Byron
ron Byron awoke to acclaim while still
younger. The dead boy in a garret,
eighteen or thereabouts, was Chat Chat-terton.
terton. Chat-terton. Emmett named the terms on
which his epitaph might be written
"in the brave days when he was twenty-one."
Slamming the door on history and
sauntering out into the golden light of
the living day, it is a pleasure to re reflect
flect reflect that at twenty-eight John D. Rock Rockefeller
efeller Rockefeller was about as poor and honest as
the rest of us, and athwart the smoke smoke-wreathed
wreathed smoke-wreathed skyline of Pittsburgh no
prophet could discern the roof of a
Carnegie library. But those are nega negative
tive negative views. By way of citing the posi positive,
tive, positive, we observe that Tyrus Cobb had
put a flashing spike on the home plate
of immortality while still under twenty-eight.
But of arms and the men, and let letters
ters letters and pelf and politics, enough! As
a matter of fact and justice be it de declared
clared declared that the name of women who
attain their greatest beauty without
ever admitting twenty-eight is legion
and will continue to be.
SPOILED EFFECT OF STORY
Listener's Unkind Remark After Sailor
Had Told of Terrors of
the Waterspout.
Coroner James J. Phelan of Bridge Bridgeport,
port, Bridgeport, whose investigation of the Stam Stamford
ford Stamford wreck has given him a nation nationwide
wide nationwide reputation for courage and as astuteness,
tuteness, astuteness, said to a reporter, apropos of
a legal tangle:
"These lawyers tried hard to con confuse
fuse confuse the issue, and, if they had suc succeeded,
ceeded, succeeded, they'd have put all hands in
the ludicrous position of Swallop Mc Mc-Bride.
Bride. Mc-Bride. "Swallop McBride, you know, sat lis listening
tening listening quizzically, at the lodge, to a
sailor who had just returned to Cin Cin-naminson
naminson Cin-naminson from a world tour.
" 'And did you see any waterspouts?'
the voyager was asked.
" 'Waterspouts ? Sure
"And he described a waterspout with
all its horrors that had nearly done for
his ship and him in the Indian ocean.
"At this opint Swallop interposed.
"'Holy smoke,' he said, 'you make
me tired. All this talk about a water waterspout!
spout! waterspout! Why, what the dickens is
there in a waterspout to be afraid of?'
" 'You'd know soon enough,' said the
sailor loftily, 'if you ran acrost one.'
"'Ran acrost one?' 6aid Swallop.
'Why, there's three in our back yard,
one at each corner of the wall, and
they don't frighten me no more than a
baby.'
vorn kidneys
Ocala Residents Must Learn the Im Importance
portance Importance of Keeping them
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Perfect health means that every
organ of the body is performing its
functions properly.
Perfect health cannot be enjoyed
if the kidneys are weak and disor disordered.
dered. disordered. Thousands testify that Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills have a reviving action on
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What this remedy has done in so
many cases of this kind is the best
proof of its merit.
Read the following. It's testi testimony
mony testimony gratefully given by a residnet
of this locality:
Mrs. J. A. Shannon, 1009 E. Court
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that made it impossible for me to
rest well. I used Doan's Kidney
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The uiriersiarne.l. J. M. Thomas, a?
trustee in barikru j-tcv of the estate of
K. P. Rer.tz anl K. P. Rentz & Sons,
hereby zives not :; that pursuant to
an or.'ler ma.le on the l.'th day of No November.
vember. November. A. I. 1 :1 3. by the Hon. Chas.
S. Adams, referee in bankruptcy in the
matter of K. P. Un:z and K. P. Itentz
fc tons. bankrupts. pending in the
I'nifed Statt-s r:.-trict Oour: for the
southern District of Florida, he will
on
Friday, the oth Day of December,
1913. at 10 O'Clock A. M.
at the sale? stables of H. J. Nichols on
p.road way street in the city of Ocala.
Marion county. Florida. oftVr for .aie
an? sell to the highest and bst bidder
for cash, forty-four 1 J mu !.. with
carts, "narness and equipment, or s
much thereof as may remain unsold at
that time. Said mules mav be inspect inspected
ed inspected at the stables of Tompkins .V- Cobb
and at the stables of H. J. Nichols in
Oeala. 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 E. P. Rentz & Sons. Bank Bankrupts.
rupts. Bankrupts. 11-22-tf dly

RAISED TREE TO HANG SELF

Sinister French Wit Leaves Freak
Will, Calling for Celebration
Around Coffin.
Paris. Gedeon Silvestre was recent recently
ly recently found hanging at Chateauneufdu Chateauneufdu-Rhone
Rhone Chateauneufdu-Rhone from an acacia tree, which he
himself had planted a few years ago.
Silvestre was a renowned practical
joker, so that when he told a friena at
the time of the planting of the tree
that his intention was to hang himself
upon it when he grew tired of life, lit little
tle little attention was paid to the words.
Those who discovered the body of
the man were amazed to find that the
suicide had inscribed upon the trunk
of the tree: "I trained you to grow
tall and straight in your youthful days
so that you might support me in my
later days."
Silvestre's will was worthy of the
sinister type of wit which character characterized
ized characterized him. It left $525 to be equally di divided
vided divided among the carpenter who would
make his coffin, the gravedigger, and
the members of a bowling club. The
condition attached to the last legacy
was that the bowlers should play a
championship game over the testator's
grave.
Another sum was left to a number
of friends in order that they might
hold, revel and enjoy a feast around
the coffin. Silvestre expressly stipu stipulated
lated stipulated that at the conclusion of this
"celebration" a- farewell song should
be sung by the company.
All these bizarre wishes were ful fulfilled.
filled. fulfilled. HURLS BABE FROM WINDOW
Girl Employe, Mother While at Work,
Throws Child Four Floors
to Death.
Philadelphia. After giving birth to
a girl baby while at work in a factory
at 210 South Second street, Lizzie Pre Pre-ole,
ole, Pre-ole, nineteen years old, wrapped the
infant in her apron and hurled it from
the fourth story window to an alley in
the rear.
Several men employed in a restau restaurant
rant restaurant adjoining the factory saw the girl
throw the bundle out of the window,
and on investigating found that it con contained
tained contained the child, which was still alive.
The infant was taken into a restaurant
and later to the Pennsylvania hospital,
where it died.
The girl had been employed in the
box factory for a number of years,
and appeared to be in good health
when she reported, for work. The girl
was taken to the hospital, where she
is in a serious condition.
SENTENCE MAN TO 150 YEARS
New Mexico Murderer Received Long Longest
est Longest Penalty on Record Killed
His Paramour.
Estancia, N. M. Probably the long longest
est longest sentence ever meted out to a
murderer in a New Mexico court was
imposed by Judge Edward L. Medler
in the district court here when he ac accepted
cepted accepted .Tustiano Moya's plea of guilty
of murder in the second degree, and
sentenced him to the state prison
for not less than 150 years and not
more than 160 years.
Moya killed his paramour at Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard three months ago. crushing his
victim's head with an ax.
$150 Diamond Found in Chicken Crop.
West Orange, Sr. J. In preparing a
chicken for the dinner, Mrs. G. Mo
Lauglilin of this town found a dia diamond,
mond, diamond, valued at $150, in its crop.
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 Bakery. 11-5-ti
Ocala Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods and Stock and
Poultry Powders. W keep
on hand all the time:
Beef Scrap,
Blood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Charcoal,
Scratch Food,
Wheat,
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Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
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Flower Pots.
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Undertaking Office 47

SEX SECRECY PERIL

School Conference Speaker Ad- j
vocates Education as Cure, j
Sees the Religious Aspect and De-
clarts That the Will to Do the
Right Should Go With the
Knowledge of the Right.
Buffalo. N. Y. Representatives of
the many boards of education, who
were here gathering hints for the
teaching of sex hygiene in the high
schools at the International Congress
on School Hygiene, displayed much In Interest
terest Interest In an address on "The Social
Emergency," delivered by Dr. Wil William
liam William T. Foster, president of Reed col college,
lege, college, and also president of the Pacific
Coast Federation for Sex Hygiene. Dr.
Foster said in part:
"Many generations have joined In
the 'conspiracy of science' In matters
pertaining to sex and reproduction.
The result is widespread ignorance of
matters of the utmost importance to
the individual and the race ignorance
of which many good people are proud.
During these generations in which the
home, the church and the school have
withheld the truth from young people,
other agencies have been busy dis disseminating
seminating disseminating falsehoods. Having almost
no opportunity to hear sex and matri matrimony
mony matrimony discussed with reverence, our
young people have almost invariably
heard these subjects discussed with
vulgarity.
"Partly as a result of all this has
come the general acceptance of the
double standard of morality which has
bitterly condemned the girl made her
an outcast of society and excused the
boy for the same offence on the spe specious
cious specious plea of physiological necessity.
With the sanction of this double
standard, tacitly accepted by society,
the majority of men have grown up in
indulgence and have developed habits
which are, or which they believe to
be, beyond their control. Millions of
men who recognize no law In sex life
but their own appetites are thus con contributed
tributed contributed to us by the past. They are
factors in the present situation and
must be reckoned with.
"As a matter of fact the educational
phases of social reform are of most
immediate importance. Nothing can
so profitably occupy the attention of
social hygiene societies as the educa education
tion education of the public.
"No aspects are more Important
than those concerning morals and re religion.
ligion. religion. The restraining fear of dis disease
ease disease may and probably will be thrown
off by science. Whether education in
scientific aspects of the subject will
do good or harm in a given case de depends
pends depends on the extent to which moral
and religious ideals control the con conduct
duct conduct of the individual. The inade
quacy of mere information in matters
of sex is painfully evident. To the
knowledge of what is right must be
added the will to do the right. All
the other aspects of the social emer emergency
gency emergency treated with superhuman wis wisdom
dom wisdom would still leave the greatest
problem unsolved. As moral and re religious
ligious religious instruction is the dominant
educational need of the present gener generation,
ation, generation, so the moral and religious as aspects
pects aspects cf sex problems transcend the
others in importance.
"To attempt to deal with sex aspects
of school hygiene, as though these
problems were distinct from other
phases of the social emergency is to
invite failure from the start. The
union of the American Federation for
Sex Hygiene and the American Vigi Vigilance
lance Vigilance association is a step in the right
direction, for it gives promise of see seeing
ing seeing the social emergency clearly and
seeing it whole."
KILL HUSBAND AS WIFE PRAYS
Bandits Shoot St. Louis Saloonkeeper
Dead as He Resists Them Se Secure
cure Secure no Money.
St. Louis, Mo. While his wife on
her knees piteously begged them to
empty the cash register, but to spare
her husband's life, two bandits shot
and killed Stephen Lukos, a saloon saloonkeeper
keeper saloonkeeper here, and escaped without tak taking
ing taking a penny from the open caah
drawer.
The deed was committed shortly be before
fore before midnight as Lukos was counting
his cash preparatory to closing up the
saloon. One person who was in the
saloon fled In terror as the bandits
entered. At their command of "Hands
up!" the saloonkeeper grappled with,
the smaller of the two robbers, while
the larger highwayman stood over
them with ready gun. The battle last lasted
ed lasted several minutes and brought the
man from one end of the bar to the
other, Mrs. Lukos screaming, crying
and praying all the time. Finally the
smaller highwayman wrenched him himself
self himself free. As the saloonkeeper reach reached
ed reached for his gun the larger highway highwayman
man highwayman killed him.
GOLF BALL BURST; EYE IS OUT
Son of Assistant United States At Attorney
torney Attorney Hawken at Washington,
D. C, Is Victim.
Washington. An explosive golf ball
may cost the sight of Stafford Haw Hawken,
ken, Hawken, the twelve-year-old son of Assist Assistant
ant Assistant State's Attorney Hawken. The
boy is in the hospital, where the phy physicians
sicians physicians declare the sight of his right
eye is destroyed, but they hope to
save the other eye.
Acid in the core of the golf ball ex exploded
ploded exploded while the lad was engaged in
seeking to discover the ball's composition.

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TIME
LOCK
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By CHARLES EDMONDS WALK
Author of "The Silver Blade,"
The Paternoster Ruby," etc.
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(Continued from
Page)
CHAPTER II.
On the Stroke of the Hour.
A perpetual mien of impassivity
which effectively repulsed advances ;
or familiarities on the part of the j
strangers and pereons whom he dis- i
liked, was perhaps Rudolph Van Vech- :
ten's most noticeable physical char-1
acteristic; for an impassive face, and
the ease of manner which customarily I
accompanies it, is due to one of two i
things: Either a set of sympathetic
emotions that are sadly atrophied, or
else an acquired self-control so habit
ual that every genuine feeling is per-

fecUy masked. In either case habit is pitch that he left his third cocktail un un-not
not un-not long in asserting itself. And it tasted.

has been shown that Mr. Rudolph Van
Vechten wae capable of being startled
and astonished.
On the present occasion, therefore.
At That Instant the Clock in the Hall
Began Striking Ten.
he did not long permit his amazement
to flaunt itself. Quite soon he was
the same imperturbed individual whose
presence had surprised the club at attendant
tendant attendant a few minutes previously.
It occurred to him by and by that
while he had missed witnessing the
stranger's entrance into the House of
Mystery, it did not necessarily follow
that he must fail to see him when he
emerged. Sooner or later the man
must depart.
Van Vechten was eminently well
qualified to wait, since all his energies,
and such ambition as he possessed,
were directed toward that most labori laborious
ous laborious of all tasks, "killing time;" despite
which, backed by a considerable fer fertility
tility fertility of invention, most of the min minutes
utes minutes of each passing day flitted by.
leaving him more bored than ever. So
he resolved to keep his station at the
window all day if necessary and sat satisfy
isfy satisfy his curiosity respecting the man's
general appearance.
The first twenty minutes or bo were
alleviated by a lively anticipation that
the door would open almost any mo moment,
ment, moment, and the man come forth; but
nothing of the kind happened. The
house remained as still as it had been
for months. Not a blind was raised;
no sign of life was manifest.
Then the watcher began to grow
restless. As the minutes ticked off

and nothing occurred, he glanced at I Catarrh Remedy is not a quack
his watch with increasing frequency.? medicine. It was prescribed by one
Presently he rose and went over to a I of the best physicians in this country
push-button, upon which he pressed J? yea. and a .reutlar Prescnp Prescnp-v
v Prescnp-v . f. i tion. It is composed of the best ton-
wnh unnecessary violence afterwards pg known comb,ned with the best
hastening back to the window under a bocd purifiers actil,g directly on

sudden apprenension mat me
might take advantage of his brief in-
attentivei-ess to vanish as the feilow
had caught him napping before.
A cocktail was presently set beside
him upon a tabouret; he gulped it
down, then lighted a cigarette which
he began to smoke feverishly. But he
tossed it away after a puff or two; he
had smoked too much the night be before,
fore, before, and the tempered spirits couii
not remove the furry taste from his
tongue.
Another glance at his watch; near nearly
ly nearly an hour had he waited, for it was
now ten minutes to ten. Would th
fellow never appear?
And then Van Vechten's attention
was all at once diverted. He had or ordered
dered ordered and consumed a second cock cocktail,
tail, cocktail, and was attempting a fresh cigar cigarette,
ette, cigarette, when he paused, the blazing
match suspended in mid-air.
He saw another and quite different
stranger approaching along the oppo opposite
site opposite walk. He knew instinctively thit
this could not be the first man, but his
manner copied that worthy's so pre-
i .v t-. i- v,
csely that .n echten was con
strained to watch him instead of main-
taining his unprofitable vigil.
He lighted his cigarette, flipped th
match away, and waited.
This second individual was walkin
hesitantly, just as the other had done, i
and also seemed to be devoting his at-
tention to the house numbers.
He paueed before the house across
the way. There could be no doubt but
which was only imperfectly outlined
upon the red-curtained fanlight. Then
that he was searching for the number,
abruptly all signs of hesitation van van-hed
hed van-hed from bis bearing; he went de-

terminedly up the steps ana rang "tne
tell.
At that very instant the clock in the
hall began striking ten.
First of all, Van Vechten was struck
ty this coincidence. Even before in inventorying
ventorying inventorying the man's semblance, he
asked himself how many had preceded
him; how many were yet to come. And
how did they time their arrival so
nicely?
There had been something furtive
about the second fellow's admittance admittance-Van
Van admittance-Van Vechten recalled; not particularly
cn the man's part, hut suggested rath rather
er rather by the narrow crack which the open
door at first disclosed, making one
think that the chain had not been re released
leased released until after a parley. And then
the aperture had widened only enougii
for the visitor to squeeze his bulk
through, whereupon the door had
promptly banged shut. Van Vechten
retained merely a sense of absolute
darkness beyond the threshold; not
the slightest glimpse had he caught

of servant or attendant. The door
might have been tended by invisible
hands.
Again he asked himself: Would the
Incident be repeated in another hour?
The wait between ten and eleven
o'clock dragged with moet exasperat exasperating
ing exasperating slowness; but the self-appointed
watcher's interest was at such high
As the hour approached, he darted
quick glances along the street in an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of a new arrival. And sure
enough, at a minute or two before the
tour, here came a third muscular, reeo-lute-looking
young man, not over-fas-tidiously
attired, who was scanning
the house numbers as intently as his
two predecessors had done.
And just as the chimes In the hall
began tolling eleven, he mounted the
steps and rang the bell.
Van Vechten scarcely breathed, so
intently was he following the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings across the street. As before, the
door was opened perhaps an inch, a
brief colloquy patently ensued, then
the gap widened barely enough for the
young man to 6queeze through. And
also as before, the door was slammed
without Van Vechten obtaining the
least glimpse of whatever mysteries
might lie beyond.
By now he was taking account of
time only with reference to Number
1313. He was in such a state of mind
that he forgot that he was tired and
sleepy, or that he ever had been bored.
Other club members the few unfor unfortunates
tunates unfortunates anchored to the city were be beginning
ginning beginning to drop in, but Van Vechten
was too intent to give any of them
particular notice until Tom Phinney
arrived.
It was impossible to ignore Tom
Phinney. Not that Van Vechten want wanted
ed wanted to, because he didn't as a rule.
Their friendship antedated their col college
lege college days; which was odd enough if
one cared to- sum up the differences
between their two characters. Tom
Phinney, never celebrated for his wit,
was once inspired to epigram by an
appreciation of these tempermental
dissimilarities, and as his utterance is
not without pith it i3 worth quoting.
He confided to his right-hand neigh neighbor
bor neighbor at a certain formal dinner: "Rud "Ruddy
dy "Ruddy not only belongs to a half of the
world that's not wise to how the other
half lives, but it's the half that doesn't
care a rap and would be tired to death
if you tried to tell it."
With a lazy lifting of one slender
hand. Van Vechten arrested Phinney's
noisy progress across the lounging lounging-room.
room. lounging-room. As soon as Tom comprehended
who was hailing him, his good-humored
expression died away w;th com comical
ical comical rapidity, a look of mingled amaze amazement
ment amazement and alarm taking its place.
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"Moses and green spectacles!" he
voiced in astonishment. "You! Out
of bed this time of day? Sunday, too:"
He hurried to his friend's side and ex
amined him critically.
"Seen a doctor yet? Tou'd better. If
you're not able 111 go fetch old Pottle
sleeps here, you know."
These remarks were ignored.
"Draw up a chair," was the response
"no, not that stuffy one; it makes
me perspire only to look at it the wil willow
low willow rocker."
Tom did precisely as he was direct directed.
ed. directed. "Well?" he grunted, eyeing Van
Vechten with a concern that was only
half simulated. But in a moment he
felt his gaze impelled to follow his
friend's.
"What's up?" he demanded, staring
hard even belligerently at the silent
House of Mystery.
Van Vechten listlessly consulted his
watch, stifled a yawn, and then said:
"Twenty-two minutes to twelve. Ill
lay you a hundred that while the

Still There Was Something About Her
That Teased and Perplexed Him.
clock's striking the hour a chap -will
go up that stoop, ring the bell and be
admitted."
"What do you mean?" bluntly.
"Been tipped off to anything about our
House of Mystery?" the second ques question
tion question with kindling interest.
The other, however, shook his head.
"The bet's a fair one," he 6aid. And
he repeated it. "You are always so
devilish hard up that I thought you
would like to pick up a hundred. You
can take it or leave it."
"Oh, I'll take you fast enough," Tom
made haste to agree. "Your money's
'ac good as anybody's. But sit here till
noon? I don't think! I haven't break breakfasted
fasted breakfasted yet."
"You pamper that gross appetite of
yours. We ll breakfast together. There
will be something to talk about, who whoever
ever whoever wins; for, truly, something is
happening across the way at last."
Tom was immediately all eager in inquiry,
quiry, inquiry, but to his importunities Van
Vechten opposed the one injunction
"Wait." So Tom grumbled and growled
to no purpose, and was in and out of
his chair a dozen times during the
period of waiting, though he made it a
point to settle himself there some min minutes
utes minutes before the hour of noon. He sat
glowering darkly at his friend and ut uttering
tering uttering sarcastic remarks which the
latter apparently did not hear.
However, the alert watchfulness that
lay behind Van Vechten's imperturb imperturbability
ability imperturbability was infectious, and as the preg pregnant
nant pregnant moment drew nearer and nearer
Tom himself fell to scanning the
street, -which was quiet and oppres oppressively
sively oppressively respectable, and never crowded
with traffic of any sort, even on work workdays.
days. workdays. On Sundays it was practically
deserted all day long especially mid midsummer
summer midsummer Sundays.
There was no word from Van Vech Vechten
ten Vechten until he quietly announced:
"Here he comes."
Tom Phinney craned forward. He
beheld a stalwart, well set-up young
man in a shabby suit, approaching on
the opposite walk. He scrutinized him
intently.
Excepting that it was so nicely
timed, there was nothing dramatic
about the man's advent. Tom even in
dulged in a disdainful "Huh!" not-j
withstanding which he was sensible of
a distinct thrill when, a few seconds
later, the young man mounted the
steps of Number 1313, rang'the bell,!
and after the now familiar preliminary ;
measures cn the part of the unseen
dcor-Knder, was admitted.
And all the while the clock in the
club hall was chiming the hour of j
neon. ;
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