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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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HOUSE AND SENATE MEMBERS ARE IVOUG Oil IKE
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Washington,
Oct. 22.-Wiih ad
journment hy night .pracifcally
assured, 'both Senate and Hom;e to today
day today are ; working finally to dispose
cf "he war tax hiV, iwhfch twas agreed
t3 pon !by conference last "night.'
frihe collaj5 in the '-House fig;ht of
Southern members -for cotton relief
fl eg! Nation paved the way 'for ad adjournment.
journment. adjournment. The leaders in the cotton
movemeat havti -abandoned (hope of
i-earring aid (from Congress this ses ses-r.;,n.
r.;,n. ses-r.;,n. PA SSE D TH I : WW R TAX 111 LL
Washington, Oct. 22 By a vote of
32 G to 52, the Ilorrse voted to tJdcpt
? conference report o if the 'war "tax
bill this 'afternoon. .'.
CAPTURED
CANAL
g humans making slow, hut
steady progress in
relgium
IBerfin, Oct. 2 2. The capiu re of
Mie north orn French canal system,
Ironi Arfeux ito the Oiseriveiy after
hard fighting, is expected to have
much effect ten the campaign In 'nor 'northern
thern 'northern France. 'Every attack by the
a-MIes has teen .repulsed.. The Ger Germans
mans Germans are 'making progress, though
slew, in Belgi rai. Xo decisive re-s-ulis
cn the eastern frontier.
NEEDLESS NOTICE
One 'time a member -of the Bta r
"'fcree -was lathering his 'face 10 pr pr-oare
oare pr-oare his phiz i'or a tibave, when- his
wife asked (him if he .was groin g to
take a shave. His answer was: Xo,
he- was fixing to shine his shoes.
It seems useless to call the atten attention
tion attention of our readers to the two page
advertisem'ent in fhis issue of Mr. B.
Goldman's new store, -the OoaCa .Bar .Bargain
gain .Bargain House, named last nveek, under
the ccm'.petitive plan.
This is 01 r. Goldman's introdue introdue-ttory
ttory introdue-ttory sale, to introduce his 'big store
uvitih.1 its shuge stock of good, to the
people of 'the central 'Counties dt the
??tate.
iRead every iMne of the ladvertise ladvertise-civent
civent ladvertise-civent and -call on Mr. Goldman at the
s?tore, the store 'Where 1My the
Best Values 'Wm Out."
'Everj'thing in the kodak line, at
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Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or Overcoats made by us
to your individual measure cost you only $15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to S20
more. I have been making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as good clothes here for 15 dollars as you can. buy for more money elsewhere.

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V CUriSKHS ARK PEUN1CIOUS PEUN1CIOUS-IA'
IA' PEUN1CIOUS-IA' ACTIVE
London, Oct. 22. A dispatfJi
frorni iSimia, India, says it is repctrc repctrc-ed
ed repctrc-ed t'hat.the German cruiser T3iiicUn
has sunk several .more British hl)s
and landed their :revs in Cochin.
SUNK ANJ UrUNKI) MANV SIIII'S
Das Pailmas, Canary Islands, Oct.
.22-T!he Norwegian steamer Peg Peg-iicone
iicone Peg-iicone Teported tod'ay that it .was
s;'opp-i by a German cruiser. Tie
eaptain told fhe Norwegian captain
that he he'd sunk eleven liritish a:i:i
Treiiiih' merchantmen and one Ir..ni Ir..ni-ian
ian Ir..ni-ian aid p carry in g f ood to En gla n ;!
ITAUAOS HAVE
OCCUPIED AVLODA
AI NEWS OUT OF U03IE IS
CL.OSK1.V CENSORED
3-ondon, Oct. 22. uAa unconfum unconfum-ed
ed unconfum-ed 'disipatch 'from Venice states Mat
Italian gunboats have landed a om-I-anvfCf
(marines at iAvlor.a, and that
tire Forty-seventh Italian infantry is
ready to embark for that piace. All
news out of Rome is strictly censor censored.,
ed., censored., TiLOBE'S SALiK TOMOUUOW
, IThe Globe will have a spe3ial
fai'l opening and introduction sile,
coniimencing itoniorrow laronxin-g at
9 o'clock, and tall day -wil Slave
special ihour sales. Look for the big
ibig iad. in tomorrow's Star 'for 'la r r-g'ains
g'ains r-g'ains 'from day 'to day ac this E;Are.
TEIiKQRAPH OPERATORS WIUj
ILWE JIORE IiEI5URE TIME
On uccount of depression of t us us-iness
iness us-iness the Western Union and Postal
Telegra-ph Companies' office hoirs,
on Sunday, will ;be from 8 to 1(1 a.
m., and 4 .to 6 p. an,
C. K. .Sage, Mgr. W. U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, Igr. Postal Tel. Co.
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Petrograd, Oat. 22. -fhe ofliclal
statement today. (failed to disguise
the 'facjt that tne Germans are onily a
few miies from Warsaw It states
that the Genmag (have been TepulseJ
.'between; Pruszkow and Elonie, eight
'miles soutiheast of -Warsaw.
dleavy fighting 'has 'been .going on
south-of Przemyls ifor six 'days. The
Austrian J'osses are heavT.
RETREATING
UTTER ROUT
ieISER'S MEN, PETROGRAU
SAYS, WERE WALLOPED BY
COSSACKS
Petrograd, Oct. 22.- It Cs official
ly announce a icnis artern'on t-'nat tne
(beaten German's in Russian Poland
are fleeing in disorder.
BRITISH RELEASED
AMERICAN
J OUS 11 ULL I S A FIIA II) TO E N N-RAGE
RAGE N-RAGE JOIINDEK
.. Washin gtcn Oc: .22 .'Great Brit
ain icday -cirierei the irdlea's'e of the
Standard Oil tank ohi'p, ;.Jcihn Rocke Rockefeller,
feller, Rockefeller, si ezed near' tne: Orkney Is Islands.
lands. Islands. . -: ;
We are selling Stock and Poultrj
Powders and Medicines at half pVicf.
Two ,25cts or 50cts packages sat one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
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mored armored howitzers of the French army.
It Is mounted on a flat car of a war
train and foldfhg arms swing from
both sides when it is fired to keep the
recoil from overturning the car.
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CHEERFUL CONTRIBUTIONS OF
GERMANS TO THE WAR
VV;:'":-; CHEST
tBerfin, Oct. 22. It is "announced
tn'at the s!ContTiibution to the war
loan mow exceeds seven hundred and
fifty imiilion dollars.
RAXTER CARN HAS
BOUGHT A DALE
Mr. Baxter Carn has. joined the
distinguished company, made -up of
President 'Wilson,' Governor Tram-
imeM and ether notables. 'He has
'b'Ciiig'ht a tale of cotton bf Captain
Saim Py.les a commodity .lie has no
'present need Cff just to stiinrdlaxe
activity .and encourage the ifarmers.
Ca.ptain Pyles.lias a (dozen 'bales of
fine cotton, and has no objection to
.Mrl Carn or ; any other nagpate
.buying tne whole1 'bundh.
The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 10-2-6t
HAPPY HERO OF NAMUR
One of the heroic defenders of. Na Nana
na Nana ur who found his wife and child
waiting for him on his return to Zee Zee-bmgge.
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Pans,. Oct 22. Furious counter!
attacks iby the allies .toward Court Court-rai,
rai, Court-rai, in ian attempt o scut off ttie Ger Germans
mans Germans derating near .Xieuport, Dix Dix-m'unde
m'unde Dix-m'unde and Yipres, are "rep-orte'd froai
the-'north.
BELGIANS STILL BRAVELY I BAT-
.TLING
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. rHigh praise is given the' Belgian
lariiiy. Fighting tgoes on night and
day, with attacks 'by flan d, sea and
air. T'he mighty conflict that- be be-garr
garr be-garr 'Septem;ber. 12, thas develcxed a
tmagnitu'de nitherto -unknown in his history.'
tory.' history.' f
DESTRUCTION IS SCATITHIED
. BROADCAST
Oxer, fifty 'towns tend .-visages 'have
'been cctopaetely 'wiped out. 'by artil artillery.
lery. artillery. iMany n'on-combatan't'3 (have
(beem :kJl'led.' '
CAN'T REACH THE CHANNEL
jT-here is a confident 'feeling here
that the German English channel ex expedition.
pedition. expedition. h as 'failed tand from now on
the Germans must fifht cn the, de-fensive-
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ALLIES MAKING FIERCE COUX-
TlvR ATTACKS
London, Oct. 22. All dispatohes
fro.:n French, Belgian and t Dutch
sources today Indicate that the ai ai-lies
lies ai-lies 'are steadily gaining in France
acd ,Be;gium. German attacks 'have
been opulsei. The allies arc fol fol-wO'wing
wO'wing fol-wO'wing 'Up thir. a'di'antage with vio-
Cent counter attacks, The Germans
h!ave' "been driven from. their tranch
es aton -gthe waterfront by fBr:tIs,:i
waxshiiis.
BERLIN Cm IMS RUSSIANS ARE
11EATKX
A. Berlin dispatch states ihtX. t'he
-Russian' campaign in Galicia, and
vHungary 3ias ibeen completely, shat shattered,
tered, shattered, s '
JLfOn'dfon, Oct. 22. -Late dispatches
s-'L!a.te that. the allies rhave occupied
CDurtrai and 'Xieuport, after pushing
Che Germans eastward 'from Dlx-mund'e-
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SHELLED BY BRITISH SHIPS
Lendon, Oct. '22., A' (News dis dis-tpatch
tpatch dis-tpatch 'from Ams'terdam says the al al-Qaes
Qaes al-Qaes have destroyed the -railway to
Ghent.
Eleven British warships bombard-
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FIGHTING WITH UNDIMINISHED
FURY
Paris, Oct. 22.-(Ofiicial) At 5
p.' on'., the furyso t!io German attack
on the allies deft wing, now extend-'
tng. -across ; the ifrontier into Bel Bel-giu;m,
giu;m, Bel-giu;m, continues ainidlm!nis.heJ. Tho
German's are making continual assaults,-
'but thus iar have been re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed.
WXT STAY IN THE CANAL
. .London, Oct.' 22.- A31 of the' cne cne-tms
tms cne-tms ships refugeeiiig in the Sue:'
'Jr.i: ;1 fv.ili- be 'compelled; fto !cave. ."
iEBIOHS SITUATIOEI
IN PORTUGAL OX ACCOUNT Oi
A ROYALIST UPRISING
.London, Oct. 22. A serious 'situ 'situation
ation 'situation 'h'ass developed in Fortural, the
reiu'Jt of a-royaliHt cutbra'ak. Wire
Li'oson has .been interrupted,
INDIANA BANDITS SEEM
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rCainfie, In!.;- :0c:. 22. Five
bandits, who held ni the guests of
the Plaza hotel in JTerre .Haute, t'o-'
curing $1,000, early this, rujrair.
and ej japed in an automobile, ".vera
captured here an I the money re-
I, 'jo v red. Tho ba:;llts are In jail xt
in I-anapolis.
NOTICE
To Telephone sSuhscidbsrs:
PJeare list in war JI rectories
phone Xo. 451. J. ZK fMcCaskilL I
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, h C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any ho sr. Adv.
v, TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
For rent, two S-rrom,' 2-tory
houses on North :Magnolia street,
near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
ifgdxts; water and other mo Jern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. A;ply;at this ofiice. 13-lf
The best Ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 1 0-2-6 1

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THE OCALA EVEXIXG SlAU. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class, matter.

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DEMOCRATIC TICK FT
General Election November 8, 1014
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
FRANK CLARK.
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SILVCKLEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
For Railroad Commissioner:
R. HUDSON BURR.
X. A. BLITOH.
Vor State Senator, 20th District:
GLEXX TERRELL.
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For Representatives:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HEXDERSOX.
For Tax Assessor:
ALFRED AYER.
For Tax Collector:
V. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN 31. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
WALTER LUFF MAX.
X. A. FORT.
S. R PYLES.
For (Members of School "Soard:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCII.
J. S. GRANTHAM.
B. F. Yoakum," one of the most
prominent railroad anen in the
country says that in government
ownersfaip (lies the only solution of
the railroad ipro'blem.
European nations won't have lo
fighting (because so 'many offic
ers 'have -been 'picked off -by sharp sharpshooters.
shooters. sharpshooters. .They have suddenly dis discovered
covered discovered that they can promote men
from .the ranks. That is the Amer American
ican American way.
Some of our contemporaries are
poking fun at Rennekampf, a B.us B.us-tsian
tsian B.us-tsian general, becomse the said he
fwoujld. eat his Christmas dinner in
Berlin. (They had (better wait until
(they are sure the said it (before they
criticise him. Some of the veracious
rvvar correspondents say that' the
German army
rage was ffaioeiea
"To (Paris," two (months ago, hut
the Star opines that is another fairy
story.
iMany of our esteemed contempo
raries (bewail 'the fact that calling in
Mohammedans and ipagans to help
Christians fight each other (has a de-
Qeterious effect on missionary work.
Thev need not worry. .The heathen
tire not fooils, and they began hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of years ago, to notice the dis
position of Christian individuals as
well as nations to rob and "kill each
other.
The rumors that Russia will make
peace with Germany and leave
France and Britain in the lurch,
continue to (multiply. .The Star will
believe them when they materialize.
A study of the history of the last
'200 years will show that (Russia has
(been mere faithful to her (promises
ithan any other nation in Europe.
And her people have been more
steadfast in: traditional friendship
(than any in the world, Americans
not excepted.
Final argument in the
.govern-
ment suit to dissolve the United
States Steel corporation, the great greatest
est greatest combination Of capital in the
? world, on the ground that at was
created! In violation of the Sherman
anti-trust law. (was begun in Phila
delphia yesterday before four United
(States circuit judges sitting as the
United' States court, district of New
Jersey in which jurisdiction tLe pro-
ceedings lwere Intsituted.
Henry W. TJiay. who killed A. B.
Wrenn in Tampa some years ago,
thf said kill in a: 'being one of the
most atrocious murders ever perpe
tralted in the state, and who was
sent to the penitentiary for life,
has been given a conditional pardon.
The Star hopes that the time will
soon come When every peaceful and
law-abiding citizen will wear a
rast of mail and carry a gun. The
law cannot protect fhim against any

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Three months, in advance.
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man -who takes a sudden notion to tosh
sh tosh oot him or hack him to pieces,
and if he is killed it -will not punish
'his murderer unless, of course,
the said murderer happens (to .be a
nigger.
A FLORIDA W03IAX
ONjlRIAL FOR MURDER
The Star heartily endorses the
following from the 'Miami. .Metropo .Metropolis:
lis: .Metropolis: Rut Her Victim was "Well Known'
A .woman has .been indicted on a
charge of 'murder In the first degree
by a Pensacola grand ury, and has
been sent to jail to await her trial.'
The crime for which she may give
her life was the killing of a swell
known young man" of Pensacola
'for the seduction on'd ruin of her
sixteen-year-old daughter. She shot
him in -the presence of several (wit (witnesses,
nesses, (witnesses, so there is no use of her
pleading "not guilty" even if she
wanted to; and from this distance,
it 'looks as If her chances are small,
because as !we have said foef ore-
the creature she Idled was a promi
nent young man of Pensacola.
iHad the crime against her daugh
ter (been done .by a negro, her killing
of the 'criminal iwouild have made her
a heroine. She would have found,
that there was no need for 'her to
take justice in her own (hauls for a
mob composed of leading citizens"
would have gone like a pack of
hounds after the negro and would
have perhaps 'burned his body while
it was1 still writhing from the
wounds of their pistol 'sbots.
But this ds different. It is a "wp11
known young man" and if the anoth
er had undertaken to have the courts
handle his case, she would! doubt
less Ihave seen the usual tactics of
wen; (paid attorneys and venal jury-
mien. ne would (nave naa cne awrai
ordeal of a (public trial and at the
end '.would iharve (probably seen the
"wold known young iman" freed on a
technicality!
She sbot 3ii(m. Being al i worn an
there was no certainty of her aim
being true, -but she was thinikinig of
her little girl and the (bullet found
Jodgment that made a fatal wound.
Shocked and angered that such a
fate should come to a "'well known
young man," the authorities of Pen
sacola were quick to arrest 'her and
now the grand jury aye sh is igullty
Of murder in the first degree!
(Had the 'girl had a father to fir
that pistol shot, would (he not have
had a chance Of dmnnediate acquit
tal? If the "'well known young man"
(had ibe-en (poor and .without influen
tial f riends, would not .the woman
have been ipralsed and feasted (by an
admiring Pensacola?
Some of our citizens Who have
repeatedly demonstrated that they
are progressive, that they have the
interests of Ocala at heart, and that
ithey are twilling to pay their hare,
and then some, In making inrprove-
(menta are hmnnspd ftn liho. TVrinsniriccarl
x x wm. vjv-uvu
bond issue. Denouncing these gen
tlemen as obstructionists and saying
that they oppose 'bonds ifor "personal
reasons, fis not courteous; neither is
it truthful.
Mrs. J. iR. iMoorhead will go to
Citrus county Friday to wind up her
season's work in that vicinity in the
canning dub interests. While LMrs
aioorhead Ss one of the tmost efBcien
women in norma, ana m tne can
ning dub capacity has no superior
and fully competent to manage
many counties single handed in the
iwork, yet we should like to keep her
within (Marion's borders exclusively,
(lending her. figuratively, only to
(help our neighbors.
The naughty New York (Mail says:
The Frenchman faces shell and hall,
In pants as red as flame;
The Scotchman wears no pants at all,
But he gets there just the same
"Our Mr. Wrenn." The
Murray
Company.
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When yov
need
stationery, go to
KREGER'S.
9-24-tf
DENXISON'S lunchvsets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 92 4-t

AT -THE COURT HOUSE
THIS EVEXIXG

Is to Re Held a)Ias Meeting of Cit Citizens'
izens' Citizens' to Discuss the Bond
Issue
A mass meet ins of citizens to dis discuss
cuss discuss the propped bond .Issue will be
held at the court house this evening.
The Star (hopes 'there will be a large
attendance and th;
all .will express
their opinion ful'Iy and freely.
A NEW FACTORY
FOR
OCALA
This paper stated a few days ago
that Mr. O'FarreO was inthe citv,
(with the intention of establishing
an ice cream factory here. Mr.
O'Farrell has now definitely de.cided
to go into business here, and rtihe ar
ticles of Incorpcfration appear in an
other column of this paper.
The co'm'pany is heing Chartered
under the name of (Marion fBottHing
& Ice Cream .Comipnay, an d will be
in actual operation within 40 days.
A suitable (location will he selected
in Ocala and made ready as fast as
possible. An entire new plant of
(machinery will he shipped in, part
of which has already heen hought.
The company comes to Ocala
without asking for favors or con-
Cessions, and has ample capital to
operate, on-, with men of long years
of practical experience 'in (business
iThe IStar (has seen written 'testi
monials and leitters of recommenda
tion that iSMr. O'Farrel'l has with
him from hankers, wholesale an!d re
tail firms,' tprofessional men and
(public officials, (Which speak in'' the
(hightest terms of hoth iMr. CFarrell
and Afr. jGaHdher. as to their (busi-
loicss ability and (personal character.
The business of (the company will
be to manufacture ice cream (for the
trade only, and it expects to ship
this (product north as far as Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and south as far as the rail railroads
roads railroads (go. It (wishes it understood
.from the start that it will not retail
its (products, but will sell to the
doalers, and (hopes to make prices
lalnd (products so attractive that no
dispenser will attempt to make his
own cream, 'but twill buy from the
.factory, which, in' experien.ee and
equipment is so much 'better iprep iprep-arod
arod iprep-arod t'o make it.
(The com'pany iwfll create a big de de-mart
mart de-mart d for milk and cream and (feels
that it will be aibile to secure all.it
needs from the local source of sup supply.
ply. supply. V"
Its other Ifino of business v twill be
the bottling of Glo-Cola, for which
(product It has all of the state east of
Chattahoochee as torrltory. It will
not only (bottle the iproduot for the
trade, ibut iwifiH (have, men on the
.road selling he syrup. iMo-Oola Is
made from the original (formula of
cooa-cola tanld is not (an infringement
or a substitute, which cTaim is back backed
ed backed up by the courts.
About 20 people will be empiloyed
fin the factory and a number of new
families will come to the city with
the enterprise.
As to the men twh?o rae at the head
otf h'e company: IMr. H. H. (Gardner,
the secretary, Is originally, (from
Mind en, JLa. (He iwas for ta Hong time
with the Purity Tee Or earn Co., of
Valldosta and CoHumbia Ice Cream
Co., of 'Mobile. IHe knows the 'busi 'business
ness 'business f rdm the ground up, and will
come it us with his wife and five
children.
IMr. (R. E. C'Earrell, president of
the company, formerly or Atnens,
.rsn -' hni hefn for some tiWe sales
manager for the .iMo-Cola Co., of
Mobile, Ala., and has made a good
many friends already in the few
days he has been in the city. He
has a fine appearance 'and impresses
those (Whom 'he meets as meaning
business.
IMr. James A. Turner, one of the
incorporators and a (member of the
board of directors, is (from Chicago.
He has haid many years experience
in one of the larger Ice cream factor-
ies of that city, and is considered
one of the (best men in the business
there. "He will have charge of this
department.,
Ocala welcomes this enterprise
and believes the 'field is a good one.
Such a -keen-sighted (business man
as IMr. J. M. JMeffert advised a friend
of his, some years ago, to come here
and engage in this very business,
and thought the field a splendid one.
Purity in drugs Is everything, Bit
ting & Knight have only that kind.
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention-
j. l: SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

BOARD OF TRADE

Important Organization will Have
Its Regular Senil-M on fitly fleet fleeting
ing fleeting this Evening
The
iiig o!
regu-ar
semimonthly meet-
the Beard f-.Tra'ie v?S21 be
heild at the Board of Trade ihead ihead-quariers;
quariers; ihead-quariers; this Ovenirsg. There is the
usual 'grist of important affairs to
grind, and a!l members should be
present and help the gepd work
along.
SECTIOXS OF THE STATE
Noting the discussian between
the Star and the 'Miami Metropolis
regarding the .sections of the 'state,
the Tampa fTimes makes the follow following
ing following interestir 5 con tribu't ion:
fDhe present (writer 'has slightly
the advantage of the -editor of the
(Star and very -greatly Oe advevn advevn-tage
tage advevn-tage of the edvtcr of tJhe Metropolis
in (length of lesilence in Florida,
having been born bere, and c'is very
faim31iar with the terms and lines of
division that U;G-d to be applied to
(the se'citi'ons o fthe state by, the old old-timers
timers old-timers in the long ago and also in
recent yea rs.
In the Spanish times and under
the, early American governors Flor Florida
ida Florida was divided into oast an 1 west
Florida, the separating line being
the Suwannee river. All the penin penin-sullar
sullar penin-sullar (portion ,o!f J;h e t erritory j was in included
cluded included in east Florida. Afterwards
there came to be four accepted; di divisions;
visions; divisions; namely, east, middle, west
and south tFl'oiuda.
West iFUorid.a was always consid considered
ered considered as bounded on the east by the
aiTachicoIa river; all between that
sltreaim and the, Suwannee was mid middle
dle middle Ftorida ; ? iasst '.Florid'a, extended
from the Suwannee to the Atlantic
ocean eastward and southward
rather a vaguely defined line, gene
raJIdy accepted as the southern 'boun 'boundary
dary 'boundary Hine of Marion county. All be below
low below that line has .been Ifor many
years considered as south 'Florida,
from wast to coast, througlr o!f late
years the term has become rather
more restricted and is now generally
applied to the (west coast counties
and the peninsula across to the edge
kit the counties bordering fthe Artisan t t-ic,
ic, t-ic, wbldh are known! las "the east
coast Geograpihioally tJhey are
part of south 'Florida, but custom
(has separated theim from us fin the
name they bear. tx ;
fThiere has been mucht conifusion
of later years, and the meaning of
the terms used to jdesignaiting the
geographical diivis-ions of the state
are coming to depend upon twiho uses
them In nine cases out of ten the
olid stettlers will use the names as we
ihave given theni above; a new com
er generally embraces all west of the
Suwannee in (the designation of west
'Florida; from that to the Atlantic
coast bo call s north Florida ; from
MarSon county down v to Pasco he
calls. central Florida, and all the rest
o nth'e weslt side, 'south Florida, and
along the Atlantic, the east coast.
Thi Ocala Star was correct as to
(the majority, of phosphate mines
when. It said they were "in south
'Florida," though there are some of
them a minority in number in
east SFHorida,, or. as the newcomers
call dt, "cenlbral Florida."
OPEN Dai: AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any Iiour. Adv.
Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer
ies to the amount of $1, Saturday1
and "Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 3t
Fifteen pounds of sugar for $ 1
with cash purchases of other grocer
ies to the amounted fi, Saturday
and (Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. St
'"Full awing"
at The Murray Com-
pany.
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New Crop Florida Seed 'Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
"Captivating $Iary Carstairs," at
The (Murray Company. 19-3t
Keep a picture record of the. child-
ren. a LAttie 'Jtsrownie win uo it.
Gerig's. 10-19-(tf
Come in and see the work the Lit
tle Brownie will do. Gerig s
'10-19- tf.
Phone 14 to have your prescrip
tion filled. Phone 14 is Bitting &
Knight's drugstore.
Let the children kodak. A little
Brownie Is just the thing for them
Gerig's. 10-19-tf
South Carolina Kust-Froor, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
For 'Florida fair tonight. Tues
day partly cloudy, probable showers
north and' central portions.

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NEED ANYTHING IN THE HARD WARE LiNE

SAVE YOURSELF THE TROUI1LE OF LOGI

WE WILL 'HAYE IT"
WILL BE LOW.

AVE HAVE HEEN HAMMERING AWAY AT THE HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE BUSINE&SS A LONG TIME, AM) OUR BUSINESS
METHOi S NAIL .CUST031ERS TO US WIli:N THEY ONCE
BUY FROM US.

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DOA'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR EYES, A LIT"
TLE CORRECTION A T THIS TIME MA YSA VE YEARS OF TROUB
LE IN THE FUTURE. COME IN NOW AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TES TED BY AN EXPER T. THIS EXAM IN A TION IS FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WIL L TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
AT A PRICE THAT WILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
YOUR EYES."

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Thi?!t f .r V.w Pay

Like fea .vaicr, jicsi.E-.iy carve
to in ire a.-e. -rc.-.C;;.' Mi a a iXj tjxne

people's "hi.

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con ten-it' In c-j, Taa jjle

in circu::i'.an-;c3, Cjit t'tiis??.!. I:'
such cnes r,vera l:ajk 'nio ITarv. ITarv.-dise
dise ITarv.-dise they te iiKikisnel w::h
their primitive furnlijlnjs. Kv :n
the perfection cf iHeaven wca'I be
annoy ins Co siuh. 1'Cie"'on- efforts
depends upon constltii'tlsnal re?ene re?ene-Tation
Tation re?ene-Tation for purification of. the gTeat
hereafter.

Wednesday evening's Jacksonville
FetrtpoCIs ecntains amot ex Cogent
picture or Rev. G. H. Harrison, rec rector
tor rector of St. iMarj''s parish. Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and former; the grea-LOy Cave.!
rector cf Grace Episcopal haiTch,
of this city. ,Hev. and .'rs. 'Harri 'Harrison
son 'Harrison were tenierel an cCeamt recep reception
tion reception !'ast evening at Guild Han in
Jacksonville. It waa in the nature
of a farewell affair, as (Rev. Harri Harrison
son Harrison and sfam-Xa are 'r:avin at an
early date to make their home a 4
Gastonia, X. C. iBoth Rev. and Irs.
Harri-on are greatly vcrvel, an I this

reception was ?iran :n tneir h:nor
that they might 'feel the evidence of
the affect&iae .regard cf their con congregation,
gregation, congregation, -j&r they knew they are
losing beloved friends. Un ler his

able leadership St. iM'sry's (parish has
groKvrt from a little mission of 4 0
communicants, unorgrs nized and de dependent,
pendent, dependent, to r.a -rarlfe'h cf 237 ccimma ccimma-nican!:s
nican!:s ccimma-nican!:s anl'a'bot 4 0 connccM'-ns.
The devotiomrj spirit 'so nsni'ert in
all hl.s sermcnhas 'been inspiring to
his bearers. Xr:hdcaccn iV"'.Q!iIa:n
Willie, -of Pa1 a tk a', will -.succeed hin.
Vrn;; F'erirk !fo(:r entertain entertain-ed
ed entertain-ed most charmingly yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon with a two ta';!:? auction a
few .friends, in ihonnr cf IMrs. XV. J.
High! in 1s and Mrs. W. S. Highlands
who are recent arrives irM? "":v.
'Mrs. Honker meeting the ladies for;
the first time enrojte to 'her hDTne in
Kentucy a few wee!-;; ago. At the
conclusion cithe games iMrs. Rocker
served a deliciou s an d 'c'aintv saila V

course 'and crome de mint 1c?, at
which time sthe iayers were joined
iby several .-particuslar friends. This
little party was 'cne c-f itha ;mot de delightful
lightful delightful of the iweok affairs, Mrs.
iHocker heing a, most tactful and
charming hostess.
Miss Ruby Gissendaner and Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Jackson returned yesterday
evening from an all day -motor trip
with .Mr. IB. W. Gallagher, to Inver Inverness
ness Inverness and vicinity. They had a jolly

time.
The exquisite roses used yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at the pretty an announcement
nouncement announcement tea, were itaken to the
iMaricn County Hospital ith is morn morning
ing morning (with the compliments of the lit little
tle little hostess, IMivs Virginia Siscrunk,
and the hri de-elect, iMiss C!ara. John Johnson.
son. Johnson. tMrs. ''Sain Iludgings entertained
a few of her friends yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at bridge in -hnn-cr of JMiss An Annie
nie Annie Atkinson, of Ocala, who is the

criiest of (Mrs. H. Jackscn. 1 he

5gi.cn an artistic -'brass v iseMiss At-

: .'-.isin ne.ved as -ine guest prize a
r box of r-onbens Tampa Tribune.
j i-vf-rs S. P. Saanders returned yes-jtc-'iay
a; ivrz-oon frogn -her summer

visit to her sister, LMrs. W. J. Sam-

j'lsrs also visited relatives in Alburn,
A.'a., .be.-ore rtsturning home. Her
I ,',-? rii- c o ra V gj rrhn.A t 1

a rnln 'the home of ihfjr daaghter,
'Mrs. George iMartin, -wfhere she -will
i-rend the winter.
P! r. and Irs. Emest Crook, 'who

nere xpectel lo arrive diome on
:n lay evening from their bridal
t rfp tjpent in iXow York .cityt did not
arrive until -Tuesday, night. .Mrs.
Hamriclc, -Mrs. Crook's sister, who
has 'been at IMrs. Crook's (home dur dur-n5
n5 dur-n5 'her sifter's absence, Heft yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon for Tampu to join her
Cr.tsiband. They wdll in all pro'ba!bil pro'ba!bil-i;y
i;y pro'ba!bil-i;y imake hat ci'ty their home, at
f'eaiit 'for the winter.
mm
.The ptresldent of itha Woman's
O.ifb caClis a fbcard meeting at the
-C' 'o hoi' -e itom'crraw i morning at
0:30 o'clock. It' is hopred that all
'the exerutlve -'members rvill .be pres preset
et preset it pr-cim-ptay,,

E.nd (Mrs. W. iL. Armour and

!i4o"? Vcn retoimed to tbeir home in
Panasofkee this morning. IMrs.
raioiir Tnas been tho' guest of
'her Tarents, Mr. and Mrs. WaQters
for same iweeks. .Mr. trm'our came
v.y. yesterday in ffiis .machine to ac-
ccmpany his fan ICy -home.
Tr .and iMrs. P. V. Leaven good
'will sail itcday from Esltlm ore on
cn 3 of the F'tean:er5 of tha dMer dMer-hants'
hants' dMer-hants' & Qiiner3' Line, and iprobab iprobab-Cy
Cy iprobab-Cy 'be in Ocala Sunday.
M-rs. 'Mae Bingharm ,the efficient
hookkeee'per of ::he Star office has
!besn cccifined to her riom for the
'ast two days with a severe attack of
bronchitis.
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The young" ladies of the Philathea
class of the Baptist church Sunday
.s-chcol 'will have a candv sale at the

banlstanl Saturday af:jrnoon at 3j

o'e'ock. They will have some delici delicious
ous delicious candy and will deserve patron patronage.
age. patronage. (Concluded on Page 'Eight)

Foil owing Is the Program, Beginning
at 8:;50 Friday Evening if the
Weather Permits
March, selected.
Let Us Have Peace Ernest Ball.
Where the River Shannon Flows
Jas. J. Russell.
Two Hymns, selected.
Dream Girl Waltzes Harlem.
O, Ho v. Delightful (medley) E.
X. Catlin.
The Teddy Bear's Picnic John
V. Bratton.
Front Section (march).

BEItVICKS AT SAIXT "' .
PHILIilP'S CHUIICH SUXDA V

The Star is requested to announce
that Rev. Father Jerome of 'St. Leo
iAbbey widl arrive in the city Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening and will -conduct the
regular service at St. iPhillip's
Catholic church Sunday.
Since the departure of Rev. Fr.
iBottolaccfo for France ithree months
ago, the congregation of St. Phil Phillips
lips Phillips (has toad n 6 service except the
Sunday school, so a ifull attendance

will probably be present to greet i

Father Jerome.

OXE MORE TO THEIR CREDIT

There iwas a very iinteresting rgame
at ithe ;b(ald r-ark yesterday "between
the 7th and Sth grades and the
picked uline not going to scihool, in
iwhidh the latter iwas defeated by the
score -cf fi to j2. Tho pickeid nine
was -in the lead until the last 'half of
'the 'game 'by 2 to 1, and in the sixth
inning when tihe 7i!h and S'th -graders
recovered their old 'time ibatting
strength and Scored eniougih runs to
win the game, 'scoring 5 runs.
The features of the game were the
the pitching and 'catching of. Jones
and Brooks, Bl'aDock's dou'bDe in the
sixth and Jcne's dciuble, iwidi two
on bases, that tied he score, in the
sixth..
There will 'foe a -game (Friday be between
tween between the sanii? dlubs and the 7th and
8th are going to try to make it four
out of seven from the 'wltsh (two in
the (lead. The :Hne-ups were as 'fol 'follows:
lows: 'follows: .
School fccys: ranager, Jones, c;
iBrooks, p. ; Blalock lib. ; Clay ton, 2 !. ;
Leavengood, 3b.; Caldwell ss. ; Scoi.t
If.; Qlarsh' and iMcConn, cf. ; Strunk,
IL.
Picked nine: Kee'fe, c; Mrjnager,
Stanley, p.; C.IeGcrkle and White lb;
Liddell, 2b.; Conova, 3b.; Mock, ss.;
Sapp, If.; Bogie, cf.; Berry, rf.

ROSE RUSHES WAXTED

The nurses at the Marion County
Hospital are planting a flower gar garden
den garden and would appreciate the gift
of rose cuttings cr plants of any
kind. If you have any. flower plants
you wish to give, please sent them
to the hospital! The gift will be ap appreciated.

Popular priced novels, at The
Muray Company. 19-3t

The Little Brownie is the latest
picture machine. At Gerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. $1.25. 10-19-tf

All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

"The Bpst Man," at The Murray
Company. 19-3t

FROZEN MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 1C-5

XOTICE OF lTEXTIO. TO

AIPL,V FOR LETTERS PATENT

See our line of stationery before

Hallowe'en idea furnished the theme j buying your supply. The Court Phar-

for the decorations, and it was car

ried out very cleverly in the refresh

ments. The top score was made by

niacy.

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Fishing tackle that will bring the

IMrs. Joe B. Johnson and she was j Ssh from the water at KREGER'S. tf

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Enter your baby in the Better Babies Contest, and see if you cannot
capture one of them. These prizes will be awarded according to the fol following
lowing following plan:
Entries will 'be divided into three classes:
Class A. All babies from 6 months to 1 year
Class B. All babies from 1 year to 2 years.
Class C. All babies from 2 years to 3 years.
PRIZES
Class A. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
Class B. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
Class C. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
dlowever, the oontest is not a mere competition for a tprize. The
greatest benefits are educational!.
- Children receive careful physical and imentaa examination by com competent
petent competent physicians, land a record is made of it.
parents aearn more aibout their children, and are able to remove
manv defects. The child gets a 'better start dn life, and the information
and fceJp derived are the 'best features of the contest. AND ALL THIS
TS ABSOLUTELY FRED. NO ENTRANCE FEE. NO CHARGE OF
ANY KIND.
Babies from any locality, regardless of county, may enter.
For further information, and application cards, address:
Mrs. R. L.. Anderson, Ocala, Florida

State of Alabama.
County-of Mobile.
Notice is hereby given that the un-der.-jiarned,
will opply to the governor
of the state of Florida, on the day, the
23nl of Xwvember, 1014
for letter patent incorporating, Ma Marion
rion Marion Bottling and Ice Ci-eam Co., un under
der under the following proposed charter,
the original of wihch is now -on file
in thp office of the secretary of state
at Tallahassee Florida,
H. H. Gardner. (U S.)
R. E. O'Farrell. (L. S.
James A. Turner, (I... S.)
Propoweil Charter of tlie tnrlou Dottl Dottl-Inyr
Inyr Dottl-Inyr and Ice Cream Company
The undersigned hereby associate
themselves for the purpose of belna: in incorporated
corporated incorporated and forminsr a corporation
under and by virtue of the laws of the
state of Florida, with the following
proposed charter:
Article I.
The name of th's corporation shall
be, Marion Bottling and Ice Cream
Company, and its business shall be
conducted in the state of Florida and
elsewhere: the principal place of bus business
iness business of the corporation shall be m
Ocala, Marion county, Florida.
Article 2.
The obiect for which this corporation
Is formed is as follows: To manufact manufacture,
ure, manufacture, prepare, compound, mix syrurs.
from which carbonated soda and eola
drinks and beverages are to be manu manufactured,
factured, manufactured, compounded and bottle- to
bottle Mo-cola, made from the original
Coca-Cola formula: cola drinks: to
manufacture ice cream, to buy. sell and
generally deal in the same and afore aforesaid
said aforesaid products, to erect, run, maintain,
own and operate all such machinery,
devices, appliances, supplies,- ingredi ingredients,
ents, ingredients, mills and plants as may be nec necessary
essary necessary or desirable, in the manufacture,
preparation of said products, to buy
sell and distribute the rights to manu manufacture,
facture, manufacture, and sell said products, and the
territory in which said products are to
be sold: to manufacture, prepare, mix.
bottle, pack. buy. sell, ship, deliver and
generally deal in ice cream, .soda wa water,
ter, water, and all carbonated drinks. and
non-' ltoxicatinsr drinks and bever bever-aees.
aees. bever-aees. ice cream and all extracts, chemi chemicals,
cals, chemicals, products and Ingredients, and all
other thing, materials, necessarv in
the manufacture, bottling, packing,
the aforesaid drinks, beverages,
creams: to borrow money and to exe execute
cute execute all and ary kind of paper, notes,
bonds or mortgages on the property of
said corporation, to secure the same,
and In connection with any and all
the objects and purposes herein be

fore stated and named, to acquire bv

purchase. hold. sell, lease and convey

or otherwise dispose of real or perso personal
nal personal property, franchises: and in gener

al to carry on such opera uoi and en

terprise, and do all sTch things and

nave all such rlsrhts. nowers and priv

ileges In correction therewith a may

be permitted under the laws of the

tate of Florida.
Article 3.

The capital stock of the corporation

stiall be Five Thousand Dollars, divw

ed Irto Two Hundred shares of the par
value of Twenty-F've Dollars e"'"
Ten per cent, of the (Stated capital
shall be subscribed and paid in. before
said corporation Jfhall transact anv
business. Ml or any part of the cap' cap'-ti
ti cap'-ti srck "" ?'d corporat'on. may be
rvavable lawful morev of the Hr'ted
States of America, property, stocks.

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Last winter we pleased many with our beautiful styles
and elegantly fitting garments, this season we ex expect
pect expect to take care of an ever growing patronage in
this popular department.
Be sure to see our complete line of Coats and Sweaters.

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iKJ-nfds, franchLso rights, labor or .ser .services
vices .services at such valuation as may be fix fixed
ed fixed by the incorporators or board of
directors, at meeting called lor that
purpose The agert -or officer desig designated
nated designated by the incorporators to receive
any additional subscriptions to the
capital stock of the aforesaid corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, at any time, shall be II. H. Gard Gardner,
ner, Gardner, who will act as secretary and
treasurer of said corporation, until a
.successor Is elected or appointed.
Article 4.
The term for which this corioration
Is to exist is ninety-n'ine years, unless
sooner dissolved by mutual consent.
Article o. v
The business of said "corporation
shall be conducted by R. K. O'Farrell
as president and H. H Gardner as

secretary and. treasurer, and the board
of directors composed of as follows: II.

H. Gardner, It. O Farreil and James
A. Turner; and any other officers or
agents as the loard of directors may
find necessary to conduct the affa-irs
of the company, the aforesaid officers
and directors zj serve until the first
annual meeting of the tockhol3ers, to
be held the tiri;t Monday in January,
1913, and vhe first Monday in. January
of each succeeding year thereafter.
Article O.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liabilliy of the corporation shall
n-ot exceed three times the amount of
the authorized capitalization cr ca pi pi-taL
taL pi-taL Article 7.
The names, n sidence of the Incorpo Incorporating
rating Incorporating subscribers or stockholders,
with amount of stock subscribed ; is
as follows: x
H. H. Gardner, 'Mobile, Alabama;
amount $1000.0), shares 40.
R. E. O'Farrell, Mobile, Alabama;
amount 600.00, shares 24.
James A. Turner, Mobile, Alabama;
amount ?25.00-, shares 1.
- In .testimony whereof, we the incor incorporators
porators incorporators and subscribers hereunto
acknowledge cur signature and ign
our names this day, 17th day of Octo October,
ber, October, 1914 AD.
II. H. Gardner. (U S.)
It. E. O'Farrell, (L. S.)
James A. Turner, -S.)
State of Alabama,
County of Mobile. t
I, Annye B Hooge, a Notary Public in
and for said state and county, hereby
certify that, R. E. O'Farrell, H. H.
Gardner and James A. Turaer, whos
names are signed to the foregoing in instrument,
strument, instrument, are known, to me, acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged to me this date that being in informed
formed informed of the contents, they execute
the same voluntarily. tt..
Given under my ihand and seal this
17th of October, 1914 A. JD.
Annye B. Hooge,
Notary Public, Mobile county, Ala.
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In Htr New Place.
"How are you getting on at your
new place?" remarked a lady of a girl
whom she had recommended for a Bit
uation. "Very well, thank you," an answered
swered answered the girl. "I am glad to hear
it," said the lady. "Your employer is
a very nice person, and you cannot do
too much for her." "I don't mean to
ma'am', was the innocent reply.

All In the Vision.
Some people think that everything.
In the world is twisted and corrupt,
and that no human being can be
trusted. Others who are wiser feel
very differently about it. As Ruskin
stys: "In all things throughout the
world, the men who look for the
crooked will Ef-e the crocked, and the
men who locks fr.r tl-c- straight will

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00,
State, County and City Depository.

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ROOM AND BATH FOU A .DOLLAR'.. AXD. A HALF

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Completely Renovated and New Management

NOW OPEN.
Room WithoutSBathOl.OO
Running Water in Every Room in the House
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MANAGER

I1003I AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

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Seuanee and Florida Foot Oall Teams,
Mate SHoS Son3 EMna(Dl Tihb
Wmm CAILA
Tickets on sale Oct. 24th, good to return Oct. 25th.

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STANDARD RAHuRO AD OF THE BOUTTI
M. R. WILLIAMS, Passenger and Ticket Agt, Ocala, Fla.

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BE SL'RE THAT YOU AUK in Tin:
RIGHT PLACE BEFORE YOU
TRADE AS AVE HAVE SEYER SEYER-A
A SEYER-A I. I M ATA TORS. ;'
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Opening Day Special
On OPEXIXG DAY we will sell on only
ly only 20 Sewing Machines, all in
ood runnin? order, such as the
Hinder, Whaler & Wilson. New
Home, White, Domes- (jjn ff
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MEN'S AND HOYS" FURNISHINGS

Men's Go J Chambray Work Shirts,
the 50c kind all over sold. OC'
Introduction sale price.. OuC
Men's Good Half Hose, 10c val- A
ues, Introduction sale price TTv
Men's and Ladies' heavy knit (Geor (Georgia)
gia) (Georgia) cotton hose. Introduc- O
tion sale price O V
Men's Overalls, the kind that you
pay $1 for, union made, OA
Introduction sale price. Ow
Men's Odd Coats. Only a few of
this lot, valued as high as OO
$3, Introduction sale prce Out
Men's Odd Coats, well worth up. to
$5, all sizes, Introduc- & -I AQ
tion sale price X
A guaranteed all wool Blue Serge
.Men's Suit, that sold for $10.
Just a few left. Intro- Qft
ductlon sale price...
A special lot of men's Suits, all .wool
Worsteds and Cashmeres, nobby
styles, this season's newest. Val Values
ues Values up to US. Intro- 7tZ
duction sal price. f
Men's Pants. We mention only a
few as the limited amount of
space prevents us from giving an
entire description of our immense
slock. 'Men's fine custoin made
Pants, in Scotch and English
Tweeds, neat patterns. Values up
to $3 and $4, Intro-, (-1 QO
duction sale price..
Men's Pants, a special lot that sold
as high at $2.50, In- d AO
troduction sale price. V
A special let of men's Corduroy
Pants that sold for $1.7o a pair,
Introduction sale 03 C
Me'sColiarV, Pure Linen, the Lion
brand, regular two for 25c, Q
Introduction sale price.
Our entire line of men's 25c and 3oc
Belts, everything in the -house in
this line, Introduction sale 17
price: A V
Our entire line of men's 50c and 75c
Belts in the nouse, Intro OOc
duction sale price
Men's Heavy Knit Sweaters, with
two pockets, in all colors, a regu regular
lar regular 75 c vi.lue, Introduc- AjQk f
tion sale price . . f V
Men's Outing Flannel Shirts, in blue,
drab, gray and maroon, AXlg
Introduction sale price . w
iMen's all Wool Flannel Shirts, in all
colors and sizes, values as nigh
as $ 2,00 Introduction sale QQq
Men's50 imitation Scriven Elastic
Seam Drawers, real Pepperell, all
sizes up to 50 inch, In- OAp
troduction sale price
A lot of .Men's Bress Shirts, regular
50c values, all sizes, In- 07c
troduction sale price. . O
'Men's Fine Dress Shirts, new sam samples,
ples, samples, values as nigh as 7Qp
$1.50, Introduction prce w
Men's Sanitary Fleeced Underwear,
Shirts and Drawers, (heavy, the
regular 50c kind, Intro- OO n
duction sale price. ... vwt
Men's pure Silk Half Hose, the Teg Tegular
ular Tegular 25c quality, all col- -j Q
ors, Introduction ale prce J. ZK
Men's Fine Neckwear in all the pop popular
ular popular shades of the season, 25c and
v 35c values, Introduction 1 7
sale price.
Men's fine Half Hose, Lisle thread,
two for 25c kind, Intro- 1A
duction sale price .
Men's good Hemstitched Handker Handkerchiefs,
chiefs, Handkerchiefs, regular 10c value, Ag
full size. Introduction price
Now is your chance to' buy your
boy's clothing at prices unheard of
before. Bring the boys 'here and let
.us fit them up. We guarantee to
save you money.
A special lot of Boy's Pants, 50c and
75c values, Introduction OA
sale price. WT T
A fine lot of Boy's Pants, W orsteds
and Cashmeres, that sold for 75c,
all sizes, Introduction sale AQk w
price.. -
Regular $1 Boy's Fine Pants, in all
the new colors and sizes, full peg
and tunnel loops. Intro- EJQf
duction sale price. JUV
31 EN'S HATS
11 $1.50 men's Hats in the house
to be sold in the Intro- OA
duction sale for KJJ
All $2 and $2.50 Hats in the nouse
to be sold during the dj- OC
troduction sale for. V 9JY:
All men's hats in-the house that sold
for $3 and $3.50 in d! OC
the Introduction sale : P X
Men's Hats, in -black and tan, sold
regular for $1, Introduc- OQ
tion saH price. . JJ
SALE OPENS OCTOBER 23
BE SURE THAT YOU ARE IX THE
RIGHT PLACE BEFORE YOU
TRADE AS WE HAVE SEVER

MEN'S SHOES

We handle some of the 'best shoes
that are sold in Ocala and its up to
you to take advantage of the low
prices that prevail now and 'buy,
whether you need them or not.
One special sample lot of Men's High
Grade Wrelts, Shoes in high and
low cuts, sold regularly as nigh as
$5.00 che pair, Intro- dJO OQ
duction sale price . Pi
Ckne lot of men's high grade Elk
Skin Shoes, Tan, Black and Green,
sold reijular for $2.50, (11 OA
Introduction sale price V X 07
One lot of men's high grade Shoes,
Tourist and Saif-ti brand ; $4.00
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sale price. ... .'. . P X O
One lot of men's work Shoes, the
$1.50 kind. Introduc- OA
tion sale price. .... P X miUXj
We carry a very complete line of
children's and infant's shoes. The
low prices now prevailing will
astonish you. See us for your child child-ren's
ren's child-ren's shocks. t
LADIES SHOES
' Ready d'or you, ive dare say, one of
the ibiggeist stocks of ladies' shoes in
the city, all kinds of leathers and
styles, at prices which mean they'ev
got to be sold and ih a nurrjr. Be
sure and ask to see our line. Your
chance now to save big money. Ev Every
ery Every pair iositively guaranteed or your
tmoney iback if you wan it without
'a question.
TOWELS AND TOWELING
Extra Heavy Hiick Toweling, regu regularly
larly regularly told for 20c yard, A
Introduction sale price. ItpC
Good Face Towels, sold all over for
1 10e., Introduction sale price, o
each..'... OC
Good, tlarge size Towels, the kind
that you pay 12c forIn- O
traduction sale price. .... OC
A large size pure Linen Towel. In
this lot all of our regular priced
25c and 3 5c Towels are Included.
Introduction sale price ; 10 10-each).
each). 10-each). .'. -.' OC
Extra large size Turkish iBath Tow Towels,
els, Towels, the regular 3 5c kind 1 A
(Introductioni sale price. :. XJC
Noroton Heave Twill Toweling, the
regular 7 c quality. In- A
troduction sale price. ttC
-Pure Linen Towels, extra large size,
3 5c. values. Introduc
tion Sale price. . . .
SHEETING
Canton Flannel Sheeting, unbleach unbleached,
ed, unbleached, sold regularly for 1 A n
12 Wc, sale price. ... . X C
72x90 ready made Sheets, fine ma material,
terial, material, the regular 50 cent OP
grade, Introduction Sale OOC
A very fine Sheet, extra size, posi positively
tively positively seamless, that sells all over
for $1.25, Introduction 7Q
sale price. ........ ... 2C
Yard wide Sheeting, in the Introduc Introduction
tion Introduction sale,, 10 yards ACkg
for... Tr2C
Sea Island yard wide Sheeting, reg regular
ular regular 10c yard ralue, In- y rL
troduction sale price. C
9x4 Bleached Sheeting, fine quality,
30c. grade. t Introduc- Op Option
tion Option Sale price, per yd. . C
Fruit of the Loom Bleadhing, a well
known brand. Intro- f tU'
duction Sale price, yd.. X KJ'ZC
A good grade of bleaching 27 in.
wride, that sold for 8 c. yard
Introduction Sale price, yd. O C
10x4 Pepperel. Sheeting, bleached,
Introduction Sale r
price, per yard. ........ ZDC
9x4 Pepperel Sheetins. un-
24c
-bleached. Introduction Sale
DRAPERIES
New designs in drapery, regular 15c
values. Introduction Sale o
price, per yd O'SC

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TABLE DAMASK
White Table Damas1 made of Pure
Linen, 80 inches wide, regular
price $1.25 yard, Intro- JA
duction sale price. ... OJC
Colored Table Cloth, a very fine
quality, 60 inches wide, the kind
that sells for 75c, Intro Introduction
duction Introduction sale price, yard
White Linen Damask, fine qualify,
sold regular for 75c yard, A tZ f
60 in. wide, sale price. fsrOC
Colored Table Cloth, double width,
the kind that sells all over for 35
cents a yard, Introduction Of
sale price C
Fine Table Damask. Dandy patterns
' already made, 3 Ys yd. lengths,
$1.50 value, Intro- '1 A
duction Sale price. P X X J
Fine Table Damask, already made up
in 2 yd. lengths, regular $1.00 val value.
ue. value. Introduction Sale JC,
price. . . . r. . ... .-. .: OOC
Fine Table Damask, already made
up in 2 yd, lengths, regular
$1.25 value. Introduc j
tion Sale pricer; . . : if OC
'Fine Napkins, good quality damask,.
1 doz, $2.00 .value, In- 0 OA
troduction Sale-price 4) X
FLANNELLETTES
A ihig lot of Flannellettes, values as
Y ,high as 12 c. a yard, In-
v troduction Sale price, per yd. OCf
Ducking Fleece, suitable for making
Kimonas, in all colors, 15c values.
Introduction sale price n o
per yard. . .ej li
Merrimack Ducklinp tFleece, the
good kind, 17 c. quality. In Introduction
troduction Introduction Sale g
price, per yd. . . Xi 2C
APRON CHECKS
Ajmoskeag Apron Checks the kind
that won't fade, regular 10c val value.
ue. value. Introduction Sale 7fo'f
price, per yd. . . $ "C-
A Special Lot of Apron Checks, reg
ularly sold for 7c. per yard,
will go di ring the Intro
5c
duction Sale at, per yard .
UMBRELLAS
Alen's and Ladies' Fine Umbrellas,
steel Paragon Frame, gloria silk,
fine "carved 'handles, sold Tegular
for $1.25, Introduction ? A
sale price ............ O C
BE SURE THAT YOU ARE IN TIUG
RIGHT jPLACE BEFORE YOU
TRADE AS WE HAVE SEVERAL
IMITATORS.

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be sold at small prices and yet yield a profit. We will cave you n.;
make, but we do not ask you to take our word for it, come and ;ma..a x., L,.
you a straight forward demonstration of-how the high cost Ox hyc-can uu.
tors, will admit it. We want you to know that we do not expect you to t.
store will be as follows:
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Should you purchase any article that is not entirely satisfactory vhcr. y

Sensational Ehamelware

6-Quart Enameled Berlin Sauce Pot,

Riveted side handle

4-Quart Sauce Pan,

lipped, riveted over handle,
for hanging.

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HOUSE BROOMS
On OPENING AY we -will sell reg regular
ular regular 25c House Brooms
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Ivill show you that dependable merchandise can
igs for less than you have been paying. This is a broad statement to
Want to see you at our INTRODUCTION SALE, and let us give
aie Specialists in low prices,' and our competitors, honest competi competi-I
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at 9 O'clock in the morning. .These Hems are strictly
mlted amount and only one to each customer.

2-Quart Gray Enameled Coffee Pot,
riveted handle, hinged tin cover.
Seamless Wash Basin, blue and white
enamel, hole for hanging.

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during Introduction Sale for
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iULLIXERY
We have just received an entire
factory shipment from one of the
biggest concerns in New York that
deals exclusively in millinery. They
are the latest of the late styles and
priced at practically -the wholesale
cost. Now is your opportunity to-
save money on that new fall hat.
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Children's Dresses
Now mothers is the time to stock
up on your supply of children's dress dresses
es dresses at prices cheaper than the cost
of the cloth.
Regular 75c. values. Intro Introduction
duction Introduction Sale price. . .
Regular $1.00 values. In Introduction
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39c
69 c
' Hundreds of them all materials
and all sizes. Be sure and see them.
WAISTS WAISTS
Here's your chance Ladies' to -match
that new fall shirt-coat-suit,
beautiful waists such an assortment
you have rarely seen at prices so low ;
that you will waste an opportunity
if you don't buy them now.
' NOTIONS
Safety Pins, per doz
Introductory Sale price....
Pins, per paper
Introductory Sale price. .
Pearl Buttons v T
Introductory Sale price. .
Thread, per spool,
Introductory Sale price . .
Mercerized cotton crochet
thread, Introduction Sale.
All the popular colors.
JAPANESE RUGS
2 c
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2 c
4c
Niwase Art Squares, made in the
flowery kingdom of Japan, in all
the beautiful designs that are now
the rage. Introduc- OQ
tion sale 'price. . . J JL ZHJ
Japanese flatting Rugs, regular sold
for 75c, Introduction sale OQ
price. . ... ... . . Ot7 C
TIlUNItS. SUIT CASES AND HAND
BAGS
Here can be found one of the
most complete lines in the city. All
have been marked down a great deal
lower than their original price.
TICKING
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Buck Brand Bed Ticking, (fast colors, N
sold iregularly for yard
Introduction sale iprice.. OC
Extra HeaT Bed Ticking, fine qual quality,
ity, quality, sold regular for 12 i
cts. yd, Introduction sale JLvrC'
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WOJIEN'S & CHILDREN'S COATS
Women's and .Misses' Bearr Skin
Coats, a very good quality Cara-
' cul, mercerized 'black Satin lining,
in all the range of sizes; novelty
fancy buttons. A real $7.50 value,
r.-r?1.6., $4.49.'
(Ladies ibroadtall Plush Black Ooats,
Satin laced roll cuffs, close but buttoning
toning buttoning and lapel collar, ; black
-plush button, aaovelty loop fast fasteners.
eners. fasteners. All sizes; mercerized silk
lining, in a variety of colors. A
ireal $ 12.50 value, ; In- C OC
r troduction sale price. POuO
Ladies Long Black Coats, a neat
' style coat for conservative people
who want something plain and
caeat. Braided roil collar, skele skeleton
ton skeleton lined, satin faced cuffs, a real
$6 value, Introduction Ap J
sale price . .
Ladies' special value in Ooats, ocean
wave orocaded 'black plush; rein reinforced
forced reinforced inovelty buttons with imita imitation
tion imitation opossum collar and sleeves,
warm interlining, inside pocket
with pleats, satin lining in all
colors. Suitable for young; girls
as well as to matrons. Real
$20 values, Intro- q
duotion sale price. ,P 3L t3 O ,'
We carry a very large line of com comforts
forts comforts and iblankets and quilts. They
'have, all (been marked down at very
interesting Jow prices. Ton't fail to
see them when in the store..!.
Women 'is and Juniors Novelty Coats
in all the popular colors that are
now so new this, season. Styles
- have completely changed this sea-
son, and you will find i there only
the latest of the late f arrivals to
, select from. "We have a special
lot of these novelty coats that
have been put in a lot at a price
within reach of all. Values as
high as $10. Intro- ?A ,'AO''
duotion sal e price v J O
Children's Novelty Cloaks in .solid'
7;':;. colors,'; three button front, turn,
over collar, set In sJeeves, a 1 nob nob-iby
iby nob-iby little coat for the little ones. -(Regularly
sold for Ct OH
y $3.50; sale' price i I .jO
Ohildren3 lack Caracul Coats,
. turnover collar, deep cuff s, three three-button
button three-button front, a mobby 'lititle coat,
for the little ones. ; Staes 6 to 14
" years old. A regular $5 value,
Introduction sale (tn Ap
price. r:;v;.'r;';vwO.
Children's t Black, White, Bed and
, Blue Pony Skin .Cloth Coats, three
button front, turnover collar,
sateen lining, a real $2.50 value,
sizes 2 to 6 years old, Q
Introduction sale prce p JL X J
Chindren's white pony s skin Coats
twith (black stripe, a very neat pat pattern,
tern, pattern, turn over collaT and cuffs, a,
real $3.50 value, sizes 2 to 6 years
old. Only a limited number in
this lot. Introduction f Q o
: sale price. . I v ;. P JL
A complete line of Sweaters in
stock for ladies, misses and child?
ren. Tflie entire stock has ibeen :
marked down accordingly at prices
that will astonish you.
We keep a complete line of knit
goods of every description, such as
Aviation Caps, Sweaters, Shawls,
Fascinators, Skirts, etc, at money
saving prices.
FLOUNCING
Beautifully embroidered Flouncing,
fine sheer material, 12 to 16 in-
t .1 j i ,i 1 i y t
cues wiue, sum reguiai' Lurr x t -72
cents a yard, Introduc Introduction
tion Introduction sale price. ....
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(Beautifully embroidered Flouncing,
fine sheer material, S to 12 inches
. wide, sold regular (for 15c f"
yd, Introduction sale prce J-vC
Beautifully emhbroidered iFlouncing,
fine sheer material, 4 to 8 inches
wide, sold regular for 12 cents
a yard. Introduction sale
price. . ... ... . .;:
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36
in. wide cambric,: a fine soft ma
terial, no starch regular 15c. ma material.
terial. material. Introduction Sale -
price, per yard ... '. . X X C

Ladies'. Fine White 'Handkerchiefs, -regular
10c values, Intro- o
duction sale price. ...... OC
iLadies" Hose Supporters, the! kind
that sell for 25c. Introduc- g
tion sale price 0
iLadies' Heavy Fleeced Underwear,. Underwear,.-the
the Underwear,.-the 35c kind, Introduction 1
sale price. X sC
ILadies' Pure SUk Hose in all the"
popular colors, the 3oc g
kind, Introduction sale. IcC
Ladies' Black and Tan, Pure Lisle
Thread (Hose the 25c 1
kind, Introduction sale... JLOC
Be sure that you are in the right
place before you trade as we have
several .imitators. '
Ladies' Ihere is your opportunity td
buy your ready to wear for (Fall and
Winter at an enormous saving.
Beautiful Serge Skirts, black and
blue, Kussian tunica accordian ef ef-feet
feet ef-feet with pleated bottom. All
wool and a real $6.50 value pric priced
ed priced at Introductory AC
Sale for JJmLSU
A special lot of -Ladies' Skirts, in
blue and .hlaok. all .wool. Best

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workmanship. Tunic effect, regu regu-.
. regu-. lar $5.00 values. In- CQ Qif
troductory Sale price. .4-sO
Beautiful Silk Petticoats with the
.Roman striped effect, real '$3.00
values. (Introductory C 1 iCh
Sale price.......:.. X X
. They all go at the Introduction
Sale Price, that means dirt cheap.
10 dozen ladies' house dresses made
from the finest of lawns, ginghams
and percales. iEacb and every one
well iworth $1.50. Intro- 0
dtietory Sale price..., OOC
Ve carry a complete assortment of
ladies', muslin underwear; such as
gowns, chemise, corset covers, (prin (princess
cess (princess slips skirts, drawers etc. All
ipriced at money aving prices, see
them. i
DRESS GOODS
'Fine Brocaded Wasn Silks, colors,
drab, nell rose and white. 75c
values. 36 in, wide, Intro- on
duction Sale Price, per yd. 3C
Qwasette, a very fine sheer material,
in all the popular range of colors,
.;3"2 In. wMe. A 35c value. f
Introduction Sale per yd. ,.'JC
A very fine quality poplin, in all the
new, colors: 32 In. wide. A 35c
valued Introduction
Sale price, per yd. . : X y C
Beautiful Bulgarian design poplins,
sz in. 'wide, 3oc value.
Introduction Sale price.
'Fine Homespun Cheviottes,
:;XC:
regular
10c. quality. Introduc- r7lU
tion Sale -price, per yd.. C
36 In. wide Crepe dress material, a
" 35c value, In all shades. j Qif
Introduction Sale price, yd. X J C
Scotch Plaids, in Crepes, very new
and popular this season, 25c val values.
ues. values. Introduction Sale p
: price -per yd.. . X OC
Cotton Jlatlnes, in new Scotch Plaids,
regular 35c material. rtftjL
Introduction Sale, per ydSi 2C
Brocaded Charmeuse, in baby blue
and pink, 36 In. wide, $2.00 val value.
ue. value. Introduction Sale C S OP
-price, 'per yd. ........ P X O
A special lot of fine dress goods In
brocaded soisettes, silk striped voi voiles,
les, voiles, wash tub silks etc., values up
. to 75c. Introduction c A'
Sale (price, per yd. ...... C
36 ln. Stripped Percales, good fast
colors,, 15c values. In- o j
troduction Sale price, yd. O 2C
Fine Crepe aad Madras Shirting
goods, 36 In. wide. Regular 35c
grade. Introduction
Sale price, per yd., v. . XC
Fine Tivoli Percales, 30 In. wide.
12 c. goods. Introduc- O -tion
Sale price, per yd.. 02C
The new worsted plaids in black. and
white 17 c. value. O
Introduction Sale price Xr2C
Regular 12, Flannellettes. 7
Introduction Sale price. 2C
iilessalines, 36 in. : wide, the kind
that sells all over the country for
$1.00, all popular shades. ?
Introduction Sale price, yd. C
Silk Poplins, solid colors and .al .always
ways .always popular, $1.00 value,
Introduction Sale price, yd.O C
Silk -Finish Linen. A very beauti beautiful
ful beautiful fabric, 35c. value, nm
Introduction Sale per
5,000 yds. French Zephrey ginghams
(dress), values up to, 15c. a yd.
Introduction Sale o fU
price, per yd 0'y2C
fFine Percale Prints, 27 in. wide, 10c.
material. Introduction Sale
price, per yard DC
Fine Homespun Plaida, gool grade,
and a 7c. value. Intro- S
duction Sale price, per yd;, OC
SALE OPENS OCTOBER 23

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Funeral Directors

AND

HER SHAKEIJ NERVES

STORY

OF THE WAYS OF THE
MODERN WOMAN.

Licensed Embamcrs

Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.
All work given our personal

y attention and guaranteed fully.

11 V. Oklavraha Avenue.
OCALA, FT.OIUDA.

Shocks That Vou!d Seem Calculated
to Disturb Pass Comparatively
Unnoticed, Whllo a Smaller
Thing Causes Trouble.

OCALA FRATERI1AL ORDERS

MARIOX-DCXX MASONIC IX)DGE

3Iarion-Dunn Lodge TCo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. 31.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

CITX REGISTRATION
BOOKS ARE OPEN

Mrs. Preston put on her wrs.ps and
stepped into the elevator of tho apart-

I ment house. On the way down to

the ground floor the green elevator
boy reversed the lever by accident
and the sensation was startling. Mrs.
Preston smiled at the fright of the
elevator boy.
On the way out one of the employes
who was cleaning the entrance hall

dropped a mammoth incandescent bulb

Furniture Repairing

I have moved to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
guaranteed.
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.t
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday

... .x. a. evening at 8 o clock. A warm wel-

wmcn snauerea wun a repon-um al extended to visiting
that of a young cannon when it struck ( brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
the tesselated floor. W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
"Too bad, Tony; thsyll probably;

take that out of your wages," sh said
to the cleaner.

As she made her way downtown she I Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
stopped to chat with a friend at a cor- held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
ner where a building was going up. Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
Automatic riveters made the ail hid-'drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-
anna no fViw tannail Vis1 lloo?o fnt 'iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S.

Ad

A. M. BOBBiTT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert worn
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattuer
distributor 1
W. "W. Klmt all Co., Ocala,

AYOODMEN OF THE WORLD

steel girders, but Mrs. Preston and
her friend pitched their voices a little j
higher and continued their conversa- -x

Tn , .. Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

7 ; the K. of P. Hall, at S p. m., every

second and fourth Friday. Visiting

vated structure one of the trains thun

dering, groaning, shrieking around the sovereigns are always welcome

F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

Ad

The city registration books are
open and those who wish to vote in

the coming bond elections fhad toest

go t the city clerk's office at the

city hall and see that they are prop

erly registered. Poll taxes are paid

in the county tax collector's office at
the court house, hut the fact that you
are correctly registered in the county

books will not entitle you to vote In

the city, elections, unless you are

registered in the city books.

WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT

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People often accept statements wit j
a sortfi j

People 'Often accept statements
with a sort of mental reservation as
much as to say, "I am not convinc convinced,"
ed," convinced," which leads us to remafk thttt
there is nothing that will so thor:
oughly satisfy you of the excellence
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
a personal trial. Mrs. John 'Fishtou,
Peru, Ind., who used this remedy in
her family for the last ten years,
says of it, "I always give Chamfber Chamfber-lain's
lain's Chamfber-lain's Cough Remedy to myv children
when sick with coughs or colds.' I
like it better than any other because
they -take it willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It ihas never failed
to give immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv;

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linjE have just added to our busineca, a large

s

and complete line of the best known make

of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.

OCALA

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NOTICE

curve made a short circuit, whereupon
vivid blue flashes filled the air and

loud reports brought crowds. Mrs. : ;
Preston watched it with interest for a LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
few moments and then passed on. t QcaIa Lodge Xo. 699, L. O. M.

as sue was crussmg suect meets every Thursday at s:su p. u.
stepped back out of the way of an visiting brethern always welcome ;o
electric truck Just in time to prevent the lodge and club house on Mag Mag-being
being Mag-being run down. As she stood there nolia street, near postofficc.
the truck, apparently eyond control, J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
dashed Into the side of a crosstown
car. The air was filled with shattered CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
glass and shrieks of frightened pas-
sengers. i Regular convocations of the Ocala
"The driver of that car was cer- Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.; on' the
talnly careless." murmured Mrs. Pres- fourth Friday in every month at

7:30 p. m. O. E. Connor, H. P.

Jake Brwn, Secretary.

Pay Your 1013 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for
Your Car
The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their .cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are doing

so in open violation of the laws of j

Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use. i?o
into the road fund.
Respectfully, ;
3-3 Ot W. It. Colbert, Tax Collector.

(Clfiioiice seiiecnee, per c.ciion9

"OURS are

CONCORDLA LODGE F. U. OF A.

DGER-BOAR

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ANlyconyin-Quality Product

The Better Wall-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
BADGER-BOARD is easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Don't wait for plasterers'
do tho work yourself. All the tools
needed are hammer and saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
Lower Cost
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
end samples

D. McCASKILL,

OCALA, FLA

ton as she went on.
A policeman stepped forward and
held up a warning hand to her just as
several' pieces of fire apparatus cam
. ... j

swinging arouna tne corner in a wiuo Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
half-skidded 4 arc, the gongs clanging of America, meets in Yonge's jHall

and sirens howling. on the second Thursday evening of

"Is the fire near here, officer?" she each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
asked. The policeman did not know.- Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
Just as she was entering a depart-

ment storo a woman pushed her hur- OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E".

riedly aside and tried to get through

the door. Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

"StoD her!" veiled several voices. and Protective Order of Elks, meets

Two salesgirls erabbed Mrs. Pres- the second and fourth Tuesday even-

FOR SALE
C. G. Conn Bb cornet, low

high pitch with C attachment, prac

tically new, and will sell at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star offlce. 10-19-tf

His Strong Point.
The Caller--"You say your son dis

likes the country and wants to go to
the city. Does he seem restive at
home?" Mrs. Tungtvdst "Yes, he'&

awful restive. He ain't done nothin'
but rest since he graduated from col-.

lege." Princeton Tiger.

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We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.

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ton but a third came running up, cry crying
ing crying that she was not the woman. Mrs.
Preston went along to the glove coun counter,
ter, counter, and as she made her purchases
she remarked:
"Wasn't that some shoplifter trying

to get out?"

The girl at the glove counter ad

mitted that It was.

"How interesting," commented Mrs.

Preston.

The hour was late and she took a

ings in each month. Visiting breth-

tpti alwavs welcome. Club house

opposite postoflice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L, W. Harley. Secretary. Ad

HOPELESS LUNG
CURED

TROUBLE

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Funeral' Directors

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALfilERi

Many recoveries from lung troubl

es are due to Dr. Bell's Fine-i ar-

Honev. It strengthens the lung3,

checks the cough and gives relief at

once. Mr. W. S. Wllkins, uates,
C, writes: "I used Et. Bell's Pine-

Tar-iHoney in a case given up a

hopeless and it effected a compiet

cure. Let a tooxue wi at
Pine-TarHoney. If your cough bs
dry and hacking let it trickle down

the throat, you wIB, surely get reiiai.

Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West. :

Post Box 518.. Locxil or
Long Distance .Phone, 03

t a i

iu uer nome. un ine way up iae n ri ri t .ret hi.thr.

n mm m w m a r s a k mr m i. a m j mur w a. a i m t

loud report. Tho "" Mr fH wklr

avenue there was a

Inner tube had suffered a blowout and r. E. IcIVTTR and C. V. ROBERTS

iUrs- resion laugmngly got into an- : Funeral Directors

li OrK MJUne UV uitcuacu

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1 State Agent,

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At home that evening In her apart

ment all was quiet and comfortable.

In the adjoining room her maid, whllo

passing through, accidentally knocked
a small book from the table and It fell
to the floor with a sharp little slap.
"Good heavens, what was that?"

screamed Mrs. Preston, turning Dale

and clasping her hands to her heart.
Mrs. Preston scolded the maid
roundly and then sent for a physician.

Oh, dear, doctor," she said when

tnat gentleman arrived, "you positive positively
ly positively must do something for me at once.

I assure you my nerves are absolutely
wrecked!"

balmers and Fully Guaranteed

PHONES

D. E. McIVER .104

C. V. ROBERTS. ..305

Undertaking Office

HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IN
MEDICINE

When Speed Becomes Dangerous.
Mrs. Rose Pas tor Stokes, speaking

at the first annual conference of the,

American Museum of Safety In New

York, says that speed is the real prob-

47 lem of labor. It is, not that machin

ery is EO dangerous, sue Bays, dui
what is called industrial efficiency

keys the workers up to a pitch that
means ia time mental and physical

Has .moved his General Merchandise exhaustion. She, says that up to a

certain point a worm can increase

speed, and that after that it begins
to decline. Business compels 'the atp

titude of the owners of factories, she

cays, and they do not realize how they

grind down the girls In their seeking

for efficiency.

. iMiL em mmm

" Johnny's Piace"
TAM now in business for myself. Conducting a High C!a.9 re re-tail
tail re-tail bar and Mall Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else in business for your money, Seven

teen years in the huslnes3 has taught 'me what the public
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICE3

want?,

A. D. BROOKS

SM. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, -fri t never used anything thit
did him so much good as Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all
dealers. adv.

Stock from Main Street, next door

to the City Mraket x6 ibe new

St. Georges Block,

where he Is now located In the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag-

nolia and South Second Street, where

ie will be pleased to see his friends

nd customers.

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs

at per gallon.. C1 E!

Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin,, in jugs
ct per gallon,. "Ofi

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Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Com or Gin, in jugs at per
. gallon. . 02

Remember that we v.ill fill
any order ycu send us and
meet the price of. any other
legitimate house.

1 Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You -will t3

welcome and be treated, right at all times and on every tranrac tranrac-tlon
tlon tranrac-tlon at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of It in tot tot-tles
tles tot-tles and on draft.

KEEP

ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELLIS, .Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
AND NEWSPAPERS
Next to CarnV Grocery Store

AUTOMOBILES
Light your automobile with clec-

! trie lights. For particulars write

I T rm' nr t1 in T If

I1U A'.ttrJt I .Illicit, ST X V O V W

YOUR STOMACH AND
LIVER HEALTHY

A vieorous stomach, perfect work-

IRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERDES j ns uyer and regular acting 'bowels is

AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECIALTY.

ICE CREAM, all 1 that
implies, at KREGER'S.

the name
10-8

guaranteed if you use Dr. King s

New Life Pills, r Tney insure gopa ai-

gestlon, correct constipation ana

have an excellent tonic enect on tne

whole system purify the 'blood- and

rid you of all body poisons thru the
bowels. Only 25c at your drug druggists,
gists, druggists, tues-thrs-fri-w

ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL,

.mpcuiti &uxs A siilled pharmacist will perlon-
Careful Estimates made cn all Con- ai care for your presc-ription wcrk,

tract Work. Gives more and better if t to Bitting & Kjiight. Ph6ne

work for the money than
contractor in the city.

any other

14.

OCALA, FILOHIDA

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The Management of DR. Mc'CLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
H'-xX ; and Electric -.Instltate
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Htm

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Are "Danger a.Tnn!.-,'V,C.i hrjrfnj fcysitr's xwi ; -vl of giving warn warning
ing warning that ih? bloc 1 L::n'U'co-.;;5 isr.fxfvorv.hsil circulation poor.
In this coalition the liuriJin i alnut oy,crIt3 tJ resist tlio
mora serious i2fco& L'cu't riviv?. -You iiesU
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Meza Meatiest iipaseevery

tomach.

It gets to wr' immec? ;.; th ? re.it of yo'jr trouble th'i tomach.
It lends a ht-iplr s i.zt'.L li. .' rv- c'.ert tha l r-.i: ; i' so j stomach.

Soon brtega burl; i c;,:s.iv.f.. IVd i. f royrljr dilated end
turned irta ri :h. r-tl L-it,." 1 .srv ..-"in sti'tfr.rtrifrr.: i Lt:! irerv tLssua

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W.ude fr;m rvw'ii t.Wn irr m cur jr-ren Amr'.;sn forests. Try this
medy now. NM l.-y A:-.!, ..-- ;.rs i.. i;-.ulj. t, tablet form or send 50c
Dr. Piercs'fi InviIId3,Iioi,I, LJulTilo, N. Y., i'or trial box.

Yea can Uavs the ccRn iete'5l itiica! AUKir' cf 1008 pages cloth
tMartf!lree by tcmiir..g Dr. crce Jlc loc wrappicj aiut mailing.

CHARLESTON
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FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on any I of the Company's
Steamers
August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
Mo (G. WEMZEL9
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street, t Jacksonville, Florida.

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The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc., call or write

quo iwo lunvL-Nuaucynuiuiiio

Contractor and Builder.

Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.

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"We Treat Your Clothes WTiite.
Rough Dry Work Done 6 Cents Per Pound.
AH Blankets and articles wasked
by irand, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in

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Ocala, Florida VI Ft. Una Ave.

PHOfI 21

HONE 21

BELLEVIEW

Star Want Ads. Bring Results

Bellsview, Oct. 21. At the regu regular
lar regular meeting of the boari of county
eomxriissioners the follo-.ving joint
resclation v. as ;;re.-:ented, and as
the necessary number of names was
appended -the prayer of the petition petitioners,
ers, petitioners, was granted.
To the Honorable Board of County
Conxniissioners, 'Marion County,
Ioriaa: -Gentlemen:
The uniersig-end,
leg-a'l eve'Ctbrs of "he 21 ex district,
iMarl;on .wnnty, Florida, respect respectfully
fully respectfully petition your hncrahle beard
"to ai J, as ier section 212 laws gov governing
erning governing elections ;the fc&lowing -names
to the ballots to be printed, for
voting on he 4th day of Xovember,

1914, viz: For justice of the peace,
21'st distiict, Lr. Legrand Hopkins;
for constable 2 1st district, ,R. H.
CNiichols:
H. W. Weaver, O. B. Sias, B. F.
Freer, J. F. Hardison, J. L. Jones,
E JMerriM, W. II. Wad dell,' H. P.
Williams, "L. Ii. (Hopkins, J. Johnson,
J. W. NeCson, W. H. iMitohell, M. T.
Tucker, Shelly 'Daniels, J. A. Free Free-mian,
mian, Free-mian, R. T. Freeman, S. L. Brawn,
A. H Hayes, Isaac iNichols, R. H.
Nichols, Albert Jenkins, Paul Dick Dick-s:n,
s:n, Dick-s:n, S. Asher, ;R. "M. iIathews, James
Gaul man, Dub Jenkins.
This .has 'been the star, year for
tey, the farmers having harvested
the JlargeHt crop ever" gathered "in
this section. (Mr. James Shedd' nas
had about three hundred bales press pressed
ed pressed and is now on his sevond cutting,
and one noticeable thing isJthe 'good
quality of ithe wop.
'Mr. Warren W. Coles, of Bridge Bridgeport,
port, Bridgeport, Conn., came in on the night ex express
press express last Wednesday, an'd is now
prepared to 'do all kinds of artistic
sitione arid imason work.
Col. and tMrs. Wm. C. Doodlittle
came in l-at Wednesday from their
summer (home at Short Beach, Conn.,
and -will, epend the winter at their
cottage by (the lake.
Mr. Tre'mere fmaile a flying trip to
points 1n ILake county 'last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert -Haskell en entertained
tertained entertained their friends, 'Mr. and iMr3.
W. S. Cogswell and iMr. and -Mrs. W.
(R.,. iHaines, at a superb dinner at
their cosy ih'ame last Sunday after afternoon:
noon: afternoon: Th Belleview baseball Swatters
went over to Candler last Saturday
afteroitchon and engaged the Candler
Peaches in 'a alme 'of ibaM, and pol polished
ished polished fChem toff (by the score -showing
13 to 0 LVnd then ito iwind up the
day they took on the Oklawaha ag aggregation
gregation aggregation and -waxed hem good and
sound to the tune of 7 to 0. These
Bellevdew !boys get a lot oif fun out

of this ibas6ba.ll game, ev'en though

the season is over.
iMr. W S. Cogs-well is in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Hooking after his Teal es

tate interests.

Mr. iMf. Proctor and his son,
Tom, were in tcwn last Saturday,
sthking hands -with their 'friends.
iRev. W. T. IBvans, preached at
Candler 3ast Sunday anorning and
also ,a't Cklarwaha in the afternoon,
and held his regular Sunday service
to a 'good' sized congregation at
Belleview Sunday night.
One of BeOeview's omost populaT
residents of the papt writes one that
she is hungry for news from the lit little
tle little City of Oaks, and 'entol'oses an 1.
O. TJ., for $1 and wants it senlt im im-taediateily.
taediateily. im-taediateily. Please 'gratify the iwish
and make her happy.

In any n'o'tes l'ast iweek I linadver-

tently fstated that iMr. iH. A. Kramer,

with the omicial title of keeper of
the igoat," was not "a (member of

the Eastern Star. a now rwish to

state that it was a slip, and that he

Is one of the most enthusiastic imern-

bens of that order. In fact, he' fwould

not (be 'trusteid fwiith the custody of

this rambunictious animal -unless he

was a ifuKl-fiedged member.

IMr. and airs. J. O. iHlghtower

from! 'Heather Island, iwith CSIr

James Boldorf motored over to iBeli-

view last Sunday afternoon and vis
ited iwith their friends.

Mr. Frank Norton of Boston and

Candler, and lMr. Philip (Fort, were

in iBellerdew last Tuesday afternoon

haying some of the cantankerous-

ness 'talcen out of their car. Ir

Fort stated that Candler, and vicinlty

had gathered the largest crop of hay

in the history of that section, and

;Mr. Fort stated, that he allone had

lost two sttons of fine cow tpea hay on

account of the rains.

Some measley cur has been in the
thahit of opening the gate and turn

ing "Goseefus Temelia"Ioose on

the street, here of ilate. This has
harpened five or six times, until one

(morning last week after helng turn

ed out iof his lot he iwas tolleld and

confined in the so-called city ipound
There is hardly a day passes bm
rwihat someone's horse is running a"
large on the streets of Belleriew am

Jfor this one particular; horse, hta'

is always kept carefuly enclosed, to

he singled out for attention

narks the episode as one of spite fa

tattacks. Bitter complaints are made
ty the country people that their
hogs are tolled Into tkwn, and one
responsible farmer stated last week

of

corn
farm
was
toll-

that he folloVed a track of
from town out towards his
which he .'honestly believes

placed there for the purpose

irg the hogs into town.
3Lr. ,Warren Coles blossomed forth
on the streets 3ast Wednesday with
the gayest head piece ever seen in
'Beueview. He states -that he hus
been under the weather the past
two month, and has come to Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view to recuperate his health, but
the loudness of his tile contratdicts
the a ssert i on for no in ill h eal th
trDuld support a nyth in g so young. All
the same, his friends are grlad to. see
him. "u;-!':-.

PONY BUGGY WANTED

Wanted, a second hand pony cart
or buggy. -Must be in good condi condition
tion condition and quite a light one. Apply at
Star office. 10-15-tf

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DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cuce
deafness, and that is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the 'Eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result," -end "unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can he taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by

catarrh, which is nothing but an in

flamed condition of the mucous sur

faces.
We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by

caiarrnj tnat cannot oe curea ny

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir

culars free.;. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,

75c. Take Hairs Family Pills for

constipation.

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NOTICE

Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now

191o state and county licenses

were due Oct. 1st, 1914V Any con

tlnuation in business after that date

without first obtaining these licenses

is in open violation of the laws of

the state of Florida. The- tax col collector
lector collector wilMssue the license and fur
nish all blanks and other Informatio'
on request. Respectfully,
W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-30t

YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS AT

TENTION

INo use to fuss and try to wear it

out. It will wear you out Instead

Take Dr. King s New Discovery, Te

ief follows quickly. It checks your

cold and soothes your cough away.

Pleasant, anticeptic and healing.

Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of
Dr. King" iNqw Discovery and keep
it In the house. Our family cough

and cold doctor,' writes Lewis Cham

berlain, Banchester, Ohio. 'Money

back if not satisfied., but it nearly al

ways helps. tues-thrus-frl-w

Child Liable to Be Spoiled.
At Zarantanto, there has Just oo

curred, a case which is probably

unique of Its kind. A child has beea

born while Its father, irrandfather.

great-grandfather and great-greatgrandfather
are all living. Its name la

Urriticoechea, and the family are

Basque farm laborers. The great

grandfather and great-great-grand"
fathei hare acted as godfather to iho
child. The united family constitute
nearly a whole vlli

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sanitary in every respect. Can
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Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
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OCALA, FLOllIDA.

The question has been asked, "In
what way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior to pills?" The answer is,
"They are more mild and gentle in
effect and more reliable. 'Be sides
they improve the appetite, cleanse
and invigorate the stomach, correct
disorders of the liver and leave the
bowels in a natural and healthy con condition,
dition, condition, twhile the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed by constipation." For sale by

all. dealers. ;, ':; Adv.

j- Going It Blind.
Enver Bey. got an idea of the loo&B,
of his future bride by means of a pho photograph.
tograph. photograph. This illustrates a difficulty
from which the young Englishman is
tree, but which Is scmetimss very
amazing to the young Turk. He ought
not to see his bride's face until he ba3
actually married her, or at the very
least until he is betrothed. The young
lady, as Duckett Ferriman points out.
can take a drive and get a glimpse of
her suitor's face out of doors. But her
face should remain veiled from him,
and, although he generally contrives
to get an idea of her appearance. It
cannot always be done. Mr. Ferriman
mentions a high official's son who was
mortified at his wedding to find his
bride a brunette, when he wanted a
blonde.

To Bed Late in the Morning.
Even In these matter-of-fact days
parliament Is still a weird and won wonderful
derful wonderful thing to country, cousins In
England. I spent the week-end,' says
a gallery sketch writer, in a southern
town. "What time do you start work
t the house?" asked an old friend, a
native. "Three o'clock," I replied,
and we finish at eleven." "Ah."
commented the native, "I've often
heard that parliament meets during
the night so as not to be disturbed by
the traffic, but It must seem a bit
queer to'be walking home to bsd at
eleven In the miming."

If Yoa Will Take Enough ol Our fee
We will thattk you. Our drivers will thank you.
And If the teams could talk they would' thank you, too for helri-iT
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ico man of yours.

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Flour and Eggs are Pies and Cookies
Important t Too
BUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAICS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
What Would You Good Folks Do?
COME JBAItfcY AND AVOID THE RUSH.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY,- OCTOBER 221014
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OCALA OCCURRENCES
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IBand concert to-morrow nignt.

tWocKlmen meet tomorrow night
Royal Arch .Masons meet -torn or-
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The very latest novels at KREG KREG-SR'S.
SR'S. KREG-SR'S. 10-5
-The Star regrets to hear of
severe illness of Dr. Boozer.
the
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
County Commissioner .Henderson
TOE CREAM, all that the name
Implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
air. C. S. Oullen is expected (home
Uom Canada tomorrow. . 7
'The Democratic Rhine Blaid," at
The Murray Company. 19-3t
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CAN-PIES
PIES CAN-PIES at KREGER'S. 10-5
Dr. T. K. Slaughter Is in ffche city
'today on (legal business, from his
Iiome at Levon.
See our line of stationery before
huylng your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t
Mt WiM Gray ihas put in another
fcandsome pool tatofle. (Business in
the Stanley pool room 'has picked up
greatly smce 'Will took charge.
air. W. W. Condon says there is
going to ibe a hand concert tomorrow
night, if the roundsmen have to wear
raincoats-. Such public spirit de deserves
serves deserves appreciation. Let the poople
attend the concert, if they have to
?wear bathing suits.
- 3Ir. J, ,'W. IBrownlee has returned
to his tionie .in. Starke, asfter a short
visit to this city.
A hand.sfsmet -picture of the propos proposed
ed proposed new po'.verhouse of the Ocala wa-ter-and
eTratric plant appears in the
Ocala Gas Co's.' office window.
. Now is the time to plant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-f-tf
Buy Le.r-ro Feed; 'builds cow up;
makes naore milk; makes' richer
milk. Guaranteed to do It !by us,'
Once tried, always used. -The John
Dozier Co. 10-16-2t.
mi. "
2,000 BOXES OF
ORAMOES
Nearly Ready lo Ship.
OX Tit EES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GUOYE.
Do Y:u want them at. a Bargain?
I. have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acre?, on 20-acre
tracrr, all fenced but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. -More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship., (Bigi fine
treesmostly budded to Parson
Browns. r
Price of Prox-erty as It stands,
85,000.
Grieatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S, S. Savage,
lloom 5, 3Ierchints Block,
Phone 125,
OOATjA, FXa
"Go RIorii by Sea"
Ilercbanls & 'liiierslTraus. Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
JACKSON VI Lt.E
TO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Bes.
eervice. Wireless telegraph on alt
steamers. Through fares and ticketF
to all Northern and Western noinU
-AutomobIIe3 carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government;
ernment; government;
'Max.
Min.
67
69
67
66
67
68
68
68
65
64
65
61
61
65
66
55
76
78
56
R. F.
1.36
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.38
.45
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Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
For (Florida: Fair corah and cen central,
tral, central, shower north portion tonight
or Friday,
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.TO THE PUBLIC
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy last winter for a? sev severe
ere severe bronchial cough and can consci conscientiously
entiously conscientiously say that T never took a
medicine that did me so much god,"
writes (Mrs. G. W. Andrews, Andrews,
Ind. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Dri W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Oca la, Adv.
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOR
- IU31BAGO
Your attacks of lumbago are not
You can relieve them almost instant-
ly by a simple application of Sloan's
I.in mpTit on ,th thark ann 'loins. I
rfi. cu-n
penetrates quickly, all in tnru tne
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sore tender muscles, limbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
Dotiie or (bioan s .uiniment ior zo
cents of, any druggist and have it In
the house -against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments.- Your
money 'back if not satisfied, 'but it
does" give almost instant relief
tue3-ihrus-fri-wkly
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found. Wanted. For Sale
Fnr Rnt and Similar Innal flpprlc
rUl rtblll dllll Ollllliai LUUai lieeU5
run. OAi.r. oawea ceuar puswa, ,.au
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal Kiver, Fla. 9-9-tf I
WANTED Bright, v energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Grower' on Saturdays.
uMt- Tha tmoti o nmW,r Tam.
WW A A I- Vy A li A A W A A VA i- A A J AM AAA. 1
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FOR iRBXT 'Four large rooms,
fareplace in each, rent reasonable,!
good location.. Close In. 25 Jef-:
vferson St. east. One house from I
OTain street.
20-tf.
FOR RENT Six room hungalow, all
: modern conveniences. Apply to
C. V. Roberts. 10-2 0-tf
FOR PwEINT A ten room nouse, fur
nished; well located, close In; all
modern conveijiences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOR SADE A five passenger auto
mobile in good condition; cheap
for cash. Apply at the Star of-1
fice. 10-1 0-1 2 1
FOR RENT After Oct. 20. the'COX-
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tage belonging to Dr. 'E. Van Hood1
at corner of Tuscawilla and South'
2nd streets, ywill be for rent. Six!
rooms; -bath; electric lights; gas
in kitchen; ibroad verandas; access
to cistern of soft water. Phone
164. 10-13
POSITION WANTED A-young lady
wishes a position as clerk in store
or In office work. Will work for
small salary to begin. Apply at
this office. 10-14-tf
IXST -Head tand foot to la -baby crib,
Finder rwiH) pl ease return rto T. J.
iiiiarocK Ac iBrotiher or phone
450. 10-22 -tf
Left at the Pott.
. The Professora Wife (to the Pro-
fAeanr wVin Vir. 4.. a
A.wow, "uu uaa juoi. come in irom &
1 walk) "What have you done with
your umbrella and Fido?M The Pro-
lessor (trying to remember) "What
tt u,UiUMS-n. yea. pre-
clsely. You see, my hat blew off, and
I didn't want to have the poor little
beast run with me after It, so I stuck
the umbrella in the ground somewhere
and tied Fido to It I suppose they
are still tbsra '

(Miss Tomtmie Stand ley will enter entertain
tain entertain Saturday morning at 10 o'olbck
at itho "home of her sister, Mrs. C R.
'Kreger, n compliment to Miss Clara
Johnson. ; ,'.
Mr. Setbert Davis and wife are in
the city from Jacksonville ,to visit
(Mr. Davis parents.
Litle Virginia avis we regret to
say, is yet quite ill.
.
Rev. E. iM. -Henderson and wife
were in town- today on ttheir way to
Oamojvflie, nvihere air. Henderson lias
Charge of a hurdh. He also preach

es atJMtrwadamJton.
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The scholars of the eognth grade
of ithe (high scjnool .will 'form a so society
ciety society on the lijoes of the Agatheri Agatheri-dan
dan Agatheri-dan society, rphey will organize o-
kmorrow.
Mrs. D. G. Washburn deft this af af-teroon
teroon af-teroon for "Bellevlew r-o ihoJd ia sil silver
ver silver medal contest1n that city to
night.
IMr James iBarco of Clearwater
and (Mr. Altman, of Tampa, were
guests Ca-st evgn4;ng o', "and iMrs.
Walter HoowfTyrhey spent fthe' day
at Mr. rBairco's pretty ; farmV "Sunny
tilope,' near .laretljeCurning from
there to theirwires this cufterhoon.
They were joined at Martel by Mr
W. K. Zewadski, who will spendj th
next -few days at.CHearwater.
' Mrs. Le3 JMie-rcTrhel
to her
heme in. Orlando this a;fternoon, af
ter a most deaigh.tful visit with her
mother, Mrs. S. A. (Stanlej, and sis sis-iter,
iter, sis-iter, (Mrs. C. (R. Kreger.
IMr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and Mr.
-Albert Gerig, arrived this afternoon
from Aliriericus, Ga.
iMiss IMimnio Stovall will 'be the
- i .W At it u.
aoyeuy tnoscess oi ano -jouiig waiv
tx-ullo CI-uTd at its regular weekly
im'e'eting tomorrow afternoon.
fMrs. ill. C. Groves returned .'home
vpet p(tA av aftPirn-rton'' : tfmni tai if our
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lorK city. ;,;.uts. iv "ixn,
h'er "home lor tne winter -wun uirs.
B. T. Perdue, on iFort King avenue, j

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IMrs. 'Ed. Carmfchaeil: wa Jin the
ciity this morning for a short time,
returning medlate
''ree her;Til at the bedside of
,her faitlher, Mr. U. e. .Wllkins,. rvvho,
ivto rper.rv.t to state, is desperately 111.
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Mrs.. Ml. A. IBXT& and; sister, ,r.
jamwy towiesouTy, wiuy. xv
enjoying a -visa m .xuiyuw,
are now at CVIacon, da., tne g-aescs oi
Lur3 fwas'ua'usuw,. x.o.aKaj
Birdsey and tfapriay. They expect to
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tomorrow
.'itu'a. vaio., ucau
week.
iMrs. Purdom, who has keen so
'desperately ill in 'the iMarlon County
(Hospital, has sufficiently yrecoveriid
to 'be removed to her home, much ao
tihe d elisiht of "her many .friends.
am omip -Ho nsiii
Here's Just a -Feu
Money-Saving i
Items: -i
5 Gals. Oil (All. this vk) .60c
.1 pk I. Potatoes (All wk) 30c
White House Coffee, lb. .35c
1 pk S. Potatoes (All vk. 25c
3 Cans Balto. Tomatoes 25c
I lb Rumford B. Powder. .23c
Good onions, per pound ". .4c
6 pkgs Sensat'n Tobacco. -.25c
10 lbs. Meal . ...... 25c
10 lbs Grits. ... 25c
BACON, per pound 10c
15c Stuffed Olives, bot. . .10c
15c Catsup, bottle. ...... .10c
15c 2-lb Can Peas. ..... .10c
15c Corn, 2 for. 25c
Ocala Cash Grocery
Company,
Next to Burnett's
Oa Fort King Avenue

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Sweden and Norway Honor the Mem Memory
ory Memory of Monarch Who Kept Coun Countries
tries Countries From Warfare.
On the Norwegian frontier the other
day there was ; dedicated in the pres presence
ence presence of 10,000 persons a Swedish-Norwegian
monument to peace. .' Strange
happenings when almost within hear hearing
ing hearing cannon were roaring, musketry
volleying, men dying in agonies, na nations
tions nations wrestling In fratricidal hate. Yet
not so strange after all, but in won wonderfully
derfully wonderfully striking contrast.
1 Only a few years ago Norway le le-ceded
ceded le-ceded from union with Sweden. King

Oscar of the Bernadotte dynasty, a
man of gentle soul, patron of religion
and art and peace, sat on the throne.
It was Inhis power to launch the army
of Sweden against-'the' 'Norsemen,
numerically inferior. VWIth a word of
command he might have drenched two
countries in blood and tears. There
were not wanting those who counseled
the shedding of blood, the arbitrament i
of brute force, the rending of families
tne wrecking of homes, the heaping of
miseries on women and children. For
these are the meanings of war.
But the ; gentle old man kept the
peace. Norway became a ; separate
kingdom in 1905. Haakon VII was
elected ruler of Norway. In 1907 Os Oscar
car Oscar I died and Gustaf V became mon monarch
arch monarch of Sweden. No word of war or
hate has divided the two countries.
They separated on political lines. They
parted in peace. They have kept the
peace. And now they have erected a
peace monument to commemorate the
peaceful parting made possible by the
heroism of Oscar I. For it took genu genuine
ine genuine heroism to face the division of his
kingdoms, the humiliation of dethrone dethronement
ment dethronement by half his subjects, and to re resist
sist resist the entreaties of men to whom
.force and bloodshed area standards cf
right. "...
The man who could thus keep the
peace deserves to be held Jn grateful
remembrance by the entire world.-
Detroit Free Press.
IMPORTANT TERM IN FINANCE
Amortization Means the Providing for
the Payment of Certain Sum
' Borrowed.
The financial world has Its very
own slang. Generally speaking, it is
useful and excellently applied, which
is not invariably the case t; ith all
slang. ; .'
Take the curious won! amortization,
for Instance, ;
"Amortization" mear s simply the
method of providing J or the repay
ment of a loan. If you lend me $10,-
.j : . .
years, yuu nave a ngnx a.o ue lnier-
. f th in onn wi1lVh voll Pvnprt
to, make upon me ten years hence
So I say to you: 1
am' going to amortize that $10,-
Q00 debt In this way: Out of my earn
ings every year I'm going to set aside
QHA TT'ooVi von T Tir.11 tsa Yin tOHrt fr
somethhig too. At the
end of ten years the fund will amount
to just enough to discharge my debt.'
Yon will find that. snpeiflHstR in
hnnd .iso thp wnH h irrpat dpal TIipv
know better than anybody else its im
pQrtancei y reali tnat a Dorrow
er of monev for a lcne term'nf vears
is yery apt to forget to make provl-
sicn for repayment;
cerium icuuera ui muuey uu aujig
terms insist upon the Borrower s tan-
wg oui asJiie insurance poncy uig
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enough to meet the debt in case of
death before the debt becomes due.
Generally the longer a debt has to run
tjon 0f "amortization."
"Tipping" an Ofd Evil.
J The tips, or "vails" of the eight eighteenth
eenth eighteenth century were by no means con confined
fined confined toy Inns. One traveler through
England, Le Blanc, says that, after
dining with a friend, "you'll find all
the servants -drawn up in the pas passage
sage passage like a file of musketeers, from
the house steward down to the lowest
livery servant, and each of them holds
out his hand to you In as deliberate
a manner as the servants in our Inns
on the like occasion." The master of
the house turned his head away, pre pretending
tending pretending not to be aware of what was
going forward. Lord Hervey records
that George il's queen thought it nec-
' essary ,to give vails in town as well
as In the country, but the king told
her she was a fool to do so.
Geographical Howlers.
Geographical howlers, like that of t
transposing' the firths of Forth and
Clyde in the Times map, have not
been unknown even In high er quar
ters, y In 1816, when t'errltorial adjust
ments between Great Britain and
Prance were carried out, amazement
was caused by this country; ceding to
France the district of Chandernagor,
in the heart of Bengal. It came Out
that the then marquis of Londonderry,
our foreign minister, had acted in the
belief that Chandernagor was a tiny
island In the West Indies, and appar apparently
ently apparently none of his officials had been
able to set him right!- London Chron Chronicle.
icle. Chronicle. Coming Into Her Own.
Woman is certainly coming Into
her own. Even in tender romance she
is exerting an influence.
The young man had just been ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. In his rapture he exclaimed:
"But do you think, my love, I ara good
enough for you?"
His strong-minded fiancee looked
sternly at him for a moment and re replied:
plied: replied: "Good enough for me? You've
got to be!" Judge.

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