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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA, ELOHIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914
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Toi.Io.CCov.. 7. The .for.ress.3f
Tiling Tuo lias furrenclered to the
Japanese anil Bi fish forces. -vf
The city and forts have been 'in 'invested
vested 'invested ever '.since; the middle of fl?4i fl?4i-tember
tember fl?4i-tember tyia Japanese army Wrps rs rs-snforct
snforct rs-snforct d with seVeral British t.nl
SSikh regiments. -The garrison nurr nurr-bered
bered nurr-bered 700 men.

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FOLLOWERS OF THE PROPHET
WIX IX EVERY FIGHT X
Constantinople, CCov. 7. -It Is offi"
cially announced that the Turks are
engaged with the (Russians .'all along
the front.
Several English and French "mer "merchant
chant "merchant ships haye ibeen seized In the
harbor of Smyrna: : X
Turkish .soldiers searched the'R a s s-sian
sian s-sian and English consulates In 'Bag 'Bagdad
dad 'Bagdad and found great quantities of
hidden irms.
This city is quiet The people are
confident Turkey will win.

IS THE MOfiT ARDEXT DESIRE OF
MEXICAX -AGITATORS
E1 Paso, iXov. 7. (Private dis dispatches
patches dispatches from Mexlco City state that
a powerful faction is at work stirring
up an anti-American feeling. The
leaders of the hostile party are cir circulating
culating circulating reports that 'federal soldiers
under 'General (Aguilar are preparing
to attack the United States troops at
Vera Cruz.
CARRAXZA aiUST GET OUT OR
FIGHT:
-Aguas Calientes, (Xov. 7. General
Eulalio Guiterrez, who took the oath
of office as 'provisional .president yes

terday afternoon, -will assume the of

fice at noon Tuesday next. The oath

-was administered "by General Ysobel

Robles, acting president of the peaie

convention. Should General Carrau Carrau-za
za Carrau-za refuse to resign the convention
declares tAguas Calientes the provis provisional
ional provisional capital and the government will
ibe set up there. Troops will be sent
to take 0! exlco. City.

T eOAGGIHG

IS OPTDI ISTTC IX THE WEST BUT,
CLAM-LIKE IX THE EAST
Berlin, Nov; 7. The German war
office reonains silent upon the opera operations
tions operations of German troops against the
Russian; in the eastern theater of
war, but claims successes at several
points in Belgium and France.

MEX'S CLASS OF
RELIGIOUS IXVESTIGATIOX

Meetings at the lEast Broadway.

church every Sunday at flO a. m. In

teresting
questions.

discussions of religious
Occasional social meet-

. ings wth prepared program. 'Mem 'Membership
bership 'Membership open to anyone desiring to
pursue this kind of iwork.

Sevnteen pounds of sugar for $1

with cash 'purchase of ?1 worth of
other groceries, 'Saturday and Mon

day only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t

AUSTRIA HAS

A ttOVER

ARMIES IX POLAXD AXD GALICLl
ADVAXCE WITHOUT IXTER IXTER-1
1 IXTER-1 RUPTIOX
Vienna, S'ov. 7.- 'The movements
of our tToops are proceeding in Rus

sian Poland and Galicia as intended,

without a:cy interruption," says an
official statement here today.

KNEW HE WAS THERE

Ocala has her share of :bright lit little
tle little maidens vand they get off some
good ones some times. One little
lady, not very long ago, said:
"Daddy, do you know God is every everywhere?
where? everywhere? 'I can't see him, but "he is
there, thojgh," and she ibegan to
squint with one eye, as though -look-ing-a
long way for something, and
iblurted out, ''But I can see my
nose."

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San Francisco, Nov. 7. 5A report
that an engagement 'between BritIsli,
German and Japanese waTshlp is In
progress off the "western coast of
South America, was received -here
las-t night from the South American
correspondent of a iiromlnent British
shipping agency.
IT IS RATHER DIFFICUIT TO BE BE-IilEVE
IilEVE BE-IilEVE THIS
Iondon, iXov. 7. -hA. Tokio dispatch
states that the German cruisers
Scharnhorsf ancj Gnelsenau were cap captured
tured captured in the Paciflo while coaling.
These were two uaits of the squad squadron
ron squadron which sunk the British cruisers
Monmouth and (Joodhope off the
Chilean coast. ; V

SEA OPEK TO
1UTRAL SHIPS

XO IlESTRICTIOX OX AMERICAN

C0301ERCEtVlTH xorway:';v:
Copenhagen, .ov. fl In reply to
queries from the Danish government,'
the British admiralty transmitted the
following relative to (DanisTi shipping
in the 'Xorth Sea:
Scandinavian and American liners,
as well as Danish steamers, running
to Faroe 4 Island will 'be permitted to
follow their usual routes. , The so so-called
called so-called closing of the X'orth Sea for
war purposes does not mean there
will be any h. a rsh restrictions upon
neutral shipping. -

FOREST FIRES

DESTROYIXG GREAT TRACTS OF
VALUABLE TIMBER IX TR TR-GIXIA
GIXIA TR-GIXIA AXI) TEXXESSEE
OLouisville, -Xov. 7. Forest firi.s
are raging in the Cumberland and
plack mountains along the Kentucky
and Virginia boundary line. (Much
valuable., timber has been destroyed.

MRS. XAXCY FERGUSOX

Grief will be general everywhere
in miles of the home in iXorthwest
iMarion, where this good la'dy has
lived so long, at the death of IMrs.
fXancy Ferguson, at 11 o'clock this
morning.
iMrs. Ferguson, was S3 years old
and the widow of the 'pioneer citizen,
(Mr. Xeal Ferguson, who preceded her
to the better land many years ago.
She was a lifelong member of the
iMethodist church.
The funeral will take place tomor tomor-irow
irow tomor-irow morning at the family burying
ground near Oldtown.

STEM

REPORT
QF SUCCESS

COMES IX UXRROKEX SEQUEXCE
FROM THE CZuR'S CAPITAL
PetrogJad, Xov. 7. 'It is announc-
ed by the general staff that all along
the line he enemy Is in retreat and
that the "Ttussians are following up
their successes. Everywhere the re resistance
sistance resistance of :he Germans and Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians has (been broken down.
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The e ibjiect of better marketing
facilities aw Oiandled !by IMr. C. E.
Ba&sett, imperialist in cooperation and

org aniz a 1 1 o n a t Fel low fe h ip was of

so much importance that we 'have
'been asked to give same in lull.

Mr. Basseit said that the very
same tb o u gh ts a s those : em.be d i ed In
the vegetable marketirig burerau are
Ibe'ing woiiked out in Washington
and that very;body is Interested and
anxious to help. That all over the
land the people are feeling that the
farmer in not getting; ; along. That
the 'bankers at a convention not long
ago were trying to finct a remedy and
they advocated that the farmers

pplant-nfone acres. JMiuiBassett ques

tioned the logic of this iho-.v ever and
could not see the sense of raising
twice as niuch wben there was no
tmarket for that now (being raiscyl.
He said: 'U was a farmer until I
went to work for Uncle Saca, :but will
not tell you in what stat as yoiir
state superintendent gave ray native
state such a rap this morning, but
will say that I wanted to know h6w
to sell my fi rst crop 'before I ; raised
the second."
We must nave relief for the far farmer.
mer. farmer. lHave you raised too tmuch of
anjthlng? Have the apple and peach
growers of the north raised too
many or the vegetable growers of
the south .raised too many vegeta vegetables?
bles? vegetables? There are no low priced veg vegetables
etables vegetables and the poor consumer is
kicking worse than the producer. Xo
one made anything because there are
too many in the. deal. y One man sug suggested
gested suggested that we should 'banish the
suffragette and the middleman, but
I do not say that for my wife is a
suffragette.
One great trouble is that some of
you keep to much help. Turn off
some of the help and get out and get
to work yourself, and you will find
that it will pay ibetter.
You 'talk about marketing. You
haven't done anything for marketing
in turning goods from producer to
consumer and you have not .been do doing
ing doing any of that. Too many .hai'e
come between you and the consumer.
The freight has come in for a large
share of your profits. You are not
charged according to weight, but as

Paris, Nov. W'hlle the Ger Germans
mans Germans in the northern sphere of hos hostilities
tilities hostilities are making violent attacks
near Ypresj and north of Arras, the
allies aTe -massing heavy forces along
the coast of the (Xorth Sea, east of
Xieuport iind tMiddlekerke, for a vig vigorous
orous vigorous offensive (movement in that re re-glon.
glon. re-glon. It is evident that the British,
French and Belgian forces In the re region
gion region betw een the flooded district und
the fsorth Sea are going to drive in
the 'direction of Ostend. It Is likely
the Freaich and British hope- to
launch an attack against Antwerp In
the near future.

HAMMERING THE ALLIED LIXES

HEAVILY
Paris, (Xov. 7. The Germans are
still onfiklng -violent attacks in the
northern sphere of action. Two vig vigorous
orous vigorous attacks are officially reported
this afternoon, one at Labassee and
the other southeast of Ypres. Both
were repulsed. A comparative, calm

.prevails .in the fighting on the left
wing. 5
SOME MINOR SUCCESSES
! Patis, iXov. '7. -It Is officially re re-porte1.!
porte1.! re-porte1.! that in the recent fighting
near iVancy a single German ibal.tallon
left 300 dead on tbe "battlefielci. Twp
complete German detachments were
lost In the fog near Lens and sur surrendered.
rendered. surrendered. 1

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. JjIa ri:ov35xNix perhli : :

London, iXov. 7. The'
IHungarian consul general

AuEtro-

Turkish representative at Tibriz,
Persia, have fheen taken prkbnors by

Russians and transferred to Tlf Us,
I fi-ccordinsr to a d I snatch from LVrnstcr-.

dam.

BLITCH

RETIRES
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- L was closed late yesterday
afternoon whereby IMr. C. M, 'Blitch.

Grocery Company, one ; at Ojala'a
leading .wholesale establishments toi
Mr. C. C" Cox, who Is already ilarsc ilarsc-ly
ly ilarsc-ly interested in the company.
The change in ownership of t lie lie-concern
concern lie-concern will make no change's in tho
fiitiirp nnprnlnns net t It a ip'nn1n'r

three patrners, Messrs. Ccx, Kirk Kirk-land
land Kirk-land and Pacetti, will continue to
take-the same active Interest In the
business as heretofore.
, JMr. Blitch has- not yet decided ju-t
vhat line of lousiness 4ie ntflll embark
in, nut he Is too active .rind wide wideawake
awake wideawake to long remain 'a vr;iy form the
activities- of 'business life1

COUXCILDID XOTiiMEET

to how much the shipment will stand
for. ; But U will not -help matters'
to make faces and howl. Tiat will
not reduce freignt rates.
(How did the" California Frutt
Growers (Exchange make It possible
to market Its -fruit at six ar d four four-tenths
tenths four-tenths cents on -the dollar; when it
costs the individual shipper iere 63
cents on the dol Jar to market stuff?
It was because, of the fact that they
were organized, and working under
a "cooperative plan.
. We were Interested In getting oar
money out of our crops up in Mich Michigan
igan Michigan (there I have told my state, but
never mind, we can raise good, ap apples
ples apples even If Brother Sheats doss
think that we can't raise goo 1 teach teachers)
ers) teachers) but .how did we do it. The
proposition was how to get our stuff

to the consumer and we found thati

we had no power., I went to tell the f er home at Zuber, after thne yeara
railroad officials and they treated mef suffering, from paralysis. 3fc 3fc-fine,
fine, 3fc-fine, to cigars, wine and a good dia-j iver & LMaoKay prepared th3 remains

ner of imany courses, but that was for shipment to Howell, Ga;,s today.

the end of" it.

The special meeting of.. the council

which was to' have 'been ;3eld this Aft

ernoon, did not mateializi;, ar a
quorum could not be rc-iied. The
meeting was called for :the purpose
of acting upon the resignation of Mr.
E. E. 'Robinson, and the failure to
meet may make a -special election to
elect his successor necessary. v

MRS. RAIXFf

(Mr3. J. C. tRalne died last nisht at

il went back nome and we organiz organized,
ed, organized, and I went back not as an In Individual
dividual Individual 'but as a representative of
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PRETTY WTXBOW DISPUtY

See the pretty window display, of
French Toilet ware at A. iB. Burnett,
the jeweler.' 11-7-tf-dly

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Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or'Overcoats made by us
to your individual measure cost you only $15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. 0ur workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to S20
more. I have been making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as good clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.

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THE OCALA EVEXTXQ SI Alt. SATURDAY, 'OVEMJiEIl 7, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY tAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

IUTTIXGEH & CAREOLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Xirt W Lcaverigood, Business Manager
' J. H. Benjamin,-Editor

siamj vhere th ;y can hate any. great
effect on the war is not likely. It is
also pobabIe ihat they vrill-iave the

best

of-

naval ; engager: enis in the

Black S?a, but it isn't likely that
sheldrg Russiz n towns v,ili have any
real effect cn the ccnfii;?t.

FIXE Ai VICE TO FARMERS

(Continued from First Page)

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofJlie as second class matter.

PIICXE 51

SUBSCRIPTION- RATES

(Domestic)
Ono year, in advance. ..... $5.00
Six months, In advance. ... 2.50
Three month3, in advance. 1.25
One month, In advance. . ... .50

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

Comrade Charles F. Schneider, so socialist
cialist socialist candidate for railroad com commissioner,
missioner, commissioner, received eight votes in
Iuval county, which proves again
th-at a prophet has considerable
honor in a far country.

It .looks like Messrs. D. W.
Tompkins and E. C. Bennett will
bave a race for alderman in the fim
ward. Both are good men and pop popular,
ular, popular, and It would not be wise to
prophesy the success of either.

(Mr. 'J I. (A. Fausett. -will probably
Ie a candidate to succeed himself as
alderman from the third ward. Mr.
Fausett makes a first-rate alderman,
and there is a particular- appro appropriateness
priateness appropriateness in his having & seat In the
council, His election should be
unanimous.

The socialists polled 50,000 votes
in Texas, .and elected one or -their
most prominent men, (Meyer London,
from the twelfth congressional dis district
trict district of Xew York lAt the rate they
aro gaining, it is reasonably sure
that the socialists will control the
-country by 19 99. '.

off the coast looking for .Germans,
but in hat tremendous scope of wa water,
ter, water, it will be a marvel if the two
fleets sight each other.

AXOTIIER LI S.SOX IX
V TEADIXCJ AT HOME"

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The United States government has
pronounced Fried mann's turber turber-culosls
culosls turber-culosls cure a fake. Perhaps, now,
the people Who said 'American phy physicians
sicians physicians were narrow-minded because
they did not fall over each other to
adopt this specimen of quacken. will
change their opinion.

In making appropriatiDns to aid
the fair, the canning club and corn
club work, the hoard of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners acted ''.wisely and .patriot .patriotically.
ically. .patriotically. (All these thing3 are making
for improvement an Improvement
that will increase in volume and
value as the work goes on. The .ap .appropriations
propriations .appropriations were small, but the
best the commissioners could do.
Their 'public spirit is to he the more
commended as (there is a possibility
that by taking a nayrowminded 'view
of the law a discontented minority
might make them personally respon responsible
sible responsible for the expense. Such an at attempt,
tempt, attempt, however, would greatly dis displease
please displease the public-spirited people of
the county. The commissioners were
correct in refusing to make an ap appropriation
propriation appropriation for the rest room. This
is Ocala's affair, and the, city should
attend to it.

An object lesion vas seen
Ocala yesterday, on tLe "Trade

Home campaign that the Star 'ha 3
j.lways waged, for our merchants. A
ertaia Ocala merchant is agent fcr
:entn.l Florid i of a well ."known
make of sewing cnachin- and has ad advertised
vertised advertised then:, extensively. Seeing
one of these machines on an express
"vagon yesteriay, he climbed on to
lake a look, very naturally, when he
had charge of this territory. 'He saw
the machine was addressed to an
Ocala person and was from Cohen
Brothers in Jacksonville. It was
shipped C. O. T. $45 express charges
:2.50 and return charges on the
money, we will say,. '50 cents, mak making
ing making $4 8. ('It is possible that the re return
turn return charge item was only 25 cents,
'but there is no guess work on the
other figures). iNow this merchant
sells this Identical machine, de delivered
livered delivered to any home in the city, for
$37 cash, or a little more on easy
payments, a difference "in favor of
the merchant of' $ 11 ? or almost 25
per cent. ; :
If you will always trade at home,
you -will come out in the 'long run
ahead of the game', 'besides helping
your neighbors to come out also.

EXPRESS COMPANY ?
V DOIXG ITS PART

Postmaster Rogers has not fbeen
In the city as long as seme of the
rest of us, but in the interest he
takes in the improvement of Ocala -an
interest he often backs up out of
Ills own pocket he is excelled by
very few. If the Star could 'it would
move a thousand such citizens as
"Colonel" Bob" 'into the city this
month.

California refused to kill her wine
industry, and voted against state statewide
wide statewide prohibition by a big majority'.
Four-fifths of California is dry by
local option, and with Warlord Will-

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'.ere the grapes of wra'th are stor stored
ed stored in Europe, tiie people of the Gol Golden
den Golden Gate state are excusable in
thinking they are now specially call called
ed called on to look after the stomach's
sake of most of the world.

v In the fourth ward, (Messrs. G. A.
Carmichael and F. G. B. Weihe are
candidates for the aldermanic hon

ors. (Mr. Carmichael has -been alder

man for many years, and can retain
Jils seat as long as he wants it. iMr.
Weihe Is a candidate lo fill Mr.

Tblax unexpired term. The genial
Fired bas ,had much experience in

cfty affairs, and 'his neighbors can't

find a man who will look after their

Interests any more carefully.

The Star understands that (Mayor

Tlobertson will 'be a candidate for re

election to the office he has already
held for five years, and that he will

feave no opposition. The mayor has
a phalanx of staunch friends Who

stand toy him thru thick and thin,
and as long as he wants the office it
-will take a political revolution to

faitp it nwav from him. IMr. (Robert

son does 'his duty as he sees it, and"

siille many differ from him in some

tilings, there is no doubt of either

Iiis -honesty or his public spirit.

That naval battle off the coast b

Chili was another .rude jolt to -British,
naval supremacy. The Germans
showed fine strategy in assembling a

squadron of uptodate ships from al
over the Pacific just at the Tigh

point to strike and overwhelm the
Inferior force of the British. It is
brance that a little

WUXIUJ v.
over a -century ago, an American

.1 Anne 1st ins of the Essex

and Essex, Jr., under command o

Commodore Porter, was attacked and

rw a rrpatlv surerior Brit-

t tri.tr j ttu o-
rv!s force in the same locality tha

re Germans won their victory 'Suu-

rr-v. elapse of the Germans

Sias thrown a scare into the Canad

as n foar that the victorious

JtUdf T
-y cmnHmn will steam north

Viciiuau vv.-
rard and lay their Pacific coas

cities under contribution. A large
force of Japanese vessels is reported

There is a whole lot of everyday
public spirit that is evinced sb
quietly and regularly that it is tak taken
en taken as a matter of course, even if it
isn?t entirely forgotten. For in instance,
stance, instance, .few people in. the city re remember
member remember that two Ocala banks took
all the waterworks 'bonds issued two
years ago, and we suppose that even

a smaller proportion knows that iMa-

rion county's commissioners never

have to. go away from home for a

dollarthey need in advance. In this,

and in other things, there is as

much of the spirit of public service

n Ocala as anywhere in the coun coun-:ry,
:ry, coun-:ry, and its the Star's .opinion that

it receives less notice.

'Dr. R. T. Weaver, chairman of the
finance committee of the Florida
'Vegetable (Marketing Bureau, re received
ceived received this week an express money
order for ?50 to apply on the ex expenses
penses expenses of the organization. This, is
the express company's second $50
that it ihas paid into the organiza organization
tion organization that is destined to do such
-great .work -for the vegetable grow growers
ers growers of -the state in the systematic
marketing of their produce.
The individual memberships are
coming in nicely and considerably
more than 200 have been paid in
and written up.

HIS FIXE 1TALIAX IIAXI

A number of his friends are very

desirous that -Mr. 'H. "B. Clarkson,

president of (the (Marion Hardware

Co., shall help to represent the sec

ond ward in the city council next
year. iMr. Clarkpon is one of Ocala's

-best citizens and most competent

business men. He is thoroughly

posted on all the affairs that are

likely to come before the council, and

there Is no doubt that he will in ev-

erything decide on what he believes

is best for the city. His friends will

do Ocala a service if they induce hTm

to run, and bis election would be a

foregone conclusion.

iMany of John Taylor's friends are

trying to induce him to run again

for alderman in the second ward. Mr.

Taylor has so far turned down all

such requests, as he does not feel

that he can spare the time from his

business and his-borne life to attend

to city affairs. Mr. Taylor did splen

did work for the town In the years

he was on the council, and his public
spirit and good business sense are

more appreciated by his fellow citi

zens now than they were a year ago.
It will be a good thing for the entire

town if he is returned to his former

place in the city government.

Mr. Chas. iw. Hunter will be a

candidate to succeed himself as al-

derman from the second ward. Mr.
(Hunter is a very competent man and

has some first-class ideas in regard

to city government. Some of his

acts while on the council bave awak

ened considerable opposition, and
then again he bas done much good
work. It is only fair to say that the

good work he has done has shown up
less In the (limelight, than those
measures that have met opposition,

(but it is good work, all the same, and

will add to the city's permanent

prosperity. .He has also learned sev

eral things In the last year, and if

he remains on the council the city

will undoubtedly profit by the wider

scope of bis knowledge.

It is too early to figure on Tur

key's Influence in the war. The land

fighting reported so far is only out outpost
post outpost affairs, and all the accounts of
naval engagements are colored to

suit the wishes of those who send

them in. The Turks should be able
to put up a good fight in Asia. They

may even be able to drive the Rus Russians
sians Russians back to the Caucasus, but that

they will be able to win their way
thru the tremendous gorges of that

mountain range and get at the Has

an crgf.nizr.ticn. Ye wanted a tmin
to stirt every night from our: town
carrying our produce, and wet got it,
and they t'Uilt us one hundred cars
for which we did not; even ask.
I .;ell you the individual farmer is
hopeless. a;id the department of mar markets
kets markets cannot deal; with the individual
farmer, but if you will get together
we ea;a bolp you considerable. The
great difficulty is there is no stand standard.
ard. standard. To Illustrate. There were four
brothers ia tle apple business in Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, -and i&ey sent out some beauti

ful applet of a certain variety to
som. of their customers, tout .they
didn't zeum to take .well. "One eel
thern went to sea the customers anil
askt'd them why 4. hey had not cared
for those beautiful apples, and
was : informed that they were not
ab I e to gJt en ough of t h a t k ind to
sup pi j' the demand, and were corr corr-pellisd
pellisd corr-pellisd to handle an established 1)cran:l
of Chichi they could get a constat.:
suppuy. fn other words there mutil
be an establish el br.:md with a rep reputation
utation reputation and a constant supply.

.The trouble i that you ;f anmetjj
are making this proposition an oc occupation
cupation occupation and in, the west and" north
they are making it a business. M
this, organization is effected. you will
know what the market, requires and
be able to produce that, dt will b3

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Almost every day somewhere in
the press of (Florida or the "southern
states there appears a big '"'boost or a
piece of advertising matter for
Ocala or Clarion county, without
costing a cent and in many cashes
space that money could not buy,-that
has been secured by "that man
Rooney," secretary of the !Marion
County Board of Trade, "The Big
Xoise of Florida,'! as the bobgoblins
of Hallowe'en night called him.
'.Many of these articles are taken up,
copied and re-copied by the press of

the country till the aggregate of the

circulation of one of the different

papers is hundreds of "thousands of

copies. '.

The latest and one of the best

that we have seen of these "'.'Rooney

publicity stunts" is the publication

in 'Washington Society," a celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated weekly magazine of Washington,

with a wide circulation, in- Its issue

of Oct. 31, of a two-page illustrated

write-up of Silver Springs and the

Oklawaha trip from fOcala to 'Palat-

ka.

The article is in the center open

ing of the magazine, by far the

'piece de resistance" of the issue. It

contains the gist of the best things

that bave been said of the far-famed

springs,, the boat trip and bow to

take it, and has four 'large Illustra

tions from some of the recent pic

tures taken out there. One of the
illustrations Is a panorama of the
springs, theJboats and boat bouses;

another is one of the rare and. bere bere-tofore
tofore bere-tofore unheard of photographs of
the r bottom of the -Bridal Chamber,

taken looking down through 80 feet

of crystal water; a third is the 'love

ly view of the conjunction of the
Silver iSprings run or Silver river and

the Oklawaha rivers, and the fourth

and last Is a large photograph made

from the artist's drawings of the
handsome new yacht of the Silver
Springs Transportation Company's

Daylight Route, the "Silver Springs,"

which is now practically ready to be

launched.

LMr. Lhi. iKODinson, in conse consequence
quence consequence of his removal to Jackson

ville, has resigned his office as alder alderman
man alderman from the second ward. IMr.
(Robinson was in office ten months,

during which time be did a great

deal of faithful and intelligent work

for the city. Some of the measures
he favored met with opposition, but

there is no disputing the fact that he

did his best and what he believed
would be for the good cf the town.
Ocala loses him with regret, and

should the time ever come that he

desires to return to us, he will re
ceive a warm welcome.

hats the 'latter part of the summer.
asked him what in the .world he "was
taking orders 'for straw hats in the
fall for, and he informed me that" he
had. a line of new styles out,, seeing
just which ones would take the' best,
and would then go back to the fac factory
tory factory and. have the bats manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured to fill these orders for the com coming
ing coming season. So with you farmers,
when you become properly organiz organized
ed organized you will send some one out to
find out what the market wants and
then proceed to raise It; You will
also bave stuff graded into unifor uniformity,
mity, uniformity, and Instead of shipping by ex express,
press, express, will ship in refrigerator cars'.
There are not many, over produc productions
tions productions in any one line. There are not
too" many apples, peaches or oranges
until everyone has all they need.
In my travels I had the pleasure
of dropping into the office of Howard
(Powell, who controls the California
Fruit Growers Exchange I asked
him for some facts, and be turned to
What he called bis Tickler System,
by which he said, he was enabled to
keep exact track of the shipments
and could tell just where all cars
were going, where they were needed,

etc. iHoward Foweii is a siouo a

year man, and is well informed on

everything referring to bis line of

business.

The fact is that to properly: market

your stuff you will bave to bave some
inside information. Like the little

boy who bad eaten too many green

apples and complained to his mother,

who was Christian Scientist, that his

stomach hurt. His mother insisted

that he was mistaken, but the little

fellow insisted that it really did

hurt, saying, "Mama, I have Inside

Information that it hurts." Sowith

you farmers, if you expect to proper

ly market your stuff you will bave to

have inside information.

If you want to make this land at

tractive you must do so by showing

that people get money for what they

raise. 3f you can't get anon ev for

what you raise there Is no juse 'to

raise it, and there is no use leaving

off raising one thing and raising

something else, ami ess you canjniar-

ket that. r

The trouble Is that you farmers

have been letting the railroads and

commission men skin you. That re

minds one of an instance I will take

time to relate.

On the farm d bad a young fellow

working lor me by the, name of

iRastmus, and be was just learning to

talk (English and bad a great deal of

trouble with some of bis words.

At the same time we bad a servant

girl who was really a very (oeautfu

girl with a splendid complexion and

good form. IRastmus became very

much interested in (Mary and every

thing went very well for a time unti

IRastmus got bis English mixed. One

day be came to me fvery mucb trou

bled and said the bad got wrong with

Iary. I inquired what be bad done
and he explained that be had told
Mary that she bad a very pretty bide.
I explained to him that he bad in indeed
deed indeed made a very great blunder and
that hereafter be must always say
skin. jRastmus was a greajt hand to
sing and my little daughter tried to
teach him to sing English. Imagine
my surprise when I heard bim sing singing
ing singing one day, "Skin me oh, my Say Say-ion,
ion, Say-ion, skin me," instead of "Hide me
oh, my Savior, hide me." So lyou
people have been saying skin me oh,
skin me, by standing out against co cooperation.
operation. cooperation. Why don't you all teach your own
children? Because you think coop cooperation
eration cooperation is all right for schools for
your children. Your churches are a
form of cooperation. Why don't you

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are like myself no doubt; you' feel
like you would .prefer that some one
a little nearer the source of power
would do the preaching a little bet better.
ter. better. I could not -preach to my own
family unless T locked the doors to
keep them in.
Do you care more for your peanuts
and pumpkins than for your child child-Ten
Ten child-Ten ? If you believe in cooperation
in things that (pertain to your fam family's
ily's family's interests you can trust your
vegetables to a cooperative plant?
You haven't time, to market your
stuff. Will you turn it over to some
one whose business it was to market
it, thus saving the time of the far farmer,
mer, farmer, and putting the stuff into the

do your own preaching? iMost of 'you j best possible market. Not only the

men are interested In this but the
women are interested equally with
the men, and some of them more.
JMy wife, has a3 much'to say as I
have-and last year marketed $C300
worth of stuff while I was up at
Washington making les3 money.
Florida has the great advantage of
being near to market and having
both Tail Vand water transportation.
Get together, go before the office
of markets in a body :and you will
be heard ,f or it is our policj' to -help
through just such organizations as
the Florida Vegetable Marketing
Bureau.

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the sekvice of vouth

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Ladies

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Chicago biennial," asked
her frianl, 'Mrs. Stan-

v ::o ha2 atten jed nine cf the

f-velve ccn fciuions held by the Gen General
eral General .Fe deration of Women's Clubs.
After a moment's rejection the

i an?.ver came: "In looking back over

those lusy June days nothing moved
and encouraged me -more than the

call of yoth to service In our ranks
.jmaie up mostly of mature and eld eld-jerly
jerly eld-jerly women, and the answer 'youth
gave to the summons."

Since this'same thought has come
from many quarters it may (be well,
as we start to -work this autumn, to
review 'briefly the last evenings of
the convention.
First, two successful women of
middle life spoke en -what youth can
'briTiT t r iilin f a Iom nn im rv- rr ant

Both these speakers emphasized the

and age to sympathize keenly with

and in their

their line of thought

manner of delivery.
There was no ranting but there
was no painful timidity. They stood
forth, well-poised, clear eyed Ameri American
can American girls, giving their message mod modestly,
estly, modestly, and yet so freely, that those
who ;had loved the federation from
the beginning felt uplifted at the
thought of the fair recruits that

stood ready to te mustered into ser

vice.

TWO METHODS OF BEGGING

Plausible and Polite Mendicant No
Doubt No More Deserving Than
His Opposite.

youth; that If we 'would tout summon
from he past the spirit of our
youth, and 'listen v. to its voice, we
might "bring full understanding to
the problems, the deslr the ambi ambitions
tions ambitions of our daughters. '
They developed the thought that
individual responsibility is easily
awakened in the young -woman of to-

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da3', that underneath the surface,
underneath the seeming abandon abandonment
ment abandonment to 'pleasure there is a genuine
devotion to duty -when that duty is
made clear ;that youth would gladly
lay upon the altar of the federation
its energy, its optimism and its en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm if only they were sum summoned
moned summoned in the Tight fashion, and that
these gifts were among the growing
riee ls of our organization.
After this came six young women,
radiating health, strength, grace,
beauty, from North Carolina, Minne Minnesota,
sota, Minnesota, Louisiana, California, Illinois
an d Washington, (District of Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia. "Each of these was asked to tell
what in her opinion was the great greatest
est greatest service the club could render
the young womanhood of -America,
tft.is amazing and most encouraging
that these girls selected as their

main themes the following topics:
Scientific preparation for home home-making,
making, home-making, with'emphasis upon the fact
that the daughter's duty in the home
shouldUincrease as the mother takes
upon -herself responsibilities outside
the home.'
The removal of the stigma that

we nave unreasonably attacnea to
domestic service, thus clearing away
one of the most difficult problems in
our home life.
(Making the borne the greatest
force for the improvement and de development
velopment development of the immigrant to our
shores, fixing ideals of home-making
and citizen-training.
iMking it possible for young wo women
men women to enter wisely into all forms of
organized chairty, sociology and phil philanthropy,
anthropy, philanthropy, thus giving them a .place
in community life and oipportunity
to satisfy tbe restless spirit of youth
that demands a speedy solution of
-

prooiems, granting tnem also a

share in the adventurous develou develou-ment
ment develou-ment of our age.
The making of the school social
centers at iwhich the 'people, .(both

men ana women, may nave an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to talk over matters of

public interest, to, discuss before

balloting, to reason -before acting.
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To enable the youg women to be

as democratic as the spirit of our re

public demands, to make them real

ize that in the democracy of true cul culture,
ture, culture, as well as in the sympathetic

relations of life,
"That the Colonel's lady
Lnd Judy O'Grady
Are sisters Tinder the skin."

To insure economic independence
for women, as that alone will fit
them for their places as intelligent

wives, mothers and fhome-makers.

ine climax or itne evening came

when the youngest of the group,
opening an antique casket while her
sisters clustered about 'her, found
therein, as the magic key which

shall unlock all difficulties present

ed, a crystal in 'whose heart glowed

the -word "service."

It was interesting to note .the
type of girls present. There was the

graduate of the small woman's col

lege, the honor alumna of a great

state university, a bride-soon-to-be

who combined the culture of the Old

South with the latest thought of the
iMiddle-West, another -who had de devoted
voted devoted her energy to music, another
who had studied as 'her major theme

art and literature, another fresh

from prepartatory school all these

varying as they did in 'birth, tradi

f ions, Inheritance, were unHed in

A movement was discussed in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago of forming a Daughter's Fede Federation,
ration, Federation, thus making a separate tho

tallied organization, but this is ex

actly what we do not want. Our
state and general federations need
youth, and youth needs us, for down
beneath the -whole matter lies the
necessity of mother and daughter
working together in one common
cause.
Some years ago a mother in rather
a melancholy mood wrote a friend:
'I am a bit sad today, for I see that

my little daughter is standing, and

not with reluctant feet, w

tbrook and river meet." V
The friend wrote back: "Be of
good cheer, my dear, for every step
your child takes after she has cross crossed
ed crossed the ibrook -will be toward you and
not away from you."
il f -we welcome the daughters of
our community to work iwith us it Is
true that every step they take will
be toward us and not away from js.
This means more community lnter lnter-est,
est, lnter-est, more solidarity in the home, and
certainly nothing is more to be de desired
sired desired in Americathan this.
!May I not ask each club president
and each, club member who reada
this article to resolve to make a
place for youth in her club work
dirring the coming winter? How
shall this be done? First, if pos possible,
sible, possible, 'fill some of your vacancies
with he right kind of young women.
Some time during the year let them
make an" entire program for after afternoon
noon afternoon or evening. iNo part of the
club calendar will be more interest

ing, both to men and 'women, than j

the (Daughter's Day. Let them show
you just -what they have to offer.
II am wondering if It would be .pos .possible
sible .possible at the next biennial to give
over a session into the hands ol
these young soldiers, to plan a cam campaign
paign campaign that may be a revelation to
those of ns who have long been in
service?

Like those of the "Heathen' Chi Chinee,"
nee," Chinee," the ways of the seeker after,
alms are peculiar. A correspondent
writes to the London Chronicle:
"Walking down Fleet street the other
day, I was accosted in the most casual
manner by an individual who at a
glance could be summed up' as one of
life's failures. With refined accent
and in the most perfect English he
apologized while keeping pace with
me- for intruding his company upon
me uninvited. He would not beat
about the bush. Through a conglom conglomeration
eration conglomeration of adverse circumstances (the
phraseology is his own) he was desti destitute.
tute. destitute. For the moment he could not
dig owing to his inability to find
an allotment wherein to delve; to beg
he was most heartily ashamed, but
did It as a 'dernier ressort.' Could I
spare a shillingnot as a loan, but
as a gift, and help a lame dog over a

here the!fit?5?

I could and I did, against my bet

ter judgment. He accepted the gift in
the spirit in which he had asked for
it Tm not going to thank you.' he
said; 'you know I would do the same
for you were our positions reversed.
Will you shake hands?- Further
down L came across his antithesis.
Sidling up, with that crab-like slither
which stamps the professional mendi mendicant,
cant, mendicant, he accosted me thus. Yer, don't
'appen 'ter 'ave a bit of bread on
yer, guv'nor, do yer?' I did not and
the curses of the disappointed one
followed me till I was out of earshot!
And I shouldn't care to have to decide
which of the two was the more de deserving."
serving." deserving." ' : :;:

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Empress Josephine One of the Most
Remarkable Personages of His Historical
torical Historical Record.

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While the Empress Josephine had
one million francs a year for her pri private
vate private purse, it is a1 well-known fact
that she was always in debt, and

! while this led to stormy scenes with

Napoleon, and beyond doubt she had
an extravagant wardrobe, it must not
be supposed that she spent this sum
entirely upon herself, as it is esti estimated
mated estimated that she supported more than
two thousand poor people in addition'
to helping many needy aristocrats
who had suffered under the revolu-?
tion.
It is said that she owned several
hundred hats and bonnets which were
peculiarly becoming to her, and paid
her hairdresser six thousand francs a
year. Of course, the preservation of
her wonderful charm caused the
spending of many hours a day in her
boudoir, from which all but a few
favorite waiting women were ex excluded.
cluded. excluded. So successful was she, in ad addition
dition addition to her own wonderful personal personality,
ity, personality, thaUat the age of forty, and a
grandmother, when arrayed in a sim simple
ple simple white mousseline and a string of
pearls, her husband exclaimed at her
loveliness and said he would be jeal jealous.
ous. jealous. -.

Living for Others.
It probably never occurs to a young
man or woman that he cr she is "hard
to live with." Thut i3 a phrase we
always, somehow, use aoout other peo people.
ple. people. But why? Why net occasionally
consider whether the difficulties we
complain of may wjt be partly the re result
sult result of our own sharp angles and self selfish
ish selfish wills?, The art of living with oth others
ers others iz largely the art of living for oth others,
ers, others, and not for ourselves.

Put It Up to the Hcgs.
A blacksmith in a small Connecticut
town who occasionally gees On pro protracted
tracted protracted sprees vas seen figuring on
the1 barn door and later throwing five
bushels of com on the ear into tbe
pen where he had six. hogs, and as

he turned away he was heard to say: abroad, too

"Th-sre, blast you, if you are prudent
that will last ye."

Continental English.
The Idea that English is to be the
universal language of the future seems
to be spreading. Certainly thousands

kof Europeans struggle bravely with its

rules and idioms. Here is a sample of
the progress that has been made in
one quarter, remarks the Youth's Com Companion.
panion. Companion. It is taken from the adver advertising
tising advertising matter that a large continental
hotel publishes in the form of an elab elaborate
orate elaborate illustrated booklet:
"Its spacious dimensions, exquisite
comfort, elegant fashion of its furnish furnishings,
ings, furnishings, the unobjectionable prerogatives
as to the produce of its kitchen and
contents of its cellars, besides the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished managing, which, assisted
by well experienced attendants, does
its utmost in always duly treating all
this,- united already for many years

past, obtained a general renown, even

SEVERE PUNISHMENT

Of Llrs. Chappefl, of Fi?e Year'
Standing, Relieved by CarduL

Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap Chap-pell
pell Chap-pell of this town, says: "I suffered for
five years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
I was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the other medicines 1 had
tried, put together.
My friends began asking me why -1
looked so well, and I told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
feeling?
If so, let us urge you to give Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardui to-day. You
won't regret it. All druggists.
Write t: Chattarvxsja Mjdidne Co., Ladies'
fl.drisory Dept.. Chartaroosa, Term., for Stcia
lnsiruciioit$ on your case and 64-paa: book. "Home
Treatment tor Women." in plain wrapser. N.C 1 2

A Word to Literary Critics.
Critics will show you how such and
such '' a writer repeated the thoughts
of Kant or Hegel, or used the phras phrasing
ing phrasing of Dante or Milton, or-stole the
plots of Boccaccio or Guy de Maupas Maupassant.
sant. Maupassant. They often p'rove their wide
reading, they sometimes demonstrate
their sagacity, but they do not justify
their existence' as critics unless, 'they
go 5 further than this, for the genius
of authorship declares itself less 'un 'unmistakably
mistakably 'unmistakably in gifts shared with fore forerunners
runners forerunners or contemporaries than In
gifts peculiar to itself. Walt Whit Whitman
man Whitman or William Wordsworth is neither
understood nor elucidated when his
possible pilferings have been listed;
at best the ground has only been
cleared for the critic's real work of
insight and interpretation. Collier's
Weekly.

Englishwomen Urge Goat Keeping.
With the object of obtaining for the
children of "farm laborers a constant
supply of pure milk, which is almost
impossible in the calf rearing dis districts,
tricts, districts, Devonshire cottagers are being
encouraged by Lady Acland of KI1 KI1-lerton,
lerton, KI1-lerton, Mrs. Charles Carew of Warni Warni-combe
combe Warni-combe and other women to keep
goats.
Some of the best goats have been
Introduced into the country districts
of Devon, and at Tiverton Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Show recently valuable prizes
were offered. It Is claimed that goats
cost little' to keep and that their milk
is in some respects superior to that
given, by cows. London Times.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1914

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any Items for this department call phone 106)

Miss W'artmann's l'rize Kssay
Prizes for essays on private sol soldiers
diers soldiers of .the Confederate State3 army,
'read at the historians program Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night at the state convention
of Daughters of the Confederacy at
Kissimmee were awarded as follows:

First prize, $100, Sister Esther Car-

lotta; second prize, $
Sanderson of iMartha

Jacksonville; third prize, $25, fi

Byrd Wartmann, of Dickison Chtap Chtap-ter,
ter, Chtap-ter, this city. The judges were W.
A. Blount, of Pensacola; C. (Har

rison, of the Tampa Times; Benja

mm (Harrison of. the 'Jacksonville

TimesUnion; Dr. iFarr of the Univer University
sity University of Florida; Dr. Blackman of Rol Rollins
lins Rollins College, and JMr. Hough, of the
Jacksonville Times-Union, the last
three named acting as supplemen supplementary
tary supplementary judges In the case of the third
prize.
JMiss (Wartmann returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Kissimmee and Is toeing
warmly congratulated on securing
third Jionors. iFor the pleasure of
our readers, we ft ope to publish this
essay (by iMiss Wartmann in the near
'future.
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arrived yesterday from 'Atlanta to
visit IMrs. S. (R. Pyles for several days
before (returning home.

Complimenting (Mrs.- Park Tram

dell, iMrs. 6. R. Pyles was bostess
today to a lovely dinner. Covers .-were

laid for IMrs. Trammell, iMr. Carney,
(Sirs. Edward IHpider, iMrs. J. S. CCor-

and Columbia, several of whom he
had not seen since the close of the
war.
Mrs. Trammell Entertained by 3Ir.
and Mrs. Frank

championship aiys on Thanksgiv-.
ing day which constitute the big ath

letic event of the ear at Salem -College
CM iss Ray is also the president
of the recently organized Florida
Club.

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50, LMrs. Bessie- "their home on Oklawaha avenue, en en-Reid
Reid en-Reid Chapter, tertained last evening at J prettily

appointed dinner, the special guest of
honor being tMrs. (Park Trammell,
wife of the governor of (Florida, who
has been the hspjraf fon for a series
of icharminff affairs dnHn? her visit

jftojMrs. E. L. Carney.

!EuiaIlerpesrnteTmIngled 'with
fern, .-were used exclusively to de develop
velop develop the floral motif in the dining,
room and parlor. The table at which
covets were laid for twelve, was cen centered
tered centered with a graceful arrangement of

roses and fern and the place cards

Jingo Club Entertained
The initial social affair given by
the Jingo Club, a' recent organiza organization
tion organization including a score and a half of
the young crowd, was a dance last
njght at the Woman's Club. Dane Dane-ing
ing Dane-ing continued until midnight, a two two-pce
pce two-pce orchestra furnishing the music,
and during the evening (Misses Tom Tom-iffy
iffy Tom-iffy e Standley and Josephine Bullock
erved punch in the tea room. The
'club is expecting to enliven the win win-Uer
Uer win-Uer months for the members of its
crowd by entertaining at a series of

dances, picnics, water trips and other

parties.
Mr. and JMrs. Frederick Mocker
chaperoned last night the merry
crowd, which included? iMisses Nellie
Beckham (Alice Sexton, ''Hannay El Ellis,
lis, Ellis, Elizabeth Davis, Georgia Quinney,
Blanche Wbaley, iMargaret Jackson,
Marion and Torothy Long, IDorothy
Schreiber, Eloise .Henry, (Erin -Yonge,

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Booker and1 (Mr. and
invitation to "Glen-

tourst," the beautiful home of Mr. and

fSIra. Pyles, carries with 1t an assur assurance
ance assurance of a good Itime and today prov proved
ed proved one of the Imost enjoyable spent

her

(by the guest
visit to Ocala

of bonor

during

,iur. J. v. lioozer is spenaing a

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lew aays ax ujennursi, xne guest

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three table rook party igiven Thnrs Thnrs-'
' Thnrs-' daf evening by iMr. and fMrs. "Floyd
Challle at their home on "Seventh
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uMxs. O. (L. Grantham and children
""have returned to tbeir home after
r paying a Tlsit to Ocala relatives.
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JDr. -A. J. iVVils.on has .arrived In

! Savannah -for a visit of six nyeeks to
!his daughter, iMrsl Scott, after which
Che will come to Ocala to spend the
remainder of the winter and spring
with CMrs. E. L. Carney, another
daughter. Dr. Wilson spent thef sum summer
mer summer at Estelle Springs, Tenn. and
-.en joute to Savannah visited a ium-
s.
. ber of Old friends In Birmingham

nona Wetherbee, !Sue IMoore, lAuther lAuther-Ine
Ine lAuther-Ine Click, Carr, Josephine -Bullock,
Tommie Standi ey, Messrs. IWelsh
Dewey, president of the club, Duncan
McDonald, iXorton Davis, iM. C. Izlar,
tM. iL. CMershon, iHugo (Mcintosh, Al Albert
bert Albert Harriss, Joe Borden, Hugh
Geiger, Jlichard Stroud, ; Homer
Small, Wallace Davis,' 'Robert' Clark Clark-son,
son, Clark-son, OLeroy Bridges, Carol Blaloclc,
Perry Anthony, iE. B. Copeland, J. A.
'Riohey, Wayne TenEyck, ', (Pierce
(Rentz, George (Looney, Ray Fergu Ferguson,
son, Ferguson, Whit palmer, William lATery and
others.

were miniature envelopes containing pary Harriett Livingston (Emma and

occasioned much laughter. The en envelope
velope envelope stamped with '"Eat, drink
and be merry, "postmarked from
"City of Good Cher" and in the up upper
per upper left hand corner' was 'IReturn of often
ten often to this bouse." (A large stemmed
pink rose was aTso at each plate.
1 DuTing the dinner, IMr. Carney
gave a beautiful toast to the iFirst
(Lady of Florida and to the host and
hostess.
The delidously prepared dinner
was served at 7:30 o'clock and the
Uix courses Included oysters on the
lalf shell, crackers, celery, olives,
sream of tomato soup, finger rolls,
nrkey, rice gravy, dressing, cranber cranber-T
T cranber-T Jelly, (French peas, ceamed pota-

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toes, iwaidorr salad, wafers, salted

plmonds, ice cream, cake, 'grapefruit,

conee and cheese. f

ine guests enjoying air. and lAirs.
Frank's bospitality were, (Mrs. Tran Tran-mell,
mell, Tran-mell, (Mr. and Olrs. E. X. Carney, .Mr.
and IMrs. OLeon JFishel, Dr. and iMrs.

ffijw-O. IPeek, IMrs. .E. P. IRentz and
Dr. and iMrs. H. C. iDozIer.

Qlrs. (Frank was -(becomingly gown

ed in yellow chiffon, over yellow

crepe de chene, -with which was worn

an (American Beauty rose and IMrs.

Trammell's exquisite gown was .fash

ioned of white crepe meteor, 'lace and

cerise chiffon. .V

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several progressions of Took, the

three (tables 'being placed In the par

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from Kissimmee, where they attend attended
ed attended the etate contention of the United

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burn, the twtjoexelegaiefj:oa
Dickisonjcjiapelvare in Orlando and
TarapaTfor a visit to, friends before
returning 'home. ;

It will be gratifying news to (Sis

ter JEstJher Oarlotta's f riends through throughout
out throughout tMarion county to learn that she

was re-elected to the office of (presi (president,;
dent,; (president,; winning over 'her opponent 83

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IXext Friday from 12 to 1 o'clock
and f rom o to lil o'clock the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Christian Temperance Union
will serve oysters, prepared in all

styles, at the arm'pry.

iMiss Ruble.GRay of Martel hasswon
in the comDetition for a position on

the junior balel ball team at Salem!

College, Winstorl-SalemV N. C, and

will play at center in the anmiai

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of compassion, kindness, lowliness, meekness, long-sufferingr, for forbearing:
bearing: forbearing: one another, and forgiving each other." Co lossians, 3:12 3:12-l
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OFFICERS OF THE CnURCII

ctnsj, Edwards. Chairman; W. D. fCarn, Treasurer;,
W T. Gary, Clerk; Isaac Stevens, M. T. W. Christian,
W. S. Bullock, L. F. Ballard, J. Akln, S. II. Christian,
W. H. Marsh and Frank -Gates.

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iDOXOLOOY Old Hundred
INTVOOAT rON La rd s Prayer. x
HYiMN (XO. 40, "Oh (Day of 'Rest."
SORIPTORB LESSSON.
PRtA.YHR.
tHYTMN iNO. 414, "The Son of God Goes (Forth.
ANN'OmVCBMBXTS.
OFFBRINXJ, "According as he bath Prospered.'
OFFlDRTORY.
SERlMOX "SelfHControl."
INTVITATION CSX). 454; "A Charge to Keep.'"
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EVENING 7:30 ;
OPIHXIXG HYiMN iNO. 342, 41Day is (Dying."
SONG INO. 360, "Jllng the Bells of Heaven."
(PRAYER.
SOXG iNO. 324, 41Hark! Ten Thousand."
SORIPTURE tliBSSON.
(SONG NO. 264, "Jesus 'Paid at All."
AINXOUtXOBMHXTS
OFFIBRUNG ''God iLoveth a Cheerful Giver."
OFFSBRTORY.
SERMON Aim the Way."
.INTVIITATrON CvO. 338, "Come Thou Fount."
HBNBDICTIO(N.
CLOSING IHYMN 'NO. 206, "iNow the Day is Over.'

Rook Tea for 3Irs. Trammell
Culminating a series of beautiful
parties 'given in compliment to IMrs.
Park Trammell of Tallahassee, was
the rook tea, artistic in all of its ap

pointments, at jWhich iMrs. J. C. B.
Koonce entertaine'd thirty -friends

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A color eoheme of yellow and
white was prettily developed an tHe
floral decorations of the reception
hall and living room, where the six
tables were arranged. The players
found their places at the tables by
the tallies painted in yellow by iMiss
Minnie iStovall, the hostess' niece,

andto the guest of honor, at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the several delightful pro progressions
gressions progressions was presented an exquisite
imported handkerchief. A similar

prize was awarded the top scorer.
Mrs. Frances Howse, assisted by

Mrs. IE. (Li. Carney, welcomed her

daughter's guests at the front door

and receiving with Qlrs. Koonce

were Mrs. Trammell, IMrs. (Hall, IMrs.

(Holder, Mrs. Jack Camp- and tMrs

William Hooker.

A two course luncheon was served

on the card tables after the games,
the first course including turkey
salad, jellied almonds' frozen mints,
with wafers and olives, followed by
ginger .parfait, angel food and coffee
with toasted onarshmellows. The
coffee was poured ln the living:, room
by Mrs. Holder. r ;
IMiss IStovall and'IMiss Alice Bul Bullock
lock Bullock assisted the Hostess during the
afternoon and those present, to enjoy
the lovely rook tea were (Mrs. Tram Trammell,
mell, Trammell, (Mrs. iR. S. Hall, iMrs. Edward
(Holder, (Mrs. (R. A. Bur ford, airs. R.
C. Camp, airs. Clarence Camp', airs.
Frederick (Hooker, airs. J. B. Horrell,
airs. OLr. W. CDuval, airs. William
Mocker, airs. W. S- Hilands, airs. W.
J. Hilands, airs. J. T. SRobertson, airs.
G. S. Scott, airs. J. iH. Taylor, airs.
W. S. Bullock, airs. iR. !L. Anderson,
airs. I. iF. Bennett, airs. Jack Camp,
airs. Bunyan Stephens, airs. H. H.
Brand, airs. C. H. Lloyd and airs.

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Victory is the heritage of the prohibition workers In Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Oregon, Arizona and Colorado. This makes fourteen
dry states in the Union. Prohibition is no longer a wave that
may come in and go out with the tide, but rather a movement
comparable in some senses to a landslide; small in its begin beginnings,
nings, beginnings, steady in its growth, gradual in its progress, uncheck unchecked
ed unchecked in its movement, destroying the liquor traffic sooner or
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Airs. Park Trammell leaves tomor-

row for Crescent City, concluding a
visit of ten days in the city the guest
of Mrs. OB. lu Carney. Mrs. Trammell
bas a wide circleof admiring friends
bere and her visitSias been filled with

parties, arranged especially in her

honor.

Beneath an excellent'plcture in the

Arcadia Enterprise appears the fol

lowing: Miss Kate Elizabeth Carl Carlton,
ton, Carlton, director of music, D. H. S. Grad

uate (with distinction) Meridian

Conservatory, of JMusic,
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York.
IMiss Carlton is a sister of IMrs. H.
tM. Hampton and is well known in
Ocala, where she has visited on sev-

eral occasions.

:f 51r. C. C. 1H111 of St. Augustine is

the guest of Dir. and Airs'. Port Leav-

engood for a few days.

til iss Nora Basse tt arrived today

from Qui ncy and will have dharge of

one of (Marion county's (public schools.
Gliss Bassett is a 'niece of air. and
Olrs. C. A. QloPherson, and will spend

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is the guest of (Mrs. W. K. Lane.
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tisV IBus-tisV latest bride and groom, arrived
on Monday night from Versailles,
Ky. ,the home of the charming bride,
who was tMIss Margaret Arnett, a
close oersonal friend of Mrs. A. G.
Smith, whom she visited last winter.
IMr. and (Mrs. Taylor reside for the
present with Mr. Taylor's mother, in
her lovely home overlooking Lake
Dot. A cordial welcome to the pop popular
ular popular groom and his fair bride. Eus Eus-tis
tis Eus-tis Lake .Region.

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the friends here of the hostess who
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very pleasantly at cards Thursday of
last week at her borne, 54 Cypress
street. In 'honor of, Mrs. J. E. D.
Craves, of Seabreeze. Hallowe'en
decorations in orange and black
were used for the occasion. Five
bundred and auction were the games
enjoyed, there being four tables of
the former and two of the latter. A
prize, consisting of a hand-embroidered
linen handkerchief, was provid provided
ed provided for each table and the Sadies at
the completion of four games pivot pivoted.
ed. pivoted. tRefreshments of fruit salads
devil cake and bon-bons were served,

a 'Hallowe'en favor (helps ?Ucd'!:
side, each plate."
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aiiss Pauline Coulter, who epent
las-t spring In Ocala, the guect of Ulrz.
. IR. Hanley, is now in Denver, Ccl
for an extended visit to her uncle and

grandmother.
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Mrs ID T Jeffcoat and little daugh daughter
ter daughter are borne from a visit to relatives
at Clearwater.

Xow Is the time to plant Rye for
oasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

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7 Months----357500
12 Months -510090

Fuel
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$6,178.00
9,754.00

Labor
$2,113.61
3,393.71

$ ''619.8

617.09

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13,764.80

867590 $15932.00 $5,507.32 $1236,91 ; $22,(q76.23

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This does not include interest on investment nor depreciation.

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STATE OF FLORIDA,
MARION COUNTY

J. C. Caldwell, being duly sworn, says 'that he resides in Ocala, Florida, and
is the superintendent of the electric light plant of the City of Ocala. He further says
that the figures contained in the paper which is hereto attached and made a part of
this affidavit, to-wit: the figures under the following heading, as shown on this paper:
K. W; H., Fuel, Labor, r Supply, Total, : : ;
being all the figures shown on said paper down to t. statement, "This does not in include
clude include interest on investment nor depreciation," were made by this affiant, and he states
that he knows the said figures to be correct.
J. C. CALDWELL.
Sworn to and subscribed before me Nov. 7th. 1914.
MARY E. BOGIE,
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After spending $75,000 for a new plant and supposing that one-half the cost
of fuel can be saved, also $100 monthly on labor, the cost for operating 19 months
figures as follows:

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Fuel, one-half of above
Labor, $5,507.32,-$l,900.00

Same as above

Add:

Supply

$7,966.00
3,607.32
1,236.91

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5; per cent. Interest.
7 per cent Depreciation
3 per cent. Obsolescence
15 per cent, per annum on $75,000 for 19 months
867590 k. w. h. cost total - -
3 53-lOOc per K. W. H.

$17,81250
$30;622.73

If, inltM of 1-2, three-fourths of the amount of fuel and $100 monthly on
labor, could be saved, the cost for operating 19 months figures as follows:

Fuel one-fourth of $15,932.00
Labor $5,507.32,-$l,9OO.OO
Supply, same as above

$3,983.00
3,607.3 2
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"When I was a growing- lad, and came
upon many worda In my reading that
I did not understand, mj mother, in instead
stead instead of firing me the definition when
I applied to her, uniformly sent me to
the dictionary to leant It, and In this
way I gradually learned many things
besides the meaning of the individual
word in question an org other things,
how to use a dictionary ."nd the great
pleasure and advantage there might
be In the use 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, was In turning over the
page of the 'Unabridged of those
days. Now the most modern Una
bridged theNEW INTERNATIONAL
gives -me a pleasure of the same sort.
' Bo far as my knowledge extends, it is
at present the best cf the-one-volume
dictionaries, and quite sufficient for
all ordinary uses. Even those who
possess the splendid dictionaries In
several Tolumes will yet find it a great
convenience to have this, which is so
compact, so full, and ao trustworthy
as to leave. In most cases, little to Be
desired."- Albert S. Cook,PluDLL.D
Professor of the English Language and
Literature, Yale Univ. April 28, 1911.
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A Dollar Saved

Is A Dollar Mads
So buy your groceries from the
OCAIiA GROCERY COMPANY,
and save money.
Every tlittle bit toelps. Pull weight
tand imasure guaranteed
1 pound Bliss Coffee 30c
.3 pounds best Rice. 123 c
1 qt good Florida Syrup. . .20e
1 bottle good Fla Syrup....' U
Irish potatoes per pk ...... 20c
BACON per pound lCc
5 gallons oil. .60c
Everything cheap for cash.
Ocala Cash Grocery
Company,
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue

Irrigate Your Neighborhood
By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Somethlnst"
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ALF a century ago there were ten million acres of land, within
half a thousand miles of Omaha, upon which not even a blade
of gra'ss would grow. Today upon these very deserts are

wonderful orchards and tremendous wheatfields. The soil itself was
full of possibilities. What the land needed was water. In time
there came farmers who knew that they could not expect the, streams
to come to them, and so they dug ditches and led the water to their
properties from the surrounding rivers and lakes; they tilled the
earth with their brains as well" as their plows they became rich
through irrigation. t
Advertising has made thousands of men rich, just because they
recognized the possibilities of utilizing the newspapers to bring

streams of buyers into neighborhoods that could be made busy loca locations
tions locations by irrigation by drawing people from other sections. H
The successful retailer is the man who keeps the stream of pur purchasers
chasers purchasers coming his way. It isn't the spot itself that makes the store
pay it's the man who makes the spot pay. Centers of trade are not
selected by the public they are created by the force which controls
the public the newspapers. .'
New'neighborhoods for business are being constantly built up
by men who have located themselves in streets which they Have
changed from deserted by-ways into teeming, jostling thoroughfares,
through advertising irrigation.
The storekeeper who whines that his neighborhood holds him
back is squinting at the truth he is hurting the neighborhood.
If it lacks streams of buyers, he can easily enough secure them
by reaching out through the columns of the daily and inducing people
from other sections to come to him. Every time he influences a cus customer
tomer customer of a competitor he rs not only irrigating his own field but is
diverting the streams upon which a non-advertising merchant de depends
pends depends for existence. Men and women who liye next door to a shop
that does not plead for their custom will eventually be drawn to an
establishment miles away.
The circulation of every newspaper is nothing less than a reser reservoir
voir reservoir of bu)'ers, from which shoppers stream in the direction that
promises the most value for the least money.
The magic development of the desert lands has its parallel in
merchandising of the men who consider the newspaper an irrigating
power which can make two customers grow where one grew before.
(Copyright.)

Tie. Aivaiteps d B32eri' Eiiios:: :
Are well knowTito financial and commercial, enterprise.
The equipment of the Miinroe and Chambliss National Bank contains every
facility for prompt and accurate dispatch of business.

Accounts subject to check are invited.

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For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.

Your Order will have

Immediate Attention. J
J. L. SMOAR 1
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

Eureka, Nov.. Mr. and IMrs. F.

Harp are attending the associa

tion at iWilliston this week.

Dr. L. B. Parramore was a visitor

to Ocala Wednesday. .He was 'a ceo ni-

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panied ihy JMr. Wade Hastings, of

Lake Kerr.

iMr. I. M. Hinson and iMrs. R. W.

Ltkinson were visitors to the i3riCK

City Saturday, as was also Messrs.

Charles (Harp and Russell.

.J3r. G. B. Parramore and family
represented lEureka at the picnic at
'Orange Springs Thursday.
Qlrs. Charles IHinson and littler son
Oris, arrived hoem iSunday morning,
after a couple of weeks' visit to Irs.
Hinson's .parents, Mr. and iMrs.-OS. 3.
Smith at Kenwood.

Dr. A. X.. Blalock ,of Fort CMeCov,

was in our burg Tuesday morning.

Quite a number of our people at attended
tended attended ithe cane-grinding at Mr. J.

W. Brinson's Wednesday af ternoon
They enjoyed the occasion very much

and hope it is only the beginning of
a jolly season to ibe spent at other
hospitable homes.

I wish to call the attention of the

ladies of the county and city to the

fact that I now have an experience 1
sewing machine repair man and if
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to one personally he will
call on you and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or iregulating 'on your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter what kind of ana ana-chine
chine ana-chine you may .have.
(Respectfully, B. 'Goldman,
lil-2-tf OcaJa, Fla.

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

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BUY A BALE

REMARKABIE CURE OF CROUP.

A. D. BROOKS

HOW'S THIS?

We offer one hundred dollars re

ward for any case of catarrh that

cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh

Cure.

F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, 'have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,

Has moved his General Merchandise fnd '?eievf him. honorable

in aii lUUSUltJSS H1UWJL1UU5 uuu u-
nanciallj ahle to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made .by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.

Hall's Catarrh Cure is .taken in-

ternally, acting directly upon the

blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per !bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation. ad

tock from Main Street, next door

to the City Mraket to 'ibe new

St. Georges Block,

where he is now located in the
"handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
-ie will be pleased to see his friends
nd customers.
r'IRST CLASS FA3IBIi" GROCERIES
ANi COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECIALTY.

"Last winter when my (little boy
had croup I got him a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly ibelieve it saved his life," writes
Mrs. J. B.. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the phlegm and relieved his

coughing spells. I am most grateful

for what this remedy has done for

him." For sale by all dealers. -Ad

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' The Pendulum.

It is perfectly true that Galileo dis

covered the true or isochronal proper
ty of the pendulum in 1632, and also
that the philosophical Huyghens in

1658 wrote a learned treatise apply

lng the principle to clocks. But an

Englishman, John Harris, invented
and made a pendulum clock in 1641

in London. Barlow, a London clock clock-maker,
maker, clock-maker, invented the striking part In
1676, and in 1815 George Graham ap

plied mercury to the pendulum to
compensate against varying temper
tures.

I do not say, (because cotton is not
my (business, but I do call the at attention
tention attention of Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac

co Ohewer, who buys a pound of my

El TroDico Havana Cigar Clippings
or 4 0 cents (Which equals 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

ing my own product the clippings

of my cigar factory cut up and the
d ust abstracted therefrom and con

taining a combination, of -pure cigar

leaf tobacco that costs as high as

... ... a 1 j n j

you Tms tooacco as put up in

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

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-':::Mei81calSaralcdl
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., nd Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HDURSs 9 A.M. TO 4x30 P.M., PHONE: 333

L ALEX AN PEE
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
"work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

To Make a Living.
The finer sentiments, religious, ar artistic
tistic artistic and moral are all right when we
can get to them, hut the first thing
a man or woman must do is to get
enough to eat and scjne place in
which to live. And this living must
of nece? :y be the basis for any high higher
er higher sentiments. The education, there therefore,
fore, therefore, which makes a foundation for
this support should be first In the

On it should be built the secondary J
itudles, ji it were, of our education, j

His Dally Supply of Cake.
A Wichita attorney is very fond of
a certain kind of cake his wife is ex expert
pert expert at making. Recently she left for
a visit with her parents, a 1 before
going baked a large cake. She knew
hat if she deft the entire cake where
her husband could find it he would
eat it in one day, so she cut it into
slices and hid them in various parts
of the house. Each day she writes
her husband, and in the Utter she tells
him where he can find a piece of the
cake. Kansas City Star.

Earrest Record of Eclipse.
The earliest record of an eclipse
was that of the eun. observed by the
Chinese. B. C; 21&8. Ihe firit record
of an eclipse approaching any d fine fineness
ness fineness 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
between the Lydians and Medes, May
28, B. C. 585. The battle was sus suspended
pended suspended and peace was made through

the good offices of Thales. The most

Important eclipse, however, in the his

tory 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. This was the
oeginning of the three countries
earned.
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGES

TION

We Aim

To Be Upright in Our Dealings
' We Put
OUR 3IEATS UP RIGHT
.Making it Easy to

COOK, CARVE AND CONSU3IE THEM
PflONE 103 Next to O. lu Teapot Grocery.

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As to Overwork.
Either you are necessary to provi providence,
dence, providence, and then you have no right
to kill yourself by overwork, or you
are not necessary to providence, and
then you have no need to kill your yourself
self yourself by overwork. I put that dilem dilemma
ma dilemma to you in all seriousness, and
leave you to escape from it if you
tan. Charles Kingsley.

It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion become
discouraged and despondent. Here
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them &y IMrs. Blanche IBowers,
Indiana, Pa.: 'Tor years w 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 I
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 'by all dealers. ad

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l-iTi1 r warm wplrnm. AVnliitlv firpnroof: CVCIVthin '".

& thoroughly modern and up-to-date; prices fair and reasonable.

In tbe 'Genter of Things ':vTwoDiiiii!sEG033iiDi7Ci:::)

The new Udc toa g cnucmcti
room on the top floor i uauual!y pleasant,
lwy cool and affording a fiac viewci
the city and uburb. Special atxenuca
vsA nartiea. Grill room ta oascmect.

New chef and new corpa of waiter Oaly

Banka, court bouse. club, tore, post
office and other public buildings are near
the Hillsboro many of them across the
street or justf around the corner. Direct
street car service to Union Station. Hand Hand-baggage
baggage Hand-baggage to and from boats anda trains free
of charge. Porter meet all trains.

aid to parties. Grill room in bascmect.
Jaw rhi't And new cores of waiters Osijf

the best of food served in either room, j

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While every effort I made to take care of guests without reservations, better

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L. B. Skinner, '.HIIsLSBOIlO'.HOTEIs n. S Driver. L J
President. TAEIPA, FLORIDA Maaat

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GREATER thantf Sher Sherlock
lock Sherlock Holmes I) No November
vember November Joe, me hero of our
new serial.
READ about how he
solved the mysterious murder
at Big Tree Portage.
READ about the seven
lumberjacks.ariil.the trapping
of the" lone highwayman who
robbed them. J'
READ abqut 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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Cato's FolloYrip Sys.fe

By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
I F A MAX lambasted you on the eye and walked away and waited
a week before he repeated the performance, he wouldn't hurt
you very badly. Between attacks you would have an opportunity
to recover from the effect of the first blow.
But if he smashed you and kept mauling, each impact of his fist
would find you less able to stand the hammering, and s-a half-dozen
jabs would probably knock you down.
Now advertising is, after all, a matter of hitting tne eye of the
public. If you allow too great an interval to elapse between inser insertions
tions insertions of copy the effect of the first advertisement will have worn

away by the time you hit' again. You may continue your scattered 1

talks over a, stretch of years, but you will not derive the; same benefit
that would result from a greater concentration. Irrother words, by
appearing in print every day, you are able to get the. benefit of the
impression created the day before, and as each piece of copy makes
its appearance, the result of your publicity on the reader's mind is
more pronounced you mustn't stop short of a knock-down im impression.
pression. impression. .V
Persistence is the foundation of advertising success. Regularity
of insertion is just as important as clever phrasing. The man who
hangs on is the man who wins out. Cato the Elder is an example to
every merchant who uses the newspapers and should be an inspira inspiration
tion inspiration to every storekeeper who does not. Fortwenty years he arose
daily in the Roman senate and cried out for the destruction of
Carthage. In the beginning he found his. conferees very unrespon unresponsive.
sive. unresponsive. But he kept on every day, month after month and year after

year, sinking into the minds of all the necessity of destroying
Carthage, until he set all the senate thinking upon the subject and
in the end Rome sent an army across the Mediterranean and ended
the reign of the HanniVals and Hamilcars over northern Africa. The
persistent utterances of a single man did it.
The history of every mercan ;!e success is parallel. The adver advertiser
tiser advertiser who does not let a day slip by without having his say, is bound
to vbe heard and have his influence felt. Every insertion of copy
brings stronger returns, because it has the benefit of what has been
said before, until the public's attention is struck likq, an eye that has
been so repeatedly struck, that the least toucti of suggestion will feel
like a blow.
(Copyright.)

In Small, Imodium and Largo
Bones Purity Guaranteed
This is the .drug store where you will find
a great assortment of high grade candjes,
chocolates, bonbons, creams everything
you need in candydom. We will make up
assortments as you wish. Daintily boxed.
Come here also for your ice cream, sodas
and cigars. Do you, housewife, know the 1
value of absorbent paper in the home? Try

They Save Hcusswcrli
You can't tell in how many ways until

you try them. Here are a few : polishing;
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
grease from fried foods, absorbing spilt
liquids. Don't use your good linen towels
in the kitchen and pile up big washings
every week. Use ScotTissue. Junior, 4
medium and large sizes. ScotTissue Toilet
Paper is another article you will like.
It is soft, absorbent and snowy white.
Large rolls, 10c.
Am-r,0N0P0LY
DRUG STORE

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Speaking sof Dancing?
Anything that's worth doing at all
s worth overdoing. Keblo Howard.

The first installment. pi this intensely interesting serial

ie Evenina Star

DCALA FRATERI1AL DRDERS

MARIOX-DUXX MASOXIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge "NO. 19, F. &
A. M.', meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further, notice,
Baxter Cam, W. ai.
Jake Brown, Secretary'. Ad
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qcala mm

Ocala, Florida

Completely Renovated and NewManagement

NOWiOPEN.
( Room I Without Bath $1.00
Running Water iniEvery Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHOXES IX ALL ROOMS
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ACCURACY

SECURirr

Marion County Abstract Coman
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,

OCALA, FLORIDA
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First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.

Pretty Beads Made of Salt.
To make Fait b-ds, heat two hand hand-fuls
fuls hand-fuls of common salt as hot as the
hands will stand. Warm one cupful
of cornstarch, and mix with the salt.
Take one cupful of hot water and col color
or color it any desired shade with water
colors, and use to form a paste with
the salt and corn starch.
Mold with the hands into the sized
bead required, and have a large cush cushion
ion cushion ready, so that when a large pin Is
stuck through each bead the pin can
be at once stuck into the cushion.
One can make beads all of the same
size or graduate the sizes, threading
the large ones In the middle of the
string, and smaller ones at the ends,
br groups of large beads can be sep separated
arated separated by smaller ones.
Wou Id-Be Martyr.
"Lady," said the unshaven man at
the back door, "I'm on a hunger
strike." "Well," said the general
housework person sharply, "what do
fou want?" "Can't you hear? Tm on
i hunger strike. I want to be forcibly
Jed." Buffalo Express.

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brovn, W. M.

Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock1. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. JV H. Benjamin, X. G.
Vv L. Colbert, Secretary.
KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

CLOSHXG OUT ODD (AiXD. EiXD
1-JTiA.TIOXiEiRY at reduced iprices at
KKE'G'ER'S.

HU Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father Benedict, Director. X

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X Five Milea West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio

?: Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889 ?

I CLASSICAL AMD COMMERCIAL COURSES

$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHOXE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE

FALL TERIY1 OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
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XOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE
Notice 3s 'hereby given that the
undersigned, heretofore appointed
receiver in a certain cause pending
in Marion county, -Florida, circuit
court, in which sOklawaha River
Farms Company Is complainant, and
D. H. Kirkland, defendant, will sell
at the OMawaha River Farms, near

Oklawaha, in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on
Xovember 12th, 1914,
beginning at the hour of 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, seven hundred and
eighty-one (781) bushels of corn

now in the possession of said receiv receiver,
er, receiver, or so imuch ithereof as anay re

main unsold at that time. Informa Information
tion Information in regard to the sale may be had
by application to J. B. iMartin, re

ceiver, Oklawaha, Fla.
11-3 J. B. Martin, Receiver.
XOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

The tax books for the payment of

19T4 state and county taxes are now

open.
Be sure and bring or send a cor

rect description of your property

when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you

more speedy service.

Don't forget that the law allows a

i two ( 2 ) per cent, discount for all

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

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 visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.

Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

WOODMEX OF THE WORLD

Fot 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. iBurden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,

meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.

Visiting brethern always, welcome 16
the lodge and club house on Mag

nolia street, near postoffice.

J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter JCo. 13, R. A. "M., on the

fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

COXCORDLA 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.

Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad Ad-OCALA
OCALA Ad-OCALA LODGE XO. 286, 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 reth reth-ren
ren reth-ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

Habits.
Habit may be either a strong helfc
p.tst peril, or a fetter that holds its
rictim helpless. Some young people
never consider habit forming at all;
It Is not taken into account in their
lives. They form none' but accidental
and unconscious ones. If asked what
their fixed habits are, they will laugh
Bt the question. Thev know so littje
about it that they think they could
change any habit they have in a day.
Yet In reality they are binding them themselves
selves themselves in chains of iron and making a
free and happy life impossible for
themselves Later on. Selects"-

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intermediate points to Jacksonville.
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XUE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, XOVE3IBER 7. 1014

OCALA OCCURRENCES I

K. of P. meet (Monday night.

ATTENTION, AVOODMEN

Elks meet Tuesday evening.

Odd Fella ws meet Tuesday night.

Pythian Sisters Tuesday evening.

Board of Trade Wednesday nigh:.

Moose meet. Thursday evening.

By request of the family the un unveiling
veiling unveiling of C. (H. Beck's monument U
postponed until Sunday, iNov. 29th.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.

PROGRAM FOR TEMPERANCE
DAY AT BA PTLST CIIURC 1 1

PLENTY OF ENGLISH PEAS

P. U. of A. meet Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Only a few days left. Better
IBabies contest next week. Phone No.
G for application cards.

Mr. O. 01, Gale the Belleview mer merchant,
chant, merchant, is la the city today.

A few extra large sixes of hunting
ccats. (Osala Pawn and (Loan Office.
".Why Pay More." 11-7-4 1

(Mr. II. 0.1. Hampton was out riding
today. He is gaining steadily and
irill soon be aole to take up !als liw
practice.

LLegfics, huntllng coats, saddle
foags and other hunter's neessitlef,
'ivl the Oca la .Pawn and Loan Often.
'Why Pay Qlore." 11-7

The Senior IBpvorth (League of tt.o
DIothodlst church extends -a cordial
laritaf Ion to its lemperiince meet im;
tFkmday af ternoor at 4:30, Nov. 3

.Remington or Winchester automat automatic
ic automatic shcitg-uns, sipedal $27.50. Ocala
Pawn and Loan Office. "Why iPajr
More." : 11-7

rIf you want to write, The DIurray
Company have u beautiful line of
stationery. ll-6-.'U

Mr. J. J. IRetkey this. imoxning un unloaded
loaded unloaded a car of apples. Carloacfi of
sipples xfor the tOcala tmarket ic?e
father unusual.

Hot dxinlis of all kiiKls at the
Court Pharmacy. 2-6 1 (

iDo yo u ihun t ? If so, save or o-a ey
toy buying youT shotgun and shells
from the Ocala aawn and Loan1 Of Office.
fice. Office. ".Why Pay .More." 11-7

CLOSING OUT ODD AIN.D iEXD
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
KRBGER'3.

Smokeless shells, 55 cents a box at
the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.

"Why Pay 'More."

11-7

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

Exchange your old gun for a new
one. We will allow you all we can
?ret for your old one and sell -you a
Clew one at a very low -price. Ocala
Pawn and Loan Office. "Why Pay
aiore." 11-7

Co to the 'business men's class at
the Methodist Sunday school tomor
row. (Forty-six men present' last
Sunday; expect seventy-five tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. CDr Cross will talk to the class
ten (minutes.

(Mr. iM. 5M. Little attended a (ban (banquet
quet (banquet at Tam. pa last night at the clos closing
ing closing of a district convention of the
tdd -Fellows. He returned home this

afternoon and reports an exceeding

ly pleasant time. (Mr. Little attend

ed the .meeting. in his official capacity

of grand -master.

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

For chapped cracked skin, use
tde.ightfu'ilr soothing Rexall cream

of almonds. Gerlg's. ad tf

There are a good many 'Fresh
English ipeas in the local market,
among those bringing them in be

ing tMr.'C. B. Strickland, who has a

pretty field of them at his farm,

south-west of the city. Mr. Strick

land Is shipping some of the peas
north also, tout we are sorry to say

the market Is not very stiff. It Is

said to be too early to get the fbest

prices as peas are still being shipped

from the other southern states, there

having been no frost to kill the

vines.

' Mr. iH. C. Jones, who went to Texas
two weeks ago to look over a .bottling
plant wfclch -his 'brother-in-law was

thinking of .purchasing and wanted

Mr. Jones' advise, returned this

morning, air. Jones was. In Texar Texar-kana,
kana, Texar-kana, Dallas and other places and
saw some things 'he liked and others
he did not, (but says none of it ds as
good as Ocala, Florida.

It's early to think of Christmas
presents, bu'; remember The Murray

Company wiil have a fine lot of holi

day goods. w ll-6-3t

W. K. Iuie, iM. D., Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, iNose

and Throat, Law Library (Building,

Ocala, Fla.

Seventeen pounds of sugar 'for $1

with cash purchase of $1 worth of
other -groceries, Saturday and (Mon

day only. iSmifch Grocery Co. 3t

'All prescriptions filled at the

Court Pharmacy .by competent drug

gists and with absolutely fresh

drugs. 2-6

Harmony cocoa mutter cream. A

soothing cl'isaiiser for the face and

hands, 50 t ents; at Gerigs ad. tf.

.The pur:St and ffrashest of -drugs

only are u ?;ed in our prescription de department,
partment, department, and you ?;et 5 the result
your fphytician expeots, if prescrip

tions are -Ei lied 'by us. Bitting &

Knight, druggists. 1 0-31.-tf

We always ihave on ih'and a tfresh

supply of 3ie famous Norris candies.

Court Pharmacy. 2-6t

Purity is paramount- You get ab

solute PURITY dn. drugs compound

ed into your tprescripUons (here.

Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf

IMPORTANT

(Bear in mind that xiOhamberlain's

Tablets not only tm ore the bowels,

Shut improve the appetite and

strengthen tae digestion. For sale

by ail dealers, ad

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Sunday, iNovember 8th, Beginning at
(1:45 A. M. ,'
! Song, Stand up for Jesus--SchooL
Prayer Pastor Stephens.
Song, Press on to VIctoryr School.
(Responsive Scripture reading, lead
by Supt. W. T. Gary.'
Solo, "Bring Back Oily nag"
Frank Cates.
Lincoln-Lee exercises with rally

cry Junior boys. ?

iRecitation, 'The Rum iSeller's

Sign" CMiss Claudia O'Neal.

Song, The (Anti-Saloon LVrmy

School.

Ttecitations by Oliss Avalee

wards class of liwys:

1. iMy First Speech.
2. Sing a Song of Sixpence.
3. The Temperance J3oy.
4. Boys -Wanted.
ISong, iLIttle -. Teetotalers by

mary classes.

Slol-1 call of WTise Men Deacon

BeTeans, Senior and Junior Caracas.

Male quarter, Beautiful Flag.

Responsive reading, The Campaign

for .National Prohibition School,

lead by Soipt. W. T. Gary.
Song, Help Somebody- School.

Unveiling pictures of QIIss WiHard,

Lincoln and 31ee. Tribute tby Prof.

Cassels.
Signing .pledge cards.
Song, Cod Save the State.

Prayer toy (Mr. John 'Edwards,

teacher of the Baraca class.

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

at any Iiocr. Art v.

Afr THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

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TOJrPKINS' (PETITION

We, the undersigned citizens and
voters of ward one city of Ocala, do

hereby petition ID. AV. Tompkins, a

resident and property owner of ward

noim'ber one, city of Ocala, to (become
a candidate for councilman of the
city of Ocala from ward number one,

to be voted for in the approaching

election to ibe beld in tDecember,

1914:

' Jake Brown, F. iB. Beckham, Sid
(R Whaley, F. E. IWetherbee; W. K.

Zewadski, lA. JA. Winer,.fWm. Hocker,
J. B. 03nrke, fW. iH. Coleman, J. F
Jenkins, Geo. L. Taylor, George J.

Blitch, W. 'F. Blesdh, sF. 31. Hocker

G. T. Maughs,1 Chas. E. Simmons, J.

L. Smoak, Jr., I. I. Strong, Baxter

Cam, W. (K. CLaii-, Md., W. Xr.' Col
bert, H, ID. toikos, C. R. Tydings, J

1L. Smoak. IW. C. Smoak, W.

Stuart, W. C. J affords, J. H. Br in
son, W. IW. Cdyatt, S. P- Anthony

Jr., U. "W. .Tally, O. B. IHowse, F. W.

Ditto, S. Hale, J IW. Kea, P, A. iD-ur

and. v J. ID. DlcCaskill, Ohas. E.

(French, 'A. Slott, IF. C. Clayton, Law

ton Smith, ,L. OEL Pillans, T. C. Car

ter, (F. C (Antbony, L. 'F. Blalock,

S. Lanier iRobertson, John IL. tL.elt-

mer, M. R. 5Hunnicutt, Wm. CVI. Gober
P'ercy Smith, C.i (S... Smith,; ; J. ; A
Ohandier, T. ,rWi Jlrown, J. W 'Na.me
J. 'A. Bouvier, P. !H. Shafei; W. A
Coin, (L. J. Blalock, (W. IH. 'MdConu

SUSPICIOUS CIRCU31STA XGES'

Merchanfii Cafe, C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

Pennants and tpillow tops, latest
styles, at K.'REGER'S. V

KREGER'S .for fishing tackle.

CITY TWXES
The city tax books have (been opea
for payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they be closed iDec. 1st, after 'which
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
V W. W Clyatt,
; ; City Tax Collector.
; Office in court bouse. 1 1-6-tf

It you want music or anything, go
to The Mur.ray Company. 11-6-3 1

To tlie Woman Who

Realizes She Heeds Help

You are nervous. You have "crying spells." You are
deducted. You don't sleep well. You hcive backache. You
have lost ambition for your work. You are beginning to
feel old and look old.
These symptoms, more than likely, are produced by some weakness,
deningement or irregularity peculiar to the feminize, organism.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
V (In Tablet or Liquid Form)
wilV:dd you in regaining youthful health' and strength just as' it has been
doing for over fort; years for women who have been in the same condition of
heiilthyou now find yourself. It soothes and invigorates. Itupbuildsand uplifts.
Your medicine dealer will supply you ii tablet cr liquid form, or send 50
ons-cent stamps for trial bos- Address Dr.V.Itf. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's PIcasart FcHsts rsfxlrb C:om:V i:d Bowels. Easy to lake.

. -The fire department bad,. cwo fires

to deal with last night and this morn

ing. The -fire last night destroy ec
the -grandstand at the baseball park
and that this morning did a, tew dol

lars worth of damage to tlie water

tank at the foundry. ? ; V

The Are last night was not report

ed In the regular way. J lAibout 11

o'clock somebody gave the alarm at

th e station a nd whil e t h e fi rem e n

were (hooking Tip the 'horses the doors
were -pulled open, allowing the excit excited
ed excited animals to rush out loose into the

streets,' causing much delay ibefore

they could 'be 'brought back and har-

nnessed. When the chemical engine

arrived at the fire, at was 'found there

was no acid in the machine, tho i

had been carefuHy inspected the eve

ning before. And when Chief Cham

(bers started up his auto, he disco v

ered a puncture, which investigation

showed had 'been imade with a knife

lit was supposed that the grand

stand was set on fire by a spark from

an engine, 'but no. train had (passed

that way for more than two hours.

WOJIAXVS AUXILIAKy

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Notice is given of the packing o

the Advent box, which is packed an

nually (by the Woman's Auxiliary o

Grace Episcopal church. This year

the 'box will go to iRev, B. Allen
Waynesville, X. C, for the benefit o

the mountain missions under his

charge. 'Contributions are solicited

both from the members of the church

and congregation. 'New and second

hand clothing, clean and in a co

dition to give' comfort and service

to the people of a colder climate wi

be thankfully received. iShoes an

stockings are especially needed, an

it Is hoped that money will be given

that new shoes and stockings may

be purchased, for the need is great

A committee will call on each men

bar of the church and congregation

and contributions may be sent

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

the twentieth of this month, that the

box may be packed as soon as pos

ble after that date, so as not to inter

fere with fair week.
Mrs. C. tL. Bittinger, Secretary.

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Methodist
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m. -Sunday school.

Subject,

11 a. an. Preachin

"Goodly Pearls."

: 3 p. m.- Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Strangers always welcome.
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. Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. TV. H. Dodge, D. D.)

9:45 a. m. Sunday Bchool.
tEverjijody invited to attend the

school. It is a rally day for all of
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Ocala.

11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "IHome Missions."
3 p. m. Junior CNIission Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Watch Ye."
A cordial invitation extended to

the public and all strangers in : the

city.

Baptist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school :
Help the 1000 .per cent plan
11a. m Preaching by the pastor;
Subject, "Self Control."
3:30 p.-in:- Junior Union.

6:30 p. on. -B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Text, "I am the way."
You will fle welcomed.
; East liiporulway Church 1
(CDisciplc of Christ)
Roy B. (Bowers, Pastor.
9:4-5 a. an. Sunday school:
IDr. iR. T. Weaver presiding.
IH a. m. Sermon. The last of
the series of sermons on the Sermon
on the' Mount, being tlie twenty twenty-sixth
sixth twenty-sixth in the series. Subject of this
concluding isermon, "The .Struggle

tXecessary for '"Entrance Into' the

Kingdom ; of (Heaven, or the Way Of

Life."

7: 30 p. m. The first of the, series
of addresses fly business and profes professional
sional professional men of the city. Col. CEl. F.
Rogers, Judge (Lester Warner and
Mr. (Frederick Hocker .-will deliver
the addressee at this first imeeting.
Speakers! Shave tbeen arranged for
five (meetings, the second Sunday
evenings In eacn. month.
Grace Episcopal
The regular servkes of Grace
church will. 'be led tomorrow by Rev.
A. IE. Cornism of Tampa.

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This report is made from

vations taken daily by Mr. FJ G. B.

Weihe, official observer for the soy-

ernment. '.'.',

Max. ,MIn. 7Z. F.

obser-t We will give

CUT OUT PAPER DOLUS

t children a cut out paper dsll.to every

purchaser. Bittin;; z Kni-ht, vDru vDru-",l3ts.
",l3ts. vDru-",l3ts. ' . Ii-C.

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iJCov. 2 .. ..,.78
!Xov. 3 .77
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Fair tonight and tomorrow.
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(Fair tonight and Sunday, except
occasional rains on east coast.

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(Mr. G. W. (Martin, Jr., -representing
Herbert OUxttnor, v;cnt to Invcr-

-. j ncss today to ins nil a beautiful tMch-

lin plane, in the ..;2W hc:r:o of Clr. D.
A. Clark.

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is. ':sr2LSteeJj"v;;:(to;re or-
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THE PAN.IIELLENIC SOCIETY

.tMembers of the Greek letter ira ira-traities
traities ira-traities residing 'in (Marion county

who might be interes'td in the Ocala

(Pan-Hellenic Society 'are requested

to communicate with, one cf ithe un

dersigned. Bunyan, Step hens,
Phil (Robinson,
Dunca:i IMc)onald;

UHCLflSSIFIED "M
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Looal Heeds

STRAYlED--Oct. lt'ti slim terrier

pnip, (black and very light tan,
small I ears,-sihort tail; answers to

the name oi! 'fBcb." (Reward for
Information leading to recovery of

r one'or bothi v Qlrs. C. iR. Tydings;
Oklawaha 4 aVenu?. ll-2-6t

FOR SAL -Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
' Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-tf

FOR REiXT tA ten room house, fur

nished; well located, close in; all

' modern conveniences. Apply at

. Star office; 10-3-tf
FOR eAUffi Homemade, jellies, pre

serves, canned fruits, pickles and

'catsup. (Mrs. P. 'H. Gillen. -4tf

WLAINTED Ten caipenters at once.

Call at the primary school build

ing 1 15-3 1

FOR SAliI Beginning next week, I

will be able to fill orders for the

double white ojitrich plume chrys

anthemums. IMts. P. H. Gillen. 4tf.

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DOST Plain open face gold watch

with short chain attached; some

where on court house square or

between corner Jefferson and Or Orange
ange Orange streets. Finder will, please
leave at Prof. J. H. Brinson's" of

fice. ll-s-6t

WANTED To buy a second-hand
Instantaneous gas water heater.

Must be in good condition. Apply

to Box 223, Ocala. 11-7-tf

FOR SAIE Ford touring car, re

cently overhauled and in perfect
condition; new tires; cheap for
cash. Apply at 4 22 (Magnolia

street. 7-Ct

LOST Brindle bull ibitcft, witn

white collar; lost In. Ocala Friday.

Five dollars reward for recovery.
IE. C. iBeuchler, Anthony. ll-7-2t

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All Blanket-: nr,d: reticles T,cr.:;.cl
-, '"' by -hand, we use "toft water onhr.

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to the man or woman, boy cr girl, wIUng the best poem on th?

earning out the thought usajmems of xeducln ithe hi?;h csti.t ot
living. Poem to contain not over tven ty lints. ,:

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tail bar and Mail Order House. I can, give you the tizt there

is, and as much as any one else In 'business for your money; Gavcia Gavcia-teen
teen Gavcia-teen years in the business vhas taught me what the puili; wantH,
and I am supplying that want.-
JUST A SAM.PLE OF GOODS AND PRICi:S

Good Old 65 Prooi! Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon. C 1 1 RA

Good Old .80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jug3
at per gallon. cp

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

Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other

legitimate house.

Make my -place your headquarters while in the city. Yoi will 3
welcome and be treated right. at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place." i j
The FINEST BEER, you ev,r': dranlcf and ALI KINDS of Ivln bot-
ties and. on draft. i

MMM T,. M8(D)IS9PROPn3CTC

OCALA, FJLOOIDA

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