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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, SAT! 'KDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914

NO. 253

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REINFORCEMENTS FOR GERMANS ARE BE-

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SIX HUNDRED TKOUSAtlD FRESH III AI1VIIIG TO .101!
;: THE IIIAIIIC STRUGGLE

Berlin, Oct' 24. Six hundred
thousand fresh soldird have' ;rein-

. forced the German armies along- the J

Franco-Belgian frontiers The Ger Germans
mans Germans intend to force the conflict
ithercr to a conclusion as quickly aa
(possible. AJ51 available soldiers are
Ibeing -brought Into acticfji to break
the allied lines. ;
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It Is announced that the Germans
have made gains -between Lille and
Arras and have driven,, a wedge to toward
ward toward JL&ns and LaBassee, ttireate:i ttireate:i-Icg
Icg ttireate:i-Icg to cut off theextre me Qeftftwitig
of the allies.
ZEPPELINS DIRECT THE GUNS
The battle between Nleuport and
Dixmunde is "still raging vtiolently.
Zeppelins are directing the artillery
fire. ;' v
"CLOSING IX OX VERDUN
The Germans are closing In
around Verdun, where fighting 'Is se-

sorties ol! the
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vere hjand to hand
French have, been

heavy losses.
ALL'S WLL,FOn GERMANY.. THIS
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SMARpJERMAN CRUISER IS
SCOURING THE EASTERN
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London, Oct. 24. The report
that the: German cruiser iEtmden,
iwihieb. has been the scourge of the
aliied shipping in the Indian Ocean,
ihad been sunk, is unconfirmed.

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ARE HUE

Berlin, -03t. 2 4. Accord in:

to

the official statement this afternoon,
the Germans are making successful
advances ?west of lAUe. A number of
villages 'h'ave .ibeen occupied on the
-battle (front o fthe .western army.
In the east iRus'sfan attacks in the
region vf Augustowo ihave lieen re re-i
i re-i pulsed and several (machine' guns
captured.
- OCo definite information; comes
(from the southeast.

DARIIIG OERMAtl

FLEW OVER 1IIRK

AXD DISAPPEARED NORTH PUR PUR-.
. PUR-. SUED BY BRITISH AERO

PLANE
'London Oct. 24. A Xewa dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Dunkirk says Ci'sjt a Ger Ger-man,
man, Ger-man, aeroplane flew over the city and
over the British gunboat in the
tharbor today. It was driven away
by cannon and rifles. Pursued by a
British aeroplane, it flew northward.

IR 91 1 A RAMPAGE

SAN ANTONIO STREAM TRIES TO

DllOWX OUT ITS CITY
San Antonio, Oct. 24. A cloud cloudburst
burst cloudburst (last night 'flooded the river
and How 'lying sections of the city and
suburbs, iMeny were trapped sleep sleeping.
ing. sleeping. It is feared the 'toss of life will
lb e rom fi fteen to twenty, mhe loss
is estimated at a hundred and fi.ty
thousand dollars.-
LIST OF DESTRUCTION LENG1TI-
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San Antonio, Oct. 24 (Noon)
It is .learned (that 25 persons rere
drowned in last night's floods in the
city and it is estiniated that as xiany

more rsrere lost in the dlstiricts near

the city.

Three 'hundred Ihoufjes were -wasfi-

ed away. The loss will 'be over half
million dollars.

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ICE CREAM, all that
Implies, at KREGER'3.

the name
10-8

Now is the time to pia:at 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

OTHER AVIATOR

PASSED TODAY' SUCCESSFULLY
THRU FRENCH SHELLS
OVER PARIS
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Paris, Ot. 24. A German aero aero-plane
plane aero-plane flew over the .nortih'ern suburb
otf Paris today. It '.was fired aipou
(by the forts southeast of !St. Denis,

ibut sped trapidl tyaway.

We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at hall! price.
Two 2 Gets or SOcts packages at one

price Ocala Seed 'Store 10-1-tf

Paris, Oct. 24. The Germans,
reinforced, are still cn the offensive
in the northern sphere cf fighting.
The -hardest fighting in Belgium is in
a triangle roughly bounded by Xieu-
port Dixmunde and Roulers. The al allies
lies allies are feeiling the pressure of su superior
perior superior numbers. J
On the Lasse and Airaieritiers line
th 3 fighting has been mosti severe.
The Germans are making a desperate
effort to smash the allies lines in the
Duaiens district r
' The French, 1 movement against
lMe'tz seems to have been cnecked.
"why Should they?
; Flusthiing, Oct. 2 4 .It Is report reported
ed reported that the Germans ; are Heaving
'Anthvertp. The 'wives of the German

efficera at Brussels liave been order-

ed to leave -within 48 nours. ;
ALLIES CHECK GEIOLIXS NELVU
f ' ::: OSTEXD.
'Paris, Oct. 24. The official state statement
ment statement at -four this afternoon aidimitted
that the Germans in Belgium were
Tiakin'g (progress north tof jDixaniinde,

r jid around LaBasse in France, .but
itaj-s that the a'llies 'harv-e made ap appreciable
preciable appreciable progress east 1 of Xieuport,
in the vicinty of Uangomarck and be be-i
i be-i jween AT-mentiers ." and Lille. The
indi'catfons are that the 'French have

thus far checked the Germans in

th'eir- .advances down the jcoast jfrom
Ostend.

AUSTRIA CLAIMS IT

THE VICTORY AT IVAXGOROD.
SEVERE FIGHTIXG OX THE
SAVE
Vienna, Oct. 24. It ; is officially
announced that the Austrians de defeated
feated defeated two Russian divisions at
Ivansgorod, capturing .4,000 iptrison iptrison-ers.
ers. iptrison-ers. SERVTAuXS SUNK AUSTRIAN" SHIP

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ajgaiinst the Servians, 'was sunk by a
mine la the Save river.
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Severe fighting is still going cn the
San. river where the Servians mho
crossed tihe river are ncAV1 being
dtrongiy at'taclced and pressed against
the riven'.

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j1eport, that tsing tao has
surrendered laciws cox cox-fii:matiox
fii:matiox cox-fii:matiox Tdkii'o, Oct. 24. The reporit! that
vTslng.Taio, the German stmaghold
in" China, ihas fallen is unconSmTed.

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TONIGHT we will have a 3 reel comedy, 5

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for in this picture we have Ford Sterling, the
I besl: comedian on the screen today. Besides $
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Petrograd, Oct. 24. Over four
and a half million) Russians, Ger Germans
mans Germans and Austrians ; are engaged
along the irregular battle front rorn
the Baltic Sea to southern' Galicia.
Xo decision' has yet Ibeen readied In
the gigantio conflict, rwhicn is ex expected
pected expected ticn determine (whether the
RusiBan will Ibe able to' innade
Silesia and advance on Bert in, 'before
heavy sno'vr causes a nalt?
AUSTRLVXS ARE ACTIVE
v It is officially reported that the
Ge-rmanlsi suffered V terriblid deTeat
aflong the Vistula, but the (Russians
are oinaMe .to press their : advantage

unltil Ithe Issue Is decided on the
left twin!?, wihere fthe reformed Aus Austrian
trian Austrian artmy is malting jhea-y attacks.

WVPUL SIJLUGHTEJt AT IVAN IVAN-GOROD
GOROD IVAN-GOROD .
, The -?ovoe Vremya correspondent

idec'lare that the Germans Host ,,60,-

000 fkOIed, ;wounded and prisoners n

attempting to cress Ithe Vistula, at

Ivangorod and subsequent fightin

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WANTED:" T"VTENTY MILLION..,

r MEN AXD AV031EX

Editcr iSUar: tMust 'have brains,

energy, love, or itmnn, Knowledge ana

science; also 1'5 cents to b-uy tXovem tXovem-iber
iber tXovem-iber cOi)y;C(f iPearson's Magazine sand

to" read two articles by Charles Ed-

jward IRussell and Allan L. Benson,

o nthe war in 'Europe, its true cause,

as weJl as that of all other wars,
past and to cotme. Finest presenta presentation
tion presentation and elucidation 'of savagry,

(barfUati'sm,, feudalism and capital

ism and final leVolUtion? into soclal soclal-is!m,
is!m, soclal-is!m, or th'e social democratic com-

mon' wealth, which Tia's b'een fwritten
and boiled down if or ibusy readers
ibv thcee two able iwriters over all

others in twenty 'years.

Incoimparalble, incontestaibiTe, in

assailable' and unquestlonaibly the
only way out of. this capitalist hell
of ignorance, unnecessary! poverty,

iineuploytoeni,. imisery, 1 suffering,
and crim;3, into the harfoor of pe'ace,
c'omtfbrt and 'pQenty and the first
civillzationl to SbTess us (poor, flittle
d'grior'a.nS transients 'with the happi happiness
ness happiness we Ihave all !been (praying' for,
tout, n'ever attained. -This go-called
civiilizatibn i3a 'failure, utter and
complete; pure ibarfbarism, ignorant,
blind atad cruel, -without' shamd ; it
faunts its Ih-ypocrisy, d'ouble-totngu-)dness,
deceitPulnesa 'and treachery
to, a. worild t ignorance, t stupidity
and' credulity; fit 'has Itself, adroitly
land t r eaoh'er ou sly prod uced.
iFor shame, ilefs ihave a new deal!
- C. F. S.
Ocala, Oct, 14, 1914.

i AS ES a 0 f C II 0 LE 01

HAVE REEN FOtTXD IN THOUf
SANDS IX AUSTRIA-HUX-
: -V :GARY :' Wll':';:v"';V,-'V :;
. jGeneva, Oct. 24. O'he Swiss' sov sov-emiment
emiment sov-emiment thasbeem a'dvtlsel thait .200
cases ot cholera "exisst in AUtria-J-runga'ryt
excl'usivo of cases In tlio
Austrian army, iwihich aro reported.
o (bs miany ithdusands.. ; .

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31RS. CAR3IAX'S CASE ?.LY GO TQv
; THE JURY THIS AFTER-

XOOX ';'

LMineola, OC. Y. Oct ; 24. The
defense in the trial of (Mrs.?. Carman
rested at noon. .-It is eypected
the case-will go to the jury late
this 'afternoon.

THE MEN'S CLASS
OF INVESTIGATION

iMee'tln'gs at the"' (East.. "Broadway,
chur'dh every 'Sunday, 'he dlak3 Is
wihat thd name IruJicattes. Those
intereste'd in this- nvo-rt: are cordially,
invited to join the claiss

PONY BUGGY WASTED

Wanted, a second nand pony cart'
or :buggy. Alust be in good condi condition
tion condition and quite a light one. Apply tat
Star office. 10-15-tf

OPEN DAY AND 3TGIIT

Merchant's Cafe, L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and Iunchc3
at any hour. Adv.

TELEGRAPH OPERATORS WILD.
HAVE MORE LEISURE TI.UC

On account of depression of bus business
iness business the Western Unicn' arid Posral
Telegraph .Companies' office .h'ourc,
on Sunday, wliribo from 8 to 10 a,
m.f and 4 to 6 p. an an-:
: an-: -C. K. Sage, Mgr. W. U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, Mgr. I'-ostal Tel. Co.

TWO HOUSES FOR RENT

For Tent, two 8-.rcom, 2-story
houses on North Magnolia street.

near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
I lights, water and other modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply at this office. 13-tf
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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 $20
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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TWO

THE OCALA EVENING SlAK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
RITTINGER & CARROLIi, PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

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(Domestic)
One year, in advance. .... $5.00
Six months, in advance. ... 2.50
Three months, in advance. ; 1.25
One month, in advance. .... .50

( Foreign)
One year- in advance. .
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance,
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DEMOCRATIC TICKET

For

Tor

General Election November 3, 1914
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. SIIACKLEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.

Railroad Commissioner:
R. HUDSON BURR.
N. A. BLITOH.
State Senator, 20th District:

GLENN TERRELL.
For Representatives:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
r For Tax As.sessor:
ALFRED AYER.
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasuitir:
JOHN 31. GRAtJAiM.
For County Commit doners:
W. D. CARN.
WALTER LUFFMAN.
IN, A. FORT.
S. R PYLES.
FVr (Members of School Voard:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. iR. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.

gest ward, and sell it at h -pra'ce that
would force Taylor 'Bros, ice tfastory
to sell at a loss or quit.. Of course,
they would quit. They 'don't have to
make ice for a living, and Hike all
the rest of us, they, would net be
foolish enough to work fcr noth nothing,
ing, nothing, let alone at a Toss. If they
shut down, we -would have to buy

ice from Tampa and Jacksonville,

unless the city puts its entire

000 into an ice factory, it couldn't

supply the demand of OcaCa end sur surrounding
rounding surrounding territory. Taylor Bros, ice
factory and coldstcrage rplanfe rep represent
resent represent an investment' of seme $60, $60,-000,
000, $60,-000, and there is 'hardly anything

Ocala and !3Iarion 'county would cniss
a3 much. Why should any man twho

wants a rair -price iicr ns:s ianor or

his goods insist that ihis neagbbor

should work f or little or nothing?

tor

$5-5,-1

firai, hank or corporation will da
i'Jhis without compensation, and in
leaving this matter open to "aturo
CeisDaitive enactments its are 'raking
a leap in the dark, with the chances
that instead of decreas 'jns the ex ex-(pense
(pense ex-(pense of conducting this part of the

county business we -may be called
upc-n to ibear even a greater expense.

Til 3 present system is founded upen

good business ; principles, and I for
one do not care to abandon a certain
reasonable method 'with the mere
hope of a Shelter one not yet even
yet "suggested.'

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HARBORS IMPROVEMENT

appropriations have been that only

really wise and consistent continu

ous expenditure the government lias
made.

council, put in an ice machine that

would compel any firm or corpora

tion to sell ice at a reasonable price.
The Star would certainly favtor such
a step; and the remote possibility of
its (becoming necessary is" one of the
reasons why it wanjs the city of
Ocala to keep Its present utilities of
electricty and wacer in its own
'hands. If there is anything in the

iworld likely to cause one ox our

home industries to sell out to a for

eign corporation, it will .be a (policy

adopted toy the city for cutting
prices on it occasionally, which ow

ing to the sad perversity of 'human

nature, is justas likely to result
if rom political reasons as from ia de-

sire to serve the -public.

A iprominent and well 'posted phos
pnate man of the Star's 'acquaint

ance :is confident that the war will
ibe over by the first of June and that
fhe will the sfhipping iphosihate by

July. He 'believes the spring cam campaign
paign campaign will end it, and ipeace will fol follow.
low. follow. The iStar wishes he imay be
right, and'doubts it very, much;

IXDECEXT IF IT ISN'T LEGAL

A new (malady, the Zeppelin, neck,
Is afflicting -the (people of Uondon.
It is caused (by their constant (look-ins
rfor German airsnips.

OJMtonrey can buy anything in; the

ai3fli a fgood limitation, of that that
eveftt an expert can't ail ways tell the

di Ii rrence.

loi a wiar with .Germany or any
fcxtlier European power, the United

SUrftes twould have one 'great advan advantage.,
tage., advantage., Their enormous siege iguns

wouldn't ro very ifar on our roads.

.Tne Tapidity with which a nnan

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can ngure out a, pruui. uu s. nuiuo iu

jq (paid! for iwlth oth'er ipeopQe's

monej is only exceeded iby th'e irapld- against iBurojpean armies

The Times-Union gives some very
(good advice in 'regard to our coastal
canal, which teside being of great

est use in .tian of peace would Ibe of

first fmportaace dn war, allowing our

torpedo boats and submarines safe

passage from point to point, &o (they

couild dart and attack any) hostile

fleet that anight try to (blockade our

shores- That 'is all very good 'the

canal should (be improved to the

igreatest extent, and (plenty of sub sub-imarines
imarines sub-imarines and torpedo"' boats should
ibe (built ithey are more necessary

to our oountry than battleships. But

if we eiver have a war with' such a

country as Germany, it will not fool
atway the time of its fleet patrolling

our Hon'g and dangerous coast. The

enesmy will strike' for sotod vital

(point, and if able to make a Sanding

will fortify that point and from it

pour trained armies into the inter interior,
ior, interior, where they could dive on the

country as they advanced. We have

plenty of imen, and (good (men, hut

armed as we could now arm them,

they would- Ibe off less account

than our

iiy with which he can figure a floss
on (the same scheme when it is to be

paid for out of his own (pocket.

Dixie says: Following Dixie's ex

posnre that Cary (D. 'Landis, a state
attorney for the Seventh judicial
district, wa3 holder of a railway

pass, came the news of the resigna resignation
tion resignation cf air. Landis. This, however,

a wise thing on the part of IMr. Lan

dis, should not (prevent him from

ibeinsr arrested and prosecuted for

violating the Taw-

Senators J. B. Johnson of Live Oak
and Y. L Watson of Quimcy, railroad
Jawyers riding on free passes, and

Lucie county, shouHid at once resign

as members of the legislature. If
they decline the next legislature

should deny theim seats.

The opinion of F. ZM. Hudson

torney for the railroad) commission,

is susceptible to but one interpreta

tion and that is that no state official

n'or a anember of .the diegiislature can

rfde on passes (without vioflating the

law.

No Haw-'olator shkuld sit in the

legislature. If the 'gentlemen ahove

referred "to insist on holding (their
seats it is reasonable to ibeJlieve that
there will .be "someithliig doing" fn

Fiiorida 'Metropolis: Under this

caption The luetropohs puhlished an
editorial on the 1 S th Instant. Yes

terday in the United States Senate,

Senator 'Fletcher of Florida, asked

editori'all in full in the Congressional

Record. This 4s thb first tilme in the

history of 'Flbrida that an editorial

from any Florida paper has foeen or

dered (published in the Coaigression-

al Hecord. Acting on many re

quests The (Metropolis republish es the
eiditorial herewith:

SMany of the newspapers, and pub-

licaitl'ons of the 'East are rejoicing

trwian ItVi'c fiiJilnTA "of final rio-ciQJi Ti o.f

the original rivers and harbors bill,

designating it as "the pork (barrel

In many cases it is quite difficult

to determine- whether these editors

the next aegisilature involiving the

right of itihese men! td ho-ld their

memlbership in this body.

The 'gentlemen who put the ice
factory item in the tbontd ordinance

eay tha!t fit (will tlake the entire i$55,-

OOO Uo iLrnprove the waterworiks, and

there will he none left (for an ice
roillant. The Star does -not doubt

their word, hut why then did ithey
put the ice plant litem In? If they

do irot put in an lee plant, ithey will
Isadly disappoinit a number of their

trusting frfends, who conned ently ex ex-peidts
peidts ex-peidts to Ibuy a 25-pound chunk of
ice for nickel as scon as UKe ity

ipllant can he put in operation-

condemn She hill as a "pork harreF' h
V propositibn are just ignorant of the
- .y.-i x l t a.

general neeias oi xne councry a;t narge
or whether they are merely malvol-

ent perverters of facts

The 'Saturday 'Evening Post, join

ing in along with some df the daily

press yeHpers, is much pleased that

tshe bill was killed; and declares

that a world disaster like the Euro

pean war was necessary to stop what
the (Post is pleased to designate as

' "igross waste.

It isn't surprising to iread such rot

in Xew York njews'papens. vftor they

have no vision 1eyond the sky line of

Afanhattan Isiland, are narrofw, igno

rant, conicieted, self-opinionated,, pro pro-vinciaL
vinciaL pro-vinciaL !But that a oublicatliioa of

the character of the SPotst woufld he

euiltv of (the utterances tio Ibe found I V

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in itia last fem'e. is siomSewhat sur i

prisihjg..

fXew York, and the East igenerally, I Y

have received many appropriations,
and such enormous sums have (been

expended in iglving them deep, safe

iharbofs, anid improving their water water-iwiays,
iwiays, water-iwiays, that they are wholly selfish

in theiir Utterances, and wlhaJt (they

say is sisnotply a sop to the vanity of
Uhir (readers, who like the editors,

don 't Icnow there is a country out-

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IP YOU WILL COME STIIAIGHT TO VCJ WIUVJ YOU
NEED ANYTHING IN THE HATtDWARi: IINK YOU VILL
SAVE Y'OURSELP THE TROUBLE OP "LOOKING AKOU'IV,

AVE WILL "HAVE IX" FOR YOU
AVILL BE LOW.

THE PRICE

WE HAVE BEEN HAMMERING AWAY AT THE II ARB
AVARE BUSINESS A LONG TIME, AND OUR BUSINESS
METHODS NAIL CUSTOMERS TO US AVHEN THEY' ONCE

BUY FR03I US.

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1 -OCALA,

ilf the ,Russiau reports regarding Me of the little island ion which!

IBiireka- Oalifonua has long en

joyed .the distiuctioT of fbeing the
niy higr city in. lAImerica -without a

TaSlroad. Tt has now ilost th'at dis distinction,
tinction, distinction, the INorthern iPacific exten-

hjoci to ft having: Teached the town

STriday.

ilndians with :their -bows and arrows

iwere aerainst Miles Stanldtsh and hi3

.p.M-itans three centuries aso. We hPante stations ama-

do not n-ed a big standing army, but mairch- They only struck

iwe do (need 2-50.00O well trained

German, airshhips are true, ithe iBrlt iBrlt-ish
ish iBrlt-ish needn't ihave moDdh feair of a Zep-

ipelin (raid- A dispatch from Betro-

grad says: "The idomparatively in

effectiveness of a'eraaf warfare twas

roroved at Warsaw, whetre boimhs

i
thrown hy German aviatoirs tmissed

itlhe irailway fire, tedegiraph and tele-

troops on the

anid de de-oif
oif de-oif some

an!d equipped (regulan: soldiers, sum

ifchir times as fmany n'aiional gnards-

me'n to Iback thelm

iprlvate homes, whiDe taanry fell qnlte

fNtew York is located. iHavdng all

the aippropriations they need, and
halving their 'harbors and (waterways

in a high state of improvement, fthey

are willing that no further impirov impirov-imen'ts
imen'ts impirov-imen'ts Jbe imaide anywihere in the (coun

try

iBnt it lis a snotorfous fact known to

every iman who h'as gone Into the
matter with anything like an analy

tical mind and intent to discover the

truth, that river and .harhor jimpro-

The Southern representatives in
Congress who -are trying to force

cotton HegMaitioni hy filibustering

fkxflishly and awakening the hlostili-

-fjy of the entire country against

their isection.

It fell on some infantry Ibaggage and

It is making aibout lans who were standing nearby.

(being

Voliva's foil Dowers dn Zion City,

'Fernandina'a

tcos-tl $50,000.

(3,000 tons a year, wthrch is

sold at $3 a ton .whtoQesalle and $7 a
ton retail. They conduct their ice
pliant in connection with their water

and electric iplant, so they cannot

make" an approxJm&te estimate on

iwihat it costs to make ice, Ibnt claim

it costs them '$1 a fcon.

The Star h'as a Ibet of a bottle of

-cCiaimpagne that ithe war in rDurope
doesn't en'd hy June. The Qosen is
to (pay for the wine and the winner

is to ibuy the hromo-seltzer next

taoroing. The Star tis 'willing to bor-

ttw the money to po.y for a bucket
of champajrne for any man who will

-ciad the war right mow.

Circuit court will meet at iBush iBush-xiall
xiall iBush-xiall Monday, and on that occasion

the people of Sumter county will
libld a mass meeting to discuss good

jrodas, the aiarion-Sumter County

JPalr and other important matters.

Judge Bullock and other leading

men will address the people.

One of tths arsumonts advanced as

xrtiy Ocala Should have a municipal

Ico jflant ds that the Southern Util Utilities
ities Utilities Company, a hig corporation, is

ibnying up all the ice-factories in the

jstate, with a view to forcing the

price sky-high. There is little possi-llit-v
of its ibuvinethe Ocala ice

factory, and the iery slender proba-

.haiity .of its doing so is no reason

xixr an ice plant provision in the
Vftind ordinance. The city of Ocala

tvsms its water and electric plants.

If it combines the two and keeps
thean, and' the price of ice is put up

2-v nnv cenhine or firm, it can, at

any time without waiting for any

onds, ibut by a majority vote of the

111., have been ordered by their lead

er to resist vatfciiiatlon (by the state

health authorities even if forced to

use firearms4 iVoliva declared the
authorities .would have to call out

They ihave he state militia to vaccinate his fol-

to pay at least 10 per bent, on Ithsir flowers, instructions to resisi vac-

fee ilant. s it costs them $6,000 a cination were issuea .Dy .voiiva alter

year to make 3000 tons of lice. There the state health! inspector had at-

is a deficit somewhere iwhich the tax- tempted vaccrnation to checK tne
payer has to m'ake tgood, whether it spread tit small ipox in Ziori City.

goes on his ice hill on not. Amid yet This is aibout what might have meen
Taylor (Brothers, of Ocala, ia this expected of 'Voliva and the: (Dowie-

InQand town, with high fflneisJht rates ites, but a Qot of people in Florida

to pay, are making and selling dee at "endanger their own lives and those

$8 a ton retail. How many years at of their children (by neglecting vac-

$1 a rtrn, rsrfll it. taTffi it.Tiift nArtnlp. of Cimation.

Ocala to pay for their new ice

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plant? We hope they are mot ex-S -If the United States was to be-

pecting to sell the hands on the pros-l come involved An war with a first-

pectin profits of the municipal class power, it hasn't ammunitiin

faotorr. enough to last Its present small

army thru a week of steady fight-

If the Cerman cruiser Karls-jing, and Congress is igolng home

ruhe stays afloat much longer, she without even thinking of supplying

will equal the" Ailabama's (record, j the deficiency.

She has sunk thirteen British mer merchantmen
chantmen merchantmen in the Atlantic The Carls-

trube is a comparatively new shiD,

having gone into commerco early
in 1912. She is very fast, having a

speed of twenty-seven knots which

has enabled her thus far to success successfully
fully successfully elude the .persistent 'British

(Dursuit. Her main armament con

sists of twelve 4.1-inch guns and
her crew numbers 373 men.

The City of Ocala cannot make
and sell ice at a profit, or even at a
fifty-fifty rate, much cheaper than
the people are buying it now. It can
put in a $10,000 plant, which might
make ice enough to supply our big-

ha-rmflessily. Only one homh drop- trn0mtt ,countrv yearly more

ping was attended with any success. Ley thail has heen expanded all

told for the improvements of rivers

and harhoris

One comparison alone is quite con con-ivincing.
ivincing. con-ivincing. The state of Texas has
practically no river improvement.

She has a few waterways susceptible
immrovement. She is onO of the

states producing heavy freight; and

a hulk of it. Yet the state of Texas

has the highest freight rate of any

state in the Union, taken- as a whole.

In truth the common point ratO in

Texas is higher than any rate any

where, with two exceptions in very

amal are'as in the Rocky (Mountain

country. To get at the savtog ef

fected 'try river and harbor, fanprov-

ment, one .has hut to compare the

rate in Texast and the hulk of freight

moved, with the -same area in the

fiireat Lakes .region, or any other

section where the waterways and fcar fcar-Ibors
Ibors fcar-Ibors aire in a high (state of Improre Improre-ment.
ment. Improre-ment. .The Tate in Texas, da most

instances, Is about three times- as
great per ton per mile as it Is

where there is water competition.

The rivers are niautral arteries of
commerce. They are where they are
and must always .remain there. The
river channel will never stand an as assessment
sessment assessment and will never increase in
value, so far as taxation ds concern concern-ed,
ed, concern-ed, while every railroad in the coun country
try country is all of the time increasing in
value, and all lines are constantly
being taxed on a heavier valuation

for their right or way. unis win
make f reight rates go up, rather than
lower them, and the only possible
solution of freight rates must rest
with improved waterways.
If the government had expended
all its money as wisely as that which
has been expended for waterway im improvement,
provement, improvement, the entire nation would
be better off today.
Instead of being a "pork barrel"

the rivers ana narcors

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Judge J. C. B. Koonce of Sumter

bounty, who is recognized as hein

extraordanarily well posted on legal

affairs, says of the proposed amend

ment to aibolish the office of county

treasurer, which amendment is to be

sx)ted on at the election of Nov 3 :

"In abolishing the office of county
treasurer no provisian whatever is
made for the future custody and
control of the county finances. Yet
it is plain ly apparent that some sys system
tem system or method must be contrived,
because taxes must be collected and
the money disbursed for carrying on
the county husiness. It is not rea reasonable
sonable reasonable to suppose that any person,

in any sense

DOA T TAKE ANY CHANCES VITII YOUR EYES. A LIT"
TLE CORRECTION AT THIS TIME IIA YSA VE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN, THE FUTURE. CO HE IN NO V AND IIA VE YOUR E YES
I TESTED BY AN EXPERT. THIS EXAMINATION IS FREE. IF
YOU, DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WILL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE VfILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
AT A PRICE THAT XILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
YOUR EYES."

RELIABLE JEWELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

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DGER-BOAR
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Ijycon.ytn-Q jtthtJ ? 'rockier
The Better Wall-Board
HERE'S a bett er 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 materi-1 1 a way to fcuiid
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
"DADGER. BOARD is c&ay to zp zp-'
' zp-' r!y. Dcn't wa?t for plasterers
do the work yourself. A 1 t!.o tools
needed are h .mmer and lavvand al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted vith mir.y brauti brauti-ful
ful brauti-ful effects.
Permanent Walls at
Lower Cost
"DADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crackit makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and sec a sample
of Badger-Bord and ask us nbout
its many uies.
Call on or write fcr
t.nd samples
J. J. McCASKILL,
State Agent, OCA.
prices
fla
2,000 BOXES OF
ORANG
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX Til EES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.
Do You want (hem at a Bargain?
t I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on' '20-acre
tract, all fenced -hat no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More 5than 2,000
boxes Of oranges now' on tress
c.lmost ready to ship. Big, line
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
-. $5,000.
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. Savage, Jf
Room ., Merchant's Block,
Phone 135,
OCALA, FLA
"Go RIofISi fey Sea9'
Merchants & Miners! Trans. Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
JACKSONVILLE
; to
BOSTON
N EW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
oervice. Wireless telegraph on all
Bteamers. Through fares and tickets
to sill Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Furniture Repairing;
I have moed to the" Burnett.
Building on Ea-3t Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert worli ers ers-exruted
exruted ers-exruted in this line and all. work
guaranteed.
I have just re-celved a
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. Pi- BCIBITT,
14 FORT KINO AVENUE
Happiness Only Comparative.
Wo mav anticiijj.te bliss, but
WW
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ever drank of that enchanted cup unal unalloyed
loyed unalloyed ? Col ton.

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I MAKING LAND VALUES
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mv.v.vaaava,-.v.vaw

rjrjHAT which is not desired cannot be said to possess a value.
jrV But that which is desirable and in demand possesses a value accord-
Ing to its desirability the value being regulated by the demand.
Farm lands vary In values according to their location, their productive
qualities and their accessibility to the markets.
The character of crops must be regulated according to the market at hand
ard every community necessarily directs the character of the product brought
to town by the farmers.
There must be a market for the farmer. There muct be come place where
he can realize on his crops and receive In exchange a fair value in money or
In such merchandise as will supply the necessities of thoce dependent on his
efforts to say nothing of the luxuries that have become practically ne necessities.
cessities. necessities. The day has gone by when the farmer and his family raised and produced
by home manufacture all the things needed. We have become creatures of
conditions entirely new. We must have stylish clothing to take the place of
the home-spun worn by our forefathers. We must have pianos and organs,
upholstered furniture, chinaware, crockery, tinware, aluminum utensils, self self-binding
binding self-binding harvesters, threshing machines, together with modern machinery and
tools of all kinds. Our wives and daughters must have millinery and all sorts
of fol-de-rols which, bless them, they are entitled to have and to wear.
Our day is no longer a peri 3d of appreciation of beauty unadorned or a
disregard for the good things of life. We need, or we think we need, which
Is the same thing, a lot of things which cannot be produced on the farm,
therefore we Incline our motives and ourendeavors to obtain such things.
In answer to the demand for such things we have established communi communities
ties communities for a general exchange of these things; for the exchange of the farm prod products
ucts products for money and for merchandise. Now that we have established a standard
of values for everything we figure everything in dollars and cents and if we
are dealing with a storekeeper who carries a stock of the things we require
and wish to buy and who wishes tq buy that which we have to sell, there is
no bother about making the deal.
In our community we have storekeepers who have equipped their places
of business with everything we need. They have invested their money in
merchandise just as the farmers have invested their money and their time in
lands and machinery and cattle and in crops.
In this manner there has been created; a certain market for a proportion
of the crops raised by our farmers. The marketing of the balance of the
crops is readily attended to by the mere fact that we have ,a community, a.
headquarters for buying and selling; the greater the size of the community,
the better facilities.
IF A COMMUNITY IS POOR AND UNPROSPEROUS, THEN THE
FARMER CANNOT MARKET HIS CROPS SO PROFITABLY.
, The prosperity of a community rests entirely with the people In that com community,
munity, community, thlsrof course, Including "those who live on the outskirts and who
really form a part of the community, because of the fact that they do their
marketing there. If they bring their products to the community market-and
sell them there and then spend their money with the local business men, the
community will grow and prosper. Land values will Increase and the earnest
toilers and workers will become wealthy.
But if either the farmers or the storekeepers fail to do their full share
in the way of complying with the business requirements then there will be a
lack of success and the community will npt grow or prosper. Land values
will not increase.
There is a division of responsibility, practically equal. .The Interests of
the storekeepers and of the farmers must come together. Without a due
appreciation of these requirements, no community can look for progress,
If the storekeepers do not carry the merchandise ready to meet the re requirements
quirements requirements of the farmers they realize that they cannot expect to do the busi business.
ness. business. But the failure Is not here.
The great trouble in our community, now, is that the shower of mail
order catalogues has descended on the land and the farmers are inclined to
believe that no harm can come of diverging their trade from the local store storekeepers
keepers storekeepers to the mail order houses i:a the big cities.
We must keep our money In circulation In our own town. We mut pro protect
tect protect our local storekeepers. We must create and build up conditions cY pros prosperity
perity prosperity right here at home or there will be no increase In land values. In fact,
they will decrease If we send our money to the mall order houses,
IF WE DESIRE PROSPERITY, WE MUST HELP TO CREATE IT OUR OURSELVES
SELVES OURSELVES BY SPENDING OUR MONEY AT HOME.

'PLACE BELIEF IN TOAD SOUP
East Indians Have the Idea That This
Nostrum Is a Cure for
Insanity.
The general report on the census of
India, 1911, which, has just reached
England, is not a mere compilation of
statistics, but is as full of romance
and interest as any novel dealing with
native' life and customs could be. :
For instance, there is a most Inter Interesting
esting Interesting note on popular beliefs regard regarding
ing regarding Insanity, and Mr. O'Malley, who
superintended the census taking in
Bengal, Bihar and Orissa, says that
the lower classes think that insanity
is due to an excess of bile la the sys system,
tem, system, or to worms in the head.
"Neglect of the worship of the gods:,
or the curse of a Yogi, Sadha, or
other holy man may produce it," ha
says. "It Is especially liable to at attack
tack attack these who practise Tantric arts,
but fall to control the spirits which
they evoke. Generally, howc;verf it i:i
attributed to demoniacal possession.
"The spirit which Is most commonly
thought to produce madness is Brah Brah-madaitya,
madaitya, Brah-madaitya, the spirit of a Brahman who
has died an unnatural death. Mad Madness
ness Madness being due to possessicn by an
evil spirit, every attempt is made to
appease or exorcise it. The exorcists
hold smoking chillies to the nostrils
of the patient and chant mantras, ad addressing
dressing addressing the spirit in filthy and ob obscene
scene obscene language, all with the idea of
driving it away. When these mean 3
prove futile they prescribe a diet cal calculated
culated calculated to force the spirit to leave
his victims in fear of losing his caste,
for Brahmadaitya is the spirit of a
high caste Brahman. The unfortunate
patient has, therefore, to consume
soup made of toads, etc. When these
abominable nostrums fail the use of
medicated oils and of indigenous
herbs and drugs is resorted to.
"Tl?e medical treatment of the in insane
sane insane prescribed by the Kavirajen
sometimes takes the following forms:
The mud taken from putrid tanks in
plastered on the patient's head, o?
aloe pulp is mixed with water and
applied in the form of an emulsion.
A favorite remedy is soup made from
a particular kind of frog."
Great Coal Deposits In Chile.
The Chilian government seme timo
ago engaged the noted geologist, Dr.
Johannes Bruger, to study the coal
deposits of the country, believing that
the carboniferous region of the prov province
ince province of Arauco alone could supply tha
needs of Chile, for a period of 203
years.
Doctor Bruger has gone thoroughly
into conditions prevailing in Arauco.
The coast country is particularly rich
in coal. There is an abundance cf
thi3 material in the vicinity of the
town of Buena'Piden.
Some years ago these deposits were

exploited on a large scale, ana rail railroads
roads railroads and wharves were built to fa facilitate
cilitate facilitate shipments. But work was
not continued because the survey was
incomplete and now exploitation is
to be done under improved conditions
and with expert advisers superintend superintending
ing superintending the work. 1
The hills in the vicinity of Ronquiel,
Mislongue and Millaneco contain large
deposits of coal of the finest quality,
and several coal mines are now in op operation.
eration. operation. Mexican Camp Routine.
Very little attention is given to the
medical corps. The field force breaks
camp at dawn when the women with
pots and pans and babies start off in
advance to prepare dinner and sleep sleeping
ing sleeping quarters, cook frijoles and make
tortillas. It seems like an excursion
party. The losses reported by Mexi Mexicans
cans Mexicans are counted by the rank rather
than the number of men killed, for
when they lose a colonel or captain it
is counted a disaster as compared to
an engagement where a few. hundred
privates are killed. National Maga-
Seed Us Your
Orders For:
I Beams
Channels, y
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron Work
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dories and
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Road Work at all
Times.
JACKSONVILLE .FLORIDA

The Advantages I KMera BgMpnest
Are well known to financial and commercial enterprise.
The equipment of the Munroe and Chambliss National Bank contains every.
facility for prompt and accurate dispatch of business.
Accounts subject to check are invited.

m ROE

STILL DEPEND ON CAVALRY
Observers Were Wrong Who Said
That Armies Soon Would Get
Along Without That Arm.
The horse is holding his own in the
present war. Dispatches mention
"clouds of cavalry" screening tthe Ger German
man German advance. Parties of uhlans scout
far and wide picking up information
which is sent back to the main body.
From East Prussia, from Galicia and
from Belgium come reports of cavalry
engagements. That troopers are the
eyes and ears of armies is an old say saying
ing saying that Is being verified every day.
The aeroplane is very valuable, and so
is the automobile; but neither displaces
the cavalry. Cavalry can act on the in information
formation information they gather in an instant,
they can see and strike simultaneous simultaneously.'
ly.' simultaneously.' Plowed ground that might stall an
auto is no obstacle whatever to capa capable
ble capable cavalry intelligently commanded.
All great armies cherish their mount mounted
ed mounted troops, and make provision for re remounts.
mounts. remounts. If the cavalry competition
depends on the supply of horseflesh
Russia has a great advantage over all
other European nations. It is esti estimated
mated estimated that within the czar's dominions
are more than thirty-three million
horses, two-thirds of which are in
European Russia. According to the
latest available statistics Germany has
4,500,000 horses, France about 3,300, 3,300,-000,
000, 3,300,-000, Austria-Hungary 3,800,000 and
Great Britain nearly 2,200,000. The
United States, with more than 20,000, 20,000,-000
000 20,000,-000 horses, is admirably qualified to
become a great cavalry country, v
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
car. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and tnat is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube. When
i -a. i 9 m a T..
inis tUDe is innamea you can near a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is Che result, nd unless the in in-flammntion
flammntion in-flammntion can She 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 inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the -mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollais
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free. :, F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation. t adv
NOTICE
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now
1915 state and 'county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 191 4. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation 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 will issue the license and fur
nish all blanks and other information
on request. Respectfully,
W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-301
To Make a Living.
The finer sentiments, religious, ar artistic
tistic artistic and moral are all right-when we
can get to them, but the first thing
a man or woman must do is to get
enough to eat and sc ue place in
which to live. v And this living must
of nece? ty be the basis for any high
er sentiments. The education, there therefore,
fore, therefore, which makes a foundation for
this support should be first in the
thought of our system of education.
On it should be built the secondary
studies, s it were, of nur education.
A PERTINENT QUESTION
The question has been asked, "In
what way are Chamberlain s Tablets
superior to pills?" The answer is,
'Thc;y are more mild and gentle in
effect and more reliable. Be sides
they improve the appetite, cleanse
and invigorate the stomacn, correct
disorders of the liver and leave the
bowels in a natural and healthy con condition,
dition, condition, while the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed by constipation For sale by
all dealers. Adv.

A Great Relief.
Say, old man, you're looking a hun hun-ired
ired hun-ired per cent better than you did a
fear ago." "I was worring about
aiy debts then.' 'AI1 paid now, eh?"
"No; but they have grown so that I
inow there is no use trying- to pay
Jiem. I tell you it's a great lead oft
ny mind."
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OCALA, FLORIDA

Brick City Cider and WKite Vinegar, in quarts and
gallons.
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
make."
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans. Fresh Evaporated Apples.4
New Dried Prunes.
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
, and Ground daily, right in our own store.

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Packing and Storing y
Shipping of Freigtit, 1T

Furniture, Pianos r r-and
and r-and Safes. I )
Baggago Service
the Best.

COLLEEK BSO., Proprietors.

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IXVESIGATC.
Standing or Sitting
you willv find a suit of our making
retains its shape. That's because it
Is tailored, not merely fpresse, into
the garments .-Let 11s make you a
suit for a trial. You'll not alona bcl
better dressed than ever before, bat
you'll stay that way. For our'suits
retain their good looks till the last.
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I OC ALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS i
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
tbe negative in tho defbate, "Resolv
ed, that Ocala should have a. Union
ddpot' The judges decided in favorj
of the affirmative, represented by I
Mr. Bdiward Connor and Qliss Ruoy

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Thought for the Day
(Ye often load ourselves with un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary burdens. If we could only
Jeam to bear the ills of today -without
imagining those of tomorrow how
belter it would !be.

airs. O. Yancey and little daugh

ter left this mojfning for (their home
in South 'Am eri da, -after a year's visit
It to 31 rs. Yancey's parents, 31 r. an 1

""this city. 7m rs. Yancey was acxxTm
tpanied as far as Jacksonville by her
Dousin, 01 r. Alfred Beck.
Misses Rloise .ami Katherino TIenry
are spending the week end at their
(home on (Xorth. La"ke Weir.
The most 'brilliant rwdding' solem solemnized
nized solemnized in Tampa this season was that
or (Miss Frances Bond and iMr. J. C.
(McKicy, Thursday evening at the
home of ithe 'bride's iparents. 'It was
a home affair followed by a Very
large reception the, young -people be being
ing being among the "most (prominent 'of the
young society -contingent. Both
SIlss Bond and -Mr. McKay natt Visit Visited
ed Visited our city aipon several occasions
arid foiave rmany (friends (herei iwbo
ravish, them much tap-pi n ess and pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity. 5Ir. and Mrs. McKay have
gone north ifor an extensive bridal
trip.
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dliss Minnie StovaOl entertained -at
a three tabUe auction party Jast wren-"
lag at 8:30 o'cTock. It was the sec second
ond second series '.of ithe day and a Imost
(beautiful and informal affair. Miss
Sixyvall assisted (by Iner grandmother,
Mtsl Frances (Hawse, 'extended a nnost
cordial welcome to the- guests.; Flay Flaying
ing Flaying at the three tables- -were Misses
Mamut Taylor, Mary LBurirord,' Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Sistrunk aiarguerite Porter,
' nnd iJosephlne Williams, Messrs. Will
"(Fay Ior, Clarence Oleffert, O. B.
HowBe, Ed. -Green, Tom IHarris and
Bernard Koonce. The'" ladies prize,
a hand-emljroideTed center ipiece,
jwas awarded to Miss Virginia Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, and the gentlemen's' trophy,

: one', of tthe latest -books,

-as awarded to Mr.- Tom

mills enjoyable affair- ended in an

eOBgant snipper, toeing served tat 11
r tfrikxcX. Miss StocvaTTs party was one
6f -9re-(prettiest to tftfhe itfeelt, '
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Harris.

Dr. and Mrs. H. C iDozieT have

, IDr. and 3Lrs. H. C. Boozer .have

iro&irnied from a short visit "'W 'Pet

ersburg and iRicnmond. Va. At

Pet&rsfburg 'Dr. iDozier was in attend attend-xmoe
xmoe attend-xmoe nrpotn the annual convention of

DeLand again. Willie

boy to iwaste on St. Louis sind
are all glad to have him fback

Florida again. Sanford Herald.
Send Tliein in Sooner
The Star wishes to impress on its
friends, the ladies -particularly,, the
fact that all 3tem3 coming in after
noon have to bo abbreviated. We
received this afternoon a number of
items for this department ail of
which tcould ihave Ibeen sent la iby ten
o'clock. Consequently nve had to
leave some but and cut the others
down.
Biiptist 31issionar)- Meetini; at Mrs.
Hood's
The third in (the series of meetings
being iheld this week by the Woman's
Missionary Union of the Baptist
ohureh, iwas at the tome of Mrs. E.

Van Hood on Thursday.

, T'hls meeting iwras an especiailly im-

iportan't one. as officers if or fhe ensu-

in year were elected 'and delegates

to the assofciationail imeietlng iwere

chos'en. Oaher matters of (business

fwere also attended tto.

After the business meeting the

(reading of the (History of ith'e Union

In IFlbrida, (written iby Mrs. Hood,
wJas resumed and the last dha'pter
finished. Qlrs. 3L. T. Izl'aT was the

chanminlg Header.

'. There Is a growing sientlment
among the memfbers of (this socioty
that all efforts, social as wefl(l as

berk, isnoniM Head to 'ono end, that

off advanoing ithe cause of Christ,
and for. t hi s reason itihe ihostesses of
tlhis rwek ha"e ,made the meetings

nnusnaljy pleasant eocialliy.

Mrs. -Hood !had 'leantiPul Ibouquets

of rwild flowers tptlaceid aJbout the

irooms and as the members and Vis

itors arrived they rwere invited into
the dining room winere tea, wafers
and prystaflized giniger "w-ere served
(from a table (beautifully, done in
punple and yell'ow autumn flowers.'
IA Qarge ipiercentage of the mem mem-'bers
'bers mem-'bers respiondeld to the roll call and
a very en joyaola .h'our was spent in
this- Ch arming ih'ome. '.
At the close of .the meetinig a cor

dial Invitation ifrom Mrs. R. S. "Hall

waV given each one present 'jto meet
rwlthf !her on the following d!ay.

3Iiss Standley's Shoveri for 3liss

Jolinson

The series of alternoon meetings!
fheld this week !by 'the study classof
the Baptist church' came to"an end

yesterday wish the olbsing "'service j

held at the borne of Mrs. 'R. S. Hall.
The attendance and Interest dur-

the entire series has fteen phenome

nal.

This meeting was under the direc

tion of Mrs. W. T. Gary, who had

arranged a splendid program. The
standard of excellence as outlined -y

the W. DI. U. of the Southern conven

tion was read and discussed.

'...Mrs..- (Hall, assisted Iby (her sister,

Mrs. Horrell, served a delicious Ice

with wafers.

The week of -prayer counted by
days is oVer, but the sweet influence

and added store or knowledge ac

quired will bear fruit tfor time and

eternity. .

c New School Society
The eighty grade society organiz organized
ed organized yesterday afternoon at 'l:'4V,v.
(James Ch'ace swas elected presi

dent;' lieonard Wesson, nice-ipreI-

dent ; Marguerite Edwards, eecre-

itary. iRuth SimmJons, 'Lioureeni Spen Spencer
cer Spencer and Willie Meffert were appoint appointed
ed appointed on the program committee, Min

nie Ooidman was appointed critic,

iand Ch'arles tHardage, sergeant at

arms. ?yh.

Mrs. ID. !L. Sellers, of 1SL Peters Peters-Iburg,
Iburg, Peters-Iburg, arrived this morning to pay a

rvis"it to her daughter, Mrs- H- C.

Jones.

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Are now on display by us, which, goes to hov vhat a

wide range, of styles the fashionabla dresser has

chose from tliis Fall and Winter.

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Last winter we pleased many with our seautiiui styles.
and elegantly fitting garments, tliibseasoii we ex-.

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Mr. John Marshlaill of iDallas, Tex.

a JbroCher !oftMffl. Jones, attd at

one time a resident of Ocala, is in

teh city (paying a visit to Mr.

Mrs Jones.

Be sure to see our complete line of GccitG and Sweaters;

' One Of the pleasant events of the
week was the ikitchen shower this

1 Mrs. M. M. LIttle aett tbis porn porn-ing
ing porn-ing Ifor Jacksonville, where sh'o will
attend a large Dp worth Hjeagne
nneeting. She will pass thru 'Ocala
itom'orrow nignt, on 'her way to (Dade
City to a'ttend to league affairs idoiwn

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it! ng relati vea in Virginia all 'sum-

mer, returned ibjome this ,af tetnoon.

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Tho members (of (the "Royal Arc

fhjw tsreaitlv enioyed the visit : oj

Mr. (Robert iHoilley, of Oraiiamville

died last night at (Lakeland, where

(he was visiting ihis son, .utooeri

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fs remains Were' brought to Ocala

(morning, at which, Miss Tomuny hthelr srand 'high priest, Mr. John

ISCaridlev entefrtial-nx! at ifh ihame of I ir iPiiiii.wril!! ;Aftftr. iimmoain'sr texer-

)the Seaooard Air (Line surgeons, I iher sister; 319. C. (R, Kreger. Th6 vrfea last night the ctnemSbers; en- 'to ;;and 'iwere met at (the station

Dr. fiaid Mrs. H. A. (Reeves, oif Inrjaetr was given in (honor iaf Miss joyod an elegant (banqmH at Dewey 's (by ttnanyi relatives Anld mourning
Ferness, were also present at the con-1 Clara Jdhnson, a popular (bride-elefct. cafe. Mr. Caldwell lattenldei ; 'by I crienids. :x fflhe" 'funeral will take (pdace

vontion, returning yesterday. The guests were Invited or 9 ;i30 and Messrs. Connor, iSimnions, :;'.Bla3pck, I lufmrvvr 'i Ofclawaha church.

mpon their arrlvTal. were igracefully nd other exalted Masons, .went to

Quite, a number of the younger so-1 (received. iJeeaburg this afternoon, $o work

cieityi contingent enjoj-oa: a oancei iMlss StanldJey's party iwas thoro- with, the lodge of that place itonight.

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bi Ymge& hall iJast evening. The I ugtoly elijoyed Iby the nonoree and

Rev. B. ''

civenlng was especially pileasant roxi, happy gnests, wiho were Qiisses

3ancing and a most th'oroughly en-joiara 'Johnson, Mary 'Bur-ford, tRose-

Toyaole -time was .had. r bud and (Fanny iRdbinson, Adele Blt-

4 tinger," "tethel (Haycraft, Olulby CIs-
'XVilTie Stringfello w, vftto went I sendaaer, 'tKathieen Livin'gston Uols

rwnest 'Beveral months ago .to."shaw(Diet; Clark, (Minnie Stoviall,

th& people of Missouri show to sell Virginia Sistrunk, Qtrs. ILee 3Iiller,

good's, (has returned to San'ford, hav-hMrs. Lee and Mrs. Kreger.

ins sold all thes (goods this firm had.

Willie says it is a fine country andr: 3Irs. J. F. 'Jenkins returned tfrom

be would nave stayed if ihe hadjorth Carolina this afternoon. (

TTtracy 3'icSuller 'with Mm, ,but ;tt

rsras much too flonesome without nlm; k The secretary of the JAgatheridan

Eience Shis appearance Sn Sanford and I society erred yesterday In, stating

A.T THE CHURCHES TOMOIUlOl

3Iethodist
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m.- Sunday school,
11 a. im. Preaching. v
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. in. Senior League.

p. m. Preaching.

rullr-oQ!ci r;ti n,

illey will jbe igreatly mourn-

ed to mm CmnamrviiTle ectlion. ne

71 vara Juld 'jand Qeavcs' wife and

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ftlgftrt children.

NOTICE OP

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whofMs.' n ordinance has been

Ktr fh pHv nf Ora.la rail in sr for

an election to submit to the registered

whether or not bonds to t'he amount ot

THREE JHUiNJJKiJ Axj ir,i"'-

SAND DOLJiARS te -lss-ueai-vJi fUi?Z
DRED THOUSAND DOLUARS of said
Ko. fnr fhi fonii truer Ion

All are cordially invited to all thej of ewers within the corporate limits

of the city of waiauiNw
THOUSAND DOLUARS of said bonds

to he used tor tne purpose ot ;pv8
and improving the tstreets of said city;

bonds to he used for the. purpose or

constructing public unmiigs axi

parks for the saiu city .wirain wn v.u -!
iimitc t.HAr (RjLfd r lty:. ana

iRememfber, "Go to uniday School j fiftyPIVB Pyf iS!

tooktag for 1.000 present. ISre? ISd

11 a. to Breaching 'by the pastior. conetructing in connection, therewith

Subject: "I Aim tne Light of the w fAr th said cltv. of Ocala,

Baptist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school..

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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 sc oring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.

Light of the World."

7:30 p. m. Service of Song.

Sermon text : A&
Was." A talk on ihabit.
Welcome to a'll.

East Broadway Church
'Roy B. (Bowers, Pastor.
9: 45 a, m.- Sunday school.

hnno ,tn h .in the denomination OI

.thniieotui rtniiars each, and -bearing

Inloroat at .t h rate of Ave or cenW peT

,M?o -.iAiifvim annum, payable in not lessjthan ten nor
tils lUustom 1,r thirtv vears- from date of

vnk- therefore, bv virtue of author

ity vested In .the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election held on tne
2711i day of October, A. D. 1914
in the said city of Ocala to determine

whether or not the said ciiy ot vcam
shall Usup hnnda ito ithe atttOUllt Ot

THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOIT-

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UNoie onange m hour of meeting), thousand dollars of said bonds to

n a, m. Preaching and

munion. Sermon: Tha

Aspect of Truth or the Folly

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However, the contest is not a mere competition for a -prize. The
greatest' benefits are educational.
Children receive careful physical and mental examination by coin coin-potent
potent coin-potent physicians, and a record is made of it.
Parents learn more about their children, and are able to remove remove-many,
many, remove-many, defects. The child gets a better start -in life, and the information
.and nelp derived are the ."best features of the contest. AXD ALL THIS
IS ABSOLUTELY FREE. NO ENTRANCE PEE. XO CHARGE OF
ZZY KIND.
Banles from any locality, regardless of county, may enter.
For further Information, and application cards, address:
rriw -.v ; Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Ocala, Florida

be usftd for the construction of sewers

within the nrnnrate llnrita of the City

iBsOterJc of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND

DOLLARS of said bonds to be usea ior

the purpose of paving and improving
the streets of said eitv: FIFTY THOU-

ATsrn rriT.T.A -r Af nW hotids to-be

"The -Great J used for -the purpose of constructing

public buildings and parKs wiuun me
corporate limits of the said city; and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS of

said bonds to be used for the purpose
of equipping, extending and improving

the water works plant and system oi

said city and erecting and constructing

in connection therewith an ice plant
m a m m i t A .1 1 ..a

.h'rnir Ymdurtftd tv PothoT 1 Ior tne "lanuiacture oi aruncidi ice
mours, conauciea oj father Jerome fGr the citv of Ocala. Said bonds to be

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Fee'ding the Hogs on Pearls."

7:30 p. m. Sermon:

Temptation-." Trial numjber three,

Fanaticism.
St. Phillip's Catholic Church

(Regular services at the usual

of St. Leo College

Presbyterian

(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D.)

9:45 a. m.- Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior 'Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.

A cordial invitation

the public and all strangers in the

city.

in the denomination of One Thousand

Dollars each, bearina: interest at the

rate of five per cent, and payable in not

les3 than ten nor -more tnan tniriy
years from date of issue. m
And hereby appoint J. M; Thomas, T.
H. Johnson and F. B. Beckham as In Inspectors
spectors Inspectors and J. IL Taylor as clerk.
Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o clock
P- m-
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of -the city

extended to of Ocala. this the 25th day 01 eepiem-

(Seal) J. D ROBERTSON. Mayor.
Attest: II. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk.
9-26-dly sat

Tickets on sale Oct. 24tb, good to return Oct.

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STANDARD RAILROAD, OF THE SOUTH l j
M. R. WILLIAMS, Passenger and Ticket Agt., Ocala, Fl

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THE OCALA EVENING 8TAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2i; 1914

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IITXVAX STEPHEN'S, PaMor

"Tut on tin re fore, as Gcvl's elect, holy and beloved, a' Heart
of compassion, kindness, lowliness, meekness, lon&-uferiri3r.?ror-bearin
one anotaer, and forgiving each other." Collossians, 3:12 3:12-13.
13. 3:12-13. ;" ': ' .. ' I
OFFICERS OF Till: CJIUIICII
Deacons J. I Udwardss. Chairman; W. D. Carn, Treasurer;
. T. Gary, Clerk; Isaac Stevens, M. T. W. Christian,
W. S. Bullock, U F. liallard, J. W. Akin, S. II. Christian.
V. H. Marsh and Frank Gates.

MORNING 11 O'CLOCK
DOXOLOGY Old Hundred.
.INVOCATION Lord's Prayer,
HYuMN No. i I "Thine -Earthly Sabbaths
CRIPTUtftE. LESSON-John 9. -JIY'ltN
No. .'!06 OIy Redeemer Lives."
PRAYER
ANNOUNCEMENTS 's y f
OPFERlNCWonihlpful, Prayerful, Cheerful.
OPFERTORY
SERMON "f, Am the, Light of the World."
INVITATION No. 22 Gy Christ, Heavenly Lamb.
BENEDICTION -d

" : :C- KVEN1NG 7:30
- OPENING 0IY.3IN iNo. 2l3-HoJy, Holy, Holy."
IIYiMNNo- 231 "How Firm a Foundation."
prayer .-"r" '
HY51N tSo 221 "Let Him ln.' V
SCRIPTU-m LES30N AotsS 17:1-9. A;;
": HYAIN Xo.t ZBo-smgher Gro.nn'd."
AINNOUNCHMilSNfej ; f; -';
OPFERrXO:-VG'Hrous, Grateful, Fait'ilul. ; 'i ;
OFFERTORY V ;V .; .:;'
SDRlMON- As; His Custom Was." i ; I
INVITATIO N No. 260- :Only Trust Hlni." i 1
BENEDICTION . ... j' ; y-
CLOSING IIYIALV No. 206 "Now the. Day is Over."
: (RiAnaM.tfSlb Ociaia rqfi to Sunday Sdhaol Day ,' Novem November
ber November 8. We want at, least one. thousand -.In the various schools
on that day. You 1iktnesei with a friond. Talk it up. Push
Boost it up. Get up early and' le on time.
; ABAPTTJSTS 'riavi'tJbi thing to 'be proud of; you ought to
be ihumble. You didn't invent a thing. You got all your doo doo-trine
trine doo-trine from Che (New Testament." Dr. J. IB. Gambrell, Texas.
Stranger within our gates: WELCOME

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CHARLESTON
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FIHST CLASS. Meals and Berth included.

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Steamers
Annost 22di to Octote 17th, Inclusive.
' .-. Elctom-ILImit 10 Bays.
Ships scheduleditq sail froni Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday-aad Saturday at 2 pm.

For reserytior and '-further particulars apply to
. '-,-iilojida; Passenger Agent,

121! West Bay Strejt

Jacksonville, Florida.

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BOARD OF TRADE

since th ey fi rst. egu n 'and fliad now
a. verj acceptable WrticJe aud rthat
Hhey ini pressed the bear! of gov governors,
ernors, governors, as 'being, industrious and en enthusiastic,
thusiastic, enthusiastic, tIr. Qleffert explained the prepo preposition
sition preposition made to the .Ocala' men, and
the ib'aard -antived : tla't the anatter itte
referre'd-to tche board ; of governors
for acUosn.. v.. :
TThe (b'oard then adjoufhed Womeet
Wednesday evening, November 11.

WILL STOKE COTTON Y1XKK

til r Baxter Cam authorizes us
to saj- that he can- store, free cf
charge "for those -wislhin to helpthe
"buyra-fcale" movement, as much as
25 bales of cotton at his store and
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There is a little box cf pecan nuts
on display in the offlce tof "the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank that Is. .worth' seeing.
T.he nuts vhave been ieracked twith a
ipatent cracker that iremoves -half the
snell without breaking the tfruit, leav leav-ing
ing leav-ing the kernel ipractically dntaot. The
nuts are "then covered with pamflne
ipaper iwbich is air-tight but transpar transparent,.
ent,. transparent,. !Mr. Davenport, of Belleview,,
brought the nuts to the ibank., TSiey'
are of the -large ipaiper-shell variety
land as fine as one oould iwisb to see.
air. Daivenporst ihas 100 acres !n : pe pecan
can pecan trees, ntxw coming into bearing,
iand is prepared to market ; his crop
iw'ith some care and sj'stem-.

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

ReiKirt of Regular : Semi -3 lontlily
' 3Ieetingf Thursday Evening,
October 22
The Board of JTrade met at 8 p.
m. Thursday, October 22. President
George MacKay in the chair and a
large number of members -present:
The acting secretary presented the
application of the ;Marion Bottling
and Ice Oream Company. Di. Chace
moved that the regular order of pro procedure
cedure procedure be rwaived and the acting sec secretary
retary secretary .be instructed to oast unani unanimous
mous unanimous vote cf vBoard of Trade for ap ap-plication.
plication. ap-plication. Same carried. V
Communication from Central .Bar .Barrel
rel .Barrel Company, stating that if the 'peo 'people
ple 'people of OoaCA couM give th em encouraging-report
las. to securing business
here, they rsvopld be 'glad to establish'
factory here. The (president exptfaln exptfaln-edith,at
edith,at exptfaln-edith,at the communication was tread
if or information,, -and tthat the 'board
of .governors ih'a'd instfucteid the sec sec-a
a sec-a etary to ask thWm to send salmple
barrel. 't v ):, ',.
Comm-unicatron 'from JV Jkl. Mer Mer-ritt,
ritt, Mer-ritt, of Dothan Ala., in Jrega-rd ito es es-taiblishling
taiblishling es-taiblishling a mattress (factory (h'ere.
fThe (president -explained .to the 'board
that the iboard of; governors ihiad dis dis-oussed
oussed dis-oussed the matter amd oonsi dered
ithat there was a good opening (here
for a mattress faJctory owingto the
fact 'of the Abundance of raw miateTi miateTi-o!l
o!l miateTi-o!l ieo ibe idbtained. The ecreitary was
Instructed to 1 write iMr. IMerritt, ex ex-plairiing
plairiing ex-plairiing adrvantagea and tassuring
!him ,o!f xioaperaitSoin of our dealers if
(he 'got out a 'good article. :
Oommunicationi jrom C. 'E Bas Bas-sett,
sett, Bas-sett, in. regard to (being present with

the 'Fiorida 'Vegetaible Marketing Bu- : :
reau at JtiWo' iof their meetins-s read A iXRW SETTLE II IN

tfor information.': ; f y f
Communication rbfm v 'Jp p; B.
Young, reqnestin'g infortmatioai .lid re regard
gard regard to Natal Grass, read tlo secure
information for the acting secretary
to use' in answering same. JSTr. Mef Mef-fert
fert Mef-fert suggested that (letter foe answer answered
ed answered and also ref erefd to (Experiment
Station at Gainesville, for ifur'ther in-

(flormatiom" ; :-.
Col. Rogers, chairman. vof Uhe com committee
mittee committee appointed to meet the railroad

comsmSsMtoin 6n Ootobep. t(he 13th, hgrotvea in arid about the lake Bection

gave interesting': report of thte. work i o'f Citira and IMcIntosh, has at (least

of ith'e icomlmittee, stating th!at they "60,000 .boxes of oranges on. his (trees

did very lefficient work and that wnat ; this season and. has (begun to sMI;p In

Are troubled with the "blues" anxiety -sleeplessness arid warning of pain, r
and distress are sent by the nerves like flying messcnrs throughout body anJ (
'limbs. Such feeling, may or may not be accompanied by br.ci::;che cr V V-,
, V-, headache or bearing down. The local disorders and inflammation, if there )t
is any, : should be treated with i Dr. Pi6rce'i Lotion Tablets. Tfcca thi iJ
nervous system and the entire womanly make-up fsels the teals c--rt cf yt ;

Mrs. Eva Tyler of Sow Geneva St., Ithaca, 1J. says, "I have been In a run-dow -1 con- j

buttered trom nervousness zn?. a reat ceai ci fcia c: c-rtaia i ,-'

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your 'Favorite Prescri ctisri has civen the most relief cf zt-.v

your Favorite Prescription has given the most relief ctzr.v i 1 "TV 1
' thing I have ever tried. Atn very much better thsn I hsve ; i fPmJ H
f been in some time. I cbiiy recommend this remedy to -.

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BOB SANDER'S CIXXTIIIXG SAIE

lirr. Bob" Sand ers, Jot D unn ello n
held quite a saxtteessful saile, of tailor tailor-made
made tailor-made clothing, today in the north north-Vwest
Vwest north-Vwest corner of tho Ocalb House
block.

THE COUNTY

Mr. '. P. Scott of Chicago, is- a
neiw' settler in -' the county, naving
bought a valuable farm 4 at Irvine,
where lhe' will also 'plant an oirange
grove. I, :;;"v. J.:" v;;'vV .-

A HUGE CROP OF FRLTT

Ac Mr Jack Williams, of Citra, who
owns baif a dozen large orange

one could not think- df 4 the ? other
seJemingly did.'- fThey j told all the
goiod points in i,xitlth .r.'Uniori
Station. ' r

The railroad men laid special

quite an a!ctire manner.

TWO IMORE TO THEIR CREDIT

There was ano tber 'd"ou ble nead e r

stress on (tshe f act "that the closing xf al tiie 'ball park yesterday afternoon.

thie pbospnate mines and, .naval ( Tihe 'nrQt gam was (between the

. Y-, . Bcrunt) or .picked -nine vs. the

sumju tu tsinti 'mai icuwy ,HXiiu-. mu
want itb (have ttx pat in a lunio'a ta5-

tiou, at ithis 4iilme.!

,7tnand 8th grades, and resulted in

a .Mictbry f or the Qattef y a eoore of

SC. ( 1- The !featuire3 of tihe game
'those Idiwctry ttniterested In th'e At were Caidwelljs triple and .'Blalock's

ninz an,'d Jones' double. The tErgftith. 'grad

lamtic Coasit Jliine deoot imSanrtalnln

Its present Jooation-ithore iwaa inio: oprTS tb'eir batting eye tfrcim etart

pioslltion., and that. -he tfettt. iutte stais- to ftnish, .and. Caldsweill, ipibching, al-

fied that the railroad : scmimissSon
will act ifayorably wiben fehey idb, ibut
would not be In a Wurry c a. :; Df
Ohacse mbved' that the .Board1 f
Trade 'extend a vote of thanks to the
committee( k f or Its V efneient- work.

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First consideration and especial attention given to small -tracts.
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carriea. v : r,
(Mr. Oleffertr-'cbairman of the (dom (dom-mittee
mittee (dom-mittee 1 appointeki ito Innries'Mgatd the
peanut bu tter .factory at Bur:bank,
isaM that lilr. penoer (book the tsom tsom-taittee
taittee tsom-taittee trut in (the car, and tftiat ithey

had not given, the BUrbanlc ipeople

o'oti!ce tif their (coming ointil tihey

.were re'aidyi to tart ';tvV!h : they

reached (B;iirbank they foumd (that

the factloiry '"was' nsot running, : but

tney onerea mo m&ri aip xnax me com

mittee might see just h!ow the .wrk

was done. :' In twenty minutes tihey

were in running, order, L -yt i:':.z::

IFlrst-the peanuts were iroasted,

then went through the' sheTlin'g ma

chine, .then1 (han!d picked, arid then

put (throii'gb the m'achine 'for (the re

moval .of the igerm (iwn'idh (If left in

the peanut butter causes it to gour.)
At tehrs -silage Jthe ;;peanuts are ready
for the jgrinlder, and as tbley are
ground: are .also salted'; oy ; a auto automatic
matic automatic saHtef.;- -- ' .:
The merits and market for tb;s

product were discussed.- Mr. Carn

said it is good tout does not sell
as well as other (brands owing t4 'the
fact that the other (brands are adver advertised
tised advertised o (largely in. .magazines. M r.
3Ieffert gave' his experience in sell selling,
ing, selling, ihlams, ehoullders an!d (lard, .say

ing that mu'eb" depended on (the deal

er in igelttlng things (before -the public,-
and that lie-: 'beOdeved that in
time it wouId" be possiJble to get tbis

brand of peanut toutter before the!

(people- (Mr. (Ashley ithought (the peo peo-pel
pel peo-pel could be educated along ; this
line. '',. V-;
irr. QracrCay explained that the
peanut 'butter factory people ;b;d the
promise from tbe wbolesale 'liouses
in Jacksoinville -of their patronage If
they couM be sure of being able 1o
get enough to keep them supplied.

Dr. Chace said, that the men said

ilowe'd only ifour iiits.;

The line-ups were as ifodiows:

, Seventh and iEiglith (grade:
Jones, c; CaTdwell p.; Olarsh lb.;
cdaytkm,, b.r lieavengooid, 3b.;'
iBrooks, ss.; BTalock, It; Scott, cf.;
tJnunk, rfj
iPicked nine: ;;
. :; ttOeefe, c.; Dye, Keefe and Ladelli
p.; Conover,; l',b.; 1ye and ILadell,
.2!b.; Stanley, ss.; aicConn, If.; White
Stt.; iBogie,'!cf.,
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What Would Yoa Good Tcl!:s Do?
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V fThe eefconyi game mias between the
(Boys' Club and (the Eighth graders.
The Vf eatfures xt "the game 'were the
pitdhlng xf Hafdage, allowing only
on'e 'hi, wnile (Horn gave even ; the
fielding of sstrunk and. Clayton's
douible auJ JbWes' triple.. This is
She 'fifth game, (between these clubs,
ifour of them (being sihfutouts in fa favor,
vor, favor, of the school Eigbtih Grade sdub.
LAne-oips as follows:
. 'Eight Grade: Mana:ger Jones "c;
(Hardage, p.; Qrarsh', l'b.; Clayton,
2fo.-;i (Blalodk 3b.; Caldiweli s,;
liloorhead, df.; Brooks, cf.; IStrunk
tright fieSd.
!BojV Club: .ilall, c; Horn, p.;
Camoiver, iib- 'ILadell, 3-b.; P. Jones,

3b.; Kefe ss.; Blake, If.; White cf.;
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NOTICE
To Telephone Subscribers: "
Please list in your directories
phone No. 4ol. J. D, OrcCaskill.

ROSE BUSHES WANTED
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The nurses at' the Marion County
Hospital are planting a flower gar garden
den garden and would appreciate the' gift
of rose cuttings 4 or plants of any
kind. It you .have any flower plants
you (wish to. give please se:it them

to the hospital. The gift will be, ap

preciated. ' .'-
; Buy Larro Feed; builds cows up;

makes more milk; jriakes richer

milk,: Guaranteed to do it !by us,

they 'had been compelled to xperi-jOnce tried, always used.The John
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By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of Do Something! De Something?'
WAS buying a cigar last week when a man dropped into the
shop and after making a purchase told the proprietor that he had
started a clothes shop around the corner and quoted him prices,

with the assurance of best garments and terms.
After he left the cigar man turned to me and said:
"Enterprising fellow, that, he'll -get. along:"
"But he won't,"-I replied, "and, furthermore, IUl 'wager you
that he hasn't the sort of clothes shop that will enable liim to'
"What made you think that?" queried the man behind the'
counter.-' v;;
"His theories are wrong," I explained; "he's relying upon word
of mouth publicity to bjuild up his business and he can't interview
enough individuals to compete with a merchantwho has sense

enough to say the same things he told you, to a thousand men, while
he is telling it to one. Besides, his method of advertising is too ex-

OCALA FRATERIIAL ORDERS

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3IAOUOX-DUXX MASOXIC XODGiE

;Tulula. Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. P.,
meets in Yonge's JEIall every Tuesday

tJensive. Suooose he sees a hundred oersons everv dav. First of all. w evening at 3 o'clock. A warm wl-'

ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
V.: A. EliLIS, 3Ianager.
ALL THE LATEST 5UGAZIXES
: AND XPWSPAPERS
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A G0NFESS10H

Hopes Her Statement, Made tJuoEc,
, Help Other Woceh.

he is robbing his business of its necessary direction and besides, he

is spending too much to reach every man he solicits." y
"I don't quite follow you."x :
"Well, as the proprietor of a clothes shop his own time is so
valuable that I am very conservative in my. estimate when I put the
cost of his soliciting at five cents a head. ; 1
"Now, if he were really able and clever he would discover that
he can talk to thousands of people at a tenth of a cent per individual.
There is not a newspaper in town the advertising rate rf which is
St.00 per thousand circulation, for a space. big enough in which to
display what he said to you." ';v
"I never looked at it that way," said the cigar man.
It s only "the man who hasn't looked at it that way," who hesi hesitates
tates hesitates for an instant' over the advisability, and profitableness of news newspaper
paper newspaper publicity. ' t.'.. A;:v; v. ii'
Newspaper, advertising is the cheapest channel bf communica communication
tion communication ever established by .man. A thousand Jeters4with one-cent
Stamps, will easily cost fifteen 'dollars and not one envelope in ten
will be opened because the very postage is an invitation-to the waste waste-basket.
basket. waste-basket. . ", "; ". "''':.' "-;

If there were anything cheaper rest assured that the greatest

merchants in America would not spend individual sums ranging up

to half a million dollars a year ana over, upon tnis torm 01 attract attracting
ing attracting trade. ... ' ": ;: )-

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Marion-Dunn Lodge rro. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on th3 first and thi::d
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. (M.
Jake Brown, Secietary. Ad

OIlDEIl OF EASTEUX STAR

Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. 5.,
meets at Tonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Ccndon. Secy.
, Odd FELLOWS

come always extended to visiting

brethren. J..H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. Xr. Colbert, Seiiretary.

KXIGHTS' OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge Xo. 19, Conventions
held every tMonday' at 7:30 p. m.,.at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-,
iting brothers. Wni. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K, Sage,- K. of R.-S. Ad
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nE have just added to our business a large

v and complete line oUhe best known makes ;

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-,
est goods obtainable. We sell for- Cash only,
and' guarantee to save you money. -j

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Fines, cAIa."l must confess", says
Mrs. Eula Alae Reid, of thii place, "that
Cardui, the.woman's.tonic, Has done me
a great deal of good.
Before commenced using Cardui, I

would spit up everything I ate. 1 had a
tired, sleepy, feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around.

and would have, severe. headaches con

tinuously.

Since taking Cardui, I: have entirely

" The New Philippines.
While it was not until the year 1898

that the name "Philippines' became
a familiar one to Americans, it is a

fact that, not a hundred years be

fore, the name of the "New Philip

pines was. applied to a large area of
American soil.

The first Settlement in what now

constitutes ,theN state of Texas, was

quit spitting up what I eat. : Everything made in theyear 1685 by French lm lm-seems
seems lm-seems to digest all' right, and. 1 have migrants. During the 25 years follow follow-gained
gained follow-gained 10 pounds in weight." ing there was a constant strueele be-

J If you are a victim of any of the numer- tween the French- and the Spanish

uua uii &u wuuuuuu iv uui oca, n i Ior nossession an d

wrong to suffer.

For half a century, Cardu has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above.

whichjjour into our office, year by year.

Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically

on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health

and strength.

Cardui has helned others, and will help

vou. too. Get a bottle today. You

won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.

TTViV tn 1 ffcutta.iooff'a Medldne Co.. Ladles' Ad

vknrv rBt.. Chattanooza. Tenn- for Special Irv-

minis-firma on vour case ahd 64-Daire book. "Horn

Treatment for Women." sent in plain wrapper. KC120

supremacy," a

struggle that finally resulted in favor
of the latter: So, in 1814, the name
of the "New PhilinninpR" wn Hvpti

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to the country. This was its orficial

name in the Spanish records for maTny
years, and until the name, of Texas,
from a tribe" of Indians, gradually
came into use. .

Dr. W. K. ; Lane-lSpecialist, 'Eye,

Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law

Library Building, Ocala.- Adv.-"

CITY REGISTRATIOX

; BOOKS ARE OPEN

The city registration books are

open and those who' wish to vote In

the coming bond elections 'had 'best
go tc the city clerk's office at the
city hall and see that they are prop prop-erly
erly prop-erly registered. Poll taxes are jpaid

in the cpunty tax collector's otfice at
the court house, but 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. ;

..' Fort King Camp No. 14 .meets at
the K. ot. P. Hall, at- S p. 'm., every

second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome..

F. J. iBurden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

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I ; OYSTER

; LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No.. 699, L. O. M.

meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. .na.

Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and clubhouse on Mag

nolia street, near, postofficc.

v ; J. p. Rooney, Dictator.
CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A.. M.

ular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth .Friday jn every month at
7:30 p. im. C. E. Connor, H. P.
: Jake Brown, Secretary.

COXCORDLV LODGE F. V. OF A.

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

.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' I never took a
medicine that "did -me so much god,"

v writes Mrs. G. W. Andrews, Andrews,

Ind. For. sale by all dealers. Adv.

OCALA LODGE XOl 280, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodsre No. 286 Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in 'each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
, V David' S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. -Ad

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"OURS are GETTER"

We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.

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Commercial -Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post Box 518.. Local or

Distance .Phone, 2C3

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NOTICE

NOTICE OP

ELECTION
HO.NtJS

TO ISSUE

D. BROOKS

Has moved: his General Merchandise

tock from Main Street, next door

to the. City Mraket to ihe new

Georges Block,

where; he is now .located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, .where
le will Vq pleased to see lii friends

and customers.

i IRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES

AX D COUNTRY PRODUCE
, J A SPECIALTY.

Whereas, an- ordinance has been

passed by the city of Ocala calling for

an election to submit to the registered

voters of the city of 'Ocala, to decide
whether or not'bonds to the amount of

SEVENTV-FIVE THOUSAND D.OL-

L,AIIS be assued for the purpose of

erecting and equipping an ELECTRIC

LIGHT STATION in connection with

tne city WATER WUKK.S, and extend extending:
ing: extending: such lines and wires as there may

be necessary to furnish the citizens of l

Ocala with ligrht and power, said bonds

to be in the .denomination of One

Thousand Dollars each, and bearing in

terest t,t the rate of five per cent, .per

annum, payable in not less man ten

nor more than thirty years from date

of issuance. .1

Now. therefore. -by. virtue of author

ity vested in the undersigned as mayor

of the said city or ocaia, 1 nereDy pro-

claim and order an election held on the

2Sth day of October, A. D. 1914

-Absinthe.
The principal poison la absinths la
a vegetable, : substance known as
thyion. It is found in wormwood,
which is used in making absinthe.
France is the largest consumer of ab ab-Binthe,
Binthe, ab-Binthe, taking more than all the rest
of Europe. The consumption ha3 been
steadily increasing, so that in 1911
over 1.000,000 gallons of absinthe were
used in France.

HAD TAKEN HIS AYEIGHT IX
MEDICIXE

L TAILEXAMBEl

PRACTICAL,

Larpenter and Builder

Careful Estimates made cn all Con

tract Work., Gives. more and better
work for the money than any other"

contractor in the city.

At Least One.

ays a philosophizing lriend. "Even

the -fattest and iolliest of us has a

fikeieton ir his inidst.n

in the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala

shall issue bonds to the amount ofj

v r-.-. a x -jc i ti a iiuc. oA.iw OVU

LARS for the purpose of erecting anc
equipping an ELECTRIC LIGHT STA

TION in connection with the city

WATER UORKS, and extending such
lines and wires as there may be nec-

essarv to rurnisn tne cmzens oi ucaia

with light and .power. iaia Donns 10
be in the denomination of One Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars each, bearing interest at
the rate of five per cent., and payable
in not less than ten years nor. more
than thirty years from date of issue.
'And hereby- appoint B. A. Weathers.
L. F. Ballard and J.- II. Livingston as
Inspectors and Isaac Stevens as clerk.
. Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
p. m.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my "hand and seal of the city

of Ocala, this the 25th day of Septem

ber, A. D. 1914.
( Seal) j; D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: H. C. HISTRUNK, City Clerk.
S-26-dly sat -

CM. D. Faucett, or Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for. headache and constipa constipation',
tion', constipation', bi t never used anything that
did htm so much good as Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets.. For sale toy all

DOL-i dealers. adv

Pay. lour1915 Automobile. License
andGet a Brand Xew Tag for
Your Car "..
' The 1915 automobile licenses were,
due Oct. 1st, 1.914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are doing
so in "open violation of the laws of

Florida. All funds derived from au-

frttrinKn Hfpn;ps for nrivate use go

into the road fund.
-Respectfully,
3-3 Ot W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

.JoIitiny'OfPlacc

iAM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Clas re retail
tail retail bar and 3IaU Order House. I can give you the. best there
is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Sevcn Sevcn-'teen
'teen Sevcn-'teen years. In the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AXD PRICES

' AUT03IOBILES

Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights; For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 1 0-7-3 Otd

FOR. SALE
C. G. Conn Bb cornet, low and
high pitch with C attachment, prac practically
tically practically new; and will' sell at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. 10-19-tf

WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located In Ocala. Fla., Expert worn
guaranteed. References given.
Associated- with Herbert Lattner
distributor x
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.

People often accept statements wit
a sortfi
People often accept statements
with a sort of mental reservation as
much as to say, "I am not coijvlnn coijvlnn-ed,"
ed," coijvlnn-ed," which lead lis to remark that
there is nothing that will, so thor thorough!
ough! thorough! v 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 familv for the last ten years,
says of it, "I always give Chamber-

Iain's Cough Remely to my ennaren

when sick with coughs or colds.- 1
like it better than any other because
they take it willingly and it isjfree
from narcotics. : It has never failed
to give Immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers.- ' adv.

Good Old 65 Pxoof Rye,
Corn or Gin, In jugs.
atp5'Bflon:':$1.50

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
sallon.. $1.75

Good Old '80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon... O f

Remember that we win nn
any order you send us ahd
meet the; price of any other
legitimate house.

Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You will b3
welcome 'and -be treated right, at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place." ; ,
The FIXEST BEER you everdrank, and. ALL KINDS of it In bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. i

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CIvcs the DCrVT VALUE fcr Your Money

-ja Colisn to Ck, For Ken, zzl CLJJrca

Hosiery

A:- Color. and Cryb From 25c to C.OO per p:r
Loci: fcr x.e Tratlc ?.:ark! Sold by AM Good Dealer.

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HIS EWTERPRISiliG STORE Pays a Striking and Impressive Tribute to American Ingenuity and Resourcefulness! from IIOIIDIY, G C i CDEH
26 to SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 Extensive Special Displays of AMERICAN HADE. Merchandise Will be Featured in Every Department-

AHERICA LEADS THE WORLD! Never was this truth so forcefully dem dem-onstrated
onstrated dem-onstrated as it is right now when all Europe is plunged into a dis disastrous
astrous disastrous war, her mills and factories idle and her international
commerce at a standstill. Now the whole world is turning to
America for the necessities of life, and with pur vast crops of
wheat, corn and oats, our gigantic steel and iron mills and our im immense
mense immense manufactures of men's and women's clothing, etc., etc., we
are demonstrating not only our ability to supply every need of the
American people without help from any foreign country, but also
to feed and clothe the world in its hour of need.

With true enterprise this store has seized this phychological moment
to demonstrate to the people of our community the wonderful re resources
sources resources of the United States and the wide scope of its industries.
For this gala occasion we have dressed the store in holiday attire;
Extensive special displays of unsurpassed American-made goods
will fill every nook and corner. TKe national colors will be every everywhere
where everywhere in evidence inside; and outside the store. The inspiring
strains of the "Star Spangled Banner" will sound through the air.
It will be a gala time---a time for rejoicing; a time to get closer to
the greatness of your country- a time when-every American's
heart will expand with with pride.

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Welcome to "Made-Iim-Ainnieoca9 WeekH

Factories Busy A nd American Workers On LTtall

Time IBy JBuying Goods "Made En America.

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SONG "THE STAR SPANGLED

BANNER" OR "AilERICA' WILL
BE GIVEN FREE TO THE FIRST
500 CUSTOMERS ON THE OPEN OPENING
ING OPENING DAY OF THIS SALE.
LOOK AT OUR GREAT OFFER AT
TEN CENTS A YARD.

life9 Ires

We are showing all kinds of dresses
in the very newest creations, prices
range from

98c to $25

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For "Made In America Week? we
are offering a special on all wool
Serge Dress, a real $5.00 "value at
only

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SALE LASTS ONE WEEK ONLY,
STARTS MONDAY, OCT. 26, CLOSES
SATURDAY, OCT. 31.

BE SURE YOU ARE V AT THE
RIGHT STORE. "FRANKS IS THE

PLACE.

DRESS GOODS AT IOC PER YARD

RATINE, a real 25 cent value

EMBROIDERED EPONGE, a good 25 -cent value.
SCOTCH FLANNEL, sells at 19 cents :
EDEN CLOTH, a 19 cent value or shirts, etc.
100 SQ. PERCALE,- fast colored,' 19 cent values
KIDDIE CLOTH, a 19c. value for ,kids.
COLORED PLISSE, a real 25 cent v alue
GALATEA, a real 15c. value ,at all times.
RIPPLETTE, another 15c. value, very strong.
We have several other good items at 10 cents per yard.
Don't fail to be on hand for the
HADE IN ATIERIC4 WEEK

JDSTv LOOK OTAT $ 1 .00 WILL GBY

15 yards, Soft Finish Cambric, a ful yard wide, a real
10c yard value." r
25 yards, Unbleached Sea Island, light weight, 28 inches
wide, a good value.
14 yards, Bleached Sheeting, soft finish, yard-wide, d
real 10 cent value. V
18 yards, Unbleached Sheeting, a full yard-wide, a very
good value.
15 yards, Unbleached Sheeting, very heavy, fine count,
yard-wide, 10 cent yard value.
15 yards, 28 inch wide Outing Flannels, assorted colors,
a 10 cent yard value.
Come and compare values during

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HADE HI AUEMCft HEEII

SALES LASTS ONE WEEK ONLY,

STARTS MONDAY, OCT. 26th,
CLOSES SATURDAY, OCT. 31st.
BE SURE YOUR ARE AT THE
RIGHT STORE. "FRANK'S" IS THE
PLACE.

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no's suits

Our line was never
as complete as this
- season. We have the
very largest assort assortment
ment assortment shown in Ocala
They are all wool,
hand made and range
in price from
$10.00 to $18.00
For "Made In Ameri America
ca America Week" we have
grouped together a
hundred all wool
ults that sold up to
15 at a special price
of

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Prices in print doesn't give an idea of what values we
really have for j'ou. They are the greatest ever offered
at this time of the year.

50-inch Black and Wh.ite Shephard Checlcs, a real 50

, cent value, at per yard only. ... . ... .

36-inch All Wool Serge, alllcolors, a usual 65 cent value;,
at per yard only . . . ..;.,. . ... ........ ;
36-inch Half Wool Serge', all colors, a real 39 cent value,
at per yard only.'-.
42-Inch" Mohairs all-colors, plain .and fancy, a usual 60

cent yalue, at per yard only. . . .

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Since we are in business we have
never seen the equal in quantity or
assortment as we are showing in this
season in Boys Clothing.
WE HAVE SUITS FROM

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$1.28 -to

IfiJi.

IN PANTS WE SHOW FORM

to

Some Special Prices on a Few Suits
Your boy will cost you less if you fit'
him up here.

A SONG: ''THE STAR SPANGLED
BANNER" OR "AMERICA" WILL
BE GIVEN FREE TO THE FIRST

29c
43 c
27c
39 c
49 c
93 c
79 c

59c
12c
7c

30-Inch Extra Heavy Canton Flannel, a usual 15'cent val- A n
; ue, 'at '.per yard only... ..... ; ,1 U v.
Riverside Plaids, the best of its kind made, sells at 9c, O i g
at per yard only ..... . . .... . . .... -i .V 2 v.
A large assortment of Quilt Calicoes, values at 6c, at per M A
vard onlv 4L

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36-inch All Wool French Cream "Serge, a good 75 cent
; value at per yard only! ........ '.. . .V
56-inch All Wool Serge, Black and Navy only, goods you
pay $1.50 for, at per yard only...... W....

36-inch All Silk Messalines, all colors,' our usual $1.00
value, at per yard only 7
26-inch Messalines, All Silk, all colors, our 75 cent grade,
at per yard only.......... : ...... ; .z
Special' lot of .Worsted Dress Goods, all colors, values to
29 cents; at per yard only. . . .. . .... ... .'. . 1
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28-inch Outing Flannels, all colors, a fair 10 cent value,

at per yard only......... ...... ....

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We carry the most complete lino of
Ladies Suits in Ocala. Prices are
from - v
$6.50 to C25

For "Made In America Week we are
offering-an all wool serge suits, the
very latest styles, a real $15,0'.)
' Value'at5

SHOW THE RIGHT SPIRIT AND
HELP- KEEP THE AMERICAN FAC
TORIES GOING. BUY A DOLLAR'S
, WORTH OF COTTON GOODS. AT AT-TEND
TEND AT-TEND OUR STORE DURING "MADE
IN AMERICA WEEK."

LOOK AT OUR GREAT OFFER AT

TEN CENTS A. YARD. .... .....J

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Ladies7 SIdrts

Without 'a doubt we are show show-ing
ing show-ing the largest line of skirts.
Skirts that are made up to
suit almost any one and the
prices are from

98c to $10.00

For "Made In America .Week",
we are offering an assortment
of all wool skirts, made the
very latest, and .goods that sold,
up to $8.50 at only

CHILDBEDir DRESSES
AND, GOATS

We are showing quite a few
new things in garments for the
younger generation. We have have-dresses
dresses have-dresses from
25c to $5.98
COATS FROM$ 1.40 'to $10.50
They are all, good.
For "Made' In America Week
we are offering a special lot of
coats in ages from 2 to 6 years
that sold up to. $2.50. at only

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Read every word, as we, have. made1
great preparations for
"Made in America Week"
All wool and a few mixed Sweaters,
newest styles, values to $3.00 at
only ,

Beacon Blanket Bath Robes, newest
design, all sizes at only

Black Caracul Coats, 154 inches long,
others ask $6.98, at only

Outing Flannel, night robes, all kinds
and grades, .some as low as

LIEJ'S FHIIil!

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We are showing a
lot of new goods in
- our Men's 'store. Pay
us a visit, it will pay.
We carry everything
at the ri-ht price.
A few dollar .shirts
to close out at
1 75c
A. few 50, cent work
shirts coing-at
" A few Men's VParis"
" Garters, 25c grade at
15c
. A lot 'of Men's Hats
all grades to close at
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We carry a very good
line, Secjr Us:

SHOW THE RIGHT SPIRIT AND
HELP KEEP THE AMERICAN FAC FACTORIES
TORIES FACTORIES GOING. BUY A DOLLAR'S
WORTH OF COTTON GOODS. AT

TEND OUR STORE DURING "MADE

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IN AMERICA WEEK."
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THE .OC.UiA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1914
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
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The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of its busi business
ness business a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. -
We invite you to make this bank your bank -and enjoy -the protection
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FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal Jtiver, Fla. .9-9-tf
WAXTED B ri gh t, energetic, boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida' Grower on .Saturdays.
Write The Florida f Grower Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. a0-5-12t
The very latest novels aV KltEG KltEG-ER'S.
ER'S. KltEG-ER'S. 10-5
OPEX Da AND NIGHT
Merchar. t's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. .Mtals a la carte and lunches
at any Iiocr. Adv.
it gives to its depositors. v
The 'band conceTt last night was
largely attended. Both the weather
and the music ;were delightful,' and
all enjoyed fthe occasion.
01 r. Coggins of "Weirsdale, and Mr.
Frank Lyile of-Stanton, were busi business
ness business visitors in the city -today.' Both
gentlemen are heavily interested in
'The
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DEXXISOX'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
. s Resources Ctcr Hail ;:;A;:MilIicn. vM-v :
orange growing, FOR .REXT-Four large rooms.

EIGHT

:'" The Airdome reopened, last night
with a 'fir e display of first clas3 pic pictures..
tures.. pictures.. TheTe was a large attendance
jand all the people were pleased.

Fresh shipment JOHXSOX'S CAX CAX-DIES
DIES CAX-DIES at KREGER'S. 10-5

lA. large number of our people took
advantage of the. cheap Coast Line
rates to Jacksonville and are spend spending
ing spending today in that city.

Come in and see the work ..the. "Lit "Little
tle "Little Brownie will do. Gerig's,
10-19- if.

Ulr. Josepa Dodge left this anoru anoru-ing
ing anoru-ing tor a visit to his faniily in Jackv
Eonville.

'Purity in drugs Is everything, Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.

Mr. E. U r3app,; a rising young
legal light' of Ocala, .was here Sun Sun-Uay.
Uay. Sun-Uay. Oxford item in Sumter County
Times. ; !ft' '"

Keep a picture record or the child- jrood location. Close in. 25. Jef-

reil., A Little Brownie will do it. Person St. east. One house from

uengs. r iu-i-ti 'Main' street. 20-tf..

"Our .Mr. Wrenn
Company.

The Murray FOR REXT Six room hungalow all

modern, conveniences. Apply to

. C. V. .Roberts. 10-2 0-tf

19-3t

Mr. J. iH. Swaim, Jr., of .Murphy,

X. C., is in the city, -on his way to FORrREaXTHA ten room bouse, fur fur-Miami,
Miami, fur-Miami, ami the guest of his brother, nished; well located, close In all

Mr. J. G. Swaim. ; .. moaern conveniences.:; Appjy .at

Star office. -v 10-3-tf ;

ltll ex)dlt9ftlf6 e
a gi9C9ea(

.All kinds of hulbs now on sale at

Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf FOR SALE A ; five passenger auto

mobile in" good condition; cheap

"The Bst Man," at The Murray ?or cash.; Apply at; the. Star of-!

Comnanv. 19-t See. 10-10-12t

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Everything in the ;kodak line, at
Gerig's drugstore. .. 10-19-tf
. -..A
Judge Bullock returned' this aitcr aitcr-moon
moon aitcr-moon from TUvares, whre he presid presid-.
. presid-. ed over Lake- iSuperior couTt. FToyd
' Bahckhvell, -wOio ikiHed -'Ernest; Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton Sast summer, ra-as 'found -guilty -of
snurder in .the first degree.
' Phone 14- to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. -Phone, 14 is -fitting &
Knight's drugstore. : .'.

Mr. Albert E. Gerig, cashier of 'the
aiunroe & Chiitobless 'Xational -Bank,
Tvho has ;been ill for several weeks,
was down town .today -greeting
friends, looks well and- is gaining
strcrgth rapidly. ';r ; v :

.Mr. Louis Wilson,- teller at the FOR REXTAfter Oct. 20y the co't-
Munroe & Chambliss Xational Bank, tage belonging, to Dr. E. Van Hood
who has-been all 'for the aast three at corner, of Tuscawilla and South
sweeks, is not yet able to leave His 2nd streets,: will be for rent. Six
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room . I .xuoujsi waia ; tjieuLii iignis, gas

i k r

: in kitchen ; jhroad venihdas ; access

The Little ftBrownle is the latest to cistern of goft ; water;t ; Phone

Tilcturf -machine. At fJpriar'a (dntsr-r 164. 'ft .. . 10-13

store. $1.23. 10-19-tf '.

: POSITIOX WAXTED A young lady
, Fifteen pounds of -sugar if or $1, wishes a position as clerk in store
with cash purchases of other grocer- ; or Jii office -work. Win work for
ies to the amount of $1, Saturday ( small salary to begin. Apply at

and Monday only.
Company.

Smith Orocerv tnis.omce.

adv. 3t

' 10-14-tf

LOST Head iand foot to a baby crib,

' OThb nirrht trains m the ArtUantic PJnet: 'will,. please vretiirn to T. J.

Coast line wiC.l (begin running for the IBIalock: & Brother or. phone
nlnvWI, .'-r.riH-'K 1vA ifWr. rf V".y fl? Brt11W 4o0. .' ' ... 10-22 "tf

tinimorr-Aw nish-'L. rnh'A it wo itra'ins 'will

meet in Ocala at 2:25 a. on. Thdre TOR REXTTlLbrwer fiat ir .rout on

will (be no change in the time of the HJkiawana avenue. A ;. onodern
other. rtTains, hnt 9 and '10 swill stop convenience. Apply lMrs. T.
fr,, tkw ; OBIackrburn, -42S Oklawaha -ave-

ntie. .V- jo-23-izt f,-

When you nees?, stationery, go to
KREGER'S. . 9-24-tf

' The Woodmen had a good meeting
last" n'ight, iwith twenty sm embers
, presenC Messrs. Willie Clayton,

TOR; iRvESXiT Hlwo furnished Tooms I v -- - -r-

ifor light housekeeping; first J "The -Democratic' Rhine Maid,"" at

floor, electric: lights and gas. Ap- The Murray Company.

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COXSUJ1ER AXD PRODVKRS V

WAiXTED -Position by saber, Indus- v EEI) OX) COOPER TE

. (trioues anan. Must ihaxe vwork; Ad Address
dress Address H. Simnierlin, care Star.

(Here is an estraot from, tshte U;,S;
commiissioni o:f agriculture on ico-cp-

FROZEN' MINTS the new chewing eraiivd maTketing. ereral things

Bum at, mvi.uiift q. J-VT' ft. I, -r '"V. la.

Kniowueage. m simple jusstiuo ue

4 Ponular mriced novels. -f at : : The 'Pder nmst e -paM S(pecificaaiy f or

Tom CCayton aaid 'Casper Voung .were j jray1 Company. !9-3t ,5at he r pro'duces and ftfor n'otihihg

less, ana me consumer must- receive

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Have you paid your LISENCE T4Z ?

If not you are liable to .'arrest and line-
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You oni'liM to lhaive

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Pure sparkling soda water in clean, inrc?hases and

nnl1Rh.s rfassPs t. KRTflBrf VA-gil iDe wung xo ; pay a lair .pnee

(for a gsotcd paxdlict. It is iclear that

any automooiie owner,

must pay an occupational isence,

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For Good Wooil
BIG Load lor SI.
Your Order will have
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TIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf is ess.;

eentiraitea .action iwiii isaimce.. ajo-op-

IOE CREAPVT.' VII that, the name wfwu w .-awuu,

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Implies, .t KREGER'S S -10-8 ests injs.peueuw.ucmv

, : -; it, lAJll ;the ; succesiJiiu'i mtenipts in
: CMrV-Boib San'dersA 'in Ms new imarkUng ;oft an iut.:
clothing store,- corner OHlawaha ;'. fni thewx) ift h come
and North JMain, says he 'will raise or ganize-d efforts. The indi-

sand and .Xowor; ikrices iH -has cer7 .lanmOT... :oas wer, u

tatniy me-en selling them some. wiwww.e u.o. ;v
J ; .; . Hefe is the (Waste:- :: -.- . :

I The best ice cream in town at the ri'ms istairen 'irom une ijiz rear

'.Court Pharmacy.' Sunday orders' a Iblooik, Sssfued by.theUS. 'commission

t ; : : : - A careful analis 'of traus condi-

I Fishing tackle' that will 'brine- the tions Indicate that from 33 to 36

Qsh trom the lwater at KREGER'S. tf Weir iof -the price the x)nsnmer

pays if or perishable .prcdlicts reaches

,vFull Swing" at The Murray Com- grower. V jf

I T T Q7jTaZET X pany. 19-3t:- 23 ito 36 -per cent, ito ithe igrawer,

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At "Smoak's Wagon Shop.

ft Dollar Saved
Is A Dollar Mada
So buy your groceries from' the
OCA LA GROCERY C03IPAiXY,
and saive money. -4 1
Even 'little bit Whelps. -Pull weight
and masiire guaranteed.

'1 pound Rliss Coffee. . .30c
.3 poujids bet Rice. . ... .25c
lqt good Florida Syrup. . ,20c
1 lxttle got)d Fla' Syrup. ... Uc
Irish iotatoes per pk ...... 2Gc
BACON usr Hwund ... .... .10c
5 fiiillons oil. .(iOc
EverythinfT cheap'for cash.

Ocala

Case Grocery

Company

ICext to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue

66 iper cent, to (the other fellow.

' South Carolina Rust-Proof, ahd Were is "the concrete illusitration.

Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Storv 10-1-tf Cabbage highest quotafti'on in N.

city $12.00 per ton. selling; re-

Captivating l3rary Carstairs," at f11 Ocaila alt .04 a lb., $80 per ton,

The jMurray. Company. v 19-3t an;d ,tiie cost -to' get a item of caWbage

. J from N. Y. city to Jacksomville is

See our line; of stationery before I J0 ?4 arom Jacksonyille to Ocala

buying your supply; The Court Phar- or -a ton of cabbage Mean Ibe delivered
macy. ': 10-2-6t ,1 ln Ocala at $il9.20, so you se there

is $ 6 0 proftt or 'waste between the

Fifteen pounds of sugar -lor $1, Pc.e in Y- and the consumer in

with cash purchases of other grocer- j vcaia, or in, other worlds the con

ies to the amount of $1, Saturday sumer In Ocala ,pays 8 .times as much
and-' Monday only. ; Smith Grocery 'as' .the Jgrower gets in iXew York and

Company. adv. 3t aiier oeau-oting sedimg cost to X. T.

and freight charges, there is about
300 per cent, profit or. waste.
On Irish, potatoes the profit or
waste is' about '100 per cent.
I have read that a crate of toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes giving the grower In .Floriaa

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i Funeral Directors

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Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.

11 V.' Oklawaha Avenue.

OCAIiA, FLORIDA.

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Iclver & fliaciaf
Funeral Directors :
UNDERTAKERS and IMBAlMERi
Fine Caslcels and Curlal Robes

D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors r
ill Work Done by Licensed, "Em "Em-.
. "Em-. balmers and Fully Guaranteed
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0. E. 3IcIVER 1 .104

C. V. ROBERTS . .305

Undertaking Office. . .. . . 47

$ 2. '50-, the consumer tpad $14100 for.
the same orate in' the north. -: ;
Reader, why are, the above condi condi-tiom?
tiom? condi-tiom? so? ,t
fTlie grower and the consumer are
not organized, .' iTho others ,rwho
ihandlo ithese.good.5 are generally or-
tganSzed. '
v. What is the. remedy? '
'Co-operative growing, co-operative
(packing, grading "and shipping and
co-operative selling;
Can 'you prrove it? v
) Organized labrfr ,U 'paid double the
amount that was -paid before they
were organized. :
Deawnark, one fifth as large as the
state of Florida sup ports ,.2,500,000

ipeople exports $90,000,00 0 (worth of

lidairj" products, .poultry and pork

products yearly, 90 ;pir cent, of which

is done -through co-operative -agen-J ;

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(Vegetable and friiiti growers,
iwhich as best for you, to join the
Florida Vegetable ftMarketing Bureau

and to sh,ip In a luniform crate, a
uniform grade of good's, and a guar-

antee!:! grade at ithe (lowest trans transportation
portation transportation rates, to be sofd iby yoar
own bcm d ed salesman at a much less
cost to you- To naive you r goods
sold .in the fbest ;msrkets, : thereby
avoiding the glutted ( -marrkets, to
know when to quit Shipping, or to go
alone as you are doing?
, Co-operative growing, .co-operative
packing, co-soperative shipping and

co-operative selling is urged by the

best minds in the nvhole .world, as
the heat solution of the waste prob problem.
lem. problem. Let us work for each other's good.

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A .huge tvo-horse load (nearly a cord) for 2'2

, 18 incjhs'in length, different gIzcg, as it

comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
i Fine, for both stove and fireplace.

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New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf

If 'You -Will 'Talte 'EnonoIi'OvSir Ec3?

Saturdays to Last

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We will thank yon. Our drivers will' ihank you. 5
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, toofor lit l?ter.
to lighten the load on the heaviest day .'of ,. die week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.

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