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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914
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OVEEiLOlVED
CA11ALS AIDED
IIVII1G lilCK
Fariu, EN'ov. 4. -Taking advantage
cf the discomfiture of the 'Germans,;
tie allies: ar3 assuming a vigorous of offensive
fensive offensive movement al-:mgr the -entire
battle line and violent fighting Is re
ported from seven $;e;?arate zoaea
1 rum the uV"Tlh Sea to the Vosges.
Tft-e operations in -the Flanders low
land s a Ion & the Yser : a re now at a
s.Edsti'il. 'Dhe low. lying- territory5
has iboun cohered with a nvator from
tho 'aevMlnil tiykss, In rnaay places be be-Qujj
Qujj be-Qujj froii ll v 3 t seven feet deep.
cjrALB choked avixh corpses
ilfoe iQb-rma;as-: Platen tli'ey' fhavo been
able tor4etr?at ifrom this lew land
radthoul. losfciglany an eh or supplies,
Jbut- refills to th French general,
smff surid tb3 .Belgian nvar;ciHce in in-TTav
TTav in-TTav re i rt a:te the Gemnans ruffeted

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hemy lwest: frht. turbid waters c;re 'rlti8h tier Glasgow took nge
said t3iBj .looked wti; copses of fSfc the ltiarcr'of Coroi-el and 4s
sidiers and ;Icrscs mud derite frmjt;,- Whe oeraxt'an tbattleiiaiips
Tx'okeri -amrt jnltioB an i ? orisiollsjaxnai'on

wagons.
UlLnS YMUl TOOL AJtriEXTi
1 lU;o' tiil!i3sl33t isomo ; prisoners, in;
the? fisTrtoit near iltojo," wingr 'tb riho
zeU- of; teyeutl de-aclnoents: Kit B:it B:it-if.j!
if.j! B:it-if.j! acd SrVencD; mho revised to re-
trsat Attacked .r
forces. Thej iVc-oight until
FirpeTior
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in a action 'gave out and
bDlig
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rounded co-al-1 not retrat. -The eriict
n t a n1rr lost Is ; no t k n cav ii ; In 1 1 it is
thought mori than y T.OO cnxipried
tli e d h elm n s A ni f i d fire
g j ijs "vere al io lost. 5
itrsuiNo nEiNFOi:oEnOTs
Ii: is evident that 'Germans is mak making
ing making every endeavor to inush fresih
tmps to .tie? firing li:ae in' "westera
Belrium. ''
BEJiTEN IiAOK BY THE 15I1ITISH
aondon, iXov. 4. An off'.cial re re-!poit
!poit re-!poit 'by the government pres.: bureau
today says that British troops, 'with
artillery, repulsed the. violent attacks
of the 'Germans in Belgium Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. Prodigous
losses were inflicted. 'We destroyed
two eigt.t-inch guns. The Germans
are greatly discouraged. The allies
.positions have (been strengthened.
Phone one four for drugs or any-
thing in he druggist line. We will
give your orders careful
and prompt delivery.
attention
Bitting
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Jligh grade toilet articles of all
kinds, soaps, perfumes, powders,
etc., at (Bitting & Knight's, the drug
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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 $20
more. I have been making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as good clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.

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freiicii a oniTisii
THE Eli ELI
THE SEAS
coxn:9TBi Avrrn biotok
BY
v GEIUIANS OFF CIITLEAI
H'-yV coast
iValpaTaisf, Chile, Nor. '4 .--fThe
(Herman warships GneiFnan, Scbarn Scbarn-jtorst,
jtorst, Scbarn-jtorst, Xoi-.-nberg, (Leiixjlc and Dres Dresden
den Dresden -attacked a IB ritfsh fleet off iCor-
iaelV C'hilt 'yesterday; The British
itruiserycxionmbuth wiuj sunk. The
cruiser GockyiHope W very )ad ly
n!amagI. y'85he was kin fire ...and- is
Htpposed to lhave bcm lost. .The
jsicaorca la; v aiparaisu narDor Tuam-
jured.
RKSKJAATION
BERSOF THE IJURiaSII;
!:"' y ::CABINE,r -' "i:!
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f $
: Cori5xn.tiilople,y 4.--T!ire6
riom:b2rs of the cabini; have reaign reaign-eil
eil reaign-eil and it is ijxpected t iat others will
a'so': retire. jThose gividg np 'tihelr
portfolios ar-3 General Jexnal Pisha,
minister of oiariner IMshanoud Piisha,
ninis'teT of public nvoris, and JS jley jley-raan
raan jley-raan cl Bu;sUny Effencli iministiir of
nines forest 3, agriculture' and com com-raerce.
raerce. com-raerce. . i.'-..'--''
STARS AMD STRIPES
j THE CHRISTIAN POPULATION OF
BEI RE UT PROTECTED BY AN
AMERICAN CRUISER
Athens, !Nov. 4. -Ln American
warship has arrived at Beireut, Syria,
to protect the Christian population
there, in case of an attack by Mo
hammedans.
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TIEOOUS ATTACKS 1
'X ATTS
Tokio, Nov. 4. The Japanese ad admiralty
miralty admiralty announced today, that the
general attacks ty the Japanese on
Tslng Tao is proceeding night arid
day Fort litis has (been silenced by
bombardment and the cruiser. Kais Kais-erin
erin Kais-erin tElizabeth has been sunk. KSov KSov-ernor
ernor KSov-ernor Waldeck is reported to have
been wounded, hut the 'Germans arc
obstinately defending Tsing ;Tao.
EMany buildings are .burning. The
Kais4rin Elizabeth was the chief
Austrian warship in the fax east.
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SIIiLY B.IilvAX NATION rBEPAIt rBEPAIt-l
l rBEPAIt-l i (ING TO C030UT SUICIDE
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' Berlin, iXov. 4. The Bulgarians
el brance into the war as ari ally of
C'njrmany and Austria is iforcjsfhadow iforcjsfhadow-ei
ei iforcjsfhadow-ei by advices received today, -but
railroad icommunication in the Bnl Bnl-girlan
girlan Bnl-girlan 'kingdom and Servia has been
broken off. Bulgarian troops- are re reverted
verted reverted to be already on the Servian
tCiyintler. .The single railroad line
C-assIrig the iBulgarian and (Servian
flintier connects iXish and Sofia, the
ciuitals of the twon countries.
TjAI3IS OF 1CTORIES 0'ER
RUSSIANS con: ntOM
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4: 3eTlin, (Nov 4. It is officially an an-npunced
npunced an-npunced that nineteen Russian, trans trans-p3!ts
p3!ts trans-p3!ts have ibeen sunk by. tht Turks
a I I that the ressels carried 1700
allies intended to. be used in block block-a
a block-a Img Turkish waters, thus proving
tlpIRussians lutentions were' 'hostile.
Tli is also announced that tho ffl-u-
Sit a troops have been unsuccessful In
tlleir firstyfights 'against th-3 Turks
an Trans. Caucasia.
AS USUAL
CZ klVS BATTLE SI 1 1 PS P OU SUT
'.:?, THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
Lrondon, Nov. 4:- Reuter dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Amsterdam ays a Sofia
dhipatch to the Vossische Zeitang, a
German newspaper, states that the
Tv rkish fleet sung a Russian attle attle-ship.
ship. attle-ship.
'Anniversary

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DAY BY JAPS
Condensed Statement of
THE -UUIinOE I GI1AL1BLISS
y llllIIOIIllL BilllK
OCAIiA, tXORIIA
wVt the Close of Business Oct. 31st,
1014, as called for by the Conip Conip-,'
,' Conip-,' troller of the Currency
. ASSETS
Loans and .discounts.
.Stocks and (bonds
County nrar rants . .
Ovei rafts .
Bank building, furniture
and fixtures . . 1 .
Cash and due from
395,470.24
63,997.76
40,803.10
no to
2 o. i O
28,000.00
(banks
'54,778.02
Total t
.$583142.85
LIABILITIES
Capitil' stock
Surplis arid
.... $'50,000.00
nridivided
iprofits ". . .r.
Bonds jboTrowed
Bills payahle .
IRedisnxnuat . 4
36,285.04
15,000:78
60,000.00
11,(500.00
iDEPOSITS
410,357.03
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Total
.$'553,142.85
VESUVIUS ERUPTIONS INCREAS INCREASING
ING INCREASING IN VIOLENCE
Naples, INov. -t.The eruption of
fMount T'esuvius is increasing in vio violence.
lence. violence. bi new .fissure has developed.
Ashes a3-e falling twenty 'miles away.
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JQElORE THE CZAR'S
TROOPERS ;
Petro?rad, Nof. 4. An official an an-noiincement
noiincement an-noiincement .tmade today states that
Russian troops crossed tlie iTurkish
frontier, and captured eight villages.
Thj Turkish trtibps sufftsred severe
losses.
nhe purest and -freshest of drugs
only aro used ii: our prescription de de-par
par de-par tmei.t, and 3 on get he result
rour mhysicran expects, "if -prescrip
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Knight, druggis:s.
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YOI- DEOOCHfiC? 10 HUE

Washington, .Nov 4. Belated re
turns from yesterday s election' show
that "the democrats came 'perilously i
near to losing control of-C'o'ngTess. It
2s not' 3Tet aDSOiuteiy 'cenam inai
they escaped that danger, (but the
(probabilities ire that they will, have
a small 'working majority,. The Sen
ate remains runder- democratic i con-
Uroi. y
VXOIiE JOE CANNON, .WIITCMAN
AND PENROSE EliECTED
INew York, Nov. 4. Sweeping re
publican gains -through ou't the coun
try, which. reached a .cli max In. this
state by tho overwhelming victory of
Cliarles S, Whitman ifbr governor and
Ja.mes W. (Wadswbrth to succeed "EH-
ntt dloot.in the United States jSen-
ato,-wTe indica'ted last night in the
early returns. ;.'
y fHeavy (falling toff of the iprogres-
si ve vote 4n (many states, the euurn
to. "Uongress or lormer peaxer Jos
eph. G. 'Cannon; decisive re publican
gains in 'New York and Illinois in the f
House snembershiiv and tho over-
wntvlming defeat of v Representative
tA Mitchell PalmeT-iby Senator iBoie
Penrose in Pennsylvania 'were fea features
tures features of the returns. 4. ':4y ;r
AUSTRIAN'S IX PRZEMYSL CAN'T
SUSTAIX RUSSIAN ATTACK
Peti-ograd, CsTov. 4. The final as-
Przemysl has 'begun and the an
nouncement is mado that its Call anay
be expiated shortly, according to the
Army Cvlessanger, today. ; ;
The "departure of Emperor Nich
olas and (Minister of War Sukhom-
minoff ifor the (front is (believed, to
have to do with the Przemysl situa
tion and It1 is ? supposed the czar In
tends to visit the great citadel after
its capture.
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ELECT! OX OF OFFICERS
And Barbecued Lunch 'at Meeting; of
- Young 3J!en's Democratic Club
tliis Evening
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At the Tiieetirig of the Young
'.Men's' emccratic Club, tonight, oi oi-fleers
fleers oi-fleers ,!111 te elected and, after the
business mes-ting,"-:,.- barbecued lunch
will .!beEervod.
The ineetings of the 1 club are al always
ways always full o:f intentst rind its sociiil
affairs sire enjoyable, a;id all mem members
bers members should i be present.
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VILIiIA313i ASKS ALL. NATIONAL
BANIi. TO PIIOVE
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Washingtcn, Nov. 4. Comptroller
of tho Currency Williams y today is issued
sued issued a call 'for the condition cf sr.-
October iEt. 'y
BUCCESSITj1.; CIEIinNO
1 f -' , f AT ,IDAT)
CITY
'Ont;.iEnthu.sia:!mi
Choim I?y Vegetable Grower .i
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; Dade City airrcsiwndcnt of .the."
Tr.nara' Tribune: Tho adjourned
:; t1-a Florida' Vcsetaljlci
Diar'U'I: t I -.-re an, held ;ih ere atui atui-day
day atui-day .was attended by 1,000 persons, a.
majority of them growers, nvho
showed 'great enthusiasm: yin' the
plans fcr co-operative marhotins.
Bix, hundred joined the 'bureau and
many promised to. attend tho mect-
ing to be? held-in Cicala duria.?. t!i
fair when the organization
r.vill
I' -r
further -perfect i. At
day fthere were largo .'doleqrtiors
from Crystal Springs Colony au-l
Polk and iMarion counties.
. J. H. Rooney secretary of tho
ippala iBoard of Trade, .presided, in introduced
troduced introduced Dr, Weaver, who discu'od'
the marketing problem at length 2nd
urged the neces3ity of co-operation,
lie stated" that, for experimental
purposes he shipped a carload, of
cantaloupes to a commk-icn firm in
a northern city and at the i-aoie
time ihe consigned to himself t:no.tl;er
carload, which he sold for ?3 a crafe,
netting $1 a aerate. The commicrian
firm reported that the cants", had ar ar-rived
rived ar-rived in iad condition and gave. -hi ii
a profit of ? 3 on the entire'ear.
:- 'Dr.' Weaver 'declared that, laws
should be passed In Florida and in
other, states where '.produce is mar marketed
keted marketed to protect the -growers, and
urged that agents (be" placed' in the?
fleld ro that vegetable could -.be
marketed in the same way that the
Florila Citrus' '.Exchange handles
the citrus crop,
; Prof. Bassett, an expert on co-operative
enterprises, of the arictil
tTiral department, WashtngtonI). C,
vas the principal speaker of Ihe o-;
casion and, around great enthusiasm
for the co-operative .plans of the 'bu 'bureau.
reau. 'bureau. His address: w.as declared to
he largely responsible for the hearty
response of the' growers today.

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THE OCA-LA EVENING SlAit, HVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1914
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SJJXDAV
UITTINGER & CARROLIi, PROPRIETORS
11. It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. I.eavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
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Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUKSCRI PTIOX RATES

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

'(Foreign) t
$5.00 One year- in advance. ..... $8.00
2.50 Six months, in advance. ... 425
1.25 Three months, in advance. 2.25
.50 One month, in advance. ... .80

When honest pen fall out, thieves
'walk in.

The Star is in love with improve improvement.
ment. improvement. It is-also in sympathy with
the people who pay the taxes.

The Armenians; oppressed by the
Turks for the last 'thousand years,
now ihave their chance for freedom.

.The prompt shooting up of Akaba
by a "British squadron is just a. little
preface to -the terrible Turk of what
5s coming to him.'

passenger station there. e con congratulate
gratulate congratulate Ocala. She went after the
union station and she. grot it or the
promise of it. iow it is Orlando's
turn. When will our business men
get ibusy on the proposition? Or Orlando
lando Orlando ReporterStar.
If you nave a board of trade like
Ocala has you can obtain anything
you want, or at any rate make the
world mighty uncomfortable for peo people
ple people who refuse you.

PUBLIC BUILDIXG PLANS

A large number of our people are Editor Star: I was sorry to see
in favor of. a white primary in city what you bad to say in your leading
affairs, lut they have dillydallied article last .night about iMr.'-iMann's

until it is almost too late to do any- design for the proposed public li-

thlng.

I am not

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- A handsome (boy, a pretty girl, a
quiet (horse, a comfortable buggy
and a quiet country road make the

ingredient for a joy tride that the ever it is possible to do so

brary and city buildings.

prepared to say anythin

the other about the erection of the
buildings, except that 'I would like
very much to see them erected when-

OCALA, GAINESVILLE AXI
' PALATKA TRAIX ORDERED

Statement of the Condition of the

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auto ;has not yet equalled,
are informed by. experts.

So we This .morning. I took another look

at the design, now to be seen in Mr.
Burnett's window, just to see if ray
first impression of dt was not a false
one. .The design, I think, is a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful one. Jts simplicity and purity

America has no magnificent war
tmachine, (but the magnificent charity
of 'her people has never been -equalled

under Heaven. Perhaps we wfll line I of architecture impressed me at once
tup better than the legions of the and the impression -grows. .There is

Ocaiser on judgment day.

At the next meeting of the Board
of Trade, Wednesday night, Xo v. 11,
the subject of commission govern govern-iment
iment govern-iment for Ocala will ;be discussed. It
one the city must decide upon
soon, so our citizens should make
oip their minds about it.

With the decision for the union

1.1 T T, 4.1. ... ntt(11n Aw1n lmtn

the Star is beginning to think that
iperhaps Florida 'has a Tailroad com com-.mission
.mission com-.mission after all.

' JThe cdty council is now enacting
the measure necessary to have the
public library built on the city lot.
The Star shapes the work will be com commenced
menced commenced at the earliest possible day.
It is one of the needed improvement;
tthere should be no-delay in making.
?

no superfluous decorative stuff. Mr.

Mann 'has tput into ihis design just
what shouid be there, it seems to me,
and then be stopped. That is iwtfrat
a good architect should do. There is

a great deal of dignity In the design,

and it seems to me that if the build buildings
ings buildings should ibe (built the people of

Ocala would have every reason to be
proud, of mighty good taste if not of
architectural igrandeur. The build buildings
ings buildings would give Ocala a vast amount
of the very best sort of advertising.
Americans are beginning to realize
that it is just as 'important, if not
more, to ihave a (building ornamental

as it is to have it useful. It pays. to
advertise. ILouis H. Ohazal.

Ocala, IXov. 4.
The Star did not object to the
public building plans from the stand standpoint
point standpoint of either their good looks or
practical construction. It thinks they

are very 'good for the amount of

money proposed to be expended. The

iStar's objection Is based on :the voce
of the people, who. ihave plainly said
they don't want to be taxed, at pres-

, We

' Tn case of an argument between
iAmerica and 'Great iRri tain, about
the right of a nation at war to take

people of an enemy from the ships ent -for civic center (buildings.

of a neutral country, the British may are now in doubt about the money
(find the decision in the 'Mason Slldel for the needed improvement to the
. m a

case arising up against xnem iiko i water worn. We ihave tor the mir-

Tlie Latent Achievement of the 3Lar 3Lar-Jon
Jon 3Lar-Jon County Board of Trade
As will be seen by the following,
the state .railroad commission has
ordered the Atlantic Coast Line to
put on the morning and evening
schedule -between Palatka. Gaines Gaines-ville
ville Gaines-ville and. Ocala, which the beards of
trade ofthese three- 'places, also
Hawthorne, have been working for
faithfully and efficiently for the labt
three months.
The schedule will go. into effect
Nov. 15, just at the right time to
nelp out the two big fairs, one for
Alachua and the ether for Marion

4 and Sumter counties. :

While the railroad has .stoutly
contested putting on this additional

train, the Star hopes and has reason
to believe that it will pay it well, as
well as be a great convenience to the
people. ,.
Another train greatly needed. Is
the one from Orlando to Ocala in the
morning and from Ocala to Orlando
in the evening. The Star respectfully
advises the boards of trade of Ocala
and Bushnell to go after the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard in the same style of the cam campaign
paign campaign that bas landed the Ocala Ocala-Palatka
Palatka Ocala-Palatka train, and perhaps they will
succeed. Clothing like trying.
The order of the commission fol follows:
lows: follows: ; ;
Before the (Railroad Commissioners
of the State of Florida, in the
Matter of (Change of (Schedules of
Certain Passenger Trains and he
Operation of a (New Train Between
fpalatka and Ocala.
ORDEIR No. 4 61

Pursuant to notice Xo. 50, dated

July 1 0th, 1 91 4 this matter came
on tfor, (hearing before the railroad
commissioners of the state of Flor Florida
ida Florida at the court house in the city of
Palatka on the -21st day of July,
13(14, at (2 o'clock .In the afternoon,
and .then and there appeared the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line 'Railroad Company
by J. iH. iBrand, general superintend superintendent,
ent, superintendent, G. W. GBaseett, iocal counsel, O.
H. 'Page, superintendent of transpor transportation
tation transportation and H.' O. CMdArthur, district
superintendent. And there also ap appeared,
peared, appeared, each (by Its respective repre representatives,
sentatives, representatives, the Gainesville (board of
trade, 'United Commercial Travelers,
VMarion County -Board' of Trade, the
city of Palatka and the town of Haw Hawthorne.
thorne. Hawthorne. And after bearing all who
desired to ?be heard, the commission commissioners
ers commissioners took the said matter under ad ad-rvisement.
rvisement. ad-rvisement. t iAnd now on this dfay, the said
matter coming on (for (further and
final consideration, and the railroad
commissioners being fully advised In
the premises, It is considered, order ordered
ed ordered and adjudged that the Atlantic
Coast Line (Railroad Company (be and
it is hereby required to change the
schedules of 'its trains hereinafter
mentioned and to extend the service
thereof in the particulars following:
(By changing trains iXo. 142 and
(Xo. Ii41f iiow scheduled to run from

Wilcox, (Fla., -to Oainesville, Fla., to

run .from Wilcox, 'Fla., to 'Palatka,

Fla:, train (So. '143 to leave Wilcox at

'5 a. an. and train Xo. 141 to arrive at

Palatka at 9 :(3 0 a. on., the' schedule

at intermediate points to be so arr

OCALA

AT I A

f F Il-THEHi ; To ev

OF OCALA, FLORIDA
At close of business, Saturday f
Oct. 31, 1014, condensed from report
to the comptroller of the currency.

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts, Ma Marion
rion Marion county- warrants
and securities ....... $329,430.41
United States bonds to

secure circulation..
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures .
CASH
On hand $5S,5SS.D1
Due from u
banks . 25,319.70

75,000.00
40,000.00

83,008.61

$52S,350.02
LIABILITIES
Capital stock (fully paid

in)

Surplus (earned) ......

Undivided profits

Circulation .

'Bills payable 20,0.00.00

Bond account ; ... . 1,000.00

DEPOSITS 316.182.H0

75,000.00
15,000,00
1,-976.12
9900.00

$28,359.02

of

Member Federal, Reserve Bank
Atlanta, Georgia
11-4- It dw

A BIG LOT OF
PAPERS TO RECORD

The Metropolitan iRealty and In Investment
vestment Investment Company, rthe $75,000 cor

poration owned and operated (by the

colored people in this city, took 42

papers to the county clerk's office

one day last week, showing that they

must be doing some business.

MANY

GOIXG TO
ORAXGE

SPRIXGS

ere

lA great many, people from

and places along the route on the

Ocala IXorthern iRailway, will attend

the big ibaiibecue'at Orange Springs

tomorrow, which is to begiven by

the Xew South (Farm and Hoine Co.
. :

aiARTKL ROAD IS IX RAD SHAPE

(Patrons of the CMartel road say

that if the IBlitdhton citizens f would
try their road for a few times they

would see that they had nothing on

them in the wTay of a "tough road to
travel," for the CMartel road could
hardly be worse.
' ini .mi .. N' t
AliDERMAXIC 'POSSD3ILTTIES

, Some gentlemen wbo are being

spoken of to run for aldermen in the

coming city election are:

From the (first ward. (Mr. D. W.

Tompkins.

. iFrom the second, Messrs. C. W.
Hunter. !R. T. Adams and P. J.

Theua.
tFrom the third ward, CMr
Fausett.
Orom the fourth, lilessrs.
Nash, ?F. -G. B.1 WTeihe, E. (E.
and rWV A. Robertson.

11.

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Banquo's ghost.

A;lachua county will have a fair
just a week ahead of the CMarion-

Sumter fair, and to the people of this
section, it will be second In import importance
ance importance only to our own. Alachua is a
(big county, f ull of enterprising peo peo-iple
iple peo-iple and superb natural resources,
and the Star expects the display to
be something magnificent.

.The big, ihandsome building just

finished at the corner of South iMag iMag-nolia
nolia iMag-nolia and South Second street is an another
other another testimony of the enterprise of

Ocala colored people. A few months

ago, the ground was an ugly, tbad-

-smelliner swamD. (Xow it is covered

iby a finerlooking and useful buIH-3ng.

pose part of a "bond issue, wihlch the
president of the council says can't
be sold. If it can't toe, and the city

can raise money by" selling property
it doesn't need, the Star tMnlts It
would ibe the best of -good manage

ment to put the money into the water
works Improvement, and letv the

"civic center" wait till we can better

afford it. And the Star in this posi

tion has the approval of a whole lot
of the men who pay the money that

keeps Ocala s government going.

The Ocala Northern railroad will

ranged as to make reasonable con-j run a special .train (from Ocala to Or Or-taection
taection Or-taection at iRoohelle, with company's I ange Springs (Thursday morning at

trains (Xo. ,0 and CCo. 89. I 9 o'clock: to accommodate those iwho

By changing trains CCo. 140 and I will attend the (big picnic and (bar-

SXo. il 43, now scheduled to run-f ixm I becue. The fare will ibo $1 for the

Gainesville, Fla., to Wilcox, Fla., to I round trip A large delegation will

.run from Palatka, "Fla., to 'AVJlcox, I no doubt attend from this city

IFla., train IXo. 1'40 to leave "Palatka

at -6 :'10 p. m. and train: No. 143 to OPEN Da if ATTD rHGTIT

arrive at Wilcox. tFla., at 10 : 0 5 p.

rm thA .hitie at intermediate! Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

noints to be so arranged as to make corner, jaieaw a ia cano anu iub

reasonable connection at IRochelle

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VrOM!A'NG DUTY IX THIS WO RED IS TO HOOK
BEAUTIFUL. ADD TO YOUR XATURAL CHARMS tfHE
!FASOI3ATIOX, OF OLilTTERIXG JEWELRY. IT AVILL
YIELD 'PLEASURE TO 'YOURSELF 'AXD A ORUAT DLIGHT
TO OTHERS. OUR STORE OLDAMS WITH PRCTTY OB OBJECTS
JECTS OBJECTS IX OOLD AXD SILVER AXD PRECIOUS STOXi:J.
BUY YOUR .'JEWELRY FROM US. W.D DOX'T OJRRY miC
OHDAP, TAWDRY STUFF, BUT 1IOXEST GOO'DE IIOX IIOX-iESTLY
iESTLY IIOX-iESTLY PRICED. .

:TIT-7 'Tf RELIABLE JEWELER

at any Clour. Ady

IT WAS" ENTHUSIASTIC

with said company's train (No. 9.

By changing train IXo 89, now

scheduled to run from Palatka, IFla.,

to Bochelle, Fla., to run from Palat-

Tbe Tampa Tribune speaks of the ka msi to Ocala. Fla.. train No. 89

meeting of growers at Dade City n iv .TaiAtirA .t .; jl. on. -land

toaxuraay as xonows: Un nrr!v rwla at 9 n. rm. the

ine meexmg oi xne .jMonaa v eg- schedule at intermediate points to be ,t rf nT,rl.

.v,ku i-r.i it (T3 ,t i oviuiu j. Awxii' e

vuic LuaivUi6 .xucvu .uwiLrs at arranged as to make reasonable
Iade City Saturday was enthusiastic connection at Jtochelle with said

and bore practical results. One Lnov',, in

&y cnanging train (No. 78, now

AUTC3IOBILES

Light your automobile with dec

trie lights. For Darticulars TJTltO

Box 1075. Tamna. Fla. 10-730 td

Purity Is paramount You get ab-

ed

iFor the first time since the war,

the democratic .party bad no opposi- thousand people attended the meet-

tion in .Tuesday's election. A dem- ing, mostly sgrowers, who have be- scheduled to run from iRoohelle, (Fla.,

ocrat could mark bis ballot from top come interested in the plans of thel to Palatka, Fla.', to run from Ocala,

to bottom without finding the name organization as outlined in the pres3. 1 t 0 palatka, Fla., train (No. 78

m i a. .-.x M ir I mi i . m a. 1 I

OI a canamaie or an oppuiiug ij i inere t?vr assardute iruoxi tnei to leave Ocala stt 610 tn in and ar-

tenor of the Iade Oity gathering, IriivA nt Pnktta t Q-m -m im hA

that the bureau will toe a practical schedule at Intermediate points to be

success and that it will enlist before arranged as to make reasonable

many weeks all of the growers of connection at Rochelle with said

consequence in Florida. A striking com pany's train IXo. 9.

instance of tne iDenents or co-opera- A-nd it is further ordered that the

Of 'handling j above cbanes in sohftulA irnit m

i v

force and made effective on JCovem-

Bittlng

into your prescriptions (here.

& Knight, d.ruggists..lO-31-tf

Beautiful iline of new

at The Murray Company.

stationery. 1

3t

Occla

n.

.u

, j ft l ,f

4 Clean, Fresh, Vcll Laundered Lincii

:is a nocccsity. To supply that :::

2'ieessitv.:is-UW. tsaoise

Wit!"1'

IRexail Cherry Bark cough syrup I

Such a thing bas not (happened be before,
fore, before, and we doubt that it will hap

pen again.-

Is guaranteed to relieve cougb's

money (back. Gerig's. ad tf

, t
A.11 prescriptions filled at

r

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OClH FLORIDA

Plicna 101'

or

the!

The principal of the Ocala high
school has wisely ruled that the

course in domestic science is elective tion and organization

and not compulsory. The course is Florida products was shown Iby Dr.

Court Pharmacy by competent drug

gists and with absolutely fresh

drugs. --6t

beneficial and far more necessary, In Weaver, one of the leading boosters I her loth, 1914.

the Star's opinion, than Latin, but it for the bureau. He showed that a

entails an expense that parents carload of cantaloupes bandied oy commissioners' of the state of Flor Flor-shouldn't
shouldn't Flor-shouldn't be called on to pay unless himself netted $3 a crate, or $1 a Ida in session at their office in the
they are able and willing. It is' also crate profit, while another carload of city of Tallahassee, the capital, this

barelv Tossible that the pupils the same quality handled by a com- 2nd day of Xovember, A. D. 1914.

Yep.

When a man brags of Himself xeK

Done and ordered by the railroad Lle seeins that h f able to take card

ADVERTISE IX THE STAR.

whose parents are able to stand the
expense best need the instruction
most.

Ocala is now filling out its met metaphorical
aphorical metaphorical shirt front because the
railroad commission has decided to
order the railr:ds to erect a union

mission firm netted a profit of $3

on the entire carload. These experi

ences have .aroused the 'Florida
grower to the need of organization

and system in the handling of their

own products. The 'Florida rVegeta-

hlf iMarketine (Bureau will .nil a

long-felt want."

R. fHudson, Burr, Chairman.

Anniversary."

We are selling Stock nd Poultry

Powders and Medicines at half price.

Two 2 Sets or 50cts packages at one

price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

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

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ixlB UVAUA EYEXUG STA1U WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1014

7D GER-BOARTv
, lAVVaconym-Qufiliry Product 1
The Better Wall-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster There's a
way io save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to build,
better more permanent wtKs. That
way is by using Badger-Eoard!
Easy to Apply
BADGER-BOARD is easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Don't ;wat for pltt-rcrs
do the work yourself. Ail the tools
needed ars hammer arid ty end 'al 'almost
most 'almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board, wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
Lower Cost
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crackit makes a permanent
wall In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board arid ask us about
its many uses. -V
Call on or write for prices
end samples
J. D. : McCASKIIAj,
State Agent, OCAEA, FLA

i
2,000 BOXES OP
;.' ,".nnAMRFC;' '.'-
Nearly .Reedy to Ship.
ON TREES OP A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.W
Do You vrant'thexn at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-ocre
tract, all fenced -but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of orange3 now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly -budded to Parson
Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in- the County.
Call on or Address
. avagje, Jf
Room 5,' Merchants "-Block,.
Phone 123, OCALA, FLA
Go BJortii :.by Sea
51
Jlerefianls & Miners Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
JACksONVILLE
TO
B
N EW YORK
BALTIMORE
WAS Hi MGTO N
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. VBes
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried. -
For reservations, tickets, etc
' ;( . .
H. C. AVERY, Agent, ;? -Jacksonville,
Fla.
Qjim
of othsrliood
There ia art to Le a later.t nrrrehens'on
bt distress to rnr.r the corr.; iete joy of
-'3f24 t:iis is quite ovor-
- 4&M ccme by he advice
F.r4 cf so many women
dSs?- v-& to U33 "Mother's
Friend." Thia i3 an
external application
deiisrnc-d to so lubri lubricate
cate lubricate the muscles a"hd
to thus so relieve the
pressure reacting on
the r.ervps. that
latural strain upon the cords and liga ligaments
ments ligaments is not accompanied by those severe
pains said to cause nausea, morning sick sickness
ness sickness and many local distresses.
Many people believe that those remedies
which have stood the test of time, that
have been put to. every trial under tea
varying conditions of ae, weight, general
health, etc., may le safely relied upon.
And judging by the fact that "Mother's
Friend" has been ia contlfttial use since
our grandmother's earlier years and Is
known throughout tha United States It
may be easily inferred that it i3 some
thing that women gladly recommend.
"Mother's Friend V U prepared only In
our own laboratory and i3 sold by drug druggists
gists druggists everywhere. AsU for a bottle to-day
and write for a special book for expectant
mothers. Address Ilradneld Regulator Co.,
S07 Lamar Elds., Atlanta, Ga.

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HALLOWE'EN' -PARTY

AT KEXDKICK
In response to the following: invi
tation a numfber of the friends of
i
the pop-uiar host and hostess assem
bled at the quarry on Hallowe'en
eight:
i
"Oh Hallowe'en,
t When dogs do grew,
And cats meow,
I And banshees howl,
You're asked to join
! A imasq-jerale,
. To join the groblins'
j Gay parade;
The place, Webb's quarry,
j The hour is eight,
So mount your broom,
And don't be late.
:Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb."
Promptly at 8 the -goblins began
j to arrive. They were -met at the en en-j
j en-j trance of the quarry iby two ghosts,
rwho greeted them with solemn
groans. A little 'further on, the 'host
J and hostess In phantom dress, mot
and tied ipaper (bags on the .right
5 'hand of eaah goblin. The lime pit
hwas alight -with weird Jack o' lan-
terns and fire light around the pot
;iwhere the 'witche s stew" was being
brewed.
When all of the guests had ar-
' -rived they were gotten -in. line and
had a 'plantation march up and down
; the white ragged hills of the cave.
then jvere led to the -wigwam of the
witch" who told their 'fortunes and
; dispensed peanuts in which tiny for-
tunes had 'been- tucked away.
i Then came the adventurous part
ul 'tut? .ceuiU5. j. lie uusi rpiouiisea
j to lead the goblins to' where Captain
Kidd's treasurers of gold, silver and
precious stones were hidden. After
a perilous anarch they came to a
mound In the center c;f which was a
llblack flag, Jbearing 'the skull and
cross (bones. They immediately up uprooted
rooted uprooted the flag and took possession,
and each in turn dug in the mound
until his treasure was secured. Then
they returned to the fire and opened
their packages, to find ma any amus amusing
ing amusing souvenirs.
In one corner of the quarry was a
spring, a large tub of water, sur surrounded
rounded surrounded Iby rocks, ferns, flowers and
trees with overlapping boughs
whidh ihung tin cups and dippers for
the "thirsty spirits." :
.Then followed ducking for apple3,
and other Hallowe'en fun, after
which the devils, the witches, gob goblins
lins goblins and ghosts sat around the 'fire
and sang old familiar songs, while
in the cauldron the"witche's broth"
wa3 simmering, wthich on ;being
s err ed pro ved to ibe ch I eke n pu rl o
also bread and pickles were added to
made up the repast.
At 12 o'clock the ghosts departed
each declaring that they'd had a de delightful
lightful delightful time 'and that IMr. and airs.
Webb -proved charming, "ghosts."
- Among' the out of town guests
were Mr. and 'Mrs. IF. G. 3. Weihe,
'Captain Fred Weihe and wife, Dr.
and IMrs. (McLean, Mrs. Killebrew,
iMr. iMoLean, tMr. and IMrs. Oharlos
Simmons and children, of Oqala;
iMrs. Clifford Living&ton, of Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland air, and IMrs. IM. G. 'Davis, of
Zuber, and .Miss Violet Oak man, of
Mcintosh r
NOTICF TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books f or the p aym e n't o f
19 14 state and county taxes are now
open. ; ". ,'
Be sure and bring or send a cor cor-rect
rect cor-rect .-description of your property
.when you come' or send for your tax
bill 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. -r
Don't forget that the law allows1 a
two 2 per cent, discount for all
November payments and one ( 1 )
per cent for December payments.
" -Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2m Tax Collector 'Marion Co.
To Make a Living.
The finer, sentiments, religious, ar artistic
tistic artistic and moral are all right when we
can get to them, but the first thing
a man or woman must do Is to get
enough to eat and sc.ne place in
whlcb to live. Add this living must
of necer :y be the basis for any high higher
er higher sentiments. The education, there therefore,
fore, therefore, which makes a foundation for
this support should be first in the
thought of our system of education.
On It should be built' the secondary
studies, .s it were, of nur education.
NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, heretofore appointed"
receiver in a certain cause pending
in Marion county, Florida, circuit
court, in which Oklawaha River
Farms Company is complainant, and
D. H. Kirkland, defendant, will sell
at the Oklawaha iRiver Farms, aiear
Oklawaha, in Qlarion 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 said receiv receiver,
er, receiver, or so much thereof as may re remain
main remain unsod at that time. Informa Information
tion Information in regard to the sale may be had
by application to J. B. 'Martin, re
ceiver, Uklawaha, Fla.
1 X-u

J. B. 'Martin, Receiver.

BUY A GALE

I do not say, 'because cotton is not
my business, but I do call the 'at 'attention
tention 'attention of Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac Tobacco
co Tobacco Chewer, who trays a pound of my
El TtodIco Havana Cigar. Clippings
for 40 cents (which equals fifty good
cigars) to the fact that you wi!l find
pipe smoking a pleasure. Or if you
are fond of chewing, you will find
this .tobacco pure, unadulterated, be being
ing being my own product, the clippings
of my cigar jfactory cut up and the
dust abstracted theref rem, and con-
raining a combination of pure cigar
leaf tobacco that costs a3 high as
$4 a ipound. A trial will convince
you This tobacco ds put up in 2, 4,
8 and 16 ounce packages.
Yours truly,
EL TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY
CHARLES PEYSER,
10-28 Proprietor.
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGES
TION -;T;h.
-It is not at all surprising that per
sons who have indigestion ibecome
discouraged and despondent. (Here
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them by IMrs. -Blanche (Bowers,
Indiana, Fa.: 'Tor years my diges
tion was n aioor thaf T rrml1 sreiiwlv
eat the lightest f oods. It ried every-j
things that I 'heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Chamber lain '3 Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised fln,d erfit : 'a 'hnttle sf -Viom idll'l
find the right treatment. I soon be began
gan began to improve and since taking a
few (bottles of them my digestion is
fine." MFbr sale iby all dealers. -ad I
Had the Laugh on Stephens.
The story is told of Alexander H.
Stephens that at a politic 1 meeting
he vigorously decried his. opponent's
charge, exel -ming, "1 deny the fact!"
"Yes." promptly replied is antago antagonist,
nist, antagonist, "that is what. I expe- ed you to
do. For twenty years you have been
going around denying facts," The
,audience roared with delight and; Mr.
Stephens left the hall, having learned
a valuable lesson in the use of a word.
REMARIvABLE ?URE OF CROUP
"'Last winter when' my, little boy
had croup il got him a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly believe it saved bis life," rwrites
Mrs. J. -B. Cook, 'Indiana, Pa. "It
out the iphlegm and relieved his
coughing spells.- 'I am most grateful
for what this remedy 'has done for
'him." iFor sale toy all dealers.- ad
To Get Rid of Red Ants.
Red ants can make a house almost
uninhabitable. One can get rid of
them, however, if one knows hdrw. The
first thing to do is to find the place
they come from i. e., where thelr
nest is. If it be in an accessible spot,
i' little kerosene will ijuickly stop the
trouble. On the other hand, if the
nest be in the wr.U or under the floor,
find the nearest accessible point, and
kill the insects off as they appear.
': .'';'. V'' Praise. -'.- '
Epictetus, the philosopher. Was
lame. When he was a young man
his master had twisted his leg until
it broke. Epictetus writes: "Do you
think that because my soul happens
to have one little lame leg that I am
to find fault with God's universe?
Ought we not when we dig, when we
plow, and when we eat. to sing this
hymn to Go-1, because he ha3 given
us these implements whereby we may
till the soil? . What else can I
do, who am a lame old man, except
sing praises to God?" ; i
MACHINE REPAIRING
I wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that I now; have an experience!
sewing machine repair man and if
word is sent to the Oca la Bargain
House or to me personally 'he will
call on you and do any needed re-
pairing or regulating on your ma- j
chine, no matter what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may have.
. 'Respectfully, B. GoldmanT
11-2-tf Ocalji, Fla.
BIG VALUES
AT-
MADE III AMERICA WEEK
At FRANK'S.
This Entire Week

Iclver '& MacKey
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERb
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
111 Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHOXE3
O. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 47

pitiful pugiit of
tre belgian people

A dispatch from Brussels, via Lon Lon-don
don Lon-don says:
The Belgisn? are a people almost
without a country as the result of
the ravages of the iEuropean war.
Between six and seven million people
are homeless. The lowest estimate
bere places tihe number of homes de
stroyed or so badly damaged as to
be uninhabitable at one million.
'Domestic supplies are exhausted,
foodstuffs, forages, .horses, cattle
and automobile not commandeered j
began have been seized by the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. -Practically every acre is now
swept of everything valuable.
Shattered by Artillery
(Malines, Lou vain, Liege, Namur,
Oharlieroi, iMons, Dinant and a score
of smaller places have been so shat shattered
tered shattered by the artillery fire of the op opposing
posing opposing armies, that less than (half
the normal population are decently
sheltered. It is estimated that there
are now 200,000 Belgians in ng-
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A report from Lemberg says that
the supplies for the bread line have
been exhausted an d the feed ing can
be resumed only when -American
food arrives.
Thie seizure of cattle for the arm arm-ise
ise arm-ise has Vleft the country 'without
beef, -milk' and cheese. The supply
of grain ordinarily imported from
the United States and Canada has
been cut off. .For several weeks
Flanders rw as able to help the east eastern
ern eastern pctrtion, but now that the low lowlands
lands lowlands ihave become the scene of fight fighting
ing fighting iBruges, Ghent, Antwerp and Os Os-tend
tend Os-tend are suffering the same distress
which earlier befell the eastern ipart
of the country.
Industries at Standstill
JAt Liege, the PittsbuTg of 'Be' 'Be'-gium,
gium, 'Be'-gium, the steel industry has been
ibroiight to al standstill. At Ant Antwerp,
werp, Antwerp, the iNew York of the iBelgians,
all hipping has stopped. Hundreds!
of big steamers lie idle at the docks
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along the "Scheldt. Thou sand s of
freight trucks are rusting beside
the canals 'while the 'horses are dead
in 'Flemish battlefields. The drivers
and freight handlers are In the hos hospitals
pitals hospitals or iwith ICing Albert's army.
Xeiuport and Ostend, the latter
suggesting 'Atlantic City to an Amer American,
ican, American, aTe occupied (by the Germans,
And the hotels are filled 'with German
wounded v IA row of hotels along tbe
(beach at the resort fly the (Red Cross
flag.
Brussels, the deserted capita;!, has
ibeen spared destruction, ibut Its in industries
dustries industries are shut down. Lace (work (workers
ers (workers are being fed at Jsbup kitchens.
The stores have no food to sell and
the public bas'no money to buy if op opportunity,
portunity, opportunity, offered. (Members of noble
families bave discharged their ser servants
vants servants and joined the bread line.
The f oar in -commonly expressed
that the city with its famous build
ings 'will be. destroyed either by at-J
tack or by th e G erm a n s th ems el v e s
should they ibe compelled to retire.
HOW'S THIS?
;We offer" one hundred dollars re re-ward
ward re-ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. v
iF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the .undersigned, bave known
F. J. Cheney for the, last 15 years,
and believe -him perfectly honorable
In all business .'transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to-carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by bis firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
; Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood- and mucous surfaces' of the
system. Testimonials sent free"
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold, by
all druggists. Take Hall's 'Family
'Pills for constipation. ad
" Margie's Ideav
"Papa was very polite"' at dinner,"
observed small Margie. "In serving
the ladies he said dressing.', because
they like to dress, but in serving the
gentlemen be called; it stuffing, be because
cause because they always want so muca to
eat
, TIME TO ACT
Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of
Kidney Illness Profit by Ocala
People's Experiences
- Occasional attacks oL backache, ir irregular
regular irregular urination, headaches and
dizzy spells are frequent symptoms
of kidney disorders. Its an error to
neglect these ills! The attacks may
pass off for a time but generally re return
turn return with greater intensity. Don't
delay a minute. Begin taking Doan's
Kidney Pills, and keep up their use
until the desired results are obtain obtained.
ed. obtained. Good -work in Ocala proves the
effectiveness of, this great kidney
remedy.
Glrs. Eason Smith, 330 Oklawaha
avenue, Ocala, says: I know Doan's
Kidney Pills are a good remedy for
kidney and bladder trouble. I bave
used them on different occasions for
these ailments and have had imme immediate
diate immediate Telief. I am glad to have the
opportunity of endorsing such a
good remedy as Doan's Kidney
Pills."
Price 50c. at air dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy remedy-get
get remedy-get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that -Mrs. Smith had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.

Brick City Cider and White Vinegar, in quarts and
gallons. ;
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pics "like mother used to
make."
New Crop of Florida packed Tom ate : 3.
New Pecans Fresh Evaporate a Apples.
New Dried Prunes.
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in i trip j.
Don't forget our celebrated CoJjes, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.

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

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THE OCAEA EVENING STAR, -WEDNESDAY, x6VE3IBER 4. 101 1

I OCAL A SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Theater Supper Party for '3Irs. Train
" mell

'.Mr. and (Mrs. -GL Fishel and air.

and (Mrs.'Eeon Fishel entertaine;
last evening at alovely motion pie

ture and supper party, honoring Mrs.

Park Trammell. Their guests in

cluded tMrs. Trammell and hostes3
fMrs. E. 1. Carney, IMr. and IMrs. J
H. Taylor, IMr. and tMrs. -G. S. Scott

JLr. ana airs. .p. rees, uiessr.

'Rheinauer and LMax 'Fishel. The

(pictures at the Temple were -witness

ed early in the evening and1 on re

turning to the Fishel home, a tempt

ing three course supjer was'served,

(the guests finding seats at the (pretti (prettily
ly (prettily appointed table where covers
were laid for fourteen. iA iReinas-

. eance clpth covered the table from

the central floral decoration, a low

arrangement of roses, and smal

wibite flowers, ferns radiated to the

covers, .making a most inviting fes

tive scene.

lAjfter supper a musical urogram

was enjoyed until late tn tne even

ing.
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Eight O'clock Dancing Club

Last evening at the office of iMr.

(Frederick Mocker a number of young

' imen and several members of the

Cotillon Club imet and organized an

eight o'clock dancing club. (Mr. Jack.

Camt) was elected president !Mr. C

(II. iEloyd, vice president; Qlr: Phil
Robinson, secretary and treasurer,
. and IMr. Mocker and (Dr. CM. C Tzlar
with the officers will constitute the

board of directors. "The chib will

(have its first dance on INov. 13th, and

fortnightly on (Friday evenings, dur

ing the .winter, at will entertain. The
Woman's Club "house 'with its elegant

um w uu-ur xias ioeea- engagea .uy me
organization 'for the dances.
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Cotton Booth at the Fair
IMrs. J. iR. Qloorhead, manager of
the woman's' department of the Mar Marion
ion Marion -(Sumter 'fair, which opens iNov.
21, is (planning to 'have an unique
cotton (booth. ; She Is making ar--rangements
to -bave f several spinning
'wheels In operation and nlaily. at cer-
tain hours ladies will 5e ; in the

r other lace as well as weaving and

:?all Implements used 'by our mothers

ana grana mothers on exhibition and
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iitr as 'pussiDje to leacn tne pres present
ent present generation their uses. 'Mrs.
Bfoorhead's idea Is an excellent one,
and the cotton (booth will no doubt
ibe one of the main features of the
fair. ,. -. ;;i

lEngagements .recently announced

xhat are or interest 'here is; that of
tMiss (Nina lAn'derson to IMr. 'Walter
" Thomas of Tampa, made (by the par parents
ents parents of the bride-eleot, Rev. and IMrs.
Cf. lAnderson of iGainesville, and
iMiss Nadla lliucile LTEngJe, daughter
of JMr. and (Mrs. Poraher -Li'Engle,' to
(Mr. TJonald M. Barnett, of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The former wedding will take
place in February and the latter on

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C5hurch of the Gfood Shepherd, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, v '
Tlhe Ihiesday afternoon o auction

clulb was pleasantly entertained yes

terday (by IMiss Mary IMdDowell. A

the two tables were the eight me

(bers, Dllsses McDowell, (Roseau

(Rotbinson QIarion Dewey, Nellie Cott
lieib, (Ellen Clarkson, iDorothy Schrel

Iber, jRnby Olssendaner and Dlrs, uTer uTer-"bert
"bert uTer-"bert ODattner. VMiss (Robinson was
awarded the club prize, a deck of
cards. Next week'aiiss chreiber will
entertain the club. tAt the conclus conclusion
ion conclusion of Che -games, Miss McDowell
served ner guests to chicken salad,
sandwiches an'd chocolate.
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IMrs. K. G. Weihe, who (has been at
the 'bedside of tier mother Sn.Xxrag

Island City for several ; months, re returned
turned returned to ner borne in Jacksonville
yesterday, ileaving her mother great greatly
ly greatly improved. Mrs. Weihewas a pas passenger
senger passenger on the Qlohawk.
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The members of the King's
Daug'hters are requested to meet at
the -residence of CMrs. C. Bittinger
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
' Mr. and CMrs. B. C. Webb of Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick were out of itown visitors yes

terday, returnin

Robinson and two children,-will re return
turn return to that city, (which in the future
will be their-home. They will bave
apartments at the 'Aragon until they
can secure a suitable house.
A Sewing Party for a lively Ilride
Complinienting a pretty young
bride wbo is a charming acquisition
to the young matrons of the city,
Misses Anna JMcDowell and Nellie
'Gottlieb, at the home of the former,
entertained this afternoon for 51rs.
fRobert S. Dosh, their guests includ including
ing including forty friends.
lMiss iMary McDowell welcomed the

ladies at the. front door.vand the
'hostesses, with IMrs. 'Dosh, Mis3 Clara
Johnson and IMiss Zelma Rizer re received
ceived received in the parlor.
(When all the guests arrived iMiss
Bessie fMacKay distributed tea tow towels
els towels and d us i cloths to :be hemmed,

t!he Jadies being seated for the pleas pleasant
ant pleasant duty in the parlor, reception hall

and sitting room where roses and

(bamboo intermingled with clusters of
pink vine, lent beauty to the delight

ful environments. After needles and

thimbles had ibeen laid aside, the

hostesses gathered up the towels and

cloths and presented them to the

guest of honor. .
(During the afternoon iMiss Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son and IMiss (Robinson gave several
piano and vocal numbers and (Miss

Eunice 'Ellis a clever reading. A salad

course -with hot chocolate 'and whip

ped cream was served at 5' o'clock.

Invited to spend the afternoou

with IMrs. Dosh as the guest xf MIss-

ea DIcDowell and Oottlieib were liss-

fis IMary IBurford, Janet Weathers,
aiinnie Stovall, Dorothy Schreiber,

Clara Johnson, Zelma (Rizer, 'Bessie

CMacKay, : Virginia ; Sistrunk, Hester

and CMarioni (Dewey, Fanny and 'Rose

bud iRobinson, Adele .Bittinger, El

len Clarkson, .Kathleen Jackson

Ruby Cissendaner, Alice ; Camplbell,

Tommy Abernathy, Katherine Scott,
Florrie Condon,' Alice Bullock, (Bet (Bet-tie
tie (Bet-tie -CMC I ver, (Eugenia Fuller, Ethel

Maycraft, Annie Atkinson, CMrs. Mer-

bert Lattner, IMrs. (Frederick Mocker,

airs. Leon Fishel, CMrs. 'E. P. 'Wilson,

tMrs. iL. iN. Jreen, IMrs. A. CM. Perry,
Mrs. B. F. Condon, IMrs. E. C. Peek,

IMrs. C. B. .Wneeler, 5Irs. C. M. Ooyd,
airs. C. B. Ayer, (Mrs. iN. 1. Gottlieb
ahd CMrs. MriDowell.

For 3Irs. Trammell
5Irs. 'Park Trammell, Who. as the

guest of CMrs. B. E. Carney, Is being

so ibeautif ully feted will be (honor
guest at a number of pretty parties
during the week. Thursday IMrs.

Holder entertains at dinner at the

Ocala Mouse, in the evening DIrs. E.
C. (Bennett at a motion picture party.
(Friday she will Ibe the .guest of 'Dr.

and CMrs. S. M. Blitch at BUtchton,
ami (Saturday of CMrs. 31. Pyles at

Glenhurst." Friday evening CMrs.

iMarcus Frank' will $e hostess to a
dinner party, and Saturday afternoon

Mrs. J. C. B. (Koonce will entertain

with a tea. 7 Sunday IMrs. Trammell
leaves for Crescent City to "visit her

father, (Mr. Dauby, (until, -the meet

ing of the Federation of Women's

Clubs in Lakeland which she will at attend
tend attend as a delegate (from .the Woman's

Chtb in Tallahassee. V

1M r. and IMrs. OhaTles iRhelnanerl

who have beea Visiting IMr. and (Mr?.!

utiuci W A Xii -T7TV lUift SiUVC

freshments were served late in the
evening. iMiss Bogie was assisted in
entertaining her guests by her
mother, IMrs. iMary Bogie, 'Mrs. Rowe
and IMrs. W. J. Sheridan. : At a late
hour the guests deft, and all express expressed
ed expressed the wish that (Miss Bogie would
again favor them with an "evening's
etnertainment. Those present were
(Misses Alice jGoodwillle,' CMarjorie
Taylor, (Mary Landers, Sibyl Taylor,
Donnle Taylor, Olargaret Clayton,
Florence (Sampson, Amelia Hee.
nette Morn, Amelia Meet, Ella Bog-le,
Messrs. Ellis Brigance, E. iB. George,
W. fE. Johnson, Pesry Pedrick, Fred
(Fort, Ivan (Eanier, Sam Smith, .Mack
Carter Alex Woods, Carroll Blalook,
Wilds and 'Mulligan.

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cheon tJIreu bylrsr-Seott.

At one oclojri? today CMrs. G, S.

Scott was.'hosCesf to a perfectly ap ap-J
J ap-J pointed luncheoiffentertaining in

fhand-.pain.ted

un bonnet girls.

IMrs. ; Taylor, marked the places for

the guests, who for lunch were seat

ed at four small tables. The temp temptingly
tingly temptingly prepared lunch, "attractively
served; consisted of oyster cocktail,
creamed chicken on toast, peas in po po-tatoe
tatoe po-tatoe cups, hot biscuits, spiced pears,
entrees, grape fruit salad wafers,
chartreuse of jelly and coffee.

After lunch the tables were clear

ed and several games of progressive

rook were enjoyed. For this lovely

event, Mrs. Trammell wore a (beauti

ful gown of : blue 'brocaded crepe de
chene, iwiih vest of exequisite lace
embroidered in pink and (blue. Com Com-pleteing
pleteing Com-pleteing the costume was (black hat
with gold crown and trimmings ; of
omnkey" fur and -gold roses.

Eujoying IMrs. Scott's cordial 'hos

pitality were (Mrs. Trammell, airs', J.
H. Taylor, (Mrs. C. H. Llyod, CMrs. E.
J. Crook, IMiss iMeta Jewett, (Mrs. N.
Mlckman IMrs. L. M. Ohazal, CMrs.
IR. A. IBurford, IMrs. Edward Molded
IMrs.' CM. IFihel, IMrs. M.- M. Brand,
Qir's. J. C. B. Koonce, CMrs. iE. ,L.
Carney, CMrs. James Taylor and IMrs.
W. S. Bullock., ;.
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Qlr. and IMrs. John JefTords, iform-

erly of this city, are now residents of
Tampa, 'having (bought a pretty
iiome in Suburb 'Bean tiful. At pres present
ent present JMr. Jeffords Is affiliated in 'busi 'business
ness 'business with bis son-in-law ct Webster.
IMr. and CMrs. 'Fred KtBlley, who

&ave made their th'ome.ini-Ocala'' for
the past two years are now In Tampa
which in all proibaibiJitywlli (become
their permanent (home.

Mrs. A. iX. Cameron,

In the city shopping

Stanton,

.. JMrs. Vincent SMoody, has returned
to Orlando" af ter a (brief visit to Iter
mother-in-law, CMrs. E. P. CMoiody, at
CLake iView. ;'v-i ; -'A
CMr. C. 'B. Wheeler of (Jacks-onvijle
is the guest of her sister, CMrs. J. R.
Dewey.
(Dr. Walker and wife removed to to-day
day to-day (from; Jacksonville to Orange
Lake,. Marion county. ar- Walker
iras long been a resident of this city,
liavtng (formerly owned and, conduct conducted
ed conducted ja drug, store on the; "comer of
tate and Julia streets, t ; Me own s
much areal estate (here, whiih 9ie .will
continue to liold. A" good pihysici'an
and citizen, ihis, friends and ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances 'are loth to : igive him
up. All are, however, hopeful that
the doctor will return to ( Jackson--ville
to reside. Metropolis.

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WATCHES ARE HEADY
j IXIt THE AVIXXERS

iMrs. J. R. IMoorhead is in receipt
of a letter from Miss Okie Painter,

president of the IE. O. Painter Ferti

lizer Company, of Jacksonville, say

ing that she is (having the gold watch

engraved tfor.iMiss Cora (Land rum, of

(Floral City, and will send It to her

as soon as the work is finished. (Miss

ILandrum is the winner of the gold

watoh prize offered (by (Mis3 Painter

to the winner of the prize in each
county in the state where a cannig
club 13 in existence. Gome girl in

Marlon county will get a similar
watch a prize well worth trying for.

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The Star sincerely hopes the city

their arrival Saturday front 'Ger-I will find the aneans to keep up "Cam-

many, returned home this afternoonJl fort ILodge." It is one of Ocala's

ous to goinlFabroadTaiT. IRhein- (best institutions and we fowe it to

auer unaerwent an operation at I our country neighbors to maintain it.

Johns Mopkins hospital, (Baltimore,
in the spring and their (host of

friends aTe delighted that the sum

mer abroad with relatives and trav

eling bas been very (beneficial. Th

POSTOFFICE PARK

A number ofv young sycamore

trees ordered some months ago by

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aiiss Briggs and (Miss Edna Boi Boi-nd
nd Boi-nd arrived today from Orange (Riv (River
er (River and will make a short stay here
with friends. Fort iMyers Press.
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Blrs. C. B. Ayer returned yesterday
frrcu a visit of four weeks to :Mrs.
Gnr Ayer in Atlanta.
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Cvlr. Emmett Robinson is expect expected
ed expected home today from Jacksonville,
and 'Friday accompanied 'by IMrs.

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m ue m uue war zone, ueT l Postmaster Rogers arrived this

were pleasantly flocated and felt very moming, Tvre immediately set

ntue tine inconvenience surrered by out omder toMogers supervision in
so many Americans. :J.. grounds afctrad the postofflcei

I i The sycamore is a ibeau tlful tree.

ILast evening Bliss Ella Bogie p and w3len these jL.e mell

tertalned at the borne of (her grahd- ,help mafcihe postoffice square

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to CMiss Mary (Landers and ber guest,
CMiss Alice Oood willie of Chicago.

Dancing .was tne oraer or xne eve

ing. The music was f urnisned by

Messrs. Clark & Brane, who have
(been playing at the Airdome. Re-

These trees were brought here and

set out at the postmaster's personal

expense.

31R. FLAXERY WILL :

MOVE TO PALATKA

BIG VALUES

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MADE 111 AL1ER1 G A VEEK
At FRANK'S

This Entire Weelc

CMr. A. CM. Flanery, who has been

manager for the Ocala Meights

Dairy for the past 1'5 months, wil

leave tomorrow or next day for Pa-

latka, where "he will take a position

to travel over this section of the

state for the G. CM. Davis Sons Co
one of the oldest manufacturing
firms in the state, who make tanks
towers an'd silos. Qlr. Flanery wil
travel in an automobile and make

house to house canvass of the farms

especially pushing the silo made by

the factory. iMr. Flanery is a pleas

ant young man, capable and does not j
know when he works enough. I

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DEATH OF A LITTLE BOY

The Star sincerely regrets to ihear

of the death of the (bright little son

of IMr. and IMrs. O. S. Hammond. The
little fellow (hurt -himself while play

ing at ihls parents ihome out on the

tMartel road about two wees ago.

Tetanus set in and the child suffer suffered
ed suffered Intensely for days. The funeral

service was held thi3 morning at 10

o'clock in IMcIver & MacKay's chapel.

Slev. J. CM. Cross officiated.: .Inter

ment In (Greenwood! (He war n, very

smart afhd lovable child, and Is be

reaved parents (have the deep sym

pathy of their friends. 1 :

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Editor Star: Please allow us

space In your paper to extenu our
thanks to the many neighbors and

friends who were so kind to us dur

ing the Illness and death of our be-,

loved ihusband and -father, JMr. Rdbert
Holly. These acts of kindness will

long be remembere'd.

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tMrs. Fleming entered the hospital
yesterday.
airs. Graham of Coleman was op operated
erated operated on at the bospital this morn morn-ting
ting morn-ting and is doing well.

XOTICE TO CREDITORS
XoUce Is bereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distrdlbutees, and all
other persons baving claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned with within
in within two years from this date, tonwit:
This 23rd day of October, A. iD,; 1914.
IF. P. Gad son,
George Giles,
As Administrators of the Estate of
PTiscilla Cody, deceased. 10-2S-wed

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"DEIIE .FLYER"

SOUTH ATEAIiTIO LEIITED

Pullman'cars Irom Chicar St. Eouis, Indianapolis,' Eoubvillo
Intermediate points to Jacksonville.

DEING AND OE3 ERVATI02 CAE3

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STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH

A. W. FRITOT, D. F. A.,
138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.

J. G. KIRKEAJID, D. P. A.,
" Hlllsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fin.

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Rough Dry Work Ione C Cents Per Pound,
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All Blankets and articles washed
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. t v We Put
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IMaking dt Easy to
COOK, CARVE 'AND CONSU3EE THEM
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Shippers of the famous Crystal : :

:: River Oysters. Seal plug carriers, ::
:: sanitary in every respect. Can ::
care for orders both large and
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I win sire fifty dollars. gs first paj'meat on one of those '$100 lots
in SMcrion Heihtsf; lrid one chance on that

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to the man or wohian, boy or girl,' writing the best poem on the

DM IFasMabna (EaFcaleini

carrying out thev;hoiiht as a (means xf reducing rthe hig"h cost of I
liTing. Poem to pbtaarf not over twen ty (Lines.

LOCAL LEfaSIi.VTION

Paving assessments
Sidewalk assessments

.The city council met last night in iV. YTM (Dept., rents

regular session with the

following 3eI- s3- of meters

11.44
24.20
2,445.42

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, Total collections .$9,364.4$
C. W. Hunter, Councilmen JFausett, Bal on hand 0ct ;ilf 1914 m 3fS'3S.6S

Carmichael, 'Bennett, ivnJght ana

Txtal $13,203.14
Warrants Drawn During October,
1914

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Ocala, FIorMa
C ompletely Renovated and NewiManagement
NOWaOPEN.
'Room i Without Bath $1.00
Running :Water inJEvery Room in the House
ELECTRIC E1LEVATOR SERTICE PHONES IN ALL ROOMS

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3Iinutes of last session were read
and adopted.
JMrs. J. R. aioorhead, representing

Comfort Ledge, was present as was -salaries, officers, clerks,

also Col. Ii. Jr. Jlogers, ana addressed eta j ....... $
the council on behalf of the lodge, tPolico department:
which they said would have to be s .Salaries
closed unless" some financial assist-1, witness -fees and costs.,.,
ance could Ibe obtained. Mr. iHunter j(Feed for prisoners ......
told Mrs. Oloorhead that tire city !gundry expense ... ... ...
could not contribute to the cause un-!,greet department:

ter could be arranged (by the city
conducting the place itself, and the
matter was ref erred to the city at attorney
torney attorney to look into the legal status
of the case.
iA.n ordinance a.mending the- li library
brary library ordinance was nread -and re referred
ferred referred to the Judiciary committee.
This ordinance ch'anges 13ie location
of the library site from the lot next
to the present city hall to a (position

on the new city (block f ;: across 1 the

street, and iprovides for the bundling ; Feed

and disbursing of the tfunds that are ( (Supplies and repairs .

raised out of 'the assessment for the Sundries ..

library.

44 3.00
335.50
13.45
10.20
30.00
. 431.86
-85.40
' 129.43
1111.00
.456.49
85.47
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10.75
4&3.00
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71.92
106.63
85.86

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Sundry expense, surveying
Surveying ... ... ..,
Sanitary department:

TJabor and expense
Feed .... .. .

Health department .......
orarket . .i. ..i . '.
Contingencies .
Pound expense ...... '.. '..-Fire
Fire '..-Fire department:
Salaries ; :

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who o;nis the dxTciling -the. busincr; i report

in your name?.
of courso you tliink that you do; br.t arc you right?
the question is vrorth considerinSf it involves .tho orijiu ecu
the development cf inHviiliir.l cv."ncrship in Ir.rid.
: in the beginnis of civilization no rrscn creed xmy definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections f
. --i rv. ,. .. ...... ----. -.?.; - : --. .' t f -" ,.r- -" --! ".' ; -
- :' "'"-r -- "j; -"t- ; .- r"-. :- '-" -' js' -" : -' & i- ipi L -J'' '" is.-3.-,;'", "'.-V r " '- .--t " --1 '
it; homes and. trading places were cot i' c4; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for Individuals to dispute over tiia occupancy of cmj parties
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tAn ordinance was Tead ifor the first j

time and referred to the judiciary
committee which carries Into effect
the .result of the recent general .bond
election. Only a portion of such
bond issue carrying, it wa.s necessary
.to pass an ordinance to carry into ef effect
fect effect such portion, namely,- the sew sewerage
erage sewerage bends, that did carry;
The electric plant fbond election
having carried and hav,hig no other
tmeasures attached to 3t, needed no
further ordinance to carry it into ef ef-tfect.
tfect. ef-tfect.
The results of !both elections were
canvassed and the results declared.

(Under the ihead of officers reports J

IMr. Caldwell stated that the work of
installing the new supplementary
machinery at the electric plant had
(been oomtpleted and ,the plant will
liave a slarger capacity than.it ihas

ever had and is able to care if or all
demands on it for the approaching

winter. The new power, will ?be in

iuse in a few days, as soon as lit can

be conneoted up and tried out. The

changing and 'better distribution of

the street lighting ihas not resulted

in any greater load on the plant, but
has resulted in-ifar 'better lighting.
Ir. H. IF. Watt,' city' health officer,
filed his report for. the rmonth, which
was iread. It is as follows:
Report of the Health Officer
To the Council, City f Ocala: I
hereby submit the following report
as city health officer for the month
of October, 1914. v
The following onarkets inspected

and classed as good: Carn-Thomas,
Marsh, !L. P. Iawkins, J. 'D. Daw Daw-kins,
kins, Daw-kins, .'Crolman,. Sarasota,. IFausett,
iMordis, Teuton, Chisena Wenrick;
fair, IPeter Paul v and iN. E. ILowe.
iBakeries, Carter, chlemmer, 'Heintz,
good. :
IMilk and dairy inspection as fol fol-Ioiws:
Ioiws: fol-Ioiws:
Mrs. Pyles Inspection, 67.
Sells only ibutter and :butterniilk.
ICampibell SFarm Inspection, 80
per icent; ibutter fat, 5.0; total soUds,
13.81; Ibateria per c.'c.,; 1'5,000.
IR. S. Hall' Inspection, 74;
ibutter fat, 3.0; total solids', 12.1;
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Ocala Heights- iinspection, 91;
ibutter fat, '5.'5; total solids, 14.69;
(bacteria, 8,500.
Mrs; 'Purvis Inspection, 84.
IHas gone out of business.
IR. ID. Hewitt inspection, 77;'
ibutter fat, 4.4; total solids, 13.55;
(bacteria, 2:2,000.
Olrs. Roller iinspection, 57
Sells only (butter and (buttermilk,
!Mrs. Close Inspection,, 65-.
Sells only butter and buttermilk.
(No contagious diseases reported
this month.
In the school inspection worlk I
have nearly completed !the examina examination
tion examination of the prtmary children once.
lAibout 280 Children examined so far.
fH. F. Watt, City Health Officer.
mhe clerk's monthly financial re report
port report was read and adopted.. The re report
port report is as follows:
City Clerk's Financial Report
To the Honorable City Council,
Ocala, (Florida.
Gentlemen: 1 have the'honor to
suibmit the following report of re receipts
ceipts receipts and disbursements during Oc October,
tober, October, 191'4:
r. Receipts
Collected tby tax collector:
Taxes . $ 155.93
(Licenses . . 3,848.50
Collected by marshal:
(Fines, police court . .-. 138.00
(Delinquent personal taxes. 19.80
Hack inspection fees 3.00
(Collected by stock inrpndr:
Pound fees ... ... .. ... 9. To
Col. by city attorney:
Tax certificates . ...... 143.00
Collected by clerk: .
E. L. Dept., service ...... 2,351.37
E. L. Dept., meters 55.00
MaTket and house rent 80.00

(Concluded on Page lEight)

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which: must be sold within next sixty days--party has to '--have the nioiiy
Better see us quick. ; ; v
xVJe also have one or two other small propositions in the ofuci: v-hich arc
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or wrile.

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More goods for the same money. ; Same goods ioz

less money. This is the place where
Values Win Out." ;

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gain prices for the first time iii Ocala.
Prices will always prevail at this store.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEIXESIAV, NOVEMBER 4. 1014

DOINGS. OF T3ETE VAN LOONS

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If Tie RIchkiaii WEBSTin
1 Erery day In your talk and reading:, at g
I f borne, on tfee tre t car, in the oiSce, shop g
li and school yon likely question the mean U
if in of lornn nru word. A friend fi-sks:
i! Wbatmakei nurtarhareen?" You sec ic g
II the location ot l.vc Katrine or th? praaun- g
p ciation of JnSuinu What It uhlte tool? 3
!;i Tliia New Creation answers all kinds of
Is Questions In LaEr 8:e.llistory,Bio?rai5hy, s
II Fiction. For?i,jn Word, Trades, Arts and s
ii Sciences, iriifA Anal authority. -Cs
II C0,C0OWorJi. !Zfi&C i
C00O lllusitratlons. y 1

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li The only die1. hmnry -with

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On thin, opiqac, strongr.

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finches.
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So buy your groceries from the
OCAIA GFICCEUY CWrPAXY,
and save m'oiey.
Everjvllttle hit helps. Full 'weight
and masure guarantee!

.30c

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1 pountt lilies. CofXee. v,
.3 pounds bit Rice. .

1 qt good Florida Syrup. . .20c
1 bottle good Fla Syruji.".. i)o
Irish potatoes per pk. . . 2tJc
DA COX pe:,' 'pound . ..... .10c
5 gallons oil. . ......... .60c
Everything cheap for cas-h.

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NOTICE

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Pay Your 1915 Licenses Sow
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

Toe tax col

lector will issue the license and fur

nish all blanks and other information

ion request. Respectfully, ...

W. Ev Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-30t

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 turtles
tles turtles w&s. sighted off the Pacific coast
recently by the captain of a San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco steam', v." The tree was 40 feet
long and had been floating so long
that Its limbs appeared to be perfectly
petrified.;

By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
A DVERTISING isn't a crucible with which lazy, bigoted and

r incapable merchants can turn incompetency into success but ,is ln open violation o! tbe laws of

one into which brains and tenacity and courage can be poured tue BLd,tl3 l riuUd

and changed into dollars. It is only a short cut across the fields
not a mbvir g platform. You can't "get there" without "going some."
It's a game in which the worker not the shirker gets rich.
By its measurement every man stands for what he is and for
what he do?s, not for what he was and what he did.
Every day in the advertising world is another day and has to be
taken care of with the same energy as its yesterday.
The quitter can't survive where the plugger has the ghost of a
chance. .
Advertising doesn't take the place of business talent or business
managemem:. Jt simply tells what a business is and how it is man managed.
aged. managed. The nob whose father created and who is content to live on
what was handed to him, can't stand up against the man who knows
he must build for himself.
What makes you think that you are entitled to prosper as well
as a competitor who works twice as hard for his prosperity?
Why should as many people deal at your store, as patronize a
shop that makes an endeavor to get tfieir trade and shows them that
it is worth vhile to come to its doors?
Why should a newspaper send as many customers to you; in half
the time it took to fill an'estdblishment which advertised twice tas
long and paid twice as much for its publicity?
. This is the day when the best man wins after he proves that
he is the best man when the best store vins; when it has shown that
it is the best store when the best goods win, after they've been
demonstrated to be the best goods. f
If you want the plum you can't get it-by lying, under the tree
with yqur mouth open waiting for it to drop too many other men
are willing to climb out on the limb and risk their necks in their
eagerness to get it away from you. I
It is a man's game this advertising just hanging on and
tugging and spraining all the time to get and keep ahead. It is the,
finite expression of the law of Competition, which sits in blind-fbldedj
justice over the markets of the world.
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For Good Wood
BIG Load tor? $1.
Your Order will have ;
Immeciute Attention.

L. SMOAR

At Smoalc's Wagon Shop.

A. D. BROOKS

Has moved his General Merchandise
tock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mrafeet to the new

St. Georges Block,

where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag-

1IEKLIX
Berlin, Nov. CMr. and Qlrs.. J.

Li. iBeck i:eturnii home last Monday

after a -3 3veial daj-s visit, LMr. iBeck
attending the 'Confederate veteran's
reunion at Lakeland, ;whilo Mrs.
eBck visiiied !her daughter, Mrs. W.
. Howell at, Mint City.
iMr. and Mrs. !W. A. Noble were

the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. -4

iS.'J, tMrCully.
Mr. 'B; W. iFetiguson made a bus business
iness business trie. -to. 'Gainesville last Motrt-

(Mrs. "j. S. JEvtrett of .Fort IMcCqs',

sijent (F;:!rday anil Saturday ihere, the

guest o: 'her" parents, (Mr. and iMrs.
G. W. 'Milk. i
iMessrs. Herry Seckinger, J. L.
Smith tsnd son,; Lewis, of JMartel,

were callers in OJerlin .the first' of the
week. Dir. Siriith is having .a large
tract of land fenced and will' soon
increase his fanning operations here.
(Mr. and IMrs. iR. E. iMathews, of
s Fleming t on. spent several days f of

last -we(?k there visiting relatives.
CMr. y.'. EL. iFrink has returned from
Lakeland jwhera 'he attended the

Confederate veteran's reunion. v

Mr. W. P. 3t;$ls'and son, Paul,

srjent Sunday in Oak. tMr. Rawls

rei-urneil home : Monday, while Paul
will remain a while with his- grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, '.Mr. and IMrs. Luffman.
Friday w as 1.1 -banner day at Fel

lowship. The tautiful high school
buildinr 'was diiicated. .The exercis exercises
es exercises ibegan about 10:30, wth Mr.. J. D.
JRooney, of Ocaa as master of cere ceremonies.
monies. ceremonies. Governor Park Trammell
and Superintendent Sheats of Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, made eloquent addresses
during 'the morning ihours. At noon
a very appetizing dinner -was served
fey the ".adies. During the -afternoon
several representatives of the Flori Florida
da Florida 'Vegetable Marketing IB urea 1

NOTICK

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

first securing tnis license are doing
so in open violation of the-laws of
Florida All 'funds d erived from au

tomobile licenses .for private use
into the road fund.
! Respectfully,
3-3 Ot W. L. ColbertyTax Collector

"Three years ago when 1 was livr
ing In Pittsburg, one of my children
hiwi a hard cold and coughed dread dread-ifully.
ifully. dread-ifully. -Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, 1 purchased a flyottleof Cham Cham-jberlain'e
jberlain'e Cham-jberlain'e Oough Remt?dy and it -benefited
ihim ut once. I, fin'd 1t the best
cough medicine for children Ibecanse
it f:s fpleasaht to take. They do not
object taking it," 'writes IMrs. La-

ifayette Tuck, Horner City, Pa. This 9

ne given a chiiq iis oonnaenxiy as to ip
an adult. Sold bv all dealers. ad IV

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fiftpn lies In th brassiere. Ifuntlrrdr.f ih' v -nr, of vc?

wear tlie Dien-Jolic Urasicre for t:c rc;: i:ut they r" -' ;r.!
it .is nccc.e'ari' a crfct. It sir'.rts t'..' bvst t:nl .o
and gives the fig:'-:re the youthful outline fj-hitm tlc-fec?.

nre thedairjtu'it.rr.o'jtscrufc. ".a

'C?7 TT? rarraert-J i::..irrii-U.-l-. Only ihc

s on-..tclv

s rustle3j pcriittins laur.derit.' wilhout removal.
They erne in all styles, and j-Tir I.-hu! Dr3 iknl tUilfr
- will tKV)v i!icra to ynu on roqae-t. I:;"tIoe isotrarry tlt1'
ho con eri'r get t'-c;n f r y n by vrit;njr to .' Scn'l f-r
an illustrated borAIct showing" styles tlixxt ?re ic t v' r

EHNJAMIN &-J0HNES.'
0 Warren Street -Newark, N. J.

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rent. Why not prepare now by inztzUlzz

r; Dally Thcu jht. --When
men speak 111 .of thes, rr livo
tlmt nobody will believ? them. Pfato.

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OCALA FRATERIlAt OliDEilS I hVil AaIi v

JVIARION-DUNN 3IASONIC LODGE

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They are now cheaper and more emclent than ever.

For, the same current you are nov.r consuming In carbon lamp;

Marlon-Dunn Lodge To. 19, F. & A hey will give three" times the light.

a. .i., meexs on ine iirst ana tnira
Thursday evenings or each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
; Baxter Cam, W.
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ORDER OP EA STERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E..S.,
meets at Yonge's h.ll the second. and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at, 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. -M.
Miss 'Florrie Condon,- Secy.
ODD FEIXOM'S

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Come in arid let us demonstrate.

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Commercial Banl: lilock, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Local

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Post Iiox 510.

Long Distance .Phone', 03

Speech 'of Little Value.
Nine-tenths of flie things that have
been said might as well have been left
unsaid for. all the benefit they are to
human It. v. : 1 :

Severe Blood v
' Troubles anisli

With Magic Effect j Cteat Rem Remedy
edy Remedy Makes Disease
Disappear

nolia and SoMth Second Street, where made snort speecnes. etvvi

ie will be ploased to see his friends
and customers. ; 4
o IRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERD3S
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECIALTY.

TL ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Lsrpenfer and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. -Grves more and better
work for the money than any other
ntractor i:a tli? city.' v

speeches; tiie B1 itch ton quartet sang
several teantif ,il songs. A great
many sections of the county and
state were represented, there being
several hundred (people in attend attendance.
ance. attendance. -.Kveryohc pronounced it.au
enjoyable affair and one to be re remembered.
membered. remembered.

Tn!lula Lodero No. 22. L O. O. F..

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesdayjl

- m o olnrovc ovtonnon Tn v1 ftirln f

brethren.. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every. (Monday at 7:30 p. m., at

Castle Hall, q,ver the James Carlisle h

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis

iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C C-Cha.
Cha. C-Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp Xo. 14 meets at li
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every i

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

F. J. Burden, C. C.

Chas. K. Ssge, Clerk. Ad

IMrORTANT

SB ear in mine that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only, move the bowels,
tout improve she appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers.

At almost any drng store you may ob obtain
tain obtain S. S. S., the famous blood purifier,
and you then have the veritable wizard
that makes all blood troubles vanish. Tour
stomach takes kindly to !?. S. S., it rushes
Into ycur blood, is a purifying war;, makes
the liver, 'kidneys, bladder and skin work
in harmony; stops accumulations that have
caused rheumatism, catarrh, swollen glands,
sore throat and skin eruptions.

Just as food makes blooi, so does S. S. S.
follow the process of digestion to stimu stimulate
late stimulate natural secretions to protect us against
the ravages of disease geims. We ;ire well
aware of the fact that these germs are
apt to be latent within as to brenk forth
in violent eruptions of the skin whenever
the system is in a low state of resistance.
And it is to both preveit these eruptions
or to get rid of them that Nature gave h3
such .in ally as S. S. S. It ift purely
vegetable, contains no mercury, and yet it
overcomes hese serious troubles for which
mercury has been employed for ages. In
every community are people who know this
to be true. They owe to S- S. S. their
recovery. Get a bottle today. Refuse all
substitutes. Read the folder around the
bottle that tells of th; wonderful work
oeing clone by the medicai department in
assisting users of S. S For a special
book cn blood troubles address Tlfcie Swift
. Srdftir Co.. 51 Swift BIdg., Atlanta, Ga.

LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE
Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thur sd ay; at 8 : 3 0 p. r"Q.
Visiting brethern always .welcome ;o
the lodge and club qoue'9 on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoocc.
J. D. Rocney, Dictator.
' CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. M.

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(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.

,rrrf7?q prrArpT (TTP)iThp) rm
"IT" AM now in business for myself. Conducting a Hlh Clxts re re-r
r re-r tail bar and Mail Order House. 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 me what the 'public Wants,
and J am supplying that wart.
JUST. A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND VRlCEr, ;?

Gpod Old 65 -Proof Rye,
Com of Gin,, in jugs
at per gallon.-. gl 'Q

Good Old SO Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs

at per gallon.

$2.00

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

' gallon.

$1.75

Remember that-wo will all
any order you' send us and
meet the price of any other
legitimate house -

Make ray place your! headquarters -while In the city, You will be
welcome arid be treated right at all times and on every transi transition
tion transition at "J6hnijy?s Place a
The-FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot--ties
and on draft.

paOPRlBTOII';

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' OCALA., FLC'niDA.

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CONCORDIA LODGE P. U. OP, A.

Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union

of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of

eacn montn. Geoi Taylor. -F. M
Cha.3. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, R. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge Xo. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourt.l Tuesday even-

iags in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house

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

TikeMonaoeincnt -ol BTL LIcCLAHE
Medical, Surgilcal, eydropaflilc
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square; entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxlef's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines

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All Citizens of Ocala and surrounding towns,
:and the Strangers within their gates,
are invited.

S10USM0S WILL DINE ROYALLY M THE WOODS

Forty-two Pigs, F.our Steers, Twenty Lambs, Three Hundred Chickens
will be Barbecued by JONES & MATTOX, the Georgia Barbecue Kings.

THE BARBECUE TRENCH IS TWO HUNDRED FEET LONG.
TWENTY CORDS OF HARD WOOD REQUIRED FOR THE COALS

The Jacksonville Brewing Company will deliver a carload of their famous
GERMAN TONIC and there will be thousands of delicious cold soft drinks for
the ladies and children.
The Richter Bakery will furnish a solid mile of their delicious breads.
FAMOUS OLD ORANGE SPRINGS IS THE PLACE.
Special Train Leaves Ocala via. Ocala Northern Ry. at 9 a. m.

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T H IS Wl LL BE rTLO R I DA'S BIG DAY.

Fletcher; and' Bryan, Congressman Franlt Clarlr.

En-Gov. Gilchrist, and ether prominent sons ot
the x state are expected. v: ;
A Lntiin Moving, Picture, Comp any will -he present to :'malie .an
Interesting play cmt pi the event.
EEilYTHMG BUT THE .RAILWAY FARE IS FREE!

Come and bring y onr trlends - All are

I want it distinctly understood that this great barbecue is being given for
the sole purpose of letting the people of North Florida see the wonderful im improvement
provement improvement that have been made in the Florida-Palatka Colonies andx the su superb
perb superb citizenry that the New South Farm and Home Company have succeeded
in bringing into the Mate to locate here and make their future homes with us.
These citizens, are coming from Kenwood, Hollister, Burbank, Fort McCoy;
Eureka, Interlachenr Bay Lake and other pretty little towns located in vari vari-ousparts
ousparts vari-ousparts of theland in Putnam and Marion counties known as the Florida Florida-Palatka
Palatka Florida-Palatka Colonies.
This is not a scheme to sell land or. tor any other pnrpose ex except
cept except to have a glorlons time.

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Special trains will be run from Ocala and Palatka to Orange Springs.
We want every live wire among the real estate men, turpentine factors, opera operators,
tors, operators, bankers, lawyers, merchants, in fact all who have the interests of North
Florida at heart, to come, bring their families and help us make this big
barbecue at Orange Springs a tremendous and jolly occasion.
Sincerely yours,
CHAS. H. SEIG, President,
New South Farm & Home Company,
Palatka, Fla.
PALATKA COMMITTEE: OCALA COMMITTEE:
Members Palatka Board oi Trade. Members Ocala Board ot Trade
JACKSONVILLE BARBECUE COMMITTEE"
P. L. Sutherland, B. S. Caflett, Walter Graham, Henry Free,
Fred. S. McConnell, H. L. Anderson, F. J. O'Hara, Wm. Foor,
' George H. Mason, W0 M. Toomer.'

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E ALL realize thai: when there Is dancing going en, whether it ho the
new-fangled tango or the old-fashioned polka or waltz some one
must pay the. fiddler.

Wo cannot hare musis without paying for it, nor can wo have much of.
anything in this world without paying for It. .
if we expect any person to do something for u3we expect, naturally to
do 'something in exchange for s ich favors as we receive. ; If we accept favon$
but ev:de the responsibility of making any' returns for them it will not to
long before we discover that ttie unpaid for favors become curtailed.
' ;Prcbably we become provoked; after the favors have stopped, and ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge our -own Etupldity; It Is generally too late -when wTe wake up
and then it is merely the old story over .again of locking the door after
the horse has been stolen. '
-Many of us in this community devote more or less of our time to the
raising- of produce of various Kinds. We have vegetables, butter, eggs, millr,
etc., to sell. '
We find it a convenience to s el t such products in the local stores. Scrao
of our: business men buy up the smaH Quantities, as well as the larger lot3,
and ship all together to the more central markets.
This facility for disposing of such articles Is 'a great convenience to U3.
If the local storekeepers dii not buy our produce It would be difficult for us
to find a market. In fact, there would be no market for small quantities
except. at ruinous prices. - J
.Therefore we are favored, to a very considerable extent; by the fact
that our local storekeeper stands ready to buy from us. This places us under
certain, obligations. -The local storekeepers are entitled to some considera

tion f rom us In return!. ;,
. HOW MANY OF US AiPPRECIATE AND ACKNOWlEDGB TJIIS FACTT
' How many of us think of this when we have some cash to spend? How
many of us consider that the local storekeeper Is entitled to our trade and
that we are morally bound to consider him as the proper repository for cur
! orders and the recipient of our trade? .. ;
f It is regrettable that many of us must plead guilty 'to an entire forgetful forgetful-ness
ness forgetful-ness of any feeling of obligation. Therefore, we send our orders, with tho
cash, to the mail order, houses, to whom we owe nothing.
We are enticed by cleverly written advertisements and neatly vvsrdsd
descriptions. of goods and merchandise eo that we deceive ourselves Into be believing
lieving believing them to be true; We.forge't the local storekeeper and h! favors; we
forget that he is a benefit to the community and to every Individual In the
community; we forget that he Is affording us an opportunity to dispose cf
our produce that he has his money Invested In a stock of merchandise that
.he has selected because he 'believed we would need such articles and vvculd;
wish to buy them at home.
Every dollar we send away from home to the mail order houses brings
us closer to the limitations; of our local opportunities. Every dollar diverted
from local trade adds to the restrictions of our trade facilities at home eo
that we are not only permitting, but we are inviting, "our local merchants to"
close up shop and go out of business ; or to move to some community whero
their efforts will be more appreciated. .
By our lack of appreciation we are urging oup local storekeepers to re

strict their efforts to carrylng only the lines of merchandise that are the most

profitable for them and to cut out all goods that we csn buy In tha city. Ve
are actually Inviting disaster.
LET US AWAKEN TO A REALIZATION OF THE CONDITIONS WHICH

CONFRONT US. UST US PLACE SOME LIMITATIONS ON OUIt DISUE-

GARD FOR EXISTING CONDITIONS AND LOOK INTO THE FUTURE.

We can see what the consequences must be if we fall to do our charo
toward supporting the establishments of our business men la town, for tho

handwriting is written plaliily on the wall.

Shall wo read the writing and profit by tho message or shall we continno

to dance merrily and foolihly on "until the time shall come when we must

pay? And how shall we p&y?

There will be only one, way to pay and that will bo with much more than

the profit wo shall have derived from our dealings with the mail order houses.

WE WILI PAY" DEARLY UNLESS WE AWAKEN TO A FULL SENSE OF

OUR RESPONSIBILITIES, AND AT ONCE.
We wish to dance, but let us change the tune or tho fiddler. v 1

Mow MexaEfes UrdedS

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By HERBERT ELA.UFMAW--

"; Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
A LEXANDER the Great was being shown the Gordian Knot.
fvi "It can't be untied' they told him; "every-man who tried to
do so failed."
But Alexander wa not discouraged because the rest had flunked.
He simply realized that he1 would have to go at it in a different way.
And instead of wasting time with his fingers, he drew his sword and
slashed it apart.

Every day a great business general is shown some knot wnicn
has proved too much for his competitorsand he 'succeeds, because
he finds a way. to cut it. The fumbler has ho show so long as there
is a brother merchant who doesn't waste time" trying to accomplish
the impossible who takes lessons from the failures about him and
ayoids the methods which were their downfall.
The knottiest problems in trade are: ;
1 Thx problem of location;
2 The problem of getting the crowds.
3 The problem of keeping the crowds.-
4 The problem of minimising fbicd cnpen:rs.
5 -The probjera of creating a valuable good vilL
None of these knots is going to.be' untied by fumbling fingers.
They are too complicated. They're all inextricably involved so
twisted and entangled that they can't be solved singly like the
Gordian knot they must be cut through at cne stroke. 5 And you
can cut the knot with anything but Advertising because :
1 A store tliat is constantly before the people makes its own
neighborhood. 1
2 Crowds can be brought from anywhere by persistent adver advertising.
tising. advertising. ;
3 Customers can always be held by inducements.
4 Fixed expenses can only be reduced by increasing the volume
of sales.
5 Good will can only be created through publicity.
Advertising is breeding new giants every year and making thera
more powerful every hour. Publicity is the sustaining food of a
powerful store and the only strengthening nourishment for a weal:
one. The retailer who delays his entry into advertising must pay
the penalty of his procrastination by facing more giant competitors
as each month of opportunity slips by.
Personal' ability as a close purchaser .and as a clever seller,
doesn't count for a hang, so long as other men are equally well posted
and wear the sword of publicity to boot. They are able to tie your
business into constantly closer knots, while you cannot retaliate, be because
cause because there is no knot which their advertising cannot cut for them.

Yesterday you lost a customer today they took one tomorrow

Xlcurihment. fine fla fla-:;v6r'
:;v6r' fla-:;v6r' purity -erispness
vholesornene33. All
for 5 cents, in the
moisturD-proofpackagc.

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you haven't the weapon with which to oppose it. You can't untie
wiir Gordian knot because it can't be untied you've got to cut it.

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you must become an advertiser or you must, pay the penalty of

incompetence.

(Copyright.)

OPEX DAY AND IGIIT

You need a few seeds to plant in
the garden at home! ,We have';theni

Merchant's Cafe, C. L. depot J in all kinds, and fresh ones, too.
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches j Bitting & Knight, druggists
at any hour. Adv. I
, We always 'have on hand a freih
For chapped, cracked skin, use J sup-ply of the famous Norris can lies,
delightfully soothing Rexall cream j Court. Pharmacy. 2-Ct
of almonds. Gerig's. ad tf - :

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

Harmony cocoa outter cream. A
soothing cloanser for -t.he face and
hands, 50 cents, at Gerigs ad tf.

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A food for every cay.

Crisp, delicious and
strengthening. Fresh
baked and fresh do do-slivered.
slivered. do-slivered. 10 cents.

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A delightful new bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, with a rich and
delicious cocoanut fin-
vor. Crisp and alvaya
fresh. 20 cents.

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Thh h ths drugstore vthevs ycu nil! f
a Cnil fc::crtC3f nt cf high rid err.::;:,
choeoktsi, boaboat creams every iMs jv;;,
'yon need io candydom.'v.We will raake e;i
asiortsaents as you wish. Daintily Lzrr i;
Come here also for your ic3 crrim, cij
arid clirs. Do you, hGussnifc, tnc; tlJ
Tidut cf absorbent pzpzt in the. home t Trjr l

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You c;a't tell in ho7 many ways cntil
3rou try thera. Hef3 are a ft si ; polijhing
catgls.;, nirrors snd wir.iiovr3, absoibin-;
ffrease from frid foods, atsorb'nf fi't
iiquid3. Don't us$ your good linen towels
in the kitchen and pile up biz washing
erery week. Ute ScctTissue. Junic.
ciediuni and large sizes. ScctTissue Tc'dct
Paper is another article you will Ills.
It is soft, absorbent and snowy tvi.itir-"-Largs
rolls, 10c.
ANTi-fionopoLY; ;
DRUG

Dcn't Heat Knives.
Never heat a knife on tho ctoi &
for cutting frofting,' it rains tho tcb.
per. Instead, pour hot water over tlir
blade, or dip it icto hot water.



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, V1NSIA.V, OV01BI2X 4. 1914

LOCAL LEGISLATJOX
(Continued from 'Fifth Page)
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OCALA OCCURRENCES

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'Anniversary.'

South Carolina Ttust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
' i
air. W. W. ,Allsop of JVVelrsdale is
transacting .business in Ocala today.
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Hot drinks of all kinds at the
Court Pharmacy! 2-Ct

"Anniversary."

Mr. J H. badger, of .Berlin, is
among the strangers in town today:

Now is the time to plant Rye foi

pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

!Mr. John TVV. Stephens, the wtheel wtheel-(horse
(horse wtheel-(horse of the QTort (McCoy democracy
came in today to (bring the Fallot
box fused in yesterday's election, in
his precinct.

'Anniversary.'
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IMr. John W. Smoak and Mr. A.
iV. Younge represented (Fairfield in
the city today.

"Anniversary."

Br. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv..
'
(Mr. (William Mocker, iMr. "OB. T.
Welvenston and Dr. J. IE. Chace are
having their 'homes t repainted and
other improvements made.

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. 1.. ....... 76. 4 ..
(Nov.' 2.. ...78 55
DCov. 3. . 77 53 ;
Fair tonight and Thursday.

3IARSHS XEW MARKET

v (Mr. iW. B. Gallagher was a lousi lousiness
ness lousiness visitor to iLeesburg yesterday.
(He ana'de 'the (trip in ihis car and was
accompanied toy iMr A. J. Beck.

' 'Anniversary.

(Mr. Jesse G. IMeadows, who shas
charge of ihe IReddick Ice and Pack Packing
ing Packing Company's cold storage 'plant at
Reddick, is in the city today on bus business,
iness, business, and says that the i farmers
Ihave already begun (bringing In on eat
for storage. YPhe Sndiications s.re .that
bere mill be a large increase in fhe
aneat packing business this season in
the Reddick section- and this; live
concern Is making' preparations to

CMr. Wall of Summerfield, with a
party of friends, came up today. tMr. tMr.-Txemero
Txemero tMr.-Txemero of 'Bereview was a passen passenger
ger passenger in the car. V

iMr. (Walter QlaTsh .moved into his

new in rket uptown yesterday and
is geftilg ptrgMpmau-it fjg
as Jhe canthou gh part of (his fix fixtures
tures fixtures have not yet arrived. The up uptown
town uptown place is 'going to ;be very con convenient
venient convenient for him and for (his custom customers
ers customers and" both think they will like It,
(Mr. (Marsh Is located in the store
recently vacated ,Iby Mr. ILansford,
having half of .the (big room, the O.
K. grocery (using the rear half for
Its storeroom and warehouse.
0 (Mr. (Marsh has put in not only the
largest refrigerator in the city, but
one .of the best and most improved
that we thave ever seen. It is very
large and ample room is provided

to carry a large supply of meats
several whole beeves can foe stored
there at one time. A, splendid fea feature
ture feature of the !huge refrigerator is the
double compartment, or inner and

outer rooms. The interior room is
ptpvided so that the reserve stock
can be kept at a lower degree of
iteniperature and the door will only
be, opened when necessary to re remove
move remove the stock, and from the outer
room the supplies that are being
used thru the day will (be kept.
: air. Marsh proposes to 'keep the
market as clean, sweet an dattract dattract-ive
ive dattract-ive in appearance as it is possible to
do, and with the screen "r door and
windows 'and .big electric fans, ex expects
pects expects to .reduce those pests to a
minimum. ;
The interior of the store is quite
pretty, having been finished and
decorated especially only a short
time ago toy the farmer tenants, and
When the iwork is all completed and
the new furniture and fixtures all
in' place, iMr.' Marsh will have a mar market
ket market th at any city could be proud of,
and he" expects to keep his service
and goods both fully up to the stand standard
ard standard of the place.

Water works department:
(Labor r
Fuel .'. ... . ... .
Sundries ',. . .-. . ....
(Refunds . .,. ........
'Meters .. . ... ......

394.01
l,4a2.94
' 2.00
206.40

Total warrants dra wa, $ 8 9 9 5 4 9
Disbursed by City Treasnrec During
1 .- October -. ')-
General fund ... ... :.. .$2,8S9.S2
Electric light fund 2,830.49
Water works fund ," 2,4 75.4 1

; $8,215.72
Balance on hand iXovemiber 1, 1914:
General fund . ... . ... $2,292.47

Sinking fund . ......

Electric light fund
Water works fund . .
Water works bond fund

1,643.63
515.33
205.85

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. $.987.42
Outstanding Scrip Xovember 1 1914
General fuiid . 543.75
Electric 'llgb-t fuud .. ...... 322.52
rVVater works fund. 110.80

Mr. T. J. ;Bryant now has charge
of the Arcade Cafe on South .'Magno .'Magnolia
lia .'Magnolia street. iMr. Williams, one of the
proprietors, has purchased the trail-
Mtf-t rtrl .ftfi f n4i in n Via' C? Art Vv-rt ? y

Iot and will give that place bis per-
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sonai aiieniion ior une present.

iMr. 'Frank Lytle of .'Stanton' is
among the 'business visitors in j the
city todaj'. 'He says that he is ship shipping
ping shipping one and two caTloads a. week of
grapefruit and orange sT

The .services at the lMethodist
church are being very well attended

'-each evening, and iRev. Gross'' ser

mons mudh enjoyed. Services be

at 7:30 and are moderately short

' iMessrs. J. K. .Priest of Burbank,
on the east and JMarlon li, Payne, of
Fairfield onthe northwest of ais, two
of IMarions county's most substantial
farmers and influential, citizens, were
in to wn today on "business ibefore the
county (boards;

The machinery has been ordered
and is now on the way from the man

ufacturers for the peanut abutter fac factory
tory factory to ;be installed shortly at GEted GEted-dickj
dickj GEted-dickj This promises to be one of the
county's leading industries before
many years. This is the second fac factory
tory factory of the kind to 'be erected in the
county, the other 1eing. located at
. Burbank.

31EETIXG OP AETEKAXS

Marion Camp, INo. 56, U. C. V
met fXovember 3rd, 1914. V
General T. 'D. Uancaster was re

quested to take command, ;
- The following comrades answered
(to roll call:' :
Alfred (Ayer, QI. T.. W. Christian,
T.'ID. iLancaster, S. J. IMCAteer, A.
arclntosh, J. W. .Xance, !W. C. Jef Jeffords,
fords, Jeffords, Joe tSohu ford, J; iD. -Small and
R. IH. (Shaw. ..
Minutes of last. meeting were read
and approved.
Several important matters wecv
discussed and postponed until bur
next meeting.
Comrade U. T. W. Christian read
a short synopsis of bis war record,
which will 'be recorded in our (histor (historical
ical (historical (book. ?' '
. The. adjutant was ordered to re request
quest request comrade rM. L. Payne to report
at'our next meeting. j
Camp then adjourned. : :
Alfred Ayer,' 'Adjutant.',

VV' $ .-977.07
Respectfully submitted,
. :iH. C.-.Sistruttk, City Clerk.'
All fbills properly approved were
ordered paid.
Tshe committee in charge of some
work on the fire station asked for

further time. V?
air. Fausett stated that 'he woul d
like to see the council make an ex experiment
periment experiment with oiling v-our'; streets.
This brought on a discussion on oil oiling
ing oiling lime streets and covering sand
streets with a sandoil surface..
; fThe iresult of the discussion was
that Mr.1Roess offered a motion that
the street committee foe authorized
to purchase a tank of crude oil, pre pre-pare
pare pre-pare the surface and cover a section
of Exposition street, aftout 800 feet
in length, as an experiment, and to
have same completed foef ore the
opening of the fair, that the street
may have a .thorough, test. IMotion
carried. ;
Another motion was made that a
section of sand street Ibe prepared
and surfaced with the sand-oil mix mixture,
ture, mixture, that is toeing usee! so success successfully
fully successfully in South iFIorlda.V.That a fair
test 'be had it was deemed best to
surface at least two bloc&s and that
data, assistance and advice he secur secured
ed secured in the work. This 'motion also
carried, unanimously. !-
It is (becoming so expensive to

UNCLASSIFIED AOS
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale

For Rent and Similar Local Heed

You may know a woman who has a repu reputation
tation reputation for makings delicious cake, biscuits,
etc., vvho seems to hit it right every time.
You may also know a- woman,, who. no
matter how painstaking, cant seem to gc : the
Icnack of successful baking-.
Both use the same butter same eprscame
flour and sugar. What is the difference?
. Very likely it's all iii the baking pe vder.
Undoubtedly the woman with the k nadc uses
Royal Baking. Powder, and the unsuccessful
woman uses an alum baking powder thinking

it cheaper.
.Yet the difference in the cost of
large cake is less than a cent.
It is economy to use

whole

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surface or even repair tTeets with
lime that, some other material must
be tried, and it yras, deemed expe expedient
dient expedient to ibegin, now.' '. N
fThe street committee 'was instruct instructed
ed instructed to boJd up on erpenditures on
street "repairs ifor the -next two
imonths. 'and ois'.etthe : 'imoney.thus
saved in the a'bov3 experiments.
A iresolutlon nvas adopted calling
on the anayoT to' dssne a ;procla:ma ;procla:ma-tion
tion ;procla:ma-tion for the approaching general
election, also another resolution call calling
ing calling for a special election on the

same day, to 1111 tho position caused
(by the removal of GIr. N. Tolar
ifroa tthe city. fHio.said prcclr.:r.r. prcclr.:r.r.-tiens
tiens prcclr.:r.r.-tiens i7ere ordered published la !toth
JTho e-trcet committee in in-etru'eted
etru'eted in-etru'eted to confer 'with Ir. Pcyccr
r.'Qut adjusting this claim fcr dam damages'
ages' damages' by one pt the street ccrt3 to his
automobile.
. ilttcntlon .'was called to the pro promiscuous
miscuous promiscuous blccklns1 of th b ctrcct at
the iS.' 11. OLt, depot, and delay .to traN

He there. lit nvas dccrae-1 to

tion an, cfTlwwi
couki ib a rcn:-:

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for Jtli 0''.:;sp!!c3 -.c
an. c it x olc:r C
appTieii'i:,tl3'.'!'p
city 'a-n'i

Pirtnicst" ij v a 1 j ;.(. i --",
, 'i-C n tm c t I'c n. ; it a 3 ; 'order c d
extra iricli quarter, bo added'.

bill: i t:. 3 1 ror

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AT THE METHODIST

CHURCH EVERY EVENING

There will be preaching at the
Me-thodiftt church every' evening. -this

week at 7:30 o'clock instead or i

The services swill be held at 7:30 to

ive all who do not quit work "until

o an orroorxuniiy to axxena service.

All are cordially invited.

J. iM. Grosis, Pastor.

STRAYDEaOct. lth slim terrier

pmp, black and' yery 'light taii,
small ears, short tail ; answerto'
the name of -"iBob'.' Reward. i3r
information i cad Ins to recovery 6f
one xxr both. CMrs. Ol iR. Tydings,
Oklaswaha avenue; 1 1.-2-6 1 J
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FOR SAX.E Sawed cedar posts, all

heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal Hiver,:"Fla. 3-9-tf

FOR 5tENT-MA.'ten room house, fur

nished jwell located, close. In ; all
modern conveniences. Apply ait
Star office. 10-3-tf V

FOR RENT :LOwer flat for rent on

Oklawaha avenue. All (modern
convenience. Apply Mrs. B.
Blackburn,, 42S Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 3 0-23- 12t j

FOR ".RBNT-r-fHwO 'furnished rooms

for light housekeeping, all 'modern
conveniences. .S Phone 4 9 4 or call
at 614 'East Adams St. . 10-30-4t

IBFyiiiiJiKii'

FOR SuyiiEHomemade, jellies, .pre

serves, canned fruits, pickles and
catsup. mrs. P. "H. Gillen.

FOR SALE1 (Beginning next week, I ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS OX

air. George B. Tankerslej', the

Coleman (banker and .trucker, who
foas for some time "been under the

weather" is about again and is trans transacting
acting transacting business in Ocala today.

will be able to fill orders for the
double white ostrich plume chrys

anthemums. IMrs. P. H. Gillen. 4tf.

SCHOOIi BUILDING

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This is the last call. Every article in the
store, including the fixtures, must be closed
out within the next ten days. I still: Iiave on
hand at the Bankrupt store in the Ocala

Block a -splendid line of ivlen's Panto,
Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Undervear, Belts,

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'Anniversan.

BIG VALUES

AT

You oMglhit te Ihave
,a KIMBALL
Imi uponair Ihome

HADE 111 AMERICA WEEK
At FRANK'S
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This Entirn Weelc

Liberty.

Liberty Is the right to do -what the

law allows; and if a Itizen coul V do

vrhat thev forbid it .r,Mld li. no l icer

liberty, because oTje '.vof'.d liav? the

came pownr.: Alpi' v. -.

Letters Passed Around.

"Ferdy says he writes to 15C girls

egnlarly." "He ; doesn't mean that

Iterally. He means that he writes to

Notice is hereby given that until

the

9th Day of November, 1914,

at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, sealed

bids for the erection of a public

school .building at Citra, Marion
county, Florida, will she received by

Ida, said building to be according to

plans and specifications now on file
at the office of the secretary of said
board, in Ocala, Florida. Said plans

and specifications may be seen at the
office of the said board at any time,

and copies thereof may be obtained

from E. C. Hosford, architect, by

application to him at his office in

Eastman, Georgia, and making de

posit of twenty ($20) dollars. A

certified check payable to the order
jof the said board equal to five per
icent. of the amount thereof must

accompany each bid. Bids will be

received on the general building con

tract, including heating and plumb

Ing, or on the building contract

alone, or on the heating and plumb

ing alone. All communications

should te addressed to J. H. Brinson.

House
Suits,

Hosiery. Ties. Etc.. that can be h d at almo

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

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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(Secretary, Ocala, IFla. 10-T-5-d-wed
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