:si Ljzi li U;ii)V
STUMS ATTEMPTS OF THE
VET BSOKEII THE ALLIED WALL OF STEEL
Paris, JN'ov. 9. Increased action
of the .Germans in the northern
sphere is reported. Three violent
night attacks made by the invaders
against the allies;' dines at Arras
A series of artillery duels are in
progress from the, Belgian frontier
to Arras. The artillery 5 duel -which
Is proceeding along the 'banks of the
canal of the Labassee is said to be
one of the mostterrific in the history
of modern warfare. The big guns
'have been in action night and day.
The (French artillery is outnumber outnumbered,
ed, outnumbered, tout the German infantry and cav cavalry
alry cavalry is in less force than those of the
In the west at Flanders the Ger Germans
mans Germans are still pressing against the
lines of the allies in the vicinity of
Ypres, ib-ut their efforts, to capture
the -main ipositions of, .the Trench,
British and Belgians have so far re resulted
sulted resulted in failure.
DESPKBATK BATTLT1 .RE3A IXS
Havre, tXov. 9.--Following is the
official statement given out this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon by the Belgian war office:
- In the vicinity of Xieuport the sit
uation is almost stationary except
where w'e made a 'slight advance.
An almost complete -calm prevails on
the remainder of the front of left
(west) bank of the Yser. The enemy
still occupies .points of advantage
which our artillery is Mbpmbardlng.
The Germans have bombarded IDix IDix-mund.
mund. IDix-mund. v
The statement indicates that the
Germans have crossed the Yser. Of Official
ficial Official information last week said they
been forced to the east bank.
BIGGEST GUX EVER BOLT
Immense Sixteen-Inch Rifle
Washington, Xov. 8. The exis existence
tence existence of the largest naval gun ever
designed 'became known yesterday
when tests were begun at the Indian
Head proving grounds. ,
It is a sixteen inch rifle, secretly
constructed at- the Washington 'Xavy
Yard, and the new dreadnaughts will
probably be equipped with it. The
new gun has a range of 15 miles and
at least twice the penetration of the
famous German howitzers which de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the (Belgian forts.
COMFORT LODGE NOT CLOSED
Comfort Lodge is still open and
doing ibusiness, and the Star hopes it
will continue to do so.
Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits orgOvercoats made by us
to your individual measure cost yqu only $15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to 320
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.
GEililll LECIIIIIS HAVE IT
BY A TURKISH ABAIY IS REPORT-
EI IN A
Rome, iXov. 9. Th e Ottoman em embassy
bassy embassy announces that a Turkish army
has invaded Egypt.
PROMIXBXT ADVOCATES OF
' EQUAL SUFFRAGE, AMONG
THEM MRS. PAXKHURST
Chattanooga, Nov. 9. Exponents
of female suffrage from all sections
of the country arrived here today
for the opening session of the South Southern
ern Southern Woman's Suffrage, convention.
Mrs. 'Medill LMcCormick, IMrs. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal OPankhurst of London and among
SHIRLEY ABANDONED AT SEA
Whether from War or Accident
H" ' 'J- Not Said
Tokio, Xov. 9 The British steam steamer
er steamer Shirley has -been abandoned in the
Pacific ocean, owing to fire on board.
The captain and crew arrived at
Kobe today, One boat containing
seventeen i missing.
By, request of the family the un unveiling
veiling unveiling of C. (H. Beck's monument is
postponed until Sunday, tXov. 29th.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Sui-geon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
CLOSING OUT ODD AiXD !BXD
STATIOXDRY at reduced (prices at
1 r U 11
, V I )
Pries Sine WrM ter Ml Year AfosisI
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER''' 9,-
Hi FOR CAllA'!!
Aguas C'aIientes,Xov. 9. Twenty
four hour. will determine whetiHr
war ir peace shall prevail in iMexlco.'
(Indications are that ; t wf.I be wai.
Up to an arly hour this morning .no
reply was received fran General Ca:r Ca:r-ranza.
ranza. Ca:r-ranza. The limit expires' at noon to-
COMMOTIOX CAUSES MARTIAL
LAW TO BE PROCLAIMED IN
Constantinople, Xo-v. '9. martial
.law .was proclaimed here today. A
number of arrests have been made
and some of the (prisoners have been
executed. The foregoing would seem
to confirm the dispatch) last week
saying that a revolt had 'broken out
MILITANT OPINIONS OF
VICE PRESIDENT 'MARSHALL
America May Need Fxtensii-e Forti Fortifications
fications Fortifications and a Much Larger
" v;-:: Army .--
' Chicago, Nov. 8. Plans for for fortifying
tifying fortifying the United States from coast
to coast, for enlarging the army capa capable
ble capable of resisting the sternest invasion
and for building the' .greatest 'navy-in
the world, -were outlined yesterday by
Vice President Thomas R. iMarshall.
The; vice president arrived in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago during the aiiorning and went at
once to the Hotel LaSalle.
"Of course we are in hope that
the war will end in disarmament,"
said the vice-president. "But if this
happy end is not attained, then I be believe
lieve believe the people of the United States
aje going to arise "and demand a
greater navy and army.
"If disammament does not come,
the .United States must 'hurry with its
coast protection. (Fortifications must
be built at every necessary point.
There has been much said lately
about the iieeds of the United States
in this direction. Such needs must
be definitely ascertained and taken
care of. ; : ;
Must Enlarge the Army
: ; ' - ;.-
"Of course, the strengthing of the
coast defense will not 'be the only step
to be taken In such an event. We
must enlarge the army. This, too, as
you know, has come in for all sorts of
criticism. But with popular demand
the army can be built into a size and
strength that will repel any invasion.
"The navy, too, -will be improved.
If we start to build up our -navy we
will have the greatest in the world.
It will not merely be a navy that ;an
face any nation in the world, but it
will be able .to .withstand the com combined
bined combined navies of the rest ,of the world.
It will tbe the -greg test Qa.vy In the
world's? history. '- '..
fOf course you unde;'sr;and this
is my ('personal view," said tht vice vice-president
president vice-president with a smile. am only
the fifth wheel, as it .weni."
BETWEEN RUSSL1N AND TURK
ISH FLEETS IS HOURLY..
London, jXov. 9. The next big
naval1 engagement of the war is ex expected
pected expected to take place in the Black Sea
within the nextV few 'hours. The
Turkish fleet apparently has escaped
..from the Bospborus and news that
the Russian, fleet iiasi sailed from
Sebastopol indicates, that the (Rus (Russian
sian (Russian admiralty Intends to stop the
attacks toeing madc !by the Ottoman
warships on Black Sea ports.'
In order that Turkey 'may trans transport
port transport troops by sea without grave dan danger,
ger, danger, it will be necessary for her to
destroy, the Russian fleet,
TEXXESSEE AXI NORTH CARO CARO-LIXA
LIXA CARO-LIXA NOW liXOW WHERE
THEIR BOUXDARIES ARE
;: -''-Washington Nov. 9. The United
States supreme court today decided
the boundary dispute 'between OCorth
Carolina and Tennessee, in favor of
(Xcrth Carolina; The territory involv
ed comprised the sFJick Rock and Tel-
lico river sections, all of which it
was claimed had been ceded by
iXorth Carolina to the United States
in the eighteenth century to make up
the state of Tennessee.
SXOW AXD FREEZIXG
' AVEATHER IX NEW YORK
iMiddletown, iX. Y., Xov. 7-. The
first real snowstorm of the winter
struck this 'section early today and
from one to three inches fell. The
mercury dropped to twelve above
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
We will g:e to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. 11-6.
1 1 it
In I'h ) n
i f j j i j -, j : S I )
LzaU Uli.iu ki
m CAUSIIIG TdEf.l TO 'jILMI TIIH Mil OT.O.
ADDITIOIML SUCCESS AGfilHST THE Orio;j.;:S
P-e trograd, iN'pv. f 9. Offidal an announcement
nouncement announcement was mi d'e' today thatths
4erntan forces which have invaded
lorr.hwestern Polanl have .been driv driven
en driven -back into East Prussia. This
clears; Russian territory of the Inva
ders, except in 4 he, -extreme western
and southwestern parts cf -Russian
Poland, .where the Germans are still
strl'ving to hoid their pbsitlbns
against Tepeated attacks of the Czar's
Additional successes against the
Ottoman forces in' Turkish Armenia
are also officially .reported;
(Many detachments are being trans transported
ported transported through Germany from the
western to the easjtern front.. This re results
sults results in weakening the lines oppos
ing the Anglo-French-Belgian forces
in the west.
READY TO RETREAT
French Say Germans are. Preparing
s to Fall Back from Flanders
Paris, Xov. 8. The, road from
Bruges toward the east in the di
rection of (Ghent, Brussels and JJoa-
vain, has been iblocked' all day by
great columns of 'German troops, ac
companied by artillery detachments
and -many ambulances, transporting
wTounded. GhentT Antwerp, Brussels,
Louyaln and Aix-la-Chapelle- are fill filled
ed filled with German- wounded and these
now arriving at these places cannot
be accommodated because' of the lack
of hospital facilities and the. inade
quacy of medical attendance corp's
The Germans are reported to be
throwing Tip earthworks t wenty miles
in the rear of their present positions
in Flanders in readiness for retrea
CENTER HILL IS SHIPPING
Cukes, Beans and Oranges by the
"Center Hill, Cs'ov. 8. Several car carloads
loads carloads of oranges left this station the
past week; also large shipments of
heans and cukes.
It is estimated that there are 1,000
acres of ibeans now growing in this
Judge ID. S. Williams, secretary of
the Marion County Fair Association,
spent several days here last week in
the interest of the Marion-Sumter
County Fair to be held at Ocala, No November
vember November 24 to 27, inclusive. This
county expects to send a splen lid ex exhibit.
hibit. exhibit. OPEN DAY AXD NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv,
1 it ij.M'
-it. , j. B i'liJtanJ
U L Li
4 Ij L tj
3APAJr CAN 'MAKE IIHl OVm
tfjEfibis' "WITH rB llE i GEBitAlffi :.
Tokio, Csov, 9, ;The final pie etlns
o.t the -Germans and: Xapaneifi tullitary
rtprtrsentatives to aiTange' the. details
of ths surrender of (Xiao Chim to tho j
i PI 1 h M' I'll :
iAJiea took .placo this mo:rninj.?Tfjc T
cemmatder of the fBrltish .force j, 1
which aa.sitcd!ln the. reduction of Vao
conditions'. which f,uit?d the Ja,pac
' ..The. "Japanese will take pesscssion
of Kio ovirnv t morrow. f
Tae opinion" is expressed by auihor auihor-ltative,'
ltative,' auihor-ltative,' journals that 'German influ influence!
ence! influence! in the iFar East has beei" V-Ipo!
oit':,forever." ";;- ''
CAN. SUPPLY COIN FOR COTTON"
Lcnl 'Authority States It AVill ie No
Violation of Latr t
-Washington, Nov. 3. .No Uola-
tioh of Federal anti-trust lawV is
threatened 'by the cotton loan -fund
plr.n perfected by bankers and ni am ambers
bers ambers of the Federal Qeserve Beard,
according to an opinion handed down,
late yesteiday by Attorney .General
Gregory, at the request of President
Bucces3 of the $:13a,000,000 cotton
pool 13 now believed by, treasury ofH ofH-cials
cials ofH-cials to 'be assured. .More than ?S0, ?S0,-000,000
000,000 ?S0,-000,000 of the $100,000,000' to be ;
raised among northern banks already ;
has ftnsen subscribed and practically
all of the remainder, it is understood :
has been promised on condition of
a favorable opinion from' the attorney
general. New (England financiers it
was said, were Teluctant to enter tba
.plan until definitely assured that we,
method of raising the fund would bo,
construed as lawful..
Exobange your old gun 'for a nev
one. Ve will allow you all we can
for your old one and sell you a
ew one at a very low price. Ocala
Pawn and Loan Office. "Why Pay
iFor chapped, cracked skin, use
de.ightfully soothing Rexall cream
of almonds. Gerig's. ad tf
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store; 10-1-tt
: CARN BUILDING, OCALA
THE OCAJLA EVENING ST. it. 3IOXDAY, NOVEMBER Oa 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice a3 second class matter.
One year, in advance. ..... $5.00
Six months, in advance. . . 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, in advance 50
One year- in advance.. .... $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
The allies won't carve Turkey at
this Thanksgiving. Maybe by the
If Germany could turn the clock
of time back to July 1, and know
what she knows now, there would be
The defeat of Spoilsman Sullivan
in Illinois was probably due to the
fact that a lot of democrats voted
The lAlachua County Fair opens a
week from tomorrow. It promises
to be a great occasion, and next to
their own fair, tho people of (Marion
should take an interest in it.
fact that it is our fair as well as fMa
rlon's. We should .not let this golden.
opportunity pass to display our re resources
sources resources and advantages. Every town
in the county should get busy. We
have itho goods and all we have to
do is to get them up and display
them. INow let everybody send
something to the fair. Sumter's day
will be (November 25th. (Let's make
that dat a banner day." :
BUSINESS ACTIVITY IN OCALA
The woes of Belgium 'have "been
known to the 'world for weeks, but
It is just beginning to filter thru the
lines of censors that the people of
(Poland are' probably in a worse
Of the big companies that have
been chartered, or which are now ap applying
plying applying for charter, published 5n the
Star alone, during the past ninety
days, are the following which will
show that there is plenty of business
activity in this section:
The tMarion Bottling & Ice Cream
Company, to do a general bottling
business and manufacture ice cream
for the trade.
The Louis 'R. Chazal Sons Co., to
do a general real estate business and
carry on farming and kindred lines
The iFlorida Soft Phosphate & Lime
Co., whose headquarters will he in
Ocala and works in 'Marion county,
a three quarters of a million dollar
corporation of IXew York capital,
which will do a great work in this
section mining and marketing agri agricultural
cultural agricultural 15me and phosphate for do domestic
mestic domestic use.
The Florida iMortgage & Farm Co.,
a half million dollar concern whose
aims are to buy, sell and kievelop
real estate, handle (bonds and mort
gages and faring in to the section
The T. J. Bernard Company, prin-
, After .filling the papers up with cipal offices in Fort (McCoy, a local
war for three months, how refresh- company whose aim is to farm and
ing it would toe to "he average jour- deal in live stock and st0ck raising
nalist to dope out (to his readers the nn n Ytpnsivp craiP
The editorial writer of the Tampa
Times is as progressive as any, but it
Is easy to see, by an occasional ref reference,
erence, reference, that the pretty, old-fashioned
things of the (past, of which the
speed-hunger of the present have
Tobbed us, have a cherished place in
The Tampa printer who printed
that pamphlet for Thomas ithe rov roving
ing roving automobilist, says that he print printed
ed printed but 2,000 copies. Clearwater
IMr. Thomas was in Ocala with his
little scheme, but our Beard of
Trade turned him down.
details of some comparatively light
and trifling horror, like the sinking
of the Titanic cr the burning of tho
The (Marion Mercantile Company,
to deal in general merchandising with
a capital of $25,000.'
The Marion County Realty Com
pany, -to buy, sen ana own real es-
One great reason why Germany tate and do any kind of business
made war, they say, was that she along that line
has 'to have room for her overcrowd- 'The!Smitli Grocery Company. $10,-
ing speculation. It will be much 000 capital stock, incorporated to do
thinner when the war is over. But a general grocery business.
:uiere wouia nave Deen plenty or in addition to these, many new
room in America for all the good businesses have been developed that
Germans .who have fallen on the have not been incorporated, and
battlefields or gone down in the sea there has been published in the 'Ban-
in the last three months.
not only the Armenian
Christians, but by the Turks, who
believe in the Old Testament chron chronica
ica chronica as firmly as the Jews. Up to a
century or so ago, there was a tra tradition
dition tradition firmly believed by most of the
Christian world that 'Noah's ark,
miraculously 'preserved, was still to
be seen on top of the mountain, and
any man who .secured a splinter-
'from it (would be immune from the
power of the evil one. The tradition
was fortified by the fact that Ararat
is such a high mountain that com comparatively
paratively comparatively few people have ever
reached the crest of It, difficulty of
the climb and the terrors of the
windstorms that almost constantly
sweep it being added to foy legends
firmly believed in by all the people
of the country round about that a
legion of devils dwelt on top of the
mountain and vigorously opposed all
who tried to reach the ark.
w- 4.A V U A-i VI
As less than 1,600
names are needed to make one fourth
of the total registered voters of the
county, the majority was considered
CHECKS FOR STRANGERS
iVVhen will people stop cashing
checks for people whom they do not
know and never saw or heard 'of be before.
fore. before. 'An Ocala (business .man cash cashed
ed cashed a check a few days ago for a rank
stranger, whose bill with him was
probably a couple of dollars and is
now stuck for more than seventy si si-'moleons,
'moleons, si-'moleons, with about as -much chance
to collect the money, or even jail the
swindler as he has spf straddling the
imoon. ; iHe says "never again for
him," hut will he stick vto it. This
practice has cost the fousiness men of
Ocala in the past (many thousands of
ner, several charters for companies,
otherthan the above and the agre-
IBditor Straub of the St. Peters- gate of them all is very consider-
"burg Times is in troupe, again, able
ithree members of the Pinellas coun
ty hoard of commissioners having Mr. iarion JLittle, grand master
sued him for criminal libel, on ac- Gf the Florida Grand Lodge of Odd
count of his criticisms on some of Fellows, leaves in a few days for
their official acts. (Editor Straub Eustis, where he goes to install a
writes plainly somewhat too plain- subordinate lodge of this splendid
ly sometimes. But the people' of organization. Scarcely a week pass-
ibi'S county can't afford to allow him es that Mr. .Little does not iperform
to foe muzzled. v work of this character for his lodee.
and a more faithful or .willing
The eleventh annual convention of worker is not to be found in the
the National Rivers and Harbors state. (His home lodge-r-Tulula No.
Congress will be held at the New ?2 is exceeding proud of his record
"Willard hotel in Washington, (Dec. 9, of the past twenty-six years In the
10 and 11. The Oklawaha region local jurisdiction as well as In all
should be represented. The (big rail- parts of the state.
ways of the United tStates are trying
to (prevent Improvement to the wa- J The 'workers for the advancement
terways, and they have met with or the -business men s class in the
ifair success so far. (Methodist -Sunday school 'were high
ly elated at the splendid response to
On the last issue of the Sumter i yy lftl6c aucuuduw
Countv Times, anoears a very un- yesterday. Including a number of
timely as well as untruthful and in- -visitors the class yesterday number-
temnerate letter from A. H. Cole, !imeiy-' wmuu 1S ,oy Iar xne
attacking the Marion-Sumter 'Fair, largest attendance since its organi-
and advising the people of Sumter zation some six months ago. Inter-
not to send anv exhibits to it on ac- 111 tne ciass ana aiso m ttie
count of the disnute foetween the ekly OI tne lessons creases
fair management and the W. C. T. I wh every "meeting, ana. umess signs
1 fnH f Via t -n V m rr r cm 4- xi ill
realize their goal of a
members by January 1.
ed to the entire satisfaction of the
W. C. T. U., and at its wxrst it never
called for the attack of Dir. Cole,
rarhn makes several allegations that The 'Star is informed that 'the vet-
are both silly and untrue. The Star eran printer-journalist, (Major George
F-rfHnr firnhflm hnc: Butler, will begin .publishing the
not heard that the matter has been Weekly Bee at Branford 'Nov. 20.
KttlPd. and the Ocala V. C. .T. TT. (Here is success to his venture.
are now working for the fair as
heartily as anybody, else he would The armies of Russia and Turkey,
hardly have printed iMr. Cole's let- fighting in (Armenia, are much of the
iter. His own opinion of the fair is time in sight of 'Ararat, the great
shown, however, in -the following mountain on 'which according to
editorial expression in the same is- tradition iNoah's Ark rested after
sue of his paper: the flood. Ararat is one of the
"Every one who can should get up world s great mountains, its crest
something to send to the iMarion- rising higher than the top of Pike's
Sumter Fair. Don't overlook the Peak, and It is held in religious ven-
If the "wets" do not bestir them
selves mightity, the county of Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough will soon be dry, and it may
be for all they can do.
The cutting off of Pinellas county
and the desire to redistrict the coua
ty, the changes in the method of reg
istering made by the last legislature,
systematic, concentrated work on the
part of the dry faction and over-con
fidence and lack of unity among the
60 saloon owners of Tampa, and half
a dozen at Plant City has brought
about a condition in iHillsborough
that the wets fear will overthrow
them. While there are so many sa
loons in the county, there are some
twenty odd less than a couple of years
ago and about four firms, in Tampa
at least, practically control the sa
loon business there. "These men have
not been working in harmony, have
failed to see after 'the registering
and proper districting of the known
wet voters, while the dry factions
have been laboring earnestly, in a
very quiet way, and have register
ed, so they say, sufficient men to
carry the county' dry by a. safe ma majority.
jority. majority. iNow they are busy obtain obtaining
ing obtaining a petition to call an election to
determine whether liquor can be sold
or not, and claim they will have no
trouble to get ample signers to call
an election, and do not anticipate
anj' trouble in carrying Hillsborough
Just think of it old iHillsborough,
the strongly fortified stronghold of
the wets for so many years, likely
to go 'dry- The wets have foolishly
depended on the "heavy foreign popu population"
lation" population" that could never be won by
the drys. Unfortunately, for them,
th3 foreigner, or thousands of them;
car.notj vote," either never having been
properly registered or having neglect neglected
ed neglected to do so, under the new law, those
of !iem who have been naturalized.
There are very heavy 'property in interests
terests interests in Tampa owned by. liquor
me:; and especially the Tampa Brew Brewing
ing Brewing Co., but they have 'possibly wait waited
ed waited too long and may fight a losing,
ed too long and may fight a losing
To give an idea of how it Is going,
there is only one saloon open in
Plant City, where, we understand
there were six last year. Good paTty
generalship on the part of the drys
has done this, by skillfully handling
the matter of districting, registering
or, by contesting applications and pe
titions, etc., made possible by the
newT state laws and local conditions
and district lines.
Should Hillsborough go dry iPInel-
lass county, just across the bay, or to
foe anore explicit; ISt. Petersburg, will
do a booming .business in the wet
goods line, but maybe transitory, for
Pinellas is only wet 'by an accident,
as it were, and an electionJis sure to
'be called soon, with the probable re
sult of a dry county.
With this kind of a situation
Ocala would ibe the only oasis for the
thirsty, on the north, and south, there
would be nothing till Key West was
reached, some three hundred miles
This condition would make the
Ocala saloon people fine mail order
pickings, but on the other hand
would be an added incentive to the
drys to make the fight of their lives.
The condition that has jeopardized
Hillsborough's liq ror traffic, does not
exist in this county, where the sa saloon
loon saloon men, whatever else they may
have done or left undone, have nev never
er never fallen out among themselves but
have pulled together and stuck to together
gether together and with an undivided front
have managed, so far, to repel the at-
tacks of the drys.
Sufficient Names Have Reen Secured
Sunday's Tampa Tribune says:
"Call for an election to settle the
wet and dry issue in all likelihood
will be issued by the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners at their, regular meeting Mon Monday,
day, Monday, the petition of the dry element
having been found to contain more
than the required number of voters
for such an election. The work of
checking up the list of names was
carried on until 6:30 last night, when
1,001 names of qualified voters foadi
HOW TO REMOVE A
V SERIOUS HANDICAP
Ti m es-Union Short Talks : Th e
Ocala Star says that the principal of
the high school in that city has wisely
ordered that the course in domestic
science foe elective and not compul
spry. The editor of the Star says
that while this course may foe and
probably is, more beneficial than iLat
in it entails an expense upon the pa parents,
rents, parents, and this is not always practic
able. "It is ipossible, also," adds the
Star, that the pupils whose parents
are able to stand the extra expense
best need the instruction the most."
The point Is well made, for in the
homes of the well-to-do it very often
happens that the children are not ex expected
pected expected or even allowed to gain a
knowledge of domestic duties that
will certainly become necessary in la
ter life. The girl who has never
been in the kitchen, (because her folks
are rich and the servants do not like
to have children bothering about, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, is seriously handicapped when
she starts in her own foome, not nec necessarily
essarily necessarily to cook, but to have charge
over others and foe responsible for
the way in iwhich the income Is
1 ii t ss S : y
USE OUR SUCCESSFUL, TRIE1
CULTIVATING YOUR SOIL AND YOU
REST CROPS 'POSSIBLE.11
WILL .-GET THE
IT IS A WASTE NOT TO BUY THE BUST IMPLE IMPLEMENTS;
MENTS; IMPLEMENTS; THEY COST NOTHING THEY ARE AN INVEST INVESTMENT
MENT INVESTMENT WHICH SAVES 31 ONE Y.
WE ALWAYS CAN FURNISH ALL PARTS OF THE IM IMPLEMENTS
PLEMENTS IMPLEMENTS E SELL.
CITRUS EXCHANGE WILL
MAKE BIGGER SHIPMENTS
Tampa Tribune: That the Flori Florida
da Florida Citrus Fruit Exchange this season
will control double the amount of
Florida's fruit crop than ever before
was the statement yesterday of. Gen General,
eral, General, (Manager 'L. D. Jones, who com commented
mented commented on the large amount of fruit
which has been placed in the hands
of the exchange recently. iHe de declared
clared declared also that good prices may be
expected- during the season, in spite
of the unfortunate shipment into the
markets of large quantities of green
fruit. Shipments of fruit over the
state, for the last week, said -Mr.
Jones, have been very slack, show showing
ing showing that. the growers have begun to
realize their mistake. The next fruit
to reach the mar'ket will be fully ma matured
tured matured and will meet ready sale.
Phone 118, : !i
OGALA, .' FLORID" s
Mr. J. B. Hayes, of the firm of
IHayes b Guynn," says foe is in the fix
of the "old 'woman who had -so many
children that she didn't? know what
to do"; he doesn't know how to do
! justice to the many bargains they
are advertising for their foig Anni Anniversary
versary Anniversary Sale, which begins Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. One thing he does know, tho,
and that is that "it pays to adver-
ise," and hes doing it iwlth a ven
8 11 A, 7A ,. taf:l
TO ENHANCE' YOUR
iMr. J. .E. Stevens, manager for the
Crystal (Fish & Oyster Company, was
In the city iSaturday on his way to
Georgia to look after 'business for
his company. IMr. Stevens secured
some good fousiness in Ocala and
says his company ds doing well and
the industry is thriving at Crystal
JRiver. ' ':i:r--jA
Several auto loads of Ocalans
spent Sunday at Salt Springs. This
is rapidly coming into -prominence
as a resort for people in this part of
the state, and the prospects are that
many improvements for the comfort
of visitors will shortly foe made
WOMlANS DUTY IX THIS WORLD IS TO LOOK
BEAUTIFUL. ADD TO YOUR NATURAL CHARMS THE
FASCINATION OF, GLITTERING JEWELRY. IT WILL
YIELD PLEASURE TO YOURSELF AND A '-GREAT DELIGHT
TO OTHERS. OUR STORE GLEAMS WITH PRETTY OB OBJECTS
JECTS OBJECTS IN GOLD AND SILVER AND PRECIOUS STONED.
BUY 'YOUR JEWELRY FROM US. W'E DON'T CARRY THC
CHEAP,' TAWDRY STUFF, BUT HONEST GOODE HON HONESTLY
ESTLY HONESTLY PRICED.
A. E. BURNETT
f 0 a Per sog;:rao
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
I is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is nr Cuclnecs,
Uhlan, the world's champion, trot trotter,
ter, trotter, broke his own record at Rich Richmond
mond Richmond last week. Tie trotted an
eighth of. a mile in thirteen seconds
flat. iHis best time before that was
r Mr, JavTd Sellers, one of Electra's
industrious farmers, who was in
town one day lasf weeTc with a wagon
load of excellenl: Parson Brown or oranges,
anges, oranges, had no trouble in selling
them. He say4; there will be much
good fruit in his section this season.
V Th e Postal, .Telegra ph Co. h"a s
equipped Its -messenger boys with
handsome uniforms. They are a
spry set of chaps, and show up -well
in their neat blue suits.
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
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ADS OFFER BETTER f
itT Th -y C -hm rift
furm r TT ..Trim I w,
TH fU(LK BfTWftK ft AJCD 9 AI
iMQnx ram ma. rSACT.
ami. kHJalA EVE.LG STAK. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1014
The Better Wall-Board
OpHERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way o sava the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's lafc-r c 'kv to cut en the
con cf rat?ri.I a v.-w'to tuiM
better set pcr:r.srir..t w ;';;
WOKK FOK COl'XTV WOMKX
IM-irable nesting Place in the
Towj.a fr r V!itrr from I'ural
do I'.a v.
; i V T T.'.i 'u,' "'A. ?:
men ;. v, ,r,',y v'o&r. expert jvb.; ;
A Ba;'f-r-I'oi.! v Vil c: n be pan panelled
elled panelled an! --.i;.iUo;L& :Ts&ry Laat;'
Pe manner t Wails at
ID ADO A HD dcecn'i chip
"" or crack it m-ikisa permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Eadger-Eoard s.nd sk us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for' prices
x uud samples
J D. "McCASKILL,
State Agent, OCALA, FLA
2,000 BOXES OF
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced bat no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of orange now-' on 'trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. So Savage, Jf
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phone 123, OCA LA, FLA
UNDERTAKERS and -EMBALMERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-;
; Em-; balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. -McIVER-. ... 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
"Go'Worfli- by Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares." Besi
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H.C. AVERY, Agent,
Rest rooms for country women will
he e"5ta":"shed!n many Southern clt clt-.
. clt-. i if ti3 surs-esifon recently maie
. hy 7)r. J. D. E.leston or ine Virgin
-la Poiyi'.chnlz Jn:si::ue, ElacKsburg
, Virginia, id carrier! out. The Insti
tute Is t e aric iltral college of the
Oil Dominion r.nd its -president is
; l.n:,--.vn' Through his state as a man
?-?n!y : iters'-:: el In the welfare o
t!'e r.:ral folk. .and this interest is no
err finei! -to t;e men and -boys. H
Ions h? insisted -that the wife and
' daughter of. the fr.r:ner --are impor
tant fa;?rs in the agricultural prob
lem, parriculsriy when the human
elation is considered.
! He v.-nts the tcards cf trade
rhambcr of commerce or other
i forms o bas:ne-3 men's associations
; to provide -a r.iitable p!ace in each
r town or citv -which women from the
' country- distriets may use for head-
: quarter ?, when they are in town shop-
'. ving. 7 M3 suggestion of the Virgin
f ia educator wa3 one of several he
made. in. his reply to the question
naire se it out hy the Southern Set Settlement
tlement Settlement and Development Organiza-
t tion to agricultural bodies, commer
rcial organizations and agricultural
colleges cf the Southern states on
j the sabje2t of closer cooperation be
tween the city man and the farmer.
and it reads as follows:
"There is one thing I should like
very much to see started in Virginia,
and that Is to have every town in the
K'ate provide a good meeting place,
j r re.U rcom, for the women 'who
?o:ne In from the country districts to
the town to make purchases. These
good country women come in and usa
ally spend the entire day, and so far
I know there is not a rest room pro-
vlded by any (business organization
for these women. A good rest room
centrally located, where these women
could go and leave their bundles and
rest from time to time during the
day would create a most favorable
impression, aside from the fact that
It would ibe of untold comfort for the
The Southern Settlement and 'De 'Development
velopment 'Development 'Organization at once 'bul 'bulletined
letined 'bulletined 'Dr. iEggleston's suggestion to
all the commercial bodies in the
Southern states on the theory that
if rest rooms were good things for
Virginia 'women they were good
things for the country women of all
the' Southern; states and the respons responses
es responses which have 'been received indicate
that 'before long a number of -Southern
cities will have the "Eggleston
rest rooms.' Iri some places the wo women's
men's women's clubs have been asked' to co cooperate
operate cooperate in opening and -maintaining,
with the. financial backing of the lo local
cal local association of business men, rest
rooms for country women and thus,
in a simple social way establish poihts
of contact with the. 'women from the
farm which would tend to develop
friendly relations between the country-
women1 arid the city 'women, to
their rmutual 'benefit. It has been
pointed out that the getting together
of the rural and urban, women
through the establishment of rest
rooms 'will strengthen and broaden
fellowship -and practical cooperation
between farmer and the business man
which "has long :been desired.
It is suggested that an Eggleston
rest room should be located at a con convenient
venient convenient center and be furnished with
chairs, tables, toilet conveniences, tel telephone,
ephone, telephone, writing desk, city directory,
drink'ing water, good light "and be
well ventilated. Provision also to be
made for the caring for the little
ones for the country women frequent
ly bring children 'with them. If the
women's clubs assume the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for the care of the rooms, hos
tess committees could be selected to
be in personal attendance, but prob.i
blv in some of the larger cities, a
salaried attendant will be employed.
Vestees and Collars in Fall Styles
. Ridicule Men Afraid of War.
London. "Wanted Petticoats for
strong, ablebodied young men not in
the army" 4s a sample of personal ad
vertisements in the columns of London
papers since it has become evident
that recruiting the army up to the
strength desired by General Kitchener
is to be slow work.
Another reads: "Doctor's wife, mid
dle aged, will undertake the work of
any tramway conductor, coachman.
shop assistant, or other married work
er with children, provided that worker
will undertake to enlist and fight for
his country in our hour of need. All
wages earned will be turned over to
the wife and family. Apply Mrs. Low-
ry, 1 Priory terrace, Kewgreen, S. W.
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocila. Fla.. Expert worK
enaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Latttier
W. TV. Kimball Co., Ocalau
Wounded Nine Times.
Ostend. Among the French wound
ed in recent fighting was a dragoon
with six bullet and three bayonet
-wounds in the upper part of his body.
He was expected to recover.
PRETTY WINDOW DISPLAY
See the pretty window -display of
French Toilet ware at A. OB. Burnett
'the jeweler. 11-7-tf-dly
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I'u mane sure oi a dil oi wnne next
the face is to be sure of added be be-comingness
comingness be-comingness in coat cr gown. Vestees
and collars in one, or collars alone,
are the dominating features in fall
neckwear, and they are shown In many
fabrics and a still greater number of
Nearly all of these smart accessories
are made of washable fabrics, al although
though although fragile chiffons and silk mus muslins
lins muslins and the finest of silk crepes are
utilized to make the short-lived glory
of some of them. But crisp freshness
and immaculate cleanliness belong to
the vestee and collar; are the essen essential
tial essential reasons for their existence, in
fact, so that all the finest and sheerest
of wash fabrics are employed in their
making. These include organdie,
swiss, thin lawns, swiss embroidery,
batiste, mulls, nets, voiles and laces.
The choice is wide enough.
Collars and vestees made the firm
er weaves in wash fabrics are finished
with hemstitching and often decorated
with tucks. Insertions and narrow
edgings of fine lace or the finest em embroideries
broideries embroideries are used on them.
The daintiest of these neck pieces
.re prettily ornamented with sprays of
I wish to call the attention of the
adies of the county and city to the
fact that I. now have an experienced
sewing machine repair man and if
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me personally 'he will
call on you and do any, needed re repairing
pairing repairing or regulating on your ma
chine, no matter' -what kind of ma
chine you may have.
Respectfully, B. Goldman,
1-1-2-tf Ocala, Fla.
Put It Up to the Hogs.
A blacksmith in a small Connecticut
town who occasionally gees o pro
tracted sprees vas seen figuring on
the, barn door and later throwing five
bushels of com on the ear into the
pen where he had six hogs, and as
he turned away he was heard to say:
'Tb-re, blast you, if you are prudent
that will last ye."
embroidery. Narrow plaited frills
make possible a great variety in deco decoration.
ration. decoration. -Hemstitching, embroidered
dots, and small pearl or covered but buttons
tons buttons are additional factors that go to
make. up the endless variety one finds
Roll-over collars are leaders in pop popularity,
ularity, popularity, combined either with long
vestees or short dickies. Severe de designs,
signs, designs, like that shown in the picture
given here, of sheer organdie, are
charmingly delicate. A plain roll-over
collar to which net ties are attached
is decorated with tiny black pearl but buttons
tons buttons and makes a stunning finish for a
Vestees and roll-over collars of
pique are compelling attention. Re Recently
cently Recently dress sets showing collar and
cuffs to match, or collar, vestee and
cuffs, proclaim the revival of an old
but fine style, well worthy of a new
There is literally no end to the
number of designs in neckwear. With
so many fabrics available and a free
field for the play of fancy in a world
of inexpensive materials we are likely
to find new things every day.
JULIA B OTTO M L E Y.
I wonder bow msny people who
suffer tortures with their feet in hot
weather, agonies of aching, burning,
swelling and extreme tenderness,
know that a raw potato, peeked and
Jut in half and well rubbed over
them every night and morning will
cure the trouble? Or, failing that, a
good daily soaking in strong cold lea?
Or that the worst soft corns wili yield
to a treatment of salt ordinary salt
applied L;ht and morning?
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGESTION
Brick City Cider and White Vinegar, in quarts end
SOc Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at. 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes. :
New Pecans fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes.
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.
TTT 7T TTTs TT T- ,'
r c y
To the Rescae
in Blood Diseases
Just tlie Help Needed to Over-
come Worst Troubles.
It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion become
discouraged and despondent. Here
j are a few words of hope 'and cheer
for them ly IMrs. -Blanche (Bowers,
Indiana, Pa.: "For years my diges digestion
tion digestion was so poor that I could scarcely
"eat the lightest -foods. It ried every every-things
things every-things that I heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and get a bottle of them, did I
find the right treatment. I soon be began
gan began to improve and since taking a
few bottIes of them my digestion is
fine." For sale by all dealers. ad
"Papa was very polite at dinners dinners-observed
observed dinners-observed small Margie. "In serving
the ladies he said "dressing because
they like to dress, but in serving tue
gentlemen he called it.". ntui!lng. ,' be be-cause
cause be-cause ..they -aJ ways wnct o ir.ucli to
r i no
TH7E have just added to our business, a large
v and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.
O CALA, FTORIDA
: ail in. m mi in Viar
IIS rTSN!! !' ia "!(y
Teams For' Hcnt Ugbt and Heavy H
f vm I "I wm i
fT,l 1 CI. 1
Shipping of Freight,
' '' jS- -'meat. ,Jm -' ViT'Wttrn ft.
f .' (
Superior to Plrfcr
i or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
. COLLIEE MMDS., Proprielo
BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR
In f. S. S., tlie f zm or.s blood purifier,
is tlie crreatest natural repair crew known.
It ? an aativlote for germs, that once let
Ioosp, multiply ?) fast that a definite dis disease
ease disease is apparent over night. And yet so
powerful U tLff irJIi.tnce cf S. S. S. that
like a vast army it spreads all through
the blood, checks disease, opens up a'l the
valves of escape and throws out disease
throusra th? luns,. kidneys, bladder, bowels
Do n .t become panic stricken if a rash
or boils cr eruptions Inflame the skin.
Nature is d?n? br bst but Nature Is at
the same t'e calling for help, and in
S. S. S. Is just the kind of help Nature
demands, for it is a pure vegetable remedy
with an action that vigorously follows the
blood channels and cleans and repairs as
It goe3 alon?. Ia every community are
people who know this to be true. They
have used S. S. S. and are blood clean,
through and through.
Get a bottle cf S. S. S. today at any
drug store. Ive out these destructive
germs that cnt:se skin eruptions, sore throat,
swollen gland blooi risings, painful rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic loinrs. chronic bronchitis, and most
al! conditions cf d3ase. Head the folder
around th battle that tells about the great
work b'-ia? d ne to assist sufferers- If you
rrouhi know more about the blood and its
treatment, write for special book to The
Swift pechlc Co.. 52 Swift Eldg., Atlanta,
"Three years ago (when I was liv
ing m nttsburg. one of my children
hai a hard cold and coughed tireal tireal-fully.
fully. tireal-fully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough 'Remedy and it bene benefited
fited benefited him at once. 1 find it the best
cough medicine for children because
it is pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it," writes Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This,
remedy contains no opium, and imay
be given a child as confidently as to
aa adult. Sold iby all dealers. ad
Practical Use of Seismograph.
Probably the most unusual purpose
to which the seismograph has ever
been put is that of determining the
amount of vibrations in a' locomotive
as a result of unbalanced driving driving-wheels.
wheels. driving-wheels. Engineers have devised
some ingenious methods of cutting
down this vibration which means a
gifiutiy decreasrr on?nmption of coaL
OPEN Dai AND NIGHT
Saturdays to Lest Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you
And if the teams could talk -they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest (lay of the week, which 2s a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yoursr.
The Secret of a Good Figure
often lies In the brassiere. Hundreds of tIio':crir:cl ct women
-wear ths Licn-Jol'.c tralcre f r t.'.c rcnfxjTj Crt V. cy rer;srtt
it a? ncce-arv ?i a eon-t. it fur v,ut,t rnu back
and gives the lljrxire the youthful ,out;in -fashion dcvTces.
ii i-1 ,.i
arc thAifrtb:f rrv f 'rv5Mh1 :
f?.7 TTT .irmentn inTTfjri.-.nblc. OVy tUc
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1 iiwi vi ir. rcf ?rrnt'Ii:r.ibiiiiy .-illutlv
rt::;tl'j;i ';ttir.f l.-xur.clv-ri.-ij wit!:out ixrr.t, r..
T1 (7 fr.-z r1! 3 rrl yn- "ca Dry GfVUdeur
Will rl.o. r'y.tri to yt t-ri n uc"l. If hdon : not.' arry If.c.i.
he ci n t -r r-t t1, c"-,i f r V"U by vriJinsr lo i". S't'S frr
an ii!u..trl.; I )'-::Cf.!j(rvini??:ty!cst.ru tro in LI.;'.i f tver.
. b;::;ja:.ii:: joh::es
50 Varrca Street
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Merchant's Cafe, A. C, L. depot
corner. Meals .-a la carte and lunches
at any ior. A3v.
' GRAHAM BROTHEOS, Lessees,'
. - : r ; 4 ,. -' ; '-"-..; ' ;..r. .V; ;
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
THE'OCAIiA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, XOVEMI1EII 9. 1914
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this
nVhat 3s a Woman's Club? A meet meeting
ing meeting ground
For those of purpose, great and
broad and. strong,
Whose aim is toward the stars who
To make the patient, listening world
With sweeter music; purer, nobler
'A place where kindly, helpful -words
And kindlier deeds are done; who-
bearts are fed;
Where wealth of brain for poverty
And hand grasps hand, and soul finds
touch with soul.
This is a woman's clu'bi a haven fair,
Where toilers drop an hour their
load of care.".
Uu-siiiess Meeting at
The first business meeting of the
(Woman's Club for the .winter was
held at the club house Saturday, "Xov.
17th, at 3 o'clock, .with the president,
'.Mrs, C. iR. Tydings in the chair, and
ri th Mrs. IE. T. Tlelvenston secre secretary
tary secretary pro tern.
A motion was made and carried to
postpone reading of the minute3 un until
til until later in the afternoon as several
chairmen of t standing committees
wished to make their reports and be
'excused to keep another engage engagement.
ment. engagement. Reports of committees were
airs. "R. S. Hall of social center,
reported that she had invited iMiss
TCellie Stevens principal of the pri primary
mary primary school, to cooperate with the
committee and help to inaugurate a
mother's meeting to 'be held once a
month at the school house. The work
oT distributing magazines, begun last
year, was to be continued and the
women throughout the country en encouraged
couraged encouraged and agisted in every ,pos ,pos-Kible
Kible ,pos-Kible way in tlu improvement o-f
Iiome conditions. eMr. Fagg of Jack Jack-sonville
sonville Jack-sonville had consented to address
the club on the subject of the child children'
ren' children' home of which he is the -head.
The .treasurer, Mrs. J. 'D. RobeTt RobeTt-'son
'son RobeTt-'son made a splendid report of mon money
ey money received since last 'May. j The
lotel xeceipts amounted to $4,98S,71,
'-S700 nf T.vlilr-1-i :tilT rpmnins In the
treasury, the rest having been paid
Her report was adopted.
There were no reports from the
art, animal 'protection and social com--.raitlees.7
The custodian, Mrs. W. A.
Coin, stated that her committee was
responsible for everything in the
club house, especially everything .in
.eiifc lea room, and requested that
nothing belonging to the club toe re re-.moved
.moved re-.moved from the building and that
"sandwiches and other refreshments
ibe brought to the club house in cov coverings
erings coverings or vessels which need not be
XSd reports from the committees
on civics, forestry and home eco economics.
nomics. economics. iFrom the 'health committee
it was reported that each month the
Xys3cians were called up and re re-cruested
cruested re-cruested to keep well posted the -statistics
on births and deaths. 'It was
reported from the Junior Civic
League that, though Comfort Lodge
"fiad been abandoned, there were still
ciany things for this tband of girls
to accomplish. The use of the club
rooms for a meeting place was ten-
dered them by a vote of the cluh.
.From the canning club, IMrs. J. R.
Moorhead reported that this year
over 7000 cans of vegetables had
been put up, an increase of 3000 over
last year. A small donation from the
dub was asked to ibuy prices for the
exhrbits of the canning club girls at
the coming county fair, and the re-
-qruest being granted, tbe ipy was
woled to ibe placed at iMr. vToor
head's disposal for the purpov-. as
she stated that she had only $15 on
"band, whereas last year $100 had
been given her.
lAn invitation was extended to all
cluh members to join the study
class, which has decided to take up
parliamentary law and current events
in connection with a special course
of study, to ,be decided on at the
first meeting to foe held next (Friday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the club
room. The corresponding secretary
reported that she 'had written fifty-
seven delinquent club members, that
;i was ready to Teceive the dues for
the present year and that several
notes of condolence had been writ-
Minutes of the last club meeting
ryj ?..-fnv and executive board meetings
f-sinus that time, were read and ap approved.
proved. approved. (Mrs. Olocker reported from the
'ibuilding committee that $4,500 had
Xeen -paid on the club house of which
52,500 was cash, raised by contribu-
department call phone 106)
tions, entertainments, etc., by the
club. The other $2,000 had been
borrowed and a mortgage given on
the property. $300 of this was to be
paid in January, the other $1500 was
tojbe paid in five years. There had
been contributions to the building
fund from about thirty members and
it is expected that every member
who had not done so would contri contribute
bute contribute without toeing called upon, but
if they did not do this they would be
asked individually. The .work, con connected
nected connected with the 'building of the club
house had been in the hands of three
committees, namely, construction,
collection and .finance committees.
'Mrs. Gary made a motion that they
be given a vote of thanks for the
splendid manner in which they had
accomplished their undertakings.
'Mrs. Tydings then read a letter
from the Springfield Club of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, offering the name of airs.
Jennings for nomination as president
of the federation a.t the coming con convention
vention convention at Lakeland. Another Jetter
from the Tampa club, presented the
name of iMis3 Kate Jackson for treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the federation.
The president announced that the
club rooms had (been rented to the
(Eight O'Clock Dancing Club for ev every
ery every other 'Friday night during the
winter at $7.50 per evening.
The president of the federation
complimented and congratulated the
club on the appearance and make-up
of the year book. iMrs. Tydings call called
ed called attention to the fact that the cov covers
ers covers were engraved and that there
was only one other club in the state,
Jacksonville, which had the engrav engraved
ed engraved covers.
The power was given the president
to appoint delegates to attend the
convention in -Lakeland. There be being
ing being no further (business, the club ad adjourned.
(Mrs. von lEngelken rendered a
beautiful piano selection, after which
airs. Home and Mrs. Dickson, host hostesses
esses hostesses for the afternoon, served tea
W. C. T. U. Oyster Supper
(Next' Friday from 12 to 1 o'clock
and from 5 to Id o'clock the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Christian Temperance Union
will serve oysters, prepared
styles, at the armory.
LIr. Clifford illill returned to his
home in St. Augustine Sunday after
several days' 'visit with Ocala rela relatives.
tives. relatives. iMrs. iHill will remain until
after the' (Marion-ISumter 'Fair, and
iMr. !H111 also expects to return sev several
eral several days to' take in Florida's best
agricultural and horticultural show.
airs. J. IM. ;Ro!berts, niatron of the
high school dormitory, will give a
public reception at the dormitory
Thursday afternoon, Nbv. 12th, from
4 to 6. The public is cordially in invited
vited invited to attend and inspect the ibuild ibuilding'.
ing'. ibuilding'. (Refreshments will ibe served
and out of town people are especially
Capt. and IMrs. S. iR. Pyles and IMr.
and iMrs. James IS. iXorton of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, went to Crystal Rivr early
this morning in Mr. Norton's car, to
spend the day. iMr. 'Xorton came up
yesterday from St. (Petersburg and
iMrs. IXorton arrived here 'Friday
night, 'having driven thru from At-
lanta. While in the city, Mr. and
tMrs. IXorton a,re guests of Capt. and
iMr. and IMrs. iR. IN. Dosh will
move into -their pretty cottage on
South lFoufh street the middle of
the week. The house has ibeen
thoroughly furnished and is a-neat
and pretty a3 can 'be.
Th'er Wildcat sra ibasketball team
composed of high school girls, are
1 "practicing this week, making ready
1 for a game with the flDunnellon
team Saturday. They will conduct
a candy sale at the Temple theater
one night this week to help defray
the expenses of the game. The game
will take place at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Camp and a small
admission fee will be charged,
iMiss Bertie Bailey of Tampa ar-
rived yesterday for a visit to IMrs.
Charles Flippen at her home on
Xorth Pond street. CNliss Bailey has
visited Ocala on former occasions
and has many warm friends here
who will be delighted to welcome
iMr. Benjamin Weathers, aft
spending Sunday with his parents
IMr. and (Mrs. B. A. Weathers, left
on the Seaboard limited .yesterday
afternoon for his home in Jackson
'Miss Goldle Buck,, of Xew York
City, who spent the winter so pleas-
ar.My two years arc in Ccala. arrived
tcday and will be the guet of 'Mrs.
Charles roy.ser at her home on San Sanchez
chez Sanchez street. iMIss Buck is a niece of
'Mr. Jules Cohen, who went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to meet
her when she arrived on the Clyde
liner, Lenape, and return with her
to Ocala. w
Mrs. Blalock Entertains for Miss
' Johnson vf ?
Complimenting 'Miss Clara John Johnson,
son, Johnson, whose marriage to Dr. J. H.
Walters will 'be a (beautiful event of
next week, iMrs. L. IF. Blalock was
hostess this afternoon to a charming
party from 3:30 o 5 o'clock, at
which she entertained a half hundred
Punch was served on the veranda
by iMrs. G. 'L. Taylor and IMrs. L. P.
AVilson, the guests (being directed to
the punch table, attractive in its dec decorations
orations decorations of coral vine and maiden bair
fern, by IMrs. IE. !L Carney. Mrs.
David Conner and Qlrs.! Charles
fftheinauer received in the hall and
in the parlor receiving with the hos hostess
tess hostess and bonoree, were the bride
elect's mother and cousin, IMrs. T. H.
Johnson and (Miss Zelma (Rizer. IMrs.
E. G. (Peek inited the gaiests into
the parlor and Mrs. JMarcus : Frank
ushered them into the library.
An enjoyable diversion of the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon was the 'hemming ; of dust
cloths and cup towels, and writing on
dainty little cards, wishes for the
'bride elect. The former, when com completed
pleted completed were presented to the bonoree
along with the packet of wis-hes.
(For her party IMrs." Blalock had dec decorated
orated decorated beautifully the entire lower
floor of her home, yards of coral vine
and fern, intermingled with roses and
other flowers, being arranged attrac attractively
tively attractively throughout the rooms. A col colored
ored colored string ochestra of four pieces,
rendered a delightful program of
music during the afternoon. A de delicious
licious delicious lunch of chicken salad, hot
rolls, sandwiches, pickels, wafers,
and fruit frappe in orange. cups was
served shortly before five o'clock, y
In making the afternoon one of
great pleasure, IMrs. QEMaloc'k, who at
all times is a charming bostess was
assisted 'by her mother, Mrs. 'G.- W.
State U. I). C. Officers
The officers of the Florida 'Divis
ion, United Daughters of the Confed
eracy, for the ensuing year,' are as
"ipresident. Sister Esther Carlptta;
first Tice .president, iMrs. .H1,5H. (Mo
Creary, Gainesville; second 'Vice pres president,
ident, president, IMrs. W. X. Ferguson,' IDaIe
City; third vice president, IMrs. ,B. B.s
(Simpson, 'Kissimmee; recording sec secretary,
retary, secretary, Mrs. William Francis Gwynn,
IFcrt iMyers; corresponding secretar3r,
airs. B. P. Jarvis, St. Augustine;
treasurer, (Mrs. C. W. aiaxwell, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; registrar, aiiss diary Jo-hn-
son, at. retersourg; nisiorian, luiss
Evrd Wartmapn, t Ocala; recorder of
crosses, (Mrs. (Henry aiickler, OBrooks OBrooks-viMe;
viMe; OBrooks-viMe; registrar C of C, aiiss IBessie
T. Wilson,. Pensacola. Qliss Johnson
ai: i aiiss ISimpson were the new mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers to' 'be elected to the :board.
Of the business transacted at the
recent convention In Kissimmee, the
following is of most importance.
The amendments to the constitu constitution
tion constitution numbered twelve and were draft drafted
ed drafted along the lines of the amendments
made recently to the (general conven convention
tion convention at the Xew Orleans convention.
The most im'portant were the one
! providing for no change in the con-
stitution for the next five years and
the including of the nineteenth by-
aw on loyalty of memJbers. A motion
that no elected officer sTiall hence
forth be qualified for reflection .of .offered
fered .offered by'IMIsi tDzialynski J6t Jaoksoh-
ville, was. voted down.
IPrlday afternoon the aughters
passed a very important' resolution.
This resolution was the adoption of a
recommendation that was made by
the presiding state (president In a de
tailed explanation tooth at this meet
ing and on Thursday.
The resolution which was based on
decisions and statements from the
president-general of the organization
declares that tmem'bers of the U. D.
C. who have not constitutional ere
dentials of relationship (that is con
nection toy blood and not "cousinship
and in-laws") or who have no record
on the register books; will be allowed
till the next state convention to sup sup-iply
iply sup-iply these. What action the next stale
convention will take cannot be known
but it was -stated by Sister Esther
Carlotta, state president, that the
state registrar would notify each
chapter that has members who bave
no record or constitutional creden
tials of the deficiency. It will then be
the duty of each chapter thus noti
fied to courteously ask such members
to file the records or credentials be
fore the next state convention.
Sister Carlotta stated that this did
not include the question as to incom incomplete
plete incomplete records, as a whole, but was di-
rected against members who have no
record at all. In connection with this
the president stated Thursday tha
there were as many as perhaps forty
Florida members of the U. D. C. who
New Styles! Great range in
have no record at -all and who bave
only a name entered on the books.
sit is understood tbat with the re recent
cent recent adoption of a state registry book
providing for entry 6l details of rec records,'
ords,' records,' including voucher names that
the acceptance to imembership of the
United Daugbters will be made more
strict and in full conformity with the
constitution of the organization and,
the rulings of the president-general.
For i3Iiss Johnson t
The following invitation has been
"Mrs. (Maude A. (Home, at home,
'November twelfth; nineteen hundred
fourteen, from three-thirty to five five-thirty'.
thirty'. five-thirty'. IMiss Clara Johnson."
(Mrs. T. B. JBridges, IMrs. D. A.
Smith and IMiss IBmma Washburn
are the delegates from the Ocala W.
tC. T. U. to a-ttend the state conven
tion in Jacksonville. iMrs. G. D.
Washburn, district president, Mrs. M.
'J. Sullivan of Beleview, Qlrs. A. M:
iReed of iWeirsdale, iMiss 'Emma
iWashburn of Ocala and IMrs. C. H.
haw of Zuber, will attend the state
convention In Jacksonville and then
proceed to, Atlanta to attend the na
tional convention of the W. C. T. U.,t
to be held there from (Nov. 12 to 18.
The convention is to be held in
Broughton's Tabernacle, a building
capable of seating 7000 people.
(Mrs. IE. Carl (Harris left today for
Gainesville "to assume her (position as
matron at the Odd Fellows home.
Mrs. Harris is a most estimable lady
and one entirely competent to fill the
position to which she has be'en elect elected.'
ed.' elected.' Her friends here are sorry to
lose ber. but hope her all success
and 'happiness in ber new borne.
IMrs. H. C. Packham left today, to
attend first the state W. C. T. U.
convention in Jacksonville, and then
the national convention in Atlanta.
CUrs. Fred SlcAteer and young son
returned 'yesterday from a severa
weeks trip' toTallulah Falls, Atlanta
and other points.
Miss Minnie Stovall and her father
iMr. W. F. tovli of Tampa, left yes
terday fosla;yfield, Ky., to attend
the marriage on the 17th of MIss
Geneva Stovall and (Mr. W. B. Baugh.
iMr. and Mrs. I. V. Stevens of
Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ford
Land Mr. B. S. Weathers of Jackson-1
II Nt! In !ii
g mm CkiJL
1! ii ., ,L
Shifts Blouses and Sveacei
ville, who came to -attend the 'funeral
of their grandmother, Mrs. INancy
F'erguson, at Oldtown yesterday, have
Mrs. Raymond Bullock' and child children,
ren, children, who have been at Demorest, Ga,,
since May, returned borne yesterday.
iMiss .(Musie Bullock did not accom accompany
pany accompany her mother home, but remain remained
ed remained at Demorest to take vocal lessons
from a noted teacher, who is there
for the winter. :
On the federation page in Sunday's
Times-Union was a letter from iMrs.
'William Hocker, (president ot tne
federation, giving a 'partial synopsis
of the coming federation conventlo a
in (Lakeland. ;.
The most brilliant social event .of
the season, in Fort Myers, was the
marriage last .week of Miss IRuby
! QtibZrJ E To
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uq apao Ipfcia' nr. I til 11 9 I r. --sStJt CO.. 63 edwlc$. U'
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V' VT7 MJ O
Hendry and Dr. H. C. rarnellat ,tlr;
Methodist church. Mls's HMna -nor
land, a lovely visitor to Ocala lact
winter, .w;as a maid of honor.
iMiss Maude Kennerly left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Atlanta, where she will be
the guest of friends and relatives for
a few weeks.
, iMr. J. D. iRooney pleasantly en entertained
tertained entertained the members of the -Methodist
sewing circle this afternoon rit
heT home on' South Third street.
An enjoyable social event in Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland last week was the reception ;:U ;:U-en
en ;:U-en by the W, Cf. T.'-U. at the borne oi
Mr. and Qlrs. .Guy Topli, in compli compliment
ment compliment to the teachers of that city.
A few extra largo size-, of hunting
coatsJ' Ocala Pawn and Loan OGcc.
''Why. Pay' More." ll-7-4t
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. MOXDAY, NOVEMBER 0. 1914
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands
In your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership In land.
in the Ieginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plenti-ful
ful plenti-ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.
fiorida title ruid abstract corporation
y Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Tres.
v II k. n
Five Miles West of Dade City and
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889 f
I CLASSICAL Ai COMMERCIAL COUOSES i
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS J
I FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 1914-
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
N wSfo audi i
"DIXIE .FL1W "DIXIE LTMITED" "SEXUXOLE LDnTED"
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Pullman cars from Chicago, St.
Intermediate .-points to Jacksonville.
' DINING AND OBS ERVATION CARS
: ( VIA .;- : "f; v' ;- ; ":
STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
138 W. Eay St. Jacksonville Fla.
CAPITAL 5TOCK 350,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
:: Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the
:: River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
mm FISH l OYSTER CO.
Crystal River, Fla.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director, 'jj
II 1 1 in
One Mile East of San Antonio
' "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville and
J. G. KIRKLAND; D. P. A.,
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla
. Bring Results
Prominent Citizens Shy About Ac Accepting
cepting Accepting Strenuous and Thank-
, less l'csitions
Friends of Messrs. J. 01. ftleffert
and J. JJ Gerlg 'have filed petitions
for them to run for aldermen in the
second ward, (Mr. IMeffert to succeed
Otfr. (E. 'E. iRobinson and Qlr. Gerig
for the full term.
iBoth these gentlemen are among
our Ibest citizens and -will .make good
aldermen. C either wants the ofBce,
and It will be hard to induce them to
Attempts were made to put up
(Messrs. H. B. Clarkson and J. E.
Chace, Imt tooth refused.
Tihe democratic clut wants Mr. A.
C. Cobb to stand for one of the of offices,
fices, offices, and if he will do so that pop popular
ular popular and good-looking gentleman
can 'make a good race.
(Mr. Chas. W. .Hointer has not yet
filed a petition, lie says If any good
man wants his job, 'he will support
The position of councilman is a lot
of work and no pay, so it Is no won wonder
der wonder busy and competent men are'shy
about taking it.
ALL THE WAY FROM OHIO
Auto Party in Ford Cars Arrives In
A party from Quaker City, Ohio,
?bound for Fort IMyers, consisting of
Mr. J. S. Kennedy, wife and' three
children, !Mr. Finley, Hiram Brown
and iDr. Wyscanver was, in the city
today. They -made the trip in three
!Ford cars with their camping outfit.
Just as soon as 'Secretary 'Rooney
learned they were in town he got
busy, presented each .with a copy oi
"Facts and Photos" also the Silver
Springs folder. The party left for a
visit to Silver Springs agreeing that
if they do not stop and look our city
and county over that they would re return.
turn. return. ' '- :-
Our people should keep a sharp
lookout for these parties and wnen
they are passing thru endeavor ; to
have them visit the 'Board 'of Trade
and get a copy of our ibooklot, in fact,
with everyone boosting and extending
the glad thand, of welcome and talk
ing the good things of 'Marion Coun
ty, there is no Teason why many of
these people would not decide to cast
their lot with us. It's, worth a trial.
FUNERAL OP JKSJEERGXISON
CMany neighbors and friends front,
a distance gathered Sunday "at the
home at Em atATaoF" the departed
'Mrs. IXancy Ferguson to pay the last
sad respects to ythis loved and (hon (honored,
ored, (honored, mother in Israel.
KvjCXlrunp ton ii f e-'l on g
friend, conducted the services, which
(begun at the .house and were ended
at the -grave in the family (burying
Present from Ocala were Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Weatihers, (Miss Janet
(Weathers, Mrs; !Xola Ferguson,. IM psI
W. W. Clyatt, iMiss Ernestine Brooks,
IMr. and JMrs. S. T. Sistrunk, (Miss
(Atkinson, (Hibbert Weathers, DCiel
and Van Ferguson, 51 r. and IMrs. I.
V. Stevens, .Mr. and (Mrs. G. H. iFord,
(Mr. B. S. -Weathers and Robert Ty-
UNIVERSITY CITY TEAM
EASILY DEFEATED OCAIiA
When the football team of the
Gainesville ftiigh- school "deployed"
Saturday' afternoon, it was the con concensus
census concensus of opinion among the spec spectators
tators spectators that iboys begin -going to
school quite late in life in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. The University City boys look looked
ed looked old enough to vote. lAIso, as soon
as ithe play (began it was easy to see
th-ey were quite wise to the game, as
they should ibe, 'having the advant advantage
age advantage of the example -and some coach coaching
ing coaching from the famous university team,
which is -able to" hold its own against
, Ocala's ibunoh of striplings, how however,
ever, however, went into the game with good
heart and put xup a fine if losing
battle. They held well in the cen center,
ter, center, ibut Gainesrville nested .them on
the ends, and won the game by 32
to 0. ...
iSqme of the Gainesville player3
highly complimented the Ocalans on
their work, saying they have the
spirit, and only need weight and
The game was witnessed iby a
good crowd, largely made up of
Ocala high sdhool girls, who en encouraged
couraged encouraged their side by vigorous ap applause
plause applause for every -success and sym sympathized
pathized sympathized over every loss.
The Ocala boys are not discour discouraged,
aged, discouraged, but will go on practicing and
expect to go to Gainesville in two
weeks for a return game.
MR. WELCH WILL REI1UILI)
IMr. David Welch, whose pretty new
home at fNorth Lake Weir, was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed (by fire, a short time ago, be before
fore before it was entirely completed will
rebuild the house as soon as his in insurance
surance insurance has 'been adjusted.
wrote yon last September
arid described the condition of
my daughter at that time'
write Zlrs. Laura Gilkev, of
Alamo, IruL "She waa then a
jnervous wreck, so weak she
could scarcely stand alone, suf suffering
fering suffering from stomach, liver, kid kidney
ney kidney and womanly troubles and
weijehinar only 75 pounds. It
seemed that there was nothing
for her but the grave. She be began
gan began takincr 'Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription and Pleasant Peliets' at
my first writing. Basx taken
each as prescribed, and today
is the picture of health. She
now weighs 125 poundsa gain
of just 60 pounds. Her recov recovery
ery recovery is a miracle to the people
of this place as her getting
well was never thought of."
TE3IPERAXCE SUNDAY AT
' :-'-- 1
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
The Ocala Sunday schools in com commemoration
memoration commemoration of the day anade a spe special
cial special effort to gather in a combined
attendance of one thousand mem'bers
and visitors and at the last report
the total attendance numbered 1072f.
The chancel and reading- desk at
the Baptist church w.as beautifully
decorated with white flowers. while
each attendant at the Sunday school
was provided with a boutonnier of
white chrysanthemums. One 'bad lit little
tle little (Sunday school 'bqy intimated that
the only reason some of the (boys
were i present was because pretty
girls were -busy pinning the flowers
on the boy's. coats. 'On the platform
covered with white cloth Were Mrree
handsome portraits, one each of Gliss
Ijrances Willard, A'braham (Lincoln
and General -Robert "iE.. ILee.
The program under the direction
of iMr. Will Gary was diversified in
-character and very generally dis--tri
bu t e d am o n g th e wh o 1 e school
membership. There were quotations
from the speeches cr writings of
many of pur public men on the sub subject
ject subject of temperanre, prohibition and
the utter depredation brought about
by the use and a abuseV of alcohol.
! Among those quoted were United
States Presidents Jefferson, Lincoln;
'MdKinley, Roosevelt and Taft, from
English statesmen 4 there were ex extracts
tracts extracts from the writings of Glad Gladstone,
stone, Gladstone, David George and others,
wh'ie Shakspere, !E veret v Hale, John
Wanamaker and Calhoun also fur furnished
nished furnished their quotation. These -were
made .by the men of the Bible 'class
In Small, Medium and Large
Boxes Purity Guaranteed
This is the drug store where you will find
a great assortment of high grade candies,
chocolates, bonbons, creams evervthing
you need in candy dom. We v?ill make up
assortments as you wish. Daintily boxed.
Come here also for your ice cream, sodas
and cigars. Do you, housewife, know the
value of absorbent paper in the home? Try
They Save Housework 1
You can't tell in how many ways until
you try them. Here are a few : polishing
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
Peaf frm Wed foods, absorbing spift
liquids. Don't use your good linen towels
in the kitchen and pile up big washings
every week. Use ScotTissue. Junior,
medium and large sizes. ScotTissut Toilet
Paper is another article you will like.
It is soft, absorbent and snowy white.
Large rolls, 10c.
' ANTI-MONOPOLY-'- '-
pnni rn r
suffering vomen to.
G cl u O v C 0 G Q D u C d n
"5 ul w n
D G u L G Xx
The Favorite Prescription is pre prepared
pared prepared from the natural remedial herbs
growing in our native forests without
alcohol, without narcotics. It is a re restorative
storative restorative tonic It corrects nervous
irritability, exhaustion and the dis distressing
tressing distressing symptoms of derangement of
the feminine organs.
The Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ha3 been sold in liquid form for
over forty years. It can now be had from all dealers in medicines in either
tablet or liquid form or send 50. cents in one-cent stamps and obtain a trial
box of tablets by mail Address: DR. PIERCE, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y.
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigor invigorate
ate invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated,
tiny granules, easy to take as candy.
and were very impressive. The sing singing
ing singing of the male sextette led toy -Frank
Gates to the accompaniment of Miss
Of ary Gates was fine and 'the splen splendidly
didly splendidly dramatic rendition of the .poem
"The SRum Seller's Sign," 'by bliss
Claudia OTXeal, jvas one of the gems
of this Interesting occasion.
Th e u nve i 1 in g o f the por traits of
(Miss Willard, iLincoln and Lee by
Professor Cassels and the short ad ad-dress
dress ad-dress delivered in loving trdlbute to
their memory was such a splendid
effort and so 'highly appreciated by
the audience that a motion prevailed
that the speaker should furnish a
copy to 'the Ocala newspapers.
At the. close of the school exer exercises
cises exercises Pastor Stephens -preached an
eloquent sermon on "Self Control,"
and if all the churches and Sunday
schools in the land, "have celebrated
temperance Sunday as did the Bapr
tist church of Ocala, there will soon
he many more i-tates under the stain
less flag of prohibition.
SUXDAY SCHOOL MOVEMENT
l. .... A GREAT SUCCESS
The crusade to secure a large at attendance
tendance attendance at the Sunday schools Sun Sunday
day Sunday was very successful. The reg regular
ular regular attendance turned out in force,
and many recruits were gathered, be
side the ranks 'being .swelled 'by a
number of old sinners, who hadnt
been in a Sunday school so long they
'hardly knew iwhat to do with them themselves.
selves. themselves. The official count showed the
following attendance at the different
Methodist, 442; Baptist, 308;
Presoyterian, 142; Christian, 65;
North Ocala, 53; Catholic, 42; Epis Epis-copal,
copal, Epis-copal, (26.
CORRECTING THE COMPTROLLER
Figures Short of Value of Marion
County School (Property by
(Editor Star: iMy attention hasibeen
cal led to the recently published state statement
ment statement of the comptroller dn which the
valuation of the sdhool .property of
Marion county is iven at about $49 $49-000
000 $49-000 thus making a very unfavorable
showing" with other public property of
the county5 The statement is erron erroneous
eous erroneous as the school .property of the
county according to my last annual
report ; to the state superintendent,
and in whiich the valuations are very
c o nservati ve was val u e d at 9 6 ,7 1 4.
This was for the school year, ending
June 30, ilpl4; and did -not include
any valuation for the new school
buildings at Ocala, JDunnellon, iFel iFel-lowship,
lowship, iFel-lowship, Shady, Fairfield, Eureka;
and many other alterations and re repairs
pairs repairs to school buildings over the
county that have been made during
the summer. The school property of
the county is now worth something
more than $200,000.
J. 11. 'Brinson,
REMA.RKAISLE CURE OF CROUP
- "'Last winter when my little boy boy-had
had boy-had croup I got him a "bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon hon-estlv
estlv hon-estlv believe it aved his life," writes
Mrs J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the phlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him." For sale by all dealers.- ad
i-vrhen clio can obtain
relief caf cly, certain certainly
ly certainly and promptly.
Suppoco you do hayo
UVuwJ WkU Vtuw jKw W
i at times? Your caco
i3 not hopelcos.
Theso symptoms arc
evidence that the
delicate organism of
the feminine body
has become out of
order and needs the
help Nature's rcmc
die3 can bc3tov;.
If you want music or anything, 'go
to The Murray Company,-! 1-6-3 1
L Tha General:
Tlicrc's a reason for tho hlj
c!iirnaRI for our roof inj i:i
spite c? tlie European cr I-
:ib".,l3ecaii50:e combine o onr';
products the two' great essea. ;
glials that; 'ulds consumers ;Ia.;:
'i tho-; choice ':;cr. 'th"eir goos :.
Iiinhcct duality end reafen
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OuaIIt 't$ C1 Vart-VVAy
Cert-ided IACOaIIIJJ CwnxrtJtJ
is our leader; it represents tlic'lact
. word in the manufacture of mod modern,
ern, modern, scientific roofing y its quidity
is. the, very highest that can be
made any.vlicre in the world, and
it is sold tt a reasonable price.
If you have to be shown, remember yrc
back up our etatcments by a recruhr
guarantee in writing that 1-ply wiU hit
5 years, 2-ply 10 years, and 1 3 -ply 15
years and that wc stand behind th's
guarantee with the bi'est roof.r: and
.building' paper mills in the world.
One of the frreat criticisms of
the American Government is that
political offices are too frequent-.
Iv filled by inferior men. who.
1 character and capacity do not
properly fit then lor tne dusi dusi-ress
ress dusi-ress of passing: Just and wise
laws. These men creep into
Congress and the State Legisla Legislatures
tures Legislatures by "playing to the gallery"
for votes and popularity, and in instead
stead instead of. helping to pass rrood
laws for the greatest good of the
greatest number of people, geek
merely to advance their personal
power and prestig-e by advocating-
laws that ignore fundamental
principles of business and are
economically tinsound and de destructive
structive destructive In their effect on every everybody.
body. everybody. Class legislation Is given
in return for political debts, and
special laws are tirged favoring
political henchmen or "pork bar barrel"
rel" barrel" contractors at home. Such
men may gain some temporary
advantage but are always dis discovered
covered discovered and eventually retired.
Those who have made long, hon honorable
orable honorable records In public life were
above this type. v i
Economic conditions a d J u s t
themselves tinder most any kind
of laws, and In the long run, the
order of things Is bound to
equalize in some form of a square
deal. Class legislation always re reacts
acts reacts on the people who nre sup supposed
posed supposed to benefit by it. :
. What we need in our legisla legislative
tive legislative halls Is a class of men who
do not seek to advance special
interests or who do not seek too
much personal prestige, men
who are level-headed, honest and
unprejudiced on any social, polit polit-1
1 polit-1 cal or economic question, famil familiar
iar familiar with the fundamental princi principles
ples principles of business "and industry and
are willing to work- for favors
toward none and a square deal
Cetiain-leed Roofing is sold by dealers
everywhere at reasonable prices. Be
sure your rooSns arc made and guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed by us.
General Roofing I.Ifg. Ccmpaay
WorW larQttt mnwvfaurt vrertof Hoofing
and Builrflng Papers
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A Dollar Saved
Is A Dollar Mads
?3o buy your groceries from the
OCA LA GROCERY' COMPANY,
and save money. 1
Every little bit helps. Full weight
and masure guaranteed
1 imuntl lilis Coflfee 30c
.3 pounds best Rice .2,c
1 qt good Florida Syrup. .'. .20c
1 bottle good Fla Syrup. ... On
Irish potatoes per pk ...... 20c
RACON per pound lGc
5 gallons oil GOc
Everything cheap for cash.
Ocala Cash Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your Order will have
:-J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
tock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket xo 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
- IRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
Ai COUNTRY PRODUCE
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
-work for the money than any other
tontractor in the city.
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A Dollar That
By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
EVERY dollar spent in advertising is not only a seed dollar which
produces a profit for the merchant, but is actually, retained by
him even after he has paid it to the publisher.
Advertising creates a good will equal to the cost of the publicity.
Advertising really costs nothing. While it uses funds it does not
use them up. It helps the founder of a business to grow rich and
then keeps his business alive after his death.
It eliminates the personal equation. It perpetuates confidence
in the store and makes.it possible for a merchant to withdraw from
business without having the profits of the business withdrawn from
him. It changes a name to an institution an institution which will
survive :ts builder.
It is really an insurance policy which costs nothing pays a
premium each year instead of calling for one and renders it possible
to change the entire personnel of a business without disturbing its
. Advertising, renders the business stronger than the man inde independent
pendent independent of his presence. It permanentizes systems of merchandis merchandising,
ing, merchandising, the track of which is left for others to follow.
A business which is not advertised must rely upon the personality
of its proprietor, and personality in business is a decreasing factor.
The public does not want to know the man who owns the store store-it
it store-it isn't interested in him but in his goods. When an unadvertised
businefis is sold it is only worth as much as' its stock of goods and its
fixtures. There is no good will to be paid for it does not exist
it has not been created. The name over the door means nothing
except to the limited stream of people from the immediate neighbor neighborhoodany
hoodany neighborhoodany of whom could tell you more about some store ten miles
away which has regularly delivered its shop news to their homes.
It is as shortsighted for a man to build a business which dies
with his death or ceases with his inaction, as it is unfair for him not
to provide for the continuance of its income to his family.
TWO METHODS OF BEGGING
Plausible and Polite Mendicant No
Doubt No More Deserving Than
Like those of the "Heathen Chi Chi-nee,"
nee," Chi-nee," the ways of the seeker after
alms are peculiar. A correspondent
writef3 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
eration of adverse circumstances (the
phraseology is his own) Ije 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 shilling not as a loan, but
as a gift, and help a lame dog over a
"I could and I did, against my, bet better
ter better judgment. He accepted the gift, in
the spirit in which he had asked for
it. 'I'm not gojng to thank you, he
said; 'you know I would do the same
for you were our positions reversed.
Will you shake hands?' Further
down I 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." WAS WOMAN OF GREAT CHARM
Empress Josephine One of the Most
Remarkable Personages of His Historical
torical Historical Record.
While the Empress Josephine had
one million francs a year for her pri private
vate private purse, it is a 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 addittcn
to helping many needy aristocrats
who had suffered under the revolu revolution.
tion. revolution. 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
THE MLA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 0. 1014
Can't Be Spee
dition to her own wonderful personal personality,
ity, personality, that at 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. .Continental English.
The idea that .English Is to be the
universal language of the future seems
to b8 spreading. Certainly thousands j
of Europeans struggle bravely with its I
rules and Idioms. Here isa 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 treatingall
this, united already for many years
past, obtained a general renown, even
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 prove their wride
reading, they sometimes demonstrate
their'sagacity, but they do not justify
their existence as critics unless they
go further than this, for the genius
of authorship declares itself less un unmistakably
mistakably unmistakably in gifts shared with fore fore-tunners
tunners fore-tunners 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
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 Kil Kil-lerton,
lerton, Kil-lerton, Mrs. Charles Carew of Wrarni Wrarni-combe
combe Wrarni-combe and other women to keep
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.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
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Thus ends Grace's
I IS THERE; -ANNDNE. K4W3 A I f&TGPl TW2 CMILO lXl.
Hi A BALE
I do not fjay, ber;rause cotton is not
my ibusmess, but I tlo call the at attention
tention attention of Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac Tobac-co
co Tobac-co Chewer, who buys a pound of my
El Tronico -Havana Cigar Clippings-
lor 40 centis (which equals fifty good
cigars) to the fact that you will find
pipe smoking a jDileas-ure. Or if you
are fond of chewing, you will find
this tobacco pure, un adulterated, be being
ing being my own product, the clippings
of my cigar (factory cut up and the
dust absitracteid herefrom, and con-
training- a combination of pure edgar
leaf tobacco that costs 'as high as
$ 4 a pound. A trial will convince
you T!hi3 to'bacco ds put up In 2, 4,
8 and 1 6 ounce packages.
Eli TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY
Japanese Child Jugglers. v
Among tut? itinerant street entertain entertainers
ers entertainers In London are a number of tiny
Japanese children, usually boys. They
make their way Into hotel and' public
house bars, saloons and restaurants
and. producing a sheaf of knives from
their pockets, suddenly begin Juggling
with them In the most expert manner,
accompanying the performance with a
monotonous singsong which seems to
be Inseparable from the exhibition.
Being very small, they seldom depart
without receiving a shower of coppers,
to which they respond at the doorway
with a little chant of thanksgiving. It
is difficult to guess the age of Japa
nee children, but none of the tiny tots
engaged in this business appear to be
more than seven years old.
Girl Shopper-Why. .did you make
that poor salesman pull down all that
stuff and then not Jmy anything? Sec
ond Ditto- Why. trie" mean fellow was
tn a car yesterday and never offered
me niK seat, though 1 looked right a
him. so VI Just decided I would get
a simple catch
bother you some:
Not much In' ir perhaps, but enough
to make it trouhlesome.
And vet it's nothing, after all"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Pan" was the name of one of the
Greek gods. The word means "all,"
or "universal." Hence "Pantheism "Pantheism-the
the "Pantheism-the doctrine that all Is God. Hence,
too. "Pan-American"-that. Is, all that
is American, all the countries of North
and South America.
Fair Amateur The curtain will rise
In a few minutes. Are you quite sure
you know your words? Hero Yes;
all except the part where I kiss you
We'd better rehearse that again.
Tommy Papa, when a thing is
bought it goes to the buyer, doesn't it?
Tommy's Papa Yes. my son. Tommy
Then bow is it that when youbuy
coal it goes to the cellar?
"Don't go into the well digging busi business."
"Because It's ,sure to get yon in a
hole.' Baltimore American.
Love of the brother we see will help
us to the love of the Father we do not
see. William Watson.
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, 'have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by 'his firm.
Xaticnal Bank of Commerce.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per fbottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation. ad
KREGER'S -for fishing tackle.
wedding day, but love
ROOM AND BATH FOR A
Room iWithout Bath $1.C0
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL ROOM
ROOM AND BATH FOR A
The Management 'ol vS' DIU; ; McC LA N E
-MeiiIeaI.SiiFffcal, Bydropaf Mc
Announces the moving of 4 the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square!, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler'a stands.
, Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4i30 P. M. PHONE 333
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' We Aim
. To -Be Upright in Our Dealings
We Put -'
OUR MEATS UP RIGHT' 1
.Making 'It Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM
PnONE'lOS . Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
JAfVlES AUSTIN VIORTLAPJD
Civil and Architectural Engineer
PlansSpecifications, Esimatcs. Superintendence and
'Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dains, Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 Ocala, Florida
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THE OCALA EVEMNQ STAR, MONDAY, XOYE31RER 9. 1914
r n n n r i pi i rA" r i r-"
1 Wf uMMIfii
f THE DETECTIVE OF
November Joe Traps the rm"
p - ; ;
p REATER than Sher-S-1-
ick Holmes is No November
vember November Joe, the hero of our
new serial. ;
READ about how he
solved the mysterious murder
at Big Tree Portage.
EE AD about the seven
lumberjacks and the trapping
of the lone highwayman who
robbed them. r
READ about the theft
of the black fox skin, the
abduction of Miss Virginia
Planx, the hundred thousand
dollar robbery, and the other
forest mysteries the woods
detective solved and you
will be glad that you have
come to know
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1 story will appear in
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TMe Star Will Mot GIw Aay
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BUPT it WILL give each and EVERX subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star- a $3 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a $1.30 boojf redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:
Marion Hardware Company,. Hardware. . . 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc . ................ 5 per cent
A. I!. Burnett, Jewelry 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings. ... i ........ 5 per cent
Hayes, & Guynn, Dry Goods. .. ....... ....5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture. 110 per cent
Aw 31. Lansford, Music Dealer . . .10 per cent
Miss; Mary Affleck, Millinery. . .............. 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More?'. .... ................ 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes. I ..5 per cent
To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent In cash, Just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving th9 coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he 'will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. Xou have
gotten (back a dollai of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on tha back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they vill give 10 per
cent, discount); yoi buy a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purch&se Is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, butt it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,
If you take advanU.r of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up s.nd get a bock. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do It now, and get a coupon 'Dook. You can send yo ?r remittance" by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.
F. or results j put your Advertisement in the Starr
ow to Write Advertising biw:
ji By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something?'
A SKILLED layer of mosaic works with small fragments of
stonethey fit into more places than the larger chunks.
The skilled advertiser works with small words they fit
into more minis than big phrases.
The simpler the language the greater certainty that it will be
understood by ; Jthe least intelligent reader.
The construction engineer plans his roadbed where there is a
minimum of grade he works along the lines of least resistance.
The advertisement which runs into mountainous style is badly
surveyed all 'minds are not built for high grade thinking.
Advertising must be simple. When it is tricked out with the
jewelry and silks of literary expression, it looks as much out of
place as a balk dress at the brec" r-ist table!
The buying public is only i. Crested in facts. People read ad advertisements
vertisements advertisements to find out what yea have to selL
The advertiser who can fire the most facts in the shortest time
gets the most returns. Blank cartridges make noise but they do
not hit-7-blank talk, however clever, is only wasted space.
You force your sales'men to keep to solid facts you don't allow
them to sell muslin with quotations from Omar or trousers with
excerpts from Marie Corelli. You must not tolerate in your printed
selling, talk anything that you are not willing to countenance in
personal salesmanship. .
Cut out clever, phrases if they are inserted to the sacrifice of
clear explanations write copy as you talk. Only be more brief.
Publicity is costlier than conversation ranging in price downward
from $10 a line ; talk is not cheap, but the most expensive commodity
in the world. ... ',
Sketch in your ad to the stenographer Then you will be so
busy "saying it" that you wilf not have time to bother about the
gewgaws of writing. Afterwards take the' typewriten manuscript
and cut out every word and every line that can be erased without
omitting an important detail. What remains in the end is all that
really counted in the beginning. 4
Cultivate brevity and simplicity. "Savon Francais" may look
smarter, but more people will understand "French Soap." Sir Isaac
Newton's explanation of gravitation covers six-pages but the school schoolboy's
boy's schoolboy's terse and homely "What goes up must come down" clinches
the whole thing in six words.
Indefinite talk wastes space. It is not 100 productive. The
copy that omits prices sacrifices half its pulling power it has a
tendency to bring lookers instead of buyers. It often creates false
impressions. Some people are bound to conceive the idea that the
goods are higher priced than in reality -others, by. the same token,
are just as likely to infer that the prices are lower and go away think thinking
ing thinking that you have exaggerated your statements.
The reader must he-search by the copy. Big space is
cheapest because it doesn't waste a single eye. Publicity must be on
the offensive. There are far too many advertisers who keep their
lights on top of their bushel the average citizen hasn't time to
overturn your bushel.
Small space is expensive. Like a one-flake snowstorm, there is
not enough of it to lay.
Space is a comparative matter after all. It is not a case of how
much is used but how it is used. The passengers on the limited ex express
press express may realize that Jones has packed a twelve-inch shingle on
every post and fence for a stretch of five miles, but they are going
too fast to make out what the shingles say, yet the two-feet letters
of Brown's big bulletin board on top of the ,11111 leap at them before
they hive a chance to dodge it. And at that it doesn't cost nearly
so' much as the sum total of Jones' dinky display.
Just so advertisements attractively displayed every da or every
week for a year in one newspaper-will find the eye of all readers, no
matter .how rapidly they may be "going" through the advertising
pages, and produce more results than a dozen piking pieces of copy
scattered through half a dozen papers.
, ; (Copyrisht.)
The Cellar Hdle and the Sewer' Sole
By HERBERT ICAUFMAN
Author of Do Something! Be Something!"
A COAL cart stopped before an office building in Washington
and the driver dismounted, remove,d the cover from a man manhole,
hole, manhole, ran out his chute, and proceeded to empty the load. An
old negro strolled over and stood watching hinu Suddenly the black
man glanced down and immediately burst into a fit of uncontrollable
laughter, which continued for several minutes. The cart driver
looked at him in amusement. "Say, Uncle' he asked, "do you
always laugh when you see coal going into a cellar?" The negro
sputtered, around for a few moments and then, holding his hands
to his aching sides, managed to say, "No, sah, but I jest busts when I
sees it goin down a sewer."
The advertiser who displays lack of judgment in selecting the
newspapers which carry his copy often confuses the sewer and the
All the money that is put into newspapers isn't taken out again,
by "any means. The fact that all papers possess a certain physical
likeness, doesnt necessarily signify a similarity in character, and
it's character in a newspaper that brings returns. The editor who
conducts a journalistic sewer finds a different class of readers than
the publisher who respects himself enough to respect his readers.
What goes into a newspaper -largely determines the class of
homes into which the newspaper goes. ,'An irresporisible, scandal scandal-mongering,
mongering, scandal-mongering, muck-raking sheet, is certainly not supported by the
buying classes of people. It may be perused by thousands of readers,
but such readers are seldom purchasers of advertised goods.
It's the clean-cut, steady, normal-minded citizens who form the
bone and sinew and muscle of the community. It's the sane, self self-respecting,
respecting, self-respecting, dependable newspaper that enters their homes and it's
the home sale that indicates the strength of an advertising medium.
No clean-minded father of a family wishes to have his wife and
children brought in contact with the most maudlin and banal phases
of life. He defends them from the sensational editor and the un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant advertiser. He subscribes to a newspaper which he docs
not fear to leave about the bouse.
Therefore, the 'respectable newspaper can always be counted
upon to produce more sales than one which may even own a larger
circulation but whose distribution is among unprofitable citizens.
You can no more expect to sell goods to people who haven't
money than you can hope to pluck oysters from rose-bushes.
It isn't the number of readers reached, but the number of readers
whose purses can be reached, that constitutes the value of circulation.
It's one thing to arouse their attention, but it's a far different thing
to get their money. The mind may be willing, but the pocketbook
may be weak. r
If you had the choice of a thousand acres of desert land or a
hundred acres of oasis, you'd select the fertile spot, realizing. that
the larger tract had less value because it would be less productive.
The advertiser who really understands how he is spending his
money takes care that he is not pouring his money into deserts and
sewers. -; v- '.:.':K:?'Xr.:.':yr.'f'?::.
i m m
J 0 mt0 M -2 1 ,mt 1
Ilouriahmcnt fine fia fia-;Vcr
;Vcr fia-;Vcr purity crispnecs
for 5 cents, in the
' .' : : .-.r.-;--' b
A food for every day. U
Crisp, delicious and !:
baked and frch dc-
livcrcd. 10 cents.
A delightful new bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, with a rich and
'delicious cocoanut fla flavor.
vor. flavor. Crisp and always
fresh xo cents.
. - -r. jf0 H(t'
" .: y-s
Buy biscuit baled l -j
Aizvays loo!: for that Nc::: a
OCALA FillHEllilill :WB
MAJIIOX-DUXX 3IASOXIC LODGU
Marion-Dunn Loge 10, F. "ti
A. M'., 'meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings ol each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, V. M.
. Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTKI1X STAll
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. C. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of cacii
month at 730 o'clock.
.Mrs. Flora Brown, W, M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodo No. 22, I. 0. O. I,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuccdsy
evening at 8 o'clock. A- varra v.cl v.cl-coxne
coxne v.cl-coxne alvays extended to vicitinr;
brethren. J, H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. !L. Colbert, Secretary.'
KNIGIIT3 OF VYTIUAVi
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. ex., at
Castle Hall, over the Ja.mc3 Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcomo to yz
iting brothers. Vci. Cober, C. C
Chas. K. Cage, K. of R. G. .Ad
v ood:.ie:; or the world
Fon King Camp No. 14 .meets &t
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. -m., every
second and fourth Friday. ViiiUn
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. tBurden, C. C.
Cha3. K. Sage, Clerk.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE
Ocala iLodge Xo. 699, L. O. M.;
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. ru.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoilice.
J. D. Rooriey, Dictator.
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 51.
-Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter 2?o. 13, R. A. M on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7 30 p. m. C. E. Connor, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. y
OCALA LODGE NO. 2Sfl, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second. and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club hour 3
opposite -pbstofilce, east side:
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
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ADVERTISE IX THE STAR.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, 3IOXDAY, NOVEMBER 0. 1014
"THE .-FLORIDA ENCHANTMENT"
00 ALA OCCURRENCES
K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Pythian Sisters tomorrow evening.
Board of Trade Wednesday nigh:.
Mm. r: f.
Moose meet Thursday evenia
F. U. of A. meet Thursdaj night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Only a few days left; Better
Bshles contest next week. Phono Xo.
6 for application cards.
(Everybody who goes :by Kre-ger's
adtniTes the fine dispTay of candy in
hli north show window.
iLeggins, hunting coats, saddle
'bags and other hunter's necessities,
at the Ocala Pawn and 'Loan OfSce.
"Why Pay More." 11-7
iW. W. iRilea of Ocala arrived IjMs
morning arid will spend a short time
here transacting business Clear?a Clear?a-ter
ter Clear?a-ter :ur.
Pnnans and piIlow tops, latest
styles, at KREGER'S.'
IDurlng the fourdays of the iMur-lon-Sumter
fFair we will give 10; 'per
cent discount on every purchase
made. Little's Shoo Parlor. 9-tf
Remington or Winchester automat automatic
ic automatic shotguns, special $27.50. Ocala
Pawn ard iLoan OfQce. "Why Pay
tfndge Vi S. Bullock returned to
Unverress today to resume court.
If you w.mt to write, The Murray
Ooinpany h.ive a beautiful line of
stationary. ll-6-3t t
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
Nov. 1 .....
Nov. 3 .
Nov. 4 i . .
iNov. 5 ......
Nov: ... .
Local rains this afternoon or to tonight;
night; tonight; colder north and central por portions;
tions; portions; Tuesday fair and colder.
78 55 1 .
SO 58 . .
80 53 : .
AH prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy .by competent drug
Olr. J. D. Buky, who hai; been vlth
the Star for the last two years, l;ft
today for his home in Palatka. Mr.
tBuky expects to take a little varia variation,
tion, variation, and then go in business. -He is
a com ie tent printer, as well as ; a
most excellent young man. His stay
in the Star office has been a pleasant
experience to his employers and U 1 1-low
low 1-low printers, who part from him wi1h
the greatest regret, and will always
have a welcome for him whenever te
comes this way.
121 r. R. H. Sanders, who t as had u
most successful clothing sz.le even'
Saturday night, returned 1o Tuiv
nellon Sunday. Uncle Bob always
livens things up) wherever te goes.
(Dennison's paper napkins can ba
had at KREG'ER'S. t
Dr. J. IH. CDunn went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Saturday, on a special call, to
save a valuable 'horse for a Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville citizen.
The films of this weirdly amusing
story were run at he Temple this
morning, and -were found to be up to
the advertising. This Is one of the
most Ingenuous and interesting
stories ever written, and has more
local interest than any, other- great
novel. Mr. Bennett is expecting a
big crowd at. the Temple tonight, and
the indications are that he will not
be disappointed. 5
RAISING LOTS OF J ZA f IS1 1 ES
Mr. Berry Carter, who has charge
of the experimental garden at the
Marion county fair grounds, has so
many fine young radishes that he has
been bringing a buggy load to town
every morning and sells them readily
an.1 tickles Judge Williams "most to
death when he gives him a hand full
of. cash as the result, to go in the
treasury of the Fair Association.
iMr. iLoute W. (Duval is In t Inver Inver-xi
xi Inver-xi sua today n (business (before the
"'Hot fclrir.ik'.i at
; Tii'e Ohrii-tiir." churc?i .-will 'hold its
annual -s".at.o, convention in -St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, beginning tomorrow ard
lastiij; tairci days. Ocala will be
represented by Bev. Hoy 5 Bower:?,
lIrs.'B. I'. Bo "den and Mr. Otoffett,
vhd '-left dor U ere this afternoon. ;
i iDo you hunt? If -so, save'imoney
V,y rlt-ylngi ycui" shotgun and shells
1om tl e Ocala "I'awn and Loin Of-
. -r- I .rrt Ti.- r-. -117
V.lie Oca7a iI':'ous nvas lm Jacksonville
t'esteiday and ttday on .business.
iMr. J. C. Baxter, after s everal
days -visit In Ocala, the guest of Mr.
and SMrs. J. !H. Junn, returned to
Winter Haven Sunday.
tMr. 'J. IM. Hillman of (Anthony was
transacting business in" the city to today.
day. today. y '' ; -; : ..
The tain the farmers have been
!ishing for several day3 came in good
neasure this morning, 'and' mo 'fc is
.promised. ''- ; .;.'-
It is reported on the, streets "today
ti.U the Hart One will put two last
steamers on che OklawEtha this 'season..-
. : ',"., '-' J
:; CLomxG our
ODD AIN'D END
ar. reduced t3ricts a1
: MTolc'iaan's jawnshop did a liye
t:'.ide iit gurs 'nx?I ammunition Sit Sit-fjrday.
fjrday. Sit-fjrday. The 'peoiple are evidently c-
pectlng a good hunting seaso:!.
iilfr. Rea rguson, after a wt ek ek-eiul
eiul ek-eiul visit to hh parents, iMr. and IMrs.
J. G. iFerguso.i, returned to Ibis
studies at the State University Sin Sin-day.
day. Sin-day. ....... ,';-: ' -'
f C. C. IH-Uggins a ferocous pilgrhii
frqia from the tast coast tried to puU1
off a wild ;west flunt firtBsest-
Satrrdav nighK -putting 'on. seven!
coati of redipajnt and flourishing a
gun ,a foot .mng. Officer Felts, "wfc o
was called n;othCene, quieted Huf,-
i wiqi I Smack from one ef
Smokeless shells, '55 cents a box at
ie Ocala Pf.wn and Loan Ofllccl
41 Why Pay orr.': 11-? A
Messrs. John Pidrick and John
Cluldrow, ibo:h of Dunnellcn, repre represented
sented represented their live burg in 0:ala Sun Sunday.
Purity is paramount You get ab
solute PURITY dn drugs compound
ed into your prescriptions her?.
Biuins & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
'Mr. A'bner 'Pooser or DeLana is
her3 for a .few days visit. IMr. Pooser
Is an Ocala boy and was transferred
to the DeLand store of the McCrorey
Company $vome six months ago. He
is very much in love with his adopt
We always have on hand a 'frenm
supply of the famous Xorris candies
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
Ererybody is glad to see a full set
of electric globes in the 'welcome
arches, over )Broadway and Mag
Harmony cocoa sDutter cream. A
soothing cleanser for .the face and
hands, 50 cents, at Gerigs ad tf.
his celicate litf hands oa the sidi
of his head, illuggins saw the miss
ing comet and a number 'o -stars not
"We, the undersigned citizens and
voters of ward. one, city of Ocala,. do
hereby .petition iD. W ; Tompkins-, a
resident and property owner of ward
nunrber one, city of Ocala, to ibecome
a candidate for councilman of the
city of Ocala from ward number one,
to be voted for in the approaching
election to foe held in iDecember,
1914: ::;.;rVA::':' "'. j '-';""-
Jake Brown, F. B. Beckham, Sid
ffl. Whaley, F. E. JWetfherbee, W. K.
Zewadski, iA. A. Winer, Wm. Hocker,
J. S. Burke, W, H. Coleman, J. F.
Jenkins, Ceo. L. Taylor, George J.
Blltch, 'W. F. Blesch F. H. Hockcr ;
G. .T. Maughs Chas. Ei Simmons, J.
L. Bmoak, Jr., I. I. Strong, Baxter
Cam W. K. Lan iMd. W. L. Col
bert, H. iD. Stolces, C, ;R. Tydings, S.
L. iSmoak, JW. C. tSmoak ,C W.
Btuart, W. C. Jeffords, J H. Bria-
son, W. iW.. Clyatt, S. P. Anthony,
Jr., J. W. .'Pally, 6. B. OTowse, F. W
Ditto, S. Kale, J. W. Kea, P. A. Iur
and,: J. (D. IMcCaskill, Chas. E.
(French A. Slott, IF. C. Clarrton, Law-
ton Smith, L. H,' Pillans, T. C. Car
ter, (F.C; (Anthony, L. 'F. Blalock,
9. Lanier iRobertson, John L. Leit-
ner, 01. R. Hunnicu tt, Wm. ;M. Gober,
i?ercy Smith, C. GST. Smith, J. A.
thandler, T. W. .Brown, J. W. Name,
X. A. Bouvier, P, !H. Shafcr, W, A.
Coin, LV J, Blalock, iW. !H, aicConn.
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We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King Avenue,
which must be sold within next sixty days--party he tc liave the rricuoy
Better see us quick. :
We also have one or two other small propositions in the office which are
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or v;rite.
' i : (M i
- wwpt mrmrn 'mm
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J i j
Wien you want results put ypur,c.--iti'
JlNibU itJUh III
lost Fount), Wanted, For Sal3
For flont and Similar Local Hods
STRAYEDOct. 16th siim terrie?
- pup, Macli ana veiy light tan,
small ears, short tail; answers to
the name of "Bob." '(Reward for
information leading to recovery of
one or both. airs. 'C. ;R. .Tydings,
Oklawaha ayenne. 11-2-61
FOR SALIE -Sawed cedar posts, all
-heart, anyf quantity. George7 W.
"- Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR "(RENT A ten room house, fur fur-'
' fur-' wished; : well located close in;' all
modern conveniences. Apply "j at
Star office. 10-3-tf-
i .. ' : . ... j;- ... a..
FOR QAIB Homemade, jellies, .pre .preserves,
serves, .preserves, canned fruits, -pickles and
catsup. airs. P. iH. Oillen. 4-tf
' WOiMAS LitJXIUARy
. Notice is given of the packing o
ti e Advent box, which is packed an annually
nually annually tby the Woman's Auxiliary of
G:'ace 'Episcopal church. This :year
the hox will go to Jlcv. B. Allen,
Waynesville, N. C, for the stenefit of
tin) mountain missions under7 his
cluirge. Contributions are solicited
boi h from the members of the church
arid congregation, 'New and second second-hfiiid
hfiiid second-hfiiid clothing, clean and In (a con con-di
di con-di k4 on to give comfort and a -ery Ice
to $ he people of a colder climate ;wlll
be thankfully "received. Shoes, and
stockings are especially needti and
it ii hoped that money will ho given
that new shoes and stockings traay
be t urchased, f or the need is i:reat.
A cmmittee vrlM call on each mem member
ber member !f the church and congregation
and Icontributlons may he sejit to
tMrs.lC. L. Blttinger's not later. than
the twentieth of this month,, thai; the
pox i lay he .packed as soon as p dssI-
le alter that date, so as not to iiiter-
ere sfith fair week, : ; 4
lii. C. iL. BIttinger, Secretary,
i I .,"-V ::;r:--;;--;:; :
It't early to think of Christm.is
resents, hut remeiniher The Murray
beforo discovered, and then tooS theCompany .will have a fine 'lot of hoi!
count, f -He 'was lined on fft rj"XtTargei
inrecrorder court this morning, but
sentence suspended while the. county
dealt with him.
Rex ill Cherry Bark cou;rh 3yrup
Is gua ranteed fto relieve coughs or
money back. Gerig's. ad tf v
The San ford Herald, in speaking
of tho delegates to the Episcopal
missionary meeting held there last
week, made mention of Father W.
S. Ldttle, saying: ''.Father Little has
charge of the colored work In Or Orlando
lando Orlando and is wonderfully succS5sful."
Pnior to his ordination, two years
ago Rev. Little spent several months
On account of having a large stok
on handl -will sell bananas on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for li cents per dozen.
It T. W. Troxler.
THE PAN-HELLiENIC SOCIETY
Members of the Greek letter fra fraternities
ternities fraternities residing in Qlarion county
who might he interestd in the Ocala
Pan-Hellenic Society are requested
to communicate with one of the un
dersigned. Bunyan Stephens,
Phil (Robin son,
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only move the bowels,
hut improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. ad
The Irahk statement of a neighbor
telling ihe merits of a remedy,
Bids ,'ou pause and helieve.
The tame endorsement
By sane stranger far away '
Commands no belief at all.
Here's an Ocala case, an Ocila citl-
zt2n testil.es. :
Head and be convinced.
L. B. McKenzie, 607 Tuscawilla,
street, Oiala, says: "I have fused
Doan's Kidney Pills off and on for
the past chree years and they have
never fail ?d to relieve me -whn .my
kidneys rhave been disorderd, bring
ing on attacks of backache. 1 have
frequently told my (friends about
Doan's Kidney Pills and always
Price r.Oc. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McKinzie had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad 1
WAOTiEBv-Ten caipenters at once.
Call at the primary ecl.ool huili huili-,
, huili-, Injr ll-J5-3t
FOR SALE Beginning ne:ct week I
will be able to fill orders;, for the
dov.hle white ostrich plume chrys7
anthemums. airs. P. H. Gillen. 4tf.
WAN71TED To buy a) -second-hand
instantaneous gas water, heater.
Must Ibe in good condition. Apply
to Box ;223, Ocala. 11-7-tf
FOR SA.UE .Ford touring car. re recently
cently recently overhauled and in perfect
condition; new. tires; cheap for
cash Apply at 422 iMagnolia
f e f
';. ; .Vc Treat ;.rc;.,' CIoiTi
Rough Dry Work. D
All .BIaahct irrtir : r;c-r 1
' 4by;"haiid, t;c vzj ccft .-atcr oc!y.
CIiEA:aNG,-PIlESGING .ITTl) ItHPAKlING I:.
1 1 )
Lm u J u
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r mm y S
h iM fiyi.yi!-:
LOST-Brindle bull ibitch, with
. white' collar; lost in, Ocala Sriday.
Five collars reward for-;. recovery.
E. C. G3euchler, Anthony' ll-7-2t
a o c
I X i
WANTED By ;hite girl who is
quick, willing; and intelligent,
though! deaf and dumb, a (position
to do general 'house work in family
in Ocala. iApp'ly at vStar Office, or
Dr. E. Van Hood. dh-tf
FOR REINT -An unfurnished : room
tor two gentlemen or (married cou-
. iple; electric lights, hath, 5tc;
rates reiionable.. Apply at 30'3 N.
, Orange street after 5 p. rn. HI 9-6t
NOTICE TO MUXPAYOIRS ; :
The tax Jook3 fcr the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now
open. v; ;
Be sure und .brir g or send a cor correct
rect correct : description of your property
when you come or itend for your rajc
bill or to pay your caxes.. By so do doing
ing doing you grei.tly lessr-n the (possibility
of errors and enable us to .give-yon
more speedy service.- -
Don''t forget that the' law fallow' a
two (2) pir cent, discount for all
Novemlier payments and one' (1)
per cent for; December payments.
: 1 Yours very truly,
WT. iL. Colbert, ; ;
I:l-3-2ra ,Tax Collector Marion Co.
" T;he city tax books have :been open
for 'payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they be closed Dec. 1st, after 'which
a penalty of flO per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
W. W. -Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office in court house. 11-6-tf
NOTICE OF KECHIVER SAM
Notice is liereby jrlven that the
undersigned, heretofore .appointed
receiver in a certain cause pending;
in Marion county, Florida, circuit
court, it: which Oklawaha IRiver
Farms Company .is coinplainant, and
D. H. Kirkland, defendant, will sell
at the Olilawas.'ia iRiver Farms, near
Oklawaha, In (Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on
November 12th, 1014,
beginning at the hour of 10 o'clock
in the loienoon, seven hundred; and
Hghty-one (781 ) busheli? of corn
nowT in th? possession of aid receiv receiv-ir,
ir, receiv-ir, or so much thereof 4is may re remain
main remain unsold at that time. Informa Information
tion Information In regard to the sale may be had
by application to J. B. Martin, re receiver.
ceiver. receiver. Oklawaha, Fla.
11-3 J. B. iMartin. Receiver.
1 will. give fifty dollars as first payment on one of thcfo'siOO lotn
in Marion Heights, and ono -.har.ee- oaT.at''
i f V i ;
to the nian or woman, hoy or &iTl, writ::..; ti.l let -pojia on tho
carrying out the thought fcs-a imeis.; cr rcduclsj tho
living. Poem to contain not : over tcm. iy linos.
h cost" of i
ss d e o o t t e o
CONCORDIA IiODGE F. U. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America,, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
, Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
Prompt attention to all mail or orders.
ders. orders. 'We pay the postage. Bitting
& Knight! 11-6-tf
Conuasrcial Bank BIccI:, ca
. 51a S1:l9lla Street, West.,
Vt t T j L?cal or
. a, .m ti
AM now; in buiilnessfor nyzzl
j tail, bar :and, ftlall Order House. 1 can
give you the' tsLt;thcro
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teen years In the business ha3 taught ne what the public want?,,
and I am supplying that want.
y just a Sample op goods and prices
Good Old 65 Proof
Corn or Gin, In Jugs
at par gallon.
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, In jugs at perl
, gallon .
Good Old SO Proof Rye,
Corn.cr.GIn, in Juts :
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Remember that we- ill .1111
arty irder you rend and
meet ine price 01 iny vusj 11
Makj my ilacu your headquarters -while in the city. You will b&
welcome and he treated right at all times, and on every, transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALI KINDS of i. In bat battles
tles battles and on draft. .
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Put Your Ad. in the STAR if yoa ivanf RESIGNS