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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1914
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WAR MAY BE DECIDED

UNLESS GERMANY CAN CRUSH ALLIES III BELGIUM III A FEW
. DAYS. HER HOPE IS AT AN

Paris Oct. 31. Unless the Ger Ger-aii
aii Ger-aii an army in the north receives
heavy reinforcemecnts immediately,
next week will see -the tide of 'victory
turn decisively in favor of the allies
along the line from Albert in France
to (Xieuport on the 'North Sea..
Official reports say the -Germans
have evacuated Lille and Turkoiug,
fboth of which have ibeen occupied by
the allies. Careful analysis of all
reports in-the northern zone of hos hostilities,
tilities, hostilities, iboth official and. oin official,
show that the 'kaiser's iEnglish chan channel
nel channel campaign is hanging" in the bal balance.
ance. balance. The next five days should de decisively
cisively decisively decide it.
WRONG SHIP
TO WRECK
roiiilla, hospital steamer,
ran on the rocks
London, Oct. 31.- Reports from
Whitby say ninety persons lost their
lives in the wreck of the hospital
ship, Rohilla.
AID FOR
FRANCE WILL ASSIST- RUSSIA
AGAINST TURKEY WITH
HER FLEET
Bordeaux, Oct. 31. France ''.win
give ifu-Vl support to .Russit.in case
that country goes to .war with. Tur Turkey.
key. Turkey. 'Assurances ito this, effect 'have
heen given Ajmbassaror Iswolsky of
iRusisan Foreign (Minister Del Del-casse
casse Del-casse of France. If (Russia declares
war France will take similar steps.
Great 'Britain .may withold action un until
til until she determines i whether Turkey
intends to carry the war into Egypt.
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
For rent, two 8-room, 2-story
houses on North Magnolia street,
near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
ligh ts, water and other .modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply at this office. 13-i.f
AUTOMOBILES
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td
When yov Dee7 stationery, go to
KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
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Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or Overcoats made rby us
to your individual measure cost you only S15, 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
asrood clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.

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IN THE NEXT WEEK

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BULGARIA AND TURKEY MUST
DECIDE ON PEACE OR WAIl
WITH GREAT RUSSIAN
BEAR
Petrograd, Oct. 31 .An official
(Russian news agency issued the fol following
lowing following today: :
"The Russian, .press is unanimous
da' accepting Turkey's challenge.
Russia's patience is exhausted. The
general sentiment is that it Turkey
draws the sword she tfnustjpenish by
the sword. For Bulgaria, no equivo equivocal
cal equivocal policy 5s admissable.. She must
d col are "herself friend or -foe,"
DM THE OFFENSIVE
IN SPITK OF THEIR TREMEND TREMENDOUS
OUS TREMENDOUS LOSSES, THE GERMANS
; STILL C03IE ON
Paris, Oct. 31. Despite of their
heavy flosses, the Germans are taking
a shar-p offensive along the battle
'front from the coast to Arras, ac according
cording according to the official statement; is is-ned
ned is-ned this afternoon. The' allies nave
lost some ground south of Ypres, but
have advanced to the east.
TELEGRAPH OPERATORS WILL
HAVE MORE LELSURE TIME
On account of depression of bus business
iness business the Western Union and Posfal
Telegraph Companies' office' hours,
on Sunday, will be from 8 to 10 a.
m., and 4 to C p. m.
C. K. Sage, 'Mgr. W. U. Tel Co.
,A. T. Joiner, Mgr. Postal Tel. Co.
Now is the time to plant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store., 10-1-tf
Phone one four for drfags or any anything
thing anything in the druggist dine. We twill
give your orders 'careful attention
and prompt delivery. Bitting &
Knight, druggists.
IRexall Cherry Bark cough syrup
is guaranteed ito relieve cougn!s' or
money (back. Gerig's. ad'tf

Mcs Hie Wrl(ffl wr M Year f AroiKfl

H WOOLEN MIS.

VOTE IH TUESDAY'S ELEGTIO

' Ocala, Fla., Oct. 30, 1914.
To the Democratic Voters of Clarion County:
- -At the suggestion of the Democratic nominee for Congress from this
district, I wish to urge the members of the Democratic party in Marion
County to be irescnt at the polls next Tuesday and cast their ballots for
all the nominees of the -party 'selected in the recent primary. While the
success of the liemocratic ticket is. assured, it is very desirable that the
full strength of the party's vote be registered at the polls." The larger the
Democratic vote cast, the more pronounced will be our approval of the
magnificent record made by our great t Democratic President, Woodrow1
Wilson, and the Democratic majority in both -Houses of Congress. You
owe it to the party to vote next Tuesday. Iet every Democrat fulfill
that obligation. t ' '
. W. T. GARY, Chairman,
3Iarion County Democratic Executive Committee.

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S LEGIONS III
III THE
London, Oct. 31. A dispatch
from Berlin to the. iDaily "Mail says
(the iGerman general staff ihas decid decided
ed decided that the German army in Poland
imust fall iback tp the Silesian front frontier
ier frontier and remain there 'until Calias has
ibeen taken, when -several army conps
rwill be transferred from 'France to
the eastern frontier.
AMMUNITION FOR RUSSIANS
Cart load of ammunition for the Rus Russian
sian Russian troops, guarded by a squad of sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. miLm
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HIE EAST W SUCCESS
WEST
DM L. & W. TILIN JUMPED THE
TRACK THIS MORNING
Binghampton, N. Y., Oct.
o X.
'Seventeen persons were injured and
scores escaped death hy a narrow
margin, when a '.Delaware, (Lackawana
and 'Western passenger train struck
a .oroken rail and was (wrecked near
lAlford, early this .morning. The
entire train, except the engine left
the rails.
EASY TO INFER
INCENTIVE FOR ACTIVITY THAT
PREVAILS iVT THE MEXICA N
ARSENAL
Mexico City, Oct. 31. An all night
conference Jbetweeri General Carran Carran-za
za Carran-za and generals of the capital garri garrison
son garrison ended early today, and was fol followed
lowed followed by great activity at (the arsen arsenal.
al. arsenal. Officers who, participated in the
conference refused to discuss it.

"BED Dlf A
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CAM BUILDING, OCALA

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TEfJPT TO PROV

PERHAPS THE TURKS WERE HOI 10 OLAtiE FOR THE AT ATTACK
TACK ATTACK OH RUSS1AII BLACK SEA POSTS

Petrograd, Oct. 31. CKeith'er Rn?
sia or Turkey hare yet declared
war, and intimations, came from
high official circles today that a con conflict
flict conflict between the two nations tmight
ibe .avoided It is officialy v stated
that the t ftlussian' -, ambassador1 is
still in Constantinople and the Turk
lsh charge d' affairs declared today
that the emibassyMn Petrograd '. twill
remain open, until the attaches "have
been rccalle'd or handed tlieir ipass ipass-ports.
ports. ipass-ports.
'.Russdan officials hint that thej
bombardment of-the Black. Sea -ports
was undentaken' (by .. German, com commanders
manders commanders of the Goefoen and Breslau
In order to 'force Turkey into war.
Popular demonstration -in favor
I
of war with Turkey continues (here
,
rouaced over the Turk-
x .
maintained night and
and the guard
ish. embassy is
day.
PARIIAIOT UII.L
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FRENCH GOVERNMENT' WILL
SOON RETURN TO CAPITAL
OF FRANCE
patches from (Bordeaux (received by 1
General Gailien, today, operations of
the next three weeks will show that
the Cenmans are oinia-ble to take Paris
and he government rwill (be (returned
here INtov. 20. Parliament 'will con convene
vene convene Nov. 1'5, to draft laws made
necessary by the war. ..;.
A NEW JANCING SCHOOL
GIirs.x Kennedy, of Brown-Scott
(Academy, of Jacksonville, spent to today
day today in the city making arrangements
to open an "Up-to-date dancing school;
and succeeded in securing the 'beau 'beautiful
tiful 'beautiful new Woman's Cl-ufb (building in
which to conduct her sohooL iMrs.
.Kennedy and her assistants are most
highly recommended 'for their ability
in teaching all the latest dances, and
Ocala society .will wel coon e this nev
(feature, as it jwill prove to be the
imeans of many pleasant evenings.
Notice fwill ibe given later of the
opening date.
The purest and 'freshest of drugs
only are used in.our 'prescription de de-(partment,
(partment, de-(partment, and you -get the Tesult
yonr iphysioian expects, if 'prescrip 'prescrip-tiions
tiions 'prescrip-tiions are filled. by ns. Bitting-; &
(Knight, druggists.

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LiiylllilLiiUjyL.-.
SOON AS GEILMANY CAN ESTAB ESTABLISH
LISH ESTABLISH NEW NAVAL. ISASE ON
NOIITII SEA
London. Oct. 31. Tho Germans
reestablishing a naval ibaeo at Ze?-
jiDTU'sge, the 'port of Bruge3 cn. tl:
. ,
.North. Sea, for the proposed attu.c;
. ;
current 'for several days, were co:; co:;-firmed
firmed co:;-firmed today in a 'Reuter ji.-t:Ltt !:
if rom Amsterdam.
Two Dutch newspaper" say. "tl:e
Germans, have evacuated Ostexrd and
are (moving heavy (bodies of mcn.
northward along tho coast'.'' K-
' A dispatch' to tlio Times 'from f.n f.n-unnamed
unnamed f.n-unnamed (point In ".northern lEYacco
cays tho Germans' 2;avo" evacu'atel
Lille, 'which has Ibecn occupied tx
allies.
BLESSIfJG THE REFUGEES
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AThen the v inhabitants cf Malines
axid its suburbs were fleeing in ter terror
ror terror from the advancing Germans thi.i
priest stood in a cart and gave tbc:n
his blessing, besides helping them to
remove their belongings.

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TWO

THE OCALA EVENING SI Alt. SATURDAY, OCTORER 31, 1014

OC AL A EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

It. R.

I1ITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavensood. Ilusiness Manager

J. II. Benjamin, Editor t
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice a3 second class matter.

FR 1 1 A Y AT I KLLO WSI IIP

In the capacity of acting corres correspondent
pondent correspondent for the Ccala Star, it was a
pleasure and a privilege to ,ba pres present
ent present at the dedication of the 'beautiful

OF GREAT INTEREST

For All Ladies who will Participate
'". in the' Marion-Sumter Fair
J wish to announce to the ladie3
of Marion and Sumter counties that

new school building, which reflected j in order to accommodate both couu-

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(Domestic)
"O; e year, in advance -Six
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Three "months, in advance.
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(Foreign)
One year- in advance. ..... $8.00
Six month3, in advance 4.25
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DEMOCRATIC TICKET

General Election November 3, 1914
For" United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETQHERr
For Congressman, 2nd District:
FRANK CLARK.
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLEFORD..
W. M. ELLIS.
For Railroad Cammissioner:
R. HUDSON BURR.
N. 'A. BLITOH.
?or State Senator, 20th District:
GLENN TERRELL.
For Representatives:
W. J. CROSBY.
YV. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
ALFRED AYER.
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
JFor County Treasurer:
JOHN 31. GRAHAiM.
V
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
WALTER LUFFMAN.
N. A. FORT.
9. R PYLES. ,'
For (Members of School oard:
G. S. SCOTT.
23. R. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.

town is live. He says he also hears
everywhere of the good work of Sec Secretary
retary Secretary 'Rooney, who in the matter of
securing publicity for his section has
no equal in the state Everybody in
Qcala is always glad to see Pat (Murphy.

DUTY OF DEMOCRATS

It pays to advertise. The street
sprinkler is on the job today.

'The next reunion of the Con fed er er-ale
ale er-ale .veterans of Florida iw 111 be held
: In Palatka.

Turkey has imitated Japan In

opening war on Russia without giv giving
ing giving notice, but the imitation is not
likely to progress tmueh further.

'A just man is seldom generous.
v' The reason probably is that by -the
time a man has been just, he has
jk nothing deft- to (be generous :with.

The Star is afraid that it, with
imany other .Florida newspapers has
heen somewhat (remiss in 'not more
forcibly Impressing on democratic

voters among Sits readers the neces

sity of going to the polls next Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The editor has thought of this
several times In .the past two weeks,
but he has ibeen even mare .busy than
usual, and somehow could not think

of the (matter during the few hours
he was able to devote, to writing,
die was reminded of it Friday by

'Postmaster Rogers, who ihad just re received
ceived received a letter from Congressman
Clark, asking him to stir -up demo democrats
crats democrats hereabouts to the (necessity of
their voting, saying that the .people
In general had no idea h'ow closely
Congress watches the record of the
vote in every district.

Congress has ah eye on the vote
for material as well as patriotic Tea Tea-sons,
sons, Tea-sons, and our failure to stack up a

irespeotaible number of ballots next
Tuesday may have an effect we won't
like on our fortunes on the Okla Okla-rwalia
rwalia Okla-rwalia appropriation for instance.
We are too much 'given to con considering
sidering considering the primary as the real elec election.
tion. election. 'It's true the result Is virtually
decided at that time, (but it is proper
and necessary to ratify it in the reg regular
ular regular election.
A Southern democrat always has
a particular reason for voting, and
though a democratic administration
is now in power, the reason is as
strong as ever.
The Star 'hopes that no democratic
voter among its ireaders wi1! fail to
cast his ballot and it urges every
precinct committeeman in the coun county
ty county to do all in his power to see (that
the voters get to the polls.

" '"An AimeTcan ship (loaded with
supplies for the starving Belgians,
leaves New York tomorrow. She is
the second ship to go on this errand.

If married couples (tried half

liard to excuse each-other's Callings
bs they do to justify their own,
there wouldn't foe half as much work
for the divorce courts.

(Prince Louis of (Rattenburg has
resigned his position as. first sea
2ord of the (British admiralty. He
was under suspicion (because he was
Ixrrn in Austria and was a :brother-fn-law
of Prince (Henry of Prussia.

The Ocala (National 'Bank certain certainly
ly certainly wants everybody who passes its
portals to .feel at home. It has
momntd a sign which reads: "If you

A majority of electors of Ocala
voted Ibonds for sewerage in the
election (there Tuesday, (but turned

down the" proposition for paving,
waterworks and municipal ice plant.

as it was a peculiar division tot judg

ment, (for it would seem at this dis distance
tance distance that 'paving and waterworks
would naturally go win sewerage.-
Lakeland Telegram.
, iWe already have .bonded to im improve
prove improve our waterworks and will prob probably
ably probably finish paving our streets (seve (several
ral (several of them afe already paved) as
soon as the sewerage system is put
in. 'As for a municipal ice plant, the
people didn't need it and don't want
U. (And Ocala isn't taking any steps
irackward. See?

Winter 'Haven a am all city in
Polkfl county, at least it cannot have

pit on the floor at home, spit on the over 10,000 for a few years ago it

Hoot here,
borne."

We want you to (feel at

The Star notes with (pleasure that
its old friend, (Harry M. Wood, now
a resident of St. Petersburg, is a
candidate for public office. Mr. and
(Mrs. Wood were residents of Ocala
eome six years ago and made many
friends, who will always remember
them and wish them jwell.

had only wo or -three (hundred in inhabitants,
habitants, inhabitants, has a newspaper, the
(Florida Ohief which is a live one.
It is not only a splendid local paper,

(but it carries 625 inches of advertis

ing matter, ail local and f rom the

town people. It looks like the peo people
ple people of that little city believe in ad

vertising their business and that It

pays them.

(Mr. W. 5H. Brophy of Crystal Riv River,
er, River, Sn a (letter to Dr. Weaver, receiv received
ed received yesterday, said he would be at
the nig Vegetable (Marketing Bureau
meeting at Dade City today, with 50
to 100 members of the shippers of
(bis section. He writes the doctor to
look out for the red (badges.

irw cmappeu, craoKea SKin, use
delightfully soothing Rexall cream

of almonds.- Gerlg's. ad tf

Sixteen pounds of sugar Tor $1

witn casa (purchase of ?1 worth of

other groceries Saturday and iMon.

uay only, smith Grocery Co. 3t

so much credit on the people of Fel-I
lowship.
The location was wisely chosen.;
Nature 'has 'been generous and form formed
ed formed a background cf wondrous beauty
for this cemmodbus and well-planned
building, which v iil in years to
come i nip ire many to l better pre preparation
paration preparation fcr life's work.
Thru the conntesy of IMr. Ervin,
Secretary Rcone3', of the board of
trade at Ocala, had been asked to
arrange the program, and chosen
master of ceremonies, (Mr. 'Rooney
took the (platform in his usual "right
at home", way, saying that it was an
ideal spot, ideal day, and an ideal

occasion, and with a few other well well-chosen
chosen well-chosen remarks announced that the
program would be opened 'by scrip scripture
ture scripture reading and prayer by (Rev,
Frisoc
tAftor the (reading from Proverbs
XII. followed by prayer, the school
sang very nicely, '"Happy Welcome,'

which was most appropriate.
Mr. :Rooney then introduced Mr.
W. D. am, and Mr. Cam said in
part that he was proud of out gov governor
ernor governor and state superintendent and
wished to congratulate them and the
people, and more especially the pa patrons
trons patrons and citizens (for making such a
(building. That in the cities they
were proud of their magnificent
(buildings at great cost, (but that he
felt that the people of (Fellowship
had cause to (be proud of their school
(building, (because they had a $3500
building for $2000. air. Cam said
they had expected to have the build building
ing building seai ted -for this occasion, but ow owing
ing owing to a delay in the shipment of the
seats they tw ere disappointed. Also
that they were aiming high, and
hoped sometime to (have a high
school in "this foest country neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. IMr. Cam paid a high compliment
to Superintendent iSheats, By saying
that he had' done more than any five
men for education.. V
The -quartet then sang, "Worthy is
the 'Lamb,'' and the applause indicate
ed. the appreciation of the crowd.
IXt this juncture Mr. Rooney intro introduced
duced introduced Governor Park Trammell, say saying,
ing, saying, "he is a Florida product, a son
of this great state, and I hope to see
him ascend higher and higher, until
he reaches the White House." v
The governor pre faced his re remarks
marks remarks by saying that he felt that Mr.
(Rooney was a little extravagant in
his hopes for him, and he feared he
was like the man who was bragging
that he could twhip anyone in the
town, county or state, and while in
the act of (bragging, was (hit a bin
and went down, and on picking him himself
self himself up, remarked that he believed he
had covered too much territory. The
governor said he appreciated Air.
Rooney 's good wishes, (but feared he

had covered too much territory.

Governor Trammell said it was

the iflrst time that ihe had (had the op

portunity to gratefully acknowledge

the token of esteem extended to him

by the people of 'Fellowship in aiding

him in gratifying (his ambition to be

governor of 'Florida- He said that he

hoped conditions were what the

name 'Fellowship implied, as it was

something to be most .highly (esteem

ed. He was pleased with the enlarge

ment and expansion of educational

advantages and felt that the people
were to foe congratulated on the

commendable sentiment that prompt

ed them to build their nandsome
school house.;

Superintendent heats gave a most

excellent address, in which he set

forth the wonderful growth FSLor-

Sd!a (has made in the last twenty

years in education.

At the close of Mr. Sheafs ad

dress, a (bountiful dinner was spread

by the good ladies of the neighbor-

.h'ood,' and everyone present did am

ple just ice to it.

The afternoon (was devoted to the

interests of the Florida Vegetable

Marketing (Bureau. Mr. (Rooney

stated the object of the bureau was

to secure the proper distribution and
marketing of the products of .Florida

farms.

This report will be concluded

(Monday.

Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one

;rice. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

Keep your papers and valuables

Pat" Murphy, the globe trotter in a Globe Safe, at ThetMurrav Corn-

Cat least he trots this part of the panj.

globe) and everybody's friend, is In

town, sojourning at his favorite We are selling Stock md Poultry

tent, the Ocala House, which he says Powders and Medicines at half price

is bo much; improved he hardly
knows it. Pat says Ocala looks good
to him looks better every .time he
foomex. lie says that in his trips
crvT the state of the last two years
&e hears the name of Ocala oftener
than of yore, and attributes the in increased
creased increased publicity to the Board of
Trade. Pat is a great believer in
boards of trade and local newspapers
savs that when they are live, the

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

tne name

10-8

York Imperial Apples,
peck, at Cam-Thomas Co.

40 cents

29-3t

Fishing tackle that will bring the

fish from the water at KREGER'S.

ties comfortably and display their
goods to better advantage, we have
found it necessary to make several
changes in the arrangement of the
women's department of the fair for
1514. ;;.
The splendid building of the -Roess
Lumber Company, which was used

last year for the better babies con contest
test contest and for the canning club exhib

it, will be used this year for art,

laces, embroideries and such other
classes as lis space will accommodate.
A special attraction in this depart department
ment department will be an art and craft display.

The building formerly used for
the woman's department will con continue
tinue continue to be used the same but will
represent a different line of work, in
this room will be the canning club
exhibits of both iMarion and Sumter
counties and a general display of.
'woman's work along the 'lines of can canning
ning canning and cullinary arts. 7

Judging from the amount of work
done over the county and the Inter Interest
est Interest shown, tbls build ingwi 11 be some something
thing something to be proud of.
The directors of the f ajr associa association
tion association have left nothing undone that
would lead to the making of a splen splendid
did splendid fair, and in grateful apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of the .work and loyalty of our

women they have ordered (beautiful

ly embossed ribbons to be awarded
with first and second prizes this year.
In addition to the other prizes
there are two handsome pennants
One to be awarded to the lady who
wins the greatest number of prize
ribbons, regardless of whether they
ar first or second. The other pen pennant
nant pennant will be won by the girl under
eighteen years of age under similar

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CUIFIVATING YOUR SOIL ANI YOU
BEST CROPS FOSSIKLE.

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IT IS A (WASTE NOT TO BUY THE I.TIST .IMPLE

MENTS; THEY COST NOTHING
MENT WHICH SAVES MONEY.
WE ALWAYS CAN FURNISH
PLEMENTS WE SELL.

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uispiay in iine winaow or one oi our

local merchants at an. earl date.
This in itself is a great 'leap for forward
ward forward in the woman's- department
and bids fair to create greater en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm and a stronger ambition to
win at least one of the beautiful
prize ribbons.

-We have looked on with a mix

ture of admiration and envy at the
dashing prize ribbons of the men 'in

their varous departments and now
like in many other good things, 4 we

have come into our own."

The. gentlemen In (charge are do doing
ing doing everything in their power to

make the fair of 1 914a great suc success.
cess. success. Therefore in behalf of the wo

man's department, which of course

Includes the children, I most earnest

ly ask the cooperation of every wo

man and girl in Marion and Sum
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ter counties to the end that the
coming fair wil be the very best that

has ever been held.

In order to save much extra work

and confusion I'm going to ask that
as many "exhibits as possible toe sent
in on Friday and I assure you that a

competent watchman will (be con

stantly in attendance and the build buildings
ings buildings are being put In a splendid con

dition.

One of the greatest hardships con

nected with the fair Is the great rush

of getting ready for the opening day,

which of course is caused by the great

number who wait untlll the very last

minute to send in exhibits, and the

Inability of -the checking committee

to wait on all at once.' I feel suie

that the ladies realizing these facts

will be glad to act on this sugges

tion.

The IMarion County Canning Clubs

have done good wxrk,and will (have

a splendid exhibit, a number of the

mothers of theso girls -becoming

more interested in th work? will

make special efforts this year to dis

play thlr Ogoods at the fair. (A num

ber of farmers who during the sea

son have learned the art of borne can

ning and will make exhibits also.

While visiting my dub members In

the interest of reports 1 was pleased

to find that, in the sections I (have

been in, were planning to do. their

part toward making the fair of 1914

a good one.
. Respectfully,
, Mrs. J. -R. IMoorehead,

Woman's (Department-

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Paper towels at The Murray Com

pany.

All kinds of bulbs now on sale at

Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi

tors, legatees, distributees, and all

other persons having claims or de

mauds against the estate of Priscilla

Cody, deceased, to present the same

duly proven to the undersigned with

in two years from this date, -to-wi.:

This 23rd day of October, A. D, 1911
,F P. Gad son.
George Giles,

As Administrators of the Estate of

Priscilla Cody, deceased.

- WmUAlNTS DUTY IN THIS WORLD .IS TO LOOK LOOK-'REIAiUTilF'UL.
'REIAiUTilF'UL. LOOK-'REIAiUTilF'UL. AiDD TO YOU1R NATURAL CHARMS THE
'FASCIINLVTIC'N OF G IJITTBRTNG JE'WELRY. LT WILL
YEESIiD 'FUBASUfR-E TO YOU.RSELF (AND A GREAT T) CUT G TIT
TO OTHERS.. OUR STORE GL'EAiMS 'WITH PRETTY OB OB-J(ECrHS
J(ECrHS OB-J(ECrHS UN GOLID Aj'ND SILMSR AND PRECIOUS CTOXI3.
BUY YOUR JEWTELfflY JFROM UQ.V"WE 'BO NT OARRY THE
CHEAP, TAWDRY STUFF,. OUT MONEOT GOODE IION IION-(ESTLY
(ESTLY IION-(ESTLY PRICED.

RELIABLE JEWELER
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NOTICE
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Pay Your 1915 Automobile License

and Get a Brand New Tag for
Your Car

The 1915 automobile licenses were

due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive

their cars after that date without

first securing tnis license are doi

so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au

tomobile licenses for private use
into the road fund.
Respectfully,
3-C0t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

The (Murray Company wiH have a

big, new line of holiday gocds in duet zzl : Z Z'

season. I r t. t-, a,w ri-1oo Tm 1 T!iv-;lftfhi TUnpfrf nfrrfnr.

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Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1CD9
! CLASSICAL AND COLlulEOGIAL COUQSilC
1 S225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
& U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, ; EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
j FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

DENNI SON'S lunch sets and other
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The Better Wall-Board
npKERE'S a better way to
build walls than by. using
lath and plaster. There's a
way :o save the cost of con contractor.
tractor. contractor. labora way to cut cn the
cct of ru'.feri 4 a way to build
bet ler more p ; mantr. t walls. That
way is by tisiasr Isd;:ef-rGri
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most an, 'Ajy tn do a:i expert job.
A Bulger-Board v.all can be f ?.n ?.n-clled
clled ?.n-clled end pointed with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls
Lower Cost
at
"pABGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keep3 the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
cf Badger-Board and, ask us about
its many ui.es.
Call on or write for prices
i.nd samples
J I J. McCASKUX,
State A Rent, OCA LA,' I LA
2,000 BOXES OF
ORANGES
Nearly Ready to Ship.
ox tiu:p:s of a beautiful
GROVE.
I)o You want them, at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-aere
tract, all fenced bat no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
85,000.
Greatest Bar
in the County,
Address
Call on
or
. S. Savage, Jf
Room ., Meirliant's Block,
Phono 123,
OCALA, FLA
Go North :bv Sea
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Merchants & Miners Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
JACKSONVILLE
TO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
Xew Steamers. Low Fares. Bes
service. Wireless telegraph on al'
steamers. Through fares and tickeu
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville Fla.
1 have mo.ed to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
guaranteed.
I have just received a big
line of XEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. M. B0BB1TT,
14 FORT KING ATONCE
But Few Do.
Blessed be the man at the top who
rnembers those who steadied the lad lad--
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BOAR!) OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Ocala,
The Bjarl
F!a O
1914.
ruction.
cf
Public
In
in and for
iMarion county, -Flo rid -a.
nietan reg
ular
ezion n their ofiioe
;v:th W. D. Cam, chairman and B. It.
BI;:cCi,' member, and Superintendent
J. H. Brinson, sereiary, 'present.'
IMr. Blitch reortel on his visit
to the Hcme'ani s:bo3l on an in in-sic::Ion
sic::Ion in-sic::Ion of their he se as moved to
h
new site and e:aed tviat it was
e-.rnl!y move 1 "ai:4 set up and
in f i r t cla-i.s condition.
Mr. J.
sen ted an
F. Parker callel and
pre pre-the
the pre-the .njran:e pacy on
hool hojse and it was
o o o 1
wl.h the undemanding that
the j re ml cm
district fT'nd3.
ihovIJ ie i.aid from
He -proposed to put
a gjo 1 fence around the
school hou.se
100 fe
t s-jtrre fcr ;!h2 old fouilding
rjut
this
was net 'acceprej.
!Mr
0'XeaJ, c: L: artel,' callel and
offered to purchase the old Fellow-:-hI;
huilding at $20. 'Messrs. Atkin Atkinson,
son, Atkinson, Blitch and Tipy. called ani made
request fcr the old building for $30
in order io n?e
lo'ge, iroviied
it
it
for an W. O. W.
ecu II ibe locate J
on the school lot. It was agreed to
accept the loige proposition to be
paii fcr at 'the next meeting of the
ujoard.
ilesirs. 'Scott and IMa thews, trus trustees
tees trustees of Fairfield sohocl, called and
ma Jo request tliat the third 'teacher
be allc-w I to contir.ae although the
average fcr lat mon:li was slightly
-le.-s than G5, the nusmber required
to maintain -a third .teacher. It was
agreed to ccn'tinue the- teacher for
tne present. Tae tiuesticn of pamt-
i:ng the s:;hODl aiouse was xaiten ap
and Mr. Scott proposed to oil it on
the inside it the county would paint
h a outiide. It was agreed to adver advertise
tise advertise 'for. folds to paint the outside
with two coats of first class smateri-
al and to hard oil ;fche inside, -the lat latter
ter latter -to .be p aid 'for .by the -patrons.
It was also agreed to try 'beaver
(board (for blackboard -for Fairfield.
Mr. J no. IM. Graham called and
imade request .for 'the board. to 'furn 'furnish
ish 'furnish a ETJb-district ledger and blanks
fcr .the use of the treasurer's office.
(Mr. Pctts called tan d turned in a
number of (bills for -.material and la labor
bor labor for the Fellowship new (building
and discussed the. progress of the
twork, including the 'painting of the
same.
- JMr. 'Walter iNiehols called 'and dis discussed
cussed discussed 'with 'the 'board the jseourlng
of a lot .for the Pedro Baptist ohurch,
the same to 'be one aore in the nortli-
) pas "rnpr
of the school lot and to
be deeded to Deacons Walter (Nich (Nichols,
ols, (Nichols, R. J. Perry and their successors
in office.
iMr. IM. L. Payne called ami agreed
to loan the 'board $200 at 7 per cent
Interest payable quarterly iwhieh 'was
accepted.
iMr. Leroy Williams called and
made request ifor transportation for
his children to the 'Homelaird school.
lIr. Parker made a statement of the
situation and the request was're was're-fused.
fused. was're-fused. The board adjourned for noon.
Tuesday-Afternoon Session
The "board (met with all members
present and acting. K
'Mr. .Neville, '. of dunnellon, called
and reported the purchase of ten
Jots for the colored .building site for
.Hard Rock School. He presented
unexecuted contracts for .moving the
old white building to the site pur7
chased for the colored 'building. It
was agreed that 'he 'Should be author authorized
ized authorized to contract' i or the moving of
the tbullding.
fllr. George Johns of Derby neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, called and protested against
the appointment of the teacher who
had been listed for the place and
it was
agreed
to change the
listing.
IMr. Chas. Shaw and IMr. S. B.
Brooks, cf Zuiber, called and request requested
ed requested permission to send their children
to the Ocala school. IMr. iShaw had
two, (Mr. Brooks three and IMr. Perry,
who also made the request, two.
The permission was granted.
!Mr. Fotts called and reported that
IMr Winer would paint the Fellow
ship house both outside and inside
4- -
in a first class manner for $212.
The matter of considering 'plans
for the Tnronosed school (building at
Citra was then taken up. 'Messrs,
George JMacKay, V. !E. IMark, o.
(Hosford and Shields Warren; called
at different times and presented plans
and drawings suggestive of their
ideas of the kind of .building to erect
under the existing circumstances
The board 'went 5nto executive ses
sion with iMessrs. Crosby and Driver,
trustees and IMr. E. L. 'Wartmann,
in considering the different plans
for the building. lAfter being in ses session
sion session some time and not making any
selection the board adjourned to
meet in night session.
Tuesday Night Session
The board met with all present
and continued the consideration of
the 'plans 'for the Citra school house.
tMessrs.- Crosby, Driver and Wart
miann were also present. 'Mr. Hoi-
ford was called in and explained his
plans in detail.

Lpon motion it was agreed to ac-

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Absoiuiely Pui'Q
Made from
WcIveF & MaeKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAtMERi
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes

K E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS of Pupils coming to the' schcol from
X'uneral Directors ; Sumter county. Correspondence be belli
lli belli W oik Done by Licensed Em- tween ilie superin tendents of (Marion
balmers and Fully Guaranteed and Sumter counties was shown the
PHONES beard setting forth that tMarion coun-
t. E. MclVFR 101 ty 1ir'i1iS could attend in that coun-
J.' RO HERTS. W. '. WWW. 305 t' on paying tuition. It was or-
iTndmtaking Office. 47 ordered that Sumter county pupils
, -jr attending school in this county
ccct the plans as presented (by Mr. zhouli show a permit or pay tui-

E. O. iHosfcrd, conditioned by
board 'tein'g presented with the"
the
".j0j. ;
lowing iletter which becomes part of
the contract with the said E. C.
Hosford:
Gentlemen;- We guarantee that
you -will ireceive a 'bid from a reput-l
a.ble contractor for the construction
of
your Citra school (building in ac-f
ccrdance iwith plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications as fellows, itowit;
For construption of building in
face .brick, electric wiring and plumb plumbing
ing plumbing for a sum not ito exceed Ten
(Thousand, three 'hundred and sixty
($10,360) dollars.
, If face ibrick :is omitted and select selected
ed selected CQmmcu (briok is used instead, a
ibid for construction of building, elec
tric wiring and plumbing will be rt
ceived not to exceed
ten thousand
($10,000) 'dollars.
;If plumbing is omitted, also elec electric
tric electric wiring, a ibid will ibe received for
the construction of the fbuilding, us
ing face 'brick for. a sum not to ex
ceed nine thousand, seven 'hundred
and thirty-five dollars.
In the event a bid is not received
as described above, we will 'have no
claim for services rendered, and will
demand no payment.
The foregoing guarantee is made
with the understanding that you will
receive bids for the .construction: or
the Citra ibuilding on the 9th day of
iNbvemiber, 1 91! 4 on plans and speci
fications which have been prepared
by us. N
Very respectfully,
H. C. Hosford & Co.,
By H. C. Hosford.
It was agreed to advertise for
bidsto ibe received for the construc
tion of the Citra ibuilding on Mon
day, November 9th, 1914.
The (hoard then adjourned until
next imcrndng at :30 o clock.
Wednesday Morning Session
The board ime't as per adjournment
and in company 'with the Ocala trus
tees went on an inspection tour or
the new 'high school ibuilding, the
primary- school' .building' and the
(North Ocala building and finally to
(Howard (Academy: Here a request
was made for a sewing machine for
the domestic ar
cf the manner
ic conducting the
work was made and discussed. iA re
quest was made for an appropria
tion for a sewing room ana tne
need for same explained. No decis decision
ion decision was made.
The board returned to its office
and resumed its sitting.
It was decided to put in extra win windows
dows windows in the ends of the iNorth -Ocala
building.
. iMr. Gary called and presented his
accounts 'for, the school year up to
the beginning of the school year just
opening.
IMr. IMark called to make certifi certificates
cates certificates for the amounts due the con contractors
tractors contractors on the Ocala buildings. It
was agreed to withhold $500 on the
general contract, $100 on the steam
heating and 130 on the plumbing.
These amounts were afterward
changed.
E. A. .'Maxey, supervisor of Roper
tarm school, caned ana maae re
quest for additional desks and locks
for the house and. these were grant
ed.
.The board adjourned for noon.
. Wednesday Afternoon Session
The beerd met .with all present
and acting.
tMr. Fogelstrom called and report

ed that he could not get enough

help from the colored people of the
YjI. Peller school to get the house
up promptly and the ibeard agreed
',zo drop off two mcn.hs o! the term
-an.! use so smuch of it as necessary
to complete the building and have
(Mr. Fogelstroni g ahead with it to
completion. Jle reported the Sum Summer
mer Summer field colored schcol finished and
ready for use.
In the matter of painting the-Fellowship
house it was decided not
to paint the inside at this time.
Th e t oa r d made a 1 o an from Dr.
S. dl. BHtch for $l,o00, at 7 per
cent, interest payable quarterly.
!A letter was presented from Qlrs.
A. J. Ayer, eclored, making request
fcr settlement for teaching cne week
at Wetumka school after leaving it
to accept another place. The re request
quest request was refused.
A letter was presented from the

i teacner or rhf acnos en school
making report of very" foad conduct
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the tpart of one man in the
! community
at a, festival held at the
school house and also the damaging
of some of the school property. The
matter was discussed and it was de de-ci
ci de-ci ded to have the matter, presented
J to the grand jury if the facts as re re-1
1 re-1 ported seem, to be true.
J LV letter from Olr. iM. MM. Proctor,
as trustee of Pedro school, was pre pre-i
i pre-i ee'nted in the matter of a numlber
'tion at the line pupil rate.
, A request was presented .from the
't'echer of the Mit. Talbor school for
$ extra for the 'month just closed
for working .without tan assistant.
Request was refused. t
request from the principal of
the Hopewell school for an increase
ln salary was refused.
iMr. C. L. underson called and con conferred
ferred conferred a'bout the plumbing work in
.the Oca la high school building. v
'Mr. G. S. Scott called and confer conferred
red conferred with tihe board about the insur-
'ance on the (NTew Oca la high school.
iMessrs. Camp and Chace, o-f, the
Ocala trustees, called with IMir. W. H.
Cassels, principal of t!he Oaala (High
School, and discussed a number of
(matters pertaing to, the school -and
'building. Request was made f or one
'high scfoool and one seventh grade
teacher extra o" thosf at present em em-pi
pi em-pi oy ed T;h ey also d i sou ssed the
equipment for the domestic science
department. It .was agreed to have
the principal of the school and the
d am est: c science teacher and the
trustees confer and order a suitabel
outfit' J '"','
It was agreed to withhold $ 1 0 00
in settling with F. W. Long & Co. as
contractors on the Ocala new high
school Tbuilding.
It was agreed to grant 30 more
desks for the high school depart department
ment department of the Ocala school.
The board adjourned ifor the day.
Thursday Morning Session
The iboard met with all present and
acting. v
IMr. Stokes of the Ocala iNation al
auk, called and collected some iii iii-iterest
iterest iii-iterest items and some orders 'held
by the ibauik cu warrants to ibe is issued.
sued. issued. :
A requesit from Pine Grove school
for a number of lights was 'granted.
IMr. Jack Camp called and submit submitted
ted submitted the 'following as the articles
needed at the Ocala High school,
(building in the way of equipment:
72 window shades, sixteen : chairs,
eleven waste paper .baskets, six steel
doer mats, five coca 'mats. For the
primary school there were needed
three teacher's tables, three chairs.
The district was authorized to huv
the shades and imats and Mr. Cam-p
and Qlr. Cassels were authorized to
get the ta'bles and other articles
mentioned.
CMr. IMeadcws living north of the
line fixed tor pupils to attend the
North Ocala school, called and made
statement of conditions about his
children attending the school
asked for a permit allowing
and
his
children to attend the regular
mary school and the permit
granted. 'It was agreed for the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Ocala district to handle
tlmmatter of granting permission for
pupils to attend
one school or the
other. v ;
The supervisor of the Qlt. Olive
school called and reported their weH
complete and! satisfactory. It was
agreed to pay D. A. Hill for work
$20 and the iMcDowell Crate and
Lumber Co. $10.
The .board adjourned for the daj'.

The board met with all present
and acting.
The Ocala trustees with Attorney
(Martin and IMr. C L. Anderson of the
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co., call called
ed called and considered the question as to
whether the water meter at the new
high school building should foe paid
for by the Ocala' Plumbing & Ele-
(Concluded on Page Seven)

Brick City Cicier and White 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.
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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TniE liave just added to our business, a large
vXJ and complete line of the 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 ;biiyiug you will have the
assurance of knowing .you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,

and guarantee to save

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Shipping pf Freight, xf
Furniture, Pianos
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baggage Service
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1014
. :-:':.:3 jx-c-c:-:-::-: K-r-t-w.-: (Nathaniel
Dosh, a beautiful October
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bride, who has just returned home
from her welding trip. This pretty
t OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

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Iteciition to New Members at the
Woman's Club
It has been the custom since the
organization of the Woman's Club
in this city -to give a special reception
to all new members, and each sac sac-ceding
ceding sac-ceding season these receptions have
marked a 'brilliant social event in
the club's annals.
This afternoon at three "o'clock at
the club rooms on Tusea-willa street,
was held the finst of ;thee receptions
in the new .building, the occasion
.tredng deferred from last season in
order that the pretty affair .might
take :;jlace in the handsome njvv
club house.

The rpoms were charmingly deco decorated
rated decorated in jars and jardiniers of
crimson flowers, and with the resi resident
dent resident the older club women (welcom (welcomed
ed (welcomed Into the fold 4 9 new 'members.
The receiving line was a (brilliant
array of elegantly gowned and hap happy
py happy women. Thru out the entire af afternoon
ternoon afternoon a musical program, under
(lie leadership of Miss Marguerite
Porter, was rendered. Each mim mim-ier
ier mim-ier rvas a gem, and the only regret
was that (Mrs. tMote of Leesburg,
who rwos !to have given a ibeautfful
song selection, was en account of
Illness prevented from Ibeing pre present.
sent. present. IMiss Porter supplied -the de deficiency
ficiency deficiency toy giving one of 'her espec especially
ially especially beautiful selections.
JTQie tea am sandwiches were
served during the afternoon by the
chairmen of the standing commit commit-irc.
irc. commit-irc. ,
flhe new 'members for the season
of 1914-15 'are: '..
Dlesdames J. (E. Johnson, R. L.
Lang, W. K. Lane, s T. C. Jjuckie,
Waiter (Marsh, E, fH. iMartin, iNathan
Mayo, fT. M. Moore, .W.-...V. Newsom,
EL As. Osborne, E. G. 'Rivers, Ford
H. Rogers, O. IL Rogers, J. D.
Itooney, .William 'Anderson, George
Dlitch, 3. IM. Boney, J. C. Caldwell,
TL C. Camp, T. C.. Carter, H. ; B.
Cfrurkson, George Close, J. It. Dew Dewey,,
ey,, Dewey,, (Prank Drake, QFYedk. IHocker, C.
P. Howell, C. W. iHunter, J. W. iDav iDav-la,
la, iDav-la, G. C. Shepherd, J. C. -Smith, A.
at Ten Eyke, OP. J. Theus, Rex G.

E. J. Kdllebrew, C. C. (Bryant, 'Fan-
Amtfhrvn v fT W -Urn-Man? n fR.n.r

1 Bowera, J. G. Glass, L. H. von Engle Engle-'kcn,
'kcn, Engle-'kcn, J. D. iRoibertson and J. M. Gross.
Blisses lElizaheth Darvtis, Carrie
'IDsm, (Helen Brown, Lilra Brumby,
Ophelia SanvtelV (Mary Ervln and
JCahleen Jackson.

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Cvijr. and IMirs. R. N. Dosh -returned
last night tram their ibridal trip.
!Ifhey went dn their car to the east
'const and then to Jacksonsville,
" tvhence they went "by rail to 'Macon
7 ikir & (week's visit to Mr. losh's

' fimjtSier, IMr. Louis H. iDosn and fam-

rUj. (Returning Ito Jacksonville

ThuTSday, tihey left tthat city yester yesterday
day yesterday (morning, and came here by
f,iwn Cxvr Rnrinra. Padatlea! and

Gainesville, arriving in Ocala albout

9 ip. m. They had a most pleasant
trap, and like .most Ocalans, are glad
to ibe tiome again.
OtTrs. E. L. Carney and iMrs. Park
Trammel spent 'this afternoon at
Lake Weir, going down with Mr.
Carney to visit fche Carney grove.

her guest, iMrs. 'Park Trammell and
the Daughters of the Confederacy.
Mrs. Carney has is.su ed about chree

hundred invitations, and her recep reception
tion reception will be a most 'brilliant and ele elegant
gant elegant affair.
The Baraea and -Phi lathe a socie-

were en-

at the i residence of Mr.
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R. U. Carter last evening,

ties of the Baptist church

tertained
and 'Mrs.

at a Hallowe'en party in-which some
of the members "assisted the hostess.
The Carter home was "brilliant in
Hallowe'en colorings. The front
porch was wreathed in trailing

mosses ana the punch bowl :n a ver veranda
anda veranda nook, was surrounded by a
number of purring fblack cats and
grinning skulls. The punch was

served by two ghosts, and was de-

licious. (At the front-door (the twp
hostess -ghosts, IMrs. Carter and (Mr.

Sam Igou, received most graciously,

(While the tall iBetties ibo wed greet greetings
ings greetings in moans and shrieks from all

over the liouse.. The living (rooms.

adorned in (brilliant yellow cosmos

and lighted pumpkins and black and

yellow streamers, were very attract attractive,
ive, attractive, the mantle being especially pret

ty m its yellow 'lights, the (blaze

from :behind reflecting an immense

pumpkin iface. The dining room

table was attractive with dozens
of (black cats, and corashuck witch witches
es witches weUring hickory nut shead. In rChis
room tMirs. William Goin presided
with several little ghostly assiatants.
They served block ice cream and

cake. An abmosphere of revel rv was

everyiH'here, and the guessing games
was a source of immense -fun. On
every hand and In every corner
iwer "tall Ibetties" lb awing and
groaning. At the rear of the front
hall was placed Meg iMerrilees den,
a colcf, forsaken hole, which raised
the hadrand caused the goose-flesh
to trurc all over one's spine. From a
dark passage (was admitted the sub subject
ject subject fwdshing ,a peep into -the future,
and a.s they were led into the id en,
ghostly figures approached from all
about with hideous groans and ag agonizing
onizing agonizing shrieks. Out of the cave a
Shadowy-form of a hag appeared
and read the palms and revealed, the
seere t of. the "black art. (Mrs. SIs-trun-i
Impersonated the IHag of En En-dor,
dor, En-dor, assisted foy IMisses Bessie Mc Mc-KissXJlc
KissXJlc Mc-KissXJlc tSimms oiiJd IMorrir, Cevle
?Robrts, Gertie Briigance (Dixone

RiolHirts iIae Slykes, Qa.th&rin Hem-

mi nig an d 'Floy s iStandlin All were
robed as demons &ud ghosts. Near

he front entrance of (the home was
swung the iwitohe's cauldron, and
from its depths was served delicious
tomato iboullion iby -two (little "witch

es. Games of all description were
played on the pretty grass .plot un

der the great spreading oak, the fun
running riot until the wee sma'
hours. These organizations consist
of the young people of the Baptist
church and are jolly and ifun-loving,
rrticiir ententainmenst are of the

highest order and mean much to the

social spirit of this influential and

popular congregation The evening

with (Mr. and Mrs. Carter was an

unusualy happy one, and it was long
past the magic midnight. hour when
all the ghosts had flown away.

affair will be gi ven at the home of
IMiss (McDovyell and will be one of
the very lovliest of the many af affairs
fairs affairs planned for next .week.
A Song by the Governor's ady
'Mrs Park Trammell will sing the
offertory hymn at the Baptist
church Sunday morning.
Mrs. 'Edward Holder will enter entertain
tain entertain on Thursday at a beautifully
appointed luncheon at the Ocala
''House, in compliment to IMrs. Park

Trammell.
I

J Mrs. S. H. Biitch will entertain at
n all day party on Friday at her
pretty home in Blitchton, honoring
Mrs. Park Trammell.
(Mrs. B. B. Baum is pending a few
days with relatives and ifriends at
Crystal River.

Uss-Tsannette Gladys Martin Wil

son arrived at the (Marion County

hospital lastefening, and in the fu future
ture future make 'herWame with her hap happy
py happy parents, Dir. and Mrs. Willie Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, and little ibrother, (Master 'Don 'Donald
ald 'Donald Wilson.

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Mr.'lRdbert iMacKay"came in from
Gainesville last night to spend the
week end with his parents, Mr. and
IMrs. George fMacKay and family.

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Mr and Mrs. Troy Hall orern'tjie
oity to spend the week end with irel irel-otlves
otlves irel-otlves and friends. This is Mr. 'HalPs
first visit to his old home since his
imarriage a few days ago and he is
receiving the iwarmesfi congratula congratulations
tions congratulations from his host of friends, who
are delighted to see him again, and
also to meet his oharming !bride.
On account of the week of iprayer,
(the IMethodist sewing circle will not
hold t9 usual meeting 'Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. (Mrs. B. (M. Turnipseed and little

daughter, 'DoTOthy, of Dunnellon, are
the (guests of IMrs. Turnip seed's

(mother, IMrs. A. J. iLeavengood, on

north (Magnolia street, after spend

ing a few weeks with her sister (Mrs.
J. W. Perry, at ake Weir. i
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Rev. George Hendree Harrison of
Jacksonville, (formerly rector of

Grace Episcopal church of this catyf

will arrive this evening, on the A. .C.
iL. ftrain, and Will be the guest over
Sunday of CMr. and .Mrs. B. : A.
Weathers .....
)Mr. and airs. Stirling Hooper re

turned this afternoon from their visr

it to Tennessee.

pletely represented. The

shown here are. the newest
most fashionable.

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Cloth Top Buttons are most
thev are here in Datents

roll vamp and full vamp. Vicies, (

bnght, and stylish Dull bun v

Metal. Buttons yith regular tops
are always popular, see our
many styles. Our tan English
Walking Shoes are beauties.

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Three speakers are arranged for this
eevning.
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'Rev J W. H. (Dodge will preach at

the 'North Ocala Church at 4 p.m.

AXHECHUIICHES T03IOIUIOW Men's Class of Religious Investigation

(Meeting at the 'East Broadway

church every Sunday 10 a. m; A cor

dial (invitation is extended men who

are interested ia this kind of work.

Methodist
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D Pastor.

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(Mrs. E. IL. Carney will entertain
ifonday afternoon at her home on

O&lawaha avenue, In compliment to

Misses Annie IMcDowell and Nellie
Gottlieb will entertain a large num number
ber number of their friends on Wednesday
after noon in honor of iMrs. Robert

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Enter your baby in the Better B abies 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 he divided into three classes:
Class A. All babies from 6 months to 1 year

All habies from. 1 year to 2 years.
All babies from 2 years to 3 years.

Class B.
Class C.

PRIZES

Class A. $20 In gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
Class B. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
Class C. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
. $20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
However, the contest is not a mere competition for a prize. The
greatest benefits are educational.
Children receive careful physical and mental examination ;by com com-gsstent
gsstent com-gsstent physicians, and a record is made of it.
. Parents learn more about their children, and areable to remove
-aany defects. The child gets a better start in life, and the information
'aA help derived are the best features of the contest. AND ALL, THIS
2S ABSOLUTELY FREE. NO ENTRANCE FEE. NO CHARGE OF
ANT KIND.
Babies from any locality, regar dless of county, may enter.
For further information, and application cards, address:
' 5 Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Ocala, Florida

9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
ilil a. m Preadhing and iConsmun iConsmun-ffon.
ffon. iConsmun-ffon. Sufbject 'Some' characteristics
of a pTosiperous Church." '.
3 p. m. Junior Leagu.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m.-T-Breachtng.
Suibject, 'Watchfulness.
traugers always welcome.
Preabyterlaa

(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday sohool.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject: ."Misappolnting Scrip Scripture:
ture: Scripture: '' -':.
3 p. m.- Junior (Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon. j
iSulbject "Acquaintance with God'

A cordial invitation extenaea to
the public and all strangers in the
city.
Baptist
(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m Preaching hy the 'pastor.
Subject: "I Am the Bread of Life."

'Mrs. Park Trammell will sing at

this esrvice.
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.

7:30 p. m. Evening service of

song and sermon.

INext Sunday, iNov. 8th, is "Go to

Sunday School" day in Ocala. Look

ing for 1000. Be there.
Welcome to all.
East Broadway Church

Roy B. Bowers, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, presiding.

11 a. m. Sermon: "Demands of

the -Righteousness of the Kingdom of

(Heaven in its iRelations (Man ward.

III. The Golden iRule."

7:30 p. m. Sermon, "The Debt of
Protestantism to" Catholicism A

Plan. Fair Resume of what Pro Protestants
testants Protestants got from Catholics, the

place of Catholocism in Christianity,

the errors of Tom Watson's Ghost.'

Next Sunday evening, Nov. 7, will

begin the series of community ad

dresses by business men of the town.

tA hig line of 50 cent
The CMurray Company..

novels at

Harmony cocoa ibutter cream. A

Vyonthiner -cleanser for the : face and

hands, 50 cents, at Gerigs ad tf.

ICfc CREAiM, all that the name

implies, at KREGER'S.. ; 10-8,

South Carolina Hust-Proof, and

Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tr

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Thi is the drug tore where you will find
a great assortment of high grade candies,
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cnocoiates, oonoons, creams everything
you need in candydom. We will make up

assortments as you wish. Daintily boxed.

Come here also for your ice cream, sodas
and cigars. Do you, housewife, know the
value of absorbent paper in the home ? Try

DIXIE .FLYER" "DIXIE LIGHTED"
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEHTED

Pullman cars from Chicaco, St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Intermediate point3 to Jacliconvills. ;
dijjing Airo obs eiivatio:? cars

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You cant tell in how many ways until
you try them. Here are a few : polishing
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
grease from fried foods, absorbing spilt
liquids. Don't use your good linen towels
in the kitchen and pile up big washings
every week. Use ScotTissue. Junior,
medium and large sizes. ScotTissue Toilet
Paper is another article you will like.
It is soft, absorbent and snowy white.
Large rolls, 10c.
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DRUG STORE

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t!ie canal of life but it becomes a

eewerif clogged up. AH life consists of building up and tearing
down and just in the same manner that the blood carries to the
various parts of the body the food that the cells need for building
tin, so it is compelled to carry away the waste material that's torn
dov,n. These vaste materials are poisonous and destroy us unless
the liver and kidneys are stimulated into refreshed and vigorous life.

PIERCE'S Golden Medical Discovery

is. the balancing power a vitalizing power. l acts on the stomach
end organs of digestion and nutrition on the purifying filters which
clean the blood. Thu3 fresh vitalized blood fcds the nerves, heart
and brain. TUis well knovra alterative rl jsves catarrh of the stomach and
fceadaches ccompanying far:, arid ha3 been successful for more than a gen generation
eration generation as a tonic and body-builder. It buiU3 up tho nndowr. system. You
need it if you are always "catching cold" or have catarrh of the nose and
throat. Tne active medicinal principles cf Ance rican-Native-roots are
extracted without elccbol and you can obtain thi'J

tonic in liquid or tablet ."or -a ct any dru.j r tore or
send CO cents in 1-ccnt tam;j3 for trial fccxcf tablets.

Send 31 oncene stamp to pay oet nfrrcK'-j ani
wrapping far frtm copy of Th Corr. ior, ccVc
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Rough Dry Work Done O Cents Per Pound.
AH Blankets and axticles washed
by iiand.ywe use soft water only.
CLEANING, POISING AND REPAIRING in

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COOK, C.IRVE LlND CONSUME THEM
PHONE 108 i? .Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.

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River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
: sanitary in every respect. Can
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I will give fifty dollars as first paymerit on one of those $100 lots

in (Marion Heights, and one 'chance on that

I $1,06.0 Premium Mouse aed lot
to the znan or woman, boy or girl, writing the best poem on the

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carrying out the thought as a oneans of reducing .the high cost of J
living.- Poem to contain not over twen ty .lines.

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Bow' to. Write. Advertising. Copy

By HERBERT KAUFMlN
Author of "Do1 Something! Be SomethittgP'
A SKILLED layer of mosaic works with small fragments of
' stone they fit into more places than the larger chunks.
The skilled advertiser works with small wordsthey fit
into more minds than big phrases.
The simpler the language the greater certainty that it will be
understood by the least intelligent reader.

The construction engineer plans his roadbed where there is a
minimum of grade he works along the lines of least resistance. ?
The advertisement which runs into mountainous style is badly
surveyed all minds are not built for high grade thinking, yr-y ry,
Advertising must be simple. When it is tricked out with the
jewelry and silks of literary expression, it looks as much out of
place as a ball dress at the breakfast table!
The buying public is only interested in facts. People read ad
-vertisements to find out what you have to sell.
The advertiser who Can fire the most facts in the shortest time
gets the" most returns. Blank cartridges make noise but they do
not hit blank talk, however clever, is only wasted space.
You force your salesmen to keep to solid facts you don't allow
them to sell muslin with quotations from Omar or trousers with
excerpts from Marie Cor elli. 'You must not tolerate in your printed
selling talk anything that you are not willing to countenance in
personal salesmanship.
. Cut out clever phrases if they are inserted to the sacrifice of
clear explanations- write copy as you talk. Only be more brief.

Publicity is costlier than conversation ranging in price downward m

from $10 a line; talk is not cheap, but tne most expensive commodity
in. the world. .-. '':.;" ;;
Sketch' in your ad to the stenographer. Then you will be so
busy "saying it" that you will not have time to bother about the
gewgaws of writing. Afterwards take the typewriten manuscript
and cut out every wrord and every line that can be erased without

omitting an important detail. What remains in the end is all that

really counted in the beginning.

Cultivate brevity and simplicity. "Savon Frangais may look

smarter, but more people will understand rrench boap. Mr Isaac

Newton's explanation of gravitation covers six pages but the school- n

boy s terse and homely What goes up must come oown cuncnes

the whole thine: in six words.

Indefinite talk wastes space." It is not 100 productive. The

copy that omits prices sacrifices half its pulling power it nas a
tendency to brine; lookers instead of buyers. It often creates false

impressions. Some people are bound to conceive the idea that the
e-oods are hierher priced than in reality others, by the same token,

are just as likely to'infer that the prices are lower and go away think-

in er that you have exanererated your statements.

The reader must be searched out by the copy. Big space is
cheapest because it doesn't waste a single eye. Publicity must be on

tne oitensive. i nere are wr wo many auvci usw s wuu iUC"

lights on top of their bushelthe average citizen hasn't time to lit

overturn your ousnei.
Small space is expensive. Like a one-flake snowstorm, there is

not enough of it to lay.

Space is a comparative matter after all. It is not a case of how

much is used but how it is used. The passengers on the limited ex express;
press; express; may realize that Tones has tacked a twelve-inch. shingle on

every post and fence for a stretch of five miles, but they are going
too fast to make out what the shingles say, yet the two-feet letters
of Rrown's birr bulletin board on 'too of the hill lean at them before

they have a chance to dodge it. And at that it doesn't cost nearly
cn T-nnVi e tVi t enm rtal of TrnfQ' rlinWv diinlriv tX

Just so advertisements attractively displayed every day or every

week for a year in one newspaper will find the eye of all readers, no

pages, and produce more results, than a dozen piking pieces of copy
scattered through half a dozen papers.-
(Copyright.) ;
The Cellar Hole Mi the Sewer Hole
By HERBERT EAUFBIAN r
Author of Do Something! Be Something!"
A, COAL cart stopped before an office building; in Washington
and the driver dismounted, removed the cover from a man manhole,
hole, manhole, ran out his chute, and proceeded to empty the load. An
old negro strolled over and stood watching him. tSuddenly the black
man glanced down and immediately burst into a fit of uncontrollable
laughter, which continued for several minutes. The cart driver
looked at him in amusement. "Say, Uncle," he asked, "do you

always laugh when you see coal going into a cellar?" The negro
sputtered around for a few moments and then, holding his hands
to his aching sides, managed to say, "No, sah, but I jest busts when I
sees it goin down a sewer."
The advertiser who displays lack of judgment in selecting the
newspapers which carry his copy often confuses the sewer and the
cellar. ..
All the money that is put into newspapers isn't taken out again,
by any means. The fact that all papers possess a certain physical
likeness, doesn't necessarily signify a similarity in character, and
it's character in a newspaper that brings returns. The, editor who
conducts a journalistic sewer finds a different class of readers than
the publisher who respects himself enough to respect his readers.
What goes into a newspaper larerely determines the class of

' homes into which the newspaper goes. An irresponsible, scandal-

iiiiici 111, inmR.-idKing sneer is certainly not supportea Dy uic
buying classes of people. It may be perused by thousands of readers,
but such readers are seldom purchasers of advertised goods.
It's the clean-cut, steady, normal-minded citizens who form the
bone and sinew and muscle of the community. It's the sane, self self-respecting,
respecting, self-respecting, dependable newspaper that enters their homes and it's
the home sale that indicates the strength of an advertising medium.
No clean-minded father of a family wishes to have his wife and
children brought in contact with the most maudlin and banal phases
of life. He defends them from the sensational editor and the un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant advertiser. He subscribes to a newspaper which he does
not fear to leave about the house.. ;
Therefore, the respectable newspaper can always be counted
upon to produce more sales than one which may even own a larger
circulation but whose distribution is among unprofitable citizens.
You can no more expect to sell goods to people who haven't
money than you can hope to pluck oysters from rose-bushes.
It isn't the number of readers reached, but the number of readers
whose purses can he reached, that constitutes the value of circulation.
It's one thing to arouse their attention, but it's a far different thing
to get their money. The mind may be willing, but the pocketbook
may be weak.
'( If you had the choice of a thousand acres of desert land or a
hundred acres of oasis, you'd select the fertile spot, realizing that
the larger tract had less value because it would be less productive.
The advertiser who really understands how he is spending his
money takes care that he is not pouring his money into deserts and
sewers.
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of compassion, kindness, lowliness, meekness, lons'-sufferlng", for for-bearins
bearins for-bearins one another, and torsi vins each other.' Co losslans. 5:l-
OITICCItS OF TIII1 ciiriicii
Deacons J. I Edwards;. Chairman; W, D. Carn, Treasurer;
W. T. Gary, ?lerk; Isaac Stevens, II. T. W. Christian, r
W. S. Bullock, rl F. Ballard, J, W. Akin, S. II. Christian, -W.
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DOXOLOGY Old Hundred.
IN:OCATION Lord's Prayer.
HYCVIDC iNO. 99 "Guiide 3Ie."
SGRIPTUHE JESSOX-'Jco: 6; 25-oS. ;
IHYI5IX XO. 86 'U'Wke, '31y Soul.'
AMXOTJXODJIBNTS ."'.'''
OFFEHIXG Torshiplul, Prayerful, Cheerful. ;
'HYQLN T. 547 "Bresad cf JHeaven." : :
SDRftiax "I am the Bread of Life
OOMIMUXION IIYliLX tMiss Porter.
"'This "Do In rtcraembrance of Qle."

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EVBXING 7:30
OPENIXG HYuMX iXO, 91 "Jesus is Calliris."
HYIMJX XO. 69 "I've (Found a .Friend"-
PRAJYiER
(HYliEX IXO. 54 "God Will Take Care of You'
SfJRIPnnUItD LESSON.
HYIMN XO. 81"iirORE ABOUT JESUS."
A'xxouxcmiEuvrs
SEDEIQIOX 4By the Passtor.
IXfVITATIOX XO. 14 r" Power dn tlie BloodV.. I
OLOSIXG iHYDLX iSO. 206 '"Day Is Over."
30LIUOX BAPTIST AilSOCIATIOX will meet

ton in its thirtieth sannual session CCoTcmber 4 th nd 5tli ( Vv'cJ Vv'cJ-nesday
nesday Vv'cJ-nesday and Thursday.) The opening service will bo
o'clock Wednesday anornilngr. The adjournment about 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon. Pla.n to attend,
W. 01. V. WEJZil OF nrYi::i deserves special mention.
The attendanco wzs xtrutlh- better (than usual und the Interest
&own in the study of the History of tho Wi LM. U. of Florida"
was a Uttins tribute to. the author; airs. Louise-Porter Hood.
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and see these specials. We will not
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Convenient payments if desired.

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FROZEN 'MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5

J. E. FRAMPTON
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Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert wcri:
g:uaranted. lleferencea given.
Associated with Herbert LaUnr
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DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS

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So bu j" your groceries from the
OCAKV GROCERY COMPANY,
and save money.
'Every 'little bit helps. Full weight

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.30c

23c

20c
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1 jK)untl Bliss ColTee. .
.3 pounds best Rice. . .
1, good Florida Syrup.
1 liottle good Fla Syrup.
Irish iotatoes ier pk. .

1IACOX per iwund 10c
5 gallons oil .G0c
Everything cheap for cash.

Ocala Casti Grocery
Company,
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue

I LOYALTY TO OUR COMMUNITY
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For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order 'will have
Immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

A LOYAIm CITIZEN?

DO I PERFORM A FAIR SHARE OF MY DUTIES TOWARD THE
COMMUNITY IN WHICH I LIVE?

Let us discuss the subject, fairly and openly.
In the first place, we each owe something to our community. We each
derive benefits and prSfits because of our association with the community of
which we are each a part, making us each responsible for a fair. proportion
of the cost of maintaining the support of the community.
The physical responsibility is represented by the taxes we pay. Too
many of us are satisfied with the perfunctory performance of that part part-leaving
leaving part-leaving the moral responsibility to others.
In other words, WE ARE TOO EASILY INCLINED TO BELIEVE THAT
THE PAYMENT OF OUR TAXES RELIEVES US FROM ANY AND ALL
RESPONSIBILITIES IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMMUNITY IN
WHICH WE LIVE.
We are inclined to forget that the many comforts and conveniences, both
in a social and a business way, which we find in our community, are ours
because of our association with our kind; with others who have invested
their dollars and their efforts here, just as we have ourselves.
We expect our associates to be loyal to us and to our community and we,
at least pretend, that we are loyal to them.

Are we loyat?
If we purchase our necessities and luxuries from mall order houses, we
are not loyal to our associates In the community, because we then show no
appreciation of their endeavors to supply the members of the community
with these things. We are not helping our associates to maintain their estab establishments,
lishments, establishments, which can be successfully operated only with our co-operation and
support.
If we send our dollars out of town to the mall order houses we can
only expect that the time will quickly come when we must send to the mail
order houses for everything, we require, because It Is only natural that our
local business houses will become discouraged If we do not patronize them
and buy our merchandise from them, and go out of business.
Even now we note that 'the stocks of some local stores have been re restricted
stricted restricted to such things as must be bought ,to comply with emergencies, for
the reason that our citizens send to the big cities, to the mall order houses,
for so many of the goods which should be found on the shelves of m our local
stores. And It will be but natural for our business-men to continue to restrict
their stocks to the merchandise which our citizens do not find It convenient
to buy from the mall order houses until we will awaken some day to a realiza realization
tion realization of the fact that we must send away for practically everything.
Then what will happen? We will discover that the mail order houses,
finding little. If any competition for our business in our home community,1
will be the ones to profit, because we must then send to them for all we
require In the way of merchandise.
It is not impossible, although it is admittedly improbable, that when the
mail order houses shall have driven competition from the field by eliminating
our local merchants, with our aid, foolishly, tendered through our sending
orders away from home, that there will be a readjustment of prices so that,
we must pay more for the things we buy. At any rate, we should be com compelled
pelled compelled to pay whatever prices the mall, order houses might choose to charge
us, with no competition against them to protect us.
At any rate, we are really trying to cut our own throats when we send ;
our money away from home. Loyalty means more than a mere perfunctory
appreciation of the efforts of our local merchants to supply our necessities,
for It means that we are conserving our own Interests and protecting our ourselves
selves ourselves against the exactions of monopoly. We are fighting for our own pro protection
tection protection against the conditions which are bound to come unless we help our
local storekeepers to maintain their business relations with us and to stand
between us and the big mall order concerns which are lying In wait to take
their business away and compel us to send to the big cities for everything we
require In merchandise..
When we pay our dollars to our associates in the community, the store storekeepers
keepers storekeepers let us do it cheerfully and with a feeling that we are providing for

our future welfare. Let us forget the attractive ana orten misieaamg descrip descriptions
tions descriptions in the catalogues of the mail order houses and remember the kindly,
friendly spirit of our local dealers who strive earnestly to- merit our trade
and who, when everything has been carefully analyzed, give us much better
service and more satisfaction in the end than we can expect from the mail
order house where every customer is known merely as a number and every
shipment a mere mechanical transaction made at the convenience of an
underpaid employe.
LOYALTY IS THE BEST POLICY.

Hie MvaEteflies I Eflc'fen

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.

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HAVE 3IORE LEISURE TIME

On account of depression of bus business
iness business the Western Union and PosN'tl
Telegraph Companies' office hours,
on Sunday, will be from 8 to 10 a.
m., and 4 to 6 p. m.
C. K. Sage, Mgr. W. U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, -Mgr. Postal' Tel. Co.

A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General 'Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to ibe new
St. Georgss Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
ae will be pleased to: see his friends
and customers.
f'TRST -CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
ANi COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECIALTY.

L ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter smd Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor In the city.

NOTICE
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1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. 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 coi coi-lector
lector coi-lector 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. 3-3 0.

.TO THE PURLIC

"I used a bottle

Cough Remedy last winter for a

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entiously say that I never took a
medicine that did me so much good,"
writes (Mrs. G. W. Andrews, Andrews,
Ind. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
OPEN DA AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Mta!s a la carte and lunches
at any lnj.r. A.lv.

Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN

DIES at KREGBR'S.

10-5

Send Us if

Orders Toi

if:

I Reams
Channels,
Angles and
AIL Shapes.
Roiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets, :
Truss Rods,
Stay Dolts
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 t
For Road Work at all
Times.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS'

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge o. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings or each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. ai.
Jake Brown; Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E: S.,

meets at Yonge's hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.

Mrs.; Flora Brown, W. -M.
Miss, Florrie Condon,-Secy.

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OCAL.1, FLORID.V
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First consideration andtespecial attention given to mall. tract:

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.; F.,

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday

evening ai o ciock. a warm wel welcome
come welcome always Extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G

W. L." Colbert, Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodee No. 19. Conventions

hftlrt 'ftvfirv iMondav. at 7:30 D. m., at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis

iting brothers. vm. uoDer,

Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. 3. ; Afl
WOOD3IEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always -welcome.
' F. J, (Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

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the same current you are now. consuming in carbon lamps
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Come in and let us demonstrate.

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Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.t
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting hrethern always welcome o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofiice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

' Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chanter No. 13. R. A. M., on the

fnnrtii THdav in every month at

7:30 p. m.r C. E. Connor, H. P..
Jake Brown, Secretary.

CONCORDL1 LODGE F. U. OF A.

Commercial Rank Block, on
Masnolia Street, West.

Post Box 518.. Local or
Lon Distance .Phone, 03

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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-

OCALA LODGB NO. CSC,

B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad

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AM now in business for myself.

tail bar and Mail Order House. 1 can give you the beet there

is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven

teen years in the business has taught me what the, pi

and I am supplying that want.
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mblic wants,

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

. To Make a Living.
The finer sentiments, religious, ar
tistic 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 tie place in
which to live. And this living must
of necef :y be the basis for any high higher
er higher 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, "5 it were, of our education.
Pure sparkling soda water In clean,
polishes glasses at KREGERS. 10-8

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

at per gallon . Cj

Good Old SO Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jug3
at per gallon. QQ

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per

gallon .

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Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
lesit'mtite honca.

Make my p!ace your headquarters, while in the city. You 'wlll.be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every -transaction
at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

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Letters Passed Around.
"Ferdy says he writes to 15C girls
regularly." "He doesn't mean that
iterally. He means that he writes to
)ne girl who goes to a seminary."

Speech of Little Value.
Nine-tenths of he things that have
been said might as well have been left
unsaid for all the benefit they are to
humanity. .'

Devil and Deep Gea.
Colonel Munroe in his "Expedltlca
With Mackey's Regiment" (to the Lot
Countries), printed in London In 1C37,
ays that his command charged upon
the Austrians and were some distance
ahead of the Swedish army. TLo
Swedish gunners did not elevate their
pieces, enough, and their shot fcec-n
to drop among Mackey's na, er3

that we wrere betvrecn tio
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We felt well repaid for our efforts with this
sale the first week, hence we want to give the
people another chance. There are thousands
of values awaiting you at this store.
A Patriotic Song will be given absolutely
free for the asking, on Monday, November 2nd.

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The first 150 customers entering our store after 9 a. m., we will sell an
IMPORTED JAPANESE RUG
Size 27x54 inches, a real 50 cent value, for

Only oiae fio a custtonicr 'Moffie tto cMMirem

Dress Goods at 10c per yd
Ratine, a real 25 cent value
Embroidered Eponge, a good 25 cent
value
Scotch Flannel, sells at 19 cents
Eden Cloth, a 19c value for shirts, etc.
100 Sq. Percale, fast colored, 19 cent
value
Kiddie Cloth, a 19c value for kids
Colored Plisse, a real 25c value
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
Made in America Week

Just Locik Wiiat $1 Will Buy
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15 yards Soft Finish Cambric, a
full yard wide, a real 10c yd value
25 yards, Unbleached Sea Island,
light weight, 28 in. wide, a good value
14 yards, Unbleached Sheeting, soft
finish, yd-wide, a real 10c value.
18 yards, Unbleached Sheeting, a
full yd-wide, a very good value.
15 yards Unbleached Sheeting, very
heavy: fine count, yd-wide, 10c value
15 yards 28 in. wide Outing Flan Flannels,
nels, Flannels, assorted colors, a 10c yd value.
Come and compare values during
Alade In America Week

Prices in print doesn't give an idea of what values we really Save for you.
greatest ever offered at this time of thu year.
50-inch Black and White Shephard Checks, a real 50 cent
values, at per yard only .... i,
36-inch Half Wool Serge, all colors, a real 65 cent value,
at per yard only --- -'
36-inch Half Woo J Serge, all colors, a real 39 cent value,
at per yard only
42-inch Mohair, all colors, plain and fancy, a usual 60
cent value, at yer yard only: .....
38-inch All Wool French Cream Serge, a good 75 cent
value at per yard only .
56-inch All Wool Serge. Black and Navy only, goods you
pay $1.50 for, at per yard only.... ...... 1
36-inch All Silk Messalines, all colors, our usual $1.00
value, at per yard only ..
26-inch Messalines, All Silk, all colors, our 75 cent grade
at per yard only....... .,...-. ..'
Special lot of W orsted Dress Goods, all color s, values to
29 cents, at per yard only- ---.- ..-. .- ...-..--.
28-inch Outing Flannels, all colors, a fair 10 cent value,
at per yard anly. .-.... ..::.-. --.-- ...
36-inch Extra Heavy Canton Flannel, a usual 15 cent val value,
ue, value, atper yard only ......
Riverside Plaids, the best of its kind made, sells at 9c C
atperyard only.... L.'
A large assortment of Quilt Calicoes, values at 6c, at
per yard only.-..- ; V.. ........... ....

They are the
20c
43c
27 c
39c
49c
98c
79 c
59c
12c
7c
10c
1-2c
4c

Read J:he Specials in this Advertisement

Hiigjttestt Quslifiy
Q Lo west Prices

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contract, or net. After a -very

discussion it was agreed that all bid bidders
ders bidders on the 'plutrDbing at the time of
letting the plumb-ins contract should
'be 'written as to -wbether -they includ included
ed included the in-ice of the smeter in their es estimates
timates estimates of .material to .furnish ct not.
The matter of the gas -pipe in the do domestic
mestic domestic science department was to be
settled later. In the matter of the
plumbing in the toilets it was agreed

to go iDy tno sKeicn or me arcniieci.
and his interpretation off the same.
About the slioes 'for the water con conductors
ductors conductors it was agreed to allow for
the -differences in the price of thbse
in use and thc&e specified. In the
matter of cast iron pipe toeing used

it iwas agreed to take the matter
up with tMr. Eames. In the matter
of rents in two teacher's toilets it
was claimed that they .were accord according
ing according to catalog.
fThe request--foT extra teachers in
the Ocala soTiool was irefused.
rrhe secretary twas instructed to
write a letter to Dir. Chas. Sei??,
president of the Now South. Home &
Farm Co., and igive a true state state-iment
iment state-iment of the assistance they liad 5n
the matter of school 'building in the
county in the places wfcesre they ihad
colony lands and siet tiers.
lit was agreed to draw a warrant
.for )Mr. Cam for use in paying ex expenses
penses expenses connected with the dormitory

work.
It was agreed tfaat the haisrman
and secretary should make up finan financial
cial financial statements for Ocala and Thin Thin-ne:llon
ne:llon Thin-ne:llon districts on fThursday follow following.
ing. following.
rrhe following ibills were audited
and oTdered paid from county funds:

(A. B. IMoore, for work on domitory,

$(25:95; CVIts. O. L. Bachelder, ;for loan
with interest at 7 per cent, payable
quarterly and warrant payable one

j-ear irrom date. S 1,000: the same

tpaivty lor same purpose payable "two
years from date, ''$1,000 ; the same

from same parity tfor sarnie purpose
payable .three years from date, $1, $1,-000;
000; $1,-000; Judge Wright, for work on
Ocala (building)' $1.25; Elizabeth
Thomas, .for ofFice help, $10.50; J. A.
M3orri9 Jr., for (painting at dormitory;
$15; J. G. (Morris, foa' painting at
dormitory $1'5 ; J. iH. Brinson (for of office
fice office expense, $13.95; J. H. iBrinson,
if or salary, $150; M. L. Payne, trus trus-te5
te5 trus-te5 if or iloan .for one year at 7 per
cent '.interest payable quarterly $200;
M. CL. Payne, trustee, for interest on
loan of $8,200 'for one quarter, $143. $143.-'50;
'50; $143.-'50; iW. J. iBdiwards, for interest on
loan $43.75; Ocaia Plumbing and
Ulectrlc Co., ifar payment on plumb plumbing
ing plumbing on Ocala (building, : 9 9 2,20; D.
A. IHill, for digging rsVell at Anthony,
$20; John (Fogeilstrom, for work on
Suaumerfield colored sohool (house,
$33.25; same for :work on ENlL Pelier
colored school (buildini;, $16.93;
(Fred CBirown, iwork on Summers eld
orvip-id .br"dlnr:. $42.50; J. W.

u4 i1-cn for -V-f "a rn, dcrmitcry,
$30; I?Lentz 1 ibcr Co.; for iumrjer
for IFureka "buiidina:. $i243.06; 'Henry
. ji'le"!, ;fr- 'havMn? de?ks S.75; Rntz
Lf.irrrer Co., '.ir dumber :i"or TSlt. Pe Pe-lie.r
lie.r Pe-lie.r .bulldog, $126.02; Ocala (Star for
printing, $19; John IM. Oranam, for'
treasurer's commission, $18.88; E. E.
Conrse for luimber for Coin school
$1.80; 'E. IE. Converse for desks for
CUt. Taibor school, :$26.10; IE. E.
Converse for desks for Hlog Pond
school, $11.60; 'E. IE. Coi verse for
lumber for iBelleview, $2.90; 'Levi
Alexander, for payment on (Howard
Academy contract, $2030,26; E. E.
Converse, for desks fcr llartin
sc;hx)l, $12.56; same for desks for
Clarksville school, $39.75; Ocala
Star, for printing (grade floooks and
report cards, $58.2i5; E. E. Con Converse
verse Converse for lumoer for Sulphur
Springs, $3.88; same for material
for new Ocala tbuilding, $10.26; same
for desks for Cum Springs school,
$19.08; W. D. Carn, for pr diem
and mileage $16.20; B. R. Blitdh, for
same, $19.20; J. S. Crantham, for
same, $19.80; sB. tR. Blitcfh for
special trips to Homeland and Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship $10.40; Ocala Iiiimfber &
Supply Co., for material for Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship new .building, $53; same for
Summerfield colored school, $68.60;
IMclver and IMacKay for furniture for
dormitory, $4'5.95; same for mops
and plaster of Paris for work on dor dormitory,
mitory, dormitory, $.5'5; same for repair mater materials
ials materials for dormitory $50; :?ame for
furniture for 'Xorth Ocala, school,
$14.57; same for incidentals, $.'50;
same for furniture for dormitory,
$ IS 5.1 3; (Marion 'Hardware Co., for
material for new building at 'JBure 'JBure-ka,
ka, 'JBure-ka, $19.89; IStambrogh & Cook, for
pump and pipe for (Eureka, $4; 31.
L. JMcQuaig, for 'building new house
at -Eureka, $110.00; F. S. lyong &

tank at Goin school, ? 3 4.05; same
for repair material for dormitory,
$15.45; Marion Hardware Co., for
building material for Summerfield
and fMt.Pelier cplored schools, $.S6;
same for repair material for Turner
iFarm, $4.-61; W, iD. Carn, for amount
paid for labor in cleaning dormitory,
$13.95; Ocala Seed Store, for mater material
ial material for Ocala new jbuilding, $17.45;
H: &. W.-B. Trew Co., for furniture
for Bunnellon, $14 6.65; t Clarion
fHardware Co., for building materi tl

Parker, for donation to

Co., for corner stone for Ocala 'high
school building, $91,18; LMarion
Hardware Co., for repair material
for Derby, $1.50; Carl Wentzel &
'Son, for work on new Fellowship
ibuilding, $71; iMarion Hardware Co.,
for furniture for dormitory, $22.52;
same for material for new tMt. Pelier
school, $39.13; same for same, $22. $22.-45;
45; $22.-45; iAshley Sheet ;Metal "Works, for

for Fellowship. $3; Dunn el Ion Sup

ply Co., for material for 'Dunnellon
new (building, $105.25; American
Seating Co., for freight prepaid on
-Dunnellon furniture, $15.35; same
for furniture for. Dunnellon, $5C1;
H. &. W, OB. Drew Co., for furniture
for Thinnellon, $105; (S. IH. Walfcup,

for roofing material for Boardman

colored school, $17.89; Commercial

Bank for interest on warrants, $G5.29

H. &. W. B. Irew Co., for apparat apparatus
us apparatus at Belleview, $57.60; same for

furniture for iXorth Ocala primary

school, $53.48; Ocala Telephone Co.",

for pnone service, $10.50; (White
tar iLine Transfer Co., for leaver

board, Ocala blaols boards, $9.60;
iEsther 'A. Williams, for traveling
expenses as colored supervisor of in industrial
dustrial industrial work, $5.35; E. W. Creider,
'for work on desks and iblackboard at
'Derby school, -$9.30; G. 8. Bcott,
for insurance on Ocala Jbuilding,

$195; American Seating Co., for
desks for Ocala high school, $873.30;
Arthur Cad son, for work on tMt. Pe Pelier
lier Pelier colored school, $9.50; J. W.
Aiken for plumbing for dormitory
$19.45; .F. Si. lHarp, for Oiauling
tbuilding material for .Eureka, $.25.97
J. T. Hutcnins, for work on iRomeo
'liouse, $13; Frank Thomas for work
on Ocala desks, .$1.20; White Star
Transfer Co, for .hauling desks at
Ocala, $1; ;Dunnellon Development

Co., for repair material for (Buck
Pond sohool, $47.(55; M. iL. McQuaig,
for repairs at Fort iMscCoy,-: $8; .T. L.
iHolly, for. same $3.10; J. S. Cran Crantham
tham Crantham for .building material for Eu Eureka,
reka, Eureka, $10.48; W. J, Crosby;, for -re

pairs at Citra, $10,97; J. G. Morris,
for painting on domitory, $12.95; J.

tH. Ttoirms, for work on tNorth Ocala

furniture, $1.25 Frank Thomias, for
work at. Ocala ihigh school, .building,
$2.50; B. B. Brinson, for lhauling
desks for' 'Mill Creek school, $3; E.
vE.' Converse for repair material for
Denby school, $7.40; Ceorge Nelson,
for work on Ocala desks, $2175; J.
P. ISchu'ster, for work at Ocala (high
school, $13 ; W. H. Hotbinson, for

same, $2.7'5; 'D. J. Williams for same

$12.25; Art Jones for same $3.60; A.

J. Brigance, f or same, $10.50; Eliza-

ibefch mhomas for office work, $10.50;

tH. tB. iMasters Co., for equipment

for HowaTd (Academy, $31,32; Cor-

ic'on S. Scott, for insurance permit

tor Ocala primary building, $7.50;

W. J. Walters, deed to one-half in

terest in colored school 3ot at ODuu-

nelion. $125: J. !D. iRobertson, for

saime, $125; C W. (Xeville, for sun-

,-v exTens-es at Dunnellon, $114.79;

TJie fcllictwing accounts were ordered
ipaii from, distriot funds: On Ocala,
Albert Johnson, for work on new
'building '$5; J. Rollins, for same on
desks, $8.10; J. P. Schuster, for ssame
$12, A. J. IBrigance for same, $1 0.-50;
J. H. cMdChael, work on ihlgh school
windows, $1.25; iRufus !Kir;by, for
hauling $.'50; W. T. Cary, for ad advance
vance advance for incidentals, $150; P. D.
O'Dell for second payment on con contract
tract contract for North Ocala primary 'build 'building,
ing, 'building, $2,004.24; same for Ocala pri primary
mary primary school, $4,267.95; Jno. 01. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, for treasurer's commission on
bor:d money, $43; tMark & Shaftall,
for contract for architect for high
school, $1,097.16; Ocala (Seed tore,
for incidentals for Howard lAcademy,
$8.10; iH. "B. "Masters Co., for came
$5.25; Commercial iBank for inter interest
est interest on 'warrants held, $1; Mclver &
GIaICay, for material at high school
$i2.80; S. tH. Christian, for drilling
sewer well at high school, $396; F.
W., 'Long & Co., for payment on con contract
tract contract for high school $9;66S.21; At At-ilanta
ilanta At-ilanta Steam (Heating Co., for pay payment
ment payment for heating at high school, $1,' $1,'-989.40;
989.40; $1,'-989.40; Mclver and ftf acKay, for fuel
for testing heating at high school,
$9.96; On (Mcintosh, for Christian &
Dickson Co., for incidentals, $2.90;
On (3elleview, Cale & -Nott, for mater material
ial material lor repairs, $7.60; J. 'D. Howell,
for lahor and incidentals, $9.39;
Belleview Trading Co., for incident incidentals,
als, incidentals, $3.80; On Dunnellon, iRand, UIc UIc-Nally
Nally UIc-Nally & Co., for apparatus, $23.80;
Dunnellon iDevelopment Co., for
hauling desks, $5;50; G. W. Xeville,
for sundry incidental expense, $8.05;
On tReddick, H.iB. blasters Co., for
incidentals, $1; On Pine '.bevel, 'Leon 'Leonard
ard 'Leonard Jtedding for iboarding tocher
$5; Ceorge Turner, for filling up cis cistern,
tern, cistern, $2.50; On Citra, W. J. Crosby,
for repair at school house, $18.62;
On iBuck Pond, E. 'E. Converse,1 for
lu-mToor for repairs, $1.25; On Cand Candler,
ler, Candler, J. :X. Marshall, for cleaning and
repairs cn school house, $8.85; On
Electra, H. B. blasters Co., for inci inci-der..tals
der..tals inci-der..tals $1.30; On Fort King. The
'Murray Co., for books and pen?,
17.4 5; The ;IMurray Co., for inci incidentals,
dentals, incidentals, $1.G5; On Cotton Plant, The
(Murray Co., for hooks, $3.92; J. F.

'H crucial!'

school on building, $75; II. B. (Mas (Masters
ters (Masters Co., for incidentals. 5,10; On
Orange 'Lake, D. H. iBurry, -for inci incidentals.
dentals. incidentals. $8.33; On Pedro, III. '.B. Bias-.
iters Co., for roll of wire, $4.50; Oa
Summerfield, iH. B. 'Masters for cray- -ons
and erasers, $1.50; Xathan M.i M.i-yo,
yo, M.i-yo, for incidentals, $5.90; On Home Homeland,
land, Homeland, The iMurray Co., for books and
supplies, $10.14; J. F. Parker for
-wood, $10; Ocala Seed store, for in in-cdenta2s,
cdenta2s, in-cdenta2s, $1.40; The JMurray Co.,
for books, $5.72; G. "W. S'erille, for
insurance premium, $22.50.

The following amount "wajs ordered
paid from county funds for salaries
of teachers ? 3,540 and from district
funds for same $240.
The treasi;rers report for August
and September iwere checked over
and found to he apparently correct.
It -showed for the county receipts
during September $2,425.38, dis disbursements
bursements disbursements $2,423.49, balance $1.89.
For the dictricts there -was a (balance
and" receipts for the month of$44, of$44,-595.55,
595.55, of$44,-595.55, disbursements of $9,337, (bal (balance
ance (balance $35,258.55.
So other ibusiness appearing the
hoard adjourned to meet on Wednes

day iXovember 4, 1914 in regular
session, the Tuesday being general
election day.
J. H, iBrinson, Secy.

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when we first started
to ma!:e Paraxon Rib-

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best zl whatever cc:t.
There wss a special reason
the Remington Typewrite r.
Wc make the Remington
and vvc make the ribbon. We
started to make the ribbon for
the Remington. Nq writinsr
machine can do better vork
than its ribbon, therefore" none
but the best ribbon is : good
enough for the Remington
Typevritcr.
So you see that Paraxon
Ribbons had to be the best
not only for their own cike but
for the machine's sake. Thit
double incentive has produced
the best rrhbon the ribbon
that outsells itutt alt.

Of course there re ether
reasons for Paragon Ribbon
. leadership.. We are the type- -writer
ribbon manufacturers
with the best facilities, and the
most complete knowledge of
the qualities in a ribbon that
typewriter ussrs want and
how to produce what they
wa'nt. But all. of these reasons
have followed from the first.
It was Remington leadership
which demanded and produced
Paragon leadership.
But do cot think that the
Paragon Ribbon is simply a
Remington affair. What the
Paragon Ribbon has done for
the Remington, it has done,
incidentally, for every other
tvriting machine. Paragon
Ribbons, of absolutely uniform
quality, are made for all makes
of typewriters.
Send for cur new illustrated booklet,
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OCALA OCCURRENCES f
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(All office supplies at -The (Murray
Company.

fllh-e latest
Company.

novels at The (Murray

The
Eire.

very latest novels

at KREU-10-5

IJoautiful line of new stationery,
at The jMurray Company.

The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf

LYIusic of all kinds at The 'Murray
Company.

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weibe, official observer for the gov government,
ernment, government, v

Purity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY dn drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions here.
Hitting & Knight, druggists.

)Ir. Alfred Reck Is spending today
with his aunt, iMrs. Charles Mathews,
and family at Candler.. tf

. Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist,
Ear, Xosc nnd Throat. Office
Library Building, Ocala. -Adv.

Eye,
Law

High grade toilet articles of all
kinds, soaps, perfumes, powders,
etc., at (Bitting & Knight's, the drug druggists.
gists. druggists.

Dr. C. B. Ay er expects to soon
build a nice residence on ."his lot on
Port King.

You need a few seeds to plant in
the garden at (home! We iiave fchem
in all kinds, and fresh ones, too.
Bitting & Knight, druggists..

Mr. H. .H. Kemp, one of our tousti tousti-ing
ing tousti-ing traveling men, returning f rom a
(trip south as far as Tort Myers, says
.business Ss good.

Messrs. W. H. iMoRainey, of Wdld Wdld-twood,
twood, Wdld-twood, and D. iH. Baker, of Orange
iHome.two prominent Sumter county
ttw5Ti tp in town itodav.

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In Judge Smith's office last night,

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I do not say, 'because cotton is not
my sbusdness, dtrot I do call the at attention
tention attention of -Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tooac Tooac-co
co Tooac-co Chewer, wihtj fbuys a pound f my
El TroDico -Havana Cigar Clippings

tor 40 cents (which equais fifty good

cigars) to the fact that you will find
pipe smoking a pleasure. .Or if you
are fond of chewing, you will find
this tobacco pure, unadulterated, be being
ing being my own product, the clippings
of my cigar (factory cut up and the
dust abstracted therefrom, and cbn cbn-caining
caining cbn-caining a combination, of. pure cigar
Jeaf 'tobacco that costs as high as
$ 4 a pound. A trial ,will convince
you This to1acco ds put up in 2, 4,

8 and 16 ounce packages.
Yours truly,
EL TJSOPICO CIGAR FACTORY
CHARLES PEYSER,
1 0-28 Proprietor.

A EV OVERULM) CAR

LNlessrs. fBoole ana ilioney came

last evening from Jacksonville, luring

tag for 'Messrs. Knight & 'Lang the
first of the handsome new, 191

Overland automobiles.

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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. :- ' I. ".
We invite you to make this bank your bank and enjoy the protection
it gives to its depositors,

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- :Eesoiirceo Over Hail'A;Ba!IIIon i
ACTIVE XJL S. DEPOSITARY.

tt9M9Olfllltlt fed $S98lltf(IMl((lllIVBfl)i
4(iitt eo e a t m-m 0 0 0 .. 0 e

Forecast

for this Evening
Tomorrow

and

iFor. Florida:
Sunday.

Fair tonight

and

The .band concert last night was
imost enjoyable and largely attend attended.
ed. attended. The lair rwas somewihat crisp, but
that made no difference tto those
(who were twell wrapped arp. The
members of the band have done
nobly, v and the Star (hopes that next
year rwe will mot Ihave so imuch de delay
lay delay iin giving them ta tart.

Mr. J. Pearson bloody, who grew

to manhood in ithis city, but who. is

now located at Geneva on the Lake
Okeechobee extension of the Florida
Bast Coast "Railway, i3 in the city to today
day today with his brother, s Adeibert. Mr,
bloody says the extension is com completed
pleted completed from fllaytown to Okeechobee,
a distance of 126 miles, but iwill be
extended further south of Okeecho Okeechobee
bee Okeechobee at once. This is fhe first rail railroad
road railroad to 'penetrate the heart of .the
real south Florida section, opening
up a rich territory that has (hereto (heretofore
fore (heretofore been more than 60 miles from
the nearest railroad.

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the iudse nnlted in marriage, Ir

W. EH. Snelling to Qliss Edna IcDeanJut of season.

The young couple iwere from 'Lowell,
;but will make their Oiome in, Bartow,

Messrs. June and Lester Perkins
and EL. W. Wilson, ifrom eas of the

f jriver rwere (before Judge (Smith this

tnorning charged with killing game

They were discnarged

for lack of evidence.

(Marshal -rdams requests to cor correct
rect correct the report that a' shopkeeper
was awakened the other night iby a
fburglar trying to ibreak in 'his front
door. It was a policeman, w'ho. was
trying the door to see if it was safe.
The (marshal "has (been aip all night
every night recently and the onJy rea reason
son reason 'he "hasn't captured the offender
is that he isn't ubiquitous as well as
vigilant.

'Governor Traanmell left early this
morning for IRaiford to inspect the
prison farms, later going to Lake Lake-iland,
iland, Lake-iland, iMs old boyhood fhome, to spend

Sunday.

WISHED SHE
COULD DIE
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
but Finds Better Way.

At Least One.
"Every one has some secret sorrow,"
eays a philosophizing friend. "Even
the fattest and jolliest of us has a
skeleton in hi3 midst."

Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, ot this place.
"I wished f would die and be relieved
of my (suffering, from womanly troubles.
I could not get up, without pulling al
something to help me, and stayed in Ded

most ot the time. 1 could not do my
bouseworlc
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally, I
took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nature not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were .wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of woman)
trouble, take Cardui. It will help you.
At all druggists.
Write 1ot Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladier
AdTisory Dept.. Chattanooea, Tenn., for Sptciai
, Inttructiens on your case and 64-pasr book, "Home
Treatment for Women," in plain wracper. N.C 123

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED

by local applications, as they cannot

reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There Is only one nfcay td cure

deafness, and that is 'by constitution

al remedies. Deafness is caused by

an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the (Eustachian tube. When
this tube Is inflamed rou can hear a

rumbling sound or imperfect hearing

and when it Is entirely closed, deaf

ness is the. result, end oinless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can ibe 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 tbut an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the anucous sur

faces.

We -will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by

Hall s. Catarrh Cure. Send for cir

culars. free. P. .J Cheney and Co.,

Toledo, Ohio.. Sold by all druggists,

75c. Take 'Hall's Family Pills for

constipation. adv

j IM. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,

says he had taken his weight in med

icine for headache and constipa

tion, 'bi t never used anything that

did him so much good as Chamber

lain's Tablets. For sale by all

dealers. adv.

School Teacher's Mission.

, To capture, the citadel of a child's

mind through ky e and sympathy i to

lead pupils toward higher ideals of

life and duty; to establish closer re

lations between home and school and
state; to exalt puilty of life and con conduct;
duct; conduct; to strengthen the moral tone of
the community ; to makes V good men
and women ; to establish ahd dignify
the .profession of teaching f to make
education attractive;' to magnify the
state; to meet the need for educated
citizenship ; such is the exalted mis mission
sion mission of the teacher. Hon. Charts R
Skinner,

We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King Avenue,
which must be sold within next sixty days-;-party has to have the money
Better see us quick. f
We also have one or two other small propositions in the office which are
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or .write.

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' WOOiD YOU BEIilEVE IT
People often accept statements

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People often accept statements
with a sort of mental reservation as

much as to say, 'I am not convinc

ed." which leads us to remark that

there is nothing that will so thor-

ughly satisfy you of the excellence

of Chamberlain s Cough Remedy as
a personal trial. fMrs. John 'FIshtou,

Peru, Ind., who used this remedy in
her family for the last ten years,
says of it, "I always give Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough (Remedy to my children
when sick with coughs or. colds. I
like it better than any other because
they take it willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It ihas never .; failed
to give immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv.-

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale

For Rent and Similar Local Heeds

Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mer.
Funeral Directors

AND
Licensed Embamers

f Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.
X All work given our personal
V attention and guaranteed fully.
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
t OCALA, FLORIDA.
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All In the Vision.
Some people think that everything
n the world is twisted and corrupt,

and that no human being can be

trusted. Others who are. wiser feel

very ainerentiy aDout 11. as icusiud

SLys: "In all things throughout the

world, the men who look for the

crooked will see the crooked, and the

man who looks for the straight will

ee the straight

A PERTINENT QUESTION
The -question has been asked, "In

what way are Chamberlain s 1 ablets
superior to pills?" The answer is,

They are more mild and gentle in

effect and more reliable. Be sides

they improve the appetite, cleanse

and invigorate the stomach, correct

disorders of the liver and leave the

bowels in a natural and healthy con

dltion, .while the nse of pills, owing

to their drastic effecfi is often fol

lowed nv const i nation." For sale by

all dealers. Adv.

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

OR SALE Sawed cedar : posts, all

heart, any quantity. George W.

Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

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FOR RE.XT A ten room house, fur

nished; well located, close in:

modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf

v jix Lower nat ror. rent on

Oklawaha avenue. All modern
convenience. Apply .Mrs. B. .
Blackburn, v 428 v Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 3 0-23- 12t

FOR SAUE. Porcelain-lined re

frigerator; eight division walls to
save ice; cost $32 .wholesale; Aised
six anonths; price $ 25. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Company, west B road way.
10-2 8-4 1

t un iUJ.Nd fi'wo trumisnea rooms
for light housekeeping; first

floor, electric lights and gas. Ap-

Tilv 213 Oldawaha ave. 1ft-f4-fir

a K I MI BALL
lira omip Ihome

IBUSIXES3 OPPORTUNITY

will sell, lease 01 rent the Busy

man s junca bulqq on gooa easy

terms. See Jos W. Iodge
-10-30 2t :

1 uic ittiA 1 iuwo aurnisnea rooms

Xor light housekeeping, all modern

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This is the last call. Every article in the
store, including the fixtures, must b 3 closed
out within the next ten days. I still have on

hand
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rants,

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at the Bankrupt store in

Block a splendid line of Men'

Shoes, Hats, Shirts, UiiJ-ji'vear,

Hosiery, Tiesr Etc., that can be had at almost
your own price. You'll be surprised at the
LOW PRICES ON BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS.
Remember, this is positively the last call, as I
am forced to vacate the store in ten days.

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NOTICE
Pay Your 1015 licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. 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

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Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4x30 P. M. PHONC 333

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conveniences. Phone 494 or cal

at 614 'East 'Adams St. 10-3 0-4 1
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.