LESS.-HIM. SiBII DY GERL1AHS Oil LAUD SEVERAL
MLlEi SUCCESSES Oil THE SEA
Paris,' Nov. i5.v Taking the Off ens ens-ivc
ivc ens-ivc against the Germans, the? allies
have crossed the? Yser liver, ?.ccord ?.ccord-in
in ?.ccord-in to an official, statement Issued
this afternoon. It states the allies
ad vanced slightly to the east ol"Niou ol"Niou-fpcct
fpcct ol"Niou-fpcct on .the jrlgt?!; bank of the Yser.
T.ie German att f.cks wai e re aevi ed
yistend.ij- .but at a. nurcber of points
with lessened en-i rgy. r.
The Franco-Briti3h lines; have
withdrawn at no poir.it i.nd tins troops
taking the offensive have mad nc ta talkie
lkie talkie progress in lateral directions be between
tween between the region, of fLehassee and the
, At the center,- "between the'Oise
and DIoselle rigors a TCinewl of ac activity
tivity activity on the p4Ut of the Germans' Is
reported.. This is manifested1 par tic tic-ularly
ularly tic-ularly tby artillery Are. On the al allied
lied allied right there $3 nothing to rejort.
DEMOCRATIC arA JOFJTY
GRKATLY CUT DOWN
However, the Patty Yet Remains in
Control of Both Houses
(New York, Nov. 5. Latest re returns
turns returns from Tuesday's' election indi indicate
cate indicate that the democratic majority, in
the House of Representatives will be
reduced to tvventy-taree. The prob probable
able probable democratic (majority in the Sen
ate will e fourteen'
killing off Von K!,riv
$ r m I
Allies Claim Famous General is Dead
. 1 1 Affain
(London, (Soy. 5. Two reports of
the death of General (Alex Von KIuk,
who commander the German 'troops
that nearly reached Paris, -were re received
ceived received 'here today. The Bordeaux
correspon'dentof the .Daily Telegraph
informed his paper that Gen.' Von
CKluk was killed toy a ho.iih dropped
on the German staff headquarters.
IAnother dispatch sent to Paris
from Excelsior declared that the
German commander died ten days
ago in a fNamur hospital from his
HELD AS A HOSTAGE
Turks Make a Prisoner of the Rus Russian
sian Russian Consul at Smyrna
(Athens, Nov. '5. The Russian
consul at Smyrna has heen arrested
.by the Turks, but the French and
Britich consuls were permitted to
' Harmony cocoa iDutter cream. A
soothing cleanser f or jthe face and
hands, 50 cents, at Gerigs -ad tf.
Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and
lu jwu.jL xiiviiviu.uai mcaouic wot v.uu.umy t&xu, wiiiic utilcl otuico uiaigv jvu. nuui
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to 520
more. I have been making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as J good clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.
ENGLISH WOOLEN MILLS
REPORTED Oil liD
One AVcnt Down in a Home Harbor
and lo Other Was Sunk in the
i'nt! Ian Ocean
(London, ONyv. 5. (Reports of the
los;s of 3wo German crui sers, the
Yorcke and Koeingsberg, ibrought
ho;pe to England today that the tide
of victory oc the seas, which thus
far has 'ben Hewing in favor of Ger Germany,
many, Germany, has (fccfsun to turn. ; r ;
lu dispatch from Amsterdam said
the Yorcke ytrack a mine in the Jade
Susen, which Is guarded 'by the great
German naval station of iWilheims-
!helm. The Yprcke carried a crew of
Only 3 8 2 of- them were saved.
The uoeing'berg, accorkling to the
Tim es, iias 'been put 'but of action in
the, Indian Ocean. She -was a pro protected
tected protected cruiser.
Unconfirmed "reports say a naval
battle has taken place in the "North
Sea and a number of ships sunk, but
the admiralty; stated the rumors
were -without foundation."
BUNCH 'OF STATES
CUT OUT THE BOOZE
Colorado, AVashington, Oregon and
Arizona Added to the Dry
' Column ;
Chicago, iNov. v5.Four of the
six states that voted Tuesd.y on pro prohibition
hibition prohibition ihave decided to fonbid the
sale of alcoholic beverages and two
voted to, retain "saloons Ohio and
California 'kept their ibars, while
Washington, Colorado, Oregon and
Arizona closed theirs.
SETBACK FOR A SPOILSMAN
Sullivan 'Won't Represent Illinois in
the United States Senate
Chicago, iNok o.1 iLawrence Y.
'Sherman, republican, "was re-elected
to the United States Senate over
Senator Sullivan, democrat, hy an es estimated
timated estimated plurality of 6,000 or more,
according to the returns last night
from Tuesday's election.
High grade toilet article of all
kinds, soaps, perfumes, iowders,
etc., at (Bitting & Knight's, the irug irug-glsfs.
glsfs. irug-glsfs. J 10-31-tf
Price fe WrSi twerl MI AfmH
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5,
COLOIJIIS WI1G FORWARD IE1 FLAUDERS AI
SUBLINES 0EII1G ilSSEtlOLEI
Flushing, Holland, ; Nov. 5. The
Germans are strongly "reinforcing the
center of their right wing about
Thlelt, northeast of Cou rtrai. With
large ibodies of troops from Bruges
thej' have replaced the men who
have .been: fighting on the extreme
right. -They ,are about to make a
supreme effort. New troops are mov moving
ing moving out of Bruges in the direction of
Sections of small submarines are
being assembled in the Bruges canal.
It is reported that engineers came
from Stettin ; for this purpose.
SLOW BUT SURE
IS THE PROGRESS OF THE GER GER-3IAX
3IAX GER-3IAX AR3IY TOWARD TUB
Berlin, iNov. 5. German troops
are making progress in the campaign
to reach the tFrenoh coast ; is an-
nounced today. !but it is stated their
progress will necessarily be slow, be because
cause because the allies are using all their
The (Russian claim that they have
taken thousands of prisoners and
many guns in Poland, is officially de denied..
nied.. denied.. ,.
SOME NOTES FROM CITRA
Civic League at AVork to Improve
their Pretty Citrus Center
Citra -Nov. 4 dir. Ed: L. AVart AVart-mann
mann AVart-mann is having two pretty .houses
erected on his lots on University iv iv-enue.
Ths Civic League held its Tegular
meeting'-" last' Thursday afternoon at
teh Baptist ehiurch. Plans Vere con considered
sidered considered for putting benches and
swings on the park, (Mrs. 'Hagens
was appointed to write for prices on
same. Mrs. Blackshear,' )Mrs. Doug Douglass,
lass, Douglass, IMrs. CTeekmore and Airs. Driv Driv-ver
ver Driv-ver were appointed a committee to
consult with the city council in re regard
gard regard to measures being taken to prevent-
people from throwing papers
on the streets- as baskets had heen
placed on the streets- tf or that pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Mrs. Borland reported the
work done on the cemetery. AATiile
the Citra Civic League has been or organized
ganized organized but a short time, the ladies
deserve a great deal of credit' for
the work they have done; in cleaning
up the town.
'Mr. Hunter, of Fort Myers, was a
visitor here Sunday. 4 :
Mr. J. AV. Crosby and tMr. C. W
Driver -went over to Fellowship Fri Friday
day Friday to attend the dedication of the
junior high school at that place.
Mr. A. C. AA'hite attended the Con Confederate
federate Confederate reunion at Lakeland.
CMrs. Borland and daughters visit visited
ed visited Oca la Saturday.
All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Dcala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Public Opinion: Suits or Overcoats made
PETROGRAD CLAIMS ANOTHER
RIG VICTORY IX POLAND
. .. r
Petrograd, -iNov.- 5. The southern
German column retreating from
Poland, has .(been overtaken below
Kielce, iby .Russians and completely
crushed, according to the official
report to the 'Army LMessenger. It
states that the (Russians captured
200 officers,' 1500 men and' more
than 100 guns.
: The Germans in !East Prussia are
f POSSIBLE TO
! STARVE THEM OUT
QBounty of iNature Rewards Industry
' of (Man at B urban k
' Secretary iRooney tells the Star as
foil ows of ; th e (h om e-ma de s pread
made Iby the farmers of Buiibank,
when they, entertained their visitors
from Ocala Tuesday : ',
, On the tahle were- string beans,
young onions, cucaimhers, new Irish
potatoes, now sweet potalxes, tur turnips,
nips, turnips, cornhread, chicken -and' (butter,
all of which were raised at or near
Burbank. Except sugar, offeer salt
and flour,' everything on the heavily
laden table, was home raised, and
cooked .and served to perfection.
The people of Burbank are com coming
ing coming to the fair -with a full list, of ex exhibits.
hibits. exhibits. IMr. W.-A. Younge ofi Fairfield,
who was in town Wednesday, show showed,
ed, showed, the Star a convincing illustration
of the. resources of Marion county
soil. The proof was a ph otograph
taken a few days ago' of a velvet
bean field near his home.; The lux luxuriant
uriant luxuriant bean (vines were more than
waist high, as shown "by the figures
of dir. Younge and a friend, who
were standing among them. The
ten-acre field of which the picture
was taken vhas sheen in constant cul cultivation
tivation cultivation since .1 849, raising always
one and sometimes two crops a year..
County Judge Smith Wednesday
issued a marriage license to Mr.
RIchafd !H. ;QIace and Mrs. Eva A.
'Haack, a worthy couple living near
Summerfield. The Star is informel
that the union of this pair will be
celebrated hy a big country wedding.
The editor of the Star was .callenl
on last night to decide a bet as to
w;hich state, Illinois, Ohio or Mis Missouri,
souri, Missouri, claimed Uncle Joe Cannon.
Such is fame. V
Annniro nr p7An
nui.iiio ur m
HEF0BTS FB0L1 PETiOCBAO AOiiOKICE SEIIElWL SEIIElWL-IAIII
IAIII SEIIElWL-IAIII SUCCESSES FOP. THE iSSIMIS
Petrograd, Nov. '5; iAdditional
victories for Russian troops and their
invasion of Asiatic Turkey were an announced
nounced announced in ,an official report of the
general staff issued today, lit says:
"In Caucasus one of our columns
suddenly attacked the -r enemy near.
LArdost; near the ATtmenian frontier.
.The Turks fled, deserting their
wounded.' "Dislodging the Turks at
Id, our1 troops: toolc large quantities
of food supplies. (Our 9 troops cap captured
tured captured Khro'asan.in uArmenia after
siharp fighting. Our troops dispersed
a ilarge force of K-urds and occupied
tDiyadin, where we took a large
quantity of munition's and numerous
prisoners. On INov. 3rd we captured
Bayazld after Vouting the Turkish
troops, who offered strong resist resistance.''
ance.'' resistance.'' -
Wacahoota, (Nov. -5. The weather
is fair and cool and make; everjne
feel ilike Jack 'Frost will soon bey, psmlth. Qir. and (Mrs. CJTdwardn,
here. returned Lo Ocala in the afternoon,,
IMr. LA. IF. Tar lay of (Melrose was a leavhij the children with their
visitor to his sisters, airs. J,.u. iy
son and Mrs. C iR. Curry recently.
jRev. lEntzfrnihger of Micanopy held
a series meetings' "at4 the IBaptikt
church last week, (having services jat
'11 a. m. and 7 p: m. (He preached
some soul stirring sermons and wTe
feel that every one was benefited by
them. There was one addition to
the church. ; j '
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. ,Efperson and
son R. C, of AVilliston, spent last
week with, relatives here. They
were accompanied home (Friday by
Misses Theora and Leola 'Smith, who
went oyer to., attend a supper given
(by the 'civic league (Friday night and
(Miss Theora was chTistened ,and re-
ceived in the Methodist church there
Mr. -Lucius Emerson aad Mr. Blair
of (Fruitland Park, came oyer last
Wednesday and are guests of (Mrs. C.
M. Smith, ..coming thru the country
In Mr. iBmer son large touring car.
Mr. B. 'F. Long of (Michigan arriv
ed ; Saturday and is located at Mrs.
V. P. Smith's popular boarding
house for the winter. (Mr. '-Long has
ibeen a Tegular visitor here for : a
number of winters and has many
friends who are glad to have him
(back again. ,
Mrs." T.'iN. Smith and Messrs.
Napoleon Smith and Hubert Walton
attended services at the Methodist
chuTCh at Williston Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs.' iKetls LImbaugh of
Paisley were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Bradley Sunday.
Mr. C. B. Curry wras a (business
visitor to Archer today.
QDr. J. SD. Watkins and family of
Micanopy motored out Sunday after-
by us (
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THIS CIxIM OF RUSSIA Hi
!MOrT TO O OPTIMISTIC
. Petrograd, Nov, 5. .The Elussian
admiralty announced today that tho
Turkish fleet has (been driven frcm
the Black Sea and has taken refuse?"
at its (base in the orphoms, refus refusing
ing refusing to. give (battle.-
noon and 'were 'guests of LIrs. lit. P..
. iMr. and lllrs. (W. J. iEd wards and,
two interesting children of Oeala.
motored'. out. Saturday and rpent the
day with Mrs. Cdwards mother: C,Irs
tracdmother, IMr. Edwards Is citrus
fruit inspector, and Mrs. iDdwarda
jwil accompany htm to a number of
.places :this week,
Mr. Robert Brad ley was called f o
Largo Saturday hy the serious ill illness
ness illness Ji his 'daughter, Mrs. Turner,
IMessrs. Walkup ind "Xeal of Mc- '.
Intosh were calling In our midst Sat-
. -... t
Mr. Willie AVhltehurst and fcistcr
of IRaleigh attended services here
Friday night. '''.''I-'"
Oliss Zelma Dunning of Micanopy
spent .several days last' week the
guest of Miss Thelma Curry.
Mr. PhWn Rrnrlfthnw sin.-l Ml em
j Bevll of .rredonda attended ser
vices here Wednesday night.
Mr. J, W; May and (Misses iS'ie.
Smith, VIda May and Belle nitty of
Micanopy, were calling In our midst
Sunday afternoon. ', ;.
(Ex-Legislator Light was among
the visitors in town fVVeclnes'day.
(Light sayfif that his defeat last Jmro
wras a good thing ;for him. IHe hay;
more corn and pmders and. other
truck than he had this time last year,
and enjoys life more. .
Our big state papers, the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union and Tribune, are not as live
as they should foe. On this the sec-
ond day ufter election, they have
given us no 'state returns.
The Methodist church of thi3 city
has sent Miss Mattle .lLce to 'the
home at Tyty, Ga., of relatives, who
have promised to care for her.
! mini mi in ii i
the ocala evening biaiu Thursday, nove-aiber 5. 1214
1 in 11
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY I
BITTERER & CARROLIi, PROPRIETORS
U. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. I avengooct Busincti Manager
J. H. Reiijiimin. Editor
Entered. at .Ocala, Fla., po3toff:ce as second class matter.;
One year, in advance. .$3.00
Six months, In advance. 2.50
Three months, In advance 1.25
One month. In advance.....; '.50
One y;ar- in advance.....
Six months, in advance....
Three months, in advance.
One month", in udvance. .
HAS ANOTHER NOTCH
on rrs cjun handle
any larger stack than, last year, hut
the advantage of the advertising
merchant over the non-advertising
one, Is a story that needs no argu-
T1IE E LECTIO V
The order of the railroad commi
sion. that the 'Atlantic Coast (Line ment-
rput on the Palatka, Gainesville and
Ocala train, is another proof of the
efficiency of the (Marion County
'lioard or Trade, wnlch ie.a in tne n uesaay s eiecuon retruited in a
work. J severe setback for the democratic
, We have not time today to go I party. The republicans: gained-at
very far Into the subject, but we least fifty seats la Congrf.-ss and won
rwould like to call attention to the back several stales that went demo-
more prominent successes of the cratic or progressive two years ago.
board In the last few (months, not .The progressive party -came very
speaking of an amount of detail near getting lost In the uhuffle. Cdost
'work, mere reference to "which would of the progressives seem to have
fill several columns. gone baok into the republican old,
Order of the railroad -commission I or abstained if rora voting.
for an union passenger station, a The result shows the republican
anatter in discussion for years, with- to ibe the same old standpat, reac-
out result till the -Board of Trade I tio nary party of high tariff and sdc
put its shoulder to the wheel. clal 'privilege it has (been Tor the last
Order of the railroad commission thirty years. The old-timers and
for the Ocala-Palatka train. spoilsmen like TJnc'e Joe Cannon and
Establishment of the .Florida Veg- Boies iPenrose came to the front
etahle Marketing Bureau, Which again.
promises to "be of the greatest (ben (ben-eat
eat (ben-eat to the entire state.
The ice cream, factory, an industry
The Star is neither surprised nor
discouraged by the result It is, In
fact, gratified to see that the party
giving steady employment to a score bas done so well,
of workers and bringing money into Congressional elections two years
the city every day. after a presidential election general-
The Board of Trade (has worked ly .go against the .party in power.
H 4 Ifr m. tnA lrn1 rAft 1.0 ivrr h n IT I ft J A T 1 i . f 1
Bi.cruaijf iui u iwau j o, mucu it iaiiu xbc oemocrajs iflave nai special
has fhad to plant, water and tend in reason to, Jose in this electipn. To
rough soil, only in hope of harvest, (begin with, in a presidential election,
Some of the results have arrived, there is always a iaree vote of the
and others are in sight. iLet the 'bus- discontented against the party In
iness men of IMarion county hold up power. Such people .voe not in the
its hands; it Is their best friend.
THE ODD FELIX) WS HOME
spirit of commonsense or patriotism
(but in the expectation of some 'ben 'benefit
efit 'benefit to themselves, 'fit they are dis disappointed,
appointed, disappointed, and they almost alwajs
are, they -vote the other way two
iAlso, the democratifc party ihad
Grand (Master iLittle of the Flor-
a j k"v -9 n-.ii r j
Gainesville, where lie attended the
meeting of the directors of, the Odd pledges, and' the attempt to make
(Fellows borne, the hoard consisting them good was (bound to cause dis-
f Mrs. Tunns of Gainesville. Mrs. turibance and lousiness depression
.Taylor of St. Petersburg, (Mrs. Oon Oon-ley
ley Oon-ley of Jacksonville, air. J. W. Bland Bland-dng
dng Bland-dng of Gainesville and Mr. J. B. Con Conrad
rad Conrad of iDeliand.
The (board made all necessary ar-
The country was sick for needed leg-
islation. The democrats gave dras drastic
tic drastic medicine instead of soothing
syrup, and like all other patients
the country is ungrateful. It will
I ...... M
rangements for carrying on the i feel better next year, 'out it is on its
koine, which Is sun norted by a taxi feed now.
tlevied on the Odd JFellows of the
state. It is a large building, equip equip-ped
ped equip-ped with all modern conveniences,
and will (be an ihonor to the order as
vT-he war "lias contributed some somewhat
what somewhat to republican gains. (Not a few
.people have (blamed the adininistra-. (tnat tRussians ve
The great struggle has entered its
fourth month, and the most optimis optimistic
tic optimistic are Obliged to concede they see
no chance of Its 'being ended this
year. Few bope it will be eided
(The most engrossing in interest of
the acts on the gigantic stage is. the
350 mile long battle that for six
weeks has been going on in iXrth-
er"i France and Southwestern Bel
gium. Here the armies are clinched
in a deadlock that shows no sign of
lAfter Jbeing pushed back, from
V J a i.rm m.
fans, me ruians arter ..some
weeks of desperate fighting oil the
Aisne, began to extend their right
flank to the we:5t. In this they were
aided by a "heavy reinforcemei.t set
free !by the fall of (Antwerp. They
pushed their way to the shore it the
North Sea, took all the i Belgian
coast towns from Ostend north and
began to push lown the coaiil to
ward iDunkirk and Calais.
NeaT the Franeo-Belgian line, they
were met .by thci British and 'French
and the remnant of the Belgian
army and for .two weeks amid the
canals and sand dunes of 'Flanders
raged the fiercest 'battle yet. flirii-
ish and French ships aided Uho- al
lies, running close to shore and
flinging shells .s far inland as their
guns would catry. (Unable to raaove
forward on this j line, the. Germans
advanced t urth r inland, but here
also were, checked, and at last ad
vices seem to have for the time be being
ing being given up the attempt to. capture
the channel towns and estabiisfh an
airship (base against. England.
L Meantime, the battle ragod all
along the line clear to Switzerland,
(but nowhere have the Germans made
any considerable advance, ; nor ibave
the allies been able to drive them
back from the (positions they t!Kk up
after their first repulse from Paris
The armies ibave struggled so
steadily and fiercely along this line
that there is now a belt of country
from Switzerland to the North Sea,
which ds almost sown with corpses,
and reeking with the corruptioii in inseparable
separable inseparable from the,ipresence of the
soldiers .wbich threatens to. start an
epidemic that may sweep Europe.
Both sides have shown courage
and devotion in the bighest extent,
and though the Germans bave not
won their way forward it must be
said of them that the Josses ihey
haye sustained would "have driven
any other army hack in hopeless de defeat.
feat. defeat. They show no sign of slack slackening,
ening, slackening, and will probably advance
again in the attempt to take either
Paris or Dunkirk and Calais.
(The operations of the armies on
the east are concealed toy more un uncertainty
certainty uncertainty than on the west. The
claims of the (Russians on one side
and of the Germans and (Austrians
on th e other are un doubted ly thigh
I y colored. This imucb, (however, is
more tnan all the- can do In this
If Bulgaria joins Turkey, the
kaiser will have effective help, for
the combined Bulgarian and Turkish
armies can overwhelm Sarvia. and
allow Austria to put up a much bet- o
ter fight agiinst Russia, ,lt Is be believed,
lieved, believed, bowever, that if Bulgaria
aids Turkey, that both Greece and
.Roumania will go to the assistance
of Servia: also, the indications are
that Italy will not (he ebTe to stay j
out of the fight long, but Will Join
forces with the triple entente.
In the far east, the combined
Anglo-Japanese force is steadily
closing in on fTsirg-Tao, and the Ger
ima.ns are xaost gallantly defendim;;
it. That the city will be taken Is a.
foregone conclusion, but it may hold
out for weeks.
The German .navy Is making a.
splendid showing;. iBeside making making-every
every making-every one cf the sevn seas unsafe
for allied merchantmen,, a squiidrou.
composed cf their cruisers an th(t
Pacific -met a- British cqiiadixm ofl
the coast of Chili Tuesday, arid utf
torly defeated it, sinking wo ,ot thi
British, ships, and shutting; the
others up in a neutral harbor,. rom.
which they must scon emerge to
fipht again or be interned' for thiii
wr, The; German force wasi 'mucli
superior to the British and seems to
hane taken thean by surprise. The
Germans are following the lAmer.t lAmer.t-cah
cah lAmer.t-cah tactics of 181.2, so far witli con considerable
siderable considerable success, and as long sis
their cruisers can obtain ; coal and
aximunitlon they will 'give grent
trouble to. the allies.
The approach of winter adds v a
promise of fearf'jl suffering, poba poba-bly
bly poba-bly les3 to the armies In the field,
than to the people at hoar.e, or those
in exile. Belgium is ruiaed, and It
is certain that thousands of ber5 peo people
ple people will die-of 'Cimlne and exposure.
Great Britain a-ad 'Fraruje feel thi
war severely, thousands in th -former
and tens cf thousands ii the
latter country already being; de dependent
pendent dependent on cha rity or the state.
(Austria, also, seems; considerably
distressed. ,iFrcm all accounts Ger
many, .owing to careful iprepaflation.
will not su ff e r thi s winter bat
should the war last another year her
ipeopje may (be in more distress. than
those of her enemies.
The advent 'of Turkey into the war
makes it (barely possible the United
States may be drawn in; aV-many
V&mericans are in Turkey and in case
of a religious outbreak may ibecome
.victims of fanatical mobs, unable to
discriminate between them and (Eng (English
lish (English subjects. r
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CULTIVATING VOtJR SOIIi AND TOU
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IT IS A iVrASTE "XOr TO BIT THE IWVZ PII'Li: PII'Li:-MEOTS;
MEOTS; PII'Li:-MEOTS; THEY COST NOTHING THEY; Alii: AN INVJ.ST INVJ.ST-MENT
MENT INVJ.ST-MENT AmiCH SAVES 5 lOirEY.
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PLSMENTS' WI2 SELL.
ALL P:IITS OF THE IM-
f ' ;V; PIlOH'3 Heir. .:. ,15 u
V VI a'
gained more ground than their op-
The board of county commission-
ers met Wednestlay morning with; ll j
members, present except Chairman 1
lOarmichaeL Commissioner Hender
son was elected chairman ipro tern.
; IA petition was presented from the!
people of the southwestern part of
the county asking that the road
leading west' from Dunneilon toward
Inglis and .Lebanon be bard surfaced.
On motion it was decided to take up:
this work as soon as the road work j
in the Flemington' section is com
Two .petitions were presented, one,
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tion for the consequent depression,
well a3 a borne to those who need its which they are not sufficiently .
shelter. ; informed to understand would bave Prussia and Galicia. whilA thev!
There were several candidates for been much worse but fof the states- iw-veti the Germans and tAus tAus-the
the tAus-the pcsiUon of matron for the borne, manship of the president and other tans almost out of Poland. (Either
and after, carefully considering all aemooratic leaaers,. x ttU7 Kkrmany is using .the best of ber from the Blitchtpn section and an-
itheir claims the responsible (position necessary war tax nas conuiuuicu w troops in the wes, or. the tRussians other f rom the ''Fort McCoy section,
.was given to mrs. v. -uan karris or democratic wiura.K,, are tmut5h lDetter fighters than any- asking that the board make no do-
I rCifo. iioo nrt 01111 (that the unseem-l . ., . ,. I
vuio tjr. ooay expeciea, Tor rae war nas gone nations toward the expense or op-
Mrs. (Harris, who is now making ly clamor of some southern senators ln their' favor.- crating he county fair; and also
ber borne with two of her staunch and congressmen for special leglsTa- much 'has been heard of the that he services of .the county en-
inencs, Lir. ana uirs. n. a. ijaurn, uon xor couuu fighting between the Austrians and gineer ibe dispensed with, Petitions
fwill go to Gainesville next week to party some voxes. iu Servians lately, but there Is no .were ordered filed.
assume tne ouues oi 'ner. new posi- ipeopie nave iwi t 1 rpan,n to fhfillfwo ima iAaistria nasi i nnmiHo Ar hwot onnM Ko-
tion. She will carry with her the the idea that special legislauon is made any progress in overrunning fore the board and made oral dec-
goodwill and higb esteem of all who permissible only for tnemsenes. the little (Balkan nation. The Mon-1 larations along various lines, swhich'
(have made ber acquaintance since iAs f or the. result in uew iwm, tmgrin8 also bold their own, and .practically consumed the day.
She icame to vcaia last winier, ana i is not a oeieat ior wiw I are helping the IFrench and British The board is in session today, and
while ber ncaia rnenas are sorry to tion, uut to Tammany, uv Mn the siege of Cattaro. among other work, will canvass the
lose ber they are glad to see her se- nicious influence always necomes wu fTurkey'e long expected entrance Lyote of Tuesday's election.
cure a posiuon tnat sne is so wen ran k ror .tne state .no siauu into the struggle -was beralded la3t The official proceedings of the
qualified to nn. as it nas meen m power w week by a treacherous attack on meeting will appear in the Star
two. The republican canaiaatt ggn iBlack Sea ports, which were 1 later.
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albility and character, and Glynn, a Tu;rks gained by this no material I OPEN DAx AI?D THGHT
' (Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss & Co. sold 1 nonenity bimself, a beneficiary of aavvantage, but lost what sympathy
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city recently two carloads of breed- against ulzer, was regard ea as amonir neutral nations, at Is bard I corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
Insr cattle. One carload of Herefords I merely iMumby's tool. It was 4nevi-l I at any Ciour. -Adv.
was shipped to Green Cove Springs, table that the decent people or xne development will be. The, Tur-1
near Jacksonville, and the other state sbould vote just as they .dia. navy, reinforced by the two
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carload of Shorthorns was shipped
tn Welborne. out In the "middle!
worthy of special note natIerinan battle cruisers, Goeben and! Light your automobile with elecf r?
ee bas gone back into the I dnmlnaffi tbfi mcAr I HHn lights Tr' narticnlara write! V L
Breslau can dominate the Black! trie lights. For particulars write
western, part of the state. Liessrs. torn, iKye the democratic canoiaaieig wncre jt will be of little use, Box 1075, Tampa,. Fla. 10-7-30td
Howell & Chambliss of (Lowell, eight I defeating (Hooper, who has been gov-
miles north of town, sbtpped a car- j ernor for four years. Hooper has
load of beef cattle to Valdosta, Ga., I made an excellent governor, and his
but-will bardly -come out of the
EHardanelles. at the entrance of
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
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Purity is paramount You get ab-
powerful allied squadron J solute 'PURITY dn drugs compound-
for the account of CMr. J. r. eucecK. aereat is more tor party tnan P'lag (been lying for weeks. Unless ed into your prescriptions bere.!
Turkey, the Turks Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31 -tf
their opponents on
It is not very Ions: since Mr. Wbit-1 sonal reasons.
worth shipped a carload of Jersey
From the latest returns, it seems I get at
milk cows to LMiaml and another to tnat tne democrats Have retained a
Tampa, one in the extreme east good working majority in the House
coast and the other on the west I of IRepresentatives, and the Star
coast of South IFlorida. air. Whit-j thinks that when all things are con-
worth makes local shipments of sidered that the party sbould be en-Duroc-Jersey
breeding hogs to all I couraged rather than discouraged by
.points of the state, and 'Howell & the election. We may be sure that
Chambliss regularly ship beef cattle
and meat bogs to Georgia points, in
car lots, several times a year.
those who voted the democratic tick
et this year bave followed Woodrow
Wilson from principle, and not for
the loaves and fishes.
One of Ocala's leading grocers
says that his October business this
year surpassed that of last October.
Of course, this man is a liberal user
of printers' ink,
ever been a
iMr. Cason of. Cynthiana, Ky., is
in the city looking the place over
and likes It so well that he may lo- -nmnnp- tho othor ATdhammedans. and! Hot drinks of
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land anywhere with any. effect except! IRexall Cherry Bark cough syrup
in hA rans-Caucasian provinces or lis guaranteed to relieve cougns or
Russia where it is iiKeiy xne situs-1 money iDacK. Hxeng s. aa ti
sians are more than ready for them.
fTbey talk of an invasion of Egypt, lAll prescriptions filled at the!
but it is impossible to send any great! Court Pbarmacy by competent sdrug-j
fT-o ioni -across the desert, and gists and witb absolutely fresh
controls both the drugs. 2-6t
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is supposed that the Germans expect We are selling Stock and Poultry
Tnrkpv to stir ruD a "holy war" I Powders and Medicines at half price.
9Tnnnr Hia (Toslem subjects of Brit- Two 2;ctsor 50cts packages at one
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Belle view, Nov. 4. The election
passed off last Tueslay very quietly,
there were CO votes cast. The voting
of the major part of the ticket was a
routine affair, and the only matter
of local interest was that L. Legrand
Hopkins and ft. H. Nichols, who had
their names printed on the ballot by
joint petition, received 31 votes re respectively.
spectively. respectively. Quite a number of white
democrats voted for ?Mr. James X.
She i L the present justice of the
peace, but not enough of them could
muster to overcome the majority
Mr. and ''Mrs. W. H. Bryant, who
hae been UUing with relatives In
(Missouri -the past few months, re returned
turned returned home Tuesday.
Dr. Camp, o! .North Lake Weir,
stopped over in 'Belleview a few
hours last Tuesday cn his way home
Dr. A. J. Beck, the irrepressible,
frcm Ocala, spent part of last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning In Belleview, edifying
his -friends 'with his tales of travel
No less than fifteen drummers roll rolled
ed rolled into town last Tuesday morning
'between the "hours of 8 and 11. They
just swarmed like hees and the
storekeepers had to almost fight to
keep them from taking orders away
from them. Eleven drummers tackl tackled
ed tackled IMr. Tremere inside of three
'Messrs. Thomes and Alfred Proc Procter
ter Procter from' the Pedro section, were in
town saying 'hello to their numerous
friends last -Saturday afternoon.
IMaster Eugene ddardison, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, spent the week end in town
visiting, with hi3 aunt, Mrsv V. D. B.
fMr. John tllale. of iFruitland Park,
spent last Sunday in town.
Mrs. lArrella IHames arrived last
Friday from Chicago, where she has
ben visiting with her daughter.
Mr. JDavid Whisenant IbTought in
a large hornet's nest last Saturday
nigth that is a beauty" to (behold. It Is
nearly twofeet in length and about
3 5 inches in diameter. IHe found it
'hanging on a large magnolia tree
near his home. At the time of the
discovery this nest, contained more
pure cussedness -to the square in.h
than an acre of sand-spurs. This
hornets nest i3 such a beaut, that I
am going to carry it up to the Star around the field while the 'Belleview
office and let them hang it up'in lieu iboys ran around the hases fourteen
of-one of their oil paintings. or fifteen times and the game hroke
The iMasonic fraternity held its up with everybody feeling happy;
usual monthly meeting last Satur- Quite a number of visitors from Ok Ok-day
day Ok-day night. lawaha and Candler came over in
The Bellevlew Workers wiir serve .automobiles, wagons aud -buggies,
one of their famous oyster suppers Belleview was honored a week or
at the town hall, Friday night, ?soy. two ago by a vist from (Mrs. Nettle
6th, and as usual even-cne that at- Roach Carter, of Hudson, Fla. Mrs.
tends will get more than their mon- Carter is quite an elderly lady and
ey's worth froth in nourishment and
tMrs. Wjii. S. togs well opened the
social season for the Tounsier set
last Saturday night at her hospit-
able home, bv giving a (Hallowe'en
.party. It was an invitation affair
and the invites were dainty, ap-prop-
riate little notices that succeeded in
gathering about fifty sanguine
youngsters with a sprinkling of
grown-ups to assist in (the entertain-
ing and judging the costumes. After
the affair was opened, the -children
were -marshaled before the judges for
Inspection, and 'after being .-, put thr i
their paces, it was decided that (Min-
nie Tremere made the most approp-
Tiate presentation of a witch and was
awarded the prize of a large head of
cabbage. And at a late hour every-
one adjourned, feeling that they had
had a real large time.
air. 'David IRothschlM of the Lake
avr ihnrri rfld. spttlftmftnt. h as
bought eighty acres from 'Mr. Perry Warren Smith, returned to her
H, POugent out on the Summerfield home at (Hudson, down near the
road just opposite Mr. Warren gulf, where she'll have pleasant
Smiths' farm. He is ihusily engaged thoughts of the xist to the scenes of
in huilding a large eightroom hodse, her girlhood. She will also have
running fences aud making other im- uiore .food for pleasant reflection
provements. He will probably move from the fact that she has met, and
from the Lake 'Weir farm to his talked with the Star's Belleview
new place, including his gasoline en- correspondent, w hose notes she had
gine and pump. After careful con- read with eagerjinterest for, years
sideration he has decided to .leave past, she being one of tbe Star's old old-Ms
Ms old-Ms fine driven well, which is about est' subscribers and most eager
125 feet deep' in its present loca- readers.
iMr. iEarl .Davenport returned last
Saturday from the CCut Growers'
Association held at Thomasville,
Ga., w'here he gained' valuable
knowledge, and met the most promi-
nent nut growers of the South. I
wonder if the growers that attended
these conventions are eligible to
membership in the Star's "Nut
Club?" This is only a thought. iMr.
Davenport had some 'beautiful sam samples
ples samples of pecans -grown on his grove,
and it would not surprise me if this
grove were to develop into the most
valuable business- proposition in or
around Belleview at no very late
All the daily papers that.! have
seen have had extended accounts of
Hallowe'en pranks in their respect respective
ive respective localities. Belleview was on the
map, and in the procession, accord according
ing according to size and age, and the boys cut
up the customary amount of devil devilment,
ment, devilment, and returned to their respect-
ive homes at an early 'hour in the
morning, feeling sat!3fed with the
amount of fiendish trouble that they
had caused. These boys will all be
grown men one of these days and
they will then have to pay for all
this fun by sitting up all night with
a shotgun, to keep their front gate
from walking off.
Qlrs. Earl Davenport with .MKs
James, arrived from 'New York last
Monday, after spending the summer
wth.her parents in New York and
iMr. and Mrs. HIghtower and Mr.
Boldorf spent Saturday evening in
Belle view calling on friends and
Odrs. Norry Kilpatrick, one of
Belle view's oldest and most respect respected
ed respected ladies, has ibeen quite seriously
indisposed the past week or so. 'With
skillful medical attention and the
loving care of her friends and fami family
ly family it Is hoped that she will "soon be
ahle to ibe up and around again. Mrs.
Ivilparrlck will pass her 87th 'mile 'milestone
stone 'milestone of life's journey upon "the at attainment
tainment attainment of her next (birthday.
iMIsses Eleanor and (Minnie Tre Tremere
mere Tremere motored up to Board man for
dinner last Sunday, and visited in
lMicanopy that afternoon, and had a
very .pleasant time. The pecan, or orange
ange orange and grapefruit groves in that
cestion are looking fine. The yield
is hountiful and the returns are
very satisfactory. IA general air of
prosperity pervades that section of
country, (bordering on the 'bound 'boundary
ary 'boundary dine ,of (Marion and Alachua
counties. ; ;
Those haseball players from over
on the Coast (Line settlements can cannot
not cannot rest contented, nor can fhey dis disabuse
abuse disabuse their minds of the (belief that
they can out 'play the iBelleview ag aggregation
gregation aggregation of swatters, and with that
in their mind the Candler Peaches
and the Oklawaha Chasers came
over to -Belleviw last Saturday eager.
for the fray. The Belleview boys
spat orr their hands, kicked up the
dust and polished the Oklawaha
Chasers to the about '..
The Okrawaha aggregation de derive
rive derive their name from the fact that
they chased themselves around the
field in -pursuit of the 'ball, after it
is tapped gently toy one of the swat swatters.
ters. swatters. Atfer this little scare the
Candler Peaches were taken on and
good naturedly chased the' ball
in a talk with tbe writer she told, of
her girlhood days', when as a little
girl she roamed at will thru the
piney woods then surrounding our
little Lake Lillian of today, which
was at that time called iKoach -pond,
neing named alter tne utoacn -tamiiy,
of which she was was a memiber.
She told with pride of her girlhood
heme, which We. now know as the
hButterworth cottage, and she4 expi-
ated at length upon the history of
this locality, the old settlers, the old
stage line and the days before there
were railroads in this -part of the
country and it was interestin to lis-
ten. Among other things she told
of making her first trip beyond the
(boundaries of this state when she
journeyed away up to Washington,
C, this past summer to visit and
see the capital of the nation, and she
was surprised, amazed ,and awed at
what she saw. fMrs. Carter after vis-
itins: awhile 'ith her nephew, Mr.
1 iMr. George C. Woods, of Ocala
and military fame, who has just re-
turned from the big military gun
shoot held at the state encampment
grounds at Black Point, on the -St.
Johns river near Jacksonville, gives
a very interesting account of the -big
meet, and from his statements the
past competition is destined to be
MADE lil AtlERICA. TO
This Entire Week
the forerunner of a series of annual
shoots which will be participated In
by the crack shots from the differ different
ent different military companies all over the
Southern states. His description of
the various events Is so' "lucid and
plain that one can almost hear the
crack of the rifle and the ping of the
Cmllet, as he describes the different
personalities. 'Mr. .Wools started fcr
Jacksonville on his motorcycle, Ibat
left it somewhere up in Alachua
county, thru stress of circumstances.
"1 don't know wherex I'm going, -but
I'm on my way," was the song that
little dickey bird sang as he saw
01r. Wco ds plodd ing thru the woodsI
IMr. J. D. Conant was in town
Mr. W. R. Kilpatrick has added
a new clerk to his grocery establish establishment
ment establishment in the personv of air. Rexford
-H. (Nichols, who attends to the de delivery
livery delivery service..' 7
One of the most -pleasing : sights
that met my eje last Tuesday morn
ing was to see Mr. 'Adam Hafner and
Olr. John Hafner1 driving; down
Front street as pleasant and (happy
as two (boys could (be. This is their
first appearnace on the streets of
Bellevlew in some time. 'Both of
them have tbeen under the weather
to the extent that they could not get
around as their usual wont. : very very-one
one very-one was glad to see (Uncle John and
J fMr. (Adam and the glad hand was
extended on all sides.
, 'Mr. Tremere went up to Ocala last
Tuesday,' and attended one of those
Elks meetings. He never got home
until about Wednesday noon, and I
am curious to know why it is thus.
He said there was some initiating
to he done. 'I, also understand that
(Mr. '"O. ;E. S." Kramer was also
at that meeting.
IMr. Delbert Haskell and Revv B.
N. Tanner made a little trip xiown to
Lake Weir to inspect some of Mr.
Haskell's property, last Tuesday
morning. Mr. IHaskell has got some
thing on this land he don't quite
know, what it is, hut he Is1 hoping
hig hopes. Here's luck.
Misses Eleanor and' Minnie Tre-
meer motored down to Leesburg one
day last week and enjoyed their sup
per with friends at Fruitland Park.
:Mr. Adelbert P. Moody, v of Okla Oklawaha,
waha, Oklawaha, over on the Coast CLine is be
ginning to be quite a numerous vis
itor to "'Belleview. Jim Pyles says
that 3ie raised Dell ; if such is the
fact it accounts for this precocity.
Mr. I. Frank IHaviland has gotten
his (big Pullman car in touring con
dition. Come on, you 7 people tha
want to travel. :s
Some school Children called Mr
Joe Whisenant's attention to a rat
tle snake along the side of the road
out near his home, and he secured
his trusted gun and .blew the suck
er's head off. Uncle Joe is' always
seeing snake3 or catching fish, when
he ain't kHUn' deer of shootiii' quail
and as the game season is near, I'm
getting my app'etite in shape to en
joy a 'bait of venison.
Two cattlemen from Apopka pass
ed thru Belleview about a week ago
with a string of fine "da wgs'
four hounds and one shepherd. The
shaggy dog was so spent that he he-tottered
tottered he-tottered and staggered as he walked,
and feeling sorry for him 3, hailed
the men and called their attention to
his condition, and asked them to give
him to me, which they did.' JNow
I have 'two dogs, one collie and
one shepherd. Somebody 'bring- on a
"houn' dawg" or I dont care if it's
a bull, providing he's real vicious
I need one here.
Mrs. C. P. Davis, of iSummerfield,
was in town last Tuesday to -greet
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.,' W. R.
Bryant, upon : their arrivel from
Mr. Alfred Proctor from 'Pedro,
was in town last Tuesday morning
to receive a shipment of seed rye,
which he twill plant for fall and win
ter pasture. :
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
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We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 year3,
and helieve him perfectly honorable
in all fousdness transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out "any obli obligations
gations obligations made .by his firm. ;
National Bank of Commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is .taJken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
hlood and mucous surfaces oT the
system. Testimonials : sent free
Price 75 cents per fbottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take :Hall's 'Family
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Diclly Tncught. I
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If you want good health, clear
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aches headaches and indigestion, take Dr.
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out the fermenting and undigested
foods, clear the hlood and cure con constipation.
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Fcrfcaps tMs :czsq Bay' be sissSar to yesrs ;
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Gentlemen: "It grivea me much pleastire to be ablo
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with the worst eort of larsre boils. I wa3 persuaded by
my parents, who have always been strong believers in
Dr. Pierce's reraedic, to try the CJolden E3C'diCl
Discovery. I took one bottle and the boil 3 all !!
appeared, but did net stop at one bottle, I took thro a
and the malaria all let me and I have had no mora
boils to this day, thanks to the Golden? licdicil
Discovery for my relief,.:; ',; v'V" v''
lollowinr n orxsration for aerjendidtla to vrsrs eto I
wm troubie l very much with conatipation and I have
tryinff Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets ikJ they isa
rid m of the troublesome ca and have &idd ma in eonmipr eonmipr-msrth
msrth eonmipr-msrth -whole trouble; thank gitn or the PSSets ad for
the ad i I have obtained from Th Popie' Ckwiraca &em.a
-Medical Adviser." Send only SI cents for Una p-'- book.
We ship in Sealed Tins;'
We solicit your orders. r
I dnll Ml Is
p . fnta -: : y Xi'iiH M mum
rn7E4xave just added to our business, a largo
v y 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 ,vhen buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for. Cash only,
,and guarantee to save youlmoney.
' OCALA. GAS
; "Tiie 1
rcamo'For neat ILfaMan?3 Heavy Ilchltin
Packing and Storing
Shipping of "Freight, X?
Furniture, ; Pianos
. the Best.
If Yoa Will Talit; Enougli ol On? lee
Saturdays, fo Isst yer; Siicay ;
We will thank yoa. Our drivers will thank yon.
And if the teams could talk they" would thank you, too for hclpirc
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day c:
rest for nearly everybody but this fee man of yours.
dDsalla lee & IPgLeMm Cq0
Only Incentive to Good Wcrki
Good work is never done for hatred,
any more than for hire but for lov
American "Chewing Gum in GermStiy.
American chewing gum i3 now being
told in all large cities in Germany.
. WktwB W;I'M iwil K
fcr over fcrty years hc.3
tccn lending its aid to just I
cuch casc3 c.3 this. In cur 1
possession v.o have thou- 1
Lands cf tcctimoniab of liko I
Perhaps yea arc Elicptical,
but i5Ht it worth at least a
trial in view of such strong
testimony? Isn't it reason reason-cbl3
cbl3 reason-cbl3 to ruppose that if-it
hai dene ro much for others
it err: v.- c.3 much for you?
V t'r -rTist will supply yon Iti
IIiv j cr tablet form, or yoa can
to.-. J .3 cne-cent stamps for a triil
r,V.'5I. Kcrce, BaflaSo, JL
II : if .1 1 1 i i 1
! liil I lit
Mil u L. i-
Superior to Planter
or Ceilin; in
Quality or Price
Remarks of the Hippo. :
"Oh dear!" sighed, the hippopota
''I am "so tired of this circtia
I wish seme nice little boy
r.ould buy me fcr a pet. I'd love to
sit in a Htle boy's lrp andfcnre him
call FHo iv. let me crawl into
hfB ofd and bite hi toes evrry morn morn-ng
ng morn-ng Jlke a purpy-lcg
. 9 4
(If you have any items for this department' call phone 106)
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
3Irs. Trainmell Kntertained by 3Irs.
Complimenting IMrs. Park Tram Trammel
mel Trammel 1, 'Mrs. -Edward IHolder was host hostess
ess hostess today at II o'clock to a 4beautlful
Juncheon given at the Ocala House,
the affair proving not only one of the
most charming given for the wife of
iKlorida chief executive, Trot one of
the loveliest and most enjoyable fill filling
ing filling the fall calendar.
Luncheon was served in one of the
south rooms, opening into the spa spacious
cious spacious reception hall, and the table,
with its handsome linen and silver,
and floral decorations, -presented an
inviting scene surrounded by the
twelve ladies -wearing beautiful
gowns. The place cards -wre adorn adorned
ed adorned with tulips, rpoincettias and ibas ibas-feets
feets ibas-feets of fruit. Sprays of asparagus
fern extended to each end of the
table from the tall central arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of Minnie (Frances roses and
fern. The exquisite roses were from
with chrysanthemums and other au-
ml a -l J 4 1 f t A 11.
.uTiiii iiawers o lunuer uiigm-eu
room. Compotes filled twith fbon fbon-bons,
bons, fbon-bons, salted almonds and olives were
on the table.
A seven course luncheon was serv
ed, consisting of grapefruit cocktail,
x j. -I .1 t m 1 fl
aysLurs wi xue uau anvil, ciery, uup
consomme, Spanish mackerel maitre
dhotel, Saratoga .potatoes, (patties of
sweet threads, .French: peas, squabs,
candied sweet (potatoes, asparagus
salad, tutti fruite ice cream, mac
aroons, .lady fingers, small coffee,
Covers were laid tor Mrs. IHolder,
Sirs. Carney, IMrs. (G. 5. Bcott, Mrs.
J. D. -Robertson, iMrs. W. S. Bullock,
(Mrs. tE. J. Crook, IMrs. !Richard fllc fllc-Oonathy,
Oonathy, fllc-Oonathy, .Mrs. J, IH. -Taylor,' tMiss
Alice Bullock, IMrs. J. C. flB. Koonce
and filrs. Charles (Rheinauer.
; Olrs. (Holder -wore a beautiful lav lav-endar
endar lav-endar gown with silver and lace
trimmings -and a ''white and silver
fiat, adorned -with birds of paradise
."feathers. iMrs. Trammell a liand-
t mino croon r1 rvf Vi Anflt ell 1 1 iVu t Vl aj
Will s M W W V w w V . -y
'voretty iwaist of white chiffon em
broidered in gTeen over a foundation
of laoe and pink chiffon. A large pic pic-"lure
"lure pic-"lure faat and a (bouquet of .chrysan-
; dN-ews comes from Chicago- that
Master Harris 'Powers, who recently
was so" very ill, is convalescing and
uiai uuiess compiicauons set in ne
will (be alble to leave his room In ten
iMrs. IW. D. Turnley Is the guest of
'.tier (brother, iMr. IW. T. Gary and
family, arriving last niglit from her
Ifxome.in (Port' Meade.
V iOn account of a quorum not .being
"present, the regular business meet meeting
ing meeting of the 'King's Daughters was not
fceld this morning it the home of
liirs. J. .Li. 5itxinger. nowever, an
Informal discussion of future work
mrasv entered into by the members
present; 4 .,
IRev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens
iWlllIstJon attending the meetings of!
the Marion Sunday (School Associa Association.
tion. Association. V v'-'
By one of the annoying little mis mistakes
takes mistakes that just iwill happen, the
come of OHss "Gertie Peyser was .left
owt of 'the ilist of the guests at the
party ffiven by Misses McEDowell and
nomiprb vesterdav arternoon.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance -Union of Florida will conrvene
y in Jacksonville aionday alght'for 'a
session of three days. The Ocala
union will (be represented 'by Mrs. H.
C. Packham, Mr. Wa9hburn, Mrs.
I. iA. Smith, Mrs. C. L. ItUnger,
Mrs. T. E. Bridges and en iroute Mon
day they will be joined Iby members
of: the t SBelleviow and fWeirsdale
unions. From Jacksonville, Qlrs.
Packham and Mrs. Washburn twill
proceed to lAtlanta to attend the na
tional convention, iXov. '1-2-19. The
? Seaboard has offered 'special rates to
Jacksonville for parties of ten or
more and the ladies are desirous of
having at least ten in their party
Mlss Byrd Wartmann left today
for KissimEfiee to attend the state
convention Jof th 3 Daughters of the
Confederacy. She is a delegate from
entine, a prominent citizen of Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, 'Ind., w;ho Is visiting friends at
Citra. Mr.- Valentine is in love with
Florida and praises the good looks
w m m
Cliildien of the Confederacy
The children of the Confederacy
wlll hold a business jmeeting at Com Comfort
fort Comfort -Lodge tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock, and all members are request requested
ed requested to be present.
The Ocala friends of the .bride .bride-elect
elect .bride-elect are receiving the following in invitations:
vitations: invitations: 4 "
1Mr. and MrsThomas Luther Stc Stc-vall
vall Stc-vall request fhe honor of your pres presence
ence presence at the marriage of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, (Frances Ceneva, to Mr. Wilson
Uoyd Baugh on Tuesday evening, b
(November the seventeenth, nineteen
hundred and (fourteen at five o'clock,
at their home, May field, Kentucky."
HIGH vSCHOOk FOOTBALL TEAM
Will Have a Game With Gainesville
The Ocala high school football
team will play, the high school team
of Gainesville at the fair grounds on
Saturday, -Nov. 7, in the first game
ever played 'between the two teams.
Free conveyance 'will leave the Court
Pharmacy after 3 p. m. and it is to
be hoped that the attendance will be
good' as the team is going to quite an
expense. The high school fooys, al although
though although lacking in experience, have
put in some hard practice lately and
are sure to give a 'good account of
themselves against the team .from
Oeala's rival city. The Ocala line lineup
up lineup will probably foe as follows: Xew Xew-som,
som, Xew-som, center; Burford and! Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, quarters; Savage and Sanders,
tackles; Smith, Phillips and Meffert,
ends; 'Dewey and Batts, half tbaeks;
Wicker, end. The game will ibe call called
ed called at. 3:30.
The Pythian Sisters had a most
pleasant meeting Tuesday ; evening,
refreshments and a musical program
adding greatly to the felicity of the
Miss Alice Coodiwillie left yester yesterday
day yesterday for 'her home In Chicago. She
will stop a few days in Jacksonville,
to visit Mrs. Olebla (Landers. Miss
Mary, Landers accompanied Miss
Coodwillie to Jacksonville.' Miss
'Good wlllle is a clever telegraph op operator,
erator, operator, and has made many friends
during her stay in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. W, IE. Schnitzler and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. BIdkley of
Weirsdale, composed a pleasant auto
(party who spent Wednesday in the
city. ' ; ...
, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mortland, iwho
ca.me to Ocala a few weeks ago -from
New York state, are now pleasantly
located at 6'2'2 Oklawaha avenue.
. Misses lEHIe and Minnie
aae4ianleOg!tLnich .sum prgonof4
a m 1
ffVditlan d-rlAcho visited Ocala in
thift,. rnr yesterdiy afternoon. They
visited the Starjoffice, and Miss Ellie
presented us wph a ihjqjflet's nest as
tbig as a CermLn ihijralbsfoell- and a
The subject of this
October 20th, 114.
Loureen Glathews was the sweet
bright little daughter or B. and
Susie Mathews of Fairfield, Florida.
Loureen was three years, four
months and eight days ot age. A
lovely, sweet and bright little' girl;
so hard to part with one so sweet
and fair. .
But the (beautiful bud we so much
cherishedwas too pure for earth and
'has -gone to (bloom in the 'paradise of
God; to rest forever in the arms of
Jesus and repose on (His gentle
5 (He who said, "Suffer little child children
ren children to come unto Me,", has the dear
baby to live with Him In the glories
of the foeavenly home.
(Weep .not for her, dear parents,
but -feel she is waiting and watch watching
ing watching for you; her little hands tare
Ibeckoning you 'to ; come, and when
the pearly gates swing open, your
dear little one will foe the first to
welcome you to their celestial home,
.where no, partings ever came and
there are no more good-tbye3.
Heaven foas three foeautlful, attrac attractions
tions attractions for you: You foave dear little
ones here .who will watch for your
coming; sue sleeps in the grave, so
lent and still rfout her foeautiful
little spirit lives In Heaven.
one of our office windows.
(Tuesday at the colored Methodist
church on South Magnolia street,
Mrs. Washburn, Mrs..T. E. Bridges
and Mrs. 'Packham met a "number of
the colored women of the town and
the former assisted in the organiza
tion of a colored W. C. T. U. Mary
(Powers, wife of 'F. K. Powers, was
elected president. .The organization
expects to do a vast amount of good
among its race.
ThQ word "bonanza" is' of, SDanish
kin and a nautical term, mean
'fair weather at sea.'" ptii Mat-
lot more dange$3fs when it was (load- thew 8r 26, we read that after the
ed which we have put on exhibition iord rebyked the wind and the sea
uoio vaults u. guuu, great cairn,
which last words in the Spanish ver ver-Blon
Blon ver-Blon are rendered by "bonanza." It
is easy to understand how the word
came into its figurative use as mean meaning
ing meaning a happy calm and good hope after
a weary search. The "Bonanza
Kings" were James Clair Flood, W.
S. O'Brien, John- :W. Mackay and
James O. Fair, four men of Irish par parentage,
entage, parentage, who acquired Vast, fortunes
from the gold and silver mines on the
Pacific coast. They had various v Imi Imitators
tators Imitators and successors, who shared
the names, but these four were the
"only original" bonanza kings.
After a summer pieasanuy ireui,
in Canada, Mrs. H. A. Ford, Miss
Emily Stotesbury and Mr. Ion Ford
tare returned (home.
Irr. and Mrs. W.-J. Crosby and
Ito ol their pretty children, who
were in the city from Citra Monday,
were accompanied tby Mr. 'E. J. Val-
The Florida 'Presbytery 'held a
'business, session in the city yester yesterday
day yesterday in the Merchant's (block. It was
an adjourned meeting from the' reg regular
ular regular session at Kissimmee two weeks
ago, and was for the purpose or at attending
tending attending to lousiness of the local ter territory.'
ritory.' territory.' '
The pastoral relations of Dr. W. J.
Frost with the Crystal River church
were dissolved, as were those of iRev.
IH. 'D. tDenuison with the Lake Alfred
church in ', Osceola county. Thefve
gentlemen uave accepted charges in
other jurisdictions and the meeting
of the official 'board was necessary
for their release from the (Florida
Rev. iW. B. Witherspoon, D.,
presided, while Mr. fE. G. Mc(Kinley
of Candler acted as clerk of the
meeting. Among those present were
(Rev. iR. W. "ESdwards of Jacksonville,
Ttev. J. A. ffjogan of Weirsdale and
IRev. Frederick Van Roy of Crystal
IRlver. The business of the session
ibeiug short, adjourrment was taken
about 4 o'clock.
Mr. R. L. Anderson, Jr., has re returned
turned returned from a fortnight visit to
friends in -'Washington and "his alma
mater, Washington and Iee Univer
sity, Lexington, 'Va.
MADE 111 AMCft WEEK
This Entire Week
Arts of Peace Founded on War.
Ruskin might have welcomed the
prospect of a European war. For he
had little sympathy with the ideals
and aims of the pacifists. "All the
pure and noble arts of peace are
founded on war," he told the members
of the Royal Military academy. Wool Woolwich,
wich, Woolwich, In 1865. "No great art ever yet
rose on earth, but among a nation of
soldiers. There is no art among a
shepherd people, if it remains at
peace. There is no art among an agri agricultural
cultural agricultural people. If it remains at peace.
Commerce Is barely consistent with
fine art, but cannot produce it. Mam
facture not only is unable to produce
it, but Invariably destroys I whatever
seeds of it exist. There Is no great
art possible to a nation but thai which
is based on battle."
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IjINE and-''iliiCOEiOL' STO.YES. :.
, Cause of Divorces.
The duty of being attractive falls,
I think, almost more heavily on the
married women than it does on the
girls. So often a woman will dress
well and fix her hair becomingly be before
fore before marriage, and seem to lose all
interest In her personal appearance
afterward. A great many romances
lose the rose tint of love because of
sloppy kimonos and shapeless dinner
dresses and tight, knobby hair hair-curlers.
curlers. hair-curlers. Divorces may result from a
great many causes, but I think that.
perhaps half of them occur because
the wife fails to be attractive in the
privacy of her own home. Christian
He'll Come Back.
. What's become of the old-fashioned
farmer who chuckled and said: "By
ginger, it looks like they is goin to
be war an' I guess I'll plant ever'thing
to beans this spring?" Buffalo News.
OPEX DAY AND" XIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, C. L.. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Now is the time to plant Rye for
oasture, Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
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PLACE BELIEF IN TOAD SOUP
East Indians Have the Idea That Thia
: Nostrum Is a Cure for
' The general report on the census of
India, '1911, which; has Just reached
England, is hot a mere compilation of
statistics,' but is as full cf romanco
and Interest as any; novel dealing with
native life and customs could be.
' For instance, there is a most inter inter-esting,
esting, inter-esting, note on popular beliefs regard regarding
ing regarding Insanity, and Mr. O'Malley, who
superintended the i census taking in
B engal, Bibar and I Orissa, says that
the lower classes think that insanity
Is due to an excess of bile in the sys system,
tem, system, or; to wornis In the head.
Neglect of the worship of the gods,
or the cursef of a Yogi, Gadha, or
other holy man may produce It,"' ho
says, fit is especially liable to at attack
tack attack those who practise Tantric arts,
but fail to control the spirits whica
they evoke. Generally, however. It ia
attributed to demoniacal possession.
'The spirit which is most commonly
thought to produce madness Is Brah Brah-madaltya,
madaltya, Brah-madaltya, the spirit of a Brahman who
has died an unnatural death. Mad Madness
ness Madness being dueT to possession by an
evil spirit, every c,ttempt Is made to
appease or exorclso It, The exorcists
hold smoking chillies to the nostrils
of the patient and chant mantras, ad addressing
dressing addressing the : spirit In filthy and ob-
scene language, all with the 'Idea of
driving it away. When these means
prove futile they prescribe a diet cal calculated
culated calculated to force the spirit to leave
his victims in fear of losing his caste,
for Brahmadaitya is the spirit of; a
high caste Brahman. The unfortunate
patient t has, therefore, to consume
soup made of toad:i, etc. When these
abominable nostrums fall the use of
medicated oils, and of indigenous
herbs and drugs Is resorted to. K
"The medical treatment of the In Insane
sane Insane prescribed by the Kavlrajes
sometimes takes the following forms:
The mud taken from putrid tanks is
plastered on the patient's head,' or
aloe pulp Is mixed" with water and
applied in the form of an emulsion.
A favorite remedy is soup made from
a particular kind of frog."
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f. Pullman cars from Chiccjo, Ci. Louis, lndisr.ai:oll3, IiOui.:vi"o ccC
intermediate points to Jacksonville, ,
Di:a::o a:;d c::i x:r.vATior: c.i::
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. 138 W. Eay St. Jackconvilla 11:
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Great Coal Deposits In. Chile.
The Chilian government some time
ago engaged the noted geologist, Dr.
Johannes Bruger, to study the coal
deposits of the country, believing that
the carboniferous region of the prov province
ince province of Arauco alone could supply the
needs of Chile for a period of 200
Doctor Bruger has gone thoroughly
into conditions" prevailing in Arauco.
The coast country is particularly rich
in coal. There is an abundance of
this -material in the vicinity of the
town of Buena Piden.
Some years ago these deposits were
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THE OCALA E TOXIN Q GTAH, THURSDAY, SrOVEMEER1 5. 191
MK KTIXG OF LRIOX
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC C1UB
A fin no
IF YOU DOM'T KONW
1FEMED OIUTF 2
We will be Ready for Business on or
About JANUARY 1st.
We will manufacture an excellent Oracle of Ice
Cream known as the VELVET brand and will bottle ?
j. mu-uul, a, maae irom tne original uoca-uoia torm-
$ ula, or, in other words, the genuine syrup. Not an
X imitation, substitute or infringement. 2
2 The MO-COLA CO. of Mobile Ala..' of&rs S1.000 5
as a forfeit for proof that MO-COLA is not made
from the original Coca-Cola formula, and that we
? are not legally safe in selling its products as out-
lined in the above statement.
We will use distilled water exclusively and oiir
J plant will be the acme of perfection from a sanitary
4 aspect. Our plant will be open to inspection at any ?
5 ana an times, riant wiu oe screened ana jersey j
miiK usea. Kememoer vrjjLV&i urana ice uream.
4 Shipping orders a specialty.
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4: lyjarion yoramg & ice luream uo.
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' "We Treat Your Clothes White.".
Rough Dry Work Done.O Cents Per PonncL
All Blankets and articles washed
by hand, we use soft water only.'
CLEANING, PKESSIXG AXD 'KEPAIRIJfG in
Oeala, Florida r
i n ii
w mm m
' U. Ft. Kiun Ave.
To Be XTpright In Our Dealings ;
s OUR MEATS UP RIGHT
Qlaldns It Easy to ;
COOK, C.CRtE AND CONSUME THE3I
.. ) Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders; both large and
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
ul Your Ad., in the STAR M you want RESULTS
The meeting of the Young tMen's
Democratic Club, or the Marion
County Democratic Cluh, as it will
henseforth he known, at the K. of "P.
hall Wednesday night, was we 11 at attended.
tended. attended. iNew ofBcers were elected, a
large number of new members en enrolled
rolled enrolled and a most' en joyahle supper
While the club 4s in favor of a
white primarj', it was decided that
the time "was too short to caM one
for this ..year, the election being only
five 'weeks' off.
A motion was offered toy (Mr. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, pledging all candidates support supported
ed supported by the, club to the speedy con construction
struction construction of the consolidated electric
and water plants and the construe
tlon of a sewerage system by home
labor.-.-' ";;. ,.: ;
lA., meeting of the executive com com-imittee
imittee com-imittee was set for IMonday, Xov. 9,
at 7:30 p. m.; The next meeting of
the club iwill he held Wednesday eve evening,
ning, evening, the ITth.
President Corge Rentz.
First vice ; president 2. ,C Ben--
Second vice president -H. W.
Tucker. r '
Third vice president (Andy ;Faiis ;Faiis-ett.
ett. ;Faiis-ett. Fourth vice president Jno. T.
Secretary IH. S. iMinshall.1
Treasurer- Usher iNorwood.
The refreshments consisted of an
excellent harhecued lunch, prepared
iby. Dir. Gates of lAnthony, who has
no superior in this 'grateful work.
There was a splendidly cooked !goat.
a big can of (barbecued hash (in .pre
paration of which tXIr.; Crates iii un
equalled), ibread, pickles, ooca-cola,
ginger pop and lemonade. There
was enough and to spaTeand every-
body had a good time.
The 'following resolutions were
(Endorsing the Council
Whereas, The .present city council
of the -city of Ocala has labored un-
ceasingly for .the betterment and 1m 1m-iprovement
iprovement 1m-iprovement of our municipality; giv
ing of themselves and of their time
without, stint to the task of the ad advancement
vancement advancement of its Interests, and, V
. IWhereas, The (present city council
has "carried out and fulfilled each
and every promise made and contain contained
ed contained In the "platform (upon iwhich they
were elected, dn spite of opposition,
criticism and calumny, interposed
and heaped upon them !by. those of
their (political opponents whose mot motto
to motto seems to he, "Either. (Uuje or
iRuin," and, ,:- ;-';
Whereas, ,3n this age iwhen (po (political
litical (political platforms are too often used
merely as coffer dams to caboh; any
stream i of ipublic sentiment (until the
unscrupulous politician can imbed
himself In office; then to" (be disre disregarded
garded disregarded and thrown aside; the (Demo (Democratic
cratic (Democratic Cluib of Marion county fbeliev fbeliev-es
es fbeliev-es that a ibody of office holders who
have shown that they Tegard their
p re-election pledges to the people in
the light of sacred (promises to be
fulfilled in every iparticular should
receive the approbation pi the pub public,
lic, public, and, .
' (Whereas, The Democratic Cluib of
IMarion County ibelieves that ', each
(member of the present city council
has at all times had the welfare of
the people of Ocala and that only
at heart. r y. 4
IXow, Therefore, Be it Resolved by
the Democratic Club of Marion coun county,
ty, county, That the (present city council
and their administration he, and it
is iherehy endorsed by this organiza organization
tion organization and that though someone has
said that MA. man deserves no credit
for doing his duty," it is the opinion
of thfs club hat the city .council has
by its actions reflected great credit
on hoth Itself and the city of Ocala
and the iDemocratic Club hereby
heartily endorse the city council of
the city of Ocala and their adminis administration'
tration' administration' of the city affairs for the
Neutral on -Wet or 'Dry
fWhereas, It has ibeen the (purpose
of those who organized the Young
(Men's 'Democratic Oluh to advocate
and stand for. the .measures that
would upbuild our city, and to en endorse
dorse endorse those candidates for munici municipal
pal municipal office who would serve the hest
interests of Ocala; and,
Whereas, It is still the purpose of
those composing the memhership of
this club to advocate every meas measure
ure measure that will benefit Ocala and to
endorse those candidates who will
pledge themselves to administer the
municipal offiecs of this city in an
economical and puhlic-spirited man manner;
ner; manner; and, '
Whereas, The members of this
club firmly itfelieve that V the muni municipal
cipal municipal offices should he controlled by
the' white citizens of Ocala; and,
Whereas, The members of this
club desire that in carrying out the
foregoing purposes they may not be
divided and hindered by a division
upon the "wet and dry" question,
but desire that its members may be
audit 'kj V,gt
We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King Avenue,
which must be sold within next sixty days party has to have the money
Better see us quick.
Ve also have one or two other small propositions in the office which are
priced very low for cash. For. particulars call on or write.
VLLiv L! Ks U U Ml u 'vL'Jii Vii U L'
results 'put :6n
free on .all occasions to act and vote
their convictions upon this "Question.
Therefore he it resolved, That
there will he no effort on the part of
the dub or any of i ts committees to
force the' club as a 'whole, or any of
Its members to occupy any other than
a neutral position upon the" "wet and
dry" question. ;
The (meeting of the Marion County
'Educational iAssociation held on Sat Sat-urday,
urday, Sat-urday, (dctoher ; 10th, -was called7 to
order toy 'President 1A. IB., Connor.
The secretary "was asked to read the
minutes of the last meeting and the
constitution, li motion msls made by
Bliss Mays to amend the constitution
to read "officers shall, 3e elected at
the first! meeting held I during the
school year.". There was a unani unanimous
mous unanimous vote for the amendment. This
hedng; the meeting for the election of
officers,5 tfhe president asked for nom nominations.
inations. nominations. The following Were elect elected
ed elected to ofilce f or the year! il d 1 5 :
President, tMiss Isafbel Mays, prin principal
cipal principal of !jthe Dunnelloh school ; first
vice president, (Mr. lA. C. Maddox,
iprincipal of the lAnthony school ;
second ''vice ipresident, tMiss T. M.
lAhernathy, of the Ocala high school;
secretary and treasurer, Bliss iFannie
Clark, of the Ocala primary school.
The association seeing that hoth
an executive and rprogram committee
wre unnecessary, 'amended!the con constitution.
stitution. constitution. so i that one committee
shall do the work formerly done by
two. The following were elected
memhers of this committee; Blr. "E.
H. Miller .principal of the Mcintosh
school ; : Mrs. SRex Todd of the Ocala
grammar school;. Mrs: lElva 01. (Bas
set t, princiipal of the Griner (Farm
school ; QIlss 'Bdlth Griffin;- of the
Ocala high school.
The treasurer (reported tje total
receipts for the yea ;iftr3-19 X4 to
Ibe $:Mi'50, dishursements 411 Cleav Cleav-In1?
In1? Cleav-In1? a halance of 3.i50.i: ; ; f
The assoc'nti'nn Indulged in a gen general
eral general discussion of the advd3abiMty' of
taking nirp some definite -work for
this yeary A ryeading ; course -was
suggested, and the committee was
requested to decide on some course
to recommend at the next meeting.
air. Theron Halloa pupil from and
representing the Jledd Idk school was
present j and expressed a f desire to
cooperate with the asciatlon in any
The following persona 'were pres pres-ent
ent pres-ent and enrolled as memhers for
this year: Miss Nellie.' C. Stevens,
Mr. and Mrs. A- B. Connor; Mrs. iRex
Todd, Miss Kathertne Scott, Miss
iLouise Booe, Qlr. Theron JHall,rBIr.
IWf H. Ciissels, Miss Isabel Mays, Qlr.
E. H. Miller, Miss (Agnes Crago, Mrs.
(Elva iBassett, Blisses tBdith and -Lla
Griffin," Bliss Marcella BloClain, Bliss
Pearl JFVorbes, i&iperlntendent J. H.
Brinson and BIr. IA. C. Bladdox.
The county authorities aae heart heartily
ily heartily in sympathy with the -work of
this association and urge all the
teachers to attened and hecome
members. 'Wre desire the attendance
of trustees, supervisors and patrons
also. V- : 1 ;v: ':':."
The association adjourned to meet
at the new high school building on
Saturday, CSTov. 7th, at 10 o'clock.
(Bliss) (Fannie Clark, Bec'y.
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Present day decorative schemes demand that
a piano be beautiful to look upon as well as to
listen to. r ,
MEHLIN pianos excel in beauty of design.
The quality and variety of v0ods uccddn the
various case styles permits a selection for any
A MEHLIN piano is a
work of art musically and
1 othervise. The work of
men who must be classed
as artisans rather than
. Mei?&3if u LqCuIIligi?
Art Pianofortes ''."
OCALA, : FLOPJDA
We always have -on (hand a fresh
supply of the (famous Norris candles.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6 1
He Kept on Climbing,
"fla 5-a yoh ever heard Jimkins re relate
late relate about the time he got half .way up
Mont Blanc with on- of his little
nephews and no guide?" asked one
man of another. "How long ago did
he tell you about it?" was the evasive
reply. "Last March, when he'd just
got home," said the first man. "Well,
said the other, "in eight months since
then he has climbed the rest of the
way, succored a fainting guide and
sustained a snowstorm on the summit,
resuscitated two benumbed strangers
on the way down and guided the en entire
tire entire party to the foot, where a group
of frantic relatives was waiting."
t rj "n'
I will give fifty dollars C3 first payment on one of those $100 lota
lnAUaraottt Heights, and onechan)o on that,
to the man' or woman, boy or.girl.iwsritin tho beet pocm on ;tho
carrying, out Che thought as a peans of reduaing .the hih. cost of 5
living. Poem to contain not over fcwen ty ;line3. , o
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mW mm Urn tmm mkm -.wiwi w
State, County and Cii
The Secret of a Good FigurcT
often lies in the brassire- Hundred of thoannd of women
wear the Bicn-Jo!ii Brassiere for the r?ason thatthef resraul
it as nece"'ary ai a corset. It sanorts the bust and hack
and gives ttie figure the youtliful outline fashion decrees.
JJHEEI ; f I are the daintiest. ntot errfrcat1e.
" .H'i1 ,je6,t of RfTiai5 aretief: for In In-c
c In-c n c vt rry T stance. Vs iottn'. a ilex iJ)l on-UICA-O
OIL Jnof srnrt !Mmb9if r twh:tcly
rustics $ persiittins ilanndcriaff without removal.
They orre la all style;!, and your I cal Dry CwkI lwilr
vill show them to yra o request. If "Vv i Mt'-.-irr': I 'm.
Iicrnn c-i'y fj'.'t thfm f t jvu by wriUv.z to n Servl f. r
an illiitratcd booklet sltowmg styles that re in hi?". f tv r.
iiexjamix & jok:-:rs ;
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A Dollar Saved
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So buy your groceries from the
OCA LA GROCERY COMPANY,
and save money. t
Every little bit helps. Full .weight
and masure guaranteed
1 pound 151is: Coffee .30c
.3 pounds best Rice.
1 good Florida Syrup.
1 bottle good Flp. Syrup
Irish potatoes per pk. .
BACON-, per pound
" 5 gallons oil
Everything cheap for cash.
Ocala Cash Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Ifort King Avenue
By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
THE newspaper is a huge shop window, carried about the town
and delivered regularly into thousands of homes, to be ex
amined at the leisure of the reader This shop window is
unlike the actual plate glass showcase only in one respect it makes
display of descriptions instead of articles.
You have often been impressed by the ditterence between tne
decorations of two window-trimmers,, each of whom employed the
same materials for his work. The one drew your attention and held
it by the grace and cleverness and art manifested in his display. The
other realized so little of the possibilities in the materials placed at
his disposal, that unless some one called your attention to his
mediocrities you would have gone on unconscious of their existence.
An advertiser must know, that he gets his results in accordance
with the skill exercised in preparing his verbal displays. He must
make people stop and pause. His copy has to stand out.
He must not only make a show of things that are attractive to
the eye but are attractive to the people's needs, as well.
The window-trimmer must not make the mistake of thinking
that the showiest stocks are the most salable. The advertiser! must
not make the mistake of thinking that the showiest words are the
Windows are too few, in number to be used with indiscretion.
The good merchant puts those goods back of his plate glass which
nine people out of ten will want, once they have seen tnem.
The good advertiser tells about goods which nine readers out of
ten will buy, if they can be convinced. v
Newspaper space itself is only the window, just as the showcase
is but a frame .for merchandise pictures. A window on a crowded
street, in the best neighborhood, where prosperous persons pass con continually,
tinually, continually, is more desirable than one in a cheap; sparsely settled
... . . ?it- ii a.
neighborhood. An aavertisement in a newspaper wun ine mosi
readers and the most prosperous ones, possesses a great advantage
over the same copy, in a medium circulating among persons who
possess less means. It would be foolish for a shop to build its
windows in an alleyway and just as much so to put its advertising
into newspapers which are distributed among alley-dwellers;
rnWPCTlGQ Co-operation Is the keynote In uo-
yj .Qeesful accident prevention wort
I Many large manufacturers who hare
designed accident pretention devicea
for their own use haye not patented
them In order that others may utilise
their ideas. A large railroad company
which has designed all of the accident
prevention apparatus in use in its ma machine
chine machine shops is willing to furnish blue blueprints
prints blueprints of the devices to those who de desire
sire desire to Install tfcem lnf their plants.
Will soon be here and you will have .to consume mere electric cur current.
rent. current. Why not prepare now by installing 1
REST COUGH iMJilDICINE
'TThree years ago when I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of ray chillren
had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon "the advice of a-druggist,
I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it ibene ibene-fited
fited ibene-fited shim at. once. I find it tthe best
cough medicine 'for children because
it is ipleasan-t to take. They, do not
esbject taking it! 'writes airs, v Ia-
ifayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and imay
be -given a child as confidently as to
an adult. Sold iby all dealers. ad
rv7 -a rpn A
They t are now' cheaper and r;: re cr.. slant than
For the same current you are now' consuming in
hey will give three times.the li-,:t. -.
Come in and let us demonstrate.
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i&tWr mm Mk
No. 9 North Main street ... O'JALA, IXOHIDA.
. When men speak ill of thee, sc live
that nobody will believe them.- Pfato.
lONT DELAY TITRATING .YOUR
Pjj T ik I LIwi!tl:itf'lliBiii ii i.u.tf'lTliiililiiir-liir.li.'ir 'tlL
A slight cough, often becomes seri serious,
ous, serious, lungs get congested,. ibToncial
tirbes fill (with mucous. Your vitali vitality
ty vitality Is reduced. ; You need 'Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-ffloney. ,St.t soothes your
irritated; air passages, 1 loosens j mu mucous
cous mucous and makes your system resist
colds. Give the fbaoy and children
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. 'It's guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to help them. Only i2Ec at
jTour druggist. ; tu-thr-frl-wkly
For Good Wood
BIG Load for. $1.
Your Order will have
I J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Has moved his General Merchandise
tock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to the new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his .friends
c lRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
ANO COUNTRY PRODUCE
ROAR DMA N
Board-man, 'tNov. 4. AVe are hav
ing1 delightful weather, and the cool
nights are coloring" the oranges rap rapidly.
idly. rapidly. The Sampson grove Company
will comemnce packing on 'the loth,
and expect" to have a large crop.
We have just learned that JMr. B.
B. Keep has sold his home on the
lake, to Mr. IM. Bailor of Illinois.
and the latter gentleman, with his
family, will move in right away.
We are sorry to report (Mrs. tMary
.Farnbach .and iMrs. iWestbrook on
teh sick list this week.. Their many
friends wish "for them a speedy re
Mr. iFrank Wragner; spent last
Sunday at Island-; Grove. There
seems to he same attraction over
there lately for TFrank.
air. iSavage of ocala, was nere
Wednesday attending to some busi
' Qlr. and Mrs. 'Andrew J. -Hall and
dawchter.' 'Edith, -were" shopping in
01 r. and iMrs. John Xeal, son, air
Barclay and daughter, iMiss Mattie,
were spend the day "visitors here
Siinriav. Thev were the quests of
iMr. and IMrs. tH. 01. Wroodford and
.Mr. and iMrs. H. L. Dickson and
daughter. L,ucille. were visitors to
Boardman Sunday afternoon.
Qlrs. W. iP. Grainger of iMcIntish,
was a visitor to Boardman Thursday
the guest of Qlrs. Soyer.
IMr. and iMrs. H. IM. Woodford
were trading in iMdntosh Thursda-
IMr.' Ujuciua 'Emmerson of -Frui-
tland Park, was a visitor here Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, guest of his aunt, tMrs. J. H.
Reed. He came thru the country by
. L ALEX AN BE II
' Lurpentcr and Builder
BUY A BALE
I do not say; (because cotton is not
my business, but I do call the at-
itentioii of -Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tohac Tohac-co
co Tohac-co Oh ewer, who 'buys a pound of my
El TroDico 'Havana Cigar Clippings
for 40 cents (which equals fifty good
cigars) to the fact. that you will fjnd
pipe smoking a'pfleasure. Of if you
are fond of chewing, you will find
this tobacco (poire, oi n ad u 1 1 rate d be being
ing being my own product, the clippings
of my cigar (factory cut up and the
dust (abstracted therefrom, and con con-fcaining
fcaining con-fcaining a combination of -pure cigar
costs as high as
you This tohacco ds put up in 2, 4,
8 and 16 ounce -packages.
Eli TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY
10-2 8 Proprietor.
iMARION-DUNN MASONIC "LODGE
leaf itoibaceo that
$4 a 'pound. A trial
TRY THIS FOR YOUR COUGH
I wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that I. now have an experience 1
sewing machine repair man and if
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
.House or to me personally 'he will
Thousands of people -keep cough
ing- .because unable to get the right
remedy. Coughs are caused by in
flammation of throat and hronchial
tubes. Wlhat you need is to soothe
this inflammation. Take Dr. King's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del
icate mucous lining, raises the
phlegm and quickly relieves the coa
gested membranes. Get a 50 cent
bottle from your druggist. "Dr.
'King's iXew (Discovery quickly and
completely stopped my cough,"
writes J. SR. Watts, fFloydale, Texas.
Money hack if not satisfied, tout it
nearly always helps. tu-thr-ifri-wk.
In Her New Place.
"How are you getting on at your
new place?" remarked a lady of a girl
whom she had recommended for a sit situation.
uation. situation. "Very well, thank you," an
swered the girl. "I am glad to hear
It," said the lady. "Your employer is
a very nice person, and you cannot do
too much for her.". J don't mean to
ma'am," was the Innocent reply.
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGES
It is not at all surprising that per-
call on you and do any needed re- fQS who $IAlnf!S? hecome
pairing or regulating on your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may have.
Respectfully, B. Goldman,
11-2-tf Ocala, Fla.
iBear in mind that Chamberlain's
Careful Estimates made on all Con-; Tablets not only move the .bowels,
tract Work. Gives imore and better 'tout improve the appetite and
-work for the money than any other strengthen the digestion. For sale
.toxrtractor in the city. .by all dealers. ad
CALA FRATERIIAL OURS
Marlon-Dunn Lodge ?o. 19, F. &
A. M.. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
' Baxter, Carn, W. CVI.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
: Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
V Mrs. Flora Brown, W 1.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
JJ Comfortably rooms, good meals, prompt and courteous zztslz-z
land a warm welcome.-.', Absolutely fireproof; everything
i iwiuugmjf uiuuciunu up-io-acxe; pnc.s isif ana rcoxiaLJic
Tie csv ladies and gt:ni.lemraa cis
room ca tle to? Co'-riiucuiuaUjI.iiar.t.
always cod and as." rilrt? aCce view cf
tha city and sulvrV. Special tter.tion
rsaitt to parties. Cr, i room in tascnent.
New clicf and new cors cf waitera Oily
the best of food served i.i citier roora.
VtTLile every cort la made to talus care cf f.uesta without rticxvatlojis, tetter
accopunoaatioas cca fcivea if you drop u3 a litis a lev Czi 3 ia advaac-;.
! Banks, court houte. dubs, stores; post
office and other public bci'cjcjs are Kear
the liillsboro many cf iLe m across the
- t street or just around ths corner. Direct
street ear service to Uc'ra Etation, Hand-
oagsage to and Iron boats and trams ires
of charge. Porters meet all trains.
1 L. B. il
II. P. Drlrcr,
Comniercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia" Street, West.
Post Box ,"518. Local
Long DUtanco .riiciie,
Hi itp tt mT ,.: rr;
, M mrmtr I M A Wk
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. P.;
meets in Yonge's Hall everv Tuesdav
evening at 8 o'clock. -A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visitins
brethren. J. H.' 'Benjamin. N. G.
W. L. Colbert,' Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm: Gober, C, C.
Chas. K. 'Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
; v, ;
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. fHall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C. -Chas.
K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF 3IOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. ra.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofflcc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CHAPTER Nol 13, R. A. 31.
'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.
CONCORDL1 LODGE F. U. OF A.
AM now in business for myself. Conducting a Jllr';!i Class re re-'tall
'tall re-'tall bar and 3Jail Order IIou.'sc. I can give you the best there
.is; and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven
teen years in the business has taught me' what tho
and I am supplying that. want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOOD3 AND PHIC
Good Old. 65 Proof Rye,
Corn,or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon..' C 2
Gocd Old 80 Proof
Corn or Gin, in.Jnss
at pcr callon. (
Good Old 70 Proof, Rye,
Corri or Gin, in jujrs at per
Reinmbcr, 'that we .11 ill J
csy order you send us an an-meet
meet an-meet the price'qf any other
Make my place your headquarters while In the city. You r131
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at Johnnyfs Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. f
U T7fTTTTTTT ,iTTl
0 GA!Ai FLO HI DfL
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them by JMrs. Blanche (Bowers,
Indiana, Pa.: "For years my diges digestion
tion digestion was so poor that I could scarcely
eat the lightest -foods. It ried every every-things
things every-things that I 'heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and get a foottle of them, did I
find the right treatment. I soon be began
gan began to improve and since taldng a
few (bottles of them my digestion is
fine." For sale by all dealers. ad
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
;; .cm eMcaI.--ScFoieai, OFdrcpnllilc
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance betvecn The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and. will bo Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PUOIiC
Value of Generalship.
A friend whom you have been gain-
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E. fUSJT you ht
- f f nftf r rr fit on1 with in n vatvi
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postomce, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad
A stone is many years becoming a
ruby; take care that you do not de destroy
stroy destroy it in an Instant against another
e tone. SaadL s
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
f f A Ml
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Sn!dler' Most Trylna Pc:
Tha average soldier find3 the vzzz
terrifying position to be that of c try trying
ing trying motionless in the front rank, ez
fsed to the enemy's fire without bo
ing able to reply. The order to ad advance
vance advance or to charge with fixed bayonets
is then received sss a release from -agony.
Movement, even Into greater
peril, distracts the mind and grently
reduces the mentcl an&ulLh
THE OCAIiA EVENING GTAE, THURSDAY, XOYKMRER 3, 1911
I I I IllIll II W I WMWlWHPMWp yWWIWfc .BBBI - . .......
U"" f Z D'D VOU
I I Cur THAT I U J r j jttllh
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HAIF
... cala, .IFflOFMa ,. ; -.. ...
Completely Renovated and NewManagement
Room i Without Bath $1.00
Running Water inl Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC OSIiBVATOR SERVICE IHONES IX ALL ROOMS
VH.IIDT3JES FJo ILCMG, ..
R003I ATD BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
'v "J n I, 'pi
Hiarc are times in rcvenr vomah" life:v;ien she
needs, ii tonic 43: helKrherioferthcb hard: places.
When uiat time ccmes to you, you kaowAvhat tonic
to taks--Cardai, the Woman's 'tohia iZafdui is com composed
posed composed of purely vegetable ingredients; Hvhlch act
cently. yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
succes s ana it vm ao.tne same lor you.
; .you can t -make a mistake in taking i
'ITIie W 6manf8' .Toniu
Mhs Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: '1 think Card ui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take; Cardiu, I was
so weak and nervous and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor i ppetite. Now I fcel as urcll and
as fitroxjEr as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Card d today. Sold by all deders.
-Has Helped 'OioiiLsan.d
-w" rn t
ruiMIl liiiii mi laaiiini. it Trrfl
I i ii n
MofIoii Coxuaiy Abslraci Company
3 ; GRAHAjII .BROTHERS ;:' Lessees,"
jjj First consideration and especial attention glvan to sir nil tracts.
(Weirsdale, (Nov. 4. iMr. John
Connell transacted ibusiness in Ocala
airs. 'Dr. IS wan, of Conant, was
calling there Tuesday.
The Christian (Endeavor social at
the school (house 'Friday night was
only fairly 'well attended. Tne oc occasion
casion occasion was ono of -pleasure socially,
and the good supper was very much
appreciated by ail. The iprooeeds,
which was not quite $10, will (be ap applied
plied applied on the church seat fund.
.Saturday Ibeing Hallowe'en, the
'boys gave vent to their feelings to
.play pranks of various sors, and it
is supposed some of them were out
until itihe wee sma hours of the morn.
We have not learned of any damage
to (property or 'person. 'It is a good
thing that the -community is not so
disturbed (but once a year.
Mr. and Qlrs. Walter Perry, of Ed Edgar,
gar, Edgar, were over Sunday -visitors with
IMr. and tMrs. IHenry iRast
tMts. IC. Hj. owiin has rented the
unoccupied rooms of -the (Mold house,
on the lake, and with her tf out child children
ren children and maid, will occupy same in
about ten days. They V expect to
spend the winter ihere with ms.
Our neighbor, lilr. iE. IB. Sherman,
is expecting the return of his wife
ahout the imiddle of ths month.
' CMts. I. Q. Young of Stanton, who
has Ibeen iuite ill for several days,
is slowly improving. r
BIr. AV. C. Black, .who has been
sojourning at Trilby for several
weeks, returned home Sunday.
xWe are glad to report that both
Mrs. L. K. Bishop and tMrs. J. (R. IA.lt IA.lt-iman,
iman, IA.lt-iman, who hare Ibeen quite sick are
The children of the Sunday school
rendered -a rery (pleasing temperance
iprogram at the church Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, oinder. the direction of (Mts.
Our grore man, (Mr. .W. B. Cog Cog-gins,
gins, Cog-gins, has shipped six cars of tfriut
and is now loading the seventh.
On IVilay, (Xovemer '20th, the
liadies LUd Society will trive ah old
fashioned chicken ipie supper and
social at the church. Plan to he
there, and 'betimes whet your ape ape-tite
tite ape-tite for It.
Mr. iA.. IH. iFoss, of South Lake
Weir, who has charge of the groves
of the Central (Fruit Company,' is
this we!k shipping, fruit to Orlando
to !be pac-ted tby the Citrus (Exchange
(packing house. They are loading
ihere at Weirsdale. This looks to the
writer like giving extra freight mon money
ey money to the railroads.
iMr. Gl. C. 'Wilson traded in Ocala
between trains ftlpn day.
We wJH ihave with us for Sunday
school institute work on Nov. 18 th
and 19, Mr. P. B. Creen, of Birming-
i tttt rmn
By HERBERT ICAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!9
AMOVING van came rolling down the street the other day with
a big-spirited Pcrcheron in' the center and two wretched nags
on either side. The Percheron'was doing all the work, and it
seemed that he would" have got along far better in single harness,
than he managed with his inferior mates retarding his speed.
The advertiser who selects a group of newspapers usually har-v
nesses two lame propositions to every pulling newspaper on his list,
and just as the van driver, probably dealt out an equal portion of
feed to each of his animals, just so many a merchant is paying prac practically
tically practically the same rate to a weak paper that he is allowing the sturdy,
Unfortunately the accepted custom of inserting the came adver advertisement
tisement advertisement in every, paper dels to the distinct disadvantage of the
rr.eritorious medium. The advertiser charges the sum '.total of his
expense against the sum total of his returns, and thereby does himself
and the r best puller an injustice, by crediting the less productive
sheets with results that they have not earned.
There are newspapers in many a toyn that arc, single handed,
able to build up businesses. Their circulation is solid muscle and
sinew all pull. It isn't the number of copies printed but the number
of copies that reach the hands of buyers it isn't the number cf
readers but the number of readers with money to spend it isn't the
bulk of a circulation but the amount of the circulation which h
available to the advertiser it isn't fat but brawn that tell in he
There are certain 'earmarks that indicate these strengths and
weaknesses. They are as plain to 'the. observing eye as the signs
of the woods are significant to the trapper. The news columns tell
you what you can expect out of the advertising columns. A news newspaper
paper newspaper always finds the class of readers to which it is edited. When
its mental tone is low and its moral tone is careless depend upon it
the readers match the medium. ;
No gun can hit a target outside of its range. No newspaper can
aim its policy in one direction and score in another. No advertiser
can find a different class of men and women than the publisher has
found for himself. He is judged by the company he keeps. If
lies down with dogs he will arise with fleas.
ham, iAJa., who Is educational sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent of Sunday 'ehaol work
for the synod,- and our own Sunday
school missionary, iRev. 0. V. lAlbert lAlbert-son,
son, lAlbert-son, of fDLand. Ejet all remember
the dat and (prepare for this rare
rr reamjY ikes kelibve
BverytbCHiy who is afflicted with
rheumatism In any form should by
all (means keep a bottle of Sloan's
djiniment on hand, Tlie imlzvute you
feel a pain or soreness In a joint or
muscle, rba the it with Sloan's iLini iLini-iment.
iment. iLini-iment. 1o not -rub it. Sloan's pene penetrates
trates penetrates almost immediately right to
the sijat of pain, relieving the hot,
tender, swollen ifeellng and cuaking
the (part easy and comfortables. Get
a tbottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and (have it in
the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and lfke ailments. Your
money iback if not satisfied, hut it
does give almost instant relief."
OPEN DAY AND OTCITT
Merchant's Cafe, C. I, depot
corner. .Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
TTconoralcs changes man's actlri
ties. As you change a man's activi activities
ties activities you change his way of living,
and as you change his environment
you change his state of mind. Pre Precept
cept Precept and Injunction do not percepti perceptibly
bly perceptibly affect men; but food, water, air.
clothing, shelter, pictures, books, du
will and do." ?
ThU is the drug ttors vrhtre you i::
. . t. t
si great cissricieni ci nigxi graias.
Tou'-needln-'czadrdozn.':''. We will m.i,i: en
sfortssent$.:Si' you'.witlj'.DilstilyfbO'Jtfi you'.witlj'.DilstilyfbO'Jtfi-'Ccss"'
'Ccss"' you'.witlj'.DilstilyfbO'Jtfi-'Ccss"' here'alto for :your ks ttt set, e'dss
.tad tIgars.3Do"yoii housswlff kcow" ti.s
mlm of absorbent paper in thahecift t ''ttj:
Vbo;-tin t tell' in how-, lainy "'Wtyij icstll
you' try';,thein.' Ilere are I few i-JpolUIiiau
cut'gkMj-alrrori tad wiadowf, ''tbtotblsz
'greisi, from? fried -.foodf; .btotblRg$it
liqttidi..- Doa'tusf' jom gbd' linen toiftls
'Paper: it saO'ifccr trticlt jm ; will Eic' ;
It ;- if '-';edft9';ftbtprbtnt s.n4 'i30wy.-wtita-.
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RIfAJlICABIiE CURE OP CROUP
""Last winter when my little boy
had croup l got him a "bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly (believe it saved his life," writes
airs. J. IB. Cook, andiana, Pa. "It
cut the (phlegm and Telieved his
coughing spells. 1 am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him." For sale fcy all dealers. --art
Now Is the time to plant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
fMg- Entire VJczZi
FT 1 .r r- 1
m wn misi ft
UJCiPiTA!iEOS end ELZlLEOb
O. E. 3IcIVER and C. V. ROnEUTil
Ill Work Done by Licensed E::
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D.. E. McIVER 101
C V. XIOUERTS. ........... .C3'
Ml DHHI UMi'lii
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
mm mmmwim w
KKEGBRIS lor fishing tackle.
STRAYED Oct. 16tii slim terrier
pup, fblack and very light tan,
small ears, short tall; answers to
the name of "-Bob." Reward for
information leading to recovery of
one or both. fMrs. C. It. Tydings,
Oklawaha avenue. 1 1-2-Gt
air. E. P. Koe of Berlin was trans transacting
acting transacting business in town today.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
(Dennison's paper napkins can be
"had at KREOBR'S.
3Ir. E. C. Bennett informs the SUr
he 'will he a candidate for reelection
as alderman from the first ward.
FOR. SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
. 1 I y. I I I v II it
Fair tonight' and Friday.
' i V i 1 1 I
T5) F, n TTT P TTT
W ' aiaJk mi
ivy i-:, yt) i' mi
CLUO&YSG OUT ODD AZD i"END
STATIOXEIRY at reduced prices at
tS. J. fMcCully, the vigilant and op optimistic
timistic optimistic county demontrator -was in
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocal a. Adv.
CLOSING OUT ODD AJMD EXT)
STATIOCvEIRY at reduced prices at
AV. K. iane, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat, Law Library Building,
Ocal a, Fla.
You need a few seeds to jjlant in
the garden at home! We nave them
in all kinds, and fresh ones, too.
Bitting & Knight, druggists.
Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with cash purchase of $1 -worth of
other groceries, Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t
Phdne one four for drugs or any anything
thing anything an the dmggist illne. .We rwill
give your orders careful attention
and prompt delivery. .Bitting &
Knight, druggists. 10-31 -tf
JMr. A. M. Bartlett of, Weirsdale
and daughter, Mrs. William Conner,
who recently came down from (Akron,
Ohio, were among the many visitors
in the city yesterday afternoon.
rPhe surest and (freshest of d
only are used in our 'prescription
ipartment, and you get the iresu
your iphysician erpects, if -prescrip
rfioma are filled by us. Bitting &
Knight, druggists. 10-3U-tf
lA.tthe meeting of the Odd Fellows
Tuesday night, JMr. Lawton Smith
took the initiatory degree, 'wnile sev several
eral several members of the large class re receiving
ceiving receiving instruction aided in the ex exercises.
(Messrs. 1M. It. and;G. C. Godwin
of IBlItchton -were in town today.
They say the crops are 'sadly in need
of rain, and they are -all busy getting
ready for the fair.
Ir, C. Carmichael returned from
his trip to 'New York and iNew Eng England,
land, England, where he has' been advertising
his Daylight Line i tnime to. preside
at the meeting of the county commis commissioners.
sioners. commissioners. :.
'Pennants and ipillow
styles, at KKEGER'S.
. tMr B. P. Ckndon yesterday sold
.a tbig -Oakland 60-ihorsepowr six six-cylindercar
cylindercar six-cylindercar to Qlrs. K. 03. (Fuller of
Umatilla. (Mrs. (Fuller and a .party
.of friends were in the city and drove
the car home today.
Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with cash (purchase of f.l worth of
other groceries, Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t
Frank-'Anthony 'has -'built up an another
other another of "his ;hit-the-spot displays in
the iMarion 'Hardware window. The
man who uses fU. 01. C. shells, crouch crouching
ing crouching in the boat in the reeds, with a
gun in his hands and ihis eye on the
ducks, is" a reminder that the 'hunt 'hunting
ing 'hunting season is about to open.
Olr. Herman F. Passut, who was
stuart at the 'Harrington Hall 'Hotel
when the house first opened, arrived
In town last night from Boston,
where he has ibeen since leaving
here, and 'has a 'position now as chief
setwart at the Ocala 'House, where
he 'proposes to supply Olr. Louis N.
Long's guests with the foest things
to eat that the land affords. !Mr.
Passut Is one of the best men in his
line who ever came to Ocala and will
be a valuable man for the IXew Ocala
House in its anticipated heavy win-
Yhu uMt to have
lira' joujif Ihoinnie
P L. A. V r..3C P I. K K Ov'.
; The meetings at the .Methodist
church are growing in Interest.
There was a very good congregation
last night. The subject of the ser-
imon -was -"TLove's Offering." Three
people "manifested a desire for salva salvation.
tion. salvation. iA full attendance of the (mem
bership is -very much desired, and
all others are cordially invited to
attend. Services this evening at
7:30. Come and invite some one to
come with you
For chapped, cracked skin, use
delightfully soothing Rexall cream
of almonds. Gerig's. ad tf
oir uj. at; zetrouer, cne idoss si
raiser ana ail rouna larmer oi met
northwestern art of iMarion, -was J
anion z the viii-nms In the city Tues-
day. JHe is an enthusiast on cattle
aising and thinks that ithe county 'fA
tortune Is imade if farmers iwoua
fn1v dftvote imore attention tothis
1 1 n ebf-4n d u st ry
On ibelng askedjby a Star reporter
today if they intended to make an
appropriation to 'help the fair, three
of the county commissioners said
they didn't know wihere they could
oh tain the anoney. The reporter ad advised
vised advised them to 'beg, tborrow or steal
it, and they ipromlsed to take the
matter into 'consideration.
CMr. axuls N. Jjong. the, ge
I proprietor of the Oca la (House,
Psome sad today. In the Mndness of
this neart, albout a 'leek ago, he cash cashed
ed cashed a check for one J. ai. ILangdon of
SMempnls, Tenirf The check came
(back rwith the InMn sign on It, and
now (Mr. Long intimates that ice will
e foot thick ion pis satanic ma
tysbathtufb iwhen 'he cashesaaother.
Glr. Jake Klein, who some weeks
sold out his mercantile establish establishment,
ment, establishment, will continue to reside in
Ocala and iwill in a short time em em-'.bark
'.bark em-'.bark in a new line of business. He
'has just returned lfrom his annual
vacation, and will ibe with the Ocala
Bargain .House until the first of Jan
uary. iHe is now desirous of obtain obtaining
ing obtaining a nicely located cottage for the
occupancy of 'his family who will re return
turn return to the city: in a few weeks.
From a Lover of Coocl Books.
"Yes, to you send mo a boos
. not a bargain book bought
from a haberdasher, but a beautiful
book, a book of caress peculiar, dis distinctive,
tinctive, distinctive, individual; a book that hath
first caught your eye anc Jtien pleased
your fancy; written.by an author with
a tendfc. whim, all right out of his
heart. We will read it together in the
gloaming, and when the gathering
'dusk doth blur the page, we'll sit with
hearts tod full for .speech and think
It oyer. Dorothy Wordsworth to
Othera Need Eve's Enlightenment.
A Kansas City minister recently t
ninded his congregation that Eve did
lot realize she lacked clothing until
he ate the apple. "And," he added.
wish a few of the, women of my
longregation would eat an aDDle."
Kansas City- Star. :
And When MoneyrTalks?
Sound travels, at the rate of 400
yards per secend. Exceptions to this
rule: Scandal, 1,000 yards: flatten-.
600 yards; truth, 2 yards; alarm
"For the making of billiard-balls
fVe hundred elephants are needed
every year," said the famous big-game
hunter in his lecture on India. "How
strange," whispered Mrs. Winsome to
the lady -who sat next, "that people
can teach such great beasts to do
such delicate work!"
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax fbooks for the payment of
191'4 state and county taxes are now
Be sure and -bring or send a cor
rect description of your 'property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do
ing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows j
two (2 ) per cent, discount for al
November payments, and one ( 1 )
per cent for December paj-ments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
1'1-3-2-m Tax Collector 'Marion Co.
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
FOR REIXT JA ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; well: located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Apply
FOR (SAQLE (Homemade, jellies, pre preserves,
serves, preserves, canned fruits, pickles and
(catsup. fMrs. P. H. Gillen. 4-cf
(WIAOTED Ten caipenters at once.
Call at the .primary school build-
; ing ll-Jo-St
FOR SA3JD (Beginning next week, 1
will be able to fill orders' for the
double white ostrich plume chrys chrysanthemums.
anthemums. chrysanthemums. Dlrs. P. H. Gillen. 4tf.
Chinese As Engineers,
It was for years sunDosed that
when China was once opened to rail
way construction many opportunities
for profitable venfployraent would oc occur
cur occur there for European and American
engineers. But these opportunities
are fast dwindling away, China has
followed the example of Japan, and
In carrying out the works of western
civilization which it is so rapidly
adopting, it is as far as possible put
ting the work in charge of Chinese
engineers," many of Whom have been
educated in the best schools of Europe-
and the United States. Engineering
. Would-Do Martyr. v
Lady," said the unshaven man el
the back door. "I'm on a hunger
itrike." "Well,- said the general
ousework person sharply, "what do
ou want r "Can't you heart I'm on
hunger strike., I want to be forcibly
d. Buffalo Express. (
Dut Never to Our Shekels.
"What is .your definition of 'filthy
lucre?' "That's a derogatory, term ap
plied to other people's money." -Baltimore
The Whole Hog
Playwright "Was Grasper satisfied
with the part assigned him in my new
play?" Manager "Was Grasper ever
satisfied with 'part' of any tb ing?"
New Idea .for Cotton.
From spruce wood pulp h French In-
rentor has, made a fabric resembling
cotton and equally capable of bleach bleaching
ing bleaching and dyeing. i,
Bix "How are you making out on
your resolution to economize?" Dix
"Fine! I've got my running expenses
slot 'own to a walk." ;
v Happiness Only Comparative. (
We may anticipate bliss, but wno
ever drank of that enchanted cup unal unalloyed?
loyed? unalloyed? Colton.
Sense Shown by Partridges.
Quails and partridges deserted parts
of France when the aeroplane first
made its appearance there. But now
they have begun to return to their old
haunts. Before returning in force the
partridges sent some of their number
to scout for them.
Old Master's Work.
Mrs. Parvenu e -"That picture lx:
the corner Is by an old master." Mrs.
Swartlelgh "Indeed! I would never
have guessed It." Mrs. Parvenue
Yes, the man I bought It from" gave
me a written guaranty that the paint
er waa past seventy-five before he did
a stroke of it"
'To Bed Late in the Morning.
Even in these matter-of-fact daya
parliament Is still a weird and won wonderful
derful wonderful thing to country cousins In
England. I spent the week-end, says
a gallery sketch writer, 'in a southern
town. "What time do you start work
kt the house?" asked an old friend, a
native. "Three o'clock," I replied,
"and we finish at eleven "Ah."
commented the native, "I've often
heard that parliament meets during
the night so as not to be disturbed by
the traffic, but it must seem a bit
queer to be walking home to bed at
eleven in tbo rn-"
' Ray-Killed Bacteria.
A method for sterilizing milk with without
out without heating qr adding preservatives is
claimed to have been effectively dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated recently in Hollard. An ap apparatus
paratus apparatus has "been constructed, it is
explained, whereby the milk flows in
a thin stream along an electric light,
the ultra-violet beams working on the
bacteria. The result is attributed to
the quality of the ozone formed under
the influence of the light- The Argonaut.
This is the last call. Every article in die
store, including the fixtures, must be closed
out within the next ten days. I still liav3 on
your own price. You'll be cii;p:l
LOW PRICES ON BOYS' SHC
NOTICE OF IUSCEIVEirS SALE
. Notice Ss hereby given that the
undersigned, heretofore appointed
receiver in a certain cause pending
in Marlon county, Florida, circuit
court,-' --in wihlch.'"-.Oklawaha River
Farms Company is complainant, and
D. H. Kirkland' defendant; will sell
at the OkTawaha; iRiver Farms, near
Oklawaha, in Clarion -county, Flor
ida, on v--'v'---v--'; -"H
November 12tb, 1U14,
bes:Innin,g: at the hour of 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, seven hundrea ana
eighty-one (781) bushels of corn
now in the possession of said receiv
er, or so imudh thereof as may re remain
main remain unsold at that time. Informa
tion In Tegard to the sale may be had
by application to J. B. IMartin. re
ceiver. Oklawaha, Fla.
Hl-3 J. B. tMartin, ReceH-er.
NOTICE OF-IXTIBNTION TO
AJTLY FOll LETTERS PATENT
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersi&ned, will apply to the governor
of the state of Florida, -on the day, "the
'23rd of November, 1014
for. letters patent Incorporating, Ma
rion 'Rattling: awl Ice Cream ; Uo., un
der the following? proposed V charter,
the original of wihch is now on nle
in the office of the secretary of -state
at Tallahassee Florida,
H. H. Gardner, (U
It. E. O'Farrell, (U S.)
Jam6i A. Turner, (L. S.)
Proponed Charter ) ot the Marlon IJotll IJotll-:
: IJotll-: Ine Ice 'Cream Company ;
The undersigned, .hereby associate
themselves for the purpose of being in incorporated
corporated incorporated and forming a corporation
under -.and by virtue of the laws of the
state of Florida; with .the following
The name of vh'& corporation shall
be. Marion Bottling and Ice Cream
1 Company, and its business shall be
conducted in 'the; state oi lonaa, anu
elsewhere; the principal place of 'bus
iness of the corporation snail oe in
Ocala, Marion county, Florida.
Artiele 2. f
The object for which this corporation
is formed Is as follows: To manufact manufacture,
ure, manufacture, prepare, compound, mix syrups,
from wthlch carbonated soda and ola
drinks and beverages are to be manu
factured, compounded and bottled; to
bottle Mo-cola, made from" the original
Coca-Cola, formula; cola drinks: to
manufacture ice cream, to buy, eil and
generally deal in ithe same and afore aforesaid
said aforesaid products, .to erect, run, maintain,
own and operate all uch machinery,
devices, appliames, supplies, ingredi ingredients,
ents, ingredients, mills and plants as may be nec necessary
essary necessary or desirable, in the manufacture,
preparation of said products, to buy
sell and distribute the rights to manu manufacture,
facture, manufacture, and sell said products, and the
territory in which said products are to
be sold; to manufacture, prepare, mix.
bottle, pack, buy, sell, ship, deliver and
generally deal in ice cream, .soda wa water,
ter, water, and all carbonated drinks, and
non- itoxlcating ; drinks and bever beverages.
ages. beverages. Ice cream and all extracts, chemi chemicals,
cals, chemicals, products and Ingredients, and all
other things, materials, necessary in
the manufacture, bottling, packing,
the aforesaid drinks, beverages,
creams; to borrow money and to exe execute
cute execute all and any kind of paper, notes,
bonds or mortgages on the property of
said corporation, to secure the same,
and in connection with any and all
the objects and purposes herein be before
fore before stated and named, to acquire by
purchase, hold, sell, lease and convey
Bankrupt store in
a splendid line ox
Hats, Shirts, Under.',7 jar,
eXc.; that can bo hac
vacate the store
or otherwise dispose, of real or perso personal
nal personal property franchises: and In gener general
al general to carry on such operation and en enterprise,
terprise, enterprise, and do all such, things and
have all such rights, poweTS and priv privileges
ileges privileges in conrection therewith as may
be permitted under the laws of i the
atate of Florida.
' The capital stock or the corporation
sball be Five Thousand Dollar.-v divid divided
ed divided irto Two Hundred shares of the par
value of Twenty-Five .Dollars each.
Ten, per cent, of the .stated capital
shall be subscribed and paid in. before
said corporation shall transact any
business. All or any part of the capi capital
tal capital stock or aid- corporation, may oe
payable in lawful money of the United
States of America, property, stocks,
bonds, franchise rights, labor or ser services
vices services at such valuation as may be fix fixed
ed fixed by the incorporators or board of
directors, at meeting called for that
purpose The agert or officer desig designated
nated designated by the incorporators to receive
any additional subscriptions to the
capital stock of the afore.? Id corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, at any time, shall be H, H. Gard Gardner,
ner, Gardner, who will act as secretary and
treasurer of said corporation, until a
successor is elected or appointed.
.. '" Article 4.
The term for which this corporation
is to exist is ninety-nine years, unless
sooner dissolved by mutual consent.
Th2 bu.sinef-s of said corporation
shall be conducted by It. K. O'Farrell
as president and H. II. Gardner as
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secretary and treasurf-r; anJ .tl.e toi: -of
directors composed of as follows: II.
H. Gardner, 11. U. O'Farrell or. 1 Jarrr -Turner;
and any other .t::-.rs
agents as tbe board of dlrt(.;or.-s r
find necessary to conduct th '.'
of 4he company, the' aforeii ;...
and directors to rcrve until t -annual
meeting of t!e ,-.toclchoI :
be held the first Monday In 3'.:.:.:f
1915, and the first Monday in J;.riuar
of each succeeding year thereattor. --
- Article e ,
The highest amount or indeMcdru
or liability of the corporation hali
not exceed three tl idh the amount ot
the authorized capitalization or capi capital
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. Article 7m
The names, residence of tliencorpo tliencorpo-rating
rating tliencorpo-rating subscrilers or ft :c.c. u-r
wi t h amount of s t oc k u L -- -r i 1
11. H. Gardner, MobHe,
amount $1000.00. shares 40.
It. K. O'Farrell. ?.!; bile,
flmrumt AfiftO 00. share 2- 1
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James A. Turner, Mo
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amount $25.00. shares l .. t
In testimony whereof, we the inr -porator
and subscribers hf-n.-up
acknowledge our signature anJ -our.
names this day, 17th day of Ock -ber,1914
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i 11.. II. Gardner. (U
It.'K. O'Farrell, (U K.)
James A. Turner, (I i.)
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