The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 21).
XO. 162




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Coming; ;t Six;ii a, Cui i enry
IJill is Ia-,-eI to Superintend
II i
Washington, Nov. Senator
Fletcher says that as scon as the
currency bill is passed he will return

to Florida' to campaign for himsel:' ; :r. un unpractically
practically unpractically without interruption till versy.
the senatorial primaries next June, i 7h

Fletcher will not attempt to take
part in Senate debates daring the
coming session, but will return to
Washington tor important votes. In
taking his course Senator Fletcher is
but following the example of other
senators who have primary tights
this year.
These senators have taken profit
by the example of former Senator
Jonathan Bourne of Oregon, who.
while the popular primary campaign
was on, stayed faithfully on hi job
in Washington for the people, who
thereupon ran the knife into him by
electing his opponent.
Senator Fletcher said that the
president's commission on rural cred credits
its credits of which he is chairman, will
meet December 13, and adopt a
model rural credits bill. Mr. Fletcher
said the bill will differ in details
from the measure already introduc introduced
ed introduced by him in the Senate.
NEXT her
Si nut Important Event .Marked
Down iii the Ii:te:'n:'.ii:mil
Washington. Xov. The rirst
regular session of the Six-;. -t hir I
Congress will be convened at :i,ov.
Monlav, at which tim-
tae i t o,
the special session, which i;a bet n
in session since Ai ril T. will expire
by constitutional limitation. As the
two Houses are already organized
and the legislative machinery in
running order it is likely that the
regular session will lose little time
in getting down to business.-?.
President Wilson has signified his
intention to read his annual mes message
sage message to the two Houses. It is ex expected
pected expected that the message will be
much shorter than the country has
been accustomed to in late years and
that it will be confined only to the
most important matters. It is con confidently
fidently confidently expected also that the Pres President
ident President will give most attention to the
subject of trusts and will probably
make plain his views concerning an
anti-trust measure that he would
like to see Congress enact into law
this winter.
Xot alone the proceedings of Con Congress,
gress, Congress, but other matters as well, will
tend to focus public attention on the
national capital during the week.
From Monday untill Saturday the
Xational American Woman Suffrage
Association will hold forth in its
forty-fifth convention. On Friday a
delegation of women will appear be
fere committees of the two houses of

Congress and urge the adoption of jof a telephone.
a constitutional amendment to give j 1 1-2 l-30t 1 Ocala Telephone Co.
the women of the entire country thej
richt to vote. CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.

The tenth annual convention of!
the Xational Rivers and Harbor?!
Congress will begin its session in :
Washington Wednesday. The con-'
ver.tion is expecte 1 to be of unusual
interest in view of the agitation go-
ing on. not only in the United States.
but in European countries as well..
over the free toll provisions of the
Panama canal bill, and the per
cent, rebate given ships tlyir.g -he
American flag, and engaged in for-
eign trade. President Wilson will

What Wc Say it Is-

: :avenicn f-.nd -ill prooabl
.v:i the t osition he takes
r--v relating to waterway :
:.;e:it cn 1 "heir relation o
;e'-t o r" transportation.
luring the wek Washing
also enerta:n "he fo irth

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-o:;:'-rr-n'e :' 'he Ameri : r: :i .-'o.-iety
;or Judicial r:r ler.tent o: Iirerna Iirerna-t;
t; Iirerna-t; .-!,? !:sp-tt. .Among the .-.injects
-kite .1 tor (lis t-ussion during the
three days of 'he eon:eren?e are the
neels of an international co.rt of
ju.-tice, a an-Americsn court of jus jus-tite.
tite. jus-tite. a:: I direct diplomatic settle-
het'veen parties in contro-
ir-t conference of he Xa- Popular Government League
will be he'd in Washington on Sat-
ur lav.
This will be the rir-t nation-:

an paper mine iui uiiianij sum iiu iiu-wide.
wide. iiu-wide. non-partisan assemblage of ,
: ducts, all wool wastes, including
men interested in promoting popular; ., ,,.
i noils, top, card, slabbing, rowng,
Government ever held in the limed; ,
rwz, varn, bur and aarnettel wast wast-States.
States. wast-States. Among the men of oromi-i ,
es. all shoddies, mungo nocks, wool

nence who are tatting a leading part
in promoting thhe conference are
Senator Owen of Oklahoma. Senator
Morris of Nebraska and Congress Congressman
man Congressman Wiliam Kent of California.
Other convention of the week of
more or less importance and inter-;
est to the general public, will be the!
I Third Xational Conference on Hons-
ing. which will be held in Cincin Cincinnati:
nati: Cincinnati: the annual meeting of the Am Am-merican
merican Am-merican Automobile Association, in
Richmond, and the annual conven convention
tion convention of the American Institute of Ar Architects,
chitects, Architects, in New Orleans.
Some important decisions may be
hande I down by the supreme court
of the United States when it con convenes
venes convenes Mon lav after the customary
recess over the Thanksgiving holi holiday.
.i !:;.-1 i A Se.-:on f the Na National
tional National f .rai-klturc
Was bin -i
i---- ::" s;-J-x;
iv-'s by
Monday it
m. Xov. II-'. V.'In'i r. p..?
lal st..-.--p.-n ;' Congress
imi::iti..n at n .. n
will have vsiabli-dif-i a
e longest .-ession
record as !.

in the h:-"ory of the n:tl I .-is- day.
lathe holy. It was on April 7 that: The couple will a c t-om ; .any the
the special session conven ..- 1. pursu- President to Xew York to see the
ant to the call of President Wilson. Army-Xavy football game, but will
to revi.-e the tariff and pass a new sail for Europe several hours before
banking an I currency law. When the game begins. They expect to re re-adjournment
adjournment re-adjournment is reached Monday, the turn to Williamstown. Mass., their

session will have continued at work
exactly 2 .MS days, a record for length
never before made since the estab establishment
lishment establishment of the national govern government.
ment. government. The longest previous extra session
was held in the Sixty-first Congress
for the enactment of the Payne tar tariff
iff tariff law. That session began on March
1 -j and ended on August making
a total of 144 days.

(this city on Dec. 0. Governor Tener,
FINK CHRISTMAS GIFT jof Pennsylvania, will be chosen to
FOR YOUR FAMILY succeed Tom Lynch as president of
J the league. This means that an old-
While building our new telephone me ball player will supplant an
vstem this vear, we built office lold-time umpire as the head of the
equipment for a ten-year growth and senior baseball organization. On
cable equipment for a five-year the diamond, in commercial life and
growth. We have plenty of lines.!" politics, Governor Tener has been
plenty of office equipment, plenty of j a notable success. He is looked up up-telephones
telephones up-telephones and the men to put them j on by the Xational League moguls
in. Your order for a telephone will as the one man capable of instilling
I i .i .i:c.,. e

receive prompt attention. Make your
I wife and family a Christmas present
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall!
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F.M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad
Ail of choice brands of "-cent
cisrars. C. II. S. our leader. for 2."
cents. Co. 11-14-tf
Oat seed from other states are un-
certain in Florida.

wtr urn i Ai r

mm a mm : V r

W ILL nflVt

Underwood Tarill Kates on Material
ami Manut'aotuiid Clothing
will Soon lo in Operation
Washington, Nov. :!t'. On Mon Monday
day Monday there will come into effect one
of the provisions of the Underwood
tariff law which excited the most
heated discussion while the meas measure
ure measure was pending in Congress. This ;
is the free raw wool clause, which j
! exempts from duty all wool of sheep.
hair of camel and of like animals.
. ,...,,..
extract, carbonized wool, wool noils,
and other wastes not specially pro provided.
vided. provided. One month later the rates on
wool manufactures provided by the
Underwood law will come into ope
At Thanksgiving. Including Mr. and
Mrs. Sayre, who will Leave
Today for Ilurope
Washington, Xov. 20. President
Wilson's family circle was complete
at the White House Thanksgiving
dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Bowes.
Saver, who were married at the ev evocative
ocative evocative mansion Tuesday and whose
wereabouts has been a secret since
then, late Thursday quietly slipped
into Washington and went to the
White House without being ob observe
serve observe 1.
Although the P re-i lent '.- (.Sligh (.Slighter
ter (.Slighter could have used a White House
automobile, she and h"'r husband
preferred a taxicab. The;, had come
y train from Baltimore, wh ir is
elieved thev have ben sinco Tues-
future home late in January.
Great Things in Hast Hall Hxpected
from the Pennsylvania
Xew Y'ork. Xov. H9. When the
Xational League magnates meet in
; ullieieuL
1 tiens of the league and bringing the
old organization up once more, on
even terms with the healthy younger
rival, the American League.
South Lake Weir. Xov. 2 7. Miss
Albertson went to Mount Dora last
week to attend the Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor convention, an 1 returned
Mr. and Mrs. Albertson. Mr. and
Mrs. Petersen. Mr. Carnahan and
Mr. Perrin took ir. the .Marion
County Fair at Ocala Wed ne-day.
Quite a good many from here at-
tended the dancing party given by

Goldman's Prices Add to the Pleasure of 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, Scaif Pfrs, Erccch Firs ficm 5Cc to $5.
Solid Gold and Genuine Diamond Rings from $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.

a p. d Mrs. BlacK at their no:ne in

Weirsda'.e last Thursday night, an
all report a jolly good time.
Mrs. C. Eh Brown o:
came tip last Sunday to vis
ents and remained until 1
this week.
Misses Irene Gate; and
t her par parses
ses parses day of
'lara San-
horn went to Ocala Wednesday to be
the guests cf Mr. an 1 Mrs. A. G.
! Gates and to attend the fair,
j The Seabcard Railway is having
! its track thru this place thoroughly
i overhauled and put in Srst class con
8iJFFiSIIt COiiffil-
Women from All Over the World
will be in Washington Next
Standard Press Association.
Washington. Xov. Hj Prominent
women suffragists from every sec section
tion section of the country are arriving in
the capiatl to attend the forty-fifth
annual convention of the Xational
American Woman Suffrage Associa Association,
tion, Association, which will be formally opened
tomorrow. Throughout the day the
credentials committee remained in
continuous session at the Hotel Bel Bel-leview
leview Bel-leview to pass on the credentials of
delegates. This afternoon announce announcement
ment announcement was made that the largest at attendance
tendance attendance in the history of the asso association's
ciation's association's annual metings was already
Consideration of plans for getting
action by Congress on the pending
constitutional amendment removing
the bar against women voting is to
be the principal subject of discission
at the convention. The suffragists
plan to appear next week before
committees of the two houses of
Congre.-s and have chosen their best
speakers to present their claims for
"votes for women."
mgxf.y uor. v.i; Mi'xmoxs
Cin lie Saved by ( iovrrnment Maim
factuie. Says Illinois Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Washington, Xov. 20. Charges
that manufacturers have overcharg
ed the United States government
"outrageously" for war munitions
are made in a statement given out by
Congressman Tavenner, of Illinois.
The congressman further stated that
nearly $1,000,000 was saved on a
contract for what would have ordi
narily cost $2, 000, "00 by giving it
to the Frankfort arsenal, at Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, to be manufactured under
the government's own direction. Mr.
Tavenner issued this statement in
connection with his advocacy of the
extension of the government's arse arsenals
nals arsenals so that they can manufacture
all of the munitions required by the
United States. He asserts a saving
of oil per cent can be made by doing
Rah! for Lee county. The Con Consolidated
solidated Consolidated Cattle Company of Fort
Myers, has fifteen thousand head of
fine beef cattle in pasture on the
hundred thousand acres of fine graz grazing
ing grazing land in Lee county. Some day
all of Florida will realize her possi-
.Miami Me-
Ocala Chapter. Xo. 2:'. O E. S..
meet- at Yon are's Hall th? fcrst Fri
''jiv e tiling at 7: Co o'clock and the
thir d Friday afternoon at .1:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett. W M.
Miss Florrie Condon. Secretary-.

H kill F mm



Governor i. in Washington Trying
to Obtain Informati. n Ab nit
t!ie Everglades
Washington. Nov. 29. Governor
Park Trammell. who came to Wash Washington
ington Washington Wednesday, visited members
of the Florida delegation yesterday,
without revealing the mysterious
errand which brought him here.
It is believed that Governor Tram Trammell
mell Trammell will visit the department of
justice to learn the exact status of
the Everglades land fraud cases.
To the Ocala Voters: In becom becoming
ing becoming a candidate for alderman at
large in the coming city election to
succeed myself, I wish to announce
that I shall in the future, as in the
past, be entirely independent in my
actions. My sole object in wishing
to be re-elected to that position is
that I may serve the interests of the
whole city. I am subservient to no
clique or ring and have no personal
ax to grind in the city council.
I am unalterably opposed to
1. Closing up the city's streets
for the benefit of the A. C. L. or any
other railroad;
2. Letting any other conoration
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
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;
C. 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
o. The extension of the water
works and electric lights to accom accommodate
modate accommodate all taxpayers within the city
6. The opening of meat markets
in any portion of the city when peti
tioned by the citizens representing
any particular section;
The assessment of actual values
on city property, both real and per personal,
sonal, personal, and a reduction of the mill mill-age.
age. mill-age. If these declarations of principles
appeal to the voters of the city and
my services in the past on these
lines meet your-approval, I shall ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your vote at the December
city election. C. M. Livingston.
11-26-tf dly
To Fourth Ward Voters: Having
been reliablv informed that a party
circulating a petition for signers for
another candidate for alderman
from the fourth ward, represente 1 j
that I had withdrawn as a candidate j
for the same office. I wish to state to j
the voters, and especially those who
sietned my petition, that there was!
i no authority given for any such
I am in the race until the last vote
is counted.
Mv views on the manner in which
th? city government should be con conduct
duct conduct e I are expressed in the resolu-
tioits and recommendations passed
; hy the Democratic Club, published in
the Ocala papers.
I am emphatically and
opposed to the unjust and discrim


iinating manner in which the city
j license tax operates against the

poorer classes, and if elected I shall
endeavor to always vote to give the
rich and the poor equal treatment.
If these principles are not agree agreeable
able agreeable to the voters of the fourth ward
they had tetter vote for someone
else. A. J. Leavengood,
Candidate for Councilman from the
Fourth Ward, Ocala. 11-26-tf
Mexican Dictator Abuses His Gen Generals
erals Generals and Strives to Arm
More Men
Mexico City. Xov. 29. Filled with
rage at the defeat of the federals in
the Xorth. Huerta is threatening
with court martial Generals Orozco,
Caravao, Mercado and Salazar who
were beaten by General Villa near
Juarez unless they retrieve their lost
Huerta is assembling the ablest
generals in the army for another
campaign in northern Mexico. He
will send an army of two thousand
men to attempt to retake Victoria.
A private report says that three
hundred federals were killed when a
train was blown up near Saltillo. It
is stated that a number of the wives
and daughters of the soldiers were
cn the train. After the explosion
the rebels set the debris afire and
tossed the wounded men and women
into the flames.
Pedro. Xov. 2 7. We are having
fine weather.
Mr. Henry Odom, of Coleman, is
here visiting his brother and sister,
Mr. and -Mrs. P. B. Perry.
Miss Edna Perry is visiting Miss" Miss"-Janie
Janie Miss"-Janie Maye at Fort King for a few few-days.
days. few-days. Misses Lena Perry and Bessie
Snow were Summernel.l visitors last
Quite a crowd of Ocala boys was was-present
present was-present at the cane grinding at W.
Xichol's last Thursday evening.
Among them were W. Perry, H. Par Parker.
ker. Parker. R. L. Marsh, W. L, Hood, G. T.
Bobbett W. A. Altman. C. H. Beck,
Prof. Perkins, S. Davis Messrs Mob Mob-ley.
ley. Mob-ley. The young ladies tried to en entertain
tertain entertain these gentlemen, but in spite
of all the talking they did, some of
the boys went to the cars and to
sleep. Altho those who enjoyed
themselves are expected back again.
All are invited.
Miss Bertha Snow was an Ocala
visitor Saturday.
Mr. M. L. Proctor is home for a
few days.
Mr. Mitchell Pittman is home for
a while.
Mr. Russell Faland visited Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield Saturday.
Miss Lena Perry, who has been on
the sick list for the past few days,
is able to be out again.
Mrs. J. J. Waters returned to her
home at Levon Friday morning.
Miss Flora Maye Proctor is back
in school again.
Mr. Lloyd .Martin, of v nawooci,
visited friends here last bunday.
"I always knew women were in-
consistent, but I heard of one today
that takes the cup-cake."
"What did she do?"
"Chased her husband out of the
houe with a stove-lifter and then
i . .... .
cried because he left ner without
' kissing her good-bye." Boston
j Transcript.
Genuine Thermos bottles from $3.
down, at Tydings & Co.'s. 11-14-tf
If you are a user of high quality
toilet articles our elegant line is
: worthy of your inspection. The Court
- Pharmacy.


IB. Goldman.

WTiy Pay IVEopb?




K. of I.

.Monlay ever.;

Oil meet Tuesds


LWI i:yi:lo OF

-Ma:son.s meet Thursdav eveninz.

Another woman no and then
Is charming to the Lest of men.

In .-: i : e
liz crowd
last nisht.
last night

or tne
on the
a n 1 a .s

rain, there was a
carnival grounds
"his evening is the

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j A. i; Tu-.-irvs: il. L. & j j j
v."n. al:.e-. .i.e : H. J. Parkin. ijj
s;f sp, Never a Cold Unfit Room I
u-ha-.-a: Joan McCoy. Baltimore; gjj
-S. Craniall. Atlanta; R. B. Craw-; Ijj j

i. Pembroke: 11. Close. Mrs. J. i


the shows

is expect

ed to be a record breaker.


Call ihone 2&1 if you want to buy
fumiture. 11-20-tf

Stationery from 10c.
$3.50 at The Murray Co

'"The Little Millionaire" proved
one of the most successful "plays that

; has ever come to the Temple. The
a box to house was full, hardly a seat being
1 l-27-3t j left downstairs or up. Bert Leigh

I is even more of a success in the part
Call phone 291 if you have second- j he plavs in this piece than in any of

hand furniture to sell. 11-20-tf i his previous roles. Almost every- j

thing he said or did brought a laugh

Handsome chafing dishes at Ty-iAll the other performers did well, I
dings & Co's. drug store. 11-14-tfjtho they may be noted for working)

well together than for displaying any
marked individuality. The play

Justice of the Peace Tucker has
his office upstairs in the Merchant's

made with

bread, cakes, etc., are
machinery and baked by

Mr. E. P. Rentz has gone to the
southern part of the state on a busi business
ness business trip.

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

Mr. C. V. Miller
from a business trip

has returned
through South

Always here with the newest. Ask
to see the "Astor Text" engraving at
Gerig's Drug Store. 11-17-tf

Mr. R. L. Collins of Umatilla, who
with his family were at the fair, or ordered
dered ordered a grand piano of Lansford.

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

We will miss the arches and the
banners that have made the city so
gay for the past two weeks.

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

Mr. C. P. Hayes left
ten days visit with his
Hollinger of Altoona.

today for a
sister, Mrs.

Watch for the new goods next
week at the Murray Co. ll-2T-3t

Victor records for December are
now on sale and they are the Finest
aver. A. M. Lansford. ll-2S-2t

John Kemp and Roberta Hill, col colored,
ored, colored, were the star performers at a
marriage in Judge Smith's court today.

pleased the audience greatly, the
laughter and applause being frequent

gnrl siKintanoniu Tho rri5tnmp5 nf ertS, Leesburg,

the ladies gave Ocala its first oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to judge of the slit skirt and
it must be said that it is not near as
becoming as a bathing suit to a real
pretty woman.


V. Xiesrod, Jacksonville: V. G. EI EI-wards.
wards. EI-wards. North Carolina; L. E. Os Osborne.
borne. Osborne. Dunnellon; S. Alpert. Califor California;
nia; California; B. D. Thayer, Mount Dora; A.
K. Spencer, Douglass, Ga.; G. X. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Bushnell; P. H. Coulton. Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Y. O. Brewer and wife,
Romeo; B. D. Lewis and wife, Thom Thom-asville;
asville; Thom-asville; C. V. Leach, Atlanta; Her

man Carle. Baltimore; J. E. Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. Bryant,

I xi. man, imici uuica, iuiu i.
j Phelps, Little Millionaire Co.; A. S.

Herlong, Center Hill; E. G. Fisher,

i Columbus; Frank A. Wright, G. G.
! Wright, Orlando; W. F. Malcolm.

Leo Tyler, Jacksonville; F. S. Perrin,
John Bowyer, New York; II. D. Rob-

V. D. Glower, Dun

nellon; J. B. Trenholm, Wilming Wilmington,
ton, Wilmington, X. C; W. E. Bell, Wilmington,
X. C; Miss Maud Wilson, Miss Em Emma
ma Emma Ekloff, A. E. Petrie, D. R. Wil

son, Day Lake.

Little Miss Cora Killebrew took

081,. ier cent at me baby show at

the fair Thursday and her friends

say that she was not feeling real we

that day, or she would have carried
off a prize.

Every one knows the discomfort of eating breakfast in a cold dining room.
There is not always a flue in that room and if there is, who has the time to
build up a fire in time for breakfast?
The home that is piped for gas heat knows none of this. The heat is al always
ways always ready and only needs a lighted match to make the room warm and com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. Have your home piped for gas in every room. There will always be found

a use for it, and especially in cold weather, when a littleas radiator can be

attached that will heat the chilliest room.
Let us give you prices on piping your ho

really comes.


now, before cold weather

Harrington H

"PHONE 61.

otel Building

Fort King Avenue

The county judge has issued mar

ge licenses f'to the

fBJ Wilson

Ji.y. Bailey

. Our old fellow citizen, Mr. P. W.
Spellman, now of Jacksonville, has
been visiting his Ocala friends this

following: H

and Mry Huber, Edga

and Florence LJJetry,

Geo. C. AldrichandJttiir'J. Grier.


1 1


The Coast Line engines and sta stations
tions stations all over the system are wear wearing
ing wearing mourning emblems in memory of

President Emerson. On the South

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

Our Tulip Linen pound paper with
envelopes to match is unexcelled and
one trial will convince you. Sold in
Ocala only at Gerig's Drug Stores, tf

A special meeting
will be held at the
morrow at 11 a. m.
great importance to

of the Moose
lodge room to to-A
A to-A matter of
the lodge is to

ern nanway at i i o ciock yesteraay, i e."" v.

every engine stopped for five min minutes
utes minutes in observance of President Fin Fin-ley's
ley's Fin-ley's funeral, which began at that

be decided, so all members should be

"Xylotis Toilet Water," the very
latest odor, to be had at 75c. the bot bottle
tle bottle at either one of Gerig's Drug
Stores. 11-17-tf

All kinds of fancy cakes and pas pastry,
try, pastry, such as pound cake, layer cake
and macaroons are constantly on
hand at Carter's Bakery. 11-5-tl

H. J. Gibson, who was arrested for
trying to collect admission fees to
the fair grounds Thursday night,
was fined $2." in the recorder's court
Friday morning.

Switches, curls and transforma transformations
tions transformations from your own combings made
by the Ocala Beauty Parlor on short
notice. Miss X". V. Lambert, man

ager. 11-11-tf"

Xearly two weeks ago a very pe peculiar
culiar peculiar accident happened to two la ladies.
dies. ladies. Mrs. C. J. French and Mrs. F.
R. Bridges had been out riding with
the Colbert family in their car. When
they returned it was growing dark
and the street was not lighted. One
of the ladies stepped out of the car
and was knocked down by a boy who
was riding by rapidly on a bicycle.
The other lady stepped out and was
promptly knocked down by another
boy on a wheel. Mrs. French was so
badly crippled as to be confined to
the house for almost two weeks, and
while Mrs. Bridges was apparently apparently-more
more apparently-more severely injured at the time,
she having lost consciousenss, her
injuries did not prove so lasting, and
she recovered and was out in a short

The Florida raised South Carolina
Rust Proof Oats are certain to make

On sale at the Ocala

Seed Store at $1 per bushel. The
regular Texas Rust Proof Oats at
85c. per bushel. 11-21-tf

Deputies West and Osteen gather gathered
ed gathered in a bunch of gamblers last night.
Thirty days or $10 apiece.

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


Victor records for December are
now on tale and they are the finest
ever. A. M. Lansford. ll-2S-2t

White Dent and Golden Dent seed

corn from Ohio at Tydings. 11-14-tf


Magazines and books at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. ll-27-3t

Judge Smith in his office this
morning performed the wedding cer ceremony
emony ceremony for Oscar Wilson and Loretta
Iickens, a good-looking young col colored
ored colored couple.

If You
Want to Buy,
Sell or
New or Second Second-Hand
Hand Second-Hand Furniture
Phone, write or call on
us before doing so.
We are buying, selling
and exchanging both
New and Second-hand
Furniture all the time,
and can accommodate
Easy terms made on
enstallment contracts if
you are not prepared to
pay cash.
Marion Furniture
C. A. FORT, Proprietor.
West Exposition Street,
Phone 291.

While placing himself in the hands

of his friends, the candidate should
place his pocketbook there also if
he expects to come under the wire

The Oala Beauty Parlor at Miss
Affleck's is growing in popularity
ever- day under the management of
Miss X. V. Lambert. 11-11-tf

The performance

ster Gillen on tiw

both Friday, elici

tion. This little

born musician.

e pia


of Master Web-

no at Lansford's

much admira-

year-old is a

Large alligator bags and traveling

dressing sets at Tydings.


The Ocala police force deserves
credit for the way it handled the
traffic and crowds during the fair.
Almost everything ran smoothly and
but few arrests were made.

For anything in music or instru instruments
ments instruments you want to go to The Mur Murray
ray Murray Cmpany. ll-27-3t

Willie Levers and Fred Howard,
two white youths connected with one
of the carnival shows at the fair
appeared before Judge Smith this
forenoon and pleaded guilty to the
charge of being drunk in the western
part of the city Friday night. They
were each assessed $3 and costs or
thirty days on the hard roads. At
last accounts they were in the county
jail waiting for their friends to liber liberate
ate liberate them.

Willie Mitchell, colored, was put
under bond of one hundred dollars

in Judge Smith's court today for ap ap-j
j ap-j pearance next Thursday to answer to

the charge of larceny entered against
him by a woman of his own color

All kinds of electric treatment for
the scalp at the Ocala Beauty Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. The Commercial Bank build building.
ing. building. 11-11-tf

Mr. C. R. Kreger opened his can candy
dy candy and stationery store on the Ocala
House corner tolay. He has a

mighty nice stock.

"Snow Mellow" is the name of the
new product which Mr. Harvey Clark
says will put the egg trust on the
run. See his advertisement in an another
other another column of today's paper.

LOST A cameo brooch in Temple
theater or on street between the
Temple and the corner of Fort King
avenue and Tuscawilla street. Finder
return same to this office. ll-2S-2t

It is feared that the motordrome
rider, who had a bad fall Thursday,
is seriously injured. It is said that
he was delirious last night.

9 v

"Freh Unlay and Fresh every day"
is our constant guarantee.
Every thing to satisfy the candy
lovers here, and there is always
something new and delightful.

Curious Beliefs of the Savages of West
West African religion is particularly
generous to the human beings, to each
of whom it allots several souls, four
being the usual number. Only one is
immortal, however. The others, though
troublesome enough during the own owner's
er's owner's life, cease to be at the same time
as the body. They are the shadow shadow-soul,
soul, shadow-soul, the dream soul nnd the bush soul.
One soul seems more than many of
us can manage, but the poor African
has a bad time between the four of
them. He never knows when some
enemy may plunge a knife into his
shadow, thus causing him to sicken
and die. or when his bush soul, which
takes the form of an animal, may rush
into danger and get hurt. and. as for
his dream soul, that is particularly
troublesome, as it wanders from his
body during sleep and runs the risk of
being caught by witch traps. When
this happens its place is often taken
by a nasty stranger spirit called a
"sisa," which seems to have no other
object but to cause misfortune and
sickness to the being who forms its
temporary habitation.
Most of the tribes have the Idea of
an underworld after death, neither
heaven nor hell, but much like the ex existing
isting existing world, only dimmer. Among the
Tscnwi tribes this idta is well defined
Their shadow world has a name
srahmandayi and they even know the
way to the entrance, which is across
the Volta river. This place has its
markets, its town and its interests, but
everything is felt In a more indistinct

Save f luose Eggs, Ladies

Never Again Shall Making a Cake Cost
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
And Without the use of a Single Egg.
This SNOW-MELLOW is going to revolutionize the work and ex expense
pense expense of desert making for you. For less than four pennies
worth, of SNOW-MELLOW makes the filling for your cake, or
the topping for two of your p ies.
Get a tin at once, and we will give you a booklet which tells you
all about SNOW-MELLOW and its many uses. 25c and 50c tins.

0. K. Teapot Grocery,
Phones 16 and 174.


Designing Engineer and Architect
Drawings made for conveying and special machin machinery,
ery, machinery, mills and mill buildings.
Make engine and boiler room tests, experimental
work and inventions developed, call or write
815 E. Adams St. Ocala, Fla.




Perfect Ilon-Ilons ami Chocolates in
most Attractive Boxes 8c lb
Beautiful Hound Decorated and Iiib Iiib-bon
bon Iiib-bon tied 2ih Boxes $1.00
The rich and unique Beverly
Chocolates in violet boxes, ribbon

Meat For Jurymen.
At one time it was the common duty
of both the plaintiff and defendant in
an action to provide refreshments for
the jury empaneled to try it, and from
this arose the practice (which surviv survived
ed survived until 1S70) of denying them "meat.

drink or fire" while deliberating upon

their verdict- Later on it became usu-! ?

i r 4i ....... : 1. fin ( i A

HI lUI luc pultun III w ujtr imvi iac
verdict was given to offer the jury a
dinner and sometimes a guinea or so
for their trouble. This practice led to
so much abuse that it was found nec necessary
essary necessary to pass a law prohibiting it.
London Graphic.

Garrick's Wit.
David Garrick on one occasion pass passed
ed passed Tyburn as a huge crowd was as assembling
sembling assembling to witness the execution of a "Who is he?" asked the

tied, one, two and five pound boxes, great actor of a frieml wao accompa

nied him.
"I believe his name is Vowel," was
the reply.
"Ah." said Garrick, "I wonder which
of the vowels he is. for there are sev several.
eral. several. At all events it is certain that it
is neither C nor I!"

SOc Pound

And finally the Xew Dollar Box of j
Chocolates, the very fmet example j
of the candy maker's art. They're ;

different from all other HUVLKIVS
Candy. Ask for the Dollar Box.
T. W. Troxlcr


We have just received a car carload
load carload of fine horses and mules,
which can be seen at the lot
and barn on West Exposition
Street or Broadway. This is
the first carload of horses and
mules shipped to Ocala this
season. Our lot will be well
stocked with choice stock all
the season, and if you are in
the market for horses or
mules, we will be pleased to
show them to you.
Quality and Price always Guar
a n teed.



Phone 356


Scientific Problems.
"Much energy is not utilized. There
ought to be some way of conserving
the rays of the sun."
"Yes. and look at all the energy that
goes to waste in chewing gum. If we
could only harness the gum chewers,
eh?" Pittsburgh Post

Try a Star Want Ad It pays.

If it is Machinery you want, we have it Write
. us for catalogue, prices and terms.
11 CniifTi lPnrcvfh Qt ATI ArVTA CA

We sell the following well-known goods: American,

Hench & Dromgold, Geiser "Peerless," and Smith, Myers & Schnier Saw
Mills in all sizes and capscities; Erie City, Geiser "Peerless," and Houston,
Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boilers in all sizes; Challoner, and Perkins
Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, Edgers, Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers,
Planers, Steam Feeds, and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.
We can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the same
time save you money. We have no branch house.



tive in their respective lines and con- i
tribute! greatly to the success of the j
undertaking, j
We Want Borrowers as Well
as Depositors
I Sit!i Marion County Fair Was from



The sixth :

the best yet h


The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest u Savings Accounts


itiriou Lounty lair was

Hi. It is the first time

that good exn;iirs. gooa crowds anj
go j .1 weather adTBufe" at the same

rr-rrrn r.ut as

l he attendance

large as on the day before, was good,
an 1 bigger than t n any day of the
last fair. Over hall" the attendance
was of children, and their enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic interest was good to see.
The great feature of Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon was the announcement of
prizes and prize winners from the
grandstand. The greatest interest,
of course, centered en the better ba babies'
bies' babies' contest, which resulted as fol follows:
lows: follows: Winners in the IJetter Babies Contest
Winner of girls" first prize Innis
Louise Bryant, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Bryant, of Ocala; score,
00.7 per cent.
; Winner of girls' second prize An Anna
na Anna Christine Richardson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Purdy Richardson of
Mcintosh; score, 0r: per cent.
Winner of the girls third prize
Miriam Osborne, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Osborne of Ocala; score,
09. ."j per cent.
Winner of boys' first prize T. K.
Slaughter, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs.
T. K. Slaughter of Levon; score, 99
per cent.
Winner of boys' second prize
Preston A. Ausley. son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Ausley of Ocala; score,
9S.6 per cent.
Winner of boys' third prize Jack
Zimmerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. Zimmerman of Dunnellon; score,
9S.." per cent.
Winners of the Hoys' Corn Club
j 1st prize. Patrick Anderson, $25;
tU'. bushels of corn, at a cost of 22.1c.
per bushel.
2nd. Albert Zetrouer, ?2;
bushels, at a cost of 2.e. per bushel.
3rd. Waldo Wishart. $ 1 : 1
bushels corn, at a cost of 3 2 l-"c.
per bushel.

?th. AUir- Ilonuh.

bushel of corn in ears.
;h. Ray Fries;, s 7 -. 1 1 :
b.'st bushel of ccrn in ta:s.

-'h. Cluy Turner.
b'.:-hel of corn in ears.



Ami Says ItiIit" Now the Time

Begin Work for the Next

County Citizens and Fair

aticn: We na.e had a suc-

j.ui county la:r. i reel I roud of
Marion county also Sumter.
The time to begin planning fcr our
next fair is right now: do not wait,
but get together and lay the plans
for next year. Let us so organize
and symtematize that every precinct
in our county will be represented
and each competing with the other
for prizes, and our sister Sumter will

give us a hard race, so we must be
up and doing. Everv man. woman i
and ch:ld should become a booster j
and keep it up until the gates swing!.;
open on our 1014 fair. Xo county;):
in Florida can excel us. j
Here is to the biggest and most j I.

a determination to make 1914 bet-j
ter. J. D. Rooney, j

Sec'y Marion County Board of Trade

This Hank is not only a st -re-hou-e for surplus funds, it is a
great reservoir of credit.
If j ju need additional capital in your business, if a few hundreds
r a few thousands of dollars will enable jou to purchase material
at a favorable time, to discount your bills, or will aid you in some
other way, put the matter be. re u-.. We will accommodate you
promptly and gladly in what vtr amount your circumstances re require
quire require and warrant.

An Active United State. Depository.

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on 1

third best

W. C. Lamb, Florida; B. Frank
Young, Mount Dora; E. Baird and
wife, Gainesville; Miss Ida Bond,
Gainesville; Harry C. Miller, Pitts Pittsburg;
burg; Pittsburg; John Roux, Gainesville; Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Mills, Edith Waller, Amber
Lenard, C. H. Way and wife, M.
Bert Leigh, Helen Leigh, Mis3 Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, H. Leigh, Xan Treville, Lew
West, Scotty West and H. Haffey,
Little Millionaire Co.; H. A. von
. Meybohn and wife, Xew York; Es Es-telle
telle Es-telle and Louise Xacht, Dade City;
J. H. Bradford, Nashville; Mrs. J. H.
Bradford and daughter. Nashville;
C. P. Rouse, St. Louis; W. H. J.
.Brown, Virginia; E. A. Kerr; J. L.
i Turner, J. J. Snow, C. E. Mclver, Al-
j bany, Ga.; D. J. Ryan, Birmingham;
J. L. Hodgson, Atlanta; W. S. Leon Leonard.
ard. Leonard. Xew York; Mrs. S. C. M.
.Thomas, Mrs. R. E. Yann. Miss Ruby

Hunt and .Miss Acnes fctnneneld. I

Dunnellon; G. W. Taylor. Tyler; A. J J
Kent. Jacksonville; W. L. Davis,;

Birmingham; E. A. Osborne. Morris Morris-ton;
ton; Morris-ton; Mrs. Sally Tersey, Gainesville;
H. A. Wason. Atlanta: B. II. Car Carter,
ter, Carter, Buffalo, X. Y.; T. II. Treadaway,
Columbus: W. T. Koliford. Gaines Gaines-ille:
ille: Gaines-ille: A. X. Bairce. Atlanta; A. G.

i!img. Atlanta.

Fourteen acres and 5-room house
on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from the Marion Farms;

new drilled well. The property was

and buyer failed to
Deed is here and

must be taken up. It's a bargain.

Real Estate and Investments.
Merchant's Block
Over Gerig's Drug Store, Ocala, Fla.


sold for $1500

make payment.




E. M. 0SB0RN

Room 120, Holder Building

Telephone 3-!7





Marioi Hardware Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.


oi corn.
Howard Youns, $2.
C. IJ. Woodward.
II. E. Wool ward. .!..".

Wartniann and. Crosby of Citra
a?,ain took the honors for the best
exhibition of oranges and grape grapefruit,
fruit, grapefruit, an 1 yet Mr. W'artmann assures
the Star that Citra does not send her
best fruit to the fair.
The woman's department was per perfectly
fectly perfectly magnificent. All lady visitors,
and some of the men. fairly reveled

in admiration of the many pretty and

useful articles. The Star hopes to
obtain a detailed description.
The miniature automobile carved
out of wood by D. C. Staats, drew
the interested admiration of all who
saw it. It seemed almost impossible
that such clever and elaborate work
could be done without the assistance
of the most elaborate machinery.
In the ladies' riding contest Miss
Blanche Mizelle captured the first
prize, and Miss Annie Davis, the sec second.
ond. second.
The last horse race of Friday was
a big surprise, particularly to the
Ocala sports. It was between Miss
Xancy. Tom Riley and Tonopah.
which came under the wire in the
order named. Miss Xancy had been
: last in the previous heats and was

consiaerea a siow norse. ine wise


Lost. Found, Wanted, For Sale

For Rent and Similar local He

Opposite A. C. L. Station.



mules, three and four
broken; weight 1200

from Kansas. E. C

j Lake Weir, Fla.

large young
years old; well

to 120;

J v
: V



Albertson, South!:

1 1-23-Gt1

B. B. BAUM, Proprietor.

clean cotton rags.

the Star



office, i :;:::-::-:::-:-:-c:


FOR RE XT Three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; bath and lights. P. A. Durand,
614 E. Adams St. 10-31-tf

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

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.


raked in mu?h

CO. 3

on this


Fred Pedrick won the motorcycle

In the

ROOMS FOR REXT One or more
rooms furnished for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping or unfurnished; good loca location;
tion; location; all conveniences; close to the
square. Address, D, care of Star of office.
fice. office. 11-10-tf
FOR SALE Three room house
and seven acres of land for sale on
gulf coast near Port Inglis ?325.
P. A .Durand, Ocala, Fla. ll-14-12t

en-room residence, all modern im-1
provements. close in; possession xo-j Trams 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Le23bur

vember 4th. Apply to Geo. J. Blitch
at Commercial Bank. l"-ol-t

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



pony con;

'Liddon. with Leland Roonev's

I See Our $11,000.00
I Ad in the Saturday
I Evening Post this week

Then come and see the Hotpoint appliances them themselves
selves themselves see
how they work
how serviceable
how beautiful
how reasonnbly priced

Ocala Plumbing and Electric Co.
Phone 280 West Ft. King

Va n
on v.

.;. '.on tirst place, and Charley Liddon.
with Marion Lumnnis' ponv. v.on sec-
v oncl prize $1 and $S respectively.
.;. ,William Hall on !rs o wn pony came
:" in third. This race was one or" th-
v most inte'-estini,- events of the fa:.
; Too much praise canno: be given
X'the veteran secretary. Mr. D. S. Wil-

liams. for his sco work for the fair.
j It has been a work of love with him.
!v and has borne good fruit. It would
: j be hard to find a man who would put
; his soul into his work as Mr. Wil-
: i liams has done. He has been w ith
jthe fair enterprise since the begin begin-.;.
.;. begin-.;. : ning and has never lost sisht of its
.:.! interests or failed to do everything in
his power for its advantage.
:! The president, Mr. C. Carmichael,

i'uc uiiiistii. iulu me wurti r.n nis
usual public spirit, and the result of
his efforts were everywhere seen.
Xobody works harder than Ed. for

old Marion.

Messrs. E. E. Robinson. J. R.

ClMoorhead. J. H. Talton and Clifford
. jPeabody and several others were ac-

A R EA L B A R G A I X A 2 S-acre i
farm with splendid house and all
necessary outbuildings, barn, etc.. j
good well, six miles from Ocala on;
hard road. This is worth investiga- i
ion by anyone interested. Address;
Ii. D.. care Star, Ocaia. 10-31-lm j
FOR SALE Two passenger auto-
mobile. Fully equipped and in good
condition. Will be sold reasonable. I

Address, "Auto," care Star j

For information and schedules call on
XL R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Aaent, OCAIA.

nished rooms for light housekeeping
Apply this office of S20 South Third
street. 11-4-tf

FOR REXT A six-room cottage

at 50& Tuscawilla street, acioss from j
. i .: ,ui v. ; i ,1 ; t, r,nlg


to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf

FOR REXT Five-room house
with large lot; 21 S S. Second St., E.
Annlv to S. E. Fraser, A. C. L.

ivard. ll-2S-tf


FOR REXT Lower Soor of Col Collier
lier Collier building; fireproof with cement
floor; also furnished rooms; all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. One block from
the square; rent reasonable. 11-1-tl

Peal-I bids will be receive-3 by J. II.
Brinson, su perintendent. on behalf of
ae Hoard of Public Instruction of
Marion county. Florida, at his office in
Ocala. Florida, until Tuesday, the 10th
day of December at 12 m.. for the con construction
struction construction of a school building: for the
said board in Dunnellon. Florida, in
accordance with plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications prepared by E. C. Hosford &. Co..

; architect. Eastman. Cia.
On ntlawaha nvniio or will also be received at the same
un UKiawana aenue or tirr and rlace. for tne installation of

"Friendship Circle" pin steam heating- and plumbing; systems
i in said hiiiliiiTif in afrnrilanpn with

with Edna engraved on it. Suitable ; plans and specifications prepared by


Apply ; on square a

reward for return to this office

said architects.

A copy of the plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications can hi seen at the office of the
superintendent of public instruction in

I the court house at Ocala. Florida, at
i the office of Mr. G. AV. Neville, at the
Bank of Dunnellon in Dunnellon. Flor-

Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, Independent j Q"ce of Iul. a Fort, ra-



Order of Odd Fellows,

(Tuesday evening at

col- Yonge's Hall.

meets every

desirable part of town; all new; $t
and iS per month. Apply to "W
care Star. 10-15-t:
FOR REXT Two or three fur-

and at the office of the architects E. C.

oU o ClOCK( in copy of the plans and specifications

t v .v: j i

COTTAGES FOR REXT For col-! Yonge's Hall. Fort King avenue. Vis- .; Eastman Ga., on receipt of a

ored people; conveniently located iDiitors m the city invited to be with as deposit or tio.oo to guarantee their

G. Lt. I aylor. G. J fore the date of receiving bids.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv. j By order of the Board of Public Tn-
! struction of Marion Lounty. Florida,
J this 4th day of November, 1913.
T, J. H. Brinson.
If you are interested in furniture' Secretary of the Board of Public
read ad. on page 2. .uZo d if



an at a tp rTPATTTvin ctad

UU-iLil Lj V iL IN ilN Vjr O 1 .MIX



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IJ. R. Carroll, General Manajer Fort V. Leavengood, Bumiic-
J. H. Benjamin. Editor




ill do for the
The oiTioe o:
i the most





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Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.


Oae year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, in advance 50

. (Foreign)

One year, in advance $S.OO
i Six months, in advance.... 4.25
j Three months, ( in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance SO

oi this sta
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ne voters

We now have a real

the Hen. Dancan l Flet Flet-not
not Flet-not let anyone fool yon

The Booster Edition of the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent, a copy of
which has just reached the Star of office,
fice, office, is an extra fine paper, replete
with excellent illustrations and in interesting
teresting interesting and instructive reading.
Almost anyone at a distance securing
a copy of this splendid paper would
liave an irresistible impulse to visit
the Sunshine City.

Certainly that is the kind of man
Ocala needs for mayor, and I thank
the Star for suggesting the words. I
always thought the Star would jump
on the band wagon. Edwin Spencer,
Jr., in the Banner.
Another instance of Mr. Spencer's
charming and convenient way of ar arriving
riving arriving at a conclusion by inference
rather than by analysis and about
as correct as his former effort.

marl or crushed stone and of the re remaining
maining remaining S.5 miles were -constructed
of brick. A number of Florida coun counties
ties counties have voted bond issues for road
construction in recent months, and
it is estimated that the expenditures
this year for improved highways will
amount to $3,000,000 or more.

As for the article appearing in

yesterday's paper, attempting to

derogate the administration of May

or Robertson, I desire to say that

since it did not in any instance quote
my former article correctly, and
since the writer did not have the
courage to sign his name to what he
wrote, I do not deem it necessary to
reply therto. I have always held it
to be true, Mr. Editor, that if a real
man had anything truthful to write.

into thinking for a second that it
would be well to elect anyone to fill
his place. It would be a calamity to
the state to allow a lot of disgruntled
office seekers to endanger his work,
not yet completed. Owing to- the

work he has in hand, its great im

portance to the state ana nation,
there is not a man in the state today

who could take his place and com complete
plete complete his work.


By George Fitch: The engineer is
the large, quiet man in overalls who
acts as mahout of the modern loco locomotive.
motive. locomotive. In the last thirty years locomotives
have quadrupled in weight. But the
same sized engineers are still used,
and are giving very good satisfaction.

The engineer is one of the few

men who can ride free on our rail

road trains nowadays. His is a pleas

ant life. All he has to do is to sit

on a cushioned seat and career

blithely over and through the space
and scenery and various obstruc

He does not have to work at all

The fireman does the work. All the

engineer does is to pull the throttle

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

The Mimroe & Chambliss Bank




For mayor, W. J. Edwards.
For alderman at large, M. J
For alderman first ward, W. A

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

pired term, J. R. White.
For alderman third ward, full
term, B. H. Seymour.
For alderman fourth ward, F. G.
B. Weihe.


The terms of office of both Judge
T. M. Shackleford and Judge W. A.
Uocker of the state supreme court

will expire at the end of next
year and it is announced that
they will both be candidates in the
1914 primary to succeed themselves.
Of course, at that time there will be
two places to be filled on the su supreme
preme supreme bench, and it is not definitely
known that any one else will aspire
to these positions. Ocala and the

entire fifth judicial circuit takes par particular
ticular particular interest in Judge Rocker's
candidacy. He is yet a citizen of
Ocala, and his splendid work as cir circuit
cuit circuit judge was his stepping stone to
the state's highest tribunal. Marion
county feels that his place on the su supreme
preme supreme bench is an honor to her.

and anything which he thought

worthy of publication, that he would and vank the reverse lever and man-

neither be ashamed to sign his name ipulate the brake and watch the
to it nor would he hide behind the steam guage and supervise the forc-
cloak of timidity. The sheep who ed draft and jolly along the head.
hides in wolf's clothing and he who u ht dvnamo and lubricate the steam

Those who are familiar with the

complicated system of court proce procedure
dure procedure which obtains in Florida and
many other states will be interested
in a new form of indictment propos proposed
ed proposed by a Xew York district attorney.
In a letter to the Xew York Times,
dated November 17, James C. Crop Crop-sey,
sey, Crop-sey, district attorney for Kings
county, calls attention to this revis revised
ed revised form of indictment for murder
now used in his office as follows:
''The grand jury of the county of
Kings by this indictment accuse the
defendant of the crime of murder in
the first degree committeed as fol follows:
lows: follows: The defendant on October
' 15, 1009, in the county of Kings,
wilfully, feloniously, and of malice
aforethought, shot Peter Smith with
a revolver, thereby inflicting injur injuries
ies injuries of which he died on October IS.
The foregoing contains just sixty
words. Pensacola Journal.
Why can't Florida have such con concise
cise concise legal methods?

conceals himself by a nom de plume
have always been held by me to be
first cousins. Edwin Spencer, Jr.,
in the Banner.
Let Mr. Spencer not worry him

self. Whenever anything appears in

the Star over a nom de plume, the

readers of the paper may be sure
that the editor has approved of it
and holds himself responsible. The

assertions made in the letter Mr.
Spencer refers to are established by
the records in regard to the vote in

the council, and very well warrant warranted
ed warranted by the circumstances in other re

spects. The gentleman who wrote

the article in Thursday's Star stands

dome and keep an eye on the super superheater
heater superheater and block up one side occa occasionally
sionally occasionally when the high pressure cyl cylinder
inder cylinder head blows out.
The rest of the time he rides en entirely
tirely entirely at his ease and amuses himself

by wondering if he can pick up the

next switch signal soon enough to

stop the train if it happens to be red.

The engineer, it will thus be seen.

leads a jolly life and enjoys a great

deal of travel during the year. He

usuallv travels about 2ou miles a

day, and when he gets off his engine

he looks like Othello in overalls. If
he travels too fast, the company lays

him off for speeding. If he travels

as high as anyone, and the Star will L th train disnatcher reports

stand for him. People who oppose him and if he suddenly stops travel-

Mayor Robertson tor omce have altogether in the middle of the

found out that by so doing they in- 1o,irnev. the coroner usuallv sits un-

uui dii cimuu ii u ui in in Liiai is iu j n, ffln;i .. -,-

i uu linn aiiu Liitr uiiiv-iaio iij iu ji j

say the least unpleasant, and entire- that he wrecked his train and him
ly uncalled for in proportion to theL. nn ,.

I .Lit UU liUi pvOC.

The engineer is always present at

The Telegraph is not one of those
papers which sneers at the "grape "grape-juice""
juice"" "grape-juice"" administration. We believe
that President Wilson and his cabi cabinet
net cabinet are doing the right thing in 'not
rushing into a long and costly war
simply because a lot of thoughtless
or interested people advise it. To
the contrary, we believe the admin administration
istration administration has the Mexican situation
well in hand, that Huerta has swal swallowed
lowed swallowed the hook and that Mr. Wilson
is simply playing the line until the
usurper has tired himself out, and
then he will be landed. Mr. Wilson
has inside information which is not
public property and upon this infor information
mation information he acts. The matter is in
safe hands. Starke Telegraph.
The Star is so glad to see the fore foregoing
going foregoing in the Telegraph. About a
year and a half ago. it would have
turned up its little toes in despair at
the very idea of such a crisis as the
Mexican situation and a Wilson ad administration
ministration administration at one and the same

issue involved. Mr. hpencer s two

letters prove this. In the first, he

broadly insinuates that Mayor Rob

ertson is almost the only honest and

capable man in the city government

in the second, he reters to a man
who has exposed and confuted his
insinuations as a wolf in sheep's

clothing. Mr. Spencer, however, has

not made any statement that he can
back up with proof, and he can't
produce any proof that anything

controverting his statements, or his

insinuations, is untrue. In the mean

time, it may be observed that the
gentlemen who are running on the
white primary ticket are not abusing
or threatening anybody, or insinuat insinuating
ing insinuating that anybody is a thief, or would

be a thief if he had a chance, or is
a wolf in sheep's clothing.

The objects of pleasure are two

in number. First, to kill time, and,;

second, to keep us from doing some something
thing something else which would make u?

more miserable. The pleasures of

the American people, roughly speak-

g, are likewise twofold; namely..


money and spending it.

We have just unloaded a carload of fine
Also a number of Good Horses

Xiwjwg.r;w it u m jm.jw, .viWiimiiyA, 1 1

Some people derive all their pleas pleasure
ure pleasure from making money, and others
all their pleasure from spending it.

Others combine the two. j

Being an inventive people, the

Americans have created many ways

of spending money. Being too busy

making it, to spend any time on thej

ui uugtia ui i mining, men luuuiij :
they spend a large-portion of it in
supporting the politicians. This, in indeed,
deed, indeed, is one of their chief pleasures.
And their superb sense of humor
enables them to enjoy intensely the

accounts of what all the politicians
are doing, which enterprising papers
publish from day to day.
The Americans have other pleas pleasures,
ures, pleasures, but compared with this one
they are mostly trivial. Life.

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.


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Genuine Florida 90 Day Oats, per
bushel, $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
Hastings 100-bushel oats, $1.23.
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel,

$2.50. 11-21-tf dly j

j Are You Getting the
Best Results Possible

From Your Kodak?


Editor Banner: I wish to thank
the editor of the Star, through the
medium of your paper for its recent
complimentary reference to myself,
and also for the following very able
indorsement of Mayor Robertson's
administration, which appeared in
the same article: "Mayor Robertson

all train wrecks, and usually he is in
a reserved seat in the front row.
When the engineer observes another
2 0 0-ton engine approaching his on
the same track, at the rate of sixty
miles an hour, he is supposed by
etiquette to remain at his post. This
he usually does, and when the wreck wreckage
age wreckage is cleared away he is discovered
holding the attacking engine in hi?
There are a great many different

causes of wrecks in this country, but
there is usually one standard result.
The engineer is ruined for all future
use as a citizen. It almost seems,
sometimes, as if many railroad com

panies used no precaution against
accident beyond supplying engineers
to serve as buffers between the op

posing trains.


Economy is the thing you practice
when you have so much money that

you don't care whether you spend it
or not. Extravagance has ruined

Interest in the progress Florida is
making in building and keeping up
good roads is noticed far and wide
and is most favorably commented on
many of the leading industrial and
trade papers and journals of the
country. One of the resumes of the
situation is contained in the follow following
ing following taken from a recent issue of the
Industrial Index, of Columbus, Ga.:
A total of 2.S4S miles of good roads
tyere built in Florida last year at a
rost of more than 1,000.000 accord according
ing according to an official report just made
public. Half of the roads were sur surfaced
faced surfaced with sand-clay, S57 miles with

manv. but economy more. Few neo

is a man of enterprise and public L,e wno really wisn t0 get on can af

spirit. Most ot his decisions nave
shown good sense, and the Star has

It is too ex-

often praised them." Edwin Spen

cer, Jr.
The Star is always ready to give
credit where it thinks credit is due.
Politics doesn't make it spiteful.

Ocala Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods and Stock and
Poultry Powders. Wo keep
on hand all the time:
Beef Scrap,
Blood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Scratch Food,
COXKEY'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line.
A large assortment of
Flower Pots.

ford to be economical.

Economy is the science of being
satisfied. That is the reason it is
beginning it is fatal. Never econo econo-omy
omy econo-omy should be indulged in with
much caution. Be successful first
and economical afterward. In the
beginning it is fatal. Xecer econo economize
mize economize in luxuries, because there is al always
ways always the danger that you may learn
to do without them. Much better, if
one has to. to do without necessi necessities.
ties. necessities. One can always do that.
Remember that if you can once
learn to be economical, you never

I get over it. This alone ought to
! deter any sensible person from in in-i
i in-i dulsing in it. Life.

During revival meetings in a west western
ern western city placards giving notices of
the various meetings, subjects, etc.,
were posted in conspicuous places.
One day the following was displayed:
Subject "Hell: Its Location and
Its Absolute Certainty."
Thomas Jones, barytone, will sing
"Tell Mother I'll Be there." Ladies
Home Journal.

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 bring a correct description of

your property with you. 11-5-tf
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.


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

Jacksonville, Nov. 2S. A large

j crowd saw Stetson University defeat

I the Bingham school here yesteraay

afternoon. The score was 25 to 6.

J. F. Pedrick, who was well known
in this county, having for a long time
been a resident of Citronelle and for
two terms a member of the board of
county commissioners, died at his
home at Coleman, Sumter county, on
Friday, the 14th, and was buried at
Morriston, his former home, on the
15th of this month. The news was
received here this week. We offer
our sympathy to the bereaved ones.
Inverness Chronicle.

DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye

j Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law

Library Building. Ocala Adv.

Ladies' you should see our line of
stationery and box papers. None bet better
ter better in the country. Tydings & Com Company.
pany. Company. 11-14-tf



Mr. C. E. Connor of Ocala, who
spent Thursday and Friday of last
week here, visiting with the Masonic

lodge, of which he

deputy grand master, returned to
his home Friday at noon. Inverness

When the new Dunnellon has out outstripped
stripped outstripped Ocala, and becomes the
logical site for a county fair, we will
see that plenty of transportation is
assured. Dunnellon Advocate.

The nobbiest line of correspond correspondence
ence correspondence stationery in the city has just
been put on display. Come in and
examine its texture and general
make-up. The Court Pharmacy. 11-tf

Send us your films for correst de developing.
veloping. developing. Developing of your films can only
be done once and correct developing
insures better results.
Our excellent facilities enable us
to give you Best Possible Results.
A most complete assortment of
Eastman Kodaks, Ansco Cameras,
Kodak Albums and supplies.
We Post pay all Films out of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. JENKINS CAMERA SHOP,
7 W. Forsythe St. P. O. Box 1366.
Jacksonville, Florida.

The University of Florida "Alliga "Alligators,"
tors," "Alligators," who have won many great pig pigskin
skin pigskin battles under the coaching of
George E. Pyle. finished the 1913

schedule Thanksgiving in a complete j

victory over the eleven from Mercer I
University, Macon Ga, defeating the j
stalwart voung men from Georgia's j ?

is the district -L.:0f Ronticr inctiTiitinn hv a srnre 1

o: 24 to 0. Gainesville Sun.


Orders for cakes, etc., for recep receptions
tions receptions receive prompt attention at
Carter's Bakery. 11-5-ti


Dental Surgeon

were discussing

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Thone 250

; i he two women

i the fashions. j ;
j "Dm you say that your husband OCALA, FLORIDA
I was fond of those clinging gowns?" Terms: Cash.
! "Yes, indeed: he likes one to cling

j to me for about five years." Cin Cin-;
; Cin-; cinnati Enquirer.

Dental Surgeon

I Special buffet luncheon 50 cents.

Every day from ii::ju to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
to eat. 11-11-tf

Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211



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


and Mrs. Reaves, with their
, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess and

children of Ocala, and J. H. Hans Hans-bury,
bury, Hans-bury, went to Tampa Sunday eve evening,
ning, evening, making the trip in the doctor's
Cadillac, and returning Monday eve evening.
ning. evening. The run to and from Tampa
is made in four hours. Inverness

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

Hairdressing, manicuring and
massaging by an expert at the Ocala
Beauty Parlor one door west of Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank corner. 11-11-tf

Call phone 291 if you wish to ex-!

Up-to-the-minute Men's
Wearing apparel when
you see it? If you do,
you are the man we
want to pass judgment
on our line of Fancy
Shirts, Hats, Shoes,
Neckwear, Underwear,
etc. Our goods will all
stand the closest scruti scrutiny,
ny, scrutiny, and we are anxious
to have them examined
real values when con confronted
fronted confronted by them.

E. G. Rivers
Harrington Hall

change furniture.







Room in yonr Home. A Bathroom is not only a luxury, it
is a necessity pertaining to the health and comfort of the en entire
tire entire family. I would like to make you plans and estimates
for same. Nothing but First-Class Material installed by
Skilled Mechanics.
Tfrie Plumber.'

I G. I. II. 1)11111 SHi?-





Jacksonville's Finest
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson. Thos. XL Wilson,
Jacksonville, Florida

Mr. E. Van Hood, Editor
Sea-milk In-triKtiuii in School-
Ever -ince scientific instruct

was ador-tei by state law as a

of the regular school course this h;

been a subject of discussion among
teachers in everv state in the Union.

county. Florida, dry.

cn the right side.




l'i:-!iinji ilie Saloon to the Jumping
Oir Place i
Arkansas Masons have made it:
Masonically unlawful for any mem-'
ber of the order to sign a petition
for a saloon. Slowly, but surely the
saloon as a legitimate institution, is

It has been, and to a large extent : being forced to the jumping-off!

still is, an open field. Each teacher place. St. Petersburg Times,
has used the method best suited to;
his school and community. For any j Nine Too Many or Not Enough
one teacher to say that his way is The nine Miami saloon men try try-absolutely
absolutely try-absolutely the best, betokens self-jing to overturn the recent wet or
conceit out of harmony with his ad-, dry election in Dade county allege
vancement; but as ideas are ex-am0ng other things that both the
changed, each one may cull those he:county and the city of Miami are in-

Solid Silver

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can best use.
The teacher should be the strong-

solvent and unable to pay their
debts. People less self-centered than

est intellectual and ethical force in the saloonists would hesitate to thus
the school room. Example is conced- j publicly knock their communitj-, and
ed to be the most effective method jto more thoughtful people it would
of teaching, for, "you teach more by,;OCCur that they are rather exposing
what you are than by what you say." j themselves. If, as the saloonists tell
Hence the first requisite is that the j U3 saloons make cities prosperous,
teacher be a total abstainer from all how is it that with saloons all these
forms of narcotics, both on and off years Miami is insolvent If nine sa sa-duty.
duty. sa-duty. loons were not enough to enrich the
The next requisite is correct infor- city, why were there not more? St.
mation. Reliable books, giving sci- Petersburg Times,
entitle facts in plain language, are'

now to be found in every up-to-date

school library. These the teacher

may use for study, class work or ref reference.
erence. reference. Other books in which facts


well there

is nothing quite

so sweet to the ears of

a bride as sterling silver.

Apart from the quality which

is high here, and the chasteness
of the patterns which can be seen

at a glance, it is important to know

that the prices are cot extravagant.

Our jewelry store is the best place in the

county to get suggestions for wedding presents.
We have made a study of this "gift question." It is our

business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.

Choose Your Gifts Here


are given in more simple language,
may be placed in the hands of the

No. 1,

local leaves Jacksonville

9:00 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a.
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville



To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Laundry


402-401 S. Main Street

Phone 101.

children and youth,
school laws generally

instruction be given in

the methods of presentation must
differ according to the age and ea ea-parity
parity ea-parity of the pupils in the classes.

The principles of pedagogy that!111- arrives Tampa 6 p

apply to other lines of instruction
are of the same value here.
Children of all ages learn more

As the state
require that

all rades '-ov' nn & uiaia i. u.,

arrives Tampa o:40 p. m.
Xo. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.


Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.

readily when the subject matter isj

presented before their eyes as well j Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa 8:45 a.
as to their ears, an.d remember morejm.; arrives Ocala 12:50 p. m.; ar ar-clearly
clearly ar-clearly when the hands and feet are 'rives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.


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manv mexoensive but daintv little novelties her fzwAMZ-.

besides silverware which will make excellent gifts.

This is a jewelry store where you can set Just what

you are looking for at the price you want to pay,
Everything in our fine line of silverware.

gems. Jewelry, watches, etc., contama

nothing out real, tangible values, w;w&ffiZW0m&4"-'
coupled with up-to-date styles. Iiii

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rhnniinor vnu r wrddinv JA'k.Z.'i.

gifts let us pros to
you that here is a

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At This Period Use All
Safeguards for Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these Is ice ur ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr MoClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

acting in harmony with these org organs
ans organs of sense. Oral and the text
book lessons should therefore, be
combined with blackboard lessons,
chalk-talks, notes, outlines, pictur pictures
es pictures and experiments. These should
be supplemented particularly in the
primary grades, with expressive mo motions
tions motions of the fingers, hands, head and
feet, giving emphasis to the most
important truths taught by stepping,
clapping or other appropriate exer exercises.
cises. exercises. The instruction should be positive
and clear. Much negative instruction
falls short of the mark. A perplexed
little boy once expressed it this way:
"You tell me what to do, but you
don't tell me what to do."
This does not mean that the in

jurious eriects or narcotics should
not be pointed out. and a decided
warning be raised against them. On
the contrary, the evils following
their use should be plainly stated,
the harm done to every organ and
tissue of the body should be clearly
explained. The class should know,
for instance, that the paralyzing ef

fect of all narcotics upon the inhab-j

itants is only one of degree, from
the soothing cup of tea or the tiny
cigarette, past the wine glass and all
its affinities, to total unconscious unconsciousness
ness unconsciousness under the opium pipe.
It does not mean that the positive
view of the strong, clean man or wo woman,
man, woman, who uses none of these things,
should be kept to the front. The
power of temperate life, which
means a self-control that can use
good things in moderation, and ab abstain
stain abstain from all bad things, should be
the point in every lesson. Augusta
B. Bainbridge, Los Angeles, Cal.

Xo. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.

The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.


Ocala Lodge No. 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. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recon'r Joseph Bell.
Council J. H. Taylor, president

l pro tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam,

C. W. Huntei, E. T. Helvenston, G.
A. Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
T.V. Clyatt.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
' Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.


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Des Moines, la., Nov. 2 4. Des
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the state supreme court this after

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The court reverses the findings

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soon as notified officially of the
court's ruling.
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(If yoj have any items for this
Marriage of Miss Wiley to Mr.
Many in this city will be interest interested
ed interested in the following clipped from the
Troy (Ala.) Messenger, for Mrs.
Brantley has frequently been the
admired guest of her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford:
At o'clock this afternoon at the
Baptist church occurred one of the
most brilliant and beautiful events
of the winter season, when. Miss
Julia Wiley, daughter of ex-Congressman
and Mrs. O. C. Wiley, and
Mr. James Thomas Brantley, of Way Way-cross,
cross, Way-cross, Ga., plighted their marriage
The sacred edifice was especially
resplendent upon this occasion. Na Nature
ture Nature had contributed her rarest flow-
ers witn tneir uem-cti-e iuiui
their rare perfumes; the decorative
artist, the poet, the composer had
each joined the spirit of the occasion
and each contributed of the full
fruits of his labors in vieing for part
in this memorable occasion.
Chrysanthemums predominated in
the decorations, with a wealth of
luxuriant tropical green. The colors
of white, gold and green were inter intermingled
mingled intermingled in the execution of the mag magnificent
nificent magnificent scheme, great banks of green
being broken by the snowy-whiteness
or chrysanthemums, while golden golden-hued
hued golden-hued chrysanthemums heightened
the color of the scheme. Beneath
graceful garlands of Southern smilax
a huge wedding bell of white flowers
and of moline was suspended, which
seemed like a canopy which love had
spread to cover the marriage scene.
The choir stand, chancel and altar
were covered in the most beautiful
of delicate ferns, while stately palms
and ferns added distinct touches to
the scene. At the head of the main
aisles through which the bridal party
passed, were columns of white, sur surmounted
mounted surmounted by floral arches.
The musical program preceding
the ceremony, with Mrs. J. P. Sei Sei-maa
maa Sei-maa at the pipe organ, and the choir
composed of Mrs. Harry Golsan. Mrs.
Eugene Murphree, Mrs. W. L. Da David?,
vid?, David?, Mrs. Walter Walters, Mrs. Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Boone, Mrs. Bailey Talbot, Jr..
Mrs. V. P. McKinley, Mrs. E. X.
Loftin, Mrs. Hubert Brown, Mrs. Key
Murphree, Misses Pierson, Charity
and Grace Hanchey, Messrs. Walter
Blake Kelly and V. P. McKinley, was
as follows:
Organo solo, "Grande Offertoire di
St. Celia" (Batiste) Mrs. J. P. Sel Sel-man.
man. Sel-man. Soprano solo, "All for You" (D'
Hardelot) Mrs. W. L. Davids.
Chorus, "Hail to the Happy Bridal
Pair," from "Lucia di Lammermoor"
(Donizetti) Choir.
Soprano solo, "The Sweetest Story
Ever Told" (Stultz) Mrs. Bailey
Talbot, Jr.
Organ solo, "Barcarolle," from
"Tales from Hoffman" (Offenbach)
Mrs. J. P. Selman.
Soprano solo, "The Birthday"
(Woodman) Mrs. Walter Walters.
The bridal party entered the
church as Mendelssohn's wedding
march was heard, as follows: Ushers,
Messrs. C. E. Groover, Mell Boyd,
Joe Kirven Brantley and Dr. Wiley
Beard; then came the bridesmaids,
Miss Alma Pierce, of Columbus, Miss
Nell Brock of Montgomery, Misses
Lillian Brantley and Lelia Nail. They
were followed by the two matrons,
Mrs. Emory Folmar and Mrs. Edwin
Windham. Then came the matron
Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
John Bunny, Flora Finch and Lillian
Walker in
(Pathe Play)
(Kalem Comedy)
(Edison Drama)
6:30 to 10 p. m.
5 and 10 Cents

department call phone

of honor, Mrs. M. Bibb Folmar, Jr.,
and the maid of honor, Miss Mary
Burford of Ocala, Fla. Four beau-;
tiful little flower girls came next,
little Misses Alice Boyd. Julia
Brantley, Olive Wiley Gardner,
Frances Thrower, who preceded the
lovely bride, upon the arm of her
brother. Captain James Wiley, who
gave the bride away. At the altar
where the officiating minister, Dr. R.
J. Bateman stool, the groom with
nis oest man, .ir. uecn .Mcawain,
avaited the bride. i
During the ceremony, the sweet j
strains of DeKoven's "O Promise j
issued softly from the organ,
some beautiful benediction. As
the party retired the-"Bridal Chorus"
from Lohengrin was heard.
The bride was especially beautiful
in a becoming coat suit of taupe
broadcloth, with hat, gloves and
shoes to match. She carried a bou bouquet
quet bouquet of bride's roses.
The matron of honor's gown was
of champagne crepe de chene, trim trimmed
med trimmed with two-tone lace over gold,
cut en traine. She carried sunburst
The two matrons were attired at attractively
tractively attractively in old gold charmeuse,
with old gold net, yellow fur trim trimmings,
mings, trimmings, black satin sashes, and orna
ments of brilliants. Their flowers
were chrysanthemums.
The maid of honor wore a beauti beauti-rul
rul beauti-rul gown of yellow bordered crepe
over lace, skirt bordered with fur,
and a tunic of silvered lace. The
trimmings were in russet shades.
She carried sunburst roses.
The four bridesmaids wore dresses
of green satin, cut en traine, with
lamp shade tunics of white shadow
laces, bordered with shaded roses;
bodices of white and black shadow
lace, and pearl and crystal trim trimmings.
mings. trimmings. Their bouquets were of- white
Two little flower girls were attir-
ed in white lace over green char-!
meuse. and two in white lace over
pink silk. They carried baskets of
rose petals, which they scattered in
the path of the bride.
At the Wiley residence, on Col College
lege College avenue, a large and beautiful
collection of presents were displayel
to friends, consisting of choict-at
patterns in silver, cut glass, china,
and numbers of other useful an
ornamental gifts.
Following the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Brantley left via the Atlantic
Coast Line for New Orleans, and
other points West, after which they
return to Waycross, Ga., where they
will be at home to their friends, f
i ne groom, a native rroyan, re resided
sided resided here until a few years ago,
when he removed to Waycross. He
is a young man of most excellent
character, and destiny no doubt i
holds for him a record of achieve achievements
ments achievements in the business and social
world. His fair bride has been one
of Troy's charming young ladies, ar ardently
dently ardently loved by her closest friends,
and admired by all for her cordial cordiality,
ity, cordiality, her charming manners, and her
genuine worth of character. Bright
and winsome, fair of face and form,
possessing the grace, and poise, and
refinement of true young woman womanhood,
hood, womanhood, she has drawn about her a
coterie of life-long friends.
The friends of this popular young
couple are unanimous in the wish
that the cornucopia, the horn of
plenty and the emblem of happiness,
may hover ever over them to shower
its abundance throughout the happy
years of their married life.
Miss Bobbie Baldwin, the attract- j
ive young lady from Mcintosh, who j
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Ditto and family during the i
fair, returned home today. She had J
intended to remain longer, but a
phone message this morning an-;
nounced the illness of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
entertain at a three
party this eening in
sister. Miss Ramona
Muncaster will
table bridge
honor of their
Kay. of Jack-
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier has returned to
her home from the hospital, much
to the delight of her friends.
Messrs. Winters Johnson of New
York. Arthur O'Donnell of Lakeland
and Roland Wilkinson of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, three students of Columbia
College and members of the football
team, are guests of Mr. Loonis
Blitch at his home at Blitehtcn. They
will all return to Lake City Monday.
Miss Grace A. Townsend after a
brief visit in this city as the guest
of Mrs. M. M. Little. left today for
Gainesville, where she goes in the
interest of the Christian Endeavor of
which for thirteen years she has
been the capable secretary. Miss

i Townsend was a delegate this year
to the great Christian Endeavor con-
vention at Los Angeles, at which
j time she was appointed secretary of
the International Workers' Union.
which has headquarters at Boston.
.She is also superintendent of the
I Sun.-hine" branch, and press super super-'
' super-' intendent and is a writer of great

I Jr. and .Mi s Beard Entertain Mis
A charming conclusion or" the
many social affairs given in honor of
Miss Julia Wiley, was the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment of the bridal party Monday
night by Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Beard.
The beautiful home was resplendent
on this occasion with a wealth of
floral decorations. The reception hall
nuiui uuiaiuut. icimuu
where punch was served, was glor-
ious in red.
In the parlors pink Killarney roses
ness reflected the young and joyous J
spirits of the bridal party. Music
added to its charm.
The decorations in the dining
room were green and white. From
the ceiling was suspended over the
table a wreath of white roses and of
plumosa, streamers of white tulle
connecting it with the four corners
of the lace covered table. Delicious
refreshments were served.
Much merriment was had over the
cutting of the bride's cake. Miss
Burford got the thimble; Miss Lill Lill-iam
iam Lill-iam Brantley the ring; Mr. McSwain
the dime, and Mr. Groover the but button.
ton. button. The guests enrolled their names
on the bride s book, which will ever
be a happy reminder to her of this
delightful occasion. Troy (Ala.)
All members of the Baptist sew sewing
ing sewing circle are urgently requested to
meet with Mrs. A. J. Brigance Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, as there
will be business of much import importance.
ance. importance. Mrs. Marietta C. Brooks of Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach is in the city and will
make her home with Mrs. Ola Potter
at o07 S. Second street. East. Mrs.
Brooks is an accomplished musician
and conies highly recommended as a
class in
will soon organize a
Mi?s Edna Borland of Fort Myers,
who has been a popular visitor in
Oeala during the month of Novem November
ber November as the guest of Miss Annie At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, left this morning for Citra,
where she will remain with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Borland
until they return to their South
Florida home.
Mr. .tn-1 MrhE. M. Williams were
the Thanksgiving guests of Mrs.
Williams' parerrts, Mr. and MrsZoI MrsZoI-ler
ler MrsZoI-ler in Brooksville.
Miss Minnie Stovall left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Tampa to spend a few
21 Pounds
Sugar for
One Dollar.
To each cash purchaser of $1.00
worth of other groceries, we will
sell twenty-one pounds of sugar for
one dollar on Saturday and Monday.
Remember, this offer is for these
i days ONLY.
J. L. Smith Grocery
I'll ONE 431.
Next to Ocala National Bank
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





A Pleasure to Announce to
The Ladies of Oeala, the Arrival
our Fall and Winter stock of

With all the Up-to-Date Styles and Novelties.
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We also have our full line of
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davs with her father, Mr. W. F. Sto
vall. Mr. Stovall expects to take a
motor trip through South Florida, ;
and he will be accompanied by Miss
Stovall. j
G. I. Singleton and family went to j
Ocala Wednesday to spend Thanks- j
uay. Inverness cnronicie. ;
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess and two ;
attractive children of Ocala were j
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Reaves at j
their home in tms city tne nrst or
the week. Inverness Chronicle.
Miss Eunice Bray of Ocala spent
Sunday visiting Miss Lucile Turnip Turnip-seed.
seed. Turnip-seed. Dunnellon Advocate.
Miss Mamie Pedrick spent the
week end in Ocala. Dunnellon Ad Advocate.
vocate. Advocate. WISE AND OTHERWISE
(Clipped Without Credit)
The easiest
not to try.
way to catch a flirt
If you have to walk, distance
doesn't lend enchantment to the
If you have a skeleton in your
closet you are lucky if you can keep
it there.
Theso explosive automobiles.
however, prepare a man for any old
insane celebration of Christmas.
It is hard to appreciate good ad advice
vice advice that fails to coincide with our
own desires.
The man
all never
others wise.
who thinks he knows it
tires of trying to put
Just the same, a girl with a face
that would scare a gasoline truck up
an alley spends fully as much time
in front of a mirror a a pretty girl
The pension bureau has more
drawers than any other piece of fur furniture.
niture. furniture. m m
There might be danger of another
deluge if women could only weep for
a purpose without getting their noses
There is something wrong with the
lofty ideals that run to highballs.




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(Rev. Jno. B. Ley, Pastor)
Bible school at 0:30 a. m.
Rev. F. R. Bridges will occupy the
pulpit at 11 a. m. This is Brother
Bridges' last appointment of the con conference
ference conference year, and always an interest interesting
ing interesting and popular speaker, he should
command a full house.
The pastor will speak at night.
His subject, "What's the Matter
With the World," contains an ele element
ment element of interest for all classes of
folks who use their thinkery to think
Strangers cordially welcome.
Appropriate music.
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to
the public to attend these services.
Every one will be welcome.
I race Church (Episcopal)
(Corner S. Broadway and Watula
St. Rev. .las. G. Glass, Rector; resi residence,
dence, residence, 311 S. Broadway; phone 415.)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
'.Mi7 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, litany
and sermon.
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer.
Choir practice 7:30 p. m. Friday.
Meetings of vestry and societies at
hours appointed.
(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. 3 p. m. Junior Union.
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Preaching by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. A hearty welcome to all.
It's always surprising how much
deeper a hole of debt is after one
gets into it.
There is nothing hypocritical
about the frank admiration some
men have for themselves.
Loose leaf memorandum books
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Of the Hospital Thanksgiving Day
Was Well Done
The woman's auxiliary board of
the Marion County Hospital wishes
to extend its very grateful thanks to
the young ladies who so kindly acted
as nurses on Thanksgiving Day, and
who received contributions for the
charity ward, amounting to $167.49;
also to Rev. Bunyan Stephens for
$7.82 for the collection from the
union service at the Baptist church;
to Rev. J. G. Glass for the Episcopal
collection of $9.35; to Mr. W. W.
Martin for a check for $5, and to the
public for its generous contribution
to the young nurses who were Misses
Minnie Stovall, Marie von Engelken,
Gertie Peyser, Victoria Raysor, Hope
Robinson, Hester Dewey, Adele Bit Bit-tinger,
tinger, Bit-tinger, Fannie Robinson, Lydie Mc Mc-Dougald,
Dougald, Mc-Dougald, Marguerite Porter, Rosebud
Robinson and Bessie Hull. The
largest amount was collected by Miss
Porter and Miss McDougald $61.35.
The total amount was $189.66.
Program to be Observed at Studio
of the Ocala School of Music, Sat-
i uruay, December 6, at lO a. m.
Vocal solo, by Miss Cecile Downs.
"Principles to Guide in Promo Promotions."
tions." Promotions." First speaker, Mr. J. H.
j Workman, principal of the Ocala
High School; second speaker, Mr. A.
I C. Maddox, principal of the Reddick
j school.
"How to Keep Pupils in Proper
Grades and Classes Without Offend Offending
ing Offending the Parents" Mr. E. H. Miller,
; principal of the Fairfield school.
; "How to Leave a Desire in the
Child's Mind to Know More and Go
Farther" Miss Carrie Dean, high
j school teacher in Ocala.
j Public cordially invited to attend
the meeting and especially trustees.
In Couaty Judge' Court, Marion Coun County,
ty, County, Florida
Whereas. Harry Baxter applied to
this court for letters of administration
on the estate of Joseph Y. McKinney,
deceased, late of the countv of Marion,
state of Florida:
Thee- are therefore, to cite and ad admonish
monish admonish all and sinsular the kindred
and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear before this court on or be before
fore before the
7th Day of Jannary. A. D. 1913
and file objections, if any they have, to
the rantin? of letters as aforesaid,
otherwise the same will granted as
Witness, W. E. Smith, county judfare
of Marion county. Florida, and the seal
of said Mjurt this 2&th dav of Novem November.
ber. November. A. D. 1&13. W. E. SMITH.
11-29-Sat (Seal) County Judge.



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a good man does not always mean a good title"
"men pass away, titles run on forever."
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Marion County.
ocala. fla.


Judiciary Livingston, Taylor and
Finance Carmichael, Helvenston
and Weathers.
Light and Water Taylor, Weihe
and Weathers.
Street Weathers, Weihe and
Fire Weihe, Helvenston and
Police Weihe and Bennett.
Market Livingston, Hunter and;
Building Bennett, Carmichael
and Taj lor.
Cemetery Carn, Weihe and Liv Livingston.
ingston. Livingston. Sanitary Carn, Taylor and Car Carmichael.
michael. Carmichael. LRIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prolate Wm. E. Smith.
County Commissioners C. Carml
chael, Oeaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction -J. IT.
1 Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala B
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn. Ocala.
Torpid liver,
constipated bowels
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gists druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklin
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Louis. Adv.
Spaced Out Too Much.
A Jtwige, In remanding a criminal,
nailed him a scoundrel. The prison
er replied: "Sir, I am not as big a
scoundrel as your honor here the
culcrit stopped, but finally added
"takes me to be." "Put your word?
closer together.'" i?aJJ the Judge
Down in Mind Unable to Work,
and What Helped Her.
Summit Point, V. Va. Mis. Anna
Belle Emey, of this place, says: "1 suf suffered
fered suffered for Id years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots, but with without
out without success. I suffered so very much,
that 1 became down in mind, and as help helpless
less helpless as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind
of shape. Was unable to do any work.
I began taking Cardui, the womar's
tonic, and got relief from the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 1 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 43 years years old, but feel as
good as 1 did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and 1 feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. 1 wish 1 had some power
over poor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good it would do
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been helping weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it.
Write f: Chattancca Medicine Co.. Ladies'
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Mr. Murdcck Met Affable Stranger
Who Published Autobiographies,
and in Due Course cf Time Is
Separated from Much Money.

Pittsburgh, Pa. It was in the late
SO's that Pittsburgh suddenly found it itself
self itself plutocratic. Iron had flowed into
town from the ore fields, changed into
steel in the blast furnaces, and, by
a happy modern miracle, finally as
gold, banked to the credit of thou thousands
sands thousands of surprised, half delirious citi citizens.
zens. citizens. Trade was stimulated beyond
belief; spending was lavish; heads
were turned. Pittsburgh became the
capital of gold.
Of course, following prosperity like
Nemesis, in trooped the vultures of
civilization. Crooks of all the known
varieties swarmed through the town
for a decade, reaping the fat har harvest
vest harvest with an ease and a daring that
were clamored half way around the
world and in particular the under underworld.
world. underworld. The police could do much to sup suppress
press suppress crimes of violence; it was not
so simple to thwart the vultures who
preyed upon the gullability of the
newly rich. Confidence games were
successfully worked in as many forms
as there were confidence men to in invent
vent invent them. I do not believe that any
police officer in the world was ever
confronted with as many preposterous preposterously
ly preposterously obvious methods of separating hon honest
est honest men from their money.
The case of William Murdock is in
point. Mr. Murdock was a pillar of the
community, a man whose business
sense had helped make Pittsburgh
what it was. On a certain Saturday
afternoon he emerged from a throng thronged
ed thronged barber shop and was accosted by
a pleasant looking fellow outside.
"Why, Mr. Murdock, how do you
do!" cried the pedestrian, holding out
his hand.
The benevolent financier paused, ad adjusted
justed adjusted his spectacles and tried to place
the young man's face. He failed, but
being a firm believer in sociabil sociability,
ity, sociability, as well as the other institutions of
Pittsburgh life, he fell into the
stranger's pace, ventured a remark on
the weather and pursued both that
topic and his companion's foot footsteps
steps footsteps until they reached Grant street,
a part of the town fairly unfamiliar
to him.
'"Upstairs I've got the finest history
of Pittsburgh and its prominent citi citizens
zens citizens that has been written," said the
tempter at that point. "Your name
and your picture come first in the
book. I've been looking for you for
a week. Don't want to sell you the
bock, you sknow it is not a commer commercial
cial commercial venture. Only we need another
detail or two about your life. Won't
you step up and see the proofs?"
The old gentleman ascended with
alacrity. They learned from a youth
in the office that the proofs had been
sent to the New York printer one
short hour before. The conversation,
extended now to three, was genial,
however, and continuous. Mr. Mur Murdock
dock Murdock had risen to leave twice before
the talk drifted to lotteries, specula speculation
tion speculation and the like a fascintaing sub subject
ject subject of which Mr. Murdock prided him himself
self himself that he know no mean amount.
The two men produced a new apparat apparatus,
us, apparatus, a contraption of the chuck-a-luck
order, which the business man pres presently
ently presently found himself whirling with
something nearer the gambler's pas passion
sion passion than he had known in all his cau cautious
tious cautious career.
In ten minutes Mr. Murdock had
won $5,000. The winnings, in large
yellow bills, were taken from a
safe and spread before him on the
"But of coarse we can't pay that
over to you'said one of the men,
"until you have assured us that we
would not have lost our money if the
game had gone the other way. Ten
thousand dollars not a check, you
know, but the kind of bills that lie
there on the table you'd do as a
guaranty of good faith."
One of Pittsburgh's safest business
men considered a moment, then pa patiently
tiently patiently started out to assure the gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen of his sincerity. At his bank
he succeeded in obtaining four $500
gold certificates, one package of
$1,500 in bills of $50 and $100 denom denominations
inations denominations and another $1,000 package
of greenbacks of the same size from
a gasping cashier, causing a hurried
replenishment of the bank's cash from
a neighboring institution. Mr. Mur Murdock
dock Murdock found his new friend waiting for
him at the bank's entrance, and to together
gether together they made their way back to
the Grant street office and the gam gambling
bling gambling wheel.
The fascinated old gentleman played
again and again. Ten thousand dollars
of his money and half that amount of
the stranger's money were the stakes
on the table. In half an hour Mr.
Murdock was informed that the ca caprices
prices caprices of the chuck-a-luck wheel had
deprived him of the rightful ownership
of not only his $5,000 winning but of
his $10,000 guaranty of good faith.
Dead Baby by Parcel Post.
Philadelphia. A package delivered ;
by parcel post to David H. Schuyler ;
an undertaker here, contained the
body of a newly born baby. A note ;
attached read: "This is from a poor ;
i mother. Please bury this little body ;
i and accept the inclosed dollar for
vour services. 1
Hotels Abolish Finger Bowls.
Minneapolis. Local hotel keepers j
nave voted to abolish finger bowls, j

When young Mrs. Marshall came to
I-. knowing that the start one makes
socially in a place counts for a good
deal, she made herself agreeable to
every one. became familiar with only
the best, was careful that her costumes
were cut in the latest fashion, and.
since the dominant circle admitted of
cavaliers for their prominent members,
she rather encouraged the attentions
of Huntington Dabuey.
It must be admitted that keeping
Mr. Dabney up to his duties as her
cavalier was hard work. His main ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment was leading a cotillion,
and he was not known to have any
secondary one. Mrs, Marshall could
stand to be put in a straitjacket cos
rume and listen to society gossip. In Including
cluding Including private quarrels and the mis mishap
hap mishap of the last social climber who had
fallen from an upper round of the lad
der to the bottom, but found It tire tiresome,
some, tiresome, indeed, to pretend to be flirting
with Huntington Dabney In a solitary
corner at a function in order to main maintain
tain maintain a reputation for being one of those
ladies to whom husband and children
are a bore. And it was the harder for
her because she was devoted both to
her husband and her children. As for
Mr. Marshall, she told him in the be be-cinning
cinning be-cinning what her designs really
amounted to, but he didn't take suffi
cient interest in the matter to remem remember
ber remember the explanation.
Among the other penalties Mrs. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall must pay for effecting an entrance
into L. society was the sitting In tight

slippers for several hours at dinner par parties.
ties. parties. Her feet were tender, and for
this reason her footwear was made of
light material, but even silken slippers,
made very small, binding the feet for
hours on a stretch, will at last cause
pain. It was sitting thus at a dinner
party for an unusually long period that
brought about a mishap to Mrs. Mar
shall that came very near plunging her
to the foot of the social ladder and
rendering her fall so unfortunate that
she would not have been able to begin
to climb again.
At the dinner in question Mr. Dab Dabney
ney Dabney was assigned to take Mrs. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall out. Mr. Marshall having been
honored by being assigned to the host hostess.
ess. hostess. Mrs. Marshall's shoe pinched, and
after enduring a long period of suffer suffering
ing suffering she slipped it off. Mr. Dabney.
who was a restless man. must needs
kick his legs about nnder the table till
he sent the slipper off to parts an
known. When at last the Innumera
ble courses had been finished and a
pousse cafe put a close upon the feast
the diners arose to go into another part
of the housi for a cotillion.
Mrs. Marshall, who had for some
time been feeling with her toe for the
missing slipper, finding that without
some expedient she must g with the
others in a stocking foot, so to speak,
when the party were rising, kept her
seat, talking very hard to her cavalier,
pretending to be so wrapt in her sub subject
ject subject as not to notice the movement.
Of course tlw gentleman kept his seat.
to, and was all attention. The lady
wntched out of the corner of her eye
the retiring guests and saw that no
especial notice was taken of her re remaining
maining remaining behind. As soon as the oth others
ers others were all gone she informed Mr.
Dabney that sbe had lost her slipper
under the table and had lagged behind
to recover it. Dabney started to. get it
himself, but the lady stopped him and.
getting down, groped for the missing
article. It was dark down there, and
Mrs Marshall was nearsighted. She
hunted some time without success.
Then Mr. D.ibney's gallantry got the
better of his discretion, and down he.
too. went under the table to help.
Th? host had scarcely left the dining
room before be proposed that the men
return for a pony brandy. Several of
the ladies whose heads were not easily
overturned by spirituous beverages de declared
clared declared that they, too, wanted "anoth "another.
er. "another. Suddenly the dining room door
ws thrown open, and a merry party
entered Mrs. Marshall, realizing the
horror of the situation of being caught
ljjder the table with her cavalier.
v hispered to him:
"For heaven's sake be still!"
Mr. Dabney obeyed orders. What
nlse could be do? The host poured the
hquor and all were standing around
the table ready to drink when hose
under it heard him say:
'Wh;it the deuce became of Dabney
and Mrs Marshall? They didn't leave
the dijjinc room with the rest of us."
"They must hnve zone out by anoth another
er another .l-wr." stitrested one of the woraea
"Drink her down." s:id the bot.
nnd we'll gu and look for them They
mu--t h;'.re gone up that stairway. 1
'.'it allow sinv si-nttering in my
hr;!e." he sidded jocularly.
The reveiers Ksed off the brandy
tk1 mi l.'iuzhing up the staircase
s ms the Uisi one had disap-
';! ii Mr MMrh;t!l scrambled m
nu tke a dew to an unoccupied
-.Kj- r-i,,-! f'iHnvvxi I v Mr Dnl'iiey
T'th the cMy-iier Then Mr Marshall
-. to ? j ?.? tieL'ati to run
... !. ;.-... Thi fnu"lit those
'I to' TJi.-Ili. and ex
,. voi no it?"
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f ji--f'.v i --. j Mritt ?.;d he
Oi it '- 'I :,-
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of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
P. O. BOX. NO. 48.
Coming Soutti?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land;
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
see me.
Oak or Pine,
Any Length.
Prompt delivery any anywhere
where anywhere in the city.
Ocala Wood Yard,
Cor. Magnolia & Jefferson Sts.
Phone 258
Made Daily,
25c per gallon.
Bought and Sold.
Farm -Tools, Caroline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, IJuggies, Harness, Beds and
Betiding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc.
Phone 481
310 S. Main Street, Ocala, Fla.
Charles Goddard
Livery and Feed
Successor to Tompkins &
Cobb, Livery Department.
Cor. Magnolia and Ft. King
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noil of
Methods that Should he Promptly
and Thoroughly Carried Out
by Our Stock Men
Perhaps some of the results of the
cattle tick upon cattle, in connection
I with the statement that every year
the loss of cattle occasioned by the
tick would more than pay for the
eradication of the tick, will lead cat cattlemen
tlemen cattlemen to lose no time in adopting
measures which will eliminate the
pest in the infested districts.
It is hardly necessary to state that
the cattle tick is a parasite peculiar
to cattle, transmitting a disease
iknown as splenetic or Texas fever,
some times called bloody murrain.
The tick infested milch cow gives
at least ten per cent, less milk.
Hides sell for one-half cent per
pound less, and by reason of the
quarantine regulations against tick tick-infested
infested tick-infested countries, an open market
is curtailed. Neither can you readily
fatten cattle which are infested by
This much of the evil effects of
cattle having this parasite upon
them, and it is believed that these
facts are sufficient to convince the
most skeptical of the necessity of
prompt action in killing off the evil..
An additional, and very important
fact, which might be added, is that
the milk from tick-infested cows is
unwholesome and unsanitary and
very dangerous to be fed to children.
The most effective and best way to
destroy the tick is the government
formula of a solution in which the
cattle must be dipped and is as fol follows:
lows: follows: Sodium carbonate (sal soda) 24 lbs.
White arsenic S lbs.
Pine tar 1 gal.
Water 500 gals.
Mix the soda and arsenic in a ket ket-rle
rle ket-rle containing CO gallons of water;
boil it 30 minutes; let this solution
cool to 140 degrees, then slowly add
the pine tar. Pour the solution into
the dipping vat and add enough ad additional
ditional additional water to make GoO gallons
of dipping solution.
This is poisonous and should be
handled with care.
Water Cattle Plentifully Reimv
j Dipping
Handle cattle carefully before and
The expense of the dipping va;
and pens has in many instances pre precluded
cluded precluded the farmer from this remedy,
and it is suggested that if several
farmers were to join in the cost of
the pens and dipping vats, to be used
jointly, the outlay would be small
and the benefit would be great.
The details of the pen. and the
manner in which it is constructed
are rather too technical for this ar article,
ticle, article, but bulletins on tick eradica eradication
tion eradication and other information will be
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is eouallv valuable as a
, General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.


OU are bound to tell the public about those
new Christmas Goods which you will shortly shortly-put
put shortly-put on display, to prevent carrying them
over. Now The Ocala Evening Star and

furnished on application to the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Animal Industry, at Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, or the local offices of the bu bureau
reau bureau at the following places:
Bureau of Animal Industry, Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City, Okla.
Bureau of Animal Industry, Little
Rock, Ark.
Bureau of Animal Industry, Baton
Rouge, La.
Bereau of Animal Industry, Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, Tenn.
State Veterinarian Agricultural
College (P. O.), Jackson, Mich.
From these bureaus information
can be gained regarding the expense
and cost of the vat. though the fol following
lowing following for ascertaining the capacity
of 'he dipping vat may be of assist assistance:
ance: assistance: Measure in inches the length at
the top and also at the bottom, add
those two numbers together and di divide
vide divide by two. That gives you the av average
erage average length. In the same way meas measure
ure measure in inches the top width and the
width at the bottom and divide by
two to get the average width. Xow
measure the depth of the tank in
inches. Xow multiply the first num number
ber number (the average length) by the sec second
ond second number (the average width)
and then multiply the result by the
third number (the depth). Then
divide the last result by 231 and the
answer will be the number of gal gallons
lons gallons your tank will hold when full.
In conclusion, this fact should be
thoroughly appreciated, that if all
the cattle on the farm are dipped
once every two weeks for a few
months in the above solution, all of
the ticks will be eradicated.
One tick is capable of laying 4,000
eggs. The eggs hatch in about three
weeks and each egg is capable of
furnishing one seed tick.
It is up to you to open the gate of
your quarantine line and by co-operation
and a little persistence it will
be only a question of a brief time be before
fore before you will be able to send your
cattle through to any market with without
out without inspection.
This is one case where the inter interest
est interest of the stock-raiser and the rail railroads
roads railroads are mutual. More cattle, bet better
ter better cattle and better prices means
more prosperity for the stockmen
and more tonnage to haul for the
State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co.. doins business in
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will rav
LARS DOLLARS for each and every case of ca catarrh
tarrh catarrh that cannot be eurd by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1SS.
(Seal) A. W. Cleason.
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally and acts directly upon tle
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
Fdt King Camp No. 14 meets in
Tonge"s Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Aa
Paleness, at times a flushed face,
unnatural hunger, picking the nose,
great thirst, etc., are indications of
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is a
j thorough medicine for the removal
of all kinds of worms from children
and adults. Kickapoo Worm Killer,
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. constipation and increases the action
of the liver. Is perfectly safe for
even the most delicate children,
j Kickapoo Worm Killer makes ehild ehild-i
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: Guaranteed. Try it. Drug stores,
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; Medi-; cine Company, Philadelphia or St.
; Louis. Adv.
OCALA LOIifli; NO. 280, R. P. O. E.
' Ocala Lodge, Xo. 2S6, Benovelent
! and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-;
; even-; ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a'ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
A cough that bothers you contin continually
ually continually is one of the danger signals
which warns you of consumption.
Dr. King's New Discovery stops the
cough, loosens the chest, banishes
fever and lets you sleep peacefully.
The first dose checks the smyptoms
and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F.
Mertz, of Glen Ellyn, Iowa, writes:
"Dr. King's Xew Discovery cured a
stubborn cough after six weeks' doc doc-tering
tering doc-tering failed to help." Try it, as it
will do the same for you. Best
medicine for coughs and colds,
throat and lung troubles. Money
back if it fails. Price 50 cents and
$1. All druggists, by mail, H. E.
Bucklin & Co., Philadelphia or St
Louis. Adv.
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. L'-2 8-tf
The Ocala Seed Store has the gen genuine
uine genuine clay oats at SI per bushel;
the Georgia cr Tennessee 90 day oats
a: S:-c. per bushel. 11-21-tf
Of IlauUrtipt Auction Sale
The. 11 r,';.r! fried. .T t Thomas
trustee in :ankru.Tev of the e-tate of
E. I'. Ker.:z and H. P. Rentz fc Sons.
nerer-y Give? notice mat pursuant 10
an or ler rra on the loth day of Xo Xo-vemhrr.
vemhrr. Xo-vemhrr. A. I. I S 1 3 by the Hon. Chas.
S. Adams, referee in bankruptcy in the
matter of E. P. Rentz and K. P. Rentz
v: Sons. bankrupt?. pending in the
United States District Court for the
Southern District of Florida, he will
Friday, the oth Day of December,
1913. at 10 O'Clock A. M.
at the sales .--tables of H. J. Nichols on
Proad-.vay street in the city of Ocala.
Marion county, Florida, offer for sale
and sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, forty-four 4 4 mules, with
carts, harness and equipment, or so
much thereof as may remain unsold at
that time. Said mules may be inspect inspected
ed inspected at the stables of Tompkins fc Cobb
and at tne staoles of H. J. Nichols in
eal3. Florida, and may be purchased
; at private sale from the undersisned.
' all sales hereunder to be subject to
confirmation of the court.
i Trustee in Bankruptcy of E. P. Rentz
and E. P. Rentz & Sons. Bank Bankrupts.
rupts. Bankrupts. 11-22-tf dly


Dec. 2 Creatore's Band.
Dec. 13 "The Leopard's Spots."
Dec. 16 Xeil O'Brien Minstrels.
Dec. IS. Last Days of Pompeii.
Dec. 27 Bought and Paid For.
Dec. 30 Coburn's Minstrels. j
Jan. 1 "Divorce Question."
Jan. 6 "Tie Shepherd of the!
Jan. 12, 13 14 De Armond Sis Sisters.
ters. Sisters. Jan. 17 "Polly of the Circus." j
Jan. 20 Mary'o Lamb Company.;
Jan. 27- The Soring Maid Co. i
Jan. 2S Anti-Saloon League Iec-j
ture. 1
Jan. 30. Paid in Ful.
Feb. 3. Smart Set.
Feb. 10 A Modern Eve. j
Teb. IS. U. of F. Glee Club.
Feb. 23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-;
strels. i
Feb. 24 Fine Feathers. I
Mar. 1 to 11. Chautauqua. I
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II. D. Ely, of Bantam, O., suffered
from horrible ulcer on his foot for
four years. Doctors advised ampu amputation,
tation, amputation, but he refused and reluctant reluctantly
ly reluctantly tried Bucklin's Arnica Salve as a
last resort. He then wrote: "I used
your salve and my foot was soon
completely cured." Best remedy for
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Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &i
A. M. meets on the first and third;
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of SI. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St..
St. Louis. Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
Ocala. Fla.. Nov. 6th. 1513.
I'nder and by authority vtsted in the
undersigned as mayor of the city of
Ocala. a municipal corporation organ organized
ized organized and exi-tinsr under the laws of
the state of Florida. I hereby proclaim
and z:v- notice that a municipal elec election
tion election for the citv of Ocala is hereby
.-alb-d and will be held in the said city
of Ocala, Marion county, Florida, on
!1h Day of Ieniber, A. I. 1913
for the purpose of eiectinsr a mayor of
the said city: also a councilman at
larse of said city; also one council councilman
man councilman from the first ward; also one
councilman from the second ward: also
two councilmen from the third ward,
to-witi One to serve as regular coun councilman
cilman councilman from said ward and one to fill
the unexpired term of Mr. B. A.
Weathers, resigned: also one council councilman
man councilman from the fourth ward for the said
city aforesaid, and hereby appoint the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. 1. Georz Stuart. F. B.
Beckham. J. A. Chandler, inspectors;
and o. B. Howse. clerk.
Ward No. 2. C. H. Mathews. T. D.
Lancaster and Isaac Stevens, as inspector--;
and H. H. Whetstone, clerk.
' M;
! Jr.
Ward No. Z. Wm. A. Jeffcoat. E. P.
Martin. L. Hurst, as inspectors; and
Jr..- E. Bailey, clerk.
Ward No. 4. E. W. Kraybill. A. Y.
runk and I. W. Ozle. as inspectors:
and R. C. Loveridsre. clf-rk.
Attest: Mavor.
11. C. SISTRUNK, Clerk. 11-8-Sat 4t

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Seal P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of thf Board of County Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Marion County. 11-8-sat d wS

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