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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Paris, Xov. 6. Continuing: their
fierce attacks, the Germans are no .v
trying to -drive through to the 'Eng 'English
lish 'English channel coast In a straight line
' from a point north of Arras an J
sever the main line, 'of communica communication
tion communication supplying the French, (British
an Belgian forces in the northern
sphere of action, according to :French
army officers arriving here today.
Fighting Is again reported from
all sections of the great battle line,
Unit chief interest still attaches itself
to the oi or the rn arena, because of
the Importance and violence of the
. operations binder way there.
DEAIIXX)K UXBJlOIvEX
Paris, IN'ov. 6. nt Is officially an announced
nounced announced that the Germans are 'bom 'bombarding
barding 'bombarding Arras -but without avail. The
deadlock in the fighting ibetween
Dixmunde and the river iLys re remains
mains remains unbroken.
PRORABL.Y TARGKT PKACTICK
iDover, 'Nov. 6.Arery heavy "can "cannonading,
nonading, "cannonading, apparently off the Belgian
" coast, or in the North Sea. was heard
here today.

BRITISH AIRE
ARE BOLD
CAMK VKItV XEAtt DROPPING
TJOMBS ON SACRED. PER PERSON
SON PERSON OF THE KAISER
Flushing, Nov. 6.- Two German
officers were killed at Thielt when a
British aviator dropped six bombs
upon the 'building -which 'Emperor
William had left only a short time
before, and where the members of
the kalser's personal staff were quar
tered, according to reports received
here today. It is said the emperor
bitterly reproached the commander
of the German aerial corps because
this men failed to intercept the Brit British
ish British aeroplanes and as a result three
of the officers of the corps -were
demoted and arrested.
The purest and freshest of drugs
only are used in our 'prescription de department,
partment, department, and you get the Tesult
your 'physician expects, if prescrip prescrip-tions
tions prescrip-tions are filled 'by us. Bitting- &
Knight, druggists.
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supply of the famous Norris candies.
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Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits orOvercoats made by us
to your individual measure&cost you only $15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to $20
more. I have been making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as good1 clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.

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DEFEAT ON GER3IANS AT
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Paris, sNov. 6. .The defeat of the
German forces at Arras and the cap
ture of a German 4i2oentimeter gun
is announced In an unofficial ipress
dispatch from the front today. A
battalion of the Prussian Ouards
crossed the Scarpe and attacked a
small (French force in the suburbs of
Arras, defeating the defenders. But
while the Germans -were- rejoicing
over their victory, a Tegiment of
French dragoons attacked the Ger Germans
mans Germans in the' rear, -putting them to
flight. Three hundred prisoners
were taken and two hundred wound wounded
ed wounded picked up. v
A German military train was cap captured
tured captured at Blangy, 1,1 ;
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RUSSIAN BLACK SRi PORT iMAKE
RY THE TURKISH FLEET
Berlin, .Nov. 6. 4Au official dis-
patch .from Constantinople states
the Turkish fleet bombarded the
Russian -port of 'Batoum on the Black
Sea and caused great damage. k
IBatoum Is the chief iRussian port
of TransCaucasia. It was ceded by
Turkey to Russia In 1878.
The Turkish naval authorities
have seized in the (harbor of Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople thirty-six (French, eight
iRussian andone Belgian' vessels.
Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with cash 'purchase of $1 worth of
other groceries, iSaturday and Mon Mon-day
day Mon-day only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t
Purity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into f your prescriptions bere.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf

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'Aguas Calientes, !Nov. 6. General
Carranza "has 'been given until 'Nov;
10th to comply with the decision of
the peace conference, that he retire
from the .presidency to make "way for
General Culterrez. tA notification has
been sent the first chief of the con constitutionalists
stitutionalists constitutionalists that if -he fails to sur surrender
render surrender the executive by that day,
troops 'will be sent to oust him. It
is (believed that General (Carranza
will refuse and the opening of gen general
eral general hostilities is expected 'within ten
days. v
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ANGLO-JAP FORCES CLOSE IX ON
G EiniAN STRONGHOLD IN
THE FAR EAST
Toklo, (Nov. 6. It is officially, an announced
nounced announced that Japanese and 'Britisb
forces are closing in for the final as
sault on the German stronghold of
Tslng Tao. Japanese naval aviators
are dropping 'bombs upon, the fortifi
cations and besides driving the Ger Germans
mans Germans from their guns are causing
heavy damages to the main defenses
of the city. The city Itself is now
ibeing 'bombarded with the 'purpose
of making a ruick and successful
campaign. .
AMERICA It! ASIA
COMPANY OF MARINES LANDED
AT BEIRUT FROM THE
. NORTH CAROLINA
Paris, Nov. 6. The Temps has
received a report stating that (Xm (Xm-erican
erican (Xm-erican marines 'have been 'landed at
iBeirut, Syria, for the protection of
American interests. A
ADDED CYPRUS TO THE EMPIRE
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Great Britain Makes Possession de
"Jure as Well as de Facto
London, Nov. C. Great 'Britain
has foruially annexed the Island- of
Cyprus in the iMediterranean which
formerly formed a part of the Turk
ish empire.
The defensive alliance between
Great Britain and Toirkey bavlng
become annulled' by the outbreak of
war, the British government decided
that it was necessary to appropriate
the island in order that proper pro provision
vision provision might be made for its govern government
ment government and for its protection.
. The island since the Anglo-Turk-ish
convention of 1878 had been oc occupied
cupied occupied and administered by Great
Britain though it had remained un under
der under the suzerainty of. the sultan.
Harmony cocoa cutter cream. A
soothing cleanser for the face-and
hands,' 50 cents, at Gerigs ad tf.
All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
lOcala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

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AUSTRIAXS SUCCESSFUL AT &EV &EV-'
' &EV-' ERAL POINTS AGAINST
RUSSIAN ARMIES
Vienna, Nov. 6. Operations In
the northeni theater and proceeding
as planned south of the mouth of the
Wisloka river, where Austrian
troops have-driven the fftussiahs,
.who established themselves oil the
bank of Ithe San, from aM positions.
The Austrian s captured more than a
thousand .prisoners; and a number .of
machine guns; Austrians in the
Stry valley captured 500 iRussians, a
machine gun and a quantity of ma
terial.
POSTAL TELEGRAPH POINTS
Communication Restored with Aus
tralia and Cut Off with Ger-
many
iNew York, ;Nov. 6. Announce-
ment was made this morning by the
Postal Telegraph-rfCable Company
that telegraph communication rwith
Australia, VFort 'Norfolk Island, iNew
Zealand, IFiji (Islands and (Fanning.
via 3am field, bad been restored.
vAuother 'bulletin issued by tfie Postal
states that messages cau l: be ac
cepted o go by wireless to Germany
via Tuckertown, N. J. 1 1 -
HEN PARTY IS HILARIOUS
Suffrage for Women Now Prevails in
. Eleven States
Chicago, Nov. 6. Women' now
have full suffrage in eleven states
according to returns whioh- appar
ently give the franchise to .women In
INevada and (Montana. Suffrage
amendments are (leading by I437 in
JMontana and by 3,500 In Ncrvada.
A RIGHTEOUS -VERDICT
Pensacola AVoman. Who I iSIw Her
Daughters Betmyer Set Free
.Pensacola, (Nov. 6. Mrs. (Florence
iMoGowan last night was tfouud not
guilty in the circuit court -here of
having murdered J. Leroy 'Brown, of
this city. The judge's instructions
to. the jury held that the defendau
was shown by the evidence to have
committed murder. Spectators in
the court room cheered' the jury's
verdict. ;:; rx
The "unwritten law" was the chief
defense of the accused, who was the
first white woman ever to fee tried
here for murder. She shot and killed
Brown about two months ago in the
court room in which her trial -was
held. The motive given for the kill
ing by the defense -was that Brown
had wronged airs. OIcGowan's daugh
ter. The latter is fifteen years old.
Brown was twenty-one. v
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iP-etrograd, Nov. 6;- The Russian
admiralty announced today that ten
Turkish and German ,-vessels, carry-
ing coal for the Ottoman navy, have
been sunk in the SBlack iSea off the
northern coast of 'Asiatic Turkey by
Russian warships.
The war office at the same time is
sued a statement declaring that IRus
sian troops in Trans-Caucasia were
advancing Into Turkish territory and
approaching lErzebum,' the principal
city in Turkish Armenia. To capture
Erzeoum it will be :. necessary to
bring up heavy guns as the city is
defended by modern fortifications.
Turkish troops concentrated there
are said to be under command of
German offipers.
OPINIONS ON THE ELECTION
Results Seem Pleasing to Roth-Dem-
a. .yn t.11 J :
Washington, Nov. 6. rdemocratic
administration' leaders yesterday
claimed a "substantial' fmajorityi in
the iHouse, and continued control of
the Senate as a result of the. elec elections.
tions. elections. On returns .which were not
complete, the democrats asserted
their majority in the Senate had
been increased from 10 to l'o. In the
House the returns indicated that the
present overwhelming democratic
majority had d windled to 2 5.
With this, the democratic 'leaders
professed themselves satisfied, de declaring
claring declaring it was the greatest majority
"ever returned by any party In an
off-year following a tariff revision."
The democrats also asserted the re returns
turns returns 'showed that the progressive
party. had practically disappeared,
an d, therefore th e democratic vic victory
tory victory oyer a reunited republican
party,
iRepublicans, however, were jubi jubi-lant
lant jubi-lant over the result. They asserted
the progressives were returning to
the fold, and that by UM? the way
would be cleared for a sweeping re republican
publican republican victory. They were prepar prepared
ed prepared 0 welcome "Uncle oe" Cannon
and -many of his erstwhile followers,
who had fought their way back to
seats in the House after their de defeat
feat defeat in '1912. Three jbreaks in the
Solid South, whicn democracy has
held for so many years were poiritel
to as Indications of democratic
weakness.
- The next Congress will see a gen general
eral general reorganization of ; the iHouse.
Speaker Clark, who was returned by
a big majority from his district, will
undoubtedly be the democratic
choice for Speaker.
The election of Representative
Underwood to the Senate from Al.v
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bama will precipitate a contest for
the democratic leadership, in which
Representative Kitchen, of -North
Carolina, rauliing. member of the
ways and means committee, will,
takethe leading part. The reduced
majority of the -democrats zlzo will
necessitate many changes in the cr cr-gauizatiori
gauizatiori cr-gauizatiori of the powerful llouso
committees. ;
' ; In tbe Senate, even a slight In Increase
crease Increase in the present narrow demo democratic
cratic democratic majority will strengthen the
administration, 'which during the
present Congress has at times becu
somewhat embarrassed by the slenl slenl-er
er slenl-er margla of control.
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(PREYI3XT TIIlllR 31 A KING
iPetrograd, Nov. 6. It is ofilcially
announced that the, German ;. retreat retreat-both
both retreat-both from lEast 'Prussia and Polif h 1
fronts continues and the heavy pres pressure
sure pressure of the -pursuing iRussians ha3
prevented the German-? from mzlzlnz
a -stand. : ..: :
3IARIONS VOTE OANVA5:"EI
' The board, of county commission-'
ers canvassed the result s. of last,
Tuesday's I??ton yeLerday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. It was the lightest vote cast
In many, years-in thi3 county. ;.
The highest num.ber of .votes cat
was for ,QIr. Alfred Ayer for tax as assessor
sessor assessor and this was 'less than a thou thousand.
sand. thousand. The -people of the county left
nothing in doubt as to what they
think of the abolition 'of the office of
county : treasurer and the changing,
of the offlces of assessor and collec collector,
tor, collector, to, four year terms instead of
two. The vote for the changing of
this article of the constitution, was
nearly three to one in favor of the
change.
.The vote in favor of the change
allowing ibe governor to appoint an
adjutant general was two to one.
OPEN I) AY AND NIGHT
Merchant' Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunch33
at any hour.-
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THE OCALA E VEXING ST AK. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1014
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OCALA EVENING STAR
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IT WILL NOT STAND ANALYSIS

'At the meeting of the Marion
County, Democratic Club Wednesday
night, resolutions -were adopted,
praising the city council for its good
work during the year. The resolu resolutions
tions resolutions were mostly moderately word

ed, and the praise they expressed

was ueservea Dy tne council, 'mere

was, however, one allegation that
was uncalled -for, and the Star

doesn't think it would 'have passed

if the club had taken time to think

over it and examine the evidence.

ihe said allegation was as .fol

lows:
"Whereas, The present city coun

cil has carried out and fulfilled each
and every promise made and con

tained in the platform upon which

they were elected, in spite of oppo

sition, criticism and calumny, inter

posed and heaped upon them by
those of then political opponents
whose motto seems to (be, 'either

rule or ruin

The Star doesn't suppose that the

Marlon County Democratic Club de desires
sires desires to deprive the citizens of Ocaia
of the privilege of criticising their
officials, or opposing their plans,
either right or wrong. The said
privilege Is constitutional, and the
Star thinks it will be exercised by
the members of the club about ajr
often as by any other people In towii.
JVs a matter of fact there Has

'betm no "rule or ruin opposition !to

the council by political opponent

a.s we ishall proceed to show.

.Last year the club endors

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dermen (Robinson, 'Smith, Fausett
and Talar. The white primary nom nominated
inated nominated iMr. W. J. .Edwards for mayor
and for aldermen Messr?. Roess,
Knight, Seymour and iWeihe.
Messrs. Robertson, iRoess, Knight,
Ttobinson, Smith, '-Fausett and Tolar
were elected. As soon as the votes
were counted, the town figured -that
it had a very good bunch, of alder aldermen
men aldermen and went on about its ordinary
affairs.
There was no opposition to any-
- Uiing the council did till the discus discussion
sion discussion started about shutting down the
electric plant and .buying current. It
is understood that this move was
favored by Messrs. -Roess, (Hunter,
Robinson and Smith, one white pri primary
mary primary and three club nominees. It
was opposed iby (Messrs. Knight,
Fausett and Tolar, one 'primary and
, two club nominees. It iwas also op-
. posed by 90 per cent, of the "people,
including many members of the
The nextVhing of importance was
raising the valuation of city prop property.
erty. property. The Star understands that the
council was practically an unit' on

this proposition. The Star, which

Cavored the white primary candl

dates in the election, supported the

(measure, ibut tmany of" those who

anything knows that every one of
them does a. lot of hard, unpaid-for
work for the town. Every citiea
thinks he has as much right to op oppose
pose oppose the council, or any 'port .of it,
if he wants to; and if a man is too
sensitive to stand the sort of crit criticism
icism criticism that is leveled at a .pufblic offi official
cial official in Ocala he shouldn't run .for of office:
fice: office: Politics in Ocala is as polite
and quiet as a Sunday school com compared
pared compared with -what it is in other cities.
As the Star has said before, it con considers
siders considers the Democratic Club a good
institution, and hopes it -will live and
flourish. It iwould.like to see it help
in establishing a set of clean and
fair political rules for the city. In
the coming election, we should nomi nominate
nate nominate our best citizens, vote for those
we like best, accept the result with without
out without (bitterness and go on about our
regular business. The Star- 'hopes

ihe club will contribute to this de-j

sirable end. We can say from per personal
sonal personal acquaintance that a numiber of
our best citizens are on its member membership
ship membership roll, and ;we. are quite sure that
in endorsing the proposition we
have discussed, they acted without
duo deliberation.

again proved himself the political
SN'emesis of the ;boss -who impeached
him and removed him from the gov governorship,
ernorship, governorship, -not because he "had pock pocketed
eted pocketed campaign contributions out be because
cause because he had Tefused longer to take

orders from Charles F. Murphy.
lA sorry implement of political

justice, perhaps, "but William Sulzer
has nevertheless done his ;work and
done it effectively. When tens of
thousands of 'oters seize uppn such
an instrument of .political retribur
tion, in what -utter detestation must
they held Murphy Ism?
The democrats of .New York have
.been beaten because tLey tolerated
Charles F. Murphy as the boss of
thefr party organization. They learn

ed nothing from the disastrous de defeat
feat defeat that they sustained in the city
last fall. -Will they learn nothing
from the disastrous defeat that they
sustained In the state this fall?

FACTORY LOCATION SKCURKI)

CHAMP CLARK'S COJLMBNT

FORDYCE Jf. ROGERS

Everybody in Ocala, and hundreds

throughout ftlarion county will be

sincerely grievefd to learn that iMr.

no wiin nis wne nas
winter resident of

years, and who own own-model
model own-model farm at Bur-

F. -H. Rogers,

ibeen a. regul

Ocala for som

ed a large an

bank, died at. this ShrnnA in (Tietrmt

for office (Mayor IRo'bertson and AR-yast iMonday.

scrupulous in
tills friends
him and his

Mr. (Rogers was a most estimable
m

gentleman kind to his friends,

courteous to all and

his .business affairs
here were expecting

wife every day to come from their

northern to their southern home,

and all will deeply regret to learn

that they will see him no more.

The iDetroit Journal of .'-Nov. 3

says:

Col. Fordyce Huntington Rogers,
well known business man and civil
war veteran, died at 'his home, 37
Peterfboro street, IMonday, from a

complication of diseases due to the

infirmities of age.
(Mr. Rogers was the son of Ceorg3

W. and Jane Clark-Bmmons "Rogers

and was fborn in this city in 1840.

(He was educated in the

schools of Pontiac, and

Champ Clark, speaaker of the Na

tional House of (Representatives,
commenting on the Vepubllcan vic victories
tories victories in a majority of the states in

which elections were 'held Tuesday, l

said the vote twas not a rebuke to
the Wilson administration, 'but just

one -more thing that could happen

during these days of European .war.
"The result at the polls thruout
the country," said the speaker, "was
a great surprise to me. The defeat
of a great number of democratic sen senators
ators senators and congressmen is not a re rebuke
buke rebuke to the policies of President
iWilson;. No; it is just a natural oc occurrence,
currence, occurrence, one .that might happen
during these days of general mix-up.
The 'European .war may 'have had
something to do with it."
When told the'democratic majori

ty of the -House was reduced iby a
(big margin, the speaker, who was re reelected
elected reelected iby about 6,000 plurality,
said tie felt certain that when the re-:
suit Qiad ibeen decided definitely the
democratic party still would have a
safe working 'majority.
"The reuniting of the Tepufolican
and progressive forces in .many dis districts
tricts districts and the Inability of democratic
legislators because of the long ses sessions
sions sessions of Congress to properly can canvass
vass canvass their districts naturally per

mitted the voters to drift (back to

old party lines and the repuolican

victories are the result," he added.

IMr. O. Farrell, of the Marion Bat Battling
tling Battling & Ice Cream Company, has
closed a lease .with IMr. B. S. Wood-

row for his new, two-story concrete

building, .No. 10, West- Fort King

avenue, between the Ocala Plumbing

& Electric Company's store and the
Imperial Laundry, and will open for
business on or about January 1st.
IMr. (Farrell says the ibuilding will
be remodeled and fitted up for. the
business inside in first class stylo.
The walls will foe tiled withwhite
enameled finish and all openings
will be screened and inside the man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing department twill be dou double
ble double screened.
Out in the yard a'big steam (boiler
will ibe installed and all water used

in the bottling department will be;
distilled. The machinery for "both j

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cream 'iaciory wiu oe nere m ampje
time for the commencement of rwork
It will ibe of the latest design, time
and labor saving and sanitary in ev every
ery every respect. ...
The company has an advertise advertisement
ment advertisement in this issue that -will be worth

reading. Its (Mo-Cpla and fVelvet Ice
Cream are destined to hecomef fa fa-moos,
moos, fa-moos, household .words in Central
Florida, so" you had best get used to
them.

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AUGUST HEINZ

iF. (Augustus (Heinz, formerly the
owner of immense copper interests
in the west, died suddenly at Sara Saratoga,
toga, Saratoga, iN". Y., Wednesday night.
Heinz had a sensational career in
the financial world. After acquiring
millions thru mining in the -west, he
came to INew York and became in interested
terested interested in other ventures, most of
which were successful.

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ALLIES TRY TO WEAR
j THE GERMANS OUT

USE OUR SUCCESSFUL,, TRIE1 IMPLEMENTS IN
CULTIVATING YOUR SOIL ANJ YOU WILL GET Tin:
BEST CROPS POSSIBLE.

IT IS A .WASTE NOT TO BUY THE BEST IMPLE IMPLEMENTS;
MENTS; IMPLEMENTS; THEY COST. NOTHING THEY ARE AN INVEST

MENT WHICH SAVES MONEY.

From PaTis, says the- Savannah

iNew, comes the setatment that the

allied tro ops In the 'western fighting
area 'now outnumber the Germans
there 'by 475,000 meri.v and that' the
reason why the former do not push
their foes Iback to the German front frontier
ier frontier is that it is cheaperi and likely to
'be much more worth while in the
long-run to remain on the defensive.
There is no question that If the al allies
lies allies took the offensive all along the
line their losses in killed and (wound (wounded
ed (wounded -would ibe far (greater than they
will ibe If they simply remain on the
defensive and ipenmit the Germans
to wear themselves out in !bloody at attacks.
tacks. attacks. . i
" The allied generals think, no
doubt, ihat the war is to be a wast wasting
ing wasting one anyway and that it 3s good
strategy to save their men. Certain Certainly
ly Certainly it is easier for the allies to face
the German armies along, .the line
they now occupy than if the latter
were supported 'hy strong forts' in
Germany. '.Besides at this time the
allies are simply ; trying to prevent
the Germans from getting to Paris.
Outnumbered as they are said to
ibe the Germans' hope of breaking
thru to Paris must now be slight
indeed. They relied on superior
members in the early part of the war
to win their victories. 'Now that the
superiority, of numbers is on the
other side their chances of victory
in -France and Belgium cannotv be
nearly so great as they -were three
months ago.

SOLID WALLS OF SOLBIERS

, It may surprise some to know that
Persia, "the (Mohemmedan country
lying alongside of Turkey, is almost
as antagonistic to the Turks as any
Christian nation could he. The rea-

son is that the Turks, and the great- The strugggle in France, says Col Col-er
er Col-er part of the .Mohammedan world 'lier's, has now assumed such a defi defi-recognfze
recognfze defi-recognfze Omar as the successor of nite form that it is worth trying to

puhlic fMahomet, while the Persians pay I get a view of the situation.

at fhtx 4.-1 i.h-o same ihomasre to iAli tThfi an- Two verr definite battle lines

ginning of the war enlisted in the tipathy 'between the two sects Is seem to ibe established. Paris, a

First (Michigan cavalry. In 1'868 he fierce, and it comes in very -well for fortnight ago, was 'fifty miles on tne

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ran n mo :PMfir 4fnat and he- the allies now, as (Persia Is so sit- safe side of the western ugnting

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camp cashier of a ibank in San Fran- uatea as to cui xne iutks on irom xront; iwinicn tuus nmw 'uuumcu

cisco. In 4 879 "he came east and en- invading either British India or IRus- miles southeast from the (North feea,

crori in .TiTHnjr (business in sian Turkestan. near the Straits of Tkxver to tne root-

INew "York : until -1880, when he re returned
turned returned to Detroit and sbought out

hills of the Jura mountains at tho

The people of Brussels made no ledge of Switzerland, y Three or four

the etroit jWihite Lead Works arid resistance to. the German army, and .million soldiers are here arrayed,
became manager and president of the Shave made no trouhle 'for their con- Making all due allowance for reliefs,
company, which office he held until querors since their city was oc- supply and other guards, and the

1910. He was also president of the cupled. wowever, tney have (been (numerous -duties or macKing up a.

voted for the club nominees opposed Umtran int and Class Co.. the ordered to pay the sum of $9,000,- modern army so that it can live.

increased valuation some Mnem McLennan Paint Co., and the Rog- 000 indemnity. A.iid this, while they Imove and fight, it is safe to say that

as one alderman told the Start con- ers paint and Varnish Co. ar themselves almost in extremity, the allies and tne uermans navr
sidering it was done for personal Mr (Rogers twas prominent in clubland their fellow citizens all around leach set up a solid wall of men,

rvU ti. i r &mv them are on tne veree ox starvation. Isiwut three thousand rco Tne mm-e

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Then came up the "bond issue. A of A e rlnnlal iWars Sons of the Even the millions of the .Rockefeller J over the entire distant. Nothing

majority of the council favored it. American Revolution, the ILoyal Le-I foundation stand little show of help-hike it has ever been known in fcis-

One of them told the Star that per- gi0 Fellowcraft Club, (National Ing a people against such wholesale tory. Both these tattie rronxs .are
onally he was against it another Geographical (Society, 'Archaelogical robbery. thickset with artillery, and the

told the Star that he swas against society, and past commander .Michi- .French forces nave tne support ui

certain features of it. Mr. Roess, a I -an c in .tt. ved as colonel! The IStar thinks that the sentiment several great permanent torts aiong

rhite primary nominee was leader on the staff of Gen. H. A.-(Alger when expressed iby the iMarion County their eastern side, (but the main re rein
in rein the fight for fronds, and -Messrs. lhe latter iwas governor of 'Michigan. (Democratic Club, in Tegard to having Jiance is on "digging in." This

Hunter, Smith and 'Robinson were survived ibv a .widow (Mrs. Ithe iwork of public improvement now means interlacing tne janascape .wun

Jiia enthusiastic supporters. It is Grace J (Haynes (Rogers, and two sis-"under contf mplation done by home a system of trenches, five feet deep

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THE RESULT IX NEW YORK

only necessary to go and look at the ters living in California.

figures of the vote to see that a

great many citizens .who voted with

the club last iDecemiber voted against
street paving, a civic center and a

ran nici pal ice factory. Its only nec necessary
essary necessary to look at the same figures to
he sure that those who lined up

with the club last year split on sew

erage.

lAs for the vote on (bonds for im

The New York World sums up thej
result of the election in SXew' York

as. follows:
Wrecked By Murphyism

people will meet almost unanimous I or more, sometimes drained, provid-

aTvnrnvaL There are some ercelleit I ed with (bombproof shelters, cook-

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architects, ibuilders i and ; mechanics ing quarters,- cross-connecting tun

in Ocala, and If possible every doi- nels, and so placed and conceaiea as
ii. of th city's money should he I tn -t the -maximum advantag2 of

paid to them. I the countryside.

The repuhdicans are already nam

ing Whitman of CSTew York and Wil-

Last year iMurphyism (broke the lis of Ohio for their presidential

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hack of the democratic party in tXew I ticket next year.

proving the electric plant, submitted York City.

1)7 an unanimous council, the Star This year iMurphyism has broken dt might as well he recognized

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will "bet any man a new hat that it the hack of the democratic party of that as far as Europe is concerned,

fwn en arnnnn rnf iDiisiness cenier iew x iLaie. fc irmrut seniiiniiL :uhsul ta wai uc

ajiy week day and find fifty men The people of (New York will no dead.

ifeo voted agains club candidates longer tolerate Tammany Hall gov

tasn: December who voted for electric ernment at Albany. They have said The 'Star is glad of the entrance

mi-n-r formats lnst month. it in the srreat vote Tolled for iMr. of the Turks into the war for at

The truth of the matter is that Whitman. They have said it still least one reason.

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n Tio ffv rnnnHr JAill its I for William Sulzer. Discredited and writft arareheads over stories of

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ixlja UCAiA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, XOVEMBER 0, 1014

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The Better Wall-Board
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build walls than 'by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost cf con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor z v.-ny o cut cn lbs
cot cf rr.stcri a vay to u:!J
better nor: pcimanem vvais. Thnt
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ful beautiful effects.
Perrmment Walls at
Lower Cost
XDABGER-BOARD doesp't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter.it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a tample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
end samples
J. D.McCASKILL,
State Agent, OCALA, FLA
BIG VALUES
AT
IDE III AHERICfl WEEK
At FRANK'S
This Entire Weelc
2,000 boxes of
ORANGES
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL-GROVE.
GROVE. BEAUTIFUL-GROVE. Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on, 20-acre
tract, all fenced .but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
$5,O0.
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
. Savage, Jf
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
rhone 125, OCALA, FLA
"Go North by Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
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, TO
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New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
eteamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried. v
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER
Located in Ocala, fla.. Expert woric
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattaer
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala,

ADVERTISE IX THE STAR.

EXCELLENCE OK THE

i ::kxc:h aktilleby
Victory Still Far From the Cier-
man Assailants at Verdun
I The Hague, Nov. G A well known
, .Dutch journalist who has just re rejourned
journed rejourned from a tour thru iA!sace-Lor-;
raine and right thru to the German
lines before Verdun, gives in Het
Leven ssme interesting pictures of
the josition on the Garman frontier
rn 1 at the' front. Particularly sig sig-;
; sig-; n.'f! :: ant is w hat he w ri t es rega rd i n g
the a j mitt ed superiority of the
French artillery an 1 the clever ruses
they adopt. He writes:
"I proceeJei by train toCIetzland
; thence to set oZ by motor, with an
Ober-lieutenant as an escort, to vis-
it the. fighting line. 'Across the
I French frontier and on past Latour
: and AVoevre we met an ever-increab-j
ins number of infantry, artillery and
j transport columns amd the further
: we went the 'busier became the scene.
J "German officers to whom I spoke
in this neighborhood .were by no
uneans satisfied over the progress of
j affairs; there was no progress to be
; noted, principally because the
I French artilley ihad proved itself su su-!
! su-! perior to the German. The French
seem to have dragged their heavy
jtguns out of the fortresses and to
'.'have placed them in the open field:
j Moreover, it is asserted that the
French artillery can reach at least
two kilometers farther than that of
the Germans.
'We passed .on to HHaire and But But-gneville
gneville But-gneville to .Oarville where we were
only 12 kilometers from the gTeat
fortress of Verdun, whose guns were
sending out their terrible -messengers
of death. Not far from that
point was a magnificent battery of
30 -centimeter motor howitzers. I
was not allowed to approch it, but
German officers told me that the
'Austrians had suffered terrible loss losses.
es. losses. The French shells raked even
the best sheltered positions a fact
which gave the iAustrians much food
for thought. (At last they found the
solution. In a tree close to the (bat (battery
tery (battery t they found a (Frenchman armed
with a field telephone who promptly
informed Verdun of any change in
the position of, the 'Austrian guns.
The brave 'Frenchman -was given
short shift. iBut the instance doe3
not stand alone. fRepeatedly have
the Oermans found country people
In trees and in celjars, all -with pock pocket,
et, pocket, telephones.
"The Germans have made such ac actions
tions actions almost impossible now, but
j still they admit that they are not by
! a long .way -where they .would dike to
i be. Everywhere I 'heard in Germany
j officers and -soldiers alike speaking
I with 'great joy of the fall of (Fort de
1 Camp des iRomains." XoW at last
j there was a gap in the line of forts.
J At the fighting line itself I 'heard a
different story. Yes, they had taken
the fort and the Bavarian soldiers
had acted (magnificently, but whether
they could "hold the fort was 'an 'another
other 'another question. The French guns
in the forts bf Parodies and Leon Leon-ville
ville Leon-ville were so excellent that they com completely
pletely completely covered the Camp des ilto ilto-mainsand
mainsand ilto-mainsand the gap was no gap at all."
DESPONDENCY DUE TO IXDTGES-
TIOX
It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion become
discouraged and despondent. iHere
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them by airs. Blanche IBower-?,
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 "bottle of them, did 1
find the right treatment. I soon be began
gan began to improve and since taking a
few (bottles of -them my digestion is
fine." For sale lay all dealers. ad
Soldier's Most Trying Position.
Tha average soldier finds the most
terrifying position to be that of stand standing
ing standing motionless in the front rank, ex exposed
posed exposed to the enemy's fire without be being
ing being able to reply. The order to ad advance
vance advance or to charge with fixed bayonets
is then received as a release from
agony. Movement, even Into greater
peril, distracts the mind and greatly
reduces the mental anguish
BEST COUGH SiEDICIXE FOR
. CHILDREN
"Three vears a?:o when I was liv
ing in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a 'bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and it 'bene
fited ihirn at once. I find it the best
cough medicine for children !because
it is (pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it," writes iMrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
Temedy contains no opium, and iniay
be given a child as confidently as to
an adult. Sold iby all dealers. ad
Value of Generalship.
A friend whom you have been gain
Ins during your whole life, you ought
not to be displeased with in a moment.
A stone is many years becoming a
ruby; take care that you do not de
stroy It in an instant against another
fitone. Saadi.
Pennants and pillow tops, latest
styles, at KREGER'S.

!UY A BALE

I do not say, because cotton is not
my ibusiness, but I do call the at attention
tention attention of Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac Tobacco
co Tobacco Chewer, who buys a pound of my
El Tronico Havana Cigar Clippings
for 40 cents (which equate fifty good
cigars)-to the fact, that you will find
pipe smoking a pleasure. Or if you
are fond of chewing, you will find
this tobacco pure, unadulterated, be being
ing being my own product, the clippings
of my cigar factory cut up and the
dust abstractei therefrom, and con con-caining
caining con-caining a combination of pure cigar
leaf tobacco that costs as high as
$4 a pound. A trial will convince
you This tobacco is put up in 2, 4,
8 and 1 6 ounce packages.
Yours truly,
EL TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY
CHARLES PEYSER,
10-28 Proprietor.
TRY THLS FOR YOUR COUGH
. .
Thousands of people keep cough coughing
ing coughing 'because unable to get the right
remedy. Coughs are caused by in inflammation
flammation inflammation of throat and .bronchial
tubes. What you need is to. soothe
this inflammation. Take Dr. King's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del delicate
icate delicate mucous lining, raises the
phlegm and quickly relieves the con congested
gested congested -membranes. Get a 50 cent
bottle from your druggist. "Dr.
King's tXew iDiscovery quickly and
completely stopped my cough,'
writes J. iR. Watts, 'Floydale, Texas.
'Money (back if not satisfied, but it
nearly always Tielps. tu-thr-fri-wk.
Period of Sadness.
After twelve months in office tha
chairman of a West, Wales parish
council was about to give up his posi position.
tion. position. "And now. gentlemen," he said,
with feeling, "the time has come for
me 'to vaccinate the chair."
OCALA FRAIEIMAL OMRS
MARIOX-DUXX MASOXIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 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. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDERNOF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chanter. No. 29. O. E. S..
meets at Yonee's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secj.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No; 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A. warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the' K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699; L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. Ha.
Visiting brethern always welcome 'o
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postoffioc.
J, D. Rooney, Dictator.
CHAPTER XO. IS, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
COXCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE XO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. '286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E R.
L. W.vHarley. Secretary. Ad
BIG VALUES
-AT
WIDE III AMERICA WEEK
At FRANK'S
This Entire Week

IOIXTERS FROM-PEDRO'

Pedro, r Nov. 3. Cane grinding
time has begun, which Is the joy of
the young people.
Mrs. Allene Crunipton and little
daughter, are visiting ? Mrs. Cramp Cramp-ton's
ton's Cramp-ton's parents, "Mr. and iMrs. R. E.
Perry.
tMiss Una Crunipton is spending
a while with 'Miss Retta Perry.
The men folks are busy erecting a
new church in Pedro.
iMr. and JMrs."-J, CI. -Jolly are visit visiting
ing visiting iMrs. Jolly's parents, Mr. anl
iMrs. J. R. Proctor."
There was quite a crowd in at attendance
tendance attendance at the cane-grinding, at
Mr. Walter Nichol's Tuesday night,
iNovemlber 3. Those present were
;Mr. and (Mrs. Leo Kissler, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter OCichols, airs. J. B. Dias,
IMissese Qlinnie and Gertie 'Nichols,
Susie 'Monroe, Kathleen and lone
Cameron, Lena, itetta, 'Edna and
iRuby Perry, Dollie iRowell, 02veyln
Griner, Lola Dias, Una Crumpton,
(Delia, 'Hattie and Katie Proctor, Ger Gertrude,
trude, Gertrude, Bessie and -Maud Snow, Jennie
and Kate Kessler; iMessrs 'Henry
and Willie Odom, (Mealy, lAlf red,
Sam, Eddie and Jesse iProctor, ?Mitch ?Mitch-ell
ell ?Mitch-ell 'Livers arid Jim F. Pittmon, James
Snow, Paul Kessler, Kimball, Dewey
and Carl Perry, Walter and George
Doyle, Theodore Nichols, Dave
and IReuben iMunroe, .Olney Dias, R.
OK. Perry, Louis Lanier," Perry "Row "Row-ell,
ell, "Row-ell, little Robert iXichols and Prof.
C. iE Boyd.
LMr. iWalter Nichols and daughter.
iMiss tAnnie; made a flying trip to
Ocala Monday.
Our school is progressing nicely
under the able management of Prof.
Boyd and MissfDrllie Rowell. )
Our literary spciety will render a
nice program next Friday which -will
be the last meeting until after
Christmas.
'We are busy getting up our pro program
gram program for Christamas.
Miss Delia Proctor and mother,
iMrs lElhert went to Summerfleld
iMonday shopping. 4
tMiss Una Crumpton is going 'to
soon return to her home in Ocala.
We hate to see her leave, and hope
she will come again.
(Wonder where all of our girls and
iboys are? Why, they' are out at Lake
Weir.-, V ;'.
("Let the correspondent send in
his letter a day sooner next week).
Scotch Alarm Clock.
A tourist in rural Scotland took ref refuge
uge refuge for the night In the cottage of an
old lady. He asked her to wake him
up early in the morning, warning her
that he was quite deaf. Upon awak awakening
ening awakening inuch later than the appointed
hour he found that the old lady, with
strict regard for the proprieties, had
slipped under the door a slip of paper
upon which was written: "Sir, it's
half past eight."
Do Well the Thing at Hand.
Don't waste life In doubts and
fears; spend yourself on the work be before
fore before you, well assured that the rJgnt
performance of the hour's duties will
be the best preparation for the hours
f axes that follow Emeson
Jenn- Llnd Rock.
The Ohic river claims abong Its
treasurer the Jenny Upd rock. The
kinder was a passenger on a steamer
which ttruck on a sandbar near the
rock and while waiting for the boat
,to be floated Miss Llnd had boatmen
rov? her out to the rock, where she,
stood alone and sang.
Reluctant Criticism.
"Augustus, dear," said the girl, ten tenderly,
derly, tenderly, pushing him from her as .the
moonlight flooded the bay window
where they were standing. "I think
pat you had better try some other
hair dye; your mustache tastes like
urpentine."
Just Like Him.
A man knows he must look pleased
when his wife tells him, that their
new infant (with as yet no features
m relief; is his perfect image.
1 Too (Generously Gifted.
"1 wish I did not have so powerful
tn Imagination." lamented the girl with
the fluffy hair. "Last night I dreamed
I was on an ocean steamship, and I
woke up Aeasick."
DECIDE YOURSELF
The Opportunity is Here, Backed by
v Ocala Testimony
Don't take our word for it.
Don't dependon a stranger's state statement.
ment. statement. iRead Ocala endorsement.
Read the statements of Ocala citi
zens.
And decide for yourself.
Here is one case of it.
'Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street,
Ocala, says:- "My kidneys were
weak and at times I couldn't control
the passages of the kidney secre
tions. I was greatly bothered dur
ing busy hours of the day. I got a
box of Dean's Kidney Pills and be began
gan began using them as directed. They
certainly acted quickly in regulating
the action of my kidneys and reliev relieving
ing relieving the lameness in my .back. I don't
hesitate to recommend them to any anyone
one anyone having kidney complaint."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Rev. Price had. FosterMilburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.

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

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of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods' are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest,
est, freshest, goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.

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Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Daggage Service
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And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helpir:
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which Is a day ol
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Sleeting of the Woman's Auxiliary
Hospital Jioard
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the home of iMrs. D. S. Woodrow,
the Woman's 'Auxiliary .Board of the
Olarion County Hospital held its fir3t
meeting of the winter. The attend attendance
ance attendance was good and several new me?ii me?ii-bers
bers me?ii-bers were elected on the board.
Several questions of importance
xime uj for discussion during the
afternoon. The 'board -made prelim preliminary
inary preliminary arrangements for a .progressive
card party and charity ball to be
given at the Ocala House on the
evening of Dec. 4th, !Mr. L,. N. Iong,
the genial manager, generously of offering
fering offering the use of the spacious dining
room and reception hall for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion.
A nominal fee of fifty cents will
toe charged tor dancing couples and
twenty-five cents for those who play
cards. Jtook tables will be placed
for those not playing cards and at attractive
tractive attractive trophies awarded the top
scorers in both cards and rook. The
board is desirous of raising a large
fund on the fourth, and it cordialiy
extends an invitation to all friends
and those in sympathy -with the work
to attend.
The following officers 'for the" en ensuing
suing ensuing year were elected: (President,
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Mrs. Wood row, -first vice 'president,
airs. W. K. Zewadski; second vice
president, "Mrs. George (MacKay;
secretary, 'Mrs. C. L. (Anderson,
treasurer, iMrs. T. T. iMunroe.
Thanksgiving day this year at the
fair will not 'be observed by the
auxiliary 'board as tag day.

lara.

V Mr. and iMrs. 03. C' Bennett in
compliment to Mrs. Park Trammell,
I had as their Quests last evening at
I -the Temple, iMs. Trammell, Mrs. E.
I tli. Carney, tMr. T.iH. Johnson, Dr.

f and IMrs. E. O. PecR, Misses CI

b Johnson. olli&X?fark, Zelma Jliz

Dr. J. II. .Walte

IMisses lElizaJbeth Bennett and Eva
Lee Glass are guests for the week
end of iMiss Katherine tHenry at
Lake iWeir, accompanying their
hostess home this afternoon.

(Miss Elizabeth relays, one of the
"teachers in the 'Hyde Park school, is
ill at the home of her cousins, Mr Mr-r
r Mr-r and Mrs. B. J, 'Mays. (For a time it
iwas 'feared that Miss (Mayes would

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Dut ner mends wiu De giaa to Know v- air. and IMrs. E. L

that it was not so serious.-r-Tampa.

Tribune.

ning of Tuesday, (November 17 th.
Mr. Clark and .Miss Sharp have a
number of friends in Ocala who ex extend
tend extend best wishes.

FIVE HUNDRED
IKL,LAKS FOU THE FAIR

:Mrs. Julia iMcCredie and son, Mr.
Hugh McCredie, are home from "a
visit to relatives in Orlando.
-Rev. A. E. Cornish, of Tampa,
brother-in-law of (frs. J. G. Glass of
this city, was recently elected sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent of associated charities
in his city. In speaking of the ap appointment
pointment appointment the Times-Union says:
".Rev .Cornish has had many years
of experience in charitable and mis missionary
sionary missionary work, and is one o fthe best
men that could be ipossibly secured
in the South for the position. He
has worked for the poor in the
mountains of Tennessee and all thru
the state of South Carolina. Know Knowing
ing Knowing the best way to handle the cases
of poverty that come to the attention
of the public every day, (Rev. Cornish
will(ont doubt have the local organi organization
zation organization on Its feet again in a couple
of months."
tMr. and iMrs. Eonmett 'Robinson
and two children left this afternoon
for Jacksonville, where they will in
the future reside. Ocala is sorry to
part with this estimable young fam family,
ily, family, but in their move they have the
best wishes ,of their -many friends.
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(Mrs. Park Trammell -and hostes3,
(Mrs. E. L. Carney, were guests today
of (Dr. and IMrs. S. H. Blitch at
fBHtchton.
JMiss Scarborough left Ocala a few
days ago after an extended visit with
'Ir. 'and Mrs. C. B. Strickland at
heir home southwest of town.

Commissioners 3Iade a Small But
Timely Contribution
During this forenoon's session of

the board of county commissioners
the $500 asked for to supplement
the premium list of the Marion Coun County
ty County Fair this season was granted.,
iMrs. J. R. Moorhead was allowed
$15 per month toward the conduct
of the Marion County Canning Clubs.
This amount is to be paid for ten
months in connection with the fund
allowed by the state and federal
agricultural departments fo rthis
work in the county.
A monthly allowance for the
maintenance of Comfort Lodge in
Ocala was refused.
It was ordered that the county
clerk issue a warrant for $25 a
month in favor of S. J. (McCully to
supplement the allowance .made by
the (Florida (Experimental 'Station for
demonstration purposes in this coun county.
ty. county.
All the work -was disposed of by
noon and the board adjourned.

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Mr. and IMrs. A. iM. Flanery and

their pretty ba by left this afternoon
for their new home in Palatka. They
are excellent people and the 'Star
greatly regrets their departure.
Rev- Bunyan Stephens officiated! at
the wedding of IMiss Joe fBerta Bry Bry-an
an Bry-an and iMr..' Paul K. Weaver, which
was solemnized in tKi-ssimmee "Wed "Wednesday
nesday "Wednesday evening, at "the Baptist
church.

airs.. H. W. -Henry of Lake .Weir
spent several hours in town today

shopping.

Mrs. Charles B. Wheeler OMis

iEffie Welch) isv expected to arrive!

iwithin a week or so to join .t -Mr.
Wheeler who came this" morning.
iMrs. Wheeler is visiting the Dewey
family in Ocala and her friends here
are anxious for her to cut short her
visit and hurry to IMiami. vMrs.
Wheeler is a former IMiami girl and
the fact that tMr. and Mts. Wheeler
will make their home in, this city Js
heard with interest. IMiami "Me "Metropolis.
tropolis. "Metropolis. GIts. .Wheeler .is the fortnight
guest of her sister, iMrs. J. rR. Dewey.
!Mrs. Catherine iLivingston 'Eagan,
. who has spent the past few days in
this city, the ust of IMrs. Herbert
iL. Anderson, leaves tomorrow for
fEv.t ATvra fnr a hrief stay. Me-

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iMrs. J. V. Tarver, who has ibeen
in a private sanitarium In Chicago
undergoing treatment for the past
Jfchree months, will leave that city
Tuesday for home. She will he ac accompanied
companied accompanied toy her daughter, IMiss
(Frances Tarver, who -went to Chit
cago from Atlanta two -weeks ago to
accompany her mother home. They
will stop over for a day in. Savannah.
(Mrs. Tarver has been' very much
benefited iby the treatment she has
received from the specialists.
The Woman's Cluib will hold its
first 'business meeting of the winter
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. At
2:45 o'clock promptly, the executive
(board i9 requested to meet with the
president at the club house.
Tennis, one of the most beneficial

and exhilarating outdoor games, will

(be revived on a much larger scale

this winter. There are several splen

did courts in the city and another

rwill shortly he added to the number,
air. W. 0. Taylor (being the latest io

build one. The court will be on the

lawn east of the Taylor residence

Invitations to the marriage of Mr.

James D. Clark of Tampa and IMiss
Cart (Mae Sharp of Atlanta have

been received. The ceremony will be
tolemnlzed at the home of the bride's

parents, iMr .and Mrs. James Clark,

West Peachtree street, on the eve-

Wartmann an

son, (Mr. Allison Wartmami; aeeorn-J

panied by iMrcu J. S- iWyckoff came
in from CitaVJLhif forenoon for a

days' shopping. They made the

in iMr. Wartmann's CJadillac.

trip

WOMANVS AUXIIilAHV

Notice is given of the packing of
the Advent box, which is packed an annually
nually annually hy the Woman's Auxiliary of
Grace iEpiscopal church. This year
the box will go to .Rev. B. Ailen,
Waynesville, N. C.r for the benefit of
the mountain missions under his
charge. Contributions are solicited
both from the members of the church
and congregation. iNew and second second-hand
hand second-hand clothing, clean and in a con condition
dition condition to give comfort and service
to the people of a colder "climate will
be thankfully received. tShoes and
stockings are especially needed, and

it is hoped that money will he given

that new shoes and stockings may
be purchased, for the need is great.

A committee will call on each mem

ber of the church and congregation

and contributions may be sent to

Mrs. C. L. Bittinger's not later than

the twentieth of this month, that. the

box may be (packed as soon as possi

ble after that date, so as -not to inter

fere with fair week. ' .

.IMrs. C. IL. Bittinger, Secretary.

The Agatheridan Society held its
regular meeting, sNovember 6th,
After the minutes of the preced

ing meeting had ibeen -read and ap approved,
proved, approved, the following program was
rendered: . ; . V
Subject; Causes and events lead leading
ing leading up to the present war.
Bong, hy School. ."'
lEssay, The iFranco-iPrussian War
iNan Brooks.
"Recitation, The Austrian's Hymn
iMalbel Akins. v
Piano duet Gladys Osborne and
Sidney Perry. '
(Essay, Immediate causes, of the
war. Richard Dewey. ;
Oration, Breaking of Belgium's
(Neutrality. Kate May Eagle ton.
Essay, Life of Emperor (Franz Jos Joseph.
eph. Joseph. (Sidney Perry. '- :
(Essay, IHbw the Co'burgers figure
in Europe's war. Leslie Jackson.
Selection, The Anvil Chorus.- Or Orchestra.
chestra. Orchestra. '." VV-.-;
Paper.-. : : -.' ,:
After the reports of the critics,
this being the afternon fori election
of officers, nominations were in or order,
der, order, and the following were elected:
'President, IMiss Martha Kate
(Rentz; vice president, Oliss Jluby
Fausett ; secretary, James Hill ; ; ser-geants-at-arms,
iDexter Phillips and
(Margaret 'Little.
There being no further 'business
to come before the house, the sib ciety
adjourned to inreet against JNovI 13.

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The Athenian Society held" its reg regular
ular regular meeting this afternoon. : The
president called the society to order
and when the minutes had been read
and approved the following program
was rendered:
Song, "The Good Old TJ. S.' A."
by school.
Subject Flori da.
(Essay, 'History of 'Florida'"
.Ralph Caldwell. )
Recitations (Winnie Flippen.
Piano solo Isabelle tDavis.
lEssay, "First Settlers of JFlorida""
Edward Chazal.
(Recitation Tallulah Rivers.
(Piano duet rLoureen Spencer and
Ruth Simmons.
Essay, 'IFlorida of Today" Grace
Smith.
- Paper 'Wellie (Meffert..
Critic (Minnie Goldman.
- Sons, ".Mount Vernon Bells" by
grade. :; .
As there was no further, business

to come 'before the house, the society
adjourned to meet again Nov. 20.

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is not only earlier but heavier 'than
usual. The Metropolis says:
.They are coming! 'Already the
tide of travel has turned in a strong
current from northern states and
sections to the warm winter weather
of IFlorida.
This morning the Itoyal Palm
train on the Southern Railway that
runs through' from Chicago over the
Big- Four, taking the : Queen and
Crescent at Cincinnati and the
Southern at Chattanooga, came in,
in two sections, loaded with home-

There were five extra cars,
the largest number of

OUT OUT PAPER DOMiS

(We will give to the fladies and

children a cut out paper doll iwith

every purchase of one dollar or more.
Bitting & knight, Druggists. 11-5

You can have no trouble finding

your papers if you use a Globe-Wer-

nicke filing cabinet. The Murray
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ANERSOXPREYEIlITrH
A very ,iuiet little .wedding took

place Wednesday afternoon at 3:30

o'clock at the home .of Mrs. E. L.
Freyermuth of -Palmetto, Ola., for formerly
merly formerly of this tcity, in which Mrs.

TYeyermuth and air John 'Anderson

were "made man and wife. Only the

immediate families were present to

witness this solemn ceremony and

the only attendants were fMT. Otway
iWaller of Pailmetto and IMiss Mary
Bull of GLake City.

(Mrs. Anderson has lived here for

several years and her (friends are

numbered by her acquaintances.
Mr. Anderson is one of the sub substantial
stantial substantial citizens of Palmetto, having
lived here since hoy hood and thm

his honesty and integrity has won

the respect and admiration of the

business section of this county.

IMr. and iMrs. Anderson will make

Palmetto their future home and they

have the good wishes of the entire

community for a hapro" married

life.

HEAVY INFLUX
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HOMRSEEKFRS

According

to the following from

the Jacksonville Metropolis, the j
rush to Florida has commenced, and I

seekers,
carrying

homeseekers that has ever Ibeen
(brought to Florida this early in the
season on any one day iby the South Southern.
ern. Southern.
Tonight at 8:5a the Florida iUin iUin-Ited
Ited iUin-Ited over the Southern 'Railway will
come to Jacksonville with two extra
coaches. Tomorrow morning the
Royal Palm twill come to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville in two sections and carrying
eight extra coaches. Two of these
come vfrom Detroit, two, from Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, two from Cincinnati, .one from
Toronto, Canada, and one from Pitts Pitts-hoirg.
hoirg. Pitts-hoirg. All of them have Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for their destination excepting
the one from Pittsburg, bound thru
to (Lough-man, and the one from

Toronto, hound through to Xake Xake-land.
land. Xake-land.
The Florida Special on the (South (Southern
ern (Southern from Kansas City tomorrow; -will

also have an extra tourist sleeper

loaded with homeseekers coming to

Florida.

The Dixie (Flyer from Chicago ar

riving Thursday morning will carry

four extra cars to take care of the

extra homeseekers travel. The

South Atlantic Limited will have ?four

extra cars to carry the increased
homeseekers' business. The Semi

nole Limited from Chicago will car

ry three extra cars for homeseekers.

The Montgomery Route will carry

two extra coaches, and No. 8'5 from

Washington will carry three extra

cars to tafte care of the homeseekers
coming this -way.

These twelve extra cars on the
Atlantic Coast Line trains entering
Jacksonville tomorrow all Indicate a
great increase in homeseekersV trav travel
el travel into Florida, and an earlier move movement
ment movement of homeseekers than usual.
""The Seaboard will bring its quota

of homeseekers to Florida, and 'bus

iness on that system is unusually
heavy, according to statements by
G. Z. Phillips, district passenger
agent.

who owns the dwelling the business property that

4 in your name? r
of course you thlnn that you do; but 'are. you riht?
the question is worth' considering, it involves tho origin zzi J
the development of individual o'tvnershlp In land.
In tlie beginnig of civilization iio roan owned any tlcnnito part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over -particular sections : c-f
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it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land. wr3 too rcI rcI-.2al
.2al rcI-.2al for individuals to dispute over the occupancy c-f any parties parties-lar
lar parties-lar spot .-. ;

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Advertise fh tfie STAIt for results.

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often lies in the brassiere. Hundred? of tboiian J of women
wear the Bien-Jolie Crassiere for the reason itt!iey irJ!
it as Decenary a a corset. It suprv;rt9 the tru&t ana mcc
and gives the figure the youthful outline fahia tt.cTee5.

are the daintiest most rrtieeaW2
garments IronfrhKiMe. )n!y ti.e

B RAoal E R.E y in ? of pre t durabD it y o btH ctcljr
rustle- pcriaitting laundering without removal.
They come in all styles, and ynttr local Dry Good ilwih'f
will show them tryou on request. If hod o not rarry t':eni,
he ran ei'!!y g-ot them fr you by "8ritinsr to u. Send frr,
an illustrated bor.klet showing styles that pre hi hijh f.ivor.

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We have obtained lllie livo-sfory corner ol

fttae Woo(3ro w Bldif, at 11 0 Ft. King Ave.
We vill manufacture an' excellent 'grade' of Ice
Cram known as the VELVET brand and will bottle

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The MO-COLA CO. of Mobile Ala., offers $1,000
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Hough Dry Work Done O "Cents Per. Pound.
All Blankets and articles washed
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SlilNTlJlRD RAIIilOAD Ol? THE OUTEC

Thursday was an ideal day for a
picnic. The weather could not 'have
been nicer even had the weathar
roan received a special order ; from
the iNew South "Farm & 'Home Com Company
pany Company for the day of days .which will
go down in the history of that por portion
tion portion of iMarion county. The big bar bar-"becue
"becue bar-"becue was given by the land com company
pany company as a. celebration and a get get-together
together get-together 'movement of all the colon colonists
ists colonists in .Marion and Putnam counties.
'Special trains were run from Ocala
and Palatka on the 0:rala Xorthern,
the trains having to -make two trips
from each end of the line to carry
the crowds. Superintendent S. P.
Hollinrake dispatched the trains and
handled the business of the transpor transportation
tation transportation company all d ly in such a
creditable manner that there was no
discomfort for the passengers, aside
from a few, having to stand for the
short distance jbetweeA stations. The
train from this end of the line rwas
In Whjfra nt lTT!n tHnfl wi IATvra nnd

rvnfintnr f?rvenrJpr. It was estimated

there were 'between owo and three
thousand people present.
The iPalatka (Military Band fur furnished
nished furnished the best toueIc oinder the
leadership of Prof. Chittaway. 3ar c c-ing
ing c-ing was the order of the day for the
young .folks, the fcand furnishing the
-music. One of the amusing features
of the day was the moving pictures
being made by the Lubin Co., of
Jacksonville. The C9mpany had sev seven
en seven of its players," and vused the pier
nic crowd in several scenes of the
picture. Pictures jwere also made of
the great trenches where the tmeat
was 'barbecued. The trench was well
worth seeing. Jt was filled with the
carcasses of pork, mutton and chick chickens,
ens, chickens, everything neat and clean and
appetizing'. The barbecue and din dinner
ner dinner were in charge of iMessrs. Jones
and (Matt ox of Georgia, who are fam-

! ed in the art and cannot foe excelled.

The tables on which the dinner was
-spread, thirty in all and said to com comprise
prise comprise about '500 'feet of tabe room,
-were laid out 'with everything in
place with the chicken purlo in little
trays at each plate before the crowd
was allowed to go to the tables.

There was nothing lacking, and
more' than enough. With the meat
was the .purlo, dill pickles, rye toread
and coffee. iMessrs. Jones and '(Mat '(Mat-to..'
to..' '(Mat-to..' deserve all the praise that can
toe given them for the entire success
of the dinner, there 'being no con confusion
fusion confusion and an a'b-undance for twice
as many as -were there. The meat
was the ffinest and best cooked of
any ever tasted in this county; was
the statement made by everyone
present. .IMr. Ttooney was master of
ceremonies and just: ibefore dinner
he made a few appropriate opening
remarks, which were followed hy the
iband playing .'"Onward Christian
(Soldiers," after which there, was a
prayer (by Rev. P. Q. Cason, pastor

of the 'Baptist church of Palatka.
Then followed the dinner, of which
enough has been said.
' lAfter dinner IMr. iRcocey opened
the afternoon program with a few
remarks on the thriftiness of the
'farmers around Orange Springs and
exhibited a grapefruit, medium in
size and turning a golden color
which was grown on a tree that will
he three years old in iFefbruary, on a
farm in the Orange Springs section.
fMr. IRooney also read a letter from
IMr. J. H. Brinson, making the state

ment xt the good the New South
Farm & 'Home Co. has done along
educational lines, having donated
the Sots and the greater part of the
buildings for schools in its colonies
Mr. iRooney then introduced C5ol. W.
M. Toomer as the next speaker. The
speeches were all along the line of
gdod -cheer and encouragement for
the farmers. iXext came the ex ex-mayor
mayor ex-mayor of Jacksonville, Mr. Jordan,
who was followed by IMr. Hilit)urn of
Palatka. (Mr. Tllghman of TPalatka
was next introduced. IMr. Tilgman
said there was nothing left unsaid
'by the other speakers that he could
say, so he varied the program a lit little
tle little ty reciting "Farewell, (Brother
Watkins." The applause was great.
Capt. ILynch of Gainesville made a
few remarks, f ollowel toy (Dr. R. T.
Weaver, who spoke in behalf of the
F. V. fM. B. JMr. P. L. Qutherlani
of Jocksonville closed the program.
IMr. Rooney then' called for three
cheers for Mr. Chas. .11. Sieg, which
were acknowledged iby Mr. Sieg in a
few modest remarks.
The day is one long to :be remem remembered.
bered. remembered. The barbecue and picnic will
cost the company at a rough esti estimate,
mate, estimate, $1500, and it is thought that
when everything is figured up that
the figures will exceed that amount.
A, large delegation came from
Jacksonville, and automofbiles, wag wagons
ons wagons and- huggies Hbrought people
from all thru the country .for many
miles .around. It was one of the
greatest iharbecues ever given in
this county, not a tviing !bei:ig left
undone for the enterainment of the
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which must be sold within next sixty days-party has to have the money

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WOaiEX'.'lX TH Fj war

a. w. fritot, r; P. A., ;
138 W. Biy St. Jactnonville Fli

J. G. KIRK t. AND, D P. A.,
Hlllsbcc a Hotel, Tampa, Fla.

(From (Molly .Best's 'London Iretter
In Harper's Weekly )
The writing fraternity is still
soaring, ibut soldiering here' has come
down to .brass tacks. The uniforms
have given out, or an economical

governiment dces not put taem on,
ajid the men ire marching thru the
streets to drill, blocks and 'blocks of
them, in their shabby working cCoth cCoth-es.
es. cCoth-es. tXo glamouT at all ; ; you say to
yourself, "These men wholiave iiev-
er had enough horizon even to know
what the thing is about, these men
are t" drilling against the day of
death." VA little girl who ran with
others to see a passing soaad said
with much disappointment, "They
aren't soldiers, mamma, they're
men." Later I learned from an ex ex-soldier
soldier ex-soldier that there is a distinction. If
the real history of a war were ever
written insteaxl of a history hy an

"industrious jurist," that would ; pit

one stab in war.
" (A friend just back from France
toild me that she was husy jwith the
women there. -It looked as though
the race would be wiped out. Pre Premature,
mature, Premature, still-born ibabies. Then the
universal semi-starvation of young
women One of my own cases said

to me, "Madam, ho w. shall I put my

baby to breast, when I have not my

self food to eat?" Go to the (Hebrew

prophets for words on war: "Woe
unto the wo men with child in that
day." We have 'here no actual ex experience
perience experience of rthe (battle, but wedo see
the amount of starvation and mental
anxiety caused .by lack of work, wor worry
ry worry for the children, terror for the

people at the front, the utter; ruin, of I

thousands of peaceful people. It is
difficult to Tealize the staggering
misery ; and this is only the begin beginning.
ning. beginning. -' r
One delightfully ironical incident
I must tell you. A zealous bobby
captured a working man and Tialed
him into cou". on. the charge of be be-Inz
Inz be-Inz ?n unregistered German. The
mnn a?. ore he i;iad a Russian birth
certificate, and produced it. Then
said tha 'magistrate severely, "But

A IS KNOWN BY THE COMPANY 11$ k IlKEPJ. So
is a .GROCERY WAGON." Watch our wagons anU you will iee
them stop at the best Iiouses in town. Tlrat means we are girJiiij;
a superior serric and. the highest possible quality .YOUR QUA1
'.TTY. r . i 4
Vhatwe do for others iwo can do for you. TRY US. : ;
(Made in tAMlBRIOA sounds good, but MADE IN FIX) RID A
sounds 'better. The first nine items'. listed below' are M!AID "fIN,
FLORIDA a nd mostly im Marion county.
, Our tFiRUIT CAKE INGREDI1FDNTS are in and they are fresh and
fine. Seeded Raisins, Currants, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel,
Shelled Almonds, etc. .' ;
The following, is a list of SFtEOIAIL, VALUES which are for

TOMATOES, TTiORIDA MADE, No. 2 tins each,' Oct z- G&C
OKRA and T03IATOES, Florida, Made, No. 3 tins eacli. 1 Jc
SWEET BELL PEPPERS, Fla. Made, No. 2 tins each. . 1Hc
PEANUT BUTTER, II a. Made, medium jar each. 1. 1 3C
PEANUT BUTTER, Fla. Made,small jars, each. . . -1 09c
GUAVA JELLY, Fla Made, each 18Ci 2'fop 35c;; for. . . gfj-
FIG PRESERVES, Florida Mails', quart jars, each, .,'37c

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Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor 10-1-tf

why then have you for ten years
'been masquerading as a -German?"
"Because," ans wered the man apol apologetically,
ogetically, apologetically, "when 'I came to England
ten years ago the .feeling against
(Russia was so strong that I was
oibllged to pass ra y sel f off as a Ger German.".
man.". German.". 'I regard (this as a complete
novel on War and Peace.
Little Iby little the rtide of misery
is rising quietly to hl,?h tide. All
over London you ee women with a
couple of children carrying loose
bundles Irom which 'protrude details
of the most -rudimentary "housefur "housefur-nishings."
nishings." "housefur-nishings." They are on the move
with all they have. Sometimes you
see iraore thrifty lookinf women, old
and young, with hawls over their
heads and jaundiced faces, moving
about in a half dejectect, half de detached
tached detached from the universe sort of
style. These are the refugees. And
all the dressmaking windows display
fblack and white garments, with
easily Temoved !bows of lor. "Black
will (be the most faishionslble color in
Europe this winter.
I went down to the East Emd to today
day today to se wtiat Sylvia Pankhurst
was doing, and with pleasure I saw
the most inspiring sight since the
war broke out. The East London
suffragettes certainly have my vote.
They have started the nicest, clean cleanestbest
estbest cleanestbest organized little restaurant
and food depot that you can well
imagine. Adults can come and get
a meal for four cents, and children
for a penny (which is two cents),
and good food it is too. Sylvia
has foeen heckling Queen Mary to
give away some of the $15,000,000
which the nation contributed for re relief.
lief. relief. But so far Queen Mary has suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in resisting all efforts to get
anything away from her. Oliss Pank Pank-hurst's
hurst's Pank-hurst's methods are excellent. She
sells the clothing for ismall sums, for
she says many people would come to
buy who would never in the world
come to beg for clothes. J am going

35c jars FLORIDA SYRUP, each ...

20c jars FLORIDA SYRUP, each. .....
SAVEET POTATOES, per peck .
15c tins PLAIN PORK and BEANS, eac h. .
White Bacon pep lb..
LARD COMPOUND; per lb. ... . .... .

SNOWDRIFT LARD, large tins, each .
SNOWDRIFT LARD, medium tins, each.
15c package EVAPORATED APPLES, each

10c package EVAPORATED APPLES, each . .
10c bottles EXTRACT LEMON or VANILLA, each.'.

10 lb 'WATER GROUND MEAL for.
IRISH POTATOES, per peck

CHEESE, Full Cream, per pound. ..... .......
15c tins RUMFORD BAKING POWDER, each. .
25c tins RU3DPORD BAICING POWDER, each .
BRO OIvJFXELD CREA3IEKY BUTTER, ier pound.

Six SMALL CANS VAN CAMP'S MILK for

, "REMEMBER," WATCH OUR WAGONS.
H. Marsh's up-to-date market lias opened for business next door

to our store. Give him your orders.

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in Marion Heights, and one chance on that

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to the man or woman, boy or girl, writing th best -poem on the
Ml FsisMcom (Bsiirdleim
carrj'ing out he thought as a. aneana of reducing fthe high corit of
living. Poem to contain not over twen ty lines.

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down tomorrow afternoon to help
cook a dinner for the members, fac factory
tory factory girls mostly, and in the evening
they will have a "scratch entertain entertainment"
ment" entertainment" at which I am supposed to
lend a hand.

Hatched by the Sun.
In breeding goldfish, an industry
which has flourished in China from
time immemorial, the eggs are re removed
moved removed from the reach of the adult
male fish and hatched by. the sin. &
shallow dishes.

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DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS

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Wiea I wm m growing lad, aad

upon many words la my reading that
I did not understand, raj mother la la-stead
stead la-stead of zirlnz me the definition when
I applied to her. uniformly sent me to
the dictionary to learn it, and in thia
way I gradually learned many things
besides the meaning' of the individual
word in question among other things,
how to nse a. dictionary, and the great
pleasure and advantage there might
be In the nse of the dictionary.
Afterwards, when I went to the Tillage
school my chief diversion, after les lessons
sons lessons were learned and before they
were recited, waa In turning orer the
pages of the 'Unabridged of those
days. Now the most modern Una Una-bridged
bridged Una-bridged theNEW INTERNATIONAL
gives me a pleasure of the aame sort.
So far as my knowledge extends, it la
at present the best cf the one-volume
dictionaries, and quite suiSrfent for
all ordinary uses. Even those who
possess the splendid dictionaries in
several volumes will yet find it a greet
convenience to have this, which is so
compact, so full, and so trustworthy
aa to leave, in most cases, little to be
desired.- Albert S. Cook.Fh.D LL.D LL.D-Professor
Professor LL.D-Professor of the English Language and
Literature, Tale Unir. April 28, 1S1L
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A Dollar Saved

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Is A Dollar Matte
So buy your groceries from the
OCALA GROCERY COMPANY,
and save money.
'Every tlittle nit ihelps. Full weight
and tmasure guaranteed
; 1 pound Bliss Coffee ... .30c
.3 pounds best Rice. 23c
1 qt good Florida Syrup. .20c
1 bottle good Fla Syrup.... 0
Irish potatoes per pk 20c
BACON per pound . .'. . .10c
5 gallons oil . 60c
Everything cheap for cash.
Oeala Cash Grocery
Company,'
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue

By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
IRCULATION is a commodity which must be bought with
the same common sense used in selecting potatoes, cloth and
real estate. It can be measured and weighed it is merchan

dise with a probable value. It varies just as much as the grocer's
green stuff, the tailor's fabrics and the lots of the real estate man.
. ... -----
Your cook refuses to accept green and rotten tomatoes at the
price of perfect ones. She does not calculate the number of vege vegetables
tables vegetables that are delivered to her, but those that she can use. When
your wife selects a piece of cloth she first makes sure that it will
serve the purpose she has in view. When you buy a piece of prop property
erty property you consider the neighborhood, as well as the ground. Just so
when you buy advertising you must find out how much of the cir circulation
culation circulation you can use. You must judge the neighborhoods where
your copy will be read, with the same thoughtfulness that you de devoted
voted devoted to selecting the spot where your goods are sold.
A dealer in precious stones would be foolish to open up in a
tenement district, and equally short-sighted, to tejl about his jewelry
in a newspaper largely distributed there. Out of a thousand men
and women who might see what he had to say not ten Of them could
afford to buy his goods. These thousand readers would be mass
without muscle. He could make them willing to do business with
him, but their incomes wouldn't let them become customers.
One of the greatest mistakes in publicity is to drop your lines
where the fish can't take your bait. r
Circulation is, as you see, a very interesting subject, but very
few people know anything about it. It would surprise you to know
that this 'ignorance often extends to the business offices of news newspapers.
papers. newspapers. I have known publishers to continually mistake the class
of their readers and have met hundreds of them whe had the most
fantastic ideas upon the figures of their circulation. v
While I would not be so harsh as to accuse them of anything
more than being mistaken, none the less their tendency to infect
others with this misinformation renders it extremely advisable for
you to become a member of the Missouri society and "be shown."
' (Copyright.)

: PHONE 503 :

For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1.
Your Order will have

Immediate Attention
I J. L. 5MOAR

J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

A. D. BROOKS

Has moved his General 'Merchandise

toek from Main Street, next door

to the City Mraket to iue new
St. Georges Slock,

where he is now located' in the
liandsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
.ie will be pleased to see his friends
xnd customers.
iTRST CMSS FA3ITXjY GROCERIES
ASO COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECIAIiTY.

COTTON PLANT
Cotton Plant, Xov. 0. 'Rain is
much needed on the gardens and fall
truck.
(Mr. C. R. Veal -went to Ocala Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and returned home Sunday
night. He was the guest of (Mr.' and
Mrs. M. :L. Reynolds Sunday..
Mr. D. M. Barco came out from
Ocala last (Wednesday and remained
over until Tuesday and after casting
his vote left for Ocala to finish up
his work there and will return home
Saturday for the remainder of the
year.
(Messrs. Willie Parker and Alfred
Harroun left Tuesday 'for iMcTntosh,
twhere they will pack-oranges this
season. They -will fte greatly (miss

ed in our community.

The young folks are enjoying the

long evenings -playing rook and

flinch. Last Saturday evening they

met with iMiss Carrie .Barco and on
Monday evening at iMrs. "Woodward's

and Tuesday evening -with (Mrs. C. R.

Veal.
IMiss IMaud Watson of York spent
Tuesday night with iMiss ORachel
Veal.
Messrs. John Home and Prank
Russell of York formed the young
folks Tuesday evening for a game of
flinch.
Friends of air. and iMrs. Leslie
Home of York -were pained to learn
of the accident which happened to

them little son on Tuesday after afternoon
noon afternoon he fell cutting bis bead severe severely.
ly. severely. 'Dr. Dozier of Ocala was sum summoned
moned summoned to the little fellow.
Air. and JMrs. W. E. Veal, Mr. F.
(M. (Morris and "Miss Carrie Barco mo motored
tored motored to York Sunday afternoon aul
spent the afternoon very ip'easantly
at the borne of 'Mr. and .Mrs. Home,
IMrs. C. R. Veal and blaster Willie
Veal spent Tuesday with IMrs. iW. E.
Veal.
airs. A. W. Woodward and iMiss

Carrie Barco made calls at the homes
of Mrs. W. J. Seckinger and IMrs. H.
W. Long near JMartel IMonday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. (Mr. A. W. Woodward carried the
ballot box into Ocala Wednesday.

New Yorkers and "the West'.'
If we lived in New York we could

easily settle the question which is said
to be disturbing the minds of the
western governors as to what I3 the
dividing line between the east and the
west. Everybody in New York knows

that it is the Hudson river.
Register.

Whefcling

: Absinthe.
The principal poison in absintha la
a vegetable substance known aa
thyion. It is found in wormwood,
which is used in making absinthe.
France is the largest consumer of ab absinthe,
sinthe, absinthe, aking more than all the rest
of Europe. The consumption has been
steadily increasing, so that In 1911
over 1,000,000 gallons of absinthe were
used in France.

Family Trees Defined.
While the family cree of the ele elephant
phant elephant runs mostly to trunk, that of
the chorus girl does nothing of the
sort.

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Sser6 Blood

Troubles Uaalsh

With Magic Effect, Great Rem Remedy
edy Remedy Makes Disease
Disappear.

.,L ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives tmore and better
nrork for the money than any other
oartractor in the city.

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With a soft mellowness that appeals
to a woman's fancy a zestful snap
that delights a man's,taste a purity
and flavor that makes it a pleasing
drink for everybody.

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To Make a Living.
The finer sentiments, religious, ar artistic
tistic artistic and moral are all right when -we
can get to them, but the first thing
a man or woman must do Is to get
enough to eat and sc -ne place In
which to live. And this living must
of neceF ty be the basis for any high higher
er higher sentiments. The education, there therefore,
fore, therefore, which makes a foundation for
this support should be first in the
thought of, our system of education.
On it should be built the secondary
studies, it were, of ur education.

At almost any drug store you may ob obtain
tain obtain S. S. S., the famous blood purifier,
and you then have the veritable wizard
that makes all blood troubles vanish. Your
stomach takes kindly to S. S. S.. It rushes

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me uver, Kidneys, bladder and skin work v ccu iuc u;uwu ouu jucucb,

28, B. C. 585. The battle was sus-

Earl'est Record of nclipce.
The earliest record cf au eclipse
Was that of the &Uii.' observed by the
Chinese. B. C. 2158. The fir Jt record
of an eclipse approaching any dcfinlte dcfinlte-ness
ness dcfinlte-ness of account was the Nineveh
eclipse B. C. 763. The most notable
eclipse recorded in history was that
of the sun at the time of the, battle

in harmony; stops accumulations that have

caused rheumatism, catarrh, swollen glands,
sore throat and skin eruptions.
Just as food makes blood, so does S. S. S.
follow the process of digestion to stimu stimulate
late stimulate natural secretions to protect us against
the ravages of disease germs. We are well
aware of the fact that these germs are
apt to be latent within us to hrpak forth

i In violent eruptions of the skin whenever

MACHINE REPAIRING
I wish to call the attention of the

ladies of the county and city to thej the system is in a low state of resistance.

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
call on you and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or regulating on your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may have.
jRespectfully, B. Goldman,
lJl-2-tX OcaJa, Fla.

And it is to both prevent these eruntions

or to get rid of them that Nature gave us
such an ally as S. S. S. It is purely
vegetable, contains no mercury, and yet It
overcomes those serious troubles for which
mercury has been employed for ages. In
every community are people who know this
to be true. They owe "to S. S. S. their
recovery. Get a bottle today. Refuse all
substitutes. Read the folder around the
bottle tat tells of the wonderful work
being done by the medlcai department In
assisting users of S. :. S For a special

book on blood troubles Address The Swift

Specific Co.. 51 Swift B!dg., Atlanta,

pended and peace was made through
the good offices of Thales. The most
Important eclipse, however, In the his history
tory history of mankind occurred in A. D.
840, and which caused the death of
Emperor Louis. The three sons
promptly engaged in a war among
themselves. The war lasted three
years and ended with the treaty of
Verdun, whereby France, Italy and
Germany were carved out of Charle Charlemagne's
magne's Charlemagne's vast empire. Tbi3 was the
beginning of the three countries
oaxned.

CLOSING OUT ODD tAiXD END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at

Ga. KiRBGER'S.

Ttie:; Management ici

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yiaxixl Electric JcslKiitc

Announces the moving of -the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
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Larger Quarters, More Fully Eqnippedand .will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. VUOUTZ 333

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OLYMPIC GAMES M FUTURE

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November Joe Traps the
Highwayman

OF THE WOODS

GREATER than Sher Sherlock
lock Sherlock Holmes is No November
vember November Joe, the herb of our
new serial.
READ about .how he
solved the mysterious murder
at Big Tree Portage.
READ about the seven
lumberjacks and the trapping
of the lone highwayman who
robbed them.
READ about the theft
of the black fox skin, the
abduction of Miss Virginia
Planx, the hundred thousand
dollar robbery, and the other
forest mysteries the woods
detective solved and you
will be glad that you have
come to know

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The first iestallmeiit of litis liteisely Mterestiitg serial
: story will, appear in the EveMes Star
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NOWOPEN.
Room iWithout Bath $1.00
Running Water inlEvery Room in the House
ELECTRIC elevator service phones in all rooms
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Environment.
"Economics changes -man's activi activities.
ties. activities. As you change a man's activi activities
ties activities you change his way of living,
and as you change his environment
you change ,his state of mind. Pre Precept
cept Precept and injunction do not percepti perceptibly
bly perceptibly affect men: but food, water, air.
clothing, sh'-Her, pictr.rcs. books, rmv
ale will n.n In "
IlEMARIvABLE CURE OF CROUP

;Burbank, Nov. 5.- 3Iesrs. J. E.
'Austin and R. CXI. Overend are ship ship-ing
ing ship-ing beans this week.
Mrs. J. Clineman has returned
to Burbank, after spending the sum summer
mer summer in Chicago.

air. C. W. Bogue was a business
caller in Otala recently. ;
iMrs. Turtlelot is back again after
spending the summer in Boulder,
Colo.
IMr. E. Styles spent tNIonday in
Ocala.
tMrs. iMcCune and son, Air. tC. Ross,
and family, have returned to "Bur "Bur-bank
bank "Bur-bank after spendi ng the summer in
the north. y
Mr. Joe Milici left Sunday for
Goulds.
air. S. CMessick has returned from
Kansas Sam says he is sure glad to

get Iback, ;. ; .
tMr. O. IM. tMdXash and family "have
moved on the iHeavenridge farm.
. The (Ladies' lAid Society gave a
(Hallowe'en social at the church
(Saturday evening. The church was
-decorated with jack o 'lanterns, and
witches, black cats and such like,
gave everything a realistically weird

atmosphere. iMost of those attend attending
ing attending wore ghost costumes. s The

cfh urch was di vid ed i n to room s a f f-fording
fording f-fording the people, opportunity to
visit the jungle, -the parlor and the
fortune teller ; the jungle was filled
with wild animals and the jungle
was used for (games. (And after a few
hours of pleasure the ladies served
refreshments.
Olr. and Mrs. T. P. Bernard and
son, Ted,' of OPort iMcCoy were here
here Sunday between trains.
Quite a few small stunts, were
pulled off here5 Hallowe'en night.
Messrs. W. IX. Jones and F. E.
Hehal spent Tuesday In Ocala.
The farmers' union held a session

Tuesday afternoon in the church,

and the meeting was (largely attend

ed iby the people of this section.

iSecretary J. X). !Rooney, of the Mar

ion ICounty, iBoard of Trade, Ir. R.

T. Weaver ot the Florida Vegetable

Marketing Bureau and Mrs. J. R.

IMoorhead, representing the girls
canning clubs, came from Ocala to

attend the meeting and address the

farmers.

air', and Mrs. W. flD. Workman of
the hotel (have a garden second to

none in this district, from which

! they have vegetables of one kind or

another every day in the week.

''Postmaster T. M. Chaffee has had

his store remodeled to make room

for 'his increasing stock of goods.

Mr. VF. 'E. Healh will soon have his

'30 acres cleared of stumps. He ex expects
pects expects to plant a good portion to cit citrus
rus citrus fruit. J
v Mr. John Hight spent Wednesday
in Ocala'. v '

Speculation as to Effects cf War Upon
Athletic Contests In European
Countries.
The possible effect of the gigantic
conflict in Europe on international

sporting events for Bome ; years to
come offers no more interesting spec speculation
ulation speculation than the future of the Olympic
games, says .. the Spur. Even though
three emperors; as many kings and
one president should cease before the

snow flies to play millions of men like
so many pawns, no, treaty of peace

j will be strong enough to heal racial

rancor at once. Berlin may yet b8
in a position to adhere to the 1916
games, but how about British; French,
Russian and z Belgian athletes caring
to meet"1 German and Austrian com competitors
petitors competitors there? In the same sense, if
to a somewhat less degree, the ob objection
jection objection would apply to the Stockholm
of the neutral Swedes, which seems
to be willing again to hold the games,
providing the other nations are agree

able. Notwithstanding the geograph

ical disadvantage to the majority of
the contestants, one of the cities of
the United States east of the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi would be a better alternative
than Stockholm.

ARMY USES THE "WIRELESS"

Telephone and Telegraph Discarded

as Being Too Cumbersome for Em Employment
ployment Employment in the Fbsld.
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In the German army at least it
would appear that the days of field

telegraphs have passed and the la
borious and lengthy method of laying
wires' between distant points in order
to establish communication is now ob obsolete.
solete. obsolete. Only along established, lines

of communication will wires be laid

ior teiegrapnic ana teiepnomc pur purposes;
poses; purposes; the field equipment consists
Almost in entirety of portable wireless
telegraph outfits. In other countries

portable equipments of this character

have been cumbrous and far from

easily handled. The German engineer
has, however, worked hand in glove
with the service man, and the kaiser's
forces are now equipped with a means
of communication which is so light
and portable that a motor-cyclist with
a side-car could readily transport 6n6
of the smaller outfits some two hun hundred
dred hundred miles in a day. The short-range

instruments will send and receive over

ccn average distance of 35 miles.

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REALTY IOES REIilEAE
, RHEIDIATIS3I

"'Last winter when my- little boy
had'croUp I got him a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly ibelieve itrsaved this life," writes

Mrs. J. iB. Cook, -Indiana, Pa. "It
' out the ipiMegm and relieved his
j cougfhing spells. 1 am. most grateful
, if or what this remedy 'has done for

'htm." For sale 'by aU dealers. tad

ACCURACY SECTJIvITY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BEOTMERS, Lessecs,-
OCALA, FLfORIDA
Pirst consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.

Thinfls of Real Worth.
When a man begins looking at the
clock, when the main thing is to get
the largest possible output in the
shortest possible time, industrial art
takes flight. It returns only when
further developments in culture make
it impossible for the race to remain
satisfied with machine-made surround surroundings;
ings; surroundings; when the clock Is once more
turned to face the wall, and man once
more sets himself an ideal of beauty'
and worth, rather than of speed.

Everybody who is afflicted with
rheumatism in any form -should by
ans 3 cen p. bo1 of Slop.n's

I in! :li en t cn 1. The minute you
fee! a pain or scre-ers in a joint or
mv-csle, .bathe it with Sloan's Lini Lini-rrr:eT.t.
rrr:eT.t. Lini-rrr:eT.t. TD'rct Tr.b- it. Sloan? pene penetrates
trates penetrates alm'rst immediately .ri?ht to

the seat of pain, relieving the hot,

tender, swollen .feeling and making
the part easy and comfortable. Get

a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for
cents of any druggist and shave it in
the (house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural

gia, sciatica and like ailments. Your

money Jback if not satisfied, out it

does give almost instant relief.

tues-thurs- fTi-wkly.

HOW'S THIS?

We offer one imindred dollars re

ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh

Cure. I
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O

We, the undersigned, 'have known

F. J. Cheney for the last Vo years,

and 'believe him perfectly honorable

in all (business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obligations-made
by ihis firm.,
' ? National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta'ken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent 'free
Price 75 cents, per ibottle. (Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's 'Family
Pills for "constipation. ad'

Rt, Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

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Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and

A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE

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Child Liable to Be Spoiled.
At Zarantanto, there has just oo
cur red a case which is probably
unique of its kind. A child has been
born while its father, grandfather,
great-grandfather and great-great
grandfather are all living. Its name is
Urriticoechea, and the family are are-Basque
Basque are-Basque farm laborers. The great
grandfather and great-great-grand-fathei
have acted as godfather to th
child. The united family constitute
nearly a whole villa

NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE

g -FALL TERIVI OPENS WEDNESDAYSEPT. 16, 1914

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SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

Dsotice is 'hereby given that the
undersigned, heretofore appointed

receiver in a, certain cause pending
in IMarion county, Florida, circuit
court, in which Oklawaha 'River

Farms Company is complainant, and

D. H. Kirkland, defendant, -will sell

at the Oklawaha River Farms, near
Oklawaha. in Marion county, Flor

ida, on -November
12th, 1914,

beginning at the hour of 10 o'clock

in the forenoon, seven hundred and
eighty-one (781) bushels of corn

now in the possession of said receiv-

er, or so muoa rtneTeor as imay re

main unsold at that time. Informa Information
tion Information in (regard to the sale may be had
by application to J: B. 0dartint re receiver,
ceiver, receiver, Oklawaha, Fla.
11-3 B. (Martin, Receiver.

What Ailed the Senate.
An. old colored man from Virginia

had received at last the position that

fulfilled his ambitions. He held the

job of sweeping the steps on the east

side of the senate end of the capitoL
Finding himself in this prominent

place he set about mastering the leg'
ialative and parliamentary phrases

that are batted about so freely in the
senatorial presence. One day a party
of tourists were disappointed when
they found, upon arriving at the capi capi-tol,
tol, capi-tol, that the senate was not in session.
I wonder what's the matter with the
senators today," said a woman in the
party to old John. "I ain't sartin," he
replied judicially, "but I spec dey
dons took an abscess." Populai
Magazine.

DON'T DELAY TREATING
COUGH

.YOUR

A slight cough often becomes seri

ous, lungs get congested, .bronclal

tubes fill with mucous. Your vitali

ty Is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar Honey. It soothes your

lrntaxeo air passages, loosens mu mucous
cous mucous and. makes your system resist

colds. Give the baby and children

lir. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to help them. Only 25c at

your druggist. tu-thr-fri-wkly
Motive Power in Norway.
The greatest single factor in the
possible industrial development of
Norway lies undoubtedly in its cheap
and abundant hydroelectric power.
The country having practically nc coal
resources, the Norwegian industries
are coming to depend more and more
upon the utilization of waterfalls as
a primary motive power source-

Advertise in the STAR for results.

Sivi-ra! b.iiif, iiiake regular paths to
ard frcra their rescrts. Those 'of the
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers in their region. .Very ; no noticeable
ticeable noticeable are those in the haunts of the
kakapo, the large, rock-d welling, burrow-nesting
owl-like parrot of the
mountains of ;New Zealand. Tey
beat down regular paths along the
spurs and ridges where they 'abound,
so that a person might be excused for
supposing they were meant for human
feet. It is along these avenues that
the birds go to and fro on their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and as they march
they snip off and perhaps eat every
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path is burled In snow they
still follow it on the surface and eoon
beat down a track.

(CUOS1XG OUT
STlATIIIOuN'HRY' at
KREGER'S."

ODD tAiND IE1ND

reduced prices at

Humorous Indexing

Indexers have been responiibls fc?

cjmy errors, but possibly the itr&3
est example of curious indexing occurs

in & law book. Turning over its in

dex; a correspondent of the London

Chronicle noted the entry: Best,lIr.

Justice. His Great Mind' and refer

ence to the caere brought this: MUr.

Justice Best said he had a great mind

to commit the witness for contest

of court'
Liberty.

Liberty is the right to do what the
law allow; and if a citizen couli do
what they forbid it oild b no 1 figer
liberty, because others would bav the

same power. Montesquieu.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

The tax books for the paym eat of

191!4 state and county taxes are now

Be sure and .bring or send a cor

rect description of your -property
rtvhen you come or send for your tax
sbill or to pay your taxes. By so do-

ins- tou srreatly lessen the sossibiliiy

of errors and enable us to give you

more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows

two f 2 7n oer cent, discount for all

NWember payments and one ( 1 )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2m Tax Collector 'Marion Co.

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Nourishment fine fla flavor
vor flavor purity crispnecs
vholesomeness. All
for 5 cents, in the
moisture-proof paciiac.

; A food for every day.
Grisp, delicious and
strengthening. Fresh
baked and fresh de delivered,
livered, delivered, xb cents.

A delightful new bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, with a rich and
delicious cocoanut fla flavor.
vor. flavor. Crisp arid alwaya
fresh, zo cents.

Buy biscuit baked by
National biscuit

company

Always look for that Name

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In Small, r.lcdiura and Largo
Bones Purity Guaranteed
This it the drug; store where you will find
a great assortment of high grade candies,
-chocolates, bonbons, creams evemhinc
you need in candydom. We will make uj
. assortments as you wish. Daintily boxed.
Come here also for your ice cream, todas
and cigars. Do you, housewife, know ths
Talus cf absorbent papsr in the kesie? Try
You can't tell in how many ways until
yoa try them. Here are a few t poliahin j
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
rrcist from fried foods, absorbing tilt
liquids. Don't use your good linen towels
in ths kitchen and pile up big washing
every week. Ui? ScotTissu. Junior,
medium and large sizes. ScetTissut Teilet
Paper is another article you will like.
It is toft, absorbent and snowy white.
Largs rolls, 10c.
ANTI-noriOPOLY :
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Hiss Pau!- ''Jj't lIIow ber to
bury .her past?" i-u&a Pry "Xot un un-dl
dl un-dl tli ey held an mquesi." Judg?.



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER o 1014
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OCALA OCCURRENCES
Ml enthusiasts In football should
be sure to see the game 'between our;
high school froys and the Gainesville
team at the fair grounds tomorrow
afternoon. Our hoys have- been
practicing strenuously and deserve-a
large and appreciative crowd.
The game rwill be called at 3:30.
Let everybody who can find time go
out to see it.
IMr. L. tR. Chazal is home from a
business trip to Charleston. ."'
WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily -by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. 1
If you want music or anything, go
to The Murray Company. ll-6-3t
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pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
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si f you want to write, The IMurray
Company have a beautiful line of
stationery. Ul-6-3t

fFor chapped, cracked skin, use
delightfully soothing Rexall cream
of almonds.' Gerig's.--ad if
It's early to think of Ohristm.ts
.presents, .but remember The (Murray
Company will have a fine lot of holi holiday
day holiday goods. 11-6-3 t
The police committee of the city
council Has appointed QI r. A. X Bri Bri-gance
gance Bri-gance a special officer to serve for
the next -ten days. He went on duty
today. ;
W. K. Lane, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, .Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library 'Building,
Ocala, Fla.
After their ibusiness meeting last
night, the members of the (Moose en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed an excellent supper prepared
i 1
;by one of our local caterers, and
then .put in the balance of the eve
ning in a social session.
Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with cash purchase ot 1 -worth of
other groceries, Saturday and (Mon
day only. Smith Orocery Co. 3t
IMr. John iMoCorkle 'has ibought
3iim another rooster, and now lias a
matutinal choir. (Mr. Mac. is fig figuring
uring figuring on a contract to supply crows
or an alarm clock (factory.
Hot drinks of
Jourt Pharmacy.
all kinds at the
2-6t
air. T. (B. iLanier, the spry ILake
county ipolitician, was in town yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. iMr. (Lanier approves of the
Star's opinion that Lafee county
should join JMarion and Sumter in
.. x 1 i X. t L 1 M
imaKing xne nesi in-couniy tair in
4he state.
'Mr. M. H. Baum, senior member
of the 'big crate manufacturing firm
of Baum (Van Roy, at Crystal
River, is in the city on a short visit
to his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and (Mrs. B..B. Baum, at the Empire.
Mr. Baum has ibeen visiting his old
Jhome, In Detroit, Michigan, for the
past seven months, and Is now on his
way to Crystal IRiver. ;
(Messrs. James B. Johnson and J.
H. (Livingston made a business trip
to Citra and Fort iMcCoy today and
report the orange crop moving in
good shape in the Citra 'section.
Juite a quantity of fall vegetables
are also leaving the northern part of
the county, and very fair prices are
'being realized.
iMr. J. C Swaim Is now painting
the residence of Mrs. Will Spence
on Oklawaha avenue, whidh has had
a thorough overhauling. It lo&ks
like an entirely new ibulldlng since
Contractor CMcCaskill's woTk Is
ting along toward completion.
a KIMBALL'
Csn Pay homage
A.
:o r.lotliar's Friend
If
"I &m net surprised to observe the
number of men who come into the store
to purchase 'Mother's
iV- S r iVien:! remarked
u leatlinff druggist.
It is a happy
d
drug
s
ipplled
the
J3 Virvnn a 1 wnclatf
i sootning- luDricant,
penetrates to the fine network, cf nerves
beneath the skin and has a marked
tendency to relieve the muscular strain
to which these broad. Cat abdominal
muscles are subjected. The cords, ten tendons
dons tendons and lisramer.ts are thus permitted to
stretch without the corresponding surface
strain so often involved durinu the period
of expectation. This in part accounts for
tho entire absence, in many cases reported,
of nausea, mornin-r s'cknes3 and other
distresses, snch a? laceration of the epi epidermis
dermis epidermis so often the care when this gentle
Xorm-of lubrication Is neglected.
"Mother's Friend" has been highly
recommended by a host of women who
know from experience and by men who
know from observation. Write Bradflelc
Regulator Co.. 308 Lamar Bldgr., Atlanta,
Ga., and we will send you a valuable little
book to expectant mothers.

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Fair tonight and tomorrow.
Dr. D. SI. Smith left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Stichmon'd, where he will
attend the meetings of the Southern
Medical 'Association. tA gleat many
of the members are old Jf riends of
the doctor, and he anticipates a
pleasant meeting with t&em.
The attraction at the Temple M on on-day
day on-day night -will !be "A Florida En Enchantment,"
chantment," Enchantment," taken from the novel
written by Archibald Clavexing JGun JGun-ter
ter JGun-ter twenty-five years ago, immed immediately
iately immediately after the opening of the Ponce
de (Leon hotel. CPart of the plot was
iplayed out on one of the Oklawaha
river steamers, and wnen the piot-ure
company was making the films last
Septem'ber it sent its actors to Ocala
and down the river on the City of
Ocala, taking pictures at Silver
Springs and along the river. This
novel of Ounter's was as full of en enchantment
chantment enchantment as any story of the Arab Arabian
ian Arabian Nights, and the pictures are said
to 'be up to the story.
The (Atlantic Coast "Line now has
a full winter force on at the ticket
office. 'Afesisting IMr. Williams are
iMr. Stanley Knight, who is on duty
from '7 a. m. to '3 ip. m.; (Mr. Tom
IMoGahagin, from '3 p. m. to 11 p. m.;
(Mr. Lester Lambert, from 11 p. m.
to 7 a., m. This is quite a force and
shows that the A. C. L.v. is doing a
big passenger ibusiness on this divis division.
ion. division. iMr. Tom IMoGahagin 'has ibeen
at Frultland Park all summer. His
f riends are glad of (his return. Mr.
Lambert is a clever young railroad
man1 from IReddick. ; ;:.
' All prescriptions filled at the
Court Psharmacy -by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and rwith a'bsoluely fresh
drugs. 2-6fc
air. C. B. Strickland left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Columbia, S. C, where
ihp was called on account of the
death of this nephew, iMr. IHu'bert
Strickland. Two wreeks ego Mr.
Strickland's 'brother, (Mr. H. B.
Strickland, also of Columbia, died.
(His Ocala friends sympathize with
ihim in his hour of trouble.
We are selling Stock' tnd Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 2 5cts or 5 Octs packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
The Clabe's shoe -window display
is attracting quite a good deal of at
tention. Amid a splendid line of
new shoes there appears two pairs
of wornout old ones, iwith signs
denying that they, were "said ihythat
estabJ islimerit.
iMr. Sam U. Barcolof fMIami, -for
merly of this, ci
y, winning over his
recent' election, rwlll
opponents In the
fill out the unexi
Tfed trm of County
Judge Redmond B. Cimtier, resign-
,ed, of which two years lyet remainj
Our staunch old friend. Farmer C.
C. Stevens of -Fellowship was in to
see us this morning. Mr. (Stevens
says that in spite of adverse seasons
he has .made a tolera'ble good crop
this year, and there will be no Bel Belgian
gian Belgian famines near Tils house. He
says that the road crew is greatly
improving the 'Blitchton road.
IMr, CM. JH. Baum, senor member of
the tirm of Baum & Van fFtoy Crat.e
Co., of Crystal Hiver, arrived in
Ocala yesterday from (Michigan,
where he has ibeen spending the
summer. He is stopping with Tiis
tbrother, !Mr. B. B. Baum of the 'Em 'Em-ipire
ipire 'Em-ipire ,'Cafe. -We are pleased to state
that (Mr. Baum's health Is much im
proved.
Miami (Herald: Judge 'H. 'F. At
kinson of the lAtkinson, Cramling &
Burdine 'law firm, nas returned from
atwo months tour of the xarious
western and northern state, coming
more recently if rom New York and
Chicago.
AX ACTIVK LITR
3IBAXS IFEALTII
If you 'want good health, : clear
complexion and sfreedom from dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, constipation, biliousness, head
aches and indigestion, take Dr
Kings' iXew Life Pills. They drive
out the fermenting nd undigested
foods, clear the (blood and cure con-

stipation. Only 25 cents at yoariu. v. iiuuebts 303
driiggist. tu-thrfri-wkly. Undertaking Office 4?

The law library building, which is
one of the city's best office (buildings,
is being overhauled. An airshaft is
being put in between it and the Gary
(building on the north side from the
stairway to the rear. This will
make the three offices -which have
formerly sheen on the inside and
rather lundesirable the, most attract attractive
ive attractive in the building, the new shaft
burnishing plenty of air and light.
The north side of the building 'will
vIso be improved -in the same way

during the winter.
ATTENTION, WOODMEN
By request of the family, the un unveiling
veiling unveiling of C III. Beck's monument Is
postponed until Sunday, JSov.. 29th.
(: I C. K. Sage, Clerk.
' Phone one four for drugs or Any Anything
thing Anything in the druggist Jine. We twill
give your orders careful attention
and prompt delivery. Bitting &
Knight, druggists 10-31-tf
IMPORTANT
iBear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only move the (bowels,
tout, improve the appetite a-nd
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. ad
, CITY TAXES
The city tax books have fbeen open
for payment of 1 9 1'4 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they foe closed ec. 1st, after which
a penalty of (10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
- W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office in court ihouse. 11-6-tf
No Chances Tor Him.
A dealer selling cloth in a small
town asked an Irishman whor was
passing if he would buy a suit length,
and added: "You can have it for ten
bob." To which Pat replied: "'Begob,
sir, if tuppence would buy, the makings
of a topcoat for an elephant I couldn't
buy the makings of a pair of leggings
for: a canary this niinute."
' Plan Big Engineering Feat.
In the Chilean Andes there is a la&a
10,000 feet up In the mountains, which
ts... prevented only by a granite wall a
few feet thick from devastating tho
valley below. In order to avert tho
disaster engineers are draining tho
water by a tunnel and expect o supr
ply electrical current and light to all
the valley cities through the vater
power which will be developed.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
SYED---Oct.- 16th slim, terrier
Wp, Mack and very light tan,
smalll. ears, hbrt tail; ansiwers to
the namo of iBob. .(Reward for
infevrrm'mttfm 'lfi.drif &n rwovprv of
one or both.v Qlrs. C. !R.' Tydinss.
Oklaiwaha avenue. 1 1-2-6 1
POR SAIiE Sawed cedar posts all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR ItEINT l ten room house, fur
nished; well located, close In; all
modern conveniences. -Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOR OAfliB aiomemade; jellies) pre
serves, canned fruits, pickles, an 1
catsup. LMrs. P. HI. Gillen.- 4-tf i
WIAINTBD -Ten caipenters at once.
Call at the -primary school build building
ing building ll-J5-3t x
FOR BALD--Ueginning next week, 1
will !be able-to fill orders for the
double white ostrich plume chrys-
. anthemums. IMrs. V. II. Gillen. 4tf.
Bflclveip & '..MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMED
fine Caskets and Durlal Robes
O. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
ill Work Done by Licensed Em
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. 3IcIVER ..( 104

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This is the;

store, including the fixtures,

out within the next ten days,
hand at the : BanKrunt store

House Bldck
Suits, Shoes;

Hosiery Ties, Etc., that can Iiad zt almost
your own price. You'll be sur":ricsrl at lie

iLOW PRICES ON BOYS' S

Remember,
am forced
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Make Vsr on Gorillas.
-The governor of the Camerons hz3
organized an armed expedition against
the gorillas, numerous bands of which
have recently Invaded various parts
of the colony, inflicting serious dam-,
age on the property of planters. In.
two cases the gorillas, armed with
clubs, made an attack on the-bungalows
occupied, by native employes,
and killed one man and wounded five
others! ".
Always Exerting Influence.
We are, all of us, 1 whether young
or old, famous or obscure, people of
Influence. We cannot live a day with
out affecting the world somewhat for
good or 111, t whether, we will or no.
We are all a part of life's forces,
whether we know it or not. Be as
numble as you like, you are still a per person
son person of Influence, if not by your own
choosing, then often by God's decree.
It may be only a smile or a simple
kindness that you have given to a lit little
tle little child,' but it starts agencies you
little dream of; or it may be some
8elflshnes3 or lack of honor, some
weakness in you that sets in motion
a long train of hurtful and sad influ influences
ences influences or circumstances. For all life
Is connected, and whether you wish it
or not your life affects other lives..
Energy In Pound cf Ceil.
Ono pound of coal releases euf2dcnt
energy to raise an average man to
l point fourteen miles high.
XOTICH OP ELECTION
Ocala, Florida, Nov. 5 1914.
Under and 'by virtue of authority
vested dn t.he undersigned, as mayor of
the citv of Ocala, a nvunlcip'al corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and xistlnK under the
laws of the state of Florida, I hereby
nrorlalm and erive notice that a muni
cipal election for the city of Ocala Is
hereby called ajra fwm oe neia jti me
said city of Ocala, Clarion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the
8th Day of December, A. D. 1914
for .the purpose of electing a
mayor of the said city; also one coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also two
council men from th second ward, to-
wit: one to serve as. regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of K. E. Robinson; also
one councilman from third ward; also
two councilmen from fourth ward, to to-(wit:
(wit: to-(wit: one to serve as regular 'council 'councilman
man 'councilman froim said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of J. N. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and 'hereby appoint the
Inspectors 'and clerks as follows:
Ward JN'o. One: O. B. Howse, P. B.
Beck"ham, J. H. Spencer, Inspectors, and
J. Kea, clerk.
Ward. No. Two: C. II. Mathews, Isaac
Stevens. C. M. Livingston. Inspectors,
and II. H. W-hetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: I... Warner, L.
liurst, A. D. Fausett, Inspectors, and J.
E. Bailey, clerk.
Ward ;o. Four: E. W. Kraybill. I. W
Ogle, W II. MoGoTtn, I-nspeotors, and
Y. iStrunk, -clerk.
(Seal) J- X- ROBERTSON,
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: H. C. SISTRl'NK.
City Clerk. 11-6-fri

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For the came current you are now consuming in carloa lamps
hey will give three' times the Ilgrht; v 1 t
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' h' tail bar and Order House. :i can sivo you the test thcro
is, and a3 much as any one else. in 'business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years .in, the business -has taught me; vrhat the public wantr,
and I am supplyins that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS" AND PRICES

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
gallon .
$1.75

Make my place your headquarters while' in the city. You will la
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every tran:. ac action
tion action at "Johnny's Place." 'S
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS cf It in bct-.;
ties and on draft.
MEM To MffiffiES9Sj

OCALA,

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Good Old 80 Proof 'Ryo.
Corn or Gin, in Jus
atrga"on:-"$2;00

Remember ,that we vdll fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
legitimate house.
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