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The Ocala evening star
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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 0
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SUMTER COUNTY'S

pended nearby a handsome bunch of : from the Monarch grove at Wild- fill a bushel basket. Here, tGO. were1

native bananas grown

O. 3. wooJ. a large sign telling that they more Irish potatoes, as fine as one :

SUPERB If!

Splendid Display at the Marion
County Fair by Our Neighbor
to the South

Ecgue. of Oxford, some of the fruit came from the largest grove Jn the would care to se?.
ripe ani some green. A card on this world. The box of navals got a rib-1 A sheepskin demonstrated the
bunch told that it was grown at Ox- bon. The pineapple oranges in this fact that we can grow wool here too.
fori on high pine land. A box of j collection were particularly fine, but Here was also a splendid display of
extra large lemons and a new va- ; failed to draw the blue ribbon, soil from the Warm Spring ham ham-riety
riety ham-riety of oranges destined to become probably on account of the packing, mock, sent by J. W. Wicker, of Cole-

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the public, was exhibited by Mr. ; from this grove.

Predgen, of Linden. Perhaps the A large sign saying, "From Sweet red ribbon.

I large handsome cluster of grapefruit Old Sumter," was verified by a dis- Florida one

f the grapefruit man. showing the different elas of
soils of. that section. This drew a

People who imagined
continuous sand bei

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say on different occasions that he
would be willing to take as his share
of the profits the culled and waste
lumber of the mill, and he proved
conclusively that if there-was a mar mar-ket
ket mar-ket for the same here he would soon
bo in 'epenientljr wealthy.

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(Bushnell Times)
The fair at Ocala last week was a
pronounced success. While held un under
der under the name of the Marion County
Fair, and under the direction of the
Marion County Fair Association,
three other counties had been invit invited
ed invited to participate. Sumter county had
not decided to accept the invitation
until a few days before the opening
of the fair, and practically all our
exhibit was gotten together, ar arranged
ranged arranged for and secured within one
week. Most of it was really done
wihin three days.
To the Bushnell board of trade
belongs the credit of securing the
exhibit which proved to be a splen splendid
did splendid advertisement for the county.
Of course, no one desires to create
the impression that the Bushne'll
board of trade accomplished the suc success
cess success of the Sumter county part of
the fair, but had it not been for the

hanging nearby, and for which J. play of some fine cane syrup. W. ; were indeed surprised at this ex ex-M.
M. ex-M. Archibald, of Center Hill, carried A. Collins, of Bushnell, being one of hibit.
away a red ribbon, was one of the those sending syrup for this display,! The exhibit of Dasheen attracted

most aamirel exnioits at the fair. now nas a Diue riacon. n woun m-:a great aeai ot attention, ani .Mr.

There was also near

pretty cluster or ora

against the wall.' The entire walls syrup in this collection, too; several j making known the wonderful qual
were tastefully decorate! with Sum- 1 exhibits. jities of the plant.

, oers, wnose wives nave pieagea tn
this point a ( deed have to be fine syrup that could jT. D. Duren (we think the D stands sapport to the gs boyCott campai
mges hanging j have beat it. There was other good : for Dasheen) was very energetic in wnicn is being waed to reduce t

Secretary of State's Wife a Leader
in the High Cost of
Living Strike

Washington, Dec. 6. Eggs are to
be banished from the tables in the
homes of nearly all the cabinet mem members,
bers, members, whose wives have pledged their

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being waged to reduce the

price. One of the first to give her

approval and join the movement .was

SUMTKll COUNTY.
MKDICAL SOCIETY

ter county palm leaves and palmetto xext was a large board coverelj Capt. D. H. Baker also had uponjMrs William Jennings Bryan, wife

fans, festooned with bamboo

sprays of moss.

and i with splendid photographic views of

i Bushnell and vicinity from the Al-

Dr. Shelton, of Bushnell, had on j ton Carpenter Art Studio of Bush Bush-display
display Bush-display some very fine pumpkins j nell. Among these were pictures of
further down the line, and a card j the new court house as it appeared
told the interested public that1 a week ago, pictures of fishing
"Bushnell is some Pumpkin," and scenes one representing a two
further "that these pumpkins make j hours' catch of fifteen trout weigh weigh-ihe
ihe weigh-ihe best potato pies ever." Dr. Shel-! ing 85 pounds from Jumper's Lake,
ten has the red ribbon for this ex-.J Speaking of pictures, the large wa wa-hibit.
hibit. wa-hibit. Here also more products of j ter color painting of the new court
the farm in the way of a fine collec- j house was prominently displayed
tion of Irish- and sweet potatoes, j near the beginning of the exhibits.
Show that Sumter county's are lim- D. L. Belton, of Sumterville, had
itless, next was shown a very large a fine display of handles made at his
root of cassava, sent by Mr. Bogue factory at that place. Of course, this

this table the test exhibit of cow

of the. secretary of state.

peas to be found anywhere.. They j Any subject that touches the
were the "Unknown" variety, an1home touches the heart of every

woman, whoever she is," is what
Mrs. Bryan told Mrs. Ellis Logan, a
leader in the boycott movement here

easily got a blue ribbon

But the exhibit that probably at attracted
tracted attracted more attention than any
other in the whole fair was the bean

jwhen she called upon Mrs. Bryan to

display from Center Hill. There was obtain her support. Mrs. Bryan as

two crates of fine string beans in a sured Mrs, Logan she was in thoro
large picture frame under-a card accord with the movement.

wnicn reaa: w no saia Deans: Pniinn-iiKr mk Wr-i-or'c lnoH noar

from Oxford. A card told that this j display took a blue ribbon, too. Mr.

interest taken in the enterprise by was also grown on high pine land i Belton being on the grounds Friday,

this body and the starting of the J without fertilixers, and that one disposed of his exhibit for cash and

acre of cassava would feed one cow, : got orders for many more.

"Beans is money at Center Hill." ly all the other cabinet wives have
where numerous recent telegrams joined the sffort to bring lower egg

snowing me oean saies ior tne past prices. Pledges have been obtain-

two or three days at Center Hill, I e(j from Mrs. Lindlev M. Garrison.

and a handsome check to prove the

results. When other places are with without
out without truck. Center Hill is daily ship-

and one hog for one year. Mr. j Messrs. McRainey and Bridges under glass, as suggested by some.wife of the secretary of labor

Bogue has a red ribbon for this cas-i showed some beautiful crates, the

sava; he would have taken first j product of their crate mill at Wild Wild-prize
prize Wild-prize if size alone had been consider- i wood.This display easily took the

ball to rolling we would have had no
exhibit at all. After the matter was
commenced the various towns and
communities of the county took ac active
tive active interest, and we have every rea

son to feel proud of old Sumter in.d, but someone else had another j blue ribbon

her first efforts at this kind of busi business.
ness. business. We want it to be remembered
that in a lage measure we acted
without experience, and the whole
exhibit was hurriedly "jumped up,"
evidenced what we can do if we go

at the matter in a systematic way. cellent pinders; they brought anoth- j Gant, of Webster, had somo excel-! besides beans

the fair, all returning well pleased.

wife of the secretary of war; Mrs

Albert S. Burleson, wife of the post postmaster
master postmaster general; Mrs. David F. Hous-

ping1 beans at eight dollars per crate. !ton, wife of the secretary of agricul-

To, prove that they are not raised tUre, and Mrs. William B. Wilson,

there were photographs of several a monster petition is being pre-

bean; fields taken on Monday. Mr. : pared, with which Congress is to be

J. M. Archibald was right there to 'stormed by Mrs? Logan and her co-

Bushnell Times: Drs. R. C. Hub Hubbard
bard Hubbard of Bushnell, Herman Watson
of Webster, Clyde Carter and A. B.
Albritton of Wildwood, and W. C.
Johnson of Coleman, met in the

county judge's office here last Wed

nesday evening and organized the

Sumter County Medical Society. Dr.

R. C. Hubbard was elected president,

Dr. A. B. Albritton, vice president
and Dr. Hermon Watson, secretary.

SATISFIED EVERYBODY

IX CITRUS
Inverness Chronicle: Without
any doubt the Ocala fair was a pro pronounced
nounced pronounced success, and all in this sec section
tion section are loud in their praises of
every department. Many went from
here, and we have yet to hear of a
dissatisfied person. County fairs do
much towards building up a county,
and they should be encouraged in
ever yway possible.

BAKER'S NEW BUICK

Coming down the : tell all about it, and he certainly im-; workers. It is expected that by

variety of this wonderful product i substantial feed products. Vv H. pressed the people who came. Of Monday night more than fie thou thou-which
which thou-which is said to contain a greater j Bradford, of Oxford, received a bluecourse, these beans took first prize, jsand names will have been signed to
percentage of starch. j ribbon for the best pea ;ne baled 'Also there was lettuce from Center j the document. Mrs. Logan declares
Hanging from the wall near this hay. County Commissioner Baker plill, which took first and second! that alrsady fifteen thousand Wash Wash-fine
fine Wash-fine cassava were some splendid pin-'also of Oxford, had some splendid prize. Green peas were there to show,;ington housewives have joined the

R. I that Center Hill raised other things movement. It is planned, the club-

Mr. Archibald was j women say, to impress Congress with

who

Bushnell Times: Mr. D. H. Baker
has found it necessary to jdin the
list of automobile owners. He has
a late model Buick touring car, and
Mr. D. H. Baker, his son, accom accompanied
panied accompanied Capt. Baker 'here Monday
and Wednesday, driving the car.

HEAVY LOSS TO A
CITIZEN OF CENTER HILL

der vine?, full as could stick of ex- i crab grass hay in bales, and J.

Bushnell. There were nuite a lot of Center Hill displayed four bales of; Hill's exhibit. Mr. T. W. Smith alsojbrins about lower food prices.

of i lent hay one bale. Mr. Fulks. of! the live wire

got up Center -the need for legislation that will

We have not space to give account
of. the entire fair, and will merely
give some of Sumter's exhibit.
Entering the argicultural building
one found Sumter" occupying the
space on the right side (excepting a
portion of a table devoted to pota potatoes
toes potatoes from Marion county). A large
sign greeted the eye and invitation
in plain letters:. "Come to Sumter
County."
First upon the display benches

one observed the splendid riDDon
cane sent to the fair by W. C. Park Parker
er Parker of St. Catherine. This was an ev ev-dence
dence ev-dence of the sweetness of Sumter to
begin with, and this bundle of cane
took second premium. Al premiums
were for first or second best over all
exhibits of same articles or classes
in the entire fair, a blue ribon repre representing
senting representing first prize and a red ribbon
representing second prize.
Close to the fine bundle of cane
was a watermelon, to show that not notwithstanding
withstanding notwithstanding the lateness of the
year we can have watermelons in
Sumter. The melon got a blue rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. Xext down the aisle was a fine
display of oranges, arranged in tri triangle
angle triangle piles, consisting of several va varieties,
rieties, varieties, including tangerines, and a
fine limb from a kumquat tree heav heavily
ily heavily laden with fruit. Then followed
an exhibit of corn in ears and other
smaller plants. Displayed upon the
table near by was a choice selection
of eggplants, and these latter got a
blue ribbon for W. F. Xobles, of

other pinders with the Sumter ex-j hay which took a red ribbon. The
hibit displayed in jars and in bulk, i velvet bean was not forgotten, and a
A card saying "When Sumter j a large bean crate was filled with

hands you a lemon, it is some lem- the picking from one vine.

on." attracted a great deal of com

ment, especially when the size of the
lemons under the card was consid considered.
ered. considered. They were exceptionally large
and one was cut in half to show that
they were as full of meat as they
were large. Mr. Archibald, of Cen Center
ter Center Hill, displayed these lemons.
County Commissioner J. T. Williams
here showed a bundle of the finest
"fodder" ever, and also a lot of fine
chufas.
From "Fairy Island Grove," own owned
ed owned by Z. C. Chambliss, of Ocala, and

located on the river, was a fine dis display
play display of choicest oranges. They would
delight the eye of any fruit fan fancier.
cier. fancier. By the side of this exhibit was
two whole boxes of pretty oranges
and two half boxes of tangerines,
sent in by Mr. D. H. Baker from his
Wandermere grove at Orange Home.
Xo one who saw these beautiful tan tangerines
gerines tangerines felt at all surprised to see
them get a blue ribbon.
Xext down the line was a great
exhibit of sugar cane. A card told
that this cane grew nineteen and
thirteen stalks from one eye or joint
and the cane as it was dug up was
there to prove the truth of the as assertion.
sertion. assertion. This wonderful cane, which
was of large size and splendidly
jointed, came from Center Hill. Mr.
Akins, of St. Catherine, also had
some extraordinary cane near this

deserves much credit for his faithful
assistance at the fair.
An important feature of this ex exhibit
hibit exhibit was the display of preserves,

At this place one turned to look j jelliesj jams, etc., made by the .ladies
at the exhibits cn the long table of Sumter county. Several blue rib rib-down
down rib-down the center. To the lover of bons were taken away. Mrs. J. W.
sport and fishing a most pleasing j Persons of Oxford, sent up eight jars
sight greeted the eye. Encased in; of preserves and got five blue rib-

AXOTHEIf. NARROW ESCAPE

blocks of ice were strings of beau beautiful
tiful beautiful trout, hooked by the skill of
Judge T. H. Wicker, of Coleman,
who went out one moring and pick picked
ed picked out a few beauties just to show show-that
that show-that we can select our fish even in
Sumter. A large" card over these fish
told that they came from Lake Pan Pan-soffkee,
soffkee, Pan-soffkee, "the poor man's smoke
house." 0n the reverse side of this
card it was stated that Sumter

county was the "Sportsman's Para Paradise,"
dise," Paradise," and a large fox quirrell,
shown by C. B. Harrison, of Bush Bushnell,
nell, Bushnell, was evidence of some of the
game in the county.
On this table appeared beautiful
green peppers sent in by C. J. Wood Woodward,
ward, Woodward, of Bushnell, which easily took
first prize.. More corn sent in by A.
P. R. Churchill and W. D. Hey, of
Webster, proved that "we are not be behind
hind behind in the matter of corn produc production.
tion. production. Large turnips also evidenced
the fact that we grow "garden sass."

bons. Mrs. James Xairn, of Bush Bushnell,
nell, Bushnell, richly deserved and won blue
ribbons on preserves and jellies. Mr.
C. B. Bridges, of Coleman, won sev several
eral several blue ribbons. Mrs. C. G. Lam Lam-breaux,
breaux, Lam-breaux, of Center Hill, also got one
on jellies.
Mr. H. A. Martin, of Oxford, sent
a pair of fine young hogs, O. I. C,
less than eight months old. They
were beauties and attracted much
attention.
In the poultry department Capt.
D. H. Baker was again in evidence,
winning four blue ribbons and two
red ones. His fowls were exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally fine.
We should not overlook the fact
that Mr. J. W. McClamma demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated something of the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of Sumter county in the hard hardwood
wood hardwood line and took on a blue rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. The ladies room in the fair was
remembered by Sumter county. In
this department we fared well. Mrs.

Rutland, of Bushnell, took a

Bushnell. Passing cn.down the line lot: it was perhaps the longest cane

ve saw a handsome box of grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit exhibiteed by W. A. King, of
the Outlet and a fine box of oranges.
Here also was a gool sample of tan tangerines
gerines tangerines and other oranges sent in by
Mr. Crow of Coleman.
A big sign, "Xo Frost." attracted
much attention, and as evidence of
the fact there were large, full-grown

in the exhibition from any place.
Xear this" place wa.s exhibitel many
sr lendii r.hotographic views of Web Webster,
ster, Webster, ani the splendid new school
house attracted much favorable
comment. These pictures were there
by the kin lness of OleU Brothers.

r.f Webster.

Going on down the aisle one was

leaves of banana plants, and sus- caught with the display of oranges

They were tops and all.

A unique display was a mammoth j F. L

sweet potato markei "A Sumter j blue ribbon on a charcoal sketch.
County Infant." 60 days old. Xear-; and Mrs. J. G. Lamereux, of Center
by, too, was a beautiful display of) Hill on an oil painting. Miss Cecile
sweet potatoes sent by Mr. MarrorlyJ Anderson, of Bushnell, received a
ot Center Hill, and mftrkei -"0 days blue ribbon on a table cover, which
from planting. These took a red rib-! was a beautiful piece of work. 5?ev 5?ev-bon.
bon. 5?ev-bon. In the sweet potato line Cole-:eral of the ladies of Webster took
man was right up with the proofs-! blue ribons on quilts, fancy work,
sion. W. R. Yarborough exhibited etc.. among them being Mrs. M. D.
samples of the "Tye Perry" variety Clements, Mrs. J. L. Wiggins, Mrs.
which by actual measurement iro- Eddy and Mrs. C. J. Thompson. Mrs.
duced on one acre of high pine land L. D. Belton. of Sumterville. had a
without working, 100 bushels, j very pretty piece of work there, as
Eight potatoes sent by Mr. Carruth-j
ers, of Coleman, were sufficient to (Concluded on Page Four)

Miami Man, Having Dodged South
Sea Cannibals, Also Missed a
Plunge Into Matrimony
Miami, Dec. 6. Believing that
her fiance, John Mills, was eaten by
cannibals in the South Sea Islands,
according to newspaper reports she
read, Miss Lynn wood Waters mar married
ried married R. C. Jester, of Woodruff, S. C.
Immediately after she received a
cablegram from Mills that he escap escaped
ed escaped from the cannibals and is on his
waj- to claim her as his bride.

OCALA MAN IN BUSINESS
IN ST. AUGUSTINE

C. O. Fox Has Purchased,, a Big Durg
Store in the Ancient City
St. Augustine Record: Announce Announcement
ment Announcement of an important business deal
was made this morning by which C.
O. Fox of Ocala acquires the Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson Theater Pharmacy from the
Jefferson Theater Pharmacy Com Company.
pany. Company. Mr. Fox took charge this
morning. He is an experienced
druggist and for several years has

Bushnell Times: J. M. Archibald'
of Center Hill had the misfortune to
lose his barn and entire contents by
fire about 1 o'clock Saturday morn morning.
ing. morning. Only the stock was saved. The -loss
was over $2,000; no insurances insurances-Origin,
Origin, insurances-Origin, of fire unknown.

COAST LINE'S TIME CARD

The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now In effect. It
is as follows:
Southbound
Xo. 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.
Xo. 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 at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
X'o. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg 8 a. m.
Northbound
Xo. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m..
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
Xo. 10 leaves Leesbarg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
Xo. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives

been on the road for a big drug

house. He plans many improvements! Jacksonville at 6:30 p. in.

gustine.

WASTING OUR WEALTH

ORDITt OF EASTERN STAR

Oc: a Jhapter, Xo. 29, O E. S.,
rneett : 1 Tcnge's Hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the

Inverness Chronicle: A leading third Friday afternoon at ":20, of

tomato grower of the county says be each month.
never made anything to speak of on j Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W 51.
his crop until his girls learnei the; Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.

canning art. There is no question:
but what the saving of the so-called Watch for Little's chewing gum.
culls is worthy of the attention of There are "strings" attached. One
every grower. It is said that the string will make you the owner of a
West & Reeves Co. have at least fine horse, buggy and harness. Can
$-500,000 invested in their mill be found at Tompkins & Cobb's
plant, and we have heard 'Mr. West stables. 12-l-6t

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Goldman's Prices Add to the Pleasure ot Gift Buying.
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 Pins, Brooch Pins from 5Cc to $5.
Solid Gold and Genuine Diamond Rings fom $5 to $200.
Our Watches are well worth considering. Look them over and compare our prices with others.
We also have a few unredeemed Pledges of every description.

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K. of P. meet Monday riiht.

City election Tuesday.

Elks meet Tuesday evening.

The Star hopes that cur people
v. Ill hee l Fecretary Itooney's call

; for a rally, an help out the people
j v. iio are d'Anz such goo I public roal
v.-orfc in the south. end of the coua coua-!
! coua-! ty. These people are helping Oeala

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a.-; well as helping themselves,
Odd fellows meet Tuesday night. we will be helping oarselves
i helping them.

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Board of Trade We Ir.es lay night.

DISTRICT EI WORTH

ir.e meeting

'tnfi.'-ra "r fi;::i

attended. Nearly
of the club 7 're p

her of their I'ri

conversation, smoking an 1 listening
to speeches. The club possesses a
number of good speakers an:l it is
both pleasant and r.rofitable to listen
to them.

all i 'a mpm

-enr. a:.-o a n-jm-

Moose meet Thursday evening.
F. U. of A. mets Thursday night.

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About ::" "srub call' was

LEAGUE COXEEHEXCE soundel, anl all rep-aired to the j
jante room, where one of the best!

Epworth j informal feasts ever servel in Oeala

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The Ocala District

Woodmen meet Friday evenin;

Latest novels and gift books at

The Murray Company.

12-G-St I

j League Conference will convene in j was spread.
.this city next Friday, lasting 'hree j There were several kinds cf bar-
jdays. Miss Eliza Wright of Orlan- becued meat and a delicious slaw,

i do, who is the efficient secretary

of beside

.this district, has arranged an excel-

Capt. R. A. Alfred of Port Inglis
i a guest of the Harrington.

a succulent hash (not hash

made of left-overs, but first-hand as

m wnich seven state well as first-class hash) with bread
participate. All the land relishes galore; nor was the

Christian workers of our city are j wherewithal lacking to wash these

lent program

i officers will

Large alligator bags -and traveling

'earnestly invited to be present and

dressing sets at Tydings.

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Call phone 201 if you have second

hand furniture to sell.

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encourage these young people in the
good work they are promiting. "All

! for Christ." The young people- will Jltft over

i have charge of the meeting, a f ull

good things down.
A solid hour was taken to dispose
of the feast and there was much

Mechanical toys, good and cheap,

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i program ot which appears else

where. Give them a 'good attend

ance.

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 turned out.
Our machinery is all of the latest make, which practi practically
cally practically eliminates the "possibility of injuring even the
most delicate fabrics.

Justice Tucker, after a day or so i The Marion convict farms were

Le in his office Visite unite a disastrous fire
two weeks ago and numbered among
- things destroyed was valuable ma

chinery and the cane mill. Captain
Purvis has just about completed the
erection of a new mill and will short-

lv begin grindin

f illness, is able to
again.

Oysters and sea food specialties of
all kinds. Also a la carte service st
Keating's. 11-11-tf

Ask to see Peck's Talcum Powder
three odors. None better put up.
-The Court Pharmacy. 11-19-tf

Mr. Max Moody, the popular

s'ounz Jacksonville totiacco sale

.. V 1

man. is greeting nis ucaia icienus

today.

The best line of hair brushes and
combs in the city. Tydings & Com Company's
pany's Company's drugstore. 11-14-tf

cane which vill

last several weeks.

The committee on refreshments

who did its duty so well was com- j
posed of Messrs. Jim Engesser, Wal- ;

ter Pedrick and Andy Fausett. and
Mr. J. M. Gates, the great barbecue
expert of Anthony, prepare 1 the
feast.

il

j., :

f i-

voo::mex of the world

AX AUTO ACCIDENT

Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in

i fonge's Hall at S p. m. every second

Friday. Visiting sovdeigns always
welcome. J." F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

riiMiii rt'

Save those Eggs, Ladle;

See the Christinas clocks at The
Murray Company. 12-6-3t

What came near being a serious

accident happened on Fort King i
avenue opposite Mr. B. F. Condon's'

home early this morning. As Mr.
W. V. Xewsom, Jr.. and his brother.
Tinker, were coming down the street
in their little Buick car, the driver

M

.vagons. who was about

arther down ths street, turned his

equipage toward the left curb, and

A STATEMENT FROM
MR. CLIFFORD LIVIXGSTOX

To the Ocala Voters: In becom becoming
ing becoming a candidate for alderman at
large in the coming city election to
succeed mvself. I wish to announce

of one of Ar. J. O. Dekle's delivery j that shaJ, Jn the as j h

Major Tom Hall,, w ho has been on
the sick list several weeks, was able
to be around among his friends today.

Special buffet luncheon ZO cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
to eat. 11-11-tf

Messrs. James R. Beard, T. P.
3ones and J. C. Easkin, of Anthony,
were among the business visitors in
the city today and each paid his re respects
spects respects to the Star office.

Handsome statuettes at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 12-C-3t

Mr. E. L. Smith of Inverness was

in town today

93' to

spend several days with his son, Mr
E. A. Smith.

The Ocala Telephone Company is issued
sued issued its new diitories yesterday.
4 00 phones are nsted, the last one

,belongiug to Thf Murray CompanvJ although Mr. Xewsom threw on his

brakes instantly and turned into the
curb on the left side himself, the car
and wagon crashed together. For Fortunately
tunately Fortunately no one was hurt. The

car was badly damaged, the right"!

The atfeiTtfrrri o? tTie public is
called to the change in the hour for
evening services at the Methodist
an! Presbyterian church. The eve evenings
nings evenings are very long now and the
services will begin at 7 o'clock in instead
stead instead of 7:30 until further notice.

Mr. Harry McCully, of Berlin, was
a pleasant caller at the Star office
this forenoon. lie says the farmers
in his section are about through
with their cane grinding and that
the yield was fairly good.

An elegant line of all kinds of cut
glass at Tydings & Co. 11-14-tf

Mr. D. S. Capplemen returned
from Inverness and Ocala last Fri Friday
day Friday morning. While away Mr. Cap Cap-pleman
pleman Cap-pleman attended the Marion County

hind wheel being wrenched off and
the raliator and lamps were smash smashed.
ed. smashed. The wagon lost one wheel but
the horse was unhurt. Drivers of
all manner of vehicles should learn
the rules of the road and there
would be fewer accidents, less
property destroyed and many times
valuable lives saved.

STRIVE FOR CLEANLINESS
AND SANITATION

Now that the success of our fair
has put Ocala in the limelight, let
us all work together to place the

city on a higher pinnacle. Why not

i make a rp'iitntinn fnr clpaTilinp;

fair which was being held in Ocala. ?anitaM;in? A11 ,pt v.. Ph5T1p

ows m the business part of

town as well as the residential nart.

i-" a i ar.'.i sann
today a few hours on his He states that it was a grand display j the win
Mcintosh, where he will j Df the possibilities of that county, j tn...n

-It you are a user of high quality

toilet articles our elegant line is j

wo-tJiy of your inspection. The Court i

lie believes that Hernando should
have a fair and that a great deal of
good would bo derived therefrom.
B r o o k s i 1 1 e A r g v

(lather up the loose papers and old

tin cans. Clean, sweep and dust as
never before; and when the Christ

mas shoppers come among us let
I them go a war and s'-rra 1 t'y-

.pharmacy.

11-19-tf

Toilet articles of all sorts at The; that Ocala is clean fnm eel!

Call phone 201 if you want to buy
furniture. 11-20-tf

M u r ray C o m p a n ;.

If You
Want to Buy,
Sell or
Exchange
New of SeeeM-

J. M. Goddard, wife and two sons
left Friday morning for Tampa. Mr.
Goddard was manager of the Ver-

i nada Hotel for a short while and

made many warm friends, who will
learn with regret that he has re resigned
signed resigned "his position there. He is an
experienced hotel man. He will
make friends wherever he may go.

garret. Civic Department of
Woman's Club..

' .1 ;
the

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Elegant assortment silver mesh
bags at The Murray Co. 12-6-3t

actions. Zdy 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:

The extension of the water
works and electric light! to accom accommodate
modate accommodate all taxpayers within the city
0. liio opening of meat markets
a. c.ny i.-jrtion of the city when peti petitioned
tioned petitioned i'Y the citizens representing
any particular section;
The assessment of actual values
on city property, both real 'and per personal,
sonal, personal, and a reduction or the mill-

f a e.

Never Again Shall Making a Cake Cost
You the HIGH PRICE ol 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. Never such meringue for pies and
puddings, as you are going to make now with
SNOW-MELLOW
. And Without the use ol 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
v.ortn .-.NOW-MELLOW makes the filling for your cake, or
the topping for two of your p ies.
Get a tin at once, and we will give you a booklet which tells you
all about SNOW-MELLOW7 and its many uses. 23c and 50c tins.

tea

Phones 16 and 174.

mi Grocery

I Special for lMay

hi

jif!i
ftrr,

Col. Ford Rogers has returned to
his home in-Ocala after a brief so sojourn
journ sojourn in Jacksonville with relatives
- Times-Union.

MAKES A STATEMENT

To Fourth Ward Voters: Having
been reliably informed that a party
eiivulating a petition for signers for

another candidate for

Beautiful Christmas
The Murray Corniianv

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 your vote at the December
stationery atjey election.. C. M. Livingston.
1 2-0-J; 1 l-2C-tf dly

A large

assortment

SllCI

i ati M H H fcr

OFFICIAL DIRErTORY
. en v of
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Phone, write or call on
us before doiir4 so.
We are buying, selling
and exchanging both
New and Second-hand
Furniture all the time,
and can accommodate
you.
Easy terms made on
entailment contracts if
you are not prepared to
pay cash.

fourth ward, represented

Mayo.- J. ,D

Recorder-

Robertson.

L. T. Izlar.

trom

that I had withdrawn r.s a candidate j
for the same oflice, I wish-to state to

those who i

Assistant Reoorf -r Josenh Bell .!,!

in:

I th voters, and

esi.'Ti

-Fre

ii t

CA
d;y a

t s i gn e 1

I am in i

counted.
My view? c:

e rac

hat

for
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ere was ;
i

i c-U!" ;iiii;t;it
Lvc ry thing to sziV.si

! lovers

" d

very day"
!S!intee.
' the candy
i.- 3l-.vc.rs

, Council J. II. raylor, president;
pro tern; E. C Bennett, Baxter Cam, j
C. W. Huntei. E. T. Helvenston, G.

A.

Carniieh.

on.
C;-r At-r
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G. B. Weilie, C M.

ney C. I.. Sistrun

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tne ma liner in w

ote

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Designed of Mexican Drawn Work,
Lace and Embroidered
Patterns,

Some of these goods are worth $1.
LOOK AT THE WINDOW.

Cli

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s

I? t
s t

reted are expressed in f!4" re-olu-ions
and re c-o m :i i c n d a t :"'-:; ? i assed
y the Demcrraii-.: Club, pn;:di?hed in

Uca;a I'ai-evs.

Bo

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iva Divi rat. d

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1 2'h V. -....vt-s. .
rir-h cn:I ur
i : t .-: in violet

. 8-:c b
a' Rib Rib-.
. Rib-. ijl.tM
Beverly
ribbon
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.Lt Plant J. C. i

ten dent

J.

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Works J

:.:!.-:;; A
'ire Chicf Chicf-?.
?. Chicf-?. ui'ary Ir.

Briganc-e.
S. Chamber;
rtcr G. W.

I a:n

I oppO;

emphatically and eierna'.l
to the t'r.;ust an 1 discrln

tflrti siili i ill i

tr.

MB

UilsllJiUilj
. A.-FORT, Proprietor.
Phone 291.

is

mating inanue
license tax
poorer classes,
endeavor to a)
ri-h r- : tb
1; ri

u wtuoii tue city
ares asainst the
d if elected I shall

T i

so cexfs rorxi)
And liiuuiy the- Xev Dollar Dux t.i
SIMICIAB
Chccolatrs, the very tiitct cx:iniple
of the candy maker's :;rt. They're

th? diftVrent from all t!i r UUV'.EirS

irs.

City

Co:;:::iNsi(

! I'
rv.eve-; :

i j-
R o b e r t i j.

A-

k? Vv. )J hi f$

Moorhead.

SEED OATS

Candy.

J.

;r:h rard
enoo.l.

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T

k ftr the l;.dhi.

TUE

ST.XD.m j
REALITY.
ALWAYS.

Flori.-b.-. r--ie.: ?outh Carolina,
. -;v-oi" Oars are certain to make,
I crop. On sale at the Ocala'
Store at ?1 per bushel. The'

ar Texas Ka?t I'roof Oats at
per bushel. 11-21-tf

!::.!

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i!;

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1000 Loads Ready for Delivery.

Oeala Iron Works

ttpj FTT ?4 TKT w?

5
'4
J

.1 ia-e tOI
icihnan from the
Ocala. il-2C-tf
T. W. TROXLER i
hi c
Fourth Ward.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS



THREE
Jioflfwrv r-m o
i IO i
3 Tl
atrcss to bt
CT v v ii J?" Li 0 i.
;! ise t.eopb:
appreciation o:
? dcinz.
We Want Borrowers as Well
as Depositors
i Si
TKAri!i-:jis' mi:ktixg
t 4
0
This Bank is not only a st: rc-houe fc.r uri!us fuci! it is a
gieat rttrviir of credit.
i j n neetl nuilitioiial capital in your buiiie,, if a few huntlreds
or a low tJiouatid-i i f d ul'ars v. Hi cirabio yon t- jmrchae material
;;r .t lavt.'rnblc tiinp, to discount your bills, or will aid you in some
; v..;..r, jr.it the matter Uei:re We will accommodate you
; i ftnpUy yiul j;!i;t!Iy in wliati-vrr JUiScimt your ci ream-tancos re-
Mut Intev-
v. iinh.
am! All IJ;'-
IvM'ii t !!-! S'lnins-'HU'IsI in
association
full.

THi; OCAI-A EVENING STAR, SATPEDAY, BEtEMBER (ii 1S13

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ifr.-M r-n 1 iiifjni finds?
An Active United j;Ue Depository.

1'f.aa.

Ho

tetur.

i'rinfi::;

.:: :n:er---.:H tac-

a; on mo a:v.e hu;.':
;s of Promoticn."

J. II. Prln?on opene 1

to Kffa a p

'e'.'t.

3;

f! The entire uisrance has been stake! I ifeheMew, .Mr,

ivC

west to the Orange

nenue roa I. : w irh the I'ar

Mr. CenroV

o:

! off ani each

o: th

,lo-.vei yn?-

The best place to hide mcney 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 Tay 4 per cen! hjtcmt en Savings Acccuuis

Up.
Commissioner Joe Davis was ri-;h
in the miJ-t of the vork and en th

'' e a il o f A n t h e n y

Nellie Stevens and Mis? Eliza-!;

H't'h Mizt'lle s- oke helpfuliv from
their i.erronal experience.
Mi. Cecile Do'vn- ?an? sweet lv

yllOilliUMll IfOlflL f

Oi

job, directing the blasting and get-' tv.-o numheris.

Near

en .1

Pin1 My

Mv Mother Bids Me
and "The Litfe Grav

mm mmmmmiti WMtu

itin? nut l!:r.e.

! intersects the avenue another force ; Dove." Mi?.s Wartmann nlayed her
j was haulinc ;-hosphat? and lirining accompaniments.
up this end of the work. j "How to leave a desire in the
i I wonder how many of our citi-! chili's mind' to know more and go

1 jzens have stopped to consider what farther." was presented by Miss

I This hard road means to Ocala. to: Carrie Deen of the Ocala school, in.

8; Marion countv an 1 to those living 'a carefully prepared paper.

jcont.iguovs th-ret;.? K-. eryone !.-. in- Miss Mays and Mr. Connor spoke
ittrestei: it gi e-. a ;.-etter outlet to words of appreciation of the interest
t
! transportation for the ; roincts of shown by the social center depart-
the farmers: a bar i roa 1 to Ocala, ment of the Woman's Club in prc prc-i
i prc-i the place wbre every citizen has to senting 1 ."' cordes of standard mag mag-'
' mag-' come, tl:- ciearinz 'no use of all the '. aru'nes for use of the county teach teach-;
; teach-; activities of our grand oil county, ers.
; Every time another mile of hard : Miss Mays, principal of the Dun Dun-i
i Dun-i road is built it ad.bs another link to nellon school, r-ad constitution and

v

Fourteen acres and 5-room house
on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from the Marion Farms;
new drilled well. The property was
sold for $1599 and buyer failed to
make payment. Deed is here and

must be taken up. It's a bargain; I

l WILL SHOW YOU

! the great chain that binds us to sue- by-laws for the
! cess and keeps our county at the sociation, which

'rout, as having more miles of hard adopted.

an a::v -.h-'r conn v in Flor-

Marion countv as-

Real Estate and Investments.
MrC'ant's Block

Over Gerio's Drug Store, Ocala, Fla.

v.ere unanimouslv

c a-

a.

AfJATHKBIh.W S1MIKTV

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Le::-?r e-

:r:ve nome to
c tanty is this
. :t- I in the

very
ust
the

i n the

ors. v. p. at

;rcr ra rut

in our whole
; a:: 1 paPing
' ; v an 1 make

Thi

A gather! dan Society held

1 1 s

ia r.othin? quits X . J'
-, c op't.-it'ie er of X 'I

wee:-

the :u:nu-

:;n:

Dece-al

acting had la en read

die prov:ons
and aanrov-

dns

the following program
tiered:

Subject : Thanks
Scng. "America'

a y

Holla n .1 a n d A m crier

reu-

Day.

By school.

quality w

j here, and the chasteness X

r.s vr.:cn ccn ce zzen

it

En.g--Poul-

et a rlsacs, it is important to knov

that th-3 r.rices are r?ct extravarrant. V

T

'Oil'i

I raJive P

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P" eu

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DO YOU KXOW HOW MAX!" SKXSIIILK CHKliTMAS GIFTS
WE CAX SELIi UXTIL YOU VISIT OlTl STOKE. WE
HAVE SOMETHING TlfAT WILL I I.EASE EVEIIYOXE OF
THEM.
YOIU Fill ENDS AVIEIi APPRECIATE SOME USEFUL, SEXSI SEXSI-P.LE
P.LE SEXSI-P.LE l'HESEXT SUCH AS WE CAX SELL YOU MUCH MORE
THAN A FANCY TRIFLE THAT WILL SOOX RE WORTHLESS

so lew oi our
on the road
por;in v.ere
recently cast

with us-- some six. others
rd ricditf-'en a.n:hs: yet,
h th'dv 'cai-'s. are working
. lore to try ami complete

iil torm a tnirty tnirty-a?
a? tnirty-a? srr-.od a section

as there i in our county. A few of
the ne'.v comers I regret, have had
ins til lei in them what many of the

old settlers
tax: let the
roads." Th

ah Hobbs.
Ueciralicn, "The Landing of the
Pilgrims" The 3 W a 1 1 i s

Story,

ourtshlo of Mile.? Stand-

Thanksgiving"

-FIcr-

an

nk in v.-bat
;elt throaad5

thosi

tive. Homer

rorget the Lord helps, 0-Xea

ish" Flossie Evan?.
Essay, "Orbrin of

Margaret Jackson.
Reading from "Hiawatha"

ence Leitner.
Story Ruby Fausett.
Piano solo Theo Wallis. j
Debate: Resolved, That the Unit-!
e States government should build!

all public roads. Affirmative. Robert;

?llie Beckham; nega nega-Small
Small nega-Small and Claudia

K
K

Car Inw-lrj ctcro is the best place in tha

cuur.ty to fc-t sussttons for wsddm.rj prscentr. V
We have made a study of this "nif: question." It is our v

business to know what a suitable for various gilt occasions.

.-o

Oar stock is varied cud so are the prices. Every tasta and
every pocket book is sure to te suhed. We have

msn? merr er.s'ive t"t camtv i:.us r.oveme3 Here

besides silver wars which will sake excellent gifts.
. .. JF

. T r.is is .1 jiwetrp s'i're where ycu an ret jact wait jr

V yoa arc lackinz for &t the nricc you wint to cty. y

Everything i-s cur fine ,!ine cf 6i!vr"are, ',

r- ' T , r- 1 u w-,f

cc-jr---i vvlih up-t3-iate styles.

say: "Well, I pay a road MacKay and xeme Beckham; nega-i

commissioners work uie

. Drop :n cad lt us ss?t ycu

wee-. rig:

?roca to Jt

V choc;':nf your

JiPJ

cry section o:

themselves. If ev-

the county needing

the

lead of these citizens and.

U'iiT

irv O 'T7

Hanoi Msrawar

one part of Mar Mar-enefie:al
enefie:al Mar-enefie:al to everv

Cafe's

f S e.

-:. .v.. - A'..,, cv. -. j:

1

iOW

put in a weeit or more at Dm tamp

their reads, seen our entire county
would he a net-work of good reads,
and this wouhl re luce the millage
for road tax. Re public-spirited.
Don't be a tiahi wad and un progres

sive. What
ion county

other secion.
These staunch citizens in connec connection
tion connection with Commissioner Davis and
the county forces will put in all the
next week in their en leavor to com

plete this roa
ample nits :'

m-,- 7 :, : teams to help.

it? flet together
at least. Think
seventy-five men
eye on hand on
'ay. They ramr
.r and 1 sen:
liarJ d:y"s crk.
oi reason and
en r. 1 n:eu along

Paper Gladys Wallis. j
The judges, Martha Kate Rentz,

Rexie Todd an 1 Vivian Eyeieshimer,
decided in favor of the negative. -After
the reports of the critics,

there being no further business to
come before the house, the society ;

adjourned to meet again Dec. 12.
Frank Gale, Secretary.

Merchant's
Block

LOST. LOST, LOST

1 IX

Oeala

- V Ihct is S' ' ;
vc.thy : 1 x ') '

THE JEWELER

Florida

!

Joe luts opened up
ate rial. What they

:ii; .-:'; :

I'ttween the intersection of the!

unur.erfie!d roa 1 with Orange ave avenue
nue avenue and Ocala several important
letters worke 3 out cf my ccat j.ock j.ock-cr
cr j.ock-cr yesterday at some point along the
read. If found by anyone please
send to Board of Trade room.
J. Ib Roeuey, Secretary.

Oth, V.AZ.

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OPEN ALL NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe

o take -Dur meals. Open night
hr.v. J. P.. Devey. roprie-
". V-T f

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.

SPECIALIST IX

CHRO.MC DISEASES

Tlie Dr. McCIane Medier',, Surgical

Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 332. Dr M oClane'? Residence, No. 407.
O if ice Suite, 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Squa-e.

SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE

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We will be pleased to show you these fine ani animals
mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close
prices on them.
CALL AND SEE THEM

TOMPKIN
PHONE 117
eod dly wkly

with
i our n

Wh.

, : au y

them one c: :
know how.
Wake up ai
day. Decern" -r:

tv. Tbes
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: arrives Ta.-.pa :'.) a. m. ; .i,
;-. ;l local l--r.v.-s Jacksonville;
a. m.: arrt s Ocala 1:0 p. m.:..;.
rives Tampa .":-;' p. ni.'
No. 'j limited leaves Jacksonville, $
:n0 a. m.: arrives Ocala 2:20 p. i
: arrive Tampa '.. p. m.
Northbound '
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 0 p. m.;:'

arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives; V
Thurs- Jacksonville 0:45 a. m.

No. 4 local leaves Tampa S:45 a.;..

REAL vs. FALSE Eqoroio? This Time.
Hoist the iiKJital suggestion to curtiiin your regular taking of
ice until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is
going nicely now; it is well nillctl and it is cloins full duty as
your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lape even a little bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
.Maintain your regular snpply cf OUR ICE all through the season.
That i the way to save on your ice lull.

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jtdie history of 0?ala and Marion.

Hurrv tr and we will be off at 0

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p. m.; arrives

automobiles to take the workers out? I Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.

Telephone 31 o.uick. and let us ral-'
lv now for Thursday. Go out Orange'

See the cut glass and silverware

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BIITINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

SAME OLD RILL
! HAS US ALL SKINNED

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance nO

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80

It is said that Huerta has sent his
lamily away from Mexico City. Any
resident of that town who cares for
lii3 family is likely to send it away
If possible.

The Jacksonville Metropolis has
changed its name to the "Florida"
Metropolis. It certainly is a whole
lot more of a state paper than it
was a few months ago.

General Bennett H. Young, commander-in-chief
of the United Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans, is in Jacksonville,
conferring with the leading citizens
of that city on plans for the great
Confederate reunion of next spring.

"Same Old Bill," elsewhere se severely
verely severely criticises Senator Bryan, the
Metropolis, Dixie, the Sfar, the leg legislature
islature legislature and Governor Trammell. We
don't entirely agree with the gentle gentleman,
man, gentleman, but sharp criticism is a good
thing in public affairs. The Star is
always ready to accept its share, and
those who are unwilling had best go
away back and sit down.

The Ocala Star says that any fair fair-minded
minded fair-minded man would give a congress congressman
man congressman a second term unless he falls
down during his first one, and the
Jasper News endorses the statement.
And that's just as true of the Sen Senate
ate Senate as the House and applies with
special force to Senator Fletcher, for
lie has not only noz fallen down, but
he has climbed up among the' stars
in the senatorial galaxy. Lakeland
Telegram.
And can do more good for his
state during his second term than
his first one.

Mrs. Pankhurst hunger-striking in
jail, and her sympathizers destroy destroying
ing destroying property at their own unsweet
will, the British government needs
to show it has some backbone. If
English women demand equal rights
with men, they should have it im impressed
pressed impressed on them that they must also
assume equal responsibilities. Prison
for members of the ars,on squad, and
full and free permission for them to
starve themselves to death if they so
desired, would soon bring them to
their senses.

J. H. Skelly, the man who buncoed
the Southern Express office in St.
Petersburg out of $11,000 in money
orders, was heralded all over the
country as being an extra acute
thief, but he wasn't so smart after
all. He cashed only $400 worth of
3.he orders, was caught in less than
two weeks, and now goes to the
Pennsylvania pen. for two years. If
he had been a Rockefeller, a Ryan
or a Morgan, and had stolen the en entire
tire entire express company, he could have
,got away with the goods and nobody
"would have even hinted at punish punishing
ing punishing him. Poor men will find honesty
the best policy, for the way of the
small transgressor is hard.

LIFE'S WORK WELL IKXE
The country at large is saddened
to learn of the death of Lieut.-Col.
David Dubose Gaillard, of the United
States army, who directed the en engineering
gineering engineering work in the Culebra cut, a
division of the Panama canal, who
died at Johns Hopkins Hospital in
Baltimore Friday.
Lieut.-Col. Gaillard had been a
patient at the hospital since August
17 last, suffering from a growth in
the head, the result of seven years'

arduous labor in the tropical climate
of the canal zone. He failed grad gradually
ually gradually but steadily, and for the last
two months had been in a state of
coma due to the pressure of the
cranial growth upon the brain cells.
The physicians decided some time
ago that an operation was useless
and might hasten his death.
He is survived by his widow and a
son, Lieut. David P. Gaillard, U. S.
army. Both were at the bedside
when the end came.
Lieut.-Col. Gaillard was born at
Winnsboro, S. C, in 1854. He grad graduated
uated graduated from West Point Military
Academy in 1884, and since that
time had won many honors in the
engineering service. A bill was in introduced
troduced introduced in Congress last month
promoting him to the rank of colo colonel
nel colonel in recognition of his distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished services, which culminated in the
great engineering feat in the
Culebra section of the Panama canal.

The Gainesville Sun says that

Alachua county is too big a county
to play second fiddle to Marion. That
is all right, but it ought not to play
its fiddle when Marion plays hers, to
detract from her attractions. Ocala
Banner.
The Alachua people strenuously
deny that they had any intention of
detracting from Marion's fair attend attendance
ance attendance by holding their festival at the
same time. They say they "just
forgot." We would not presume to
doubt their word, but with the
amount of notice they had of a fair
which had been held for five consec consecutive
utive consecutive years in a next door county,
their forgetteries must have been

working overtime, and their remind reminder
er reminder nerves must have been entirely
-atrophied. Time will tell, for it cer certainly
tainly certainly isn't to their interest any more
than ours to run an opposition show.
The date of Marion's fair is estab established
lished established by six successive events; now,
21 Alachua establishes hers on a
conflicting date, we will all know
why it is done. If she shows public
spirit and neighborly fairness by set setting
ting setting another month, we will tote
fair with her and go over and see

what she has to show. It's Alachua's

:move.

Mrs. Pankhurst, immediately on

her arrest after her return to Eng England,
land, England, went on a hunger strike. The

seasonable thing for the British gov government
ernment government to do would be to let the
lady starve to death. She has not
been put in prison for being a leader
"in the equal suffrage cause, but for
violations of the law that would
cause a man to lose his liberty for
a long term of rears. We all know
vjrhat would happen to a man who
-went on a hunger strike in a Brit British
ish British or American jail. He would be
allowed to keep up the strike until
"2xe came to his senses or died. With

The Star gives considerable of its
space today to the reproduction of
the write-up of the Sumter county
exhibit at the Marion County Fair,
which appeared in the last issue of
the Bushnell Times. The article is
from the pen of Judge J. C. B.

Koonce, who is county judge of
Sumter and the next thing to being
a citizen of Marion. The article is
very interesting to our own people
as well as to the considerable num

ber of subscribers that the Star has
in Sumter. No county in the state,
or outside, has ever made such a fine

exhibit in such a short time as Sum

ter made at the last Marion Fair. It
was a great help to the fair and the

Star believes it will be a help to
Sumter. All our people hope that
Sumter will be on hand with a still
bigger exhibit and a building of her
own next year, in which case Marion
will have to hustle, or she will be
excelled by her smart little sister to
the south. There is reason to hope
that Citrus will also come in and be
the third member of a great, perma permanent
nent permanent tri-county fair. Lake has fair

aspirations of her own, but her peo

ple have too much sense and public
spirit to hold it on a conflicting date
with Marion's, so the people of both
counties can help each other by at attending
tending attending and appreciating each
other's fairs. The Star thinks it is
likely that Levy people would come

in large numbers to our fair, and
probably make exhibits, if it wasn't
for the difficulty of transportation. If

our commissioners will put their
road force on the road to Morriston
as soon as they finish on the one to

the Lake county line, we may have

Lew crowds and exhibits in Ocala

next year. If not they will go to
Alachua, or probably jpin the peo

ple of Northwest Marion in setting
up another fair and another county.

However, it lce Us Good to
Flajtd Alive Once in Awhile
Editor Star: As to the primary
law, the spoiled broth proves the ;
participation of too many cooks. The
question of it? paternity was raised,
and you know this always starts gos- j
sip. For awhile Senator Bryan i

claimed it and was rather chesty

about it. Thinking it would add to
his political fame, he gave it his
blessing and his name. Our senator
is a mental Colossus but not a phy physical
sical physical one; he could not bestride the

continent and run things at Wash Washington
ington Washington and Tallahassee at the same
time, so he was obliged to leave it
(in embryo) at a maternity hospital
in Tallahassee, with one head nurse
and a hundred or more internes and
subordinate nurses. A few weeks
ago he had occasion to look it over,
he discovered certain features about
it that did not look just right it
was deformed; he was obsessed with
a horrible suspicion. It ripened into
conviction; he was mad, he raised
a rough house, he repudiated and
disowned it. He rushed to the Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis office and let out a loud yell
about the infany of it. Naturally,
this brought out talk, speculation
was rife. The Ocala Star suspected
some depraved legislator bribed by
the special interests had planted the
joker, and called loudly for impeach impeachment;
ment; impeachment; the valiant Dixie, thinking
possibly (remember I use the word
possibly) that it could be laid at the
door of the Times-Union, demanded
that the governor, who has such a
tender' regard for the oppressed tax taxpayers,
payers, taxpayers, should call an extra session
of the legislature to brain it. It was
even whispered around that the leg legislature
islature legislature might have had something

to do with it, as it was in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood about that time, and the
further incriminating circumstance
that it was the parent of many
freaks. However, it cleared its skirts
by pointing to the fact that at that
time it was very busy incubating and
hatching a brood of new officers,
raising salaries, dodging the consti constitution
tution constitution and otherwise arranging to
put the state treasury on the bum.
Ic was finally decided to call for the
judgment of Solomon, and when the
execution was about to take place,
the governor steps up and 'fesses

up, assumes the air of a proud
father and adopts it as his heir, so
there you are. Parent-like, in his

eyes it is not deformed, for it favors

(not resembles) that remote coun

tryman upon whom he dotes and
depends for votes. The senator can

go chase himself, and curse himself
for his credulity in thinking that the

legislature was free and un-Tram-mell-ed.
What difference does it
make to the taxpayers as to the pa paternity
ternity paternity of this iniquity. No bond
was given for its support, so now it
is a public charge and must be sup supported
ported supported by all the taxpayers.
Same Old Bill (but not Sulzer).

An

Eye to lie

Fetaireo

We have been building this bank for years with an eye to the future.
A good many people in Marion and adjoining counties, with an eye to both
present and future have brought their business to this bank. ,Ve have endeav endeavored
ored endeavored to handle their accounts on a mutually profitable basis. We solicit new
business on the same terms.

Tine Memroe & Qiambliss. BsmU
OCALA, FLORIDA

SUMTER COUNTY'S

SUPERB SHOWING

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also Mrs. G. D. Winston and Miss

Esther Bennett, of Bushnell. Mrs.

James Nairn had some beautiful
gold and silver floss work, table
covers. A curiosity was there in the

form of an old clock, made in Eng England
land England in 1755, which, with its inter interesting
esting interesting history attached, was shown
by Mr. G. W. Baker, of Oxford. A
hand-stitched table mat made by a
man at Bombay, India, while in the
English navy, containing nearly
eighty-four thousand stitches, was a
pretty thing. Frank' Melsom sent a
sample of what a boy can with a
pocket knife, while Claude Koonce,
of Coleman, showed the beauty of

ordinary cow horns when polished ; A

and made into a hat rack. We have
not described all the nice things
Sumter sent to the fair, we have notjv
the space. But we must mention the j
beautiful green cane which Mr. W. :
F. Hays, of Webster, sent and 4
which took first prize. A card on

this cane said, "We raise cane in

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ACCURACY

SECURITY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALA FZjA.

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it is considered that the cane reach-

ed way up into the roof of the build-1
ing, standing on the table, that truth i

was self-evident.
The exhibits were placed in order
by Mr. T. D. Dueren and James
Nairn, who stood by and exploited

Sumter's merits in every particular, i
Xo preference was shown to anyj:
portion of the county, but it was

clearly demonstrated that it was a
Sumter exhibit.

Those having in charge the Sum-!y

ter exhibit wish to express many j
thanks shown by the fair managers, j
and especially to the ladies who i y

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All work Guaranteed to )e First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.

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space alloted to them. j I'nonc waua, ruuixiua. .iuiu uu, urar i oswmucc,
Sumter county was treated royal- j 1;:.;;-..;..
ly by the whole of Ocala, and we ;

hope next year we will send a more
creditable and larger exhibit We j LOCATION OF VOTING BOOTHS
need a building of our own, and we

ho-pe to have it next year. The following places have been

Are You Getting the
Best Results Possible

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WHITE PRIMARY

i the city election next Tuesday:

ward J. D. Robertson's

Mr. Fred Knight came down from
Ocala last week to spend Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving with homefolks. Sumterville
item in Bushnell Times.

Board of Trade Wednesday night.

J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Thone 250

MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES; First

garage.

Second ward City hall.
Third ward City Market.

Fourth ward The Ocala Bottling!

Works.

FOR ALDERMAN-AT-LARGE

Terms:

OCALA, FLORIDA
Cash.

L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA, FLORIDA

Our little town was saddened
Wednesday by the death of the lit little
tle little son of Mr. and Mrs. David Col Collins.
lins. Collins. He was sick only a short while
and his death came as quite a shock.
The remains were interred in the
town cemetery on, Thursday morn morning.
ing. morning. Webster item in Bushnell
Times.

K. of P. meet Monday evening.

Don't
Handicap
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 service is daily
being "discovered" by
the traveling public as
well as by many of the
home people Every Everything
thing Everything is first-class and
nothing is too good for
our patrons.
Ocala House Cafe
Wilbur Cleveland
MANAGER.

For mayor, W. J. Edwards.

For alderman at large, M. J.

Roess.
For alderman first ward, W. A.
Knight.

For alderman second ward, John i
H. Taylor. j
For alderman third ward, unex-1

n, tnrm t Tt v,it i To the Voters of Ocala: I beg tot

For alderman third ward, full announce that I am a candidate for j
x tho nffiro rf aldprman-nt-Iarpfi at the I

lerm, u. xi. Seymour.
For alderman fourth ward, F. G. election to be held Tuesday, Decem Decem-B.
B. Decem-B. Weihe. jber 9th- If elected I will do all I
jean to see that city affairs are ad-
. ... . 'ministered in an honest, economical
The Dixon cedar mill, which has
, ... c . . and progressive manner. I earnest-
been idle for the last two years, was a
. . t . . ; ly solicit your influence and support,
leased last week to parties in In- J
12-4-4t M. J. Roess.
diana who will commence operations
between the 1st and 10th of Decem December.
ber. December. This cedar mill has been kept C03LMITTEES OF THE

in fine shape under the supervision j' CITY COUNCIL
o! G. W. Hyde. The care of the ma-i
chinery was in the hands of Captain Judiciary Livingston, Taylor and
Standburg, who has more than or-; Helvenston.
dinary ability as a machinist. The! Finance Carmichael, Helvenston
mill is one of the best in the United iand Weathers.
States and will employ a large force Light and Water Taylor, Weihe
P p.fi r;, v.c land "Weathers.

I Street Weathers,

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Fire Weihe, Helvenston

Weih and

A beautiful home wedding was

solemnized November 26 at the home!

and

of the bride's mother, Mrs. M. J.

'Carn.

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A most complete assortment of
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Police Weihe and Bennett.

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nuu, uCu -. o. Market Livingston, Hunter and
plighted her troth to Mr. John C. Carn
Thomas. The ceremony was per-j Building Bennett, Carmichael
formed by Rev. H. L. Goodwin. The- q
bride is an attractive young women j Cemetervcarn Weihe and Liv Liv-with
with Liv-with a cordiality of manner which J.

nas won tor ner a nosi oi inenas

here, and in her former home, Clin Clinton,
ton, Clinton, N. C. Mr. Thomas is a well
known business man. Center Hill
item in Bushnell Times.

If there is any better candy man manufactured
ufactured manufactured than Xorris' let us know

about it, as we'd like to secure the

Sanitary Carn, Taylor and Carmichael.

VITAL STATISTICS REMINDER

OAT SEED

j Ocala agency.

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The Court Pharm-11-19-tf

j Watch for Little's chewing gum.
There are "'strings" attached. One
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The Ocala Seed Store has the gen genuine
uine genuine 90 day oats at $1 per bushel;
the Georgia or Tennessee 90 day oats

at S5c. per bushel.

11-21-tf

If you buy oat seed, be sure to buy
the genuine, Florida raised 90-day
or Rust Proof.

This is to remind every city offi official,
cial, official, doctor and citizen in the few
remaining, cities of Florida (of 2,000
population and over) which have
not yet appointed registrars and pro provided
vided provided by ordinance for the report-

;icg of births and deaths, to co-ope

rate and take immediate steps to
have their city placed in the regis registration
tration registration area.
The many cities which have made
provisions for vital statistics are to
be highly commended; it Is urged,
however, that they continue to work
for perfect statistics and this ap applies
plies applies fundamentally to each citizen
in individually supporting, and not
holding back, mortality reports in
his town.

fine horse, buggy and harness. Can
be found at Tompkins & Cobb's
stables. 12-l-6t

We have it, the latest style en engraving,
graving, engraving, "Astor Text." Gerig's Drug
Store. 11-17-tf

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Room in your Home. A Bathroom is not only a luxury, it
is a necessity pertaining to the health and comfort of the en-
On mv return from a business
mv return irom a easiness xrip 10 ue cast ucasi i iouua
name haJ been placed cn the ticket for alderman from this ward with with-my
my with-my knowledge. I thank my friends for the honor thus conferred apon
; I also desire to express myself upon some of the questions that may
tire family. I would like to make you plans
for same. Nothing but First-Cla Material
Skilled Mechanics.
and estimates
installed by
come before this body in the near future.
In my opinion, Ocala's greatest need today, and has been for a long
time, is a better freight rate. If I am elected to the office of alderman, I

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1 shall be in favor of the city cooperating with .its merchants and other bus
iness men in securing this reduction through Silver Springs. Silver
Springs is the greatest asset that Ocala possesses, and if we fail to avail
ourselves of the benefits possible from this source, in my opinion, we are
The JPlTuirolbBi;
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To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance

LIGHTS AND WATER. These are very important and I shall favor
giving our citizens an abundance of both.
SEWERAGE SYSTEM AND STREET BUILDING. From the infor information
mation information I have on the subject of sewerage disposal, I shall favor the per perfecting
fecting perfecting of our present sewerage system by the use of septic tanks. I shall
favor the building of all our principal streets with vitrified brick, to the
city limits; all side streets with lime rock, with concrete cement side
ditches. I shall very much oppose the present system of building and
maintaining streets. I consider that anything that Is worth doing at all,
is worth doing well. It has been demonstrated time and time again, here
in the last few years, that the scant way in which the streets are now re repaired
paired repaired is a waste of time and money.
OCALA AND THE RAILWAY COMPANIES. I am uncompromising uncompromisingly
ly uncompromisingly opposed to the railroads blocking up our streets. We need all the
streets we have and the railroads should be forced to maintain good cross crossings
ings crossings on every street that their tracks cross. These streets belong to the

i public, and the railroads are allowed to cross them upon the condition
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that they maintain good crossings and do not interfere with the public
use of said streets, and when they fail to comply with these conditions,

! their tracks should be taken up.

OCALA NEEDS MONEY. Xo town can ever be a city of any im importance
portance importance without a bonded indebtedness,, therefore I am in favor of
bonds. We could use a million dollars to good advantage in the next
three years.
MANUFACTORIES. One of our greatest needs is factories, there therefore,
fore, therefore, I should favor the city catering to the manufacturing world by
offering them cheap electric current, low taxation, good locations and any

other practical inducements.

The above are some of my views with reference to the upbuilding of
Ocala. If you believe I would make you agood representative in the city
council, it is up to you to elect me. I had nothing to do with putting
myself in this race and I shall make no effort in a personal way to be
elected. I did not want the job. but if you elect me, I shall enter into the
work with my whole heart and give you the very best service possible.
To my colored friends I desire to say that I have always been in favor
of giving the negro a square deal, and whenever they develop the ability
to succeed in a business way, I believe in giving them every protection
and equal rights as other citizens in the same linerof business

B. H. SEYMOUR.

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Is the Housewife's
Greatest Help.
WHAT so tempting to the
laggard appetite as a
light, flaky, fruit short cake or
a delicate hot biscuit?
Royal makes the perfect
short cake, biscuit and muffin,
and improves the flavor and
healthfulness of all risen flour flour-foods.
foods. flour-foods. It renders the biscuit, hot hot-bread
bread hot-bread and short cake more di digestible
gestible digestible and nutritious, at the
same time making them more
attractive and appetizing.
Royal Baking Powder is in indispensable
dispensable indispensable for the preparation
all the year round of perfect
foods.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHUS

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen $

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Ocala Steam Laundry

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Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
was ever brought to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain in
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro protection
tection protection better than insurance and doctors.
Knight &. Laos

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MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W Davis.
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Oala
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith.
Ocala.
County Commissioners G. Carmi
chael, Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-nian,
nian, Luff-nian, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction -J. II.
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala B
R. Bliteh, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.

AGAIN RAISING THE POPPY

Chinese Backslide on The?.- Agree Agree-ment
ment Agree-ment Not to Bocm Buuinesi
in Opium.

Ocala Loage Xo. 19.- Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. V. Tompkins, C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

CONCORDIA LODGE F. "J. OF A.

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

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Effective October 19th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re-established.

CROUP AND COUGH REMEDY
Croup is a terrible disease, it at attacks
tacks attacks children so suddenly they are
very apt to choke unless given the
proper remedy at once. There is
nothing better in the world than Dr.
King's New Discovery. Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes
about his children: "Sometimes in
severe attacks we were afraid they
would die, but since we proved what
a certain remedy Dr. King's New
Discovery is, we have no fear. We
rely on it for croup, coughs and
colds." So can you. 50 cents and
$1 a bottle. A bottle should be in
every home. At all druggists. H.
E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia and
St. Louis. Ad

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

9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a.
2:20 a. m. Ar Ocala Lv. 2:20 a.
8:00 a. m. Ar St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p.

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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

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

Ocala Lodge, Xo. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.

Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad-

OPEN DAY AND rfTGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

London. The report of Sir J. N.
Jordan, British minister to China, on
the opium question indicates that
there has been some backsliding in
the effort to suppress the cultivation
of the poppy since the introduction of
the republican regime.
The report declares that since the

fall of the Manchus the policy of sup suppression
pression suppression agreed upon between China
and Great Britain has been weakened
and that there has been an immense
recrudensoence in the cultivation of
the drug.
In the provinces of Anhui, Hunan
and Shantung the campaign for the
suppression of the cultivation of the
plant his been successful, and in con consequence
sequence consequence the importation of Indian
opium into these provinces will cease.
But investigation in other parts of the
republic tells a different tale. In many
of the provinces the authorities are
powerless to prevent cultivation. In
others there Is collusion between the
powers and the growers, and in still
others the officials are not inclined to
deprive themselves of a rich source of
revenue.
The reports, however, are not all
from official sources, many being sup supplied
plied supplied by missionaries and travelers,
so exact figures are impossible. The
minister concludes with the statement
that a great deal must be done before
the work of suppression can be con considered
sidered considered as complete.

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E. M. OSBORN
INSURANCE

Room 20, Holder Building

Telephone 327

W. H. MARSH

If you are interested in furniture
read ad. on page 2. 11-20-tf

The latest style engraving, "Astor
Text," can be seen at Gerig's Drug
store. 11-17-tf

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CONSTIPATION POISONS YOU
If you are constipated, your en

tire system is poisoned by the waste

matter kept in the body. serious
results often follow. Use Dr. King's
New Life Pills and you will soon get

rid of constipation, headache and

other troubles. 23c at druggists or
by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co.: Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, or St. Louis. Vd

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( irr
Yonge's Hall. Fort King avenue. Vis'
itors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor, X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

We cater to the trade of those
who know a good cigar when they
smoke it. Try ours. The Court
Pharmacy. 11-19-tf

Hae you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, or do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?
Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who is?
If so, you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
classified unclassified coijmn It'll
do the work.

R. C. MUNCASTER

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LIFE

ACCIDENT

HEALTH

PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY. '.EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
BIEBAHN BLOCK OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. PHONE 420

WHITE STAIR LINE,
VRAXSFER AJfD FIKEPKOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

Teams for Light
ind Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of'
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

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We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 290



TIIK OC.ALA KVKM.NG .STAR. SATI RUA1 BKCKMBKIi G, I : ? 1 ; J
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(if
joi have any itcrr.s
Mt. Chazal IIol at Auction
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Terry J. Conway and husband ( t .,o s .,.,,.
; : Syr- us. X Y. Mr. and Mrs. j I H I HH Z 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 11 ...
' C-::v.-ay came down from New York ?.

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ki-:vii ilie yesterday for an exter.de 1 trin '? 'I.-

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T. Jlunrot', Mr.
Emn.ett Robinson, Mrs. F. T. Schrel Schrel-ber,
ber, Schrel-ber, Mi.-.s Emily Stotesbury, Mi.-s
Minnie Gamsby, Mrs. C. V. Miller,
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mrs. C. S. Cul Cul-len,
len, Cul-len, Mrs. C, II Lloyd, Mrs. J. R.

Dewey, Mrs. Robert Clark of Tarn-. cake and tea sales, but the e:; eii.se eii.se-pa,
pa, eii.se-pa, Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mrs. Emily will have to be deducted from that
Green, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs, .7. J. : amount, and The exact number of
Gerig, Mrs. Albert Gerig, Mrs. Will- dollars cleared will not be known
lain Hooker, Mrs. M. J. Roess and until later.

Mrs. Clarence Cam p. Mrs. R. A.
Burford and Mrs. Allan Walkley
joined the players for refreshments,
At the conclusion of the games,
turkey salad, olives, wafers, sweet
peach pickle, coffee and bon-bons
were served. While relishing the
tempting repast, scores were com-
pared and to the one making high-'
est Mrs. Chazal presented a pretty
silver inlaid cream and sugar set.
and to the one scoring the least she
gave a dainty ivory bodkin set.

Miss Emma Perry will be the Mrs. L. T. Izlar. Mrs. James Enges- Con drey went tip to Ocala Wednes Wednes-lovely
lovely Wednes-lovely young hostess entertaining a ser, Mrs. Blackburn. Mrs. R. R. Car-j day to visit Mr. Condrey's son. Geo.
few special friends at a spend-the- foil, Mrs. Vogt, Mrs. B. H. Sanders. T. Condrey. Coleman item in Bush-

night party tonight. After supper,
the girls wdll be joined by several
of the boys and a merry time is in
store for those who will be Miss
Perry's guests.
Mrs. D. W, iJavis a. ul Mrs. H. C.
Groves are at the Conner's summer
home at North Lake Weir for a fort fortnight
night fortnight sojourn.
Mi.-s Jesse Oooiu1. who has been
a guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
D. M. Honey since last week, re returned
turned returned to her home in Jacksonville
this afternoon.
Mrs. J. P. Galloway and Mrs.
Robert Flinn have been guests for
the -week of Mrs. Galloway's -father.
.Mr. J. Sewell, at his home in
Brooksville.
Misses Jeflie and- Frankie Davis,
Miss Jewel Watson and Messrs. J.
W. Davis and J. W. O'Dell autoed
over to Ocala last Thursday to at attend
tend attend the fair. They report a good
time. Crystal River News.
Mrs. Faunce McCully and child children
ren children are here from Jacksonville, vis visiting
iting visiting Mrs. McCully's old home near
the citv.
nisses Liizabeth and Blanche M
zeiie ieit mis jmernoon lor a week
end visit to their home at Orange
Lake. Miss Elzabeth Mizelle has
been quite sickJrTjTuckily resum resumed
ed resumed her place in the schoolroom
Thursday and Friday
Mrs. James Badger and Mr. ATfie
Brooks of 01dtow are the guests o

Mr. and Mrs. fl. 5. Howard. Thevcit'.

came today ana wTTV return home to-
sorrow afternoon w 0

In the better babies contest at and the principal promoter is Miss
the Marion County Fair, in Ocala, j Isabelle Mays, who has. been adiliat adiliat-Miriam
Miriam adiliat-Miriam Osborn, sixteen months old,' el with the Ocala club since the

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Os- j
born, won second prize, making a
score of f1.5. Marjorie Jeffcoat, the
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Four Reels ITigh ITigh-C!r;Ks
C!r;Ks ITigh-C!r;Ks Mclion
Pictures.
TO-NIGHT
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THE PASSING- OF JOE MA
i Early Frontier Romance )
A MOUNTAIN MOTHER
( Lubin Drama)
BLIND GIRL OF CASTLE GUILLE
(Adapted from Longfellow's Poem'
THE GIRL, THE CLOWN AND THE
DONKEY
(Edison Comedy)
6:30 to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION:
5 and 10 Cents
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in red
r. 1 white
ag:-, the occasion being
bazar ari l oyster sup! er g
afternoon and evening h
Chapter, V. D. C. .?7 7 w
en
realized j
from the supper, fancy work, candy, ;
Instrumental in making ihe affair I
pleasant and profitable were the fol- J
lowing, who assisted the president.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, namely: Mrs. S.
E. Waterman, Mrs. John Bailey, Mrs.
J. R. Moorhead, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk,
Mrs. C. Carmiehael, Mrs. II. .11.
Kemp, Mrs. C. E. Mathews, Mrs. G.
S. Scott, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, Mrs.
J. H. Livingston, Mrs. A. Y. Strunk.
Mrs. Mary Ervin, Miss Josie Will-j
iams, Mrs. B. II. Seymour, Mrs. D.
M. Smith", Mrs. W. V. Xewsom, Mrs.
; Robert Blake. Mrs. L. S. Sanders
The tea booth, arranged as a Jap-
a nose .earden. was in charge of,
.Misses Lucy .Morrheal. Annie Pope'
Eaglet on and Mary Harriet Living- j
ston, who wore Japanese costumes.
The supper tables were each center-j

da:

ed with a vase of red flowers. The'ellon Ld???!?

menu cards were done in poinsettia 1
beads and the following members of
the children's chapter, wearing whnte
dresses and red ribbons. S'-rl
namely Misses Theo and Gladys Wal-
3is. Nellie Beckham
Manha Kafo Rentz
Nan Brook-,
d Gladys Mar-
tin. Oysters, were served
styles, with salad, t.ntato
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hips.
crackers and coffee.
A delightful musical program wa wa-rendered
rendered wa-rendered by j.Iis.-es Lorayne Keiaj).
Nellie Beckham, Lillie Bailey and
Mr: Carlton Ervin. Mrs. L. B. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Mrs. G. W. Martin's charming
mother, was invited to pl?.y "Dixie"
and the continuous applause she re-
ceived mildly expressed the deep j
feeling of the crowd as the played 1
the piece which fills the hearts of
..ii 1 1 1 A.
eeiy oouiueriier. it was me most j u

enjoyable feature cf the evening. i Thursday morning. No regular bus bus-The
The bus-The club rooms were kept open j ine,-:s could be transacted, as there

i until' 10 o'clock, and many took ad ad-i
i ad-i vantage of the opport unity of mak
' ing Christmas purchases and to en-
; joy a good supper.
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Miss Rosebud Robinson has as her
guest a schoolmate. Miss Hill of
iNarcoocee. near Kissimmee. Miss
Hill has been visiting in Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. George ilarly are
the happy parents of twins, which
arrived recently at their home in
Jacksonville. -Mrs. liarly was lor-
meny miss liernice .MarK ot tnis
A woman's club is to be orzaniz
o ? i r Tlnnn a rT Af rn -? q r rs ftornnnn
fall of 1912. That winter Miss Mays
was on the faculty of the Ocala High
School and last spring she was ap- I
pointed principal of the Dunnellon ;
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s!ie is lully quanhed to nil.
drs. D. S. Woodrow returned last
lit from Columbia, S. C. where
n i
she spent Thanksgiving with her
daughter. Miss Blair Woodrow. who
is a student at the Woman's College.
En route home Mrs. Woodrow visit visited
ed visited Mrs. C. E. Terry in Jacksonville.
y7 r'o,'':. it.-,....;--. ,, -i, .-, f
ends Shorter Colleare. Rome, Ga..
will arrive ho'e tv of weeks from to-
MM
; day to si'-endthe h!i!:iys with her
I'arenrs. .Mr. ana JjJ.- . liar liar-riss.
riss. liar-riss. Mr. Au-eri H;c-riss will remain
in Meridian. Miss..! as the
ot n;s school s vactrion w:ii no:
mil o: the long tri( home.
- -Mr John Lintlsey lias ret time I
from a short trip to Orlando.
Mrs. H. W. Long of Martel. wh
has been the guest of relatives in
Brunswick, Ga.. for a few days, came
down to Jacksonville today, where
she will remain with relatives until
Monday, returning then to Ocala.
General Long w ill join his w ife here
and together they will return to
Martel Monday afternoon.
Mr .and Mrs.
D.
E. Mclver have as I
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f i tlheir
p
guests.
..Iclver s ccusrin.

through the state.

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and ether points. Times-U
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Mrs. John Hansbrough entertain entertained
ed entertained informally at Z o'clock tea yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at her home on
East Park avenue, the president and
members of the program committee

Palatka, Ocala. Orlando ; e --

led informallv at Z o'clock tea ves-' i KJSiLA Miiliit vUu U. &&JM.SU3.hZ' 'J

o-' the Tampa Woman's Club, to:I
meet Mi?s Harris' of Tallahassee.
Tampa Tribune.
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M" and .Mrs. C. J. Thompson andJ
little son accompanied by Mrs. J
Thompson's father. Mr. Ed Jeffords
of Clearawter, motored up to Ocala i

Thursday to the
air.
-Webster item
ir. Bushnell
1 im.es.
Mr. John Ccndrey and Miss Mabel
nell Times,
Mrs. B. F. Duke and Mrs. W. P.
Preer. and the Misses Elsie Gegner,
Marie and Helen White spent
Thanksgiving-Day in Ocala. Dunn-
Burivan Ste;d;en Ste;d;en-;el
;el Ste;d;en-;el oa at m
('ay. is recovering
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from O'-ab), where she has
ending the j-ast ten days the
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Weathers. T i : : : e s T n I o : i
age Discorr..(;Ei
The regular meeting of the King's
Daughters, was called at the resi-
i.vJiv" u I .H I .1. JJlUiiin'"! til v u v.iu.a
was not a fiuorum present, but by
jiroxy. vote it was decided that all
bills be paid.
A long and careful discussion by
those present followed, in which it
was decided that no Christmas bas baskets
kets baskets will be sent out. The few
frdthful who have carried the work
on are worn out. They have solved
problems in the past year the de details
tails details of which in their judgment
would be best to withhold. Some
acts of charity for certain families,
but for the children, would have
been discontinued.
The King's Daughters do not
think it right to continue to use
money unless the objects are worthy.
They appreciate the confidence of
the people and also their contribu contributions.
tions. contributions. They have always found the
public ready and willing whenever
called on for help. Responses have
! always been quick and generous.
The usual Christmas baskets will

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A fine little syvywi- born this
morning at 1 0 fayp to Mr. and
iMj-s. H. S. Mca( '(t

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not le sent but any real worthy andEer

inee.ly family will be looked after in
the usual
generous manner.
. ,
ily attended the meetings of th
daughters, and carried on the work, i
are discouraged by the lack of in- J
terest shown by the many, who per- j
haps unthinkingly have taken it for j
granted that the work could be per performed
formed performed without their personal help.
A groat deal of hard work has been
ov.
iivvir'? v una.
contend wdth j
, j f der-i le t
number of the
9 active part in i
n:td ceki!ig ;
':":- who chiim
-r i : of tbe or- ;
to .? curtailed.
tn
nd tr.c"
i large
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P
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The i-The all ;
Com;
sizes, at
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DR. W. K. LA XI-: Special it. Eye
Ear. Xfi-f and Thront. Office Law
Libra rv Building. Ocala Adv.
AH of Thf choice brands of 5-cent
cigar?,
cents.
L. ii. b. our leader. tor
Tydings & Co. 11-14-t!
The nobbiest lir.e of correspond correspondence
ence correspondence stationery in the city has just
been put on display. Come in ani
examine its texture and general
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maue-up. ine court rnarmacy. ii-u j

ir!ns wi,lfh ,he THE NEWEST FARI?ir5 ?

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The Plaids in black and white, the San Maria
in all colors.
Serges, Broadcloths, Whipcord, Corduroy,
Ratine, Poplins, everything in wool materials.
Wc Always Have tlte Newest and Latest
Novelties.

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AT TIIH CHUHCIIKS TOMORROW
Grace Church (Kpiscojuil)

, T, i n- i held memorial services in the Mas-!
(Corner S. Broadway and atula j
T, T i onic hall on aunday at 4 p. m. This
St. Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector; resi-1 , v J
, y .-.--k chapter is four years old and has not
dence, 311 S. Broadways phone 41u.) j
- TT s lost a member by-death but each;
:3J a. ni. Holy communion. .
, year holds these services which are
0:4o a. m. Sunday school. i 4V.
... Vf- .very beautiful along with the other,

11 a. 111. .ilUllliUS iJia.vtri, iiLaiaj
and sermon.
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer.
Choir practice 7:30 p. m. Friday.
Meetings of vestry "and societies at
hours appointed.
Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. W. II. Dodge, D. D.)
0:4."i a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "What Good is my
ligicn to Me?"
Re-
3 p. in. Junior
ciety.
7 p. m. Sermon
Missionary So
Subject, "The Testimony of a ;
Woman." j
A cordial limitation extended to I
the public to attend these services, j
cne will be welcome. j
Methodist
Jno. B. Ley,
(Rev. Jno. 13. Ley, i'astorj
Sunday
Do not
school at 9:30 a. m.
for?'t your birthday mis-
sionary offering.
Preaching at 11
m. by the pas-
tor. Subject, 4iLight Bearers."
At 3 p. m. the Senior League will
hold its devotional meeting.
Evening services begin at 7 p. ra.
tead
cf .::;'.
e note :i.- :
preach the
ccuferer.ee
change. Mr. Ley
will
closing sermon of
year, and will take
occasion to
re-
view the work briefly under the!
three years of hi present j astorate. ;
The oecas'-r. should prove interest-!
ing to a;
work. ,c
welcome.
.vno
::al
have na i T i
mu?!c and
a cordial
Exqui-ite
Chris-ttiias ca:
The Murray Co.
and f
! booklets at
White Dent and Golden Dent seed
corn from Ohio at Ty lings. 11-14-tf
G. C. SHEPHARD'
DENTIST.
Hold Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
PHONE 250.

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chapters.
LOYAL ORDER; OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday!

evening at S o'clock in the Moose! Jan. 28 Anti-Saloon League Iec Iec-building.
building. Iec-building. Visiting brothers are in- ture.
vited to attend our meetings. Jan. 30. Paid in Ful.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator. Feb. 2.- Smart Set.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary. .! Feb. 10 A Modern Eve.
' j Feb. IS. U. of F. Glee Club.

Watch for Little's chewing gum. i
j There are "strings" attached. One I
j string will make you the owner of a
; i'ne horse, buggy and harness. Can
found at
Tompkins & Cobb's
12-1-Ct I
I
stables.
Nylotis Toilet Water," the very
latest odor, to be had at 73c. the hot-
tie at either one of Gerig's
Dru
Stores.
ll-17-tf
j
Lit
i Business
olleae
KM
Prepares
YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN FOR
Positions thai Pay
Attractive Salaries.
Oar courses include Shorthand
i studies of Touch Type writing, Pen-
j manship, Rapid Calculation, Spell-
i
nz and Commercial Las'.
,

iviittri are one uuijar er weed iu to-v,it: One to ?erve a? regular coun coun-,
, coun-, . cilman from said ward an.l one to Sll
idvance, eacn student to furnish, the unexpired term of Mr. Ii. A.
. , 'Weathers, resiened: also one council-
.ext Looks, note pper, mK, pencils .man from the fourth ward for the said
, ... city aforesaid, and here-bv appoint the
etc. fttudenets are not charged for inspector? and clerks as follow?:

"he use of typewriters.
Call on or write,
S. B.Hawk
Hawk's Business College,
Room No. 1,
Merchant's Block, i
OCALA FLORIDA
Hours: 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.

I

1

lorlda
j THEATRICAL SEASON
I AT THE TEMPLE
Dec.
3 3--"The Leopard's Spots."
1C Neii O'Bri-i Minstrels.
27 Bought ana Paid For.
30 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
6 "Tie Shepherd of the
; Dec.
! Dec.
1 Dec.
I Jan.
Jan.
Hills."
i
Jan. 12, 13 14 De Armond Sif
ters.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
17 "Polly of the Circus."
20 Mary'3 Lamb Company.
2 7 -The Spring Maid Co.
Feb. 23 Evan's Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. Feb. 24
-Fine Feathers.
Mar. 1 to 11. Chautauqua
IARIOX-I)UXN MASONIC LODGE
?darion-Dunn Lodge Cso. 19, F. &
A. M. meets cn the first and third
Thursday evenings of each incTth at
730. o'clock, until farther notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
I Ladies" you should see our line of
'stationery and box papers. None bet bettor
tor bettor in the country. Tydings & Com Com-!i2nv.
!i2nv. Com-!i2nv. 11-14-tf
NOTICE OI' ELECTION
Ocala. F'a.. Nor. 8th. 131?..
' I'r.-ler ani by authority veiled in the
; unJ-rsiynf-d a. mayor of the city of
Ocala. a municipal corporation organ organized
ized organized arid exi-tintr under the laws of
the Hta:; of Florida, I hereby proclaim
: anil nivc notice that a municipal ele c ction
tion ction for the city of Ocala is hereby
ani will be noli :n the said city
of Ocala
Mar;on county, i- iorida, on
the
Jtli Iay of Decembrr,
V. 1). 1013
said
city; al?o a councilman at
larse or saM city; ai?o one council
man from the first ward; also one
councilman from the second ward; alo
two counc:lmen from the third ward,
; Ward .o. 1. George Stuart, r K.
".Beckham. J. A. Chandler, inspectors;
'and O. B. Howse. clerk,
j Ward No. 2. C. II. Mathews, T. D.
Lancaster and Isaac Stevens, as inspec inspectors:
tors: inspectors: and H. II. Whetstone, clerk.
Martin, IA Hurst, as inspectors; and
;Jno. E. Bailev, clerk.
I Ward No. 4. E. W. Krayblll. A. Y.
Strunk and I. W. Ole, as inspectors;
and R. C. Loverldsre. clerk.
(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON.
H. C. SISTRUNK. Clerk. 11-8-Sat 4t



THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER G, 1013

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To each cash purchaser of fl.00 :
worth of other groceries, we
will
sell twenty-one pounds of sugar f or j
one dollar on Saturday and Monday, i
Remember, this offer is for these j
,1o ,.e nvT v i
J. L Smith Grocery
Company,
PRONE 431.
Next to Ocala National Bank
Telephone
235 or 38S
when you want a
First-class Plumber
I am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
Jo Wo Akin,
S.Osceola Si. Ocala, Fla
Oca Seed Store
jadquarters for Poul Poul-vy
vy Poul-vy r oods and Stock and
Poultry Powders. We keep
on hand all the time:
Reef Scrap,
Elood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Rone,
Charcoal,
Scratch Pood,
"Wheat,
COX KEY'S Poultry and
Stock I'oods artd Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line.
A large assortment of
Flower Pols.
n o AMP' DH
if if. Et. h iiVV'&bl
coniHicrop m mis
PLANS I-TRN-fSin-MV
OX APPLICATION
P. O. ROX !(i
OCAJ.A. FLA
Call phone 2 01 if vox
change furniture.
"ish to e:- 1
11-20-tf j
Whenever Yea Need a General Tonic
Take Grove's
The Obi Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE i
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds ur the "Whole System. 50 cents.
MlTH i:, S( !!()!. Ill 1I.IJING
?e i!v I Pi is will be received y J. II
Ilrinson. sipvrinten-lcnt. on b- half of
the I;-.iri of iv.'die Ins:r,ietion of
Marion cf.inty, Florida, at his of rice in
O'-ila. Florida, until Tuesday, the 10th
d.tv of Ib-eenib- r at 1- tn.. for the con-
struct ion of a ,--!ioo! buildini? for the I
s:i'.l :m. in i -. '.!. n. Kiorbbi. in j
.icMirbi:-..- with i-'ans and .--peeidca- i
t ? -s j i-eti.ir-d bv ::. ". H.sford & Co.
ar.-hi.-r-. K i-::.uin. Ga.
l;ils will also ie received t the same
time arl tia-e, for the installation o
steam heitP and
in said buii 1 !n i
plumbing sys-enis
n ac-'-or -.:ance witn
d
. : o :
repa: c-a u
d S b' i-
tteets.
of t".
X
pi
si: pe
t b. e
i r. s r
V.b Xcvi!
id a. at t
pevvisin;
.ind at ;
II "sf i-.r 1
a v -7
... f
-i i;
Ga.. on
rs t .- : p o re
ate "f rt eei
of ?d a r :i
v o f X" v ,: n
'J. II. Crir
or
: !"
i n-
- s t r -' ; : i ti
-7-:.t wkly e o i tf
xvnni
Veivt d 'b:
. . r .
will be ;
iv . a
'.at c
y, at tiu ir ineettr.ir to b-- :.- :.i
Hominy, Deeeinber Sth. IMS
i :-' b :-r f "be it.'T'.:v e. .-iv
1
IT'
-.ore men on t.ie county
reject any an 1 all bid,
of t'ae board of county
.i i
ier
r.v
,--.i'T -n--i-.ers. November 4t-i. ''.MS.
s-a! I. 1 1. XUGKXT,
Olerk of the Foard of County Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Marion County. 11-S-sat d w5

SUITED THE PIIOSI'HATE CITY

Dunnelloa Advocate:
test ever" is. th? unanimous
,-r-d -t
pr.riffrninz the Marion Co" my
Fair
whi?h cl-tfei !a t Friday night. The
entire program was run off without
a hitch or d:cori and
i due the
fair truly
sources of
c:
Lais
who made the
rive of the re-an-i
associated
?preent
.Marion
counties.
Dunnellon v.-as well
ind large!'
represented at the county fair lastly
c and we are happy to state that
two of the prizes were awarded toi;
Dunnellon. r red i eflricr.
son ot
our genial mercnam, j. I
won me iuolui cae ictvtr oil r nu
land the beautiful baby of Mr. and
iMrs. T. J. Zimmerman captured one
of the baby prizes.
PLEAD FOR MRS. PANKHURS1
Men and Women Sign Petition C.r
culated for Militant by Mrs. L. B.
Bishop.
Chicago. Five hundred members tc
be known as "Lovers of Justice,' who
will forward petitions to Secretary ot
Labor Wilson-should Mrs. Ernmeline
Pankhurst be detained at Ellis island
on her arrival in this country this
month, have been enrolled by Mrs.
L. Brackett Bishop of Chicago.
Mrs. Bishop distributed petitions
framed by Dr. Lucy W.aite of the Illi Illinois
nois Illinois Woman's Democratic league at
a meeting of the Progressive club and
secured several hundred signatures.
Mrs. Bishop was asked to speak
on the history of Mrs. Pankhurst and
militancy in "England and the petitions
were eagerly sought after she had
finished her address.
"I have received word from Alice
Paul of the relational Suffrage organiza organization
tion organization in Sew YorK," declared Airs.
Bishop, "in which she says Mrs. Pank Pankhurst
hurst Pankhurst will hold a meeting here Novem November
ber November 2 at the Auditorium theater. The
committee I have planned to meet
Mrs. Pankhurst and to plan a recep reception
tion reception for her will be known as the
'Lovers cf Justice.'
"This committee will embrace all
political parties as well as civic, social
and suffrage organizations. I am sure
we shall give Mrs. Pankhurst a royal
welcome, and I have found men as
anxious to go on record as this great
woman's champion as women them themselves."
selves." themselves." NO BAC0FJ FOR BREAKFAST
London Medical Journal Advises Only
Coffee and Rolls for Brain York Yorkers
ers Yorkers Net Even Eggs.
London. Traditional eggs and ba bacon
con bacon breakfast is assailed by the Lon London
don London Lancet, the foremost medical jour journal
nal journal in England, which discusses the
I advissbilitv .of going without break-"
fast altogether.
"After a night's sleep." it says.
"bodily strength, both nervous and
muscular, is at its height, and work
can be carried on without food."
A light breakfast of coffee and rolls
is advised for the brain worker.
though for the manual laborer the
breakaftsless plr.n is unsuitable.
Dr. .Tosiah Oidfleld, who 13 vigorous
at eighty, says:
"My rule always has been that a
man should never cat if he is bad
tempered when he arises in the morn morning."
ing." morning." SEVERS HIS CHILD'S HEAD
'.'.her T-k.i:- Urccnsc'o'Sf Leaving
Srrs!! E!b" tc Drovyn After Fa Father
ther Father Ccrr-nits Horrible Crime.
Vienna. A shocking domestic trag tragedy,
edy, tragedy, involving the death of two small
children, has occurred at Pakracz,
Ilungard. A peasant named Stevo
Jvakovic hid some banknotes under a
cushion. They were found by his son,
a child of three, who accidentally tore
one
His father was watching bim, and
seized with a fit of ungoversable pas passion,
sion, passion, he tcok an ax and chopped off
the boy's head. The mother, who was
bathing an infant in the next room,
heard the noi?e and coming in saw
the child's head roll on the floor. She
fell unconscious, and meanwhile the
baby, left unattended in its bath, was
drowned. Jvakovic was arrested.
Aged Invalid Marries His Nurs-.
Baltimore, Md. Dr. Frederick J. S.
r 1 . 1 i
f 1 uqrgats, tii in aiiu ltoiu yaiai is. agea
. eighty, and Miss Sarcn 13. Schwartz,
fifty-three, of
n-a "ried lit r---.
urg, l'a., were
'iwartz was the
e years.
doctor? m:r.;e io
MTK'i:
i r b a
i :f -.i
ar
Deed Under
er J-.-s,
!a
! '-1 1 .'. r: R.
' :s;. '.b.y .' f S
. vv
The
car:-;
in
I'nl
-. . i -a..-.-
-r
-on
. t a 1 r.v, ii.v l.-e 1 will
i.-. V, r, i. pt(;;
fn, b ?i::a:-T-. md
a -u. -- ef N ;b r. A.
P. H. Xl'GKXV.
art Marion Coanty.
t wkv
As Revised.
New York surgeons have restored
a juvenile offender to normal boyhood.
, ., ,
isare the 1'iv.fe v.i spoil Thf child?

fifty lives tor

UK
! Lbuua
f
varf of RefuCfS V!ioe Home?
Have R n lH -ti-uyt 1 Marooned
in an Inland Sea
Bryan, Texas, Dec. A death
hst'of more than fifty, with scores
flo0;1 refu ending the night
imminent peril and possibly a
" ani suffering
from rrnlonsred burner an-! cold is
itll:cated by reports from the fiool-
ed Brazos river bottom in this sec section
tion section of South Central Texas.
For over twenty miles the Brazos
is three to five miles wide ani run running
ning running with mill race speed.
Prominent Dlanters in the bottoms
have refused offers of rescue. -n'
ing out their wives and children to

Bryan, but themselves remaining be-
hind. ijS"'' s" "-JCffr!;!--1 Hi riQ
Lost His Life Trying to Save ( N'hers ; ; .J Dlftfc.U i U
Houston, Texas, Dec. G. Henry,

i Martin, vice president and general
manager of the International and
Great Northern Railway, was drown-
el at Valley Junction yesterday in;
the Brazos river foods. Mr. Martin
was personally superintending ef efforts
forts efforts to restore service in the flood flooded
ed flooded regions.

xw-, ix-i- tyt rvnn'gg or oih securities; terms rea-. uwei,r
PENSACOLA RAMv A ENT IMEU geg. corres.ifore unknown in Dunnellon. It will
f 1 n, ;pondence 'invited. Dept. L., C1S; furnish the intending settler with
Pensacola, De?. ..-The ren" Conmiomvealth BId.f Denver Colo.. ; convincing proof of the adaptability
cola State Bank, capitalized at r i of the soil here for truck growing.

S 100,000, failed to open its doors
for business yesterday, following a
consultation with the officers of j
other banks, who could not see how
,
lilt; LiU. UL lilt Ltiiii. vy.
casioned very litjle surprise.
M)TICE
1 Petition for an Itleetion to Chsnsp ihe ;
liouuilnries nf the link Hill petiai 1
Tax School District
.1. .1 T T I T 11- 1 P Tt,,l,1i Tn.

trrjction lur ...ar.on Lo.n V, T t.t. k :ar,c with law.- Said certiricate em-
Gentlemen: e. tae x nder,isned n ember 4th. Apply to Geo. J. Blltch. braces the following described prop-jtuahfu-d
ete-ctors and tax payors Md- . p 10 'Utt'"tv situated in Marion countv. Flor
in within tlie prestrt boundar.es of at Lommercial laniv. lo-ul-li tn.vit. S1 nf nf an(1
the Oak Hill district and the proposed $ and iif 4C 7 ?n 5 "?
boundaries, constitutin?? not less than; L ne nd s-e hr'otl
t v,.-n:y-iivo per cent of said qualified j A REAL BARGAIN A 28-acre H 'JY Rln ne corVf

electors an i i;uPu tr, ui um uiiicl,
hc-rcbv pftitiun yoar honorable body to
r-all an election within said territory to
determine w nether the boundaries
shall remain as follows:
nuT-t'i mi..- mir nn t Ti'tnr-e p.isr
) mile, tht-nc-f north on half section line
I -.. .Miitl. li,iMr.,liiv f tfi.n vriJr.njH
I . . .1 .....
ielli.e
west al.-mir t ie errant
1 u .ri,n-e
lin- dividing ranges!
.-iii'.th to ti;e south- I
I.' an.; -v. i.-inci'
west err.r f i8-i:i-20, thence ea.-i to j
of beudnninpr.
I i s:i i-t f
1'.- signed.
( il. C.rav.
If. N,.-ttb-.-.
It. ),inrzitr.
.1. I. I r.:.,;-r.
.1. .. Jor.es.
K. T. A us telle.
I!, i:. s'-iiffk.
SX. Math..-ws.
.r M. M t!-c-.vs.
Y. T. Tavp.r.
". .!. U;h. vs.
V. K. Smoak. ll-21-4tw
xorir 1:
of Apiillciitloii for Tax Heed Vnder
.-et-Ui.n S of ( laipter iss.
of i lorWa
Xotfce i- hereby given that J. A.
Hainiitr.n. j.-;r-ha .,r ,v e.-rtiaerae
u tiril &Ju'r
-. a-:-e. r.nd nas made ansdi-.-ation fori
tax died to i.--. m- :n a coord a nee with
lav,-. :-aid ct-rtiiicato embraces the fol- i
l iA-in- dose: i bed prop-rty situated in
Marion countv, Florila. to-wit: S'i I
-r.-'t of r. w t of .-eetion 12. township!
. -...., .... ..... c.. o..:.. ...i.u ijiiu ;
b.-;nr assessed at tbie dat- of the i.-su-
anee of such certificate in the name of
unknown. Unless said certificate shall
be redeemed according to law, tax deed
...ill :
.11 i uv- i. ivTi c'.Ji lilt-
ii i-ne i .ri t 1 1 i:ie
--ml Iav of Dfcembfr, i IK 1II3
"Witness mv official signature and
c-.sr.1 tv,:.. .IU' ..f v- 1
D. T.H3.
ji iiii.i int- tn u.i iu .m e.ii:ei i..
1) IT --I-- f V"
Clf-rk Circuit
1 ....".Ii ( i II. .Mj'TJ.. I, I
Court Marion Ccantv.
F3oi i.l n-2i-"tw
-OTKK
I'elillon for I'leetinn for peflnl Tax
'.wt l)ls1rli- in Shiloli Section i
T" ... 1 1 f .. 1 ...... ?

X. 21, h-lId 10a" lhl lo ortd r-est-a to o. b. 206 acres. The said land Ereatest of all subjects, motha

l.i ll iXi Vrh,:n. "' D" Star, Q.ala. 10-31-lm 0 iZ
1 e-'-n'n' at th outhSt I'OR SALE Two passenger auto-i slh ,!:., .,( i)e-,mi,or, v. n. 1913 tW?& vZt&'rJjA
corner' of r;is-2o. running- thence niobile. Fully equipped ani in goo J 1 Y'rt? nntrarV f fl H''t 1

i (J I ', i.' I i 01; : : : -,c.j fil r l'!l;,-r n
- i.jOu a.- lie.'.,
'ii.ajiiic.i t .rs wiio r- also taxpav-
its resi-llnu u ;th:n the boun-larles of ; er.
the f 1 W -.v; ; : :s de-vrHn-d territory re-
.-; e. -m i ly j.-;itU'.:i your P.-dy : call, an I

t-i-'Ction to create a .neci 1 tax s-'iord
peel 1 i
l : s:.r t, :
and to d..-:
he a -St. --t-
a
t'o
of
siees
-e to
pro- ;
er of
rar- o
ndari-s
be a
T
.strict .ire
ib.
db
' .r ii.;
r irt :i east
;.' l:ne e-
' or
r. ( e
Tt
: .1 bi
,
; ;
j
: . f b
' v T -V
J. W. V
7 ':
M oiiiit'Mlai the
A.
da of n-,cr.;lrr.
I next, way suob
i iiran' ed.
i 'Pais k . r -I
?eali
- Clerk of the roar.;
sioners. Marion
co-ol-it i;v m

CRYSTAL RIVER'S
COMMENDATION

Crystal River News:
Several
the i-e:
p".e from Crystal River. Re II
i
arJ Homoasa attended the
t Ocala and report a good;
t:rre and a bi
of the fair was the largest ever reg-;
isterel in the history cf the fair as-;
sociation. Visitors were estimate! :
ar about ten thousand.
The good behavior of the crowd
and the way the fair was ccnJucteJ
in general ought to make the man management
agement management feel proud of their efforts
to put forth to make it such.
The exhibits were the largest an I
'"-tier than v ere ever shown before.
Marion countv has fire grounds.
c!ose to the business center of town.
The sidewalks are paved all the way
an the streets are hara-surfaceil.
i
Genuine Thermos bottles from $3
at Trdings-& Cos. 11-1 4-tf
, ,.fi.i r ni. i
LUM, iUUUU, fdlilCli, lUl OfllC
Qg mtf fJQg Needs
LOANS G-per cent
loan;
on
"farms, orchard lands, city resident
or business property to buy, build,:
improve, extend or refund mort-
Texas.
1 2-6-4 t-sati
ROOMS -FOR RENT One or more'
: rooms furnished for light house-:
keeping or unfurnished; good loca-i
1 lion; all conveniences; close to the
j square. Address, D, care of Star of of-!
! of-! fice. 11-10-tf

Xotice is hereby triven that Law ton
-Bailey, purc"n3.ser of part of tax cer cer-RLslDLNCE
RLslDLNCE cer-RLslDLNCE FOR RENT A sev- tiHoate No. 40S. dated the 11th day of

en-rcom
residence, all modern im-
.,,,01(ii hn-,cP qn i oil
; .aim Vlcll sienuia Jioase ana du
; outbuildings, barn, etc.,
, &
j good well, Six miles from Oca. a On
con.iuion.
!.
Will be sold reasonable.
'Auto," care Star office.tf
1 ..(u! ( :-b.
FOR RRNT A six-room cottage;
I at 509 Tuscawilla street, acio:s.s friru
j the primary school building. Apply
; I I Ul. li. If. V uiir i ill .11:? .JiilCt-
'.'.unroo & Chambliss Uank- t-J-J-tt
,
FOR RENT Lov.er floor of Col-
1 ,.-i.:T.rT. fi T ,. -.o-no-nt
licr b .Hiding fuepiooi un ce.nent
.!oor; al.-rt furnished rooms; all mod-
em conveniences. Qne block from
u.e bijuiiie, ieui iwsuuduie. ax-i-ti
. 4. It A
.
I WANTED To sell or exchange
! f.p lh..irn,,,0 n,.1o .Mtp an
10 real G-ate an
automobile in first class condition.
v. o. rox 223, dry. diy tt
COTTAGES FOR RENT For col-.
pre:I people; conveniently
'
desirable i art of town; i
located in ;
all new: $ 6
?S per month.
care Star.
I
I
Cn-nm t i c n n
i i Ua
I I Uil ..11.!. .A. c. Jll J I x.tti.
.- c c.crii'l x iuiiv t
. ,
! hfgh grade; in first class conaition,
'
.rr-.nr 10 r-.ia"-- o c i-irnnnsirinn ana a
I fsl.Ull j.i.yu.-.nvu,
, real baraain if sold at once. Apply.
. j u t counts at Counts Grocery )
r
1 Company. i i---0t
top o.nce.
FOR SALE Two roll
Under -vood ;
A to H.
, huh
.ENT live-room house
io:; ill S S. second St.. E.
: e
b!H."
. E. Eraser. A. C.
OFFiC
SAFE WANTED V.'ant-
; sa:'e. r:e..;ibib large one.
v 1-2. -it- 12-2-0tdly
Fori
ib-.'-
SALE A
s:illj
ket-i
in-1
1 AJ
. J. r P :'. r-
ohn Dbzi'-T Co.
12-2-

- . . 1 . . .-

:re : jly loca'el. ana i-,pec:!v.r:a:d sr.
,:i position to sell them at -a very j ORb ve s t.vstkujs?- c

?'oe pvice. S. Savage Jr. i:J-4-i,.a ,t iureAjpttizi

niiTyiTTcn nv

UUIIHIILU U!
THE
Eojh.z i-i Probably Able to Give His
Pursuers the Liaush j
Bingham, Utah, Dee. 6. After j
searching a third of the Utah Apex j
mine, the posse which penetrated f J
the stronghold of the bandit, Ralph?
Lopez, slayer of six men, last night;
came out and announced to friends j
and expectant miners that they had j
found nothing to indicate that the I
desperado was deal. The belief is j
tnat tne snerius or nine counties ana
!
many deputies have been outwitted j
by the man who several times has
risked capture to jeer at their ef efforts.
forts. efforts. HOARD OF TRADE IS BUSY
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; Dunnellon Advocate: The board
, oi trade has been successful in hav-
;ii;g the following acreage to be
Planted near Dunnellon; 100 acres
in cantaloupes, 90 acres in water-
j melons and 5
'.Besides this v
50 acres in tomatoes.
arious smaller acre
ages w ill be planted by members of
the Truck Growers' Association,
which wil1 ,in tlle aggregate, bring
our infant industry up to several
Always here with the newest. Ask
to see the "Astor Text" engraving at
Gerig's Drug Store.
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ApuKcntion for Tax Occl I'niler
Setlion of Ciniter -1SSS,
l.awM of i'iorii'a
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seU of nei and ex com 60 rds s of
re cor Qf si; sec -7 tn i", s r e
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:::: ft. and ex corn at pt 26' rds w of
se cor 0f ne'4. sec 27, tp 15 s, r 22 e.
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:-al) Clerk Circuit Court Mar Marion
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n;le. Tur-h .;' .. tax certifleate No.
.!. dated the 6th day of June, A. D.
; 1 P 1 1 has filed said certificate in my
'office, -and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. .Said certificate embraces the fol-
j ,iescrihed propertv. situated in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit: E !i of
y.,ui land'bein 'assessed "at the" date j
the issuance of sucn cernhcate m
t,i0 nan,e of A E jjroojts. vnus said
cer; iricate shall be redeemed according
to .,w. r;!v deed will iss.ie thereon the
to law. Tax deed will issue thereon the
sh day of 1J ecem her, A. D. 1013-
M'itn.-- my official signature and
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condition, you will dad, t hint
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For Gentlemen,
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KINGS
Elk, Masonic,
Moose,
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Eastern Star,
v K. of P., Odd Fellows,
Ladies' and Children's Rings.
BROOCHES
Gold, Diamond, Pearl,
Crescent, Etc.
UMBRELLAS
The largest and best assort assortment
ment assortment in Ocala $2.50 to $35.
JEWELRY
Gold Stick Pins,
Tie Clasps,
Yest and Coat Chains,
Lockets,
Necklaces,
Pearl Bead Xecklaces,
Gold and Silver Thimbles,
Slipper Buckles,
Gold Pocket Knives,
Silver Pocket Knives,
Hand Painted China,
Electric Lamps,
Bracelets, Gold and Diamond,
Jewel Cases with lock and key,
Fobs,
Crosses,
Rosaries,
Hat Pins.
Cut and Engraved Glass, the
very latest.
Mesh Bags, every size.
Yanity Boxes.
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In Cameo, Pearls and Dia Dia-nioncls.
nioncls. Dia-nioncls. The very best selec selection
tion selection in Ocala.
FOUNTAIN PENS
Boston Safety cannot leak.
Conklin's Self -Filler, does not
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Waterman's Ideal.
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SILVER AVARE
"1847."
Itogers
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American Silver Co.
Comb. lruh and Mirrow Sets.
Carving Set.
Leather Hand Bags.
Match Boxes.
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By CHARLES EDMONDS WALK
Author of "The Silver Blade,"
"The Paternoster Ruby," etc
(Cocyriebt 1912 bj A. C Mc(au A Co.)
CHAPTER V.
Introducing Mr. Flint.
Whatever it might have been that
Rudolph Van Vechten wanted to pon ponder
der ponder in connection with the morning's
happenings, he had no thought for the
hourly procession of strange men into
Number 1313, nor for the veiled lady
(as much as her appearance had agi agitated
tated agitated him), nor yet for the murder
if murder there had been.
His mind was flooded with dissolv dissolving
ing dissolving images of a fair girl's face. He
saw her shrinking in dread before an
unspeakable terror, from which he
could not shield her; he saw her sob sobbing
bing sobbing out her heart in bitter distress,
and it was not his privilege fo comfort
her. And then, most vivid of all, were
the scorn and reproach of her hand handsome
some handsome dark eyes, against whose silent
accusation he could not defend him himself.
self. himself. His fruitless mental effort was chaf chafing
ing chafing and fretting him almost to. dis distraction;
traction; distraction; his head ached and throbbed;
his nerves felt as if they stood stripped
in a sleet storm. And a beautiful face,
as luminous as dawn, floated elusively
before him, pleading, rebuking, teas teasing,
ing, teasing, coaxing, hating, but constantly
and always leaving him more and more
mystified and hopelessly perplexed.
As far advanced as the season was,
there still remained several weeks
which, 'earlier, he had planned to spend
with the Carterets. Fred Carteret
owned a pleasant summer home on the
oorth shore of Long island, and a com comfortable
fortable comfortable eailing-yacht which Tom Phin Phin-ney
ney Phin-ney delighted to navigate up and down
the sound, while the other dined, made
merry or took advantage of the cool
breezes to sleep. He even regretted
that he must forego Tommy's cheerful
habit of every now and then poking
his head in at the cabin skylight and
shouting directions to the bridge play players
ers players below who, as everyone knows,
always' enjoy that sort of thing. H&
would invariably vanish before the
anly available missiles could annihi
late him, and become immersed in
some profundity of his self-imposeV
duties.
And then would have followed a
journey in his own trim steam-yacht
(T. Phinney, master), down to the
Cheseapeake, to wait for the autumn
hegira of ducks. His cousin's pros prospective
pective prospective arrival from abroad had al altered
tered altered all these pleasant arrangements.
Paige Carew had completed her mu musical
sical musical studies in July: somft day she
would enchant the world or at least
that elect portion of it which she
would condescend to favor with her
violin; her career at the conservatory
assured this prophecy. Was not that
honor and glory enough for a girl not
yet twenty?
Then why should she and Mrs. Dev-
ereaux go off to London for the sea season,
son, season, instead of coming home to meet
the people with whom she would have
to mingle after they were married.
and receive their laudations and con
gratulations ?
Van Vechten paused at this reflec reflection.
tion. reflection. Alter they were married! Ever
since he could remember, this contin contingency
gency contingency had been taken so for granted
that he had never thought to question
it. It was so much the proper thing
for them to do, such a logical union,
so desirable from every point of view,
that he and Paige had always regarded
it as a settled thing an assured fa'ct
awaiting only the ripe moment.
True, neither of them seemed eager to
hasten the time, but if that time was
ever to come it must now be near at
hand; they could not much longer be
content with "some time."
He frowned with annoyance. Why
couldn't such a sensible girl come
home at the proper time, when all ar arrangements
rangements arrangements had been made for her re
ception and her family and friends had
every reason to expect her? There
was one consolation in the absence of
those friends from town; he was not
obliged to invent answers to embar embar-rassing
rassing embar-rassing inquiries concerning his dila dilatory
tory dilatory cousin. But this was small ccn:
pensation for stewing in New York by
himself until Paige chose to notify bin
o her whereabouts and intended move movements.
ments. movements. He gave one moment of ?obe:
thought to the circumstance that 1
really did not know precisely Y,hore
she was; if some sudden emergenc;
should arise necessitating a c?bia h?
would not know where to reach her
But. he speedily dismissed this plias plias-of
of plias-of the matter; it was no new thin
for Paige to start ofl on a ho'ida:
jaunt without confiding her propose
itinerary to anybody, and now Mr
Devereaux was with her.
"Just the same," he mused, "if
knew where to catch her, I would
her a cable that would set her to
guessing for a while."
Unable longer to remain quiescr-.it.
he bounded from his chair and collid collided
ed collided with Alexander, who was seeking
him Tn his corner an accident that
did not affect the page's accustomed
composure in the least.
"Gentleman to see you, 6ir," Alex Alexander
ander Alexander announced.
"Who is it?" Van Vechten snapped
irritably. T don't want to see any anybody"
body" anybody" He paused. Didn't he? Alexander
had not presented a card, but whoever
the caller mjeht ba ha &anlQ(uL a. di

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version. If he tried any longer to
think he would be a raving lunatic in
another hour. And, besides, something
had destroyed the savor of the sola
pleasurable aspect of his meditations.
Alexander resolved his doubts. He
caught a knowing look in the page's
countenance.
"Beggin .your pardon, Mr. Van
Vechten, I think you'd want to see
this gentleman."
"Very well," Van Vechten weariedly
acquiesced. "Show him in."
He did not know the man who imme immediately
diately immediately followed Alexander into the

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"Why Can't You Let a Fellow Alone
When He Wants to Think by Him Himself.
self. Himself. lounging-room. The stranger was un under
der under medium height, slender and un unassuming
assuming unassuming in appearance, but carried
himself with a certain quiet assurance
that commanded attention. He was
as gray as a badger, and his lean,
smooth-shaven face resembled tooled
leather.
There was a conspicuously alert
look about his steady gray eyes, Van
Vechten also noted, whfch presently
disclosed a habit of narrowing and re revealing
vealing revealing a web of fine wrinkles at their
corners. This single change of facial
muscles, Van Vechten soon learned to
recognize, possessed the peculiarity of
indicating one of two moods concen concentration
tration concentration upon the matter in hand, or
else a smiling humor that made one
warm to him. Van Vechten felt that
his visitor would be chary of speech,
but that whatever he might 6ay would
be well worth harkening to.
"Mr. Rudolph Van Vechten?" now
queried the newcomer in a tone that
could not have carried a yard beyond
the person to whom it was addressed.
Van Vechten nodded and motioned to
a chair.
"My name," be acknowledged. And,
with a wry mouth: "You are a detec detective.
tive. detective. I might have expected it but
I didn't."
Instantly the steady eyes contracted
and wrinkled at the corners. The
young man all at once discovered that
his irritation was evaporating, and
that he could smile in sympathy with
his visitor.
Said the quiet voice: "I am glad to
know that my estimate of your intelli intelligence
gence intelligence was not at fault. Flint is my
name Phineas Flint from Central
Office."
"Considering that you have never
seen me before, Mr. Flint," Van Vech Vechten
ten Vechten lightly retorted, "it is rather ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary that you should possess
any particulars upon which to base
an estimate of my intelligence."
The steady, smiling regard still met
the young man's.
"I'll demonstrate just how simple a
matter it is if you have pardoned this
intrusion?"
The listener nodded. His attention
was already won.
"Have you any idea how the poor
chap met his death?" he queried.
"Yes," was the prompt reply. "He
was struck over the head with some
kind of blunt instrument. It is pretty
certain that only one of the blows
the one on the temple could have
I proved fatal; the other right behind
the left ear might have stunned him
or produced unconsciousness. But as
to who did it there's the question.
There are some extraordinary features
about this murder, Mr. Van Vechten."
Rudolph Van Vechten rose and
walked over to a front window.
"Come here," he invited Mr. Flint.
And then, after the latter had quietly
joined him, he nodded toward Number
1313.
I Well, less than two minutes before my
! friend and I came up with the poor
j chap lying in the alley, he emerged
! from there. I am pretty certain, too,
! that his departure was accompanied
' bv some sort of fracas before the
I door was opened, you know."
The network of wrinkles marked a
narrowing of the gray eyes, while Mr.
Flint subjected the unprepossessing
facade to a long, searching scrutiny.
"Then," he 6aid at last, "you were
following him. Why? Surely, not out
of '.die curiosity?"
The young man shrugged his shoul shoulders.
ders. shoulders. "Sit down," he curtly bade, re resuming
suming resuming the seat he had occupied ear earlier
lier earlier in the day, while Mr. Flint sank
into the one lately occupied by Tom
Phinney. "If you can make anything
of what I have to tell you, you are
welcome to it."
He began with as much of Number
1313's history as he knew, and, with
but two reservations, recounted every everything
thing everything down to the moment that he and
Tom rushed from the club to overtake
the man killed at the alley intersec intersection.
tion. intersection. The detective listened with a marked
but respectful attention, not once in interrupting
terrupting interrupting the recital. And when Van
Vechten had finished, Mr. Flint asked
a single question. His preoccupied
look remained upon Number 1313.
"Has it occurred to you." he said,

With thouehtfu! Hpi!pration. "to won wonder
der wonder wbere the murderer came tromT
and whither he fled?"
Van Vechten sat silent, unmoving,
his face a mask. Involuntarily now,
his mind once more fashioned a map
of the neighborhood one that carried
the fatal alley stra'ght behind the

house across the way.
"I mentioned," Mr. Flint was pursu- j
ing, "that this case oSered some rath- j
er extraordinary features. So far, j
quite the most extraordinary is that a
man was struck dow i on a populous
tYi flTrs! cli fa rc in rrrtc A o x-1 icrht onI
nobody saw the actual deed. Besides
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directly across the street from the
alley, who witnessed from a window
the man sink to the walk. But she
saw no one running from the scene."
"Perhaps," murmured Van Vechten
"perhaps no one did."
"Ah to be sure," observed Mr. Flint,
smoothly. "A crowd gathered very
quickly, I believe; what was easier
than to remain and mingle with it?
An old trick, Mr. Van Vechten."
That young man did not meet the
swift oblique glance that swept his
immobile features. Mr. Flint rose
slowly, and stood irresolutely "finger "fingering
ing "fingering his hat. He was again absently
contemplating the Silent House. After
a moment his eyes crinkled in a smile.
He said softly:
"I see, Mr. Van Vechten, that the
same thought has come to both of us."
And before departing he bestowed a
final reflective nod upon Number 1313.
( Con t indued Tomorrow)
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with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the
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Catarrh Remedy is not a quack
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Family Pills for constipation. Ad.
XOriCE
, 1913 state and county tax books
are now open. Two per cent off for
November payments and one per cent
off for December payments. Come
early and avoid the rush, being sure
to brin a correct description of
your property with you. 11-5-tf
W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector.
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THE PARSON'S t

REMEDY
By .L QUAD
Copyright, 1SI3. by Associated
erary Press
Lit-
It was love that brought aloi!t the
n?..riae of Abraham Scott, a yonnj:
farmer, with Tilda Hastius. and for
ih,e br tbtt?
ihen it hap!tued that Tildas
happy,
mother
passed a week with them, and when
ready to go home she said:
"Tilda. I've been ivatt-hiu things
since I've been here."
"Why. what is there to watch;" she
asked.
"Henry's tyranny over you.
"Why. mother!"
; "It's a fact. If your father treated
; me that way one of us would leave the
I house in short order!
j "But I can't understand you at all.
Just what has Henry done?"
"He's treated you like a child or a
! slave. I saw it the first day I was
! here, and It amazed me that you didn't
show your spunk.
j "Why. mother, how strange you
j talk!" said the wife. "Tell me one
thing Henry has done that wasn't
, right"
i "I'm going to tell you of more than
i one. Tilda. I've been settimr them
down on paper so as to be sure, and
here they are:
' "The first day I was here he walks
in and orders yon to melt some
ton taller for a sore back cow."
"W ny. ne didn t order. He asked me
to.
"Don't try to excuse him. There was
a commanding tone in his voice. The
second day he conies stomping in like
a duke and calls out:
'Hey. Tilda. I'm going to town, and
don't you forget to feed the hogs at
' noon-
"But I don't see anything wrong
i about that. was protested. "He was
going after nails."
"Well, I'd jnst like your father to
roar Gut at me like that just once! I'd
ten nitu to a to Texas quicker'n wink,
Qn the third d Uenry hol!eml
at you from the barnyard and wanted
to know if the sheep shears were in
the kitchen."
"But he wanted them., mother."
"I s'pose he did. but he spoke like old
Nero. If your father had called to me
like that I'd have gone down there
with a club. On the fourth day. as we
j'was eating supper at 0 o'clock, the
J clock stopped. You must remember
! what Henry said?"
J t "He said it had stopped."
"Yes. but how did he say it? He
looked right across the table at you.
and there was pounded glass in his
! tones as he said:
" 'Tilda, you forgot to wind up the
cioi-k last night.
"But I did forget, mother."
"And what if you did?"
"What do you want me to do. moth mother?"
er?" mother?" "Assert yourself. Be the boss of the
house. Have things go as you want
them to. the same as I do. Your fa
!
ther wouldn't dare to pull .a cabbage"
head in the garden without asking my
leave"
The wife hadn't looked upon her
husband as a tyrant. On the contrary,
she regarded him as one of the kindest
men she had ever heard of." She had
no wish to meddle or boss, and she had
felt that she was getting all the rights
she could well take care of. But the
mother had sowed the seeds of discon discontent,
tent, discontent, and they soon sprouted. Tilda
began to find fault and tender advice
and to even threaten suicide if her
opinions were not deferred to. Henry
figured out that the mother-in-law had
beeu talking and using her influence
against him. but he went ahead pa patiently
tiently patiently and avoided anything like a
rupture.
It was when the boy baby was born
that Tilda's mother said to her:
"Now. vou want to put your foot
ri"ht down aliout a name for baby. 1 1
am sure Henry will want to call hira
James, after an uncle"
"But that's a good name, isn't it?"
"Tilda Scott, have you lost your
senses?"
"I hope not. mother.
"Then perhaps you can tell me who
the ravens fed."
"Moses, wasn't it?"'
"Not by a jugful! It was Elisha.
and that's the name you want to give j
baby"
"But I'm sure Henry won't like it.
It so bap5er;ed that Henry overheard
' most of the conversation as be was
j training a vine by an open window.
, sauntered on to the Home or tne par par-;
; par-; son whose -hurch he and his wife at at-!
! at-! tended and stated his -ase down to the
baby, then added:
. "My wife is v, threaten to jump into
i the horse pond If I object to the
name"
"You have a horse (ond?
"I have, sir
"How deep is the water?"
. "About four feet."
"The ruotber-in-law Is about five feet.
I believe.
"Thanks." said Henry. "1 have the
idea."
Henry got home just as the mother-in-law
was leaving the house. He
picked her up and carried her to the
pond and heaved her in. When she
waded ashore be heaved her back.
When this performance l"d been re repeated
peated repeated for the fifth time he asked:
"Have you anything to say to me?
"Y-vesr was casned in reply. "Baby
can be named James, and I'll never!
darken your donr again."
And fea-e came back and never left
The ho'isehold atrain. What should we
do without the parsons to advise us?

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