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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, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914

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Washington, Nov. 3. The staie
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ibassador am-ibassador has given assurances that
naval stores will not be considered
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ain Brit-ain and are open in the same manner
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THE TUIR1S AXD AILJS
Cairo, iXov. 3. Ofartial law (has
(been 'rocl aimed throughout Egjpt
today. Qlany Turks and oihetaiiens
are (being arrested and reported. It
ds reported that great Turkish forces
are concentrated on the 'frontier for
an invasion. t

CHmlnal Indictments Against Direc Direc-'
' Direc-' j .? tors of a 'Big Jlaliroad
Corporctioa
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.Cew York., Nor. 3. Criminal in indictments
dictments indictments -were returned yesterday
"bytho United (States grand 'jury
aglnst twenty-one directors of the
-New York, New tHavenand Hartford
lliallroad company, including, Wil Wil-tllam
tllam Wil-tllam tReckefeller, TneoorC IN". Vail,
Oeorge (P. Baker, William tSklnner,
Charles IP. Brooker and John' 1.
Ballard. The indictments charge
conspiracy In violation of the Gher Gher-(man
(man Gher-(man anti-trust law to monopolize
cammerce. 'Und er section itwb of the
1 a w.; jaii d er which t hey -were re tu rn rn-ed,
ed, rn-ed, the maximum penalty upon con conviction
viction conviction is one year's inrprisonment
and $5,000 fine. t. f

(Berlin, Nov. 3. Steady Gernia)i
gains In the camfpaign having Calais,
as its Objective point, is announced
here today. It is also announced
.that the (heavy attacks now nelng
made ; by fresh German troops will
triumph In the end and military ex experts
perts experts pred let "that ; the war will ibe
won Iby Germany. t
f ''German troops concentrated for
the Calais campaign, says a state statement
ment statement at 'midnight, "have driven the
enemy back twenty (miles in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of Ypres. The resistance of
the allies appears to Jbe 'weakening
and they are imaking desperate ef-

fforts to re-H their depleted ranks."

ILleut. Gen. Karl Von iMeyer, of

the CHanover troops, was .Tcilled in

battle, October 28th. :,

SUmLRIXK RETURNED SAFELY

"Berlin, iNov. 3. An: official an

nouncement today states that the

German-; sulbmarine (which sanlc the
British rwarship i (Hermes In the lng-

Iish channel Sunday, "has returned

to tfeq-fort dn safety. iHer command

er and crew were : decorated rwith
ironcrosses. i

GOT AWAY' WITH THE GOEBEN

ATTACK

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A BRITISH SHIP

ilondon, 'Sov. 3. It if; officially
announced hy the admiralty that .the
British cruiser fMinerva has Ibom Ibom-barded
barded Ibom-barded the forts of the .Turkish town
of LAkaha ;and destroyed the ihar-racks-
The troops there :are fbelieved
to he under command of German of officers.
ficers. officers. Akaba is a town, on t!ie Gulf of
Akaba, nvhich opens into the IRed
Sea about .100 miles southeast of
Suez.

Russian Fortifications were too

y Strong for the Turko-German
Cruiser

Petrograd, 'Nov. 3. LA dispatch

from Sevastopol says that the form

er German 'cruiser Goeben's bomb bomb-ardment
ardment bomb-ardment of that 'Black Sea fort rwas

put to an end by the Constantino w-

skawa batteries. M-hich forced the

warship to withdraw.

CUT OFF COaOIUNICATION

FLEEI g

I FEAR

VXLI1GERS DRIVEIvT 1HOM THEIR

HOMES BY ERUPTION OF
VESUVIUS
(Naples, iNov. 3. iAill the villages
rwithin a ten-mile rradius of iMount
Vesnv-his are depopulated as the re result
sult result of the volcano's continued erup eruption.
tion. eruption. Wore than 8,000 popIe slept
In open fields last night.

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Petrograd, Nov. .3. The tAtrmy

Paris, Nov. 3. That the allies

'hfild moRitions In (western iBelsium

aiessenger states, that the left wing and northastern iFrance that are

of the German army that attempted 1 practically impregnable, was

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;AE3AL IS CLEAR

BITCH WAS FREED OF CORA

LUA SlbElN A FEW BAYS
Washington fN'ov. 3. -The remov removal
al removal within five days of ithe enormous
mass of earth and rock which slid
into the Culehra cut in the Panama
canal on the night of October 14, is
regarded as a remarkable feat, and
Gov. Goethals was greatly pleased
with the results accomplished.

to make the capture of .Warsaw, has claim made today iby French oClcers
(been driven iback across the TRuscian who have just returned from the
.frontier into "Posn. The spirits of front on ai, military mission. They
the Gemian "soldiers are greatly de- declare that the German; offensive
pitched. I ' 4 cnovcment 'iio matter ihow aggrecsive
;On the Suwa3ki iront ithe Ulnssians will be nnaible to break through, the

Siave securely established fthetaselves c31ies (front." :
Inside the Prussian frontier. They The firry of the attacks around
have ialrpn possession of the ikaiser's Ypres are now (believed to (have been

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IIEIiP FOU THE HUNGRY

(Fainlne-Stiic&fcn People of Europe

Will be F'ed by the Rockefeller
Foundation

New York, Nov. 3. The Rocke

feller "(Foundation has determined to Nieuprt.

inspired by the' ipresence of the Gci

cnaa csipcror. Tho Is reported to

hare 'Visited the twar zone to infuse1
spirit Into"-hii soldiers.1
, The allies are still juichfns for

ward 5n the. direction of Courtrai,

and there is' severe fighting 'in tfcs

territory, .bfonnded tby Iixmraae,

Ypres; CVIenln, Courtrai, TThielt and

AWIED TROOPS ADVANCING

War in the East has Put a Kink in

Telegraph Company's Wires

New York, Nov. 3. The Postal

Telegraph-Cable Company announc

ed yesterday afternoon tbat tele telegraphic
graphic telegraphic camimunication with Turkey
in Asia, Turkey In Europe and the
Turkish islands had .been Inter Inter-rupted.
rupted. Inter-rupted. Telegrams are now .being accepted
try the Postal for points in Germany
rauted thru the Tuckertown, N. J.,

wireless station.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

JFor chapped, cracked skin, use
delightfully soothing Rexall cream

of almonds. Gerig's ad tf

PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT

OF iMEXICO ft LAY BE EULAXiIO
GU1TERIUZ!ARRANZA AN-v
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; iMexico City, Nov. 3. 'When no notified
tified notified at .'PueSbla that the Aguas
Calientes convention had nominated

Eulallo Gulterrez for provisional

president'of IMexico, General Carran-

za made the following statement:

"If 'he is a patriotic man and
worthy, I am twilling to retire when
it is evident that iny retirement will
serve the hest interests of the coun country.'
try.' country.' 'A crisis has ibeen reached in
the international affairs of the con constitutionalists."
stitutionalists." constitutionalists."

employ its immense resources for re

lief of non-com'batants in the coun

tries adiqted toy the n,var It stands j .Paris, Nov. -t-4t 4s officially an-

ready to give.. 'millions 6f dollars; If j n6unced that the Germans' ; have

necessary.". x.fThls Vas announced 1 -abandoned the left bank of the Yser

last night Iby John ID. (Rockefeller, before Dixmude and that tho allied

Jr., president of the 'Foundation. troops have recaptured crossing
The foundation will send a com- poins on that stream to the south of
mission to iEurope in a few days to 'Dixmude and toward Cheluvelt. The

report as to how, when and wnhere allied advance is particularly appre-

aid can .be rendered imost effectively, jciable.

lAt a cost of $275,000 it already
has chartered a ship and loaded it

Oo nrt De!! : Tax on Pnllnmi Cor.i-

t"T'J Is Cfenitltctipnal
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KVn'urrtcn, xov. 2. The Tlsr-

Ida p-rlor" crd. sleeping car tax la up

hc!d ns ccnctitutlcnal Tjy ths su

premo ccut t Th e JF1 or I :I a eta tu tc ;

fraposed .a lax ct $1.50 upen kcjza

$100 of 'igrcs'srcceipts of: etatc tbusl-'

nc;3 ct ipnrlcr 'and sleeping car-cc:n--
panies.v;''';;:'-f'- ,l.c;ifrA v- :

j p- i2, statute 'placing a tar;
of fl.uu upon each $100 of grc '5 re
ceipts of the Pullman company fnr
Florida was passed -by the 19 H z iz iz-slori
slori iz-slori Qf.t.V.e ScsiIature. Tlie Pullman
people Immediately ibesan. suit. It
was finally carried Into the supremo
court of1 the United States, (before
which,, as In the' lower courts, .the
state of Florida has been .represented
by LUtorney-Gcneral Thcnias F,
West.

provisions for!

AUSTRIAN'S CONTINUE
THEIR ADVANCE

wit& 4,0 00 -tons of

(Belgian relief. 7
This action is taken," (Mr. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller aid, "as a natural step in ful fulfilling
filling fulfilling the chartered purposes of the
iFoundation, namely, to promote the

well-being of mankind throughout I cess for Austrians In Galida wlth-

the world;" f out any decisive result In the fight-

; The ship Is the fMassapequa, the ing there, is announced In an omciai

largest vessel now in New. York har- statement issued 'here today IA dis

Krt- t win ia mrkT-nn o- Hiwt Latflh imiti iTVtid aoest referring to

Took 3Iany, Prisoners Ainong Them
; 5 Mongols and Tartars
Vienna, Nov.: 3. Continued suc-

TKOUBLE IN TURKEY

Petrograd Reports a Revolution and.
; the Sultan a- Prisoner
Petrograd, Nov. 3. A dlcpaicft
from Bucharest says a private a:i3 a:i3-scage
scage a:i3-scage received there rep6rts a rev revolution
olution revolution has fcroken out in Turkey,,
that the. war party seized the gov-'
ernment 'and the cultan has ibeen
made a prisoner by lEnver iParJia, the
war minister, (bccaua.he rcfuced. 1p

for TRotterdant with a certification the fighting at Turka, says w"i sanction tiie naval attack on llurchi

ffroTir t?h (RrUiRii vmciii hfrA ithn.t its i Russian soldiers thave ibeen taken!

cargo Is destined for use of Belgian prisoners, among tnem toeing mxiiy ITAIjY, EXIECTER TO GO IN

non-combatants only. The supplies J Mongols and Tartars

will ibe distributed by

. The purest and freshest of drugs
only are used in cur prescription de department,
partment, department, and you get the result
your physician ex-peots, if prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions are filled tby us. Bitting &
Knight, druggists. ; 10-31-tf

the Belgian

relief commission. :
Mr. 'Rockefeller has heen in com

munication with Ambassador Page
at London and made public a cable cablegram
gram cablegram in w'hich the ambassador de described
scribed described the dire need of the Belgians
and says: 'It will require a million
dollars a month for seven oV eight
months to prevent starvation."

BRITAIN WONT HOLD

COPPER CARRYING BOATS

Dr. W." K. Iiane Specialist, .Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. -, Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. -Adv.

Phone one four for drugs or any
thing In the druggist line. ,We will
give your, orders careful attention
and prompt delivery. Bitting 1 &
Knight, druggists. 10-3.1-tf

'Anniversary."

Another Cause for Friction Removed
Between England and Italy
' Washington, Nov. 3. Great (Brit (Britain
ain (Britain today notified the state -department
that the two Italian steamers
hearing copper from the United
States to Italian ports had keen re released.
leased. released. The names of the steamers
were not given hut It is assumer
they are the San Giovanni and Re Re-gina
gina Re-gina D'ltalia.
'Anniversary."

Proven by Lloyd's Insurance C
Imposiiif a Ifipcli Sea Premium,
London, "England, Nov. 3; A
premium of 60 guineas per cent.

was paid Lloyds yesterday to Insure

against a declaration of war by Italy
on one of the great powers before
the end of November. This high
rate indicates that the underwriters
regard the risk as considerable.

High-grade toilet articles of all
kinds, soaps, perfumes, powders,
etc., at i'Bltting & Knight's, the drug druggists.
gists. druggists. 10-31-tf

'Anniversary.'

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Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or Overcoats made by us
to your individual measure cost you only S15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to S20
more. I have been. making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as good clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.

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THE OC ALA EVENTXQ S1AU, TUESDAY, OlTniSR 3. 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEIi & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
11. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oca la, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PIIOXE 151

SI7BSCKIPTION KATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance....
Six months, in advance..
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advacce. .

.$5.00
. 2.50
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. .50

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

OUR MERCHANTS AXD THE FAIR

It is a matter of disappointment
to us that the business men of Ocala
as a class, do not show greater in interest
terest interest In our fair. En the older

states, (both north and south, where-

ever a small county .fair is theld the

one thing that impresses the stran

ger is the number of local concerns

that ihave on display .the best that

'their 'houses contain. Probably one-

(half of the progressive people of iMa-

rion county attend the fair annually.
This year a large proportion of the

(best pr?ople of Saunter will (be there.

These citizens represent the major
portion of those who spend their

money if or what the (merchants have

to sell. The opportunity of meet meeting
ing meeting your customers faee to face, of
becoming (better acquainted, of ad ad-'vertisiiig
'vertisiiig ad-'vertisiiig your goods and soliciting
trade frtxin new souiws is offered
you and you neglect -t'his chance of
promoting your (business interests.
Hundreds of dollars i aro expended jin
Dually by the imerclian 13 of cala in
advertising schemes &nd devices
that do not, and cannot Hiring, the re returns
turns returns tsliat it go od display during the
four dayg-of the fair will surely
come to every one ?who will act upon
this suggestion. IBesides yon are
ihelping support an institution cnain cnain-tained
tained cnain-tained for the sole pucpose of im improving
proving improving the ocraditlon "of those who
patronize the home 1n;titution.

mnoiA) by kckxkv

: The Wauhi eg ton. 'Pos, in a recen t
issue, lias the f ollowing :
Kipling, antist have beard of the
U send of iSilver Spring!! wheal he
"vrote iiii; -rearkaible 'poom 'The
Mary Closter remarked J. D.. Roon Roon--
- Roon-- secretory of the OasJi (iFlonida)
v3aard of. Trade. "Thei legend eff Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, Springs in reall y not a legend,
f or it is based on facts prova'ble by
unary persons now aivdng.- Until
ihrc years ago an cld ; aegress dived
-sit Silver" -Springs, and lie was one of
T'the principals in ehe tmgredy irivolv irivolv-ed.
ed. irivolv-ed. 'Aunt illy' was; (hufr name, arid
"she died at the age of 110 years.
"In ibrief, the Jegexd of Silver
Springs 'concerned 'the (tragedy of a
young woman, EBernice tXtayo, and her
Bweetheart, Claire 'Douglass. fftThen
Ocala 'was first settled one o!- the
finest norae stead s .was owned by Ca; Ca;-tain
tain Ca;-tain YHarding tltouglass, a South Car Carolina
olina Carolina planter of confide ruble weal th.

His bob Claire imet Bemice (Mayo, a

ifair daughter of Ftorida, tbeautiful

and good, and the two fell (in Jove. It

ture paid to Secretary fRooney at the
Fellowship racketing Friday. 5Ir.

iBassett said that .when tMr. iRooney

was in 'Washington a few weeks ag'y,

be invaded h is office, and Mr. a

set !had to take his choice (between

(promising to come to Marion county
for a 'visit or run the risk of being

kidnapped.
A GREAT DAY 'AT

ORANGE SPKIXGS

pearl. It vas. small tout ier'ect, and
worth the price of several stews. The

oyster came from -Crystal River,

which thriving place can furnish yo 1
not only with delicious bivalves 'but
a chance of getting youf aioney back
with big interest in -pearls. It is a
sort of a lottery, in 'which Crystal
River is not liable to prosecution by
the federal authorities.

state OF FJXUIIA r-
IS A MELOOX SHY

The people of Orange Springs are
(preparing to have a great festival at

that place fflhursday (day after to

imorrow ), and it will .be an occasion
for the people of that historic old

settlement and ifoeir neighbors to

remember for years to come.

Some of the most distinguished

men .in the state, nota'ly (Senator

.Fletcher, Congressman Clark, ez-

fMayor Jordan of Jacksonville and

oChera, will be present and make!

speeches. There will ibe one of the
"biggest baroecucs ever given in
iorida, and xory other w ay the day
will ibe one of festivity.
, (Special trains 111 ibe run from
(both the Ocala ar d' Palafc.ta ends of

the (Ocala (Xort3ie:r33;':'''taklit-rip0!ple

from the terminal a and every point
along the dine ; besides, hundreds

rwill go by iprivate conveys.nce.

Palatka is preparing to m end a big

delegation, and the Star svill be glad

if Ocala can do as well.

I Orange Springi; is a iretty and

-historic ?pot in on of the .best sec

tions of the state. For the past four

years it lias Ibeen (building Rip and re resuming
suming resuming its old-timo importance. As

many 01 our ipec pie as possiioie

should visit the juvena.4 ed town

and its. ibeautiiul surroundings

Tihursdaj".

(ilr. iilartin F. Schultes, of 'Buffalo,
representing the Cyphers Incubator
Company, was in the city IMonday
calling on the Grarion Hardware Co!,
the local agent for liis incubators.

(Mr. Schultes told the Star .man some something
thing something that is hard to Relieve, ;but he

stated that 'he obtained his informa information
tion information fromv the United States VoAern VoAern-ment
ment VoAern-ment statistics. The state of Flor

ida exported $24,000,000 and some

odd hundredths of thousands of cit

rus fruits last year, and imported

something over twenty-five million

dollars worth of (poultry and eggs.

fThis (brings up the idea that, with

one of the best poultry states in the
sUniion, where the (industry can be
carried on iwith iprofit any month in

the year, we are importing this vast

amount of poultry 'products annually
besades: all that we raise and use

within our own iborders.

aiomiEirs ciiUB meeting

THAT CIVIC CEXTE11

OTie completion of the handsome

school Ibuilding, (with its fine equip

meat -was cause for general congrat congratulation
ulation congratulation among out citizens,--hut the
school itself is tout a small part of

the .tbiings -xf which we are justly

proud. The attendance Is the larg

est in the history of the town, a

greater number of pupils registered
for the shigh school -work than ever
before, the corps of (instructors is
second to none in the state and we
count ourselves fortunate" to have
secured Professor Cassels 'as princi principal.
pal. principal. "... s
A step forward wihioh' wjll doj'otr
less result in great good is the or organization
ganization organization of a Mother's Cliib, which
meets every fortnight in the audi auditorium
torium auditorium of the sohool tbuilding to dis
cuss the practical needs of the chiTd chiTd-ren.
ren. chiTd-ren. At these meetings same spec specialist
ialist specialist 5s engaged to give short point pointed
ed pointed talks' uponi Tarious up-to-date
topics. fThe sahool (has medical in inspection
spection inspection and from this time. on will
employ a school nurse to wxrk in
connection 'with the Inspector. Tihis
is made possi3le .by the afflliation
with tlhe training (school of tSVIanion
County Hospital, from which the

majority in favor of improving the
light plant." Ocala grows 'wonder 'wonderfully
fully 'wonderfully and is making Hnany fine im

provements. (The people are pro progressive
gressive progressive and they have two splendid

allies in the newspapers paihlis4hed in

and for Ocala. Times-Union Short
Talks. t :
The Star had no complaint to
make of Short Talks who almost al al-ways
ways al-ways talks 'well'or keeps silent.

FEDERAL LAW ALL
AFFECT OCALV PEOPLE

, The new revenue lawthat goes in into
to into effect Dec. 1st, will affect a num number
ber number of Ocala people. 'Among them,
the Temple theater will have to pay
a:bout $75 per year and the pawn
(broker $50 per year. JSvery tobac tobacco
co tobacco and cigar dealer will 'have more
revenue 'license to pay than !he now
pays. The banks will have to pay
on their earning capacity. "Brokers
will :be taxed and the liquor dealers
must pay .more, though not "as a
lump "sum, '.but on goods as purchas purchased.
ed. purchased. There are many other- lines of
business and commodities that cwill
feel the new revenue law.

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nurses are to 'be secured. Tt.i3 a

!A picture of tho proposed civic splendid tihing .to see our two great

center is on exhibition art Burnett's public institutions thus working
window, .nd we sii by rtho Banner hand in (hand for tlie 'bettenment of

that the council, Ibv disposing of var- the town.
lous usec?ss and smi-uselcss pieces iAmong the niwest projects in the
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of city -rixjipeTty, iill Taiss the coin larger cities is supplying noi mncn-

to erect tiie same. ; en at midday Ifor Uhe Jhildren. rrhls
fThe Star Is no :!udge o iarohitect- too, is to .be inausrurated in Ocala by
aire, Shut it does nt seem 1 1x it that JMirsJiMary (Ellikyl:, rwhoie home is just
the proposed group of (buildings will aieross the campiis from the school
particularly impress anyfKK,. 3iilding. Mrs.-IJlllot is In evory
the dignity and prosperity of our rway capable of ding this important
city. They are doubtless the (best .work. She has oiiade a speciail study
that can he ibuilt for the Tiioney, but of food values, md wilt supply ihe

they are not much J more adequate 1 aliildren with rc-iholesome,

than the ones rwe nrw hani, flet alone ing, dainty ediblcr3
f nlflllinir !Hh E-reat exxyeotitlons that I irrice. (Her luncii

Mr. (R. u. Young, of the fljureau of
plant industry at Washington, 'D. C,

spent today in and around Ocala, In

vestigating the progress' made here

with the (growth of dasheen, coming

here especially for that purpose. So

far as we know, the only experiment

made here has ibeen that by Ulev. W.

J. Orago, two miles out on the An Anthony
thony Anthony Toad. From a half dozan tub tubers
ers tubers last year Gir. Crago has iuite a
large patch and it is looking fine and
yielding heavily. The department is
anxious to have a demonstration of
dasheen at the county fair this
month, and It twill probably be ar ar-ranged.,
ranged., ar-ranged., iMr. Young had photographs
of the big patch of dasheen at
sBrooksiille, planted on f airly irich
hammock land. The plants are f rom
four to six feet high and the yield
was, at .the last gathering, at the
rate of 290, hushels'of tubers to. the
acre.' He said (that the recorcl that
ther'depar-tarient had made -wan '225
bushels from .half an acre. ThB
dasheen tuber Hooks like a huge ar artichoke,
tichoke, artichoke, ratlier -than a .potato, Is
shaped like a. very, sshort, thiek egg,
is rough and corrugated, and when
boiled or baked' has a taste some-'
thing between an Irish potato and a
chestnut, and Is a very fine food,

The possibilities of dasheen culture

in Marion county are very great.

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One grocery store proprietor in
the city this miornlng told a Btaf tman
that he bought from outside of the
state during rthe year an -average of
100 dozen eggs per week, which cost
him $.1'400 annually. This is in ad addition
dition addition to all that he is able to get in

the county. He buys 300 pounda of

hutter a week which comes from the

north, and pays out for this product
alone, during the year, $5000. This

is on store in. one town, f 'Just think
of 'the vast sunn of imoney.the state's

nourish- jbUSincss (would total! The big hortels

at a moral na 1 1 0f e state use an enormous amioriint

counter will be of these dpo ducts as well. (With

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are placed 5n theme; We ? jiave seen opened tomorrow, tjus, iwm a proj)er inanairsment this money ooaid

was the old story of the titern parent hmuch better .buildings in :owns of boon, to busy mothers, to wnom mex Jpt at fcorme, for the state could

iwho had anibltions for "Ms son. The half the ize of Ocala. v lunch hour of tSuimoming is a fbas-1 easily aroduco enough fbutter and

ftoy vfm s.nt -sway and did not re- The library Jbuilding is the only :bear.

ihurn for a nrear. lvnA nn w eTcnAfsfcali-wis. an 1 there Is The Star is lE'roud of all this xro-

n-i xiH3ha if or every detMirt-

Ihnd ri-ia.Tted that his sweetheart I at rmrv rRn -It tA.m n. fh iStarl mftnt 'of the School Continued fUC-

learned that the father opposed his I that if the city can raise noney bylooss.

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rmairiaite. She ipined away and died, selling property not needed, it had

Ibut (before her death she exacted a I better put the (mon-3y Into S le needed

inxprovements Nof the w.iterworks

and save the people some taxation.

eggu. to supply our demands.

(pledge from Aunt Silly to bury her

body dn Silver .Spring?., where the

Hovers had pent their (happiest days.

IT ; WTLL IBE A BIG OCaiSIOX

The cam.mittee in csharce of Khe

"lance tournament i6t the fair 'say

that the movement 1s daily (gaining!

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favor and thst tliis will Jbe one of

the biggest features of the occasion.

OLieut, (Gen. Axlna II. Chaffee .re- The Drooosltion has been received

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BlELAJTJTIFUL. ADD TO YOUR K'ATUIEAL CHAIvMS (UUZ
'FASCIXATION OF. GLITTEU1XG JUVF.LIty. IT, WILL
YEE2UD FUEASr.IlS.TO YOUncnLFLI) iti C ItDAT DEL'IGIIT
TO HOfTiHEItS. OUR STORE GLE2AMS 'WITH PRLTTY 0!
JOT3 IN GOXiD uN'D SILVER AND PRECIOUS .DTOXZZ.

BUY YOUR XDWIELRY 'FROM US. WEMtON'T OAiRRY TIIK;:

CHEAP, TAWDRY STUFF, 33UT IIONIEST GOODS HDN-

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OCALA, FLORIDA

GENERAL CHAFFEE

The half iblock out present city) tired) ifoFmcT chief of staff of th.e la sect;oi3s of both CMiirion and

The old negress promisea, ani xxxe jibuildlrrgs are 'on 13 a very valuable I united Btate3 arnty, died at his home I Su:n-ter counties with enthusiasm,

iight of the young iwoman's death piece of (property, and thei e is no i.n Oxs VAnseles. Calif., Sunday of y- nd indications are that there will

rawed out to a spot in the firings sense in trading it off just to put uplpthoid pneuanonfa. IHIs (body fasL a ong jis,t of entries.

and deposited the body. . jibulldings that nve can do without! taken to Washinirton for. interment

"A! few days later the boy return-1 now and will soon "nave to replace. in (Arlington. IGen. Ohaffee rose f rom

ed and was met by his father who I The people told the council a week! the rank He was i iwornd-

In formed hia son that the young ago Just what they thought about ld three tines in action, and dis

man's fiance the Kirl the father had I spending money cn a civic center.

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13 rr. Jas. HI. 'Johnson, one of our

mormiar traveiinir men. imorru.s -us

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that a 'Florida naval stores finri. has

tinguished hlms-slf In both Cuha vmdl just BO $35,000 worth of t:.r to

the Philippines- I Germany. tAs will Jbe seen by a dis

patch elsewhare, aiaval stores ari no

tackinsr ud' the Standard Oil mil- longer contreuband. and the llstar

hich the another .Some of our friends have request- lions, which underlie the 'Rockefeller hopes this hiir sale is only the first of J
weeping. Silver 4 star to -suggest t3 the chau- Foundation, has cau-sed net a -!ew .many to follow. &

oicked for his eon? was at his I The vote

father's home. The next morning against.

the trio, rowing1 on the springs,

came to a (boat in which the another

of Bernice (Mayo sat

Springs is so clear and placid, tnat, tauqua (management that it have lAmerican familips to e-o hinrv. so

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it-is saiu, we loouy 01. tuc uuS only two (meetings a aay-m tne nt lia oil ih ,ria mr,.l rr .tac RtonW rTffft

woman coutd be seen at tne loottom afternoon and evening -at its next Utively small portion tbat .Tohndpe- Mr. m. W. aiffett-of this citv. will

Liis rtui, -duu uiu uoyius reason in jucaia. oeems to xne tar Jr.t and his brother olutes sse fit to 'graduate from Stanford University.

his sweetheart's remains the young ink a srood sruffcejition : ccimryarative-1

ly few housekeepers have time to hn Belgium. from the law department. He will

drowned. It is this story that gave 0 the smornins- nneetinsrs.

xo a certain piace in .xns springs tne 1 The orala StPir itin unriaiiv kmrr, n.iifAin th,f flrt f

name or tne unaai nam-Der, ana "j'n never go back to the republi- about the recent bond election held .in the vear. Mr. Bloffett graduated

this is one of the show places of Sil- can party," saya Lionel Roosevelt: that city, imenUons the fact that the from Stetson at 'De-Land, then took

er opnngs. That means that he'll .become a deni- Times-Union dM -not e-iv rwn, hi .a n mnrsA nr. TTniversitv of

ocrat, for there will soon he only the that was due. The fault, however, Chicago and should now be we)l

The Interstate Commerce Com-j two parties and the colonel can tj was not of intention, but merelv a ea nipped in "book larnin' (He was

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mission having ruled against the I keep out of poll tics. -Tampa Times, (matter of time. When the paragrapn horn thirty years ago in the county

and short haul aaB.v, the people Teddy will be a live one, wherever commending the action of citizens for seat of Citrus county, aiansfield, be-

of interior Florida need expect no he is. If the democratic party can voting to establish a modrn svs- ins: the first, and we believe the last

help from that- source at present, swap about a dozen mossback re- tern of sewerage, was 1 written, the child to first see the light of day in

Its beautiful to see how considerate actionaries off for him, it will gain election on the matter of improving the temporary se.it of the then new

the commission are of the railroads, by the transaction. the electric light plant had not tak- county of Citrus

en place. The people of Ocala, be

While helping to dispose of a sue- mg greatly in favor of having the

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That was a fine and 'deserved tri tribute
bute tribute that iMr. "C. E. 'Basse tt, special specialist
ist specialist from the department of, agricul-

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works,

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The Better Vall-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster There's a
way to save the cost cf con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut cn the
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by-usin;? Ba Jger-Board
Easy tc Apply
TDADCER-EOARD is easy to ap ap--
- ap-- ply. Don't wait for plasterers
do the work yourself. All the tools
needed are h mraer and savrd al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
Lower Cost
"DADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
on. or write for prices
&nd samples
J. D.'McCASKILL,
State Agent, OCAIjA, FLA
2,000 BOXES OF
. "QuAGES-
Nearly Seafly to Snip.
ON TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.
Do You want .them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 aores, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced; tout no other im-r
provement3. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on. trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Browns. t
Price of Property as It stands
OS,.
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. S. Savage, Jf
Room 5, Merchants Block,
Phone 125, OCALA, FLA
Llerchanls & Miners Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
JACKSONVILLE
. TO ,'
BOSTON
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON 1
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
cervice. Wireless telegraph on a!)
steamers. Through fares and ticket
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc. 4
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H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla. 1
Furniture Repairing
I have moed to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
guaranteed.
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. M. 00BBITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE
Talks About the Home City.
"Teach the facts about your home
city in the public schools," urges the
lireau of municipal reasearch, New
ork city.

FROrTTABLK CULTURE

OF PECANS
In Marion County Its Southern Um Um-j
j Um-j .it In Florida
Paper read by (E. A. Davenport, of
Ueileview, at 'the meeting of the
Southern .Nut Growers' lAssocta lAssocta-,
, lAssocta-, tion at Thomasville. Ga.
It 13 agreed that no state in the
Union Is at the present time receiv receiv-in?
in? receiv-in? such an influx of -homeseekers as
, Florida. iMost of the new-comers
are making their homes on the land,
and from all sections of the state
'come calls for help. (They are thrifty
land energetic ipeople who. are coin-
; ing
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to (Florida anl fully capable of
t subduing the
forest and building
; homes mith no assistance from any any-'one,
'one, any-'one, but when it comes to the ques ques-j
j ques-j tion of what crops, what fruits and
what nuts to plant they need all the
jihelp that agricultural associations
lean give them. It -follows that no
inquiry !hy the National (Nut Grow Growers
ers Growers Association could !be imore time timely
ly timely than the question, "Is Marion
county the southern limit of proflt proflt-a'ble
a'ble proflt-a'ble pecan growing in Florida?" It
is especialy timely when new peo-
j pie are coming into the state, as Its
discussion rmay be of great help to a
large number oif.iworthy settlers.
Under the circumstances no one
can answer this question in an off off-hzni
hzni off-hzni way with a simple, "yes,' cr
'r;o." The answer onus of neces necessity
sity necessity be long drawn out, in fact, some
years tmust elapse 'before a positive
answer can ibe given. Still 'What we
know of the subject twill I bellve, be
of value to the people -who are open opening
ing opening up farms dn central and southern
iFlorida. tWhat we do not iknow imay
be of still greater help to some
would-be pecan orchardlst in the
way of 'protecting them -against fail fail-lire
lire fail-lire and unnecessary loss.
In one sense of the word (Marion
county at 'the present time Is the
southern limit of pecan. culture in
'Florida, no commercial groves, at
least noneof any consequence hav having
ing having ibeen planted south of that lo locality
cality locality for a sufficient length of time
to onake a test. fVe know that pe pecans
cans pecans have done exceedingly tweil in
oiarioni county, ri'ne county now
claims over 1,000 acres jplanted to
budded varieties and wherever the
trees Oiave !had anything like a fair
chance ihave done remarkably well.
The higii well drained rolling pine
and '"hammock lands of that county
thave proven especially well adapted
to the pecan. The rich sandy loam
surface underlaid with clay seems to
ibe Ideal for the formation of a
strong root system. Thus the trees
fput on a fine stocky growth. Or Orchards
chards Orchards that will not be seven years
old ointil January, planted to 'Van
Deman, 'Sfcuart and Teche, "have .ma .matured
tured .matured good crops this year in spite of
a very dry spring and summer fol followed
lowed followed :by a too wet fall. Some of the
Teche trees had already borne the
Ltjwo previous years, In other words,
ibegan showing a few nuts when they
were still less than five years old.
Great numbers of seedling trees
are to be found in iMarion- county
scattered about In fields and door
yards, receiving xno attention what
ever and yet (most of them (bearing
fair crops. Some of these trees
originated from varieties 'purchas 'purchased
ed 'purchased at county fairs and were planted
with tihe .idea that like would pro produce
duce produce like. The result is that a num num-iber
iber num-iber of seedlings are to Ibe found in
the county -producing nuts not like
the original, 'but as tgood as many of
the recognized varieties.
It would 'hardly seem possible that
IMarion county where the pecan
tree grows and (bears so well could
be the southern limit of profitable
pecan culture. We would on the
contrary expect to find either the
tree, or the crop or both, less satis
factory as the southern limit was
Teached. It would be most unrea unreasonable
sonable unreasonable to expect the pecan to grow grow-to
to grow-to pjerfectnon up to a certain definite
.line and ithen break short off and be become
come become a failure on the other side of
that line.
Thus while admitting that (Marion
county Is in fact the southern limit
of profitable pecan culture at the
present 'time, I believe that it is
only so 'because the culture of the
nut lias not ibeen attempted south of
that point on any adequate scale.
We know that seedling trees are
to ibe found in various sections of
iFlorida south of Clarion, county.
There are hearing trees in Sumter,
iHillsboro, IManatee and other south
ern counties. (Reports from Hills-
iborough and IManatee counties indi
cate that trees twenty to thirty years
old bear only occasional light crops,
but the trees have made good -growth
and are apparently 'healthy. They
seem to ibe valued as shade rather
than nut bearers and a lack of fer
tilizer and proper care anight have
something to do with their shy bear bearing
ing bearing proclivities. I have reports of
seed?ing trees in Sumter county, the
next county south of JMarion, that
are Shearing good regular crops. Some
.thudded trees have been recently

planted In Hernando, in the next
tier of counties south pf Sumter,
but it is too early to report on the
outcome.
In the light of what we know I
would say that LUarion county Is not

the southern limit of profitable, pe-i
can culture. In the light 'of what
we do not know it would toe my ad advice
vice advice to prospective pecan orc-frardists
located south of Marion county to
plant only in an experimental way.
I believe that the southern limits
of the pecan will be pushed down
into -southern Florida just as the
northern limits have, been pushed
farther north than was formerly be believed
lieved believed postal e.'. To avoid costly mis mistakes
takes mistakes this pushing southward into
untried fields must 'be conducted
with caution. The various named
varieties tmust 3e tried out In a
small way to determine their ibehav ibehav-ion
ion ibehav-ion before large commercial or orchards
chards orchards are planted. Better still,
promising seedlings native to the
farther-south region must :be sought
out and new varieties especially ad adapted
apted adapted to the region developed. By
all means push the southern limit
farther south, (but let tne work be
done systematically and in a way
fthat will not (bring disappointment
to the 'people who are turning the
forest3 of (Florida Into orchards and
farms.
Who knows what the future may
hold in store! Boundary lines In ag agriculture
riculture agriculture and "horticulture are (being
wiped off the map every day. (Dist (Districts
ricts (Districts now regarded as outside the
pecan district may few years hence
be recognized as the center of the
(industry. IMen who are not yet very
old can rememlbrer when the talk
was nothing worth while east of
the Mississippi river. 'But King
Corn crossed the Father of Waters,
and Iowa and Missouri and other
states In the valley of the great river
became the richest agricultural sec section
tion section of the whole couptry. Another
limit was drawn at the (Missouri Tiv Tiv-er.
er. Tiv-er. and men said, "You will (be com compelled
pelled compelled to stop nere, ibeyond is a wind windswept
swept windswept desert." King Corn crossed
the river and now ihundreds of mil millions
lions millions of bushels of corn are grown
every year In the heart of the great
American desert. (Millions of 'bush 'bushels
els 'bushels of wheat, oats and (barley were
grown this, year "under dry farming
methods' on the semi-arid uplands
and along the foothills of the (Rocky
(Mountains eWhere twenty years ago a
man would have (been adjudged in insane
sane insane for even suggesting that any
crop could be made to grow.
(Alfalfa, the queen of forage crops,
which at first would grow only on
the irrigated lands of the west, was
for years a failure in the rain belt,
,but now it grows wild along the
roadside in many states, and the
limestone ridges of the south are be beginning
ginning beginning to take on a deeper green
'because of its presence.' Cotton "has
pushed westward into the semi-arid
regions of Texas and Okla'homa
where it 'was .believed a few years
ago that the soil and climate were
suited only for 'the production of
scant grass and stock cattle. Lands
In the west that in a state of nature
did not produce a single tree of any
kind are now the greatest producers
of apples in the world "Lines of de de-imarkation
imarkation de-imarkation and limitation-are being
pushed (back 'in every direction and
the same must prove true7 'that the
pecan 'belt if the growers make the
most of the splendid' opportunities
afforded iby' our 'grand southern
land .- .,
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BIG VALUES
AT
HADE Itl AFilERiCA WEEK
At FRANK'S
This Entire Week
.Vlclwr laeKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and. EMBALMED
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
Vll Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmcrs
balmcrs Em-balmcrs and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305

Undertaking Office 47

ORANGE SPRINGS

Orange Springs, Xov. 2." The
town has taken on quite a different
appearance' since the force of men
the New South Farm?& Home Co.
hasC had at work raking, cutting
bushes and cleaning up generally.
, The new bath houses, a dam on
the spring ran, walks, seats e3., are
some more added Improvements.
We nope jthat too many peopie
will not 'be disappointed by the error
in last week's paper as to the date
of the barbecue. It should hae
read .November 5th, instead of "No "November
vember "November 15 th.
lEvery train is bringing in new
se'tt'lers. lAmong some of the new
arrivals are air. and Olrs. (Morgan
Of Oregon- (
(Mrs. )Dr. A. Lt. Kolbe and two
children of Chicago, have rooms at
Mrs. Pegram's for the winter. This
is the third winter airs. Kolbe has
spent here and has made many
friends, who are' always glad when
she return's from ner summer home.
(Mr. Purdom, the Ocala Grocery
Company's representative, was in
town Thursday 'calling on the mer merchants,
chants, merchants, and attended the dance in
the evening, at the home of &It. and
Mts..W. iH. Pegram.
Camping on the river is becoming
qUite a fad with our people. The
beauties of the river, together with
the weahter,, makes this an ideal
sport.' N
(Mr. and (Mrs. George Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, of (St. Augustine, are 'here for a
few days.-
(Mr. 'Arthur Oswold, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, is stopping at the Carlton
House.
!Mr.' iRpbert Furnald, wife and son
are here from Okaloosa, Iowa, look
ing over the prospect for a future
home.
The iwlfe of (Rev. (Betha passed to
the great '.beyond, Oeto'ber 24th. We
extend the young nusoand our great
est sympathy.
.TO THE PUBLIC
"I used a bottle of Chamberlains
Cough 'Remedy last winter for a sev
ere -bronchial cough and can consci
entiously, say that i never tooK a
writes oirs. u. w. Anurews, Anarews,
Ind. For sale -by all dealers. Adr
: PUHna H 6 uses to De Grst Oporti
Pouring- bouses, not pouring tea
Is going to be the great sport of wom women's
en's women's clubs in the next decade, accord according
ing according to Mrs. Isa Maud Ilsen, lecturer
and only woman representative of
Thomas A. Edison. And a pleasant
time the guests are f going to have,"
she said. "All they'll have to do Is
sit and watch a porch drip out here, a
geegaw. decoration there, or criticize
the size, of the refrigerator or the
funny little window in the den. It
won't take more than an hour.' Mrs.
Ilsen is proud of the fact that she
is the only woman representative of
rthe "Wizard.". She admits there are.
5,000 men who act for him, but that
does not diminish her glory.
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOR
LUMBAGO
Your attacks of lum:Dago are not
nearly so hopeless as they seem.
You can relieve them almost Instant Instantly
ly Instantly by a simple application of Sloan's
Liniment on the back and 'loins.
Lumbago is a .form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's, which
penetrates quickly all in thru the
sore tender muscles, limbers, up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
bottle of Sloan's Liniment for ,23
cents of any druggist and have it In
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money back if not satisfied, 'but it
does give almost instant relief
tues-thrus-fri-wkly
Cheap Floor .Stain.
A very inexpensive stain can be
made from burnt umber and hot wa water.
ter. water. Five cents' worth of the burnt
umber will stain several floors; that Is,
where a rug is used for the center.
Pour the hot water over the burnt
umber, little at a time, till it is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly dissolved. Use a quart of hot
water to five cents worth of umber;
that makes a pretty dark brown stain.
Let it dry, then rub on any good floor
wax and polish.
' A PERTINENT QUESTION
The question has been asked, "In
what way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior to pills?" The answer is,
"They are more mild and gentle In
effect and more reliable. Be sides
they improve the appetite, cleanse
and Invigorate the stomach, correct
disorders of "the liver and leave the
bowels in a natural and healthy con condition,
dition, condition, while the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed by constipation." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
Few People Walk Properly.
The importance of a graceful car carriage
riage carriage can hardly be overestimated.
Few people walk properly and well.
One's walk should be easy, graceful,
and, above all, natural. Do not turn
the toes In, but take firm and decided
steps. Do not bring the heels down
with a thump at each step, but have
them moderately long and quiet. : A
well-known writer says, "Whoever car carries
ries carries the chin close to the neck is al?
right from top to toe and will walk
well."

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Comfortable rooms, good meals, prompt and courteous service
and a warm! welcome. Absolutely, fireproof; everything
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Banks, court house, clubs, stores, pott
office cad other public building are near
the IliiUboro many of them across the
street or just around the corner. Direct
street car service to Uaton Station. Hand Hand-baggage
baggage Hand-baggage to and from boats and trains Ires
WhU ever? eSart Is mads t fatr
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all rims. iThe goods are of the very nowect rubber
arid fabric, and when buying you will have the
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Shipping of Freight,
Furnitnre, Pianos
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Baggage Service
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We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.

And if the teams could talk
to lighten the load on the heaviest
rest for nearly everybody but this
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Margie's Idea.
"Papa was very polite at dinner
observed small Margie. "In serving
tbe ladies be said 'dressing:. because
they like to dress, but in serving tbe
gentlemen be called it 'ntuHltig. be because
cause because they always want ?o mucb to
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room on the top oor is unusually pteasa&t,
always. cool and affording a fine viewcf f
the city and suburbs. Special attention
raid, to parties. Orui roora m casement. : i
New chef and new corps cf waiters U-iy
ti.e best ct tooa serve. a in cits.tr room
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day of the week, which 3s a day of
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Value of Genera!hlp.
A friend whom you have been si:
Ing during your, whole life, you ouc-t
not to be did pleased with in a moment.
A stone is many years becoming a
ruby; take care that you do not de destroy
stroy destroy it in cn Instant against another
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niE OCALA BVETONG STAR, TUESDAV, XOVE3IRER 3. 1014

1 OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any Items for this department Call phone 106)

' Year Book Out
The new year .book for the Ocala
Woman's "Club is out and is exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly attractive and from the outline
of the coming year's work the Indica Indication
tion Indication is that the chib Vomen will have
a tbusy and beneficial season.
The ibook cover is ''White and the
printing in red with a poincettia
head on the third page, the club
color being red and the flower poin
cettia. The study class (has taken as
- special work current events and
Seminole 'Indians for the season of
iaii-10iri fTd-Her !c 4Vo fift,h Yfar
book the club which was organized
In 1009.
A page devoted to the club an annals
nals annals tells ibrie fly what the members
have accomplished. The article Is as
' follows:
Club Annals
I wish I could tell in this book of
. the many splendid things the Worn-
an's Club 'has done during the past
year, !but for -want of space can only
briefly (mention a ffew of them, viz:
Tthe (Better Baibies contest; the den
tal and "physicial examination of
' three vacant lots and 'transforming
them into play 'grounds; the 'unceas
ing work and influence' an "helping
secure the bond -issue which mad
- possible our Ibeautlful new school
- buildings; the fine tomato club work
and domestic science demonstra
tions; the distributing to the rural
schools of many hundreds of Imag-
r azlns; the lecture on1 'birds (by Dr.
fOJngene tSwope, of Cincinnati; the
spdaatins of several dozen trees on the
Bilrver Springs road and dn jthe new
(hospital (grounds; the fine iprograms
given each month and greatest of all
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"jienr club house, just completed at a
i'cost of ahout $5,300; forty-five new
.The financial Showing of the club
! J was most satisfactory. tAt. the' last
: t xl r o j it l
usmes imeeuug uuiy oru, uue tuai-
once in (bank was $1,415.91 after the
. .year's expenses -had (been paid. .The
: .'Bala of the lot on Oklawaha avenue
-jffn June gave the club $1,120 which
.'"fsraB arpplled to the new cluib bouse.
CSansaderlng" that the, club was or-

Xganized tn January, I'S 09, the' albove
- demonstrates what a ipower lor good
t-tsi determined ibody of Women are.
JFhis year's officers are: President,
.'Mrs. ,C. H. Tydings ; first vice" 'pres 'pres-fdent,
fdent, 'pres-fdent, Mrs. (R. 1A. tDurford; second
rice ipresid ent pi rs. W. K. Zewadski ;
" ecordin secretary Miss lAnntie At At-r
r At-r tinson; corresponding secretary,
-. Blrs. iB. JH. BeTnour; treasurer, Mrs.
D. iR'obertson; press reporter, Mrs.
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tllhe club calendar ,ihas Jbeen ar ar-"Tanged
"Tanged ar-"Tanged : in a v-ery interesting anan anan-T'cicr
T'cicr anan-T'cicr smd tSie different uib jects will
v fbo completely covered. Tne ;caien ;caien-vjlar
vjlar ;caien-vjlar outline includes: ' ;
ISafusewarining, Oct. '29. ;
x Esception to new (members, Oct.
. 31.
. jaealth:day, iXor 2;l.
JPsrosram In charge of animal .pro3
ttectlon committee, iDec. i5.
' 3x-iii ram In 3harge of; social
.-vice coonmii-ttee, Jany.2. , : ?
'ATI way, Jan. r
Reciprocity day, Jan.' 30. -'r
SPeace program, IFeb. 6.
iForestry day, Feb. 20. f
iHousehold economics' 'day.-HMarch
, Program in charge of study class,
Harch'28.
5 (Program in charge of Junior'Clvic
League. (April; 117.; 'f''; ".
(Program in charge (oj education
mrmimflttee. Qlav 1-' .. .
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Election of-officers, Qlay 15.
(Annual (musical, QIay .'2-2.- 4
The chairmen of committees are:
ailss Wartmann, art; Mrs. tB. T.-Per-due,
animal (protection; Mrs. Will
Coin, custodian; Mrs. ,Geo. J. litch,
f vies ; M rs. W. X. v Carn edai cation ;
. fllrs. CR. A. iBurford, forestry; Mrs.
H. C?. UJozier, jneaitn; ; lnits. w. ;i
XSary, household economics; Mrs. J.
R. Oloorhead, Junior Civic tLeague;
iMrs. fD. E. Mclver, music; Mrs. S. T.
Blstrunk, social; Mrs. R. S. Hall, so
da! service: Mts. H. C Oroves,
.study class.
rrhe list of onemlbers includes 1153
names, then there are six compli-
ffnentary onembers, one 'honorary and
faereral (members -have been taken in
jsince the year (book rwent to press.
5Irs JLee Miller is the guest of her
mother, Mrs. S. A. Standley arriv
ing Sunday, from Orlando.
liss (Dorothea QIann, daughter of
Bashop .and Mrs. Cameron Mann of
rlando. was one of the 120 nurses,
sailing on the first (Red Cross ship
Xew York" In the summer. Qliss
ATtrr,-t imd (been connected with at.
Xmke.'sospital, 'ew York, for some
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durance to aid wounded soldiers in
the avarrlng countries. She is lo
cated at Strasburg.
3Irs. Peek Kntertaiiiel for
Johnson
Another lovely party, taking one
of the foremost places in. the series
of pretty pre-nuptial affairs, arrang arranged,
ed, arranged, especially in compliment to Miss
Clara Johnson, was the miscellan miscellaneous
eous miscellaneous shower given this afternoon by
Mrs. E. G. Peek at her attractive
new home on Oklawaha.
For the delightful occasion the
natural beauties of the home -were
enhanced 'by an artistic arrange arrangement
ment arrangement throughout the rooms, of quan quantities
tities quantities of asparagus fern and white
roses..' The same pretty color .motif
was developed in the minor, details
and further attractiveness was added
'by the burning of numbers of white
candles. ;
'Little M,isses Josephine .Brand and
Ellzafbeth (Bennett, In dainty party
dresses, received tho (gifts on the
front veranda in baskets, as the
guests arrived and later presented
them to the Ibride-elect, who to re
ceive the tokens of love and ;best
wishes rwas seated in a large -dhair
Ibebween the parlor and dining room,
where all the guests could share
(with iher the pleasure of opening the
pretty packages. As Misses Brand
and Bennett entered Mrs. Dickson
played a catchy march, suggestive pf
wedding; 'bells.' r
Airs. Peek iwitb Miss Johnson and
Mrs. Park Trammell cordially rwel rwel-comed
comed rwel-comed lier guests in the par lor and
in receiving and entertaining the
'hostess was assisted by Mrs. T. H.
Johnson, Mrs. I W. iDuval, Mrs. E.
!L. Carney, Mrs. SL. (F. iBlalock, Miss
Zelma iRizer of South Carolina and
Mrs. J. iK. Dickson.,
On cards adorned witiht bride's
heads each truest was asked ito write
a recipe on "how to control a -bjus-
band," and to the one iwriting the
best was ipresented ta sandwich bas
ket, the work of the artistic -hostess.
The guest list included forty-five
special friends of the hostess and
ihonoree and while they were jarriv-
ing (Mrs. III. E1. (Brand and, Mrs, M.
tFrank served fruit punch in tHe re
ception (hall. During the concluding
ihalf-ihour,' a delightful salad course
with coffee was relished, Misses
Minnie Btovall, lEugenia (Fuller and
ettie Mvlver serving.
j' On. next Tuesday Misses Annie
ODavls and Kajthleen Jackson at the
home of ithe ., former will entertain
for Miss Johnson and pther t rpr&
nuptial parties will (be given by Mr3.
Maude Home and Mrs. 1 F. IBlalock.
Mrs. C. 1R. Sapp, iw"ho lias (been so
111 at the 'Florida House, suffereda
relapse Sunday night and, is yet very
sick. .' ":
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t Mrs.' IL. T. Izlar is convalescing
from a several days' illness.
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Dr. P. Pillans arrived last migiht
from (Orlando aid left this morning
n
Miss Zelma JRizer, of Ola, C, ar arrived
rived arrived today to visit (her cousin Miss
Clara Jdhnson, until after her mar marriage
riage marriage to iDr. iHarry Walters on the
seventeenth."-.-"' "' "".
'
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
church theld a meetln-g this after
noon at the rectory. Besides at attending
tending attending tb -routine business, the
. . .-
memfbers prepared ,a box for the
Christmas ship which will shortly
leave from Brooklyn for the coun countries
tries countries in war, laden-' with toys and
clothes for women and children.
Mr. and Mts. A. B. iEfird and Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Bandolph of Lees-
;burg, frequent visitors to Ocala, are
members of a party that will motor
this week to the lower east coast.
They expect to visit Key West, go going
ing going by rail from Miami.
The following Invitations were re
ceived in the city today:
'1Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Hamilton
BIG VALUES
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HADE 111 i I'JEEK
At FRANK'S
This Entire Week

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Johnson request the pleasure of. your,
company at the wedding reception of
their daughter, Clara Elizabeth, and
Dr. James .'Harry AValters; on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening, 'Xovember the seven seventeenth,
teenth, seventeenth, from nine until twelve
o'clock, five hundred and fouT Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue, Ocala, 'Florida.'
Mrs. Trammell Complimented

'K Lastevenlng Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
I 1irfrr.'lt art
H-C rTningii esi-oi. ni rg. uj. uamejM
;For an hour 'The Call of the
tXorth" was enjoyed at ithe Temple,
then tbe iguests returned to the Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford borne where a delicious oyster
supper ywas served in courses at
small tables.
After supper rook and chess prov proved
ed proved a pleasant diversion .until cmid cmid-night
night cmid-night for the guests, who were Mrs.
Trammell, Mrs. Carney, Mr. and Mr3.
AV. K. Zewadski, Dir. and Mrs. G. S.
Scott, Mrs. !E. P. tRentz and (Miss
Louise 'Gamsby. ;
iWeek of Prayer!
Beginning yesterday and lasting
until iXov. 9th, a week of prayer is
being observed hei4 by the members
of the Woman's Missionary Society
of, the Methodist churcK South. In
accordance with the ruling of the
southern conference,5 the week Is be
ing observed as one of o prayer all
over the South. iU : ; -,
This year, the offerings Und pray
ers wdll be given for the Vashti In
dustrial School at Thomasville, Ga.,
and for the girls school In Rio jde
Janlero, Brazil, which will shortly
be opened there. Two hundred thou
sand members are enrolled .In the
societies over the South and every
one of these are active in their in
terest dn the programs arranged for
the week. : '-v?;r- 7
Mrs. F, IR. Bridges led the meet
ing yesterday and this afternoon Mrs.
W. K. Zewadski. Dr.; J. M. Gross
will preach tonight at 7:30 o'clock
and every succeeding night during
the week. 1
Hallowe'en Party Kendrick
Mr. and Mrs. B. C; .Webib of Kend
rick entertained fifty., friends at a
illalloiwe'en party Saturday; evening,
at t he Webb" Mme quarry, n ear their
home. The spot was most suitable
for, such a party and adding iweird iweird-ness
ness iweird-ness to the precaptious walls of the
quarry. were innumerable jack o'
lanterns, witches, ; Jblack cats and
such, IMke, and giving very thing a
more realistic atmpstpnere tne tguesra
wore fehost costumes. 1 j y -i
The pit was divided into rooms af-
fording the guests an opportunity to
.visit 'IFairy Spring," f ,. 'Treasure
Island," WItoh'JPen,'; efic On ithe is
land all the callers' were given a
spade wl th which to seek the treas
ures. TheyVwere IburlexJ, deep, and
when found prqrved to lb Xa .variety
of toys. At the "pen" f orr unes wre
revealed, and after several hours of
sight-seeing a supper consisting of
chicken pnxilo, sandwiches, (hot cof
fee and pickles rwas served.; -v-
Hn. giving their quests ; a royal
good time Mr. and Mrs. Webb were
assisted Iby Mirs. Clifford jOvJngston,
of Lakeland, Mrs. ,-F. G. B. Weihe,
Miss Julia Webb, and among those
present were the ifollowinfg Ocalans:
IMr. and Mrs.- IF. G. B. Wiehe, Capt.
and airs. F. IB. -Welhei Mr. and Mrs.
KX 'E. Simmons; Br. and ; Mrs. F. S E.
McClane and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kil-
lebrewt, .."'.-. j
In the "wee sma hours" when
, 4. i
adieus were Ibeing anade an Invata-
tlon was extended to all ito return
Octoher 31, 1915, and Ttls needless
to say that armless untoward' ciroum ciroum-stances
stances ciroum-stances intervene, all, of the guests
of last Saturday evening will be
present. ; ....
The Southern Express Company
is carrying free of chBTgin'ipask
ages weighing less than 100 pounds,
all articles for people of the war
ring zones, and Mr.-: G. T. Majughs
and his force have already rsent sev
eral packages. Today Jthe Woman's
Auxiliary of Grace church will finish
packing a box.
Miss (Hattie Allen left Sunday
for her home at Sorrento, after a
pleasant visit with Mrs. S. P. JHoIlln
rake.
Tr. and Mrs. C. L. Richardson, of
(Lake Charles, La,, are visiting their
(brother, iDr. Richardson in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Souter were in
the nty Monday .from Sparr on a
shopping expedition.
'
Mrs. IM. iD. Turnipseed of Dunnel Dunnel-lon,
lon, Dunnel-lon, is spending a few days with her
mother, Mts. IA. J. Ueavengood at
her home on 'North Magnolia street
A.fter a forief visit to Mr. and Mrs
B A. Weathers, Rev. G. H. tHarrison
returned to Jacksonville yesterday
Rev. Harrison and family are leav leaving
ing leaving shortly for their new home in
uSTorth Carolina, and with them they
will cary the best wishes of a host
of Ocala -friends. At the evening

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liRev. (Harrison occupied the ipulplt
and' delivered a stron's and fforceful
senmon, taking as his test, "But
satisfy the lord Jod In your heart;
and he ready always to give an
answer to every mianr- that sasketh
tyou a reason of the hope itlsst is in
you, with meekness and tczr." v
Orrs. 'Hattie Wchib and daughber,
IMiss Julia Webb, after an ffibsence
of six months spent In the cast and
west, returned to their home it Keu-
idrdck Saturday; TSiey went first to
INew York(then to, Ienver, stopping
enroute to visit ifriends and relatives.
v" .;::f;f f v::-f:;,.f. wj.'l'S.
Playmates of little iiliss Cora Olae
'Pillans are welcomirr her out ag;ain
after an illness ot 4two weeks with
yellow jaundice.
;
iMrs. C. IP. Dloore, a charming
young matron of Charleston, is the
gmest of Miss Victoria iRaysor set her
lovely home near (Lowell. (iliss.fRay (iliss.fRay-sor
sor (iliss.fRay-sor and Mrs. Moore are in the city
for a few days.
JUnintentlonally we omitted' the
names taf Olrs. !P. G. IB. Weihe, Cliss
Grcman and Mis3 Slill ifrom ithe list
of those assisting CIrs. Carney yes yesterday
terday yesterday her Cov'ely reception. (Miss
es iHill and Oroman received, with
ithe teachers and Mrs. Weih assist
ed dn entertaining the guests in the
rear hall.
rrhe reading cluib held an interest
ing meeting this afternoon, at the
home of Mrs. J. J. Oerig.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Knight, par
ents of Mrs. Hubert 'Bitting and Mrs.
'AL M. fBobbitt, have moved into the
city from their farm out onT the SiJ SiJ-ver
ver SiJ-ver Springs road, where fthey (have
resided for several years. Whey will
reside in the house that Mr. and Mrs.
Bobibitt vacated a few days ago
when they moved to Wildwood.
AT THE iMETHODIST
OlimCH ETERY TSVFjSISG
There will be preaching at the
Methodist churoh every evening this
week at 7:30 o'clock instead of 7.
The services will be held at 7:30 to
give all who do not quit work until
6 an opportunity to attend service.
(All are cordially invited.
J. tM. Gross, Pastor.
'Anniversary."
ADVERTISE IX THE STAR.

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OCALlI KXIG1ITS AOVAXCK

Xew Jtembers In ISank and Original
Ideas In Entertainment
Two Pythians completed their
journey to full knighthood at last
evening's session of theOcala Lodge
Knig-hts of Pythias, Olessrs. T. K.
Vandervoort and T. D. Lancaster,
Mr. J. Thomas Jones, dispenser of
the products, byproducts and ihen
"some" of the Standard Oil Cotu
pany in Ocala, advanced to the sec
ond rank in the5 order. fTho he ar arrived
rived arrived at 'the end of the second lap in
the trip somewhat chagrned, tie re reports
ports reports having had a splendid time en
route and now -awaits the grand
finale.- ;: '. ;.v.
LAimong the new features added hy
the local kniguts ds an entertainment
committee who$e duties it is to fur fur-mdh
mdh fur-mdh ''entertainment" every once in
a while for the rnemhers. The (form
of entertainment Is flerer tnown to
the onem!bers until it is sprung on
them (by this rwide awake committee,
rnhe, entertainment tmay the the smok smoking
ing smoking of a first class ";made in .Ocala'
cigar, or it oaiay the an aeroplane ex excursion
cursion excursion over the battlefields of Eu Eu-vrope,
vrope, Eu-vrope, but every mem'bef immediately
Ibegins to make his ianrangements to
be on hand when the date of an en entertainment
tertainment entertainment is announced.. The next
date set, for, a surprise by the com committee
mittee committee is November 3 0 th and every
Knight is speculating as to just rwhat
will "happen" on that occasion.
The members of the ."Dokays" are
also getting ireal ibusy in their work
of obtaining recruits for that sec section
tion section of the order, 1 t
R-mRRANGJIENT OF THE
HOARD OF TRADE ROOM
(Eveiytoody who has, Ibeen in the
Board of .Trade room recently .has
admired the new arrangement, which
has added greatly to the comfort a s
well as good looks of the place., Th e
secretary 's desk and other "business
arrangements ": have ;been unoved to
the rear and the front Is given up to
exhihlts, literature and VJhadrs for the
visitors. It ds. a .very homelike
place, and people all oyer the. coun country
try country aare hearing nnuOh; about It. ; ; :
IN JUSTICE FERGUSON'S COURT J
The district, justice of the peace
had a .rather. Ibusy day (Monday. Six
unfortunates appeared before Justice
Perguson and all were found "guilty
j Fout colored .men who "were trrH
jested ISunday night 'by Deputy Os
teen wihile in the act of "playing a
game of cards "contrary to 'the staJ
tutes provided," etc., plead guilty to
a igamhling. charge r and were fined
$5 or sixty days at hard laibor.
IReuben iFluitt, for whom there
has been a warrant out for sonfe
months on a charge, of assault and
battery, was arrested Saturday;? and-
brought before the justice (Monday.
Tho he entered a plea of not guilty
the court nfound othepwlse, and he
was sentenced to pay a fine or i 0
or devote sixty days of his perfectly
Valuaible time on the countyy hard
road work.. ; . 1 ': ; :
fToney KUarter was fined $5 or thir
ty days on a d. and d." charge
twihich was well sustained by the evi evidence.
dence. evidence. tAll the actors at : this session of
the court were colored.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYER
The tax toooks for- the payment of
191'4 state and county taxes are now
open. -. ; .. . . ;
Be sure .and .bring or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when you come or send tor your tax
ibill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service. ;
(Don't forget that the law allows a
two ( 2 ) per cent, discount tforl all
JCovemtoer payments and one (1)
per cent for iDecember payments. n J
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
l'l-3-2im Tax Collector Clarion Co.
NOTICE OF RECErVER'Q SALE
Notice 5s hereby given that the
undersigned, heretofore appointed
receiver in a certain cause pending
tin IMarion county, JFlorida, circuit
court, in which Oklawaha iRiver
(Farms Company is complainant, and
D. H. Kirkland, defendant, will sell
at the Oklawaha iRiver Farms, near
Oklawaha, in IMarion county, .Flor .Florida?
ida? .Florida? on
November 12th, 1914,
beginning at the hour of 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, seven hundred and
eighty-one (781) bushels of corn
now in the possession of saidireceiv saidireceiv-er,
er, saidireceiv-er, or so much thereof as may re remain
main remain unsold at that time. Informa Information
tion Information in regard to the sale may be had
by application to J. B. (Martin, re receiver,
ceiver, receiver, Oklawaha, (Fla.
11-3 J. B. (Martin, Receiver.
Environment.
"Economics changes man's activi activities.
ties. activities. As you change a man's activi activities
ties activities you change his way of living,
.and as you change his environment
you change his state of mind. Pre Precept
cept Precept and injunction do not percepti perceptibly
bly perceptibly affect men; but food, water, air,
clothing, shelter, pictures, books, inu inu-Ale
Ale inu-Ale will and do."

ELECmON OF OFFICERS

And Barbecued Eunch at fleeting of
Young Men's Democratic Club ;
Tomorrow Evening
" 'At 'the meeting of the Young
Men's Democratic Club tomorrow
evening, November 4, officers for the
year nvill be elected and, after the
business meeting, a ibarbecued lunch
rwil be served.
-The meetings of the club are ai airways
rways airways full of interest and its social
affairs are enjoyahle, and all mem members
bers members should be present.
RACK TO THE -FARM
IMr.'.H. H. Wlhitworth and family
who have been residing; In town for
the past two years, have moved
beck : to their beautiful f arm and
stock ranch three miles southwest
of town .lMr. ,AVhitworith says1 he
feels like he 4s living again...
FARMERS' DAY AT BURBANK
Th.e IFarmers Union of -Buribank
held a session there today, which was
largely attended by the people of all
mm.
aibout' that section. N Secretary J. D
IRooney of the IMarion County Board
of Trade, Or. JR. T. Weaver of the
Florida "Vegetable IMarketing (Bu (Bureau;
reau; (Bureau; Jack IMcOully, county demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent and Olrs. J. HH.: iMoor-
'head, representing, the tgirls' canning
clubs, went from Ocala to attend the
meeting and address the farmers.
SML-iIIi INTiniEST IN EEECTION
There seems to be iiftle interest in
today's election here. This condi condition
tion condition of affairs is due to the tfact that
there is no opposition to any of the
democratic candidates for state or
county offices. (At 10:30 there (had
ibeen less than a 'hundred votes cast,
and the indications were that the
vote would toe the lightest cast In
many years.
Box S6. 1 Is Ibedng presided over
by. Messrs li. !F. Ballard, C.-ML Lriy-
Ingston, J. IM. Ooddard and IHorace
fWlhetstone, and 'box (No. 2 toy IMessrs
O. C. Crom, B. C. Murphy, J. (A. Iutf-
man and IH. T. 'Harrison.
lAibout .the only interest being
manifest is of .the military tooys who
are desirous of the passage of the
constitutional amendment relating
to changes In that department.
'MONDAY A RECORD BREAKER
4 When' the tax .hoOks opened Dlon-
d ay "for the collection-of ctato and
county taxes there was a rush that
looked 31ke the closing days. Col
lector Colbert says that the collec collections
tions collections made on that' day were larger
than on any opening day in the (his (history
tory (history of the office, otid if there is any
money stringency 3t certainly was
not in-evidence in his department.
ARRESTED A SUSPECT
' Sheriff Galloway (brought up from
n cfll today a vouni? ne?ro man
by the nameo' 'E. C fMarshal, who
was arrested at Ayilc'wood and taken
to Bu?hneli and looked up. Me was
arrested en a charge made toy City
(Marshal Adams of Ocala as (being the
man who "broke dnto (Mr. Spearing's
restaurant and did other mischief
here.'
IlUvE "EIB w. c. t. u.
The Lake Weir W. C. T. U.
anet
October 29 th.
TiMs rwas a called meeting for ap appointing
pointing appointing new ofilcers. V
V (Opened the meeting ..by singing
'lAimerica," followed toy reading the
7th Psalm. iAJII joined in repeating
the Lord's Prayer
RoH call, nine members were
present, also two visitors.
. (Minutes .of -meeting of Octotoer 22
read and approved.
By request of the union, Olra.
Reed recotsidered her resignation
and accepted the office of president.
"The following officers were ap appointed:
pointed: appointed: (Mrs. "Reed, president; Mrs.
Ailbertson and Mrs, Cameron, -vice-:
presidents; Mrs. Buckfley, correspon corresponding
ding corresponding secretary; Miss Margaret Snook
recording secretary ; Miss v Harriet
Simpson, treasurer, (Miss Minnie Al Al-bertson,
bertson, Al-bertson, loyal temperance legion;
Mrs. (Guthrey press correspondent ;
agent for the Uinion (Signal, Miss
Grace iSnook; organist, Miss Grace
Simpson; superintendent (Mother's
meetings, (Mrs. Snook; superintend superintendent
ent superintendent Sunday school, Mrs. Logan; sup-;
erintendent scientific temperance,
Mrs. iRast ; superintendent Christian
citizenship IM rs. Sigmon ; su perin perin-tendent
tendent perin-tendent res-cue department, Mrs.
Sigmon ; superintendent medical
temperance, Dr. iSwan; superintend superintendent
ent superintendent flower mission, Mrs. Simpson.
Talk by Dr. Swan.
Meeting adjourned to meet Nov.
5th, '1914.
Mrs. W. -A. Guthrey, Press Reporter.
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Present day decore live Gchemes demand that
a piano be beautifur to look iipon as well as to
listen to.
MEHLIN pianos excel in beauty of design.
The quality and variety of woods used in the
various case styles permits a selection for any
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Can Now be Made to Europe Without
Interference of British
Washington, Nov. 3. (Rosin and
turpentine have been removed from
the conditional contraband list by
the British government.' The British
ambassador has so notified the state
department: 'The'" action ds' Important
particularly to the South vi-ihere
large oiantities of :n5!val stores are
awaiting shipment to (European -mar-kets.
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3IAOHINE REPAIRi:G
I wisih to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
foot that 1, (now hove an experience
sowing machine repair man audi if
iHouse or (to one personally 'he will
call on you and
1 .nv TiPAdr'd rp
y 00 any sneeaea rt
laans on your ma-
pairing: or ircsulatinii
chine, cO matter twhat kind of ma ma-chine
chine ma-chine ,you may have. ,
jRespectfulIy, B. Goldman,
lil-2-tf Ocala, Fla.
, What Ailed the Censts.
An old colored man from VirIaia
had received at last the position that
fulfilled nisi ambitions. He held tha
job of sweeping the steps on the cast
side of the senate end of the capital.
Finding himself in this prominent
place ha set about mastering thalt
islativo and parliamentary .phraaca
that are batted about eo freely la tho'
senatorial presencel One day a party
of tourists were ; disappointed when
they founds upon arriving at the apl apl-tol.
tol. apl-tol. that.the senate was cot in session.
"I wonder what's the matter with tho
senators today said & woman in the
party to old John, T ain't sartin," te
replied judicially but I spac'. dcy.
done took an abscess." -Populai
Ilaazine. ,
Ho Kcpt cn Cllmblns.
. "liar you ever 'heard Jimhlna' ro rotate
tate rotate abort tha time he got half way. up
Heat Blanc with car of hisjlittla
nephews and no guide?" asked one
man of another "How long 7agp. dld
he tell you about It?7 ;wm the evaslye
reply. "Last March when he'd Just
got hom," said the first man. "Well,"
said the other, "in eight-xnoaths slnca
then he has climbed the rest of. the
way, succored a fainting guide and
sustained a snowstorm on the summit,
resuscitated two benumbed strangers'
on the way down and guided the en entire
tire entire party to the foot, where a group
of frantic relative was waiting."
To Bed Late in th Morning.
Even in these matter-of-fact days
parliament Is still a weird and won wonderful
derful wonderful thing to country cousins In
England., 'I spent the week-end says
a'gailery sketcfi writer, in: a southern
town. What time do you start work
At the house?" asked an old friend, a
native. "Three o'clock," I replied,
"and we finish at eleven." "Ah."
commented th e native, "I've often
heard that parliament meets during
the night so as not to be disturbed by
the traffic, but it must seem a bit
queer to be walking home to bed at
eleven in the. nv&m in g."
Rsgvilaf jty.v : ?'.
lliis Paul "Did they allow her to
bury her past?" Miss Pryr Not un
dl they held an inquest." Judge.

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energy la It3 dllTcrcnt nr r.i! ;tit! :r;s 1
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tratcd cun Hht, vhra rr'-l to r::;. c I
ths lc:3 fatal crczz t.n: -:? cf r
cr.'Tin ha3 prevn very ti", :i i.
curatlvo z cnt. This 13 tr 1 c tt- ; ; : r. :
th3 r'cilhd crcc!alL:n at rr. l
vailis HctcJ and tinrnlr-i l::;:Uuti
DaLalo. Althcsh this iz ti::tICT... ti::tICT...-foanded
foanded ti::tICT...-foanded many, ycr.ra cro ty Dr. 11. V,
for theca aLiictcd vUii chrcalc !!:
yet it hai kept abrca?.t cf tho tinc.i
its trained specialists have tnxsno 1 :
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cntratin ths lish:, ricl; la t.'n vie.
1 irrrVf irin-!-tV;-:J:VV.
j tlcn cf th3 body that nay 1 3 tLo t :i c 1
thcc3obccurocxhau3tinpain3(tL3c:I-i::
- ci -Ich cannot at t!ra ci to zzzz?r.:
dctcrnined) freaucntiy ilnd ir.r.c::-'
J relief from astasia treatment a::l rr '; v
with a little persistence in tha era of ,t!
aid, obtain coraiortacis ticaita cr 1
recovery. --r
-Tho incandescent light lath, ccr 1
a' cabinet In which .the patient is t.
i a tho combi ned ;' rays cf
ft f'f
c.
iiht nlobca, vThls -trcatL--nt In
duced really wonderful re ul :i 1 3 ci
sciatica, rneamatisrn, ot.:::;y,. rr.
and xcaio forms of kli;:cy ar.. I
trout! a, It has also proven val'i: : 1
chronic bronchitis, bronchial z.zilz.z?, r
various skin diseases. As a ccscral L ;
fienis measure its endeac7 can ccardr
a oTcr-cstlmatcd'
Tho sick -who have been treated ft T
Picrca's Invalids' Hotel, l:nsaio, I.. J.
have much to say In regard to this vc: n n-derf
derf n-derf ally equipped' Banatarlun, vh'.:r'1 :
the above electrical appirat r z ::A
electrie water baths.'Turkl.xh baths, itat :
electric machines, high frequency ci; r
rent.' and other most racdern r.r.d u;;-::,.-date
apparatus U u'f;i for tho euro c:
chronic diseases, The trcatr.: 5 t :
chronic diseases that are pceulicr i'i
mmmrm MMfc J- mw. m. mm, m a mim mmm. mtm MAM MM W m. ..:
tor in the cures aiXectcd at tho Invalid-
Hotel and Surgical Institute
"The physicians and snrgcons cisr!?-
are among1 the most experienced and Ul! i
ful in the conntry, men who hzvj rxi."
inece disease: taeir mu siuuy rr.u .. ....
highest ambition Is to excel in tlicir t;
How well, they have succeeded nay I :
judged-from, the "fact that their prr" ilr
embraces cases from very State and Ter Territory
ritory Territory or the Union as well as Ire::: tz
eln lands. Many thoujanuj ara annu annually
ally annually treated, either through corrcr'r. corrcr'r.-ence
ence corrcr'r.-ence or at Dr. Pierce's Institution. It I;
an old adase that. Experience raalrc:
perfect," and the skilled specialists in thii
field of practice cure thousands of ca?ci
which have been abandoned as incurable
by general practitioners. Hundreds b rs
brought to the Institution from far dis distant
tant distant states and they go home in a fer?
weeks well and strong Quite as marvel marvelous
ous marvelous are the thousands of cures annually
accomnlished through corresnondenco.
while : the patlen't'-TeniUnS', quietly at
home.'' Others; ... consult '. in person, and
after being examined are provided with
specially prepared medicines and retain
home to carry out the treatment.
In medicine there has been rapid r n 2
real progress during recent yean, and Ur.
Pierce has kept up with the times in that
he has had the manufacture and Ingredi Ingredients
ents Ingredients In his well-known remedies improved
in modern laboratory by skilled chem chemists,
ists, chemists, the greatest care being exercised ta
see that the ingredients entering into hi3
well-known medicines Dr. Plus's Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescription as well as th. Golden
Medical Discovery are extra from
the best variety of native media ai roots.
These are gathered with great-care and
at the proper season of the year, so that
their medicinal properties may 03 met
reliable.
These extracts are then made solut! In
pure triple-refined glycerine and bottled.
Everyone who consults the specialists,
whether by letter or in person rcceivcj
the most careful attention. e; r f
Great care Is exercised not to over en-
of this Institution that no false hopes
may be raised.
Consultation by letter or In' person i 3
absolutely freeno charge whatever )
that the public when afflicted are fnvit l
to write Dr. Pierce at the Invalids II .1 I
and Surgical Institute, Buff do, N. Y.



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besides the meaning of the indiridu&l
word la question among other things,
how to one a dictionary, and the great
pleaxare and adTantage there might
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Afterwards, when I went to the Tillage
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sons lessons wens learned and before they
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Author of "Do Something! De Something!
THERE is a vast distinction between distribution for the sake
of increasing the circulation figures and distribution for the
sake of increasing the number of advertising responses.
There is a difference between a circulation which" strikes the
name reader several times in. the same day and the circulation which
does not repeat the individual.. There is a difference between circu circulation
lation circulation which is concentrated into an area from which every reader
can be expected to come to your establishment, if you can interest
him, and a circulation that spreads over half a dozen states and
shows its greatest volume in territory so far from your establish establishment
ment establishment that you can't get a buyer out of ten thousand readers.

You ve got to weigh and measure all thes things when you

weigh and measure circulation figures. It isn t the number of copies
printed, but the number of copies sold not the number of papers
distributed, but the number of papers distributed in responsive terri territory
tory territory not the number of readers reached, but the number of readers
who have the price to buy what you want to sell that determine the
value of circulation to you.
You can take a single egg and whip it into an omelette souffle
which seeraci to be a whole plateful, but the extra bulk is just hot air
andsugar-the change in form' has not increased the amount of egg
substance and it's the substance in circulation, just as it is the
nutrition in the egg, that counts.
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OA? LrER

- Saturday aiiter aiiter-pnthusiastic
pnthusiastic aiiter-pnthusiastic base-.'an-d
autos drove

Lepers' Island In France.
A lepers' island Is to beestsllshed

In France, as the result of 'the audden
discovery that more than six hundred
lepers are living in that country, cir

culating among the inhabitants. The

minister of the interior appealed to a
special commission of the 'French
Academy of Medicine to advise the

bestr means to- prevent the spread of
the disease, and among the various
measuree recommended by the com

mission is one to make. one of the
islands off the coast of France into a

lepers' colony, thus isolating them

from the rest of the world. Not all of

the 600 lepers no w known to the au

thorities will be transferred to the

island, but a special commission will
sit on each case and decide whether
the leper shall go rjo the island or may

remain under treatment in the country.

OCALA f MffllHI. ORDERS

MARIOX-DUNX MASONIC LODGE

Oandler, Xot.
noon a number c.
(ball fans fn team

to JBelieview to witness the double double-header
header double-header ibetween the nine of that
place and the "Ok-lawaha .ciubj
Belleview vos victorious in both
gamej.. .':
(Mr. 'and '.Mrs. P. A'. Ftxrt were vis vis-dftors
dftors vis-dftors to. Ocala fTihursday.
IMrs. mijomaa Gillispie made the
heaitts o-f the children glad Hallow Hallowe'en
e'en Hallowe'en evening: !by giving them a party,
at her home, which was preceded by
a jack o llantern street rparade.
Games and refreshments .were en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. ;y'
(Mr.-Jack Ttexwink'le of Vandalia,
is again here for the 'winter, and has
a isuite of rooms' in the Clark apar
ment house. .'
(Miss thai (Nixon, of OklaWaha, is

V stopping at Dlrs. Janie tPri:tchetts,

and ipuTsuinj? si special (literary
course under the instruction : of

(Mi sa EMziabeth IFreeman

, CMesdames IMcGlain and (H isoqck
made a busings and pleasure trip

to OMaiwaiha Holiday.

tA nutmfber "cf patrons and ifriends

attended Itihe ili tenary exercises of the

Phitomathian -soiciety at the public

S3chool, (Friday 'afternoon'.

Qlrsv John Matiherws 'has recovered

from her recent illness.

V ACCURACY

BECTOIXr

, r.icrlorj .GcnSy -.IcIrccS
; CSTADL!5Iir2D 13S;
. OCALA, TLOIUD.

I First consideration and especial attentica given to z: .-.r.ll tracts.

MOP

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: PHONE 503
J For Good Wood
I BIG Load for $1.

Your Order Trill have
m Immediate Attention. J
I J. L. SMOAR j
, At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

A. D.. -BROOKS-
Has moved his General 'Merchandise
tock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to ihe new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsonle new Corner, Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his friends
and customers.
t'IKST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AJii COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECL1LTY.

L ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
-work for the money than any other
sontractor in the city.

WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT
People often accept statements wit
a sortfi .. -
People often accept statements
with a sort of mental reservation as
much as to say, 'I am not convinc convinced,"
ed," convinced," which leads us to remark thut
there is nothing; ijhat will so thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly satisfy you of the excellence
of Chamberlain's Cough -Remedy as
a personal trial. :Mrs. John 'Fishtou,
Peru, Ind., who used this remedy in
her family for the last ten years,
says of it, "I always give 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 has never failed
to give immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv.
Turtles Far From Home.
Drifting slowly with the equatorial
current, a huge tree covered with bar barnacles
nacles barnacles and in possession of three tur-

Ltles was sighted off the PaciSc : coast

recently by '.he captain of a San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco steam, r. The treo was 40 feet
long and hrd been floating, so long
that Its limbs appeared to be perfectly
Detrifted. ;.-..
HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IN
MEDICINE
OI. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, bi t never used anything that
did him so much good as Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all
dealers. adv.
Loses Its Charm.
It's difficult for a newly married
man to generate much enthusiasm
over his bride's beautiful hair after
he has seen her pile It on the bureau
for the night.

Marion-Dunn Lodge To. 19 F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
?- Jake Brown, Secretarry. -: 4 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. V
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M. V;
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel'
come always extended to visiting
brethren., J. H. Benjamin, N. G. i
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

NOTICE
Pay Your 1915 Automobile License
and Get n Brand New Tag for
Your Car
The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are doing
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
int3 the road fund.
Respectfully,
3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every tMonday at 7:30 p. m., at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C. ;
Chas. K. 'Sage, K. of R. S Ad;
WOOD3IEN OF THE WORLD

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DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CTJRED

by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the

ear. There is only one way to 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 you can 'hear a

rumbling sound or imperfect hearing

and when it 'is entirely closed, deaf

ness is the result, tnd' oinless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can (be 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 tout an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. v- r
, VVe will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deaK'ness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
7 5c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation. adv

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the VK. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome. ;.
F. J. Burden, C. C. ,r :?.
Chas. K. Sage Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
'Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.',
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. yxu
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Mag-nolia
nolia Mag-nolia street, near postofficc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. ;M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
CONCORDLA LODGE F. U. OF A. J
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 LODGE NO. 280, 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

Devil and Deep Sea.
Colonel Munroe in his "Expedition
With Mackey's Regiment" (to the Low
Countries), printed in London in 1637,
aays that his command charged upon
the Austrian3 and were some distance
ahead of the Swedish army. The
Swedish gunners did not elevate their
pieces enough, and their shot began
to drop among Mackey's men, "so
that we were between the devil and
the deep sea."

. NOTICE
... 1 . .-. r
; 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 ot the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax coi
lector will issue the" license and fur
nish all blanks and othr informatlou
on request. Respectfully; :"
W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-30V

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Soldier's Most Trylnji Position.
: The" average soldier finds the most
terrifying position ta be that of stand
Ing motionless in the front rank, ex exposed
posed exposed to the enemy's fire without be being
ing being able to reply. The order to ad advance
vance advance or to charge with fixed bayonets
is 'then received as a release from
agony. Movement, even into greater
peril, distracts the mind and greatly
reduces the mental anguish.

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The Secret of a Gc .d Figure
often lies in t!.e brassiere. Hundreds cf thor.indT of wrv. c-
wear the ticn-Jolie Urasicre fnr the reason ttritthty rcr.jrd
it as nececry a$ a cornet. It surts t:e bust and baciv
and gives t:.; Hjure the youthful outline fi-hJon decrees.
TTT 1 JT ore thedaintie.tr, rarfit.icrviceni1
' A'l) V nT mrraenti innrinaWc. On!y Ihc
jma wI 4 bt.st of mitcrji nrc ivof1 for n-
. Uli.f.sj in-rof mtd:irr.bility ixi lutelv
rustlcuspcr.nittinff launGcrSne without rt:no.al.
T7 ,wrac in tH strle. r;nI ynur txal iry Hot! flotileT
w.ll show them to you on rcqne t, If'JiIcc'!iiot'"arry
,lic wn c-iSly ert f'cra f t jvu by vri! insr to t:'. fe'vl for
ah Llustrated booklet showinjstyK-it? 'itrre in f ivor.

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Will eoon be here end you will have to consume' more electric cur

rent. Why not prepare nowby installing f

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They are now cheaper and more cedent than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming In carbon lamps
hey will give three times the, light. t ' '
.Come in and let us demonstrate.

llliW XJJ o

No. 0 North Main fitreet - OCALA,' FLORIDA.

Wo iroJCnlSi

HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE
CURED
Many recoveries from lung trou'ol
es are due to Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
It strengthens the lungs,
checks the cough and gives relief at
once. Mr. W. S. Wilkins, Gates, N.
C, writes: "I used Dr. Bell's Pine Pine-TarJHoneyJn
TarJHoneyJn Pine-TarJHoneyJn a case given up as
hopeless and it effected a complete
cure." Get. a bottle of Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. If your cough is
dry and hacking let it trickle down
the throat, you will surely get rell3f.
Only 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-fri-wkly
New York Uses Much Water.
In the whole world tbere are only
about 1,500,000 people. An inch of
rain on our watershed normally would
give two gallons of water for every
man, woman and child on the surface
of the earth. Put it another 7 If
every man, woman and child on the
face of the earth should walk up to
to the lakes, reservoirs, etc.. which
hold New York city's water supply,
and each pour in two gallons of water,
It would not be enough to last that
city ten days.

Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post Box 510.. Load or
Long Distance .Phone, ZZ2

I AM now in business for myself. Conducting -a High CIivss re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order Housse. I can give you the. best there
is,' and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught trie what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want. . ; r ' 'l
. ; JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at. per gallon. .. g gQ

Good. Old 80 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jug3

at per gallon.

Rye,

Good Old 70 Proof- Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
gallon.'. ( $'275

Remember that we will fill
any order you sepd us and
meet the price of any other
legitimate house.

Make my place' your headquarters 'while in the city. You 'will be
welcome and 'be ireated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion 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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The Manaocmenf ;ol PH. McCLAHE
Medical, Siirffical, j Hydropathic :r
' aed Electric ;Instttte.".:fV
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 - -.
HOURSt 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONIC 333

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MADE III AMERICA WEEK
At FRANK'S

This Entire Week

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Mrs. E. Van HwmI, Editor

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I loll Call of Wise -Men
Tesponsive service for

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In Small, Medium and Large
Bores Purity Guaranteed
This it the drug store where you will find
great assortment of high grade candies,
chocolates, bonbons, 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

They Save Housework
You can't tell in how many ways until
you try them. Here are a few : polishing
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
fjrease from fried foods, absorbing spilt.
Jquids. Don't use your good lintfh towels
in the kitchen and pile up big washings
very week. Uie ScotTissue. Junior,
medium and large sizes. ScotTissue Toilet
Paper is another article you will like.
It is toft, absorbent and snowy white.
Large rolls, 10c.
ANTI-MONOPOLY
DRUG STORE

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FAMILY AVO

SERIOUS SICKNESS

By Being Constantly Supplied With
Thedford's Black-Drauf&L

MeDuff, Va. "I suffered for severs
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker. oi

this place, "with sick headache, and

stomach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend told me to trj
Tnedford's Black-Draught, which 1 dies,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
tittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We4 never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
tising Black-Draught."
Tnedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re re-lisve
lisve re-lisve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
symptoms.
It has been; in constant use for more
than 70 yearn, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 23c. Get a
Cickage to-day. n. c. 123

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MAKING FARMING" PAY

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i2Eid Us Your

I Beams
Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate ;
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural '
, Iron Work
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dories ana
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Road Work at all
Times.

. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

the

senior classes in Sundav school and

'young men of sEpworth League and
jB. Y. P. U. societies, otf.the world's

"Were I to commence ymy admin administration
istration administration over again, with the kno.v kno.v-ledge
ledge kno.v-ledge which I faave acquired, the
first question which I would ask,
with regard to candidates for public

office, should be, is 'he addicted to

the use of ardent spirits." Thomas
Jefferson. v
'Wo girl has ever come to oar
(homes who -was not more or less a
prey to drink." (Report of British
Salvation Army iRecue Homes.
"We have discovered that the li liquor
quor liquor traffic in this country is a great greater
er greater 'handicap to our -trade, our com commerce
merce commerce and our. industry than all the
traffics An the -world put together."-
David Ooyd George, chancellor of
the '.British exchequer.
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How shall we step over the tiny
graves of little ones slain by dVink
to 'face the ire of iHlm rwiho loves the
'least of these?' -Bishop (Robert
(Mclntyre.
"'11 the (American 'people do not
control it, (the saloon) It will -control
them." Theodore 1100367611.
."Out irellgion demands that every
child should have a fair chance for
citizenship in the coming 'kingdom.
Our patriotism demands a saloonless
country and a 'stainless flag.' "- P.
IA. iBaker, Supt. fAnti-Saloon League
of lAimerlca.
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The liquor trafflce is the most de degrading
grading degrading and ruinous of all (human

(pursuits." William CUcKinley.

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'1He who' drinks is deliberately
disqualifying (himself 'for advance advancement."
ment." advancement." William iH. Taft.
"Oh that an en should pait an ene

my in their nnouths -to steal their

'brains." William Shakespere.

"lAlcohol Is a poison so is

Btrych-nine; so da arsenic; so is opi

um. lt ranks with these agents.
Health Is always in some way or

other injured by it." The late Sir
Andrew Olark, CM. D., (physician o
Queen Victoria.
"If anylbody will :take idharge of
ppston'a poverty and crime which
results from drunkenness, I will
take cbarge of all .tlie rest of the
poverty Which needs relief in the
city of (Boston." Edward Everett
IHale.

4There Is not a cradle -rocking in
an (American .home, Jbut close ibjeside
the drink fiend crouches and igrins

and waits, there is not a (balby man

swinging in the Qists of life in the
royal chariot of ihis mother's arms

Ibut the saloon (vulture, with fbody,

Teakv and claw, flaps his (hideous

wdngs above the "holiest .pageant in

:he (universe, and soars and waits."

John G. Wboljey.

"Nearly all the crime in our army

can be traced to dntoxication. Wihen
our men are removed from the

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temptation of Intoxicating liquor,

crime is practically unknown,"

Lord Wolsley.

"There is a great throibbtog of the

public a mcierlce. It portends the.

crippling aird' overthrow of the li

quor oligardhy." Clinton B. Pisk."

"I iprotest (before Ood that great
as is my detestation for slavery I

would .rather (be a slave-seller, yea, a
kidnapper, on (the (Alfxioan coast, than

to sell (poison (alcohol) to my fel

low creatures for consumption."

William OLdoy Carrison.

"I am in favor of 'prohibition first,

last and all the time." JoTm Wan-

amaker.

'Whetiier or not the world would

ibe vastly benefited by total banish

drinks, eeems to me now an open

question, rrnree- fourths of man

kind confess it with their tongues;

and 1 Hbelieve all the rest acknow

ledge it in their hearts." -tAfbraham

Lincoln.

"The liquor (business was weak

iwnen the license system (was intro

duced, fbut oinder the fostering care

of this accursed fraud it (become the

autocrat in (politics." John B.

Finoh.

"If anj' encourage drunkenness
for the sake of the iprofit derived
from the sale of drink, they are
guilty of a form of moral assassina-

"VRT farmer hopes to make a profit as the result of his labors.
He toils early and late and spares no trouble to see that his crops
are properly planted and harvested. His. stock requires constant atten

tion, and, taking it altogether, he has few spare minutes.
Most of the farmers in our community are prosperous. Our market Is a
good one, while there are certain things to be desired, and we all reap our
share of the results to our advantage. ; ;:
There is one benefit which the farmer receives from his labors that wo
do not share in but in-the making of which we all have a hand. That Is the
added value of his holdings as they grow in desirability and as the demand
for land in our neighborhood increases.
Because increased land values come as the result of conditions which
afford additional opportunities of profitable crop raising, not the least of which
is the market which permits of a quick and desirable sale. Naturally there
can be no need of a market if there Is nothing to sell, nor can there be a
profitable sale unless there Is the right market.
So the increase in the value of the farm comes with the better market
conditions, the farner finding better prices as the market becomes more
popular and the ma tet becoming more popular with the number of farmers.
THOSE WHO;! HJLP TO MAKE THE MARKET BETTER ARE ENTI ENTITLED
TLED ENTITLED TO THE Til NKS AND GOOD WILL OP THE FARMER. We all try
our best to bring t ,ut such a condition and in this way we help to make
farming-pay.
As a result of J r efforts to help the farmer we expect him to do some something
thing something in return. Al l when the thought Is carefully analyzed It will be seen
that we are actual asking him only to help himself even more than he will
be helping us, by c fag that which we ask. '
We ask the ft ;ier to buy his merchandise at home instead of sending
to the big mail or. r houses for his goods. We believe that he can buy at
home just as advctageously as to send his orders out of town and that he
will be even better satisfied with his merchandise if he buys of our local store-'
keepers. But the main point is this: We need all of the money In town.
We need it for the purposes of business and we need the business that he
Is accustomed to send away to the mail order houses.
We want to stop their, encroachments on local trade! We want to encour encourage
age encourage local business men to provide stocks suitable and sufficient for local con consumption,
sumption, consumption, but If we send' away for the goods we need, then the local business
men will become discouraged and decline to invest their money and credit In
stocks for our town.
In order to help himself the farmer must help the local merchant. It la
only by such reciprocal conditions that a community can become prosperous
and grow into a bigger community. And it Is only by the fact that a farm is
located in proximity to a good market; that the farm will become mor
raluable. '
Even if a farmer can make a profit on the buying of certain goods from
a mail order house, in the end it will mean that he has helped to stultify his
home market, which tends to keep down land values. A DULL MARKET
NEVER MADE A BIG TOWN.
In this,-we can all help and we are trying to help. The farmers who send
their orders to the mall order houses do not think of the effect which their
acts have on the community. They do not realize that they are helping to
create a sentiment which cannot but Injure the financial condition of our
home town; a sentiment which Interferes with the growth of the community
and with the prosperity of every owner of land. x
- So, to make farming pay, in both the direct and the Indirect way, stand
by the townspeople and help local business conditions. Every ; farmer has a
share and an interest in his home town. He is as much affected by the pre,
vailing conditions in the town as he is by the conditions on bis own farm.
THE TOWN CANNOT HAVE PROSPERITY WITHOUT HIS CO-OPERATION
AND HE CANNOT LOOK FOR PROSPERITY IF HE DOES NOT
LrVE IN A PROSPEROUS COMMUNITY..
Any man can Injure his community by failing to co-operate "with thoso
whose Interests are similar to his own. ; Shortsightedness may inake a
man believe that he is not included In this general rule, -but. few. can success successfully
fully successfully evade its application. V ;
Make farming pay by helping to "boost" your home town. Do your busi business
ness business with our local storekeepers. You will prosper more in the long run.
BUY YOUR MERCHANDISE AT HOME v.

EmbHona!
Dizzy
Depresssil

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constant change of positicn. 'ildrxt-

iness, r.ho-are abnorrnaily cxcitribl3 cr ul:?
experience feinting or dizzy cpclli, or.ncrvc.
headacheiand wakefulness arc i.::ual!7 t-jHrcu-from
the weaknesses of their sex. .-:

:DRPIERCE',

Mrs, Addle Curtsinzer, ; cf
Cedar' SL Cairo, III,, wrota
Doctor Pierce as follows :
"I send 31 cents for your "Com "Common
mon "Common Sense Medical Adviser' for
my daughter who has recently
married endlknowthebookwill
be of much value to her. I have
read and used for 23 years the
valuable treatments contained
in the 'Medical Adviaer and
have taken many bottles of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
and have been restored to heal th
each time I used it. It is a great
remedy for women asa strength
builder, fine for the nerves and
general health.'

favorite

is the soothingf cordial tnd womanly tonic, tljc-
brin3 about an invigorating calm to the r.crVttu
1 system. Overcomes the weakness and tho dr:
ging pains-which rcsembla the pains of rLtu
matism. Tbousanda of women in the past fcit
years can bear Witney to its benefits.
Yoar dealer in rr.r I'clnes EeHa It In liquid cr susrar-
coated t&t'c t icrr': rr j''i c-n serd BO one-cent Etarrips'
for a trial 1 ox cf Vr. L i roe's I'avorite Ire-crirtiu.i
tablets. .'A 'rc?s Dr. V. Pierce, Invalid3 Hotel
and Iastit--:;-", IufTald, K. Y. ',

. Er. Piercers il ;at Pellets Heyilita tad Iarasrala
'f--,'StsrsacSjt liter ts4.5oweIi, SEgar-Ceattl Hay. Crssl.ti.",.

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I tion as crimiinal as any that ihaa ever

ibeen practiced .by the Ibravos of any.

country or of any age."- John IRus-;

kin. ' ;: :;
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"1 Ibelieve the liquor (tax is in re

ality the ihighest tax that (is being;

paid toy the common people "today,
and paying it is he neaivlest drain
upon (their resources." -5ov. R. S.
Vessey, (South Dakota

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H1 cannot (permit a question of.

tmere revenue to oe consiaerei;

along'slde of imorals; ibut give une a

sober (population, not wais.tlng tneir

earnings in strong drink, and I will

know -Where Kx get any revenue, -j

'William E. iGladstone

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"iDrink is destructive alike to the

ihealth and moral and iphyslcal ener

gy of he soldier." John C. CaK

houn.

1 impeacn the liquor trarHc of

fhigh crimes and misdemeanors. It Is
a mere mockery fto ask lis to put

drunkenness iby moral and religious
means alone." -Cardinal IManning.

YOUR FALL. COIjD NEEDS AT

TENTION
No use to fuss and try to wear- it

out. It will wear you out instead.
Take 'Dr King's New iDiscovery, Te-

lief follows quickly. It checks your

cold and soothes your cough away.

Pleasant, anticeptic and 'healing.
Children like it. -Get a 50c bottle of
Dr. King iNew Discovery and keep

it in the 'house. "Our family coign
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, Banohester, Ohio. 'Money
back if not satisfied., tout It nearly al always
ways always helps. tues-thrus-frl-w

OPEN DA AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any 2iour. Adv.

AUTOMOBILES

Light your automobile with elec

trie lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td

If
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1AII prescriprtions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh

drugs:

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ADVERTISE IX THE STAR.

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located In Ocala, Fla,, Expert worK
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
TV. VT. Kimball Co., Ocala,

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THE OCAtA EVEXIN6 STAR, TUESDAY, MVEXIBEn 3, 1014
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BUY A BALE
OCALA OCCURRENCES j
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my (business, but I do call the at

'Anniversary.

Odd Fellows meet tonignt.

Council meets this evening.

Pythian Sisters meet tonight.

All office supplies at The Murray
Company. 3t

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
(Nov. 2 ....... 78 55
. Fair tonight and Wednesday.

South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf

Hot drinks of
Court Pharmacy

all kinds at the
2-Ct

The, latest novels at The Murray
Cccnpanv: 3t
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QIusic of all (kinds at The 'Murray
Company.; 3t

'Anniversary.'

Now is the time to plant Rye fpr
oasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

tjudge fBullock is Clearing a case
in: chambers today (between the Sea-

iboard (Air Line 'Railway and Messrs.
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iMdRainey & Bridges. The railroad
is suing to prevent the IMcRainey &
Bridges Company from crossing its
tracks near Wildwood with a tram
road. iMr. C. Fred Thompson of
Tampa is representing the railroad
company, while the interests of the
defendants are toeing cared for by

(Mr. William Hocker of this city..

tention of Mr. Pipe Smoker r Tofoae Tofoae-co
co Tofoae-co Chewer, who buys a pound of my

El TroDico Havana Cigar Clippings
for 40 cents (which equals, fifty ood
cigars) to the fact that you will find
pipe smoking a pleasure. Or if, you
are fond of chewing, you will find

this tobacco poire, unadulterated, be

ing my own product; the clippings

of my cigar factory cut up and the

dust abstracted therefrom, and con

taining a combination of pure cigar

leaf tobacco that costs as bigh as
$4 a pound. A trial twill convince

you This tobacco ds put up in 2, 4,

8 and 16 ounce packages.
Yours truly,
Eli TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY
CHARUES PEYSER,
10-28 Proprietor.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds

We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort Kin Avenue,
which must be sold within next sixty days--party has to have the money money-Better
Better money-Better see us quick. . ?
We also have one or two other small propositions in the offico which aro
priced very low for cash. For bnor vrite.

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Dir. John fLong of Tampa was alible people ani Ocala twill be gladto

well known visitor to the city yester

day and today.

Beautiful dine of new stationery,
at The 'Murray Company. 3t

'.Anniversary.

Br.-Sl.jFerkins, traveling repre-

tentative of thguAimerican Produce

Co., and fais nife will make Ocala

their home. T-heyare at present at

the Arms House They are estimaV STRAYED -Oct. 16th slim terrier

mm m m m I i 1 1. (A. m.

yap, ioxacK ana 'very ngoz 1 ian,
suiia'll ears, hort tail; answers to
the name of "JBob." Reward for
information leading to recovery of
one or both. 01 rs. C. '31. Tydings,
Oklawaha avenue. 1 1-2-6 1

ssess them.

VK)

(Messrs. Knight & iDang are plan planning
ning planning for quite an extensive exhibit
of their lines at the fair.

Poirity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY dn drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your" prescriptions (here.
Bitting & Knigto, druggists. 10-31-tf

'Anniversary.

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Mr1. SL S. Rogers of the PJorida
Title (Abstract Corporation, made
a trip to Inverness Sunday.

We are selling Stock and Poultry
PowdeTS and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 5 Octs packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

JMr. T. W. Troxler's popular fruit

stand and refreshment parlor nardly

knows itself rwith Its new and hand-

some arrangement, irost or tne

rwork is done, and when the finishing FOR. SAUE Sawed, cedar posts, all

touches are put on it will be one of I Iheart, any quantity. George W.

the finest places in the city. I Hyde. Crystal Hiver, Fla. 99-tf

ir rencu papers oommenx in xouon-i av-i-u. vU uwiu

m mm m a

in terms on the anticipated voyage nisnea; wen located, ciose m; au

of .rh UmrfMn isana r!in in iRn- modern conveniences. Apply at

. Star office. 10-3-tf

battleships to .bring Christmas .pres

ents to children of sorely tried iEu- FOR Lower flat for rent on

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mrwMn flnii i vjuatwana avenue, aw maoaern

convenience.- 'Apply istrs; B. :i.

has been (buying stpples for some

time, states he Villi fbe dn Ocala about KQIWTwo TurnteUed irooms

the ili2th. file says they are having
the finest tfall weather up there that

the people 'have ever known.

for Hight houskeepin'g, all imcdern

conveniences. Phone 494 or call

at 614 OBast lAdams St, 10-30-4t

Anniversary.'

Mr. J. E. 'Frampton, the piano
tuner, leaves in the (morning for a
ferw days twork in the Orange CLake

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Paper towels at The IMurray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t

'Anniversary.1

Mr. H. Gf. IHampton, who nas beeii

ill almost thffee rweeks, is alble to be

up and ibout Ills room a little each

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Keep your papers and valuables
in a Globe Safe, at The (Murray Com

pany. it .$, i

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We always have on 'hand a 'fresh
supply of the famous i?orri6 candies.
Court Pharmacy. ,v 2r6t

'Anal versa ry

The Qlurr ay Company "will have a
ibig, new 'line of holiday gocds in due
- season. 3t

A big line of 50 cent
The W'jrray Company.

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novels
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JFrori the si2e of the check that
Olr. A. IM. liansfford was depositing
this morning (ttie Star man 'had. a
edght to look, th-gjdn't -he) he anust
: nave imade. a .Trilling in a cerin
tSouth IFlorida to-n. Qlr. Lansford
siys be is getting a 'fine business out
of South (Florida.

CMr. J. W. Chapman of !Swamp !Swamp-stxtt,
stxtt, !Swamp-stxtt, 3Iass.,' 'who has been spending
the past several -winters at Woocanar
hi the Argyle cottage, went thnjugh
Ocala yesterdaj' on tds .way down to
the la.ke. Qlr. Caapman is very glad
to tbe in Florida again and his many
friends are glad to bave him at the
hike, where he is a grccit lbooster for
Wpodmar and the east side.

. r,icrrta8 Maze

Never marry for love where thcro

day, but his pbysidan does not Wit U also money; you will be bored to

fr-1 ueaiu. xjuv never marrjr ir

some cays yet. n. vhpro thorn fx no

' I Iota. Alsonever marrr withoiirlovo

When it comes to maKing -window I or money ."-f-From "Pantbinliner1

displays,- tne. Clerks ax Luastens are w. t. oiwu.

some artists themselves. They have

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m'tneir soutneast jwmaow a prewy, ; i !nh rmm th Fartrf'M

homey imake-up of ai quiet. ramiiy The darkest part of the sky

nook, with a fireplace, .reading table ways aglow The earth itself gives

and .easy chair tbat will catch and off a lot of light. Scientists of the

delight the eye. A copy of the Eve-1 Franklin institute have measuredthis

nine Star, lying on the arm of the earth light and have found that U. la

chair is the finishing, touch of felic- t one-tentji par A

lty .. intensity oi a star orpine nrst ora.oL,

magnitude, ii is aunuuiu, av leasv

rjit-Hallv tn a nortnonont' onrfira "VtnrA-

Many anxious friends of CVIr L.-F. alls.iWlli;h Is revealed by the charac'
Ballard bave inquired where- he was PHRtin rrn r' .,hprv nb.

today. They -should rememDer ,tnat $Curentghts in the whole heavens.--

it Is election day and Baliard has a ... -hV- v

stfvad v 1oh a .insnector.

uvercnargea.

The attorney for the gas company

j I was making a papuiar 1 au areas
Title & Aibstract Corporation went ..Thlnk or the good the gas company

Olr. ar. CM. Wilson of the IFlorida

to Tavares tthis afternoon on a few tAB done!" he cried. "If I were per-

days ibusiness trip for the company, mitted a pun, I would say, in' the

words of the immortal poet,1 'Honor

All kinds of bulbs now on sale at the Light Brigade." Voice of a con-

Ocala Seed Store.

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"Anniversary."

Burner from the audience: "O, what
a charge they made." Youth's Com

panion. 6

Harmony cocoa (butter cream. A
soothing cleanser for (the face and

hands, -50 cents, at Cerigs ad tf.

The Ocala Xorthern railroad will
run a special -train from Ocala to Or Orange
ange Orange Springs irhursday morning at
9 o'clock, to ars jammodate those who
will attend tb big picnic and fbar fbar-ixjeue.
ixjeue. fbar-ixjeue. The turv will be $1 fop the
iound trip. LV large delegation will
no doubt attend from this city.

BIG VALUES

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At FIAMK'S:
This Eofiiirc Week

Nothing Short of Calamity.

Holding a glass of clear honey In

his right hand, father observed Im

pressively: "It cost the little bees

many a weary trip to fill this with

3weetness from the flowers." Little

"Betwsen Devil and Deen Sea.w U-aura, wno naa oeea iiBieamg uobo-

The nhrase "Between the devil and ly, exclaimed, witn great earnestness

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the detm km" hna nrohahlv no rAfeiv "Wouldn't it nave Deen too oaa II one

ence to the ancient fighting between of them had dropped the glass i

the-Plcts and the Britons, though un

doubtedly It has long been in use in Double Work.

Scotland. Its origin would appear to "Whv la it that a man won't wash

De lost In obscurity, though possibly his face with a washcloth?" demanded

It may have some reference to the Mrs. Wombat. "Men haven't time for

New Testament story of the swine of all that foolishness." said Mr. Worn-

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out vitnin tne next ten aas. i cui'. ?r:o on

hand, at the Bahkrupt store in tk j Ocala
H6iseBlcck k 'splendid' line or lien's. Prriid,' Prriid,'-uits;i
uits;i Prriid,'-uits;i Shoes, Hats, Shirts, unaervear, L 23,
Hosiery, Ties, Etc., that can be had; at almcat
your own price: YourU be surprised at the
LOW PRICES : ON BOYSVSCHeOBr GUIT3.
Remember this is positiyely the ;lrr&al; ao I
am forced to vacate the store mtenidayG
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OCALA HOUSE' DliOCEI

1 Had to Have Photograph.
Husband comes in to find his wife
turning every thin g topsy-turvy. ; "Gra "Gracious
cious "Gracious Isabel! What you doing r' 1
just received- a telegram from Aunt
Jane saying shell be here at 6:30 and
I can't find her photograph any-where

Shameful Omission.

His Large Audience.
Joseph Parker of London, on one
occas .on "was congratulated by a friend
of ours on the fact that hla sermons
were very widely read. "Yes," said

Dr. Parker, with a twinkle in his eye.

"the Iront :3eats of my auditorium are

In the Himalayas and the back seat!

In the; Rocky mountains!" The Chris

tian Htralcl.

bat. "First you have to wash your t Amid all the humane enterprises of

this wonderful century there has been
no society yet formed for the protec protection
tion protection of young men from young women.
From "One Man Returns." by Har Harold
old Harold Spender. ', .,

face and then you have to wash tho

washcloth." Louisville CourierJour-

nal. i

Water From Underground.
Southern Belgium is likely to se

cure a great water supply from an
underground lake which was discover

ed a short time ago. At present it

is dependent on rain-water.

Yep.
When a man brags of nimself peo people
ple people ing ihat i- able to take caro
f it.

irfbin ooSW to kave

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Ejected From His Post
A Mr. Sung Chen Tim of Chluchow

was three yearn -.gc ejected from his
post as teacher in a covernment

school, because, as a Christian, he re refused
fused refused to bow before the temple of

Confucius. Since the revolution he
jlias become superintendent of all the

government educational institutions
5f the province

For Fredeom of Mind.
It makes the mind very free whea

we give up wishing, and only think of
bearing what is laid upon us and do doing
ing doing what is given us to do. George

Perfectly Justifiable.
A somewhat laggard and procrasti

Bating student one Sunday evening

urent to his instructor for aid in .one

of his studies, asking him if he

thought it was wrong to study on Sun

day. He was somewhat surprised to

receive the reply, "If the Master -was

justified in. pulling the ass out of the

ditch or. the Sabbath, was not the asa
Justifiable in trying to get himself

out?"

Not a Theatrical "Fan."

Reuben "Silas don't seem to care

much fer the theater." Hiram "No,

hft don't. When I was with him in

New York we went to one o thm

continual performances, an' we wasn't

there more'n three or four hours afore

ho cot tired."

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Enter your baby in the Better B abie3 Contest, and see if you cannot
capture one of them. These prizes will be awarded according' to tho fpl-

lowing plan: .'

Entries will be divided into three classes:
:. A Class A. : All babies from 6xa on, ths to 1 year
. Class B. AlLbabies from 1 yea r to 2 years.
; Class C. All babies fron 2 ji 1 :'""s to 3 years.
' . PRIZES
Class A. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest. ;
. ;'f $20 in gold to the .boy scoring highest.
Class $20 in gold to the'cirl scoring highest.
$20Jn 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. Tho
greatest benefits are educational. iU ;
Children receive careful physical and mental examination by com competent
petent competent physicians, and a record is made of it.
Parents learn more about their children, and are able to remove
many defects. The child getsa better start in life, and the informatics
and help derived are the best features of the contest AND AlL THIS
IS ABSOLUTELY FREE. NO ENTRANCE FEE. NO CHARGE 'OP
ANY KIND. ; ;
Babies from any locality, regardless of county may enter.
For further information, and application cards, address:-
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Ocala, Florida

Billot.