Vid0GTmy''' F"I',,T5IW!"',' "Si:""'"" J; ""'"''A'"'
FIERCEST BATTLE OF
ALLIES Gil By HUES ID
THEIR RESISTAflCE WILL
Paris, iXov. 10. Few battles in
the history of the world 'have -contained
the' tragic and extraordinary
features which i have marked the
fighting in a dense fog in northwe3t northwe3t-ern
ern northwe3t-ern France and- western Belgium.
The troops have been lost in midday
darkness, stumbling into the ranks
of -the enemy, and ranks .have charg charged
ed charged 'with fixed (bayonets against their
fellow soldiers and In .both armies
volleys have ibeen fired by friend
The Germans have bombarded
Ypres with heavy guns and the ciiy
is in flames. The Belgian town of
Staden' between Dixmude and
Lenghemarck, 'was caught in the vor vortex
tex vortex of the artillery fire and had been
It is unofficially, reported that the
Belgians who have been pushing
eastward have ,penetratd the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of Ostend. The French mili military
tary military experts. are now predicting that
the French will scon 'be clear of the
SPMT THE DIFFERENCE
Carranza Gave One Promise but
Withheld the Other
Vera Cruz, Mexico, Nov. ;10 Gen General
eral General Carranza has. issued at Cardoba
a decree promising that the import
and other taxes collected at Vera
Cruz by the Americans since they
have 'been in control of .that seaport
will not be levied again by the Mex Mexicans
icans Mexicans after the American. evacuation.
General Carranza, however, makes
no reference to the demand made
upon him that those 'Mexicans who
have been in the employ of .the Am American
erican American authorities at Vera Cruz, be
given guarantees of protection.
NO EVIDENCE OF HARD -TIMES
Washington, iXov. 10. -Senator 'D.
U. Fletcher, who spent a few days
recently in tXew York, says he. saw
no evidence cf hard times or finan financial
cial financial 'depression of any sort.
"One would think," said he, "that
if times were getting hard it would
be shown In the attendance at the
theaters, but theater-going in the
country's metropolis has not fallen
off a bit. I stood and Watched the
theater crowds on Broadway and I
never saw greater crowds going to
and coming from nlaees of amuse amusement.
ment. amusement. I was told that the people of
New York City are spending money
just as freely as ever. There 'was
some complaint of stevedores and
others around the docks of lack cf
work, owing to- a falling off of Eu Eu-pean
pean Eu-pean shipments." ,.
Will stand the testof Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or Overcoats made by us
to your individual measure cost you only S15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to S20
more. I have been making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as good clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.
ENGLISH WOOLEN SILL
THE 17AH GOIHG 0
UIILESS GERMANS STIEFEII
SOON REPEL II
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III VI I Lu ui sum
ARE Pit SUING HARD OX GER-
VMAXS AXD CIXJSIXG IX OX
Petrograd, uov., 10. Continuing
their aggressive advance along the
entire battle line, the Russians today
began a iheavy attack on the outer
line of fortresses of Cracow.
All zones contact eastern war thea theater
ter theater now inside of German territory.
The Russian cavalry 'which invaded
'Posen, has -pierced the left flank of
the Germans at the crossing of the
Warthe river at Konin. These caval cavalry
ry cavalry operations withi strong supports
have nullified the entire defensive
(preparations of the Germans inside
the Polish 'frontier. s
The Russians 'have captured 1500
cars laden with coal standingon sid sidings
ings sidings in East Prussia.
The Germans' made the utmost
haste to reach the frontier. During
their retreat they made extensive use
of motor cars, of which they .are said
to have 70,000 on the eastern fron frontier
tier frontier alone. ; It is officially announce
ed that Germany is moving troops
from the Belgian and. French fron frontier
tier frontier to East Prussia, Posen Land Sil Silesia..
esia.. Silesia.. ; '
Other Telegraph on' Page 3
Bl itch ton, iXov. 7. ftlr. W. P.
Hammonds and Miss .Roweha Ham Hammonds
monds Hammonds spent Monday in Ocala.- 1 i
BIr. J. QI. "Blitch is grinding, cane
Dr. and" Mrs. S. H. Blitch, Miss
iLegie Blitch, (Messrs. Fenton. Blitch,
Landis Blitch and J. W. Coulter at attended
tended attended the iMarion IBaptist Associa Association
tion Association at Williston Thursday.
iMrs. (M. 1. Ferguson left Friday
for Tampa after spending several
IMr. B. ;R. Blitch attended the
meeting of the school board in Ocala
Mrs. iE. Li. Carney, of Ocala, and
her guest Mrs. Park Trammel!, of
Tallahassee, were the guests of Dr.
and (Mrs. S. IH. iBlitch Friday.
Mr. Y. J. Willis of iMorriston was
a Tuesday visitor.
Other Telegraph on Page
Mce lie WFM,wer M Imw Mdii
ALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10,
ACTIVE WILE. 6ERL1 CilSER OlfEMVIIEUID B! DIB
Irondon, l'ov. ,10, (Official) The
German cruiser lEmden, .which lias
'weu yicjiug uu oriii&a commerce t
W T"& a. a K
-- . . .f
In the Orient ever since the war
broke out, and which recently sunk I
a, Russian warship, has been de-
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stToyed by the Australian -warship;
Sydney, In the Bay of Bengal. The
iBmden was forced asho-e on one of
the Coco Islands and burned. The
loss of. life on. board was very iheavy.
The casualties on the Sydney were
three killed and fifteen wounded.
A PPRE CIATED ASSISTAXCE
iPalatka, Fla., Sat., 'Nov. 7, 1914.
Col. J. (D. iRooney,
Board of Trade, Ocala, Fla.
Dear air. Rooney: I want to thank
you most sincerely for the splendid
assistance you. rendered .me on the
occasion oi the '5th anniversary of
the opening of the Florlda-Palatka
colony. I recognized that occasion as
one of the 'biggest of its kind ever
pulled off in the state, and have since
been told iby many old timers that
nothing like it !has ever 'been given j
in South Georgia or all of Florida,
there being about 3,000 present.
iSot only was the occasion-one to
be proud of from the standpoint of,
the purpose itwas held for, but it was
a. supremely pleasant and great, oc occasion,
casion, occasion, (largely made so 'by the very
efficient help rendered by my friends
in various ways. '
I want to thank rou also for the
manner In which you conducted' the
very important duties that fall to
the lot of a master of ceremonies on
an occasion so great as this was. I
do not know of any one who could j line of gents' furnishings, shoes and
have approached you in the enthusi- novelties, of every description,
astic, sensible, splendidly well order-J About a year ago they added to
ed manner that you employed on this" ; their stock a line"bf children's cloth cloth-occasion.
occasion. cloth-occasion. Every one was delighted, j ing for (both boys and girls,' and-the
With best .wishes and kind person- people of EMarion county always give
al regard, ibelieye me Mr. 'Rooney,
Your very much pleased friend,
Chas. IL Seig.
"IS SPREADING OUT
News reached this city yesterday
afternoon of the sale of. the Inglis
commissarj- of the Dunnellon 'Phos 'Phosphate
phate 'Phosphate Company to iMlssrs. Knight &;
Strange-of.. Dnnnellon. The Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon Company has always operated
a chain of commissaries at its num numerous
erous numerous mines, -and we understand that
this firni has arranged to .purchase
them all. The operation of these
commissaries have heretofore con constituted
stituted constituted ah important part of the
business of the Dunnellon Company,
but as it has necessitated the keep keeping
ing keeping up of an entire separate depart department
ment department from its mining operations, in
the future they ."will have no inter inter-est
est inter-est in them. ..
Messrs. Knight & 'Strange have
for many years conducted a general
store in Dunnellon and have been
favored with splendid success, so it
is only natural to predict that their
new acquisition will also be crown crowned
ed crowned with success.
For the present :Mr. Philpot will
continue in charge of the Inglis
store; He has been with the Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon company in this capacity for
a, number of years.
Other Telegraph on Page 3
AXOTIIER AGGRESIVE GERMAN
CRUISER SHUT UP
OJondon, Nov., 10. It is officially
announced that the German cruiser
Koenlgs'berg has been imprisoned
by British ships, ; near (Mafia Island,
off German JCast Africa, and cannot
escape (because of obstructions plac placed
ed placed in the channel. i
THE H. & G, ANNIVERSARY SALE
Will be Among the Big Events in
- Ocala's Xineteen Fourteen iMer-
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'As will .be seen 'by the large two two-page
page two-page advertisement in today's Star,
the firm of Hayes & Guynn will on
Thursday begin a stupendous t cat
price sale in commemoration of the
ending of their four year's business
in. Ocala., J
This, firm's success during their
four years of merchandising In this
city has Ibeen exceptionally encour encouraging.
aging. encouraging. Then began with a limited
stock of dry .goods and have grad gradually
ually gradually ibuiltjup a large trade in this
as well as kindred lines.
They now carry a splendid stock
of ladies' ready made wearing ap apparel,
parel, apparel, as well as' a large and varied
rthem a fair share of their trade
when fitting out the children for
school. IMr. .Guynn. under whom
this' particular line has been placed,
has given no' little 'attention to the
selection of just what Florida child children
ren children need, and the iprices that will
prevail during the big sale is bound
to be appreciated 'by parents.
Mr. Hayes, senior member of the
firm, has (been out in the county for
the past several days distributing
advertising matter, and says that
the coming "Anniversary" sale
promises Vo, be the biggest thing of
Its kind they have ever promoted.
KAISER MAY IiOOSE 4
African Possessions of Germany In In-vaded
vaded In-vaded by Allies
iBordeaux, ;Xov. 10. It has been
been officially announced that French
troops have invaded the German col colony
ony colony of 'Kamerun," in South Africa.
The Belgians will -operate with the
French in fighting the Germans in
Purity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions her?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
We always have on hand a fresh
supply of the famous Xorris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-Ct
FBI OF I'JI IS'IIOT. FEII
".' RJLL SUPPORT
Copenhagen, iNTov IO.thA .well in in-formed
formed in-formed and neutral correspondent
writes as follows from Berlin:
. "All reports of distrust and stress
in Germany are exaggerated if not
"There are no signs of want, and
tho all the people display more thaa
the usual, German carefulness', there
are plenty of provisions at reasona reasonable
ble reasonable prices. 1
"Business t and even amusement Is
going on much as' usual. tEvery tEvery-ibody
ibody tEvery-ibody Is more quiet, men of arniy
age are "scarcte in the street, and oc occasionally
casionally occasionally an officer or 'soldier -with
head or arm in a (bandage passed.
Otherwise matters are the'sarae,
Everywhere Is shown a disposi disposition
tion disposition to support and anadre iHv great
est sacrifice for .the ffatherland, it
is impossible that any -war should
ever Teceive .more united and effi
cient support from a people.
"'Coupled iwith this spirit is en entire
tire entire confidence that Germany will
win., iReports of heavy loss are re received
ceived received "with fortitude, of -reverses
(unless official) with disbelief. The
pe6ple are sure that next spring will
open 'With a campaign that -will crush
prance and drive"' .back the Rus
sians. Then, they believe, their
fleet twill leave its harbors and either
drive' the British navy from the sei
or so greatly 'cripple it as to -make
Britain sue for peace.
"It is '.believed that "Russia has
progressed as far westward as possi possible,
ble, possible, and 'that the Turks will trouble
the (Russians greatly In the Caucasus
and overrun E,gypt this winter, it
is also believed that hot ibackfires.
will 'be started iby the Mohammedans
in British India and Russian Turk Turkestan.'
estan.' Turkestan.' Other Telegraph on Page 3
j linn. ,i i t i i
i. CTiUE GIRIiS
. The. Woman's Club of OcaTa will
again give a beautiful canning c!ud
pin to each member .who sends in her
report and essay and makes fen ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of her work at the fair, at
which time their contest takes place.
On Friday, Nov. 27, prizes will be
awarded and a very pretty program
is oeing arranged In which tho can canning
ning canning club girls will take part, t
Caroline H. Moorhead, Agent.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half pric.
Two 25cts or 5 Octs packages at one
price.. Ocala Seed sStore 10-1-tf
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ARMIirS OF RUSSIA STILVDI1.Y
, ADVANCE IN wIUIK?HA
. (Petrcgrad, INovl, 10. (O.'llcial)
The iRussIan army of the Caucasus-
continues to operate succcrTuIlv
against tho Turks. The, Kurd cav cav-airy
airy cav-airy has been scattered and during
the (past two days thousands of 'pris 'prisoners
oners 'prisoners (have .been taken.-
The Turks 'have placed a consider considerable
able considerable 'body, of troop upon the Per Persian
sian Persian frontier.
Other Telegraph on Pago
6V INTEREST TO THE ROYS
To the IM embers of the "Boy's Corn
Club: I -hope every one of you will,
arrange to 'bring your exhibits of
corn to the .fair on (Monday, iXov.
:2:3rd, or if convenient, you can brin;
it in ion Saturday, .Nov. 21st. I .wiil
ibe on hand to receive it and take
care of It.
I (Will give free tickets, for two
days to tho boys who nake exhibits
at the fair.
Hloplng every mcmlber will make
an exhibit and receive apprize, I am,
, Yours truly,
S. J. 'McCully, County Agent.
RIACKWELL OUT ON RAIL
Circuit court reconvened Werlne Werlne-iay.wlth
iay.wlth Werlne-iay.wlth Judge Bullock on the bench,
wnen the case of Floyd (Black well'
was called. 'He had been found
guilty of murder in- the second de degree,
gree, degree, and an argument was heard
for a new trial and denied. He warj
then sentenced to life imprisonment.
Notice of appeal -was made. Bail
was fixed at $12,000, and he secur-
All prescription'? filled at the
Court Pharmacy hy competent drug druggists
gists druggists and -with absolutely fresh
drugs. . 2-Ct
Dennison's paper napkins can be"
had at KREGER'S.
sDo you hun3 If so, save money
by buying your shotgun and shells
from the Ocala Pawn and Eoan Of Office.
fice. Office. 'Why Pay More' 11-7
f ill fS fTl ifl
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THE ()CAk EVENING STAit. TUESDAY, 1 NO VEMBEIt 10 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR;:
PUBmSHETTEVERY. DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING EH & CARROLL, PKOPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
t J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice a3 second class matter.
One year, In advance. ;
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance,
One month, in advance.
One year- in advance .$8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2,25
One month, in advance.. ... .80
COMM ISSION GOVERNMENT
The Star ha3 always opposed com commission
mission commission government. It has seemed
more bureaucratic, or autocratic,
than democratic. The Star does not
believe in anything that threatens to
say or subvert popular government,
and that a commission would be the
rule of the few instead of the many
it is impossible to deny.
It is, however, also impossible to
deny that the rapidly Increasing
scope of city government, including
the complex problems of municipal
ownership, requires men who can
Rive special attention to the subject
rather than those who can only treat
St is no more than justice to say
Uiat Ocala has so far been fortunate
Sa the men who have represented
fjer citizens on the council. They
bave all had their faults and all
have made .mistakes. But when we
compare them with the councilmen
or other cities, we must adinlt'that
In both honesty and "'6onipeteiice
Uiey rank high.
II we never did any worse than we
Iiave done, it would pay Ocala to
continue on the present -even tenor
of her way. She has hitherto found
men mostly of integrity and at least
passable ability to look after jher
clvic affairs. There has.ibeen some
Sarvoritism, a little graft and consid considerable
erable considerable blundering. (But when we re remember
member remember that the aldermen have al al-rvjiys
rvjiys al-rvjiys served for nothing but' honor,
and very little'.of that, we must ad admit
mit admit that the 'pub lie is ahead of the
But we can see right now what
we rare coming to. An election is
ahead. A number of good men have
been asked to run for office. Some
have refused: some
multiplying and the reluctance in increasing
creasing increasing of late years. The reason
"A great deal of work attaches to
me oince oi aiuenuan. iucie
twenty-four regular and a number
of special meetings a year. Every
regular meeting takes -from two to
-1 J i 1. r
lour or me nours, anu mere aie a.
dozen or more special meetings in
I3ie course of the year, each of an
tiorir or more. lEvery year, there is
xi long and arduous job of looking
3ver the tax hooks, taking every
ii3ght for a week or more. Every
councilman serves on several com
mittees, the duties of which take
raxirti or less of his time every week.
The councilmen serve without ipay.
Every man on the council is, and
SRiierally has been, a competent ibus ibus-5cm?
5cm? ibus-5cm? man, showing considerable
-success In his own affairs, and his
ime is consequently valuable. It is
a sacrifice for him to take time from
Ills lousiness affairs or his
rest to look after the city's interest
"The refusals have been
board puts the work of attending to
city affairs in the hands of com competent
petent competent men.
A good form of commission gov government
ernment government for this city would be a
commission of three men, elected to
serve without pay, and subject to
the recall. The .members of this
board should divide the affairs of the
city into departments, one man to
look after each department. The
three should elect a city manager, a
competent man to serve on a salary.
He should attend to city affairs just
as the manager of a big business
attends to the affairs of a depart department
ment department store or factory. He would be
responsible to the commission and
the commission would be responsi responsible
ble responsible to the people. The mayor and
council would still have 1 executive
and representative' power, but the
latter body would have very little
work to do.
The Star doesn't think commfssiou
government is necessary as long as
we can induce men of a high type to
serve on the council. But if the
time ever comes that incompetents
and grafters fill a majority of the of offices,
fices, offices, they will play the deuce with
city affairs. Benefit to the people of
our public utilities depends abso absolutely
lutely absolutely on their being managed by
good men Tf a majority of the
council is ever able to put political
favorites in charge of the electric
and water plants,- award contracts
to men and firms that .will give them
rakeoffs, and In other ways put the
spoils system into full effect, the
city will be in an evil case indeed.
The spoils system will certainly
go into effect in this or any other
city where the people are not on the
lookout. It is the great fault of the
American people to sleep on their
public rights. When they wake up,,
they indignate and resolute and go
to sleep again Meantime the. graft grafters
ers grafters stay on, the job, about the; only,
difference being of one bunch ill and
another -.hunch out; and of late years
these have learned to pool and 'divvy
up with each other.
The question of commission gov government
ernment government will 'be discussed with other
affairs at .the meeting of the Board
of Trade tomorrow night, and all
members and other citizens should
be' present and take part
SlIiVKIl SPRINGS WATER IS REST
river, ; torhaul cur supplies, woujd, -be
a neipto river improvement most
welcome to the entire territory as
well as to our own people.
The argument that the plant
would be too far from the business
center is not of much weight. The
MEETING OF TUR PENTI NE MEN
There win be
a'-meexlhg' of the.
turpentine operators of the state In
Ocala, Friday, iXovember 13th. 1
L large attendance of the naval
stores men is expected and the ob-
electric and water plants in all thejject of the gathering is to try to de-
big cities are as far or further. It
would cost much less to pump water
out of the 'springs than, out of any
well in Ocala, and a standpipe of the
proper height and capacity would
give a gravitj pressure greater than
anything we have now. The city is
certain to grow more and more to toward
ward toward the springs, and every enter
prise located there
springs to. meet us.
(Locating the water
springs would not do away with the
needed and desired park and swim swimming
ming swimming pool. They could be put in
just the same, and probably made
While not unreservedly endorsing
this plan, the Star thinks our citi citizens
zens citizens should take it,' into considera consideration.
tion. consideration. We should in' improving Ocala
try to build for all time.
plant at the
MRS. NANCY FERGUSON
The Star has seen an analysis of
the water from the city wells and
from Silver (Springs. It proves con
clusively that Silver Springs water
is the best and purest to ibe had in
sufficient supply in this part of the
The analysis shows that the water
of the springs, in addition to Its
purity, is more susceptible to soften-
heeded ing than that from the city wells. At
nresent. Owensboro. Ky.. is soften-
This mother in Israel, who passed
away Saturday at the home she had
cherished for many years, led one of
those (beautiful and useful but quiet
lives that is one of ,the greatest vir virtues
tues virtues of true womanhood.
iMrs. 'Ferguson was the second
daughter of Col. and airs. Wiley
Brooks, who came to Florida imme immediately
diately immediately after it was ceded to the
United States. She Was born at
iNewnansville, Alachua county, Dec.
fl'2, 1826. 'Her parents were of the
old cavalier trace that laid the endur enduring
ing enduring foundation of southern civiliza civilization.
tion. civilization. In .1846, IMiss .Nancy Brooks be became
came became the bride of Mr. Nell Ferguson,
a young Scotchman who came to this
country in 1833. Together they
founded the home at Emanthla of
which this noble woman ,was the
sacred center for over sixty years.
IBmathla was the. gift to ."Miss (Nan
and IMr. (Neil" of Chocla 'Emathla, a
Seminole chief, who found in them
proof that there were -kind and
truthful. men and women among the
white torrents that overflowed the
red man's land. He dwelt near them
in his last days, in his dying hours
was nursed by iMrs. 4erguson, and
his 'bones Vest in the same soil with
those of his friends and benefac benefactors.
tors. benefactors. Their home and settlement
will perpetuate his name.
iln 1871; fMrs. Ferguson became a
widow, and ever after wore heavy
mourning for her husband. In near near-Iy
Iy near-Iy all the years since she has 're 'remained
mained 'remained in her home, steadily spread spreading
ing spreading its benign v influence to her child children
ren children and neighbors. v
She was the mother of a large
family, the members of which are
.well known all over this part of the
siae. (Her home life was Ideal, and
one of its precepts that no unkind
iword was to be spoken in its pre precincts.
cincts. precincts. So she lived and spread a
gentle influence, the effect of which
will be felt till the end of time.
In these days of change, lives and
hemes like hers are so rare that they
are -worthy of special note. She-has
passed from among us, but her good
works shall ever live. V
vise soms means of improving the
condition of the great industry of
the state which has been in deplora
ble condition for some time past.
The solution of the matter. If
. - -- ...'- '- ? ...
there is one, is to secure a market, at
home for naval stores. "Most "of the,
product of the turpentine men was
formerly shipped abroad. The war
has practically stopped the Importa Importation
tion Importation of their output and the men are
up against a hard prob.
About S'5, of the operators have
eeiv induced to comeinto the asso association
ciation association that will endeavor to revive
the, business and many of them will
be here Friday, talk ihe matter over
and expect to materially improve the
. The Star sincerely hopes the menj
who have their money invested: In
J he business, men who have done so
much in the past to develop the
state, can handle the situation and
get what they should have for th?ir
labor and capital a fair return on
RANKER'S ADVICE TO
DO NOT BUY POOR IMPLEMENTS
AND WASTE TIME
AND MONEY GOING TO THE BLACKSMITH SHOP RIGHT
WHEN YOU ARE BUSIEST.; r
' COME TO US AND BUY 5COI IMPLEMENTS WHICH
BELIEVES IN BRYAN
Dixie pars the following deserved
tr'bute to Senator Nathrn P. Bryan.
"As is known to all Floridians I
have not been partial to Senator
iNathan P. Bryan. I was a very In-
The following from the4 Wall
Street Journal may be of interest to
our citizens at this time:
(Municipal bond committee of the
Investment Bankers (Association re recently
cently recently sent "out a letter to the clerk
of each county in the United S tates,
and the clerks of all cities and towns
having a population of 2,000 and ov over,
er, over, in part, as follows:
The European War, which has dis disturbed
turbed disturbed general business conditions,
has materially restricted the demand
for 'municipal securities; iA number
ol our larger cities have offered their
bond issues for-sale without receiv-;
ing any bids. The Investment Bank Bankers
ers Bankers Association is especially desirous
of having the estaibllshed values of
municipal Issues maintained so far as
possible. This is of importance not
only to the present owners of hdnds
now outstanding, but also to all mu municipalities
nicipalities municipalities -Which may desire to sell
additional bonds within the next eigh eighteen
teen eighteen months. To accomplish this
the supply of new municipal issues
should not outrun the demand, which
although now very limited will proba probably
bly probably Increase during the nxext few
weeks, perhaps months, and gradual gradually,
ly, gradually, arrive at normal.
This association desires your co cooperation
operation cooperation and stronglv urges that you
advise officials in. your section to keep
new issues at a minimum and to post postpone
pone postpone any new construction or Im Improvement
provement Improvement work- until financial and
Investment conditions are somewhere
hear normal. This association es especially
pecially especially advises against allowing mu municipal
nicipal municipal bonds to come on to the mar
ket through contractors; that is hav-t
in payment for work, as such securi securities
ties securities are usually offered. on .the market
at considerably under prevailing pri
ces. In any event, this is very ex expensive
pensive expensive financing for a municipality,
as the contractor charges such dis-
count figuring his contract price.
This association is willing and de de-sirious
sirious de-sirious of co-operating with munici
pal and county officials toward hand-
ig the present situation to the best
advantages of all concerned. Matur Maturing
ing Maturing ibond issues which must be re
funded to prevent defaults are, or
WILL STAND HARD WEAR.
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TO ENHANCE' YOUR
. 'WOMtAiN'S lyuTY IN THIS VOItLD 13" 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 stones,
buy your jewelry from us. we 'don't carry tiii:
cheap, tawdry stuff, but honest goode ii on on-.estly
.estly on-.estly priced.
m M. BUI
municipal financing which the market J &&&&&Z?&r4r& -!-XXmXmXKwXX''XX
may have to absorb during the next
twelve imonths, we shall appreciate j y rFfr
full advices from you as to the sltua- S
j. n tii t x x. I
lion in your iocaiiiy, wuai aiuuuui ui
maturing Issues require (refinancing
what amount to complete projects
now under construction, and what
wuloul au vxuaiu J iU5 no WdlC1' .V V T order that' our membership .may
-of hein& subjected to considerable of incrusting solids amounting to Ibrother, Will, whom I xegarded :the le &Msed of the .prcybable amount of
:xltlclsm. 15.40 grains per lv00 U. S. -gallons. 'Diggest ana uesi man oi ms yeare iu
It -will never (pay Ocala to elect The same amount of Silver (Springs (Florida. iNathan "Bryan, however, it
nnv other sort of man as aldermen, hwater has but 14.04 trains. must-be conceaea, is regaraea as a
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'City government- at Its simplest! The foot well In the city 'wg man m -wasningion. ,ne may
needs honest and competent men. gives a proportion of 37. 7 grains, be eccentric, and he is. .He certainly
"This city is now committed to muni- and a 350 foot -well 26.36. These has iproved that he is not a dema-
dpal ownership. It has an electric 1 few -figures giw in the shortest man- gogue. He has grown In (popularity
plant ana a water plant, and the ner -possible an idea of the superior- during the ipast few (months by his
number of public utilities it -will own ity of the Silver Springs water. strict adherence to democratic prln-
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'tniRRRsa of municfoal ownership de-Uer, which is full and -very interest- is popular -he asks: "Is it demo- 1
pends on the (management of good ing, is rather too (voluminous for us I cratic?" "(Equal Tights to all; spe-
znen. Bad ones would ruin dt. to print. It can ibe seen at the Board cial privilege to none" has ibeen un
it is (becoming more and more of Trade headquarters. j held hy ihim when Florida industries
T-rr It x tX..yv 4- V. v or t CATT rtf 'I VM 1 Cf TTrvrkf JT V minaimtfir F cmi nr14 nvnlnnttnn rt n A mttiyvn Vt Ttr f
men to serve on the council. Sev- .the Silver Springs water leads many ton controversy ,was on. When Bry. Information will be tabulated In the $ FOZZOUG
eral of our leading citizens have to think .that the combined water an won otft with Pete IMgnan for ora or. tne asation ana ipuwwn-.
flatlv refused, in the last few days, 1 and electric .plant which the city in- (postmaster, a few ignorant ones
to stand for the office. Those who tends to erect should be built at or yelled "pope" and "Catholicism,
accept will do so (mostly from the near Silver Springs and use the wa- hut iNat Bryan would have been an
Reeling that the work has to 'be done ter. ingrate had he deserted Dignan. To
a33d it Is their duty to serve, fit is Hn addition to the quality and in- the cries of protest he replied that if
safe, to say that every councilman is exhaustible supply of the water, he had to be a bigot and fight any
there is another great
To -a Pe?ec3 Ui:d.P?I:I2g
''HiOC2ii CI1 OGiltii...i3
amount -voted or contemplated for en-
IFive thousand six hundred and six
ty-six of these letters were sent out.
Over one thousand one hundred re-
pHes have so far been received. The
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
I is a necessity. To supply that: nc
i --cessity:' is 'Qw : Biiciaess : WW": W '.
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4 OCMLA FLORIDA
ed in a special bulletin at an early j
PHETTY AVINDOW DISPLAY
srorry half a dozen times a year that
The first experiments in commis
sion government were simply to put
cities in charge of commissions ap
pointed by the governors of states.
THiey had 'arbitrary powers, and
while, as in-the case of Galveston,
.hey did away with some evils, they
j-2KDkerally replaced them with others,
-ar-d' to bear, and harder to get
Tlie later experiments have been
mure advanced. The best form of
.TTvmlssirm eovernment now Is a"
Soard elected by the people, .which
See the pretty window display of!
considera- good man because of his honest rer French Toilet ware at A. IE. ;Burnett,
That is, that if the plant used llgious belief, then he would rather the jeweler.
either oil or coal for fuel, it would
ibe best and cheapest to bring the
supply from Jacksonville by boat.
This would at once give Ocala, by-
ruling of the Interstate Commerce
Commission, an interstate freignt Lat Bryan has done that 1 do not!
rate that the railroads would have to agree with, but in justice to him it
regard, and would save the people should be said that he is not a dem-
of this section many thousands cf agogue and that he ranks "'high in
dollars every year in freight rates. jv ashington. He has a backbone and
Silver Springs is part of Ocala, he does not play to the galleries."
and a boat that touches there tics
not be In the Senate. This attitude
strengthened Bryan among the clear
headed, intelligent and fair-minded!
people of every religious faith in
Florida. There are many things that
up at an Ocala dock. Putting our
eitv Dlantnear it, and using the
South Carolina Rust-Proof, andj
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Cat Reasoned Wisely.
Romances quotes a remarkable story
about a cat's reasoning power. While
a-paraffin lamp was being trimmed,
some of tbc oil fell on the back of the
cat, and a cinder from the fire shortly
afterward touching it, the fur becam
ignited. The cat instantly made for
thft door and, running up the village
street, plunged into the wa.ring
trough. She had seen her human
friends at home put out their kitchen
fire with v iter, and sh2 must have
reasoned from this fact.
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Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt Water Fish in an y quantity.
For further inf ormati on address
Crystal River, Fla
Qaofee of 5 Tourist -.Trains
M aincl Nor tttowcsft
"DIXIE .FLYER" "DIXIE LIMITED"
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Pullman cars from Chicago; St." Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville and
intermediate points to Jacksonville, v
DINING AND 6bS EUVATION CARS
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., ; J. G.; KIRKLAND, D. P. A..
128W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. 'Hillsboro Hotel. Tampa. Fla
OC ALA, FLORIDA.
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository,
When in Tampa, Live at the Hillsborp
Comfortable rooms, good meals, prompt and courteous service
and a warm welcome.' Absolutely fireproof; everything
thoroughly modern and up-to-date; prices fair and reasonable.
In the Center of Things 1 Tw Dining Roomsnowopsn
Hanks, court house. clubs, stores, post
office and other public buildings are Bear
t.ie Ilillsboro many of them across the,
street or just around the corner. Direct'
street car service to Union Station. Hand
baggage to and from boats and trains free
of charge. Porters meet all trains.' ;
The new ladies' and gentlemen's dining
iroom on the top floor is unusually pleasant,
always cool and affording a fine view of
the c;ty and suburbs. Special attention
paid to parties. Grill room in basement.
New chef and new corpsof waiters Only
the best of food served in either room
While every effort is made to take care of guests without reservations, better
arcommodatlons can be given if you drop us a line a few days in advance.
L. B. Skinner. HSlOI!2 $F H.P. Driver.
President. TAMPA, FLORIDA Manager.
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C .SrVI f xators wa:vtcd for
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FIKKCK IJATTL.K XKAlf XOIITH
SEA GOES OX AVITH UXIU-
Paris, tXov. 10. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the terrific frattle ras rasing
ing rasing (between the Xbrth Sea and. the
region of Arrnentieres continues with
BLfllll UP AT
ItU.MOU THAT XOItTII CAKOMXA
HAS SHARED FATE OF
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Washington, Nov. 10. Rumors,
which are 7Jnconfirmei, are current
in a number of Atlantic coast cities
today that the United States cruiser
Xorth Carolina has been blown up
at Beirut, Asiatic Turkey. The treas treas-urv
urv treas-urv department has requested the
Commercial Cable Company to at attempt
tempt attempt to secure information as to the
(present location of the North Carc-
n nniirc- nm 1 rnpii
a liiti- -mm
CIAIMS ADVANCE IX FHAXCE;
HOLDS RUSSIANS AT A
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Berlin, Nov, 10. (Official). The
enemy has been compelled to give
way at several points as the result of
our strong attacks. Our advance
has been maintained. We have
gained strong positions about Ypres
and1 Arras., The situation in the east
PJ1EPARIXG TO REPUI.SE
(Athens, iNov. 10. Bulgaria is pre-
SLEW GER3LA.X AVLATOIt AXD
CARRIED OFF HIS MACHIXE
Baris, CS'ov. 10. -JRoIand Garros
had a narrow escape while engage
in an aerial duel with a German near
Amiens IMonday. When his motor j paring for -war. Mines are being
broke down, Garros made a cork- planted in the Gulf of Lagos, an arm
screw descent and when he landed of the (Aegean Sea, in order to pre pre-felgned
felgned pre-felgned death. The German landed ) vent an attack on. Bulgarian ship ship-and
and ship-and approached wliat -he thought -wa3 ping there:
the body of the famcus iFrench avia-
' AOOTIIER SUCCESS
tor. (As- he did so, Garros shot him
dead with his revolver and escaped
to his line in the German s aeroplane.
CRO WXS FOR THE QUEEX
OCAIA KNIGHTS AVE RE
JIAVE DRIVEX AUvSTRIAXS BACK
AXTTH HEAIT LOSS
:Nish, Nov. '1 is officially an announced
nounced announced here that the offensive
movement make by Anstrians against
the Servian positions near Shabats
on the Save river has been repulsed
with heavy losses.
TRYING TO GIVE HOME
BOYS A TOUBXAiMEXt
Ocala Knights of Pythias invited a
fewof. their members and others to
entertain them for an hour.
!After the lodge had opened and at attended
tended attended to its routine 'business, the
hall was thrown open to the .public
and a most Interesting program was
Chancellor Commander Gober-and
Knight Gross both' made most inter
esting talks for the "good of the or order."
The boys then enjoyed a splendid
musical program, rendered by Messrs.
G. 'A. Nash, Frank Gates, Harry
Cole and C. 'A. 'Smith, with iMiss Mary
Gates as pianist.
After the public features of the
evening were finished, the lodge re
assembled, and Messrs. 'Robert L.
Anderson, Jr., and Robert Clarkson
xok their first .lessons in Pytnian-
Chancellor Baxter of the Reldicl;
lodge was present and invited thej
Ocala Knights to be with theni next;
Tuesday evening, at which time they
Intend "putting on several ranks of
The members are now "guessing"
at what is going to happen when the
entertainment committee gets its
head men together again for action.
And -Maids of Honor of the Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament are Pretty and Appropriate
rne gentlemen wno nave cnarge
.Hearing that the crowns for the ,,un..der the leadership of iMr. H. S.
queen and maids of honor at the'rjhami.Prs nf th lanrfi tminramMt
for the Olarion-Sumter 'Fair are now
working on a plan to have a tourna tournament
ment tournament lor the Ocala' boys. They are
ibarred from entry in the Tegular
feature which takes place the three
first days of the fair cm account of
an advantage they anight 'have In
practicing on the course for some
days .before the event Is .pulled off.
It is proposed to make a one day
affair of this for Friday, (November
'27th. Arrangements have not yet
!been completed for thfs special stunt
but, it is thought that it can be sat satisfactorily
isfactorily satisfactorily arranged so as not to In Interfere
terfere Interfere with any part of the program
as laid out.
r t rrr 11 nr 1 jCKift s millinery store, a Star repor-
Castle (Hall on Monday evenings, and L 3
. . .. m. ter entered that sanctum of good
last evening was no exception. Thei. .
xusttj auu -was auuweu xu Bet; iub 7rr
naments that knightly skill will win
for beauty during the fair;
, They are pretty and tastefully de designed
signed designed coronets of orange 'blossoms
mounted on pearls. The reporter in-1
duced Mrs. Haycraf t's charming
young assistants to set the crowns up upon
on upon their own 'heads, so he could see
just how they, were going to look,
and he can certify thatany young
man may .be proud to win one and o o-f
f o-f er it to the lady he thinks m6st
worthy to wear it.
This. tournament is going to be a
great, feature, and income respects
the finest of the fair.
Mr. C. J. McCrainey of "Starke's
Ferry, is in town on "business today.
ON TREES OF A BEAUTIFUI
Do You want them at a IlaralnT
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of lGacres on. 20-acro
tract, all fenced but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,00fr
boxes o? orange3 now on-'trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Pardon
Price of Property as it stax;idi?
Greatest Bargain In the County.
Call on or Address
Itoorn 5, Merchant's Cloclr,
Phone 125, OCALA, FLA
Uerclicnts Ci tlicers' Trcns Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Bert
service. Wireless telegraph ca ci)
iteamers. Through. fare3 and tlclicta
.0 all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla,, Expert wora
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
Col. Gillespie in Scotland
The following from the Tampa
Times will be of interest to Ocala
friends of Col. Gillespie. Annually
the golf players, of the Ocala club
I play for a cup presented several
years ago .by Col. Gillespie:
(Hoot mon! Didst know that Col.
J. Hamilton Gillespie, known for
years as the "golfing mayor of Sar Sarasota,"
asota," Sarasota," had given up warfare on the
golf courses for the grimmer task of
preparing Scotchmen ".r warfare
with the minions of Enipror Will William?
iam? William? Well, he has, and thousands -of
people in (Florida know full well that
the canny Scotchmen will be really really-truly
truly really-truly soldiers when they "graduate"
under the colonel. .-
E. W. Marsh of Sarasota is in re receipt
ceipt receipt of a letter from Colonel Gilles Gillespie,
pie, Gillespie, In which he states that he is at
present employed in drilling Scotch
soldiers, and predicts that, these men
from the land of Bobby Burns an I
the clan Macfarlane will soon clean
up everything that has a German air
about it, including -Limburger cheese.
Colonel Gillespie has never been been-known
known been-known to utter an untruth since he
deserted the "banks and 'braes" of
iScotland to become a resident of Sar Sarasota,
asota, Sarasota, and his friends declare that
he is clinging to truth in this in instance.
stance. instance. Colonel Gilles-pie is one of the most
genial "men that ever invaded Flori Florida,
da, Florida, and is the 'pioneer golfer of the
state. vHis friends are glad, indeed
tnat his years prevent him from be being
ing being sent to the front and being "shot
up" by the German warriors, who
are demonstrating the fact that they
are "some" fighters.
REMARKABLE CUBE OF CROUP
"Last winter when my little boy
had croup I got him a "bottle of
.Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon hon-I
I hon-I estly believe it saved his life," writes
!iMrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It
I cut the phlegm and relieved his
j coughing spells. I am most grateful
'for what this remedy has done for
'him.' For sale by all dealers. ad
is the name of a live, interesting family newspaper
which will give the news of the county in general and
of the Ocala Bargain House in particular. If you have
not received a copy of it, write for one, for we want
everyone in Marion county to read the good things, and
the news of the great bargains it will contain. It is
free to you, so -ask or write us for it.
OiiF GrcaS MFotocSoiry Sale is still going on.
In fact, we are giving More and Better Bargains than
ever. Some of our competitors and imitators are of offering
fering offering what they call bargains, but we are the origi originators
nators originators or real bargains in Ocala.' -S
We will at all times sell you More goods for same
money and Same goods for Less Money than any com competitor.
petitor. competitor. "May the Best Values Wm Out" is the slo slogan
gan slogan of this store. Come in and enjoy the good things
of our great Sale.
B. GOHJIWMI&RI, IPFOpEieto!?
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Aim Extensive Line of
from which to make
ion, in dark or liffht
Not Over 20 Yards to a
met with splendid treatment at the hands of ;?the citizens, -nbt"bnly or .Maribiii'. County, .ibufc
also those of nearby counties. The confidence placed in -us and the coincsquerrl cmccsGcjje
have attained is most gratifying; We want to still further advance along industrial-. iiEies
and to that end will offer many extraordinarily low; prices during ;the' ANWIERSAL--
S4 .K m order to retain
Ladies' $1.50 gm -metal, one strap uxiora, nexioxei
T arHoc' nvfrvrds $2 values. Vici Kid in plain toe I
and single sole, low heel. LV nice comrorta.Die i
shoe for ihouse wear. Sale T CQ I
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T-t-. r a io5n natont i a.thAr. vno Rtran. I
iUUlf u.viuiuj K4ttiu l""" 1 1
As -we ohly ihave a tew (pair, lerx .we are causing
f TT iaie oniySU!! f!!. f $ 1 .49 1
Ladies' $2.50 Patent Leather Button Oxfords with
cap toe, dome last, the new thing lor this year.i
lAlmost any. size you want. Sale QO
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Ladies' $2.50 Oun CMetal
dome last, high raised toe; the new QO
last. Sale, -price. P X O
tuuuw-w.t. ?h I LVII
them out In this sale nor. .
iaaies 'ST w r;
new luic lasx .tuu 1 .lS 1 .Hftl
medium weignt soi.
Ladies' $2.50 Gun letal Black Pumps, the iLaSalle
last wixn meaium men H I MX
medium raised toe. Sale price V v
Ladies' $2.50, Satin Black Pump, sizes from 3 to
'rne iane iiutf m uw nw
this season. &aie pnoj. . w
Ladies'. $ 3. ;2 5 Oun 3Ietal and Patent Leather witni
medium weight sole, flexible and onrame wen
made welt and sole. iBoth button ana ncj fJQ
Oxfords. Sale price.- P JS
Ladies' $3.50 to $4 Oxfords, Oun Qletal and Pat Patent
ent Patent Leather welt, soles very flexible and dressy,
the new style for this season. Patent (button,
patent hlucher, gun metal -button and (tjrt OA
gun metal blucher. . .. ..... Pi
Ladies' $3.50 to $4 high top tan shoes, 16 buttons
and iblucher with medium weight sole and heel.
Very soft and pliable. Sale $2 98
' Ladies $2.75 Gun CMetal high top shoes, both low
and 'high heel, 'both button and Iblucher; medium
weight sole, broad last. Sale QO
LOOK FOR RED SIGN, "ANNIVERSARY SALE
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We made bur first appearasice', m
or Ocala, and; we. rally conreso mat cisiice mat i::nnie -v.e ji-irwe
the ffood will or former Fsatrons and also to
LADIES' SHOES Continued.
One lot of Ladles' Oxfords, VicI Kid, narrow last,
si7Ps f mm 2 tn 4. Resrular nricft SS.nO. As
,We only have small sizes we are go- CO O A
liLadies' $3.50 Tan Poimps, .baby doll last, low h eel,
flexible sole, sizes from 2 to 5. Sale
trae lot of Ladies high top Vici Kid Bludher Shoes,
Tegniar iprice i o; sizes irom s to 4 As tne
sizes are an smau we wiu close inem
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LOOK FOR RED SIGN, "ANNIVERSARY SALE
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Men's $2.50 (high top Elk Skin Shoes, the shoe that
everylbody Iknows will wear and give the service
tfor the IWMnklng man gie 6 h 0 0
Men'. $1.75 Borneo hoes, low heel, plain toe, soft
and comfortaible. Sale
n's $3.50 Patent Leather Oxfords; welt sole. cai
toe, wasp last, the new last 'for this season. Both
i (button and Mucher styles, ale (r
I pricQ Jj) 9
Men's $4 Oxfords, .both button and iblucher, patent
leather, welt sole, spider last and gQ OQ
rwasp Hast. Sale-price... .... n5.i
M $5 Patent Leather, welt soles, (button and
I blucher, wasp, spider and plazer last, the new
styles for this season, hand sewed.
i Sale iprice.
Boy's Shoes and Oxfords, regular $2.50 dj Aft
lvalue, sale price. P JO
.Boy's $3.50 Oxfords, gun metal and patent leather
welt sole, raised toe, well made and JO OQ
very dressy. Sale price. ... ....... POc
Boy's $3.50 high top gun metal and patent leather
welt sole, button and 'blucher, well made and
dressy, raised toe, white oak sole, djn Oft
kid, also fancy. Sale price. .! tp.JO
Boy's $2 Shoes,x medium weight sole, well made,
;blucher, medium wide toe. The very rfj-i rQ
thing for school wear. Sale price. P X OJ
Baby 65c soft sole Oxfords, straps, white A7
bid, also fancy. Sale price He i C
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Men's $2 ha-ts with roll forim and high crown, weil
made. Can be 'worn either way, tele- (-9 OA
J scope or Alpine, ale price. . . V
(Men s $2.i)U mats, wen maae witxi uueuiuiu uigu
, crown (with wide brim, blue, iblack and tan." Can
, be 'worn either telescope or Alpine. A: ( 1 Q
Sale price. . . . v. . v. . . ..; W A
Men's $3.50 hats, sizes 7 to 7 If we have yoar
size in this lot it wall pay you to take a lcwk as
we are -putting them in at a place to move them.
They consist of almost any shape 1 QO
you may want. Sale price. 9 a
Ano'ther lot almost the same at the Cl A Q
price of . . ... ; V
s We will try to give our customers just what they
want. '.We will put on sale thats ranging from $25
to $3.98. '
LOOK FOR RED SIGN, "ANNIVERSARY SALE'
(Men's soft shirt with collar, regular price 65c. They
are well made, stripes and wnite -pat- A y
terns. Sale price, .a. ... . ...... tM
Men's Shirts without collar, the regular '9 0c; value.
(Made of stripes with cuff to match all ?0
ready to attach to shirt. Sale price. D(
iMen's $1.2'5 Shirts, made with collar or without.
Both white and stripes. Well made. 07
The shirt that young men .want. Price C
(Men's 8c (Handkerchiefs, (half inch. Item white, A
fine finish. Sale (price. . . . ttC
(Men's 10c Handkerchiefs, white iwith half pv
inch hem, well finished. Sale price. 4 C
(Men's 5 0c fleece lined underwear, well q Q
made drawers or shirt. Sale 'price. . 32C
IMen's l'2c half 'hose, blackv and tan, well Q
made,. Sale price. ... .... . . ... . v.-. dC
IMen's Silk 'half hose, regular 35c values, r
Sale price. . . . . 1 C
... DRESS GOODS
65c all wool serge, 36 inches wide, blue, black,
navy and gray. Sale price, 'per a mj
yard . He C
75c (Mohair, 44 inches wide, fine finish, AQk
gray and (black. Sale price . TriC
60c wool foroeade dress goods, 42 inches QQ
wide, brown and blue. Sale price. 3tC
LOOK FOR RED SIGN, "ANNIVERSARY SALE"
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house hold to offer as a SDecfe. :a
see the hundreds of really attrscu
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more h Thursday,
ustonier; hut you may have yo
same condition any time during
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tractive desimc to cslect rVosn.
Formerly sold for 8 c' a yard,
Not Over 20 Yards to a Customer
1 0o inf'ii'o
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1 J. (Srypl Here to get rid of as nearly everything in the store wao
.lO ILO b ought for this season?s business. We want to show those
ho have made our suceess possible that we appreciate their patronage by giving
em anniversary saie prices on every article in tne store. 2 look at me iigores
low will give an idea of many real values to be-secured during tMs sale. Goine
and let's get acquainted if you are not already numbered among our patrons,
e expect to make this Anniversary Sale an annual event and guarantee satis-
ction on every purchase. : : : ; : : :
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d an article used in every
bnt for people to call and
;ains to be had during the
ii of other merchandise or
nly one soap sale to each
bor get a package on the
A well made pair of Ladies' Hose Sup Supporters
porters Supporters for only 9 Cents. Only one
pair to a customer. :.
Men's $2 Pants with medium peg tap, -!belt straps,
hip pockets, watoh pockets, both. light J AQk
and dark 'patterns. Sale price. ... P A TtJ
tMen's $2.50 Pants nith !belt loops, watch "pockets,
hip pockets, side ipockets, medium peg top, med medium
ium medium size hem, tooth dark and light di Q
patterns. Sale iprioe. vlt0
Men's $3 Pants, peg top, two inch hem, (well made,
iwatch ipockets, :belt loops, side pockets, hip
pockets, finely finished. Sale' ?0
"price... t!P" w
'Men's $3.50 Iayfield Woolen Qlills "pants known
the world over. They -are well made with hip
pockets, watch pockets, side pockets, two-Inch
'hem, nicely finished, fboth light and dark (pat (patterns,
terns, (patterns, all tblue serge. Sale tO PQ
(Men's $4 well known Cklayfield Woolen iMills Pants,
light patterns, well made, ipeg top, 2 -inch hem.
Guaranteed by the factory to do as dQ qq
they say. Sale price P3'
-Men's $5 to $6 tMay field Woolen IMills Pants, peg
top, side pockets, fbelt loops, watch pockets, hip
pockets, 2 -inch hem, iboth light and dark pat-
. terns, also in navy hme and navy iblue -with small
- price. . .
Boy's Pants, Knickerbocker style, well A'm7
made, regular 65c kind. Sale price. . C
Boy's $1 Pants, well made, side pockets, (belt loops.
.Made to -fit and to wear well. Sale 70
price. ......................... . 2 C
Boy's $1.40 Pants, belt straps, side pockets, hip
pockets, well made, 'both dark and fancy
patterns. Sale price. ..... i
Boy's $2 Pants, well made, peg top style, belt loops,
side pockets, hip pockets, watch pocket, in
both dark and light patterns. Sale
LOOK FOR RED SIGN, "ANNIVERSARY SALE"
LOOK FOR RED SIGN, "ANNIVERSARY SALE"
Boy's 23c dark cloth hat.
each. ........ .
Ladies' 75c 'black and fancy colored petti
coats, made of .satin, sale iprioe'. .....
Ladies $1.25 Petticoats, black, green,
tango. Sale price. ............ ...
40c 'window shades; 6 feet by 38 Inches. Wre only
have a few left and will close these out
in this sale at the price of, each. .....
We'have about 40 canopies which we don't care to
carry over to next saimmer. They are lull size
and are. worth $1.75, and we will close this fine
mosquito bar out during this sale (1 OQ
for. ... ........ .... ...... ...... P JL 45iO
8'5c children's dresses. They are made out of per
cale and igingham. The sleeves are half
sleeves. Sale price. ........... ;
$1.25 children's dresses, ginghams arid
tpercales, sale price. .,. . . ... . :
$1.50 children's dresses, made of percales
and ginghams, sale price....... ....
(Ladies' $1.25 dresses, made of ginghams,
sale (price. .......................
Ladies other dresses ranging in iprice from 98c up.
liadies' Hats. We are closing out this depart
ment and we are marking the prices so as to move
every one in the house during this sale, rne
prices will range as follows, from 23c to $2.98.
They must go regardless of cost.
iLadies' corsets have all 'been cut. The prices will
range from 23c to $-2.98.
Ladies' 65c flannel gowns, well made for
the iprice. Sale price
Ladies' $1 muslin gowns, nicely finished
with trimming to match. Sale price.
Ladies' $1,25 muslin gowns, well made.
Ladies' 6e muslin drawers. Sale
$3.50 Woolnap blankets, white. Sale
Ladies Sweaters ranging in price from 98c to
Bargains in Dress Goods
45o.wool flannel, red and white, new and ""y
fresh. Sale price, per, yard. .......... 0 C
35c 'fancy plaias for dresses. Sale price
i 'per yard J C
65c iblack silk stripe poplin for trimming, a ?
. Sale iprice, per yard. ; . 4 O
15c Corylopsis Talcum power, made toy the Tal Talcum
cum Talcum Puff Company. Sale price 3 cans for 25c. Not
over three cans to a customer.
50c silk stripe ratine, pink and brown. Sale 7
. price per yard. . ............. . . J C
35c Russian cord plaid dress goods, pink, ijq
iblue, lavendar and fan. Sale price yard SoC
50c silk stripe tpoplin, almost any shade you
may want. Sale price, per yard s5C
$1.25 Belding's satin, almost any color, 3G OA
inches wide. Sale price, iper yard. . OJC
35c silk stripe poplin, all shades. Sale price o
per; yard. itjC
25c poplins, all shades except black. Sale
'price, per yard. .
15c dress ginghams, guaranteed not to s
v fade, new (patterns.' Sale price, per yd. JL J. C
12 c dress ginghams, fast colors. Sale i a ;
price, per yard JLU O
10c dress ginghams, fast colors. Sale-price, o
per yard uC
12c percales, 3 6 inches wide, stripes, fancy gy
, darks and lights. Sale price. ......... C
15c percales, 36 in wide, fine soft finish, 4
light and dark shades j Sale price yard. JL i C
7c bleaching, 2 7inches wide, sale price per C.
J x .... ..........
8c prints in fancy colors and stripes, darks
and lights. Sale price per yard
39c O. K. I. silk, plain colors. Sale price per
35c Foulards, blue with white dot, black r o
with white dot. Sale price per, yard. . C
12 c cotton flannel, ibleached, good qual- f g
ity. Sale price, per yard 1 U C
A large line ; of Ladies' Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs, only 2 Cents each. Only
5 to a customer.
LOOK FOR RED SIGN, "ANNIVERSARY Jlt"
THE VIA- KVKN1MU tflAJU TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914
I OCAL A SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Better Babies Contest Ojens T T-morrow
morrow T-morrow Tho second annual Better Babbles
ConUxA, held by the Health Cam mil mil-tee
tee mil-tee of the Woman's Club, begins to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at the
Woirttn's Club .building and will last
The chairman of the committee.
"Mrs. 01. C. Dozier, urges all mothers'
to keep their appointments promptl
eliminate confliction and confusfo
Ocala as the guest of (Mrs. 'Charles
Goddard, has returned home. She
made many pleasant acquaintances
during her stay who will be glajfvito
welcome her return .at no"' distant
ftfght O'Clock Dancing
The organization last week of an
8 o'clock dancin&uilub has given an
impetus -to thee social calendar for
the three days, in order tfcjthe w1nter. The OTtnightly dances
The committee is desirous that ever
mother bear in snind that the con-H
test is not a beai ty show but that
the babies are examined physically
and mentally and the prizes are
awarded according to the average
scorod on those two points.
Tins prize -winners will be announc announced
ed announced at the Woman's Club meeting
will be inauguratednext Friday eve evening
ning evening and the event is being keenly
anticipated by the society contingen
The charter (members of the club
are iMessrs. Jack Camp, C. H. Lloyd,
Phil Robinson, Frederick Hocker, M.
C. Izlar, J. (D. McDonald James Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Whitfield Palmer, Norton Davis,
IHolmes Walters, Tom Pasteur, Pete
Mcintosh, J. H. Taylor and Clarence
(Nov. s2l, .which is Health Day, in the 1 Camp. The following -names were
club calendar. Seventy-five entries
have 'been made for the contest which
is a '.small gain over the entries of
tifrs. Jean Kellcg Aoistin and ftliss
JFear Ai;sl1i, former residents are
expects in Ocala sometime in Janu January
ary January to visit: f rifndii. (Miss 'Austin will
mako '.icr dob&f.in Ht. Paul, iMinn.,
this month, bin; presented to soci society
ety society -by her tingle anci aunt, IMr. and
iMrs. Frank Kfllog, and In December,
"with hr iaccier, she will go to
Washington for stveril weeks. fc'rom
Was-Ungtor; they .wit! come direct!
Mr. T. Schreiber and., fan. ily,
who have been occupying the iMc iMc-Kean
Kean iMc-Kean home lor several; years r.vill
move next 'Week to-'th-a house (recent (recently
ly (recently vacated by (Mt. and Mars. E. E.
(Robinson and family.
(Mis;? iBeulah Whitney, of Jackson Jackson-Tille,
Tille, Jackson-Tille, Is the lovely -guest of Ofjss
Catherine Livingston, arriving this
.-afternoon from Orange Lake, where
she ha.? 'been visiting 'her grand grand-on
on grand-on other.
IMiss CUamie Taylor is in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg attending the state convention
of the Christian church.
iMiss Irene Campbell, of DeLanu,
will be a popular -visitor to Ocala
during feir week. IMiss Campbell
-will he the guest of iMrs. James Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, arriving on the twentieth.
IMrs. J. LM. Roberts, matron of the
high Sichool dormitory, will give a
public reception at the dormitory
Saturclay afternoon from 3 to 5
o'clock, the date being changed from
Thursday, as first announced, in
order that a large number of people
both In and out of town might avail
themselves of the opportunity to
visit the institution.
IMisj; Clara Worth of Tampa, -who
has 'been spending some days in
officially added to the membership of
the club today: .Messrs. C. L. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, William Hocker, (II. C. Dozier,
fit. S. Hall, IR. C. Camp, CM. J. Jloess,
C. C. (Meffert, W. D. Taylor, R. L.
tAnderson, Jr., W. B. Gallaglier, S.
Ii. (Mathews, R. K. Robinson, W. S.
Uullock, Jr., 1. F. Bennett, D. S.
"Vt food row, J. P. Chazal, W. I. Evans,
PI. L. iMershon and O. B. llowse.
(Jther names-will shortly be voted
n by the board of directors.
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its many uses.
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Sta4:e Agent, OCAIjA, FIjA
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There will be a special meeting of
Ocala chapter No. 29, O. 'E. S.f' Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night at Yonge's hall. At
this (meeting airs. English of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, grand matron of Florida,
will foe present to inspect the work.
iMrs. Annabelle Reed, -past grand
mitron and air. E. I. Wdbster, grand
patron, will also be present.
Gains. Van Zandt
Miss TLeo Carie Van Zandt of
Pliinfield, N. J., and air. R. H.
Gaino of WeirsdUe were quietly mar married
ried married in.Uacksonirllle yesterday, short shortly
ly shortly after the arrival of the Clyde
steamship iLenape, the marriage be being
ing being a '-culmination of a romance be begun
gun begun two years ago When the bride
with her mother, IMrs. J. S. 'Van
Zandt and sister, aiiss Emma Van
Zandt, spent the winter -at Weirs Weirs-dale.
dale. Weirs-dale. airs. -Gaino was accompanied south
on the Lenape by ner mother and
sister who are now en route home.
The bride is an' attractive and vi vivacious
vacious vivacious young woman, not quite out
of her teens, and the groom is Weirs Weirs-dal's
dal's Weirs-dal's popular Coast '.Line agent. The
Star joins their friends 'here and
elsewhere in wishing them supreme
airs. J. Pearson aioody, whewas a
delegate from 'Ann Junmitt Chapte,
Bt." Augustine, to the Florida state
convention in iKissimmee, passed the
city today en -route to her home. (Mrs.
Moody, who is an accomplished' wo woman,
man, woman, was formerly Gertie Barclay,
of Dallas, Teas, and a direct de descendant
scendant descendant of David -Barclay, of the
YHouse of Pry." Orlando 'Reporter-Star.
airs. B. D. Blackburn has return
from a bri
visit to air. an J airs. Frank aiath aiath-ew?
ew? aiath-ew? at Silver Springs, has returnel
to her tome ,at Candler.
.'Mrs. Edward Badger is in Tampa.
She is. the guest of her daughter,
airs. 3. Ct. Movers and family.
The weekly meeting of the real real-ing
ing real-ing club was held this afternoon at
the horn? of airs. J. -W. Hood.
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airs. Alvarado DeVane of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville arrived today for a visit to her
daughter, airs. Port ILeavengood.
She will remain until after the big
aiarion-Sumter Fair the latter -part
of the month.
airs. I!. L. Carney left last night
:'or Savannah to attend the twenty twenty-ilrst
ilrst twenty-ilrst anaual convention of the Unit United
ed United (Daughters of the Confederacy.
5?.he is a delegate from Dickison
Chapter and while in that city will
be the guest of her sister, .Mrs. Vv
aiiss 3"anny Robinson will be
hostess ia the morning to an infor informal
mal informal thhr ble party given in compli compliment
ment compliment to Miss Clara Johnson and in
the arte moon LMlss Dorothy Schrel Schrel-ber
ber Schrel-ber has Invited quite a few friends
to enjoy several progressions of auc
tion "with the two table auction club,
which meets with her at 3 o'clock.
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Mrs. Pickett's Bequest to Mrs. ISasIi--insky
The following from the Confeder Confeder-ate
ate Confeder-ate Veteran will be of interest to
many of our readers, especially the
friends of the Burford family, airs.
Bashinsky being a sister of ai.
To the Confederate Veterans: For
years I have been giving my lecture
on Gettysburg to thousands of audi auditors
tors auditors in the .North and in the West.
(Last summer I had the privilege of
giving it before very many of my
dear friends in the South. As I
hrilled to the enthusiasm with
rnich they -received my message
om that far-past era of fire and
torm, I thought of the time that
ould come when my own voice
would be silent. I wanted the story
still to be told, and .wondered who
would take up the work for me
when my strength should fail. In
Troy, Ala., I had the good fortune to
meet airs. I. ar. Bashinsky, (president
of the Alabama Division of the Unit United
ed United Daughters of the Confederacy, a
lady of .wide and deep culture and of
a remarkable gift in oratory. As an
inspiration the thought came that
here was the one to tell any story
with & ipower that would make it live
in the hearts of all who beard.' airs.
'Bashinsky graciously to do this work
for ore, and I shall leave to her as
ber own individual possession my
lecture on Gettysburg when 'I have
no longer the power to tell the
story. Faithfully yours,
flLa Salle Corbell Pickett.
' airs. Bashinsky is president 'of the
Alabama Division, U. )D. C,, and is 'a
prominent (Alabamian attending the
general convention now being (held
in Savannah. A three-quarter length
picture of airs. iBasb.insky eppears in
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air. Ernest aicLin of Jacksonville
is in the city on business. Some years
ago, tMr. aicLin livedo in Ocala and
his friends are pleased to welcome
him on his occasional trips to the
air. George J. Johns and' air. M.
ai. Foxworthy are representing the
Pedro section in thj city today.
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This is the drug store where you wiirlind
a great assortment of high grade candles,
chocolates, bonbons, creams everv thing
-you need in candydom. We will make up
assortments as you wish. Daintily boxed. -Come
here also for your ice cream, sodas
and cigars. Do you, housewife, know the
value of absorbent paper in the home? Try
They Save Housework V
You can't tell in how many ways until
you try them. Here are a few : polishing
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
jrease from fried foods, absorbing spilt
juids. Don t use your good linen towels
the kitchen and pile up big washings
try week. Use ScotTissue. Tunior,
:dium and large sizes. ScotTissue Toilet
aper is another article you will like.
X is soft, absorbent and snowy white.
Large rolls, 10c.
EUARIOX-DUXX MASONIC IOI)GE
Marion-Dunn Lodge ?to. F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:0 o'clock, Until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chr.pier, No. 29 O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. .M.
Miss Florrie Condon. Secy.
ODD FELLOW S
Tulula Lodge No. 22, 1. O. O. F.,
meets in I'onge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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NOTICE OP ELKCTIOX
Ocala, Florida, Nov. 3, 1014.
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in the under.sigrneci as mayor of
the icity of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and existing under the
laws of the state of Florida. I hrehv
j proclaim and srive notice that a muni
cipal election for the city of Ocala is
hereby called and will be held in the
said city of Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the
Slh Day of December, A. D. 1914
for the purpose of electing a
mayor of the iaid city; also one coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also two
councilmen from the second ward, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to serve as regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward ar-d one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of E. E. Robinson; also
one councilman from third ward- alo
two councilmen from fourth ward to--wit:
one to serve as regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of J. N. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and hereby aopoint the
inspector and clerks us follow;-
Ward No. One: O. B. Howse. F 15.
Beckham, J. H. Spencer, inspectors, 'and
J. V. Kea, clerk.
Ward No. Two: C. II. Mathews. Isaac
Stevens, C. M. Livingston, inspectors,
and H. II. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: L Warner, I.
Hurst. A. D. Fausett, inspectors, and J.
E. Bailey, clerk.
Ward ;o. Four: E. W. Krayhill, I. W.
Ogle, W H. McConn, inspectors, and
A. Y. Strunk, clerk.
(Seal) J. X). ROBERTSON.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: H. C. SISTRUNK.
City Clerk. 11-6-fri
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Cvlonday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers; Wm. Gober.C. C.
Cha3. K. Sage, K. of It. S. Ad
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all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
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assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. : We sell for Cash only,
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C CALA, FT011IDA
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vibitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. A&
LOYAL OKDEK OF 310USE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.t
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Vrisiting brethern always welcome io
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofficc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CHAPTER-NO. 13, K. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA IOBGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
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A. D. BROOKS
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to the City Mraket to tiie new
St. Georges Slock,
where he is now located in the
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iXrllvercd, Ifrjfore the Oca la Baptist
Hunday Scliool Sunday, Nov. 8
The pagisj of history are sadden saddened
ed saddened by the record of men of mighty
intellect anl splendid genius who
fell a prey r.o one form or another of
intemperance. Many of the;e
thought tht they could drink or lot
it alone, but they were deceived!
thereby anl found in the end ,th.t
strong drink was a mocker. But we
are indeed thankful that there are
seme whose names are emblazoned
on our country's scroll of fame w ho
were greatest in their power of self,
: control. They 'were mightier than I
Alexander whoconquered the world,
for they ruled their own spirits, pas passions
sions passions and appetites, while Alexander
was co'nquered by intemperance.
(Among these great souls there are
two -who stand preeminent for their
7 I P
i i I i i V
. S IV. -v, .
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Llself control and self denial and for
the clean, ijjure lives which they lived.
(It is especially fitting, therefore, in
these exercises that 'we should here
unveil ther pictures and .pay tribute
to the greatness and goodness and
purity of their lives, which should
serve as a model and an inspiration
to the hoys and young men of our
'Here in the center stands Lincoln,
whose star of fame, 'bring from the
beginning of his career, increased in
magnitude 'With the fleeting years. It
would 'be difficult to estimate how
much the American nation owes to
his far-sighted wisdom and noble
life. 'His great -unchanging creed
was "sRighteousness exalteth a na nation,"
tion," nation," and he considered temperance
one jf the ..cardinal principles ofi
righteousness. vo one j: ever made
such a marvelous triumph over diffi
culties and towered to such a lofty
height as 'did Lincoln without being
a master of self and practicing tem temperance
perance temperance in all things. The liquor or organizations
ganizations organizations have just recently tried
to gain favor with the Grand Army
men by claiming that Lincoln was
opposed to prohibition, (but Several
posts have offered large rewards to
anyone who will cite a word or a
deed, private or public, that would
justify such a statement. In his re religious
ligious religious views, in his early life, .Lin .Lincoln
coln .Lincoln was a doubter, hut an his ma ma-turer
turer ma-turer years he acquired considera considerable
ble considerable religious feeling and (became a
firm and undoubted believer in God
and immortality. iMany of his noted
statements breathe the noblest Chris Chris-tion
tion Chris-tion sentiments. .Note them in such
expressions as, "With malice toward
none, with charity for all, 'with firm firmness
ness firmness in the right as God giveth me
to see the right," and again in 'T
know that !I am right for liberty is
right for Christ teaches It and Christ
is God." When nine years of age,
Lincoln promised his mother that he
would never touch strong drink. Liv Living
ing Living at a time and in a section where
drinking was the rule he was count counted
ed counted peculiar for his abstinence. He
very early -wrote a strong essay on
"The (Evils of Strong 'Drink," join joined
ed joined the Sons of Temperance in his
early manhood and delivered a noted
temperance address at Springfield,
111., in 1842. When notified of his
nomination to the presidency, he ig ignored
nored ignored the custom of the times and
drank the 'welfare of the nation in
the 5est drink ever brewed for man,
Here on the right stands 'Lee, per perhaps
haps perhaps as great and good and unselfish
a man as ever lived in the annals of
time. I know of no other man in all
history so worthy in every (particular
of heing held up as a model for
young men. Well might it be said
of Robert E. 'Lee as Jefferson said of
IMonroe: 'If his soul were turned
wrong side out it would he found
without spot or hlemish." He never
touched tobacco, brandy or whisky.
When starting to the (Mexican war, a
lady gave him a hottle of old whis whisky,
ky, whisky, saying that he would he "sure to
need it, and that it was very fine. On
his return, he sent the hottle unop unopened
ened unopened to his friend to convince her
that he could get along without whis whisky.
ky. whisky. He did all in his power to dis discourage
courage discourage drunkenness among his of officers
ficers officers who drank freely, saying, "I
cannot consent to place in control of
others one who cannot control him
.WHJHii CAN Ava
k.AI MACES ioK
PR THIS &NBAKKA5j4
HE HAS A CjsOD
AMi AND H CAM
ACT' A VER DICT
self." When the South -wis under
military rule he '?rass hear I to say
that he wished that the federal offi office
ce office n who wero doing man." things
which they had no :ight to do, would
cl one all the grog rhops which were
luring young mer to destruction.
Lee loved the IBiblj and was a reg-j
ul3,r attendant upon Sunday hchool. j
The real cornerstone of his noble j
life was-his trust In God. j
We turn now to pay tribute to thej
"greatest woman .philanthropist" and
benefactor of our age, iMissj 'Frances
IE.' Willard. This 'exercise today, this
study of "temperance one Sunday out
of each quarter in every Sunday
school throughout the civilized
world, these Women Christian Tem Temperance
perance Temperance Union 3 that are waging such
relentless warfare against tho legal legalized
ized legalized liquor traffic, are directly or in indirectly
directly indirectly the results of the efforts of
this nohle woman. "She save her life,
her talent, her enthusiasm, to make
the world wider for women and bet better
ter better for humanity." She was 'a wom woman
an woman called of God, a woman who
preached Christ in politics, ChrlsMh
the home, the equality of the purity
of men and women. The liberation
of the oppressed, the destruction of
legalized wrong, and the upbuilding
cf all that was great in the home, in
the government and In the nation.
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGES INDIGESTION
TION INDIGESTION It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion jbecome
discouraged and despondent. (Here
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them iby 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 iyear ago when
I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and get a hottle of them, did I
find the right treatment. I soon be began
gan began to improve and since taking a
few (bottles of them my digestion is
fine." For sale by all dealers. ad
Scarcity of Bey Laborers.
Boy labor is very scarce in New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, and some manufacturers find girl
labor almost equally scarce. A mem
ber of a firm of baling powder manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers in the Dominion advertised
unsuccessfully a few months ago for
boys and girls, and had to empio?
adult labor instead. So precious are
these young people, indeed, that it is
found that the only way is to take
boys when they are offering, usuallj
at the beginning of the year, and keep
them through slack seasons. This
particular firm gives boys straight
from school $3 a week to start, and
by tbe time they have been at the fac factory
tory factory a year or 18 months they get $5.
Boys of fourteen in the boot trade in
New Zealand get $3 a week tc start
BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR
"Three years ago when I was lin lining
ing lining in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a (bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it hene hene-fited
fited hene-fited him at once. I find it the best
cough medicine for children hecause
it is pleasant to take. They do not
ohject taking it," writes Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and may
be given a child as confidently as to
an adult. Sold iby all dealers. ad
Good Word fsr the Grass-Widower.
"No one seems v to dwell on the
charms of the grass-widower; and of
all men, he is the most attractive.
He hasn't a wife In his Immediate
vicinity to demand all his attentions;
he hasn't th consciousness of his own
eligibility like the average bachelor,
nor the shadow of a dead romance
about him like a bona-fide widower.
In fact, for ordinary social purposes
there's nothing so convenient or
charming &s he grass-widower."
A budding author who was making
excursions into humor sent a para paragraph
graph paragraph to the editor of a daily paper.
Not finding it printed within a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable time or hearing from the edi editorial
torial editorial department he wrote about its
welfare: "I sent you a joke about ten
days ago. I have heard nothing re respecting
specting respecting Its safe receipt, and should be
glad to hear whether you have seen
it." The editor's reply was as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Your joke arrived safely, but
up to the present we have not seen it.
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naTi4INc;! mow can
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Up. OOUAR. WHEN yoi;
jDon O.IaRae, a 'ray about 12 years
61L accidentally hlew one ohis
th u mb s off v i th a ri : I e ca rtri d ge
about 4 o'clock tlis afternoon.
COCRAGK IN WAR
What AVar Teache As Well As
Courage in war of (business is born
of good pure ibloocL Pu re Sblood is the
greatest bls-jsing mankind can have.
(Millions of peolo'ne3d this" power powerful
ful powerful vegetable remedy that puts the
stomach, livor and ibowuls in fine con condition;
dition; condition; that clears. the skin of pim pimples,
ples, pimples, rash, (blemishes and eozema;
that dissolves 'boils and carbuncles:
that makes nerves stronger and stead
ier and gives, to pale weak, rundown
people the fullest measure of health
!Br. Pierce's Golden Medidal Dis Discovery,
covery, Discovery, free from alcohol or narcotics
does lust what is stated above, sim
ply because it banishes from the blood
all poison and impure matter, at is
tho world's great Blood Purifier; so
enters joints, dissolves the impure de deposits
posits deposits and carries them, out, as it does
all impurities, through the Liver,
Rowels, Kidneys and 'Skin.
If you have indigestion, sluggish
liver, backache over the kidneys, na na-s.il
s.il na-s.il or other Catarrh, unsteady nerves
or unsightly skin, get Dr. Pierce's
Golden jMedical Discovery to-day and
start at once to replace your impure
blood with the kind that puts energy
and ambition into you and brings
hack youth and vigorous action.
A GREAT BOOK EVERY
WOMAN SHOULD HAVE
df. you will pay the mailing charges
'Doctor Pierce will send you his cloth
bound hook of over 10 00 pages new newly
ly newly revised with color plates and illus illustrations.
trations. illustrations. Everyone" should read and have it
in case of accident or sickness In the
Treats, of so many subjects in such
an interesting manner that knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the human (body is quickly
and easily attained by all who -read,
Send 20 etuis in stamps for mailing
charges to (Dr. iPierce, Invalid's Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, iBuffalo, iN. Y., and enclose this
notice. 'Adv. 1
. : -7-
Things of Real Worth.
When a man begins -looking at the
clock, when the main thing is to get'
the largest possible output in the
shortest possible time, industrial art
takes flight. It returns only when
further developments in culture make
it impossible for the race to remain
satisfied with machine-made surround surroundings;
ings; surroundings; when the clock is once more
turned to face the wall, and man once
mere sets himself an ideal of beauty
and worth, rather than of speed.
Common Origin of Language.
All the subtleties of language, sound sounding
ing sounding poetry id melodic phrase come
from the stimulus imparted to a tast
ing tongue muscle by the necessity
in a far-gone age of utilizing our
mouths to full capacity In enjoying
what we were eating and in making
noises while we did it.
School Teacher's Mission.
To capture the: citadel .of a child's
mind through lore and sympathy: to
lead pupils toward higher ideals of
life and duty; to establish closer re relations
lations relations between home and school and
state; to exalt puiity of life and con conduct;
duct; conduct; to strengthen the moral tone ot
the community; to make good men
and women ; to estabdsh and dignify
the profession of teaching; to make
education attractive; to magnify the
state; to meet the need for educated
citizenship; such is the exalted mis mission
sion mission of the teacher. Hon. Charles R
Six mlllioK persons make their Ut Ut-tee
tee Ut-tee under ground, working in mines
and quarries. That number is about
twice the population of this country
wlen it decided to cut away from
England and go it alone. Those six
million workers dig four billions of
wealth a year out of the bowels of
First English Concertina.
The first English concertina was
made in 1S29, but there .was a Ger German
man German concertina long before that time.
Mozart (who seems to have written
for every instrument in existence In
his day, including barrel organs, me mechanical
chanical mechanical clockwork, etc.) wrote an
adagio in C major 2-4- time for the
concertina In the year 1779, and also
an adagio and rondo for concertina,
flute, oboe, viola, and 'cello in 1790
bo aa Optixnist vritti LIc'cLr-cr i::.
fTMAT JUST IT, HA
AJMt vje mmy-
The Manccemcnl ol DH. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, EydiroaCilc
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Trader's stands.
La rger Quarters, -More -Fully Equipped iid will be Run
Strictly Upoa Ethical Iiines
iTOtRSj 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. s PHONIC 333
. '- We Aim! J
To Be Upright in Our Dealings
. We. Put
OUR MEATS UP RIGHT
JMakingit Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM
JAiVl ES A UST! N PORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, 'Specifications, Estimates.' Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 Oeala, Florida
? ACCURACY i
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WAU.aCM.VU IUUUIiy ULI1'C8. VUikJUUJ
ESTABLISHICD 1882. &
: : G S A H AM B ROTHERS, ; Less ees, y j ;
First consideration and especial
Teams For Reel lio&t and Heavy
Packing and' Storing
Shipping of Freight,
CCDLLHEE IBE5., Proprietors.
I wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that I now have an experience-1
sewing machine repair man and :f
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me personally he will
call, on you and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or regulating on your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may have. 1
Respectfully, B. Goldman,
ll-2rtf Ocala, Fla.
Ne:ct to O. K. 'Teapot O wee ry.j
, SECURITY Z
attention given to small tracts.
""N Superior to Plaster
Quality or Price
OPEN DAx AXD XIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any ionr. Art v.
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only ;move the bowels,
hut improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For salo
by all dealers. ad
KREGER'3 for fishing tackle.
contractor in the city.
a v i 4
TOE OCALAETCiraGGTAIV TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 10. 1014
PROFITABLE AND PLEASANT
OCAL A OCCURRENCES I
Elks meet tonight.
Odd Fellows meet this evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tonight.
Board of Trade tomorrow night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
F. U. of A. "meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
CLOSING OUT ODD lAiXD ECTD
STATIONERY at reduced -prices at
01 r. W. W. Proctor, ex-county com commissioner
missioner commissioner from the southern part of
the county, was in the city Saturday.
Only a few days left. Better
Bahies contest next week. Phone No.
6 for application cards.
Legglns, hunting coats, saddle
bags and other hunter's necessities,
-at the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.
"Why Pay iMore." 11-7
"The iFlorlda (Enchantment" at
the Temple last night was a great
.picture' story, and was seen by two
Pennants arid ipillow
styles, at KREGER'S.
Mr. 01. ID. .Turnip seed returned to
iDunnellon this morning after spend spending
ing spending several days in the city on bus business.
During the four days of the iMar-ion-Sumter
iFair -we will give 10 per
cent discount on every purchase
anade. Little's -Shoe Parlor. 9-tf
A citizen this morning made the
remark that city politics .hadn't yet
tegun to sizzle, ;but a slight simmer
can be' noticed on the surface of the
Remington or Winchester automat automatic
ic automatic shotguns, special $27.50. Ocala
Pawn and Loan Office. "Why Pay
If you want to, write, The iMurray
Company have a beautiful line of
Hot drinks of all kinds
Court Pharmacy. 2-6 1
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
'Free telephone service for the pub public
lic public at the 'Rexall Store at the fair.
Telephone me at the Rexall Store on
the fair grounds. Gerig's. 11-40
AV. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
? ( i t C. 1 3 A "H J
Yfau ouSht to Ihave
Smi pomm0 Jhomnie
r LAV K. 7-
p a c u
This report Is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily -by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. &x. MIn. R. F.
Nov. 1 76 51
(Nov. 2. ...... .8 55
Xov. 3. ... 77 53
'Nov. 4 80 58
Nov. 5 ... .80 53
(Nov. f. 79 54
Nov. 7s. ., 79 54
I(ov. 8... ...... 7 9 56 ..
l'ov. 9. . . ... .74 62 .33
'Fair tonight and Wednesday;'
warmer tonight east coast; warmer
Wednesday extreme (northwest; fair
tonight and Wednesday warmer.
The ipu'blic is invited to use our
telephone, free of charge, -while at
the fair grounds. Gerig's the "Rexall
Stare. 1 11-10
IMr. iDick (Ilulme, who for years
traveled this territory for the Van Van-Deman
Deman Van-Deman & (Lewis Company, the Jack Jack-sonville
sonville Jack-sonville grocers, is here 'calling on
the retail trade for a ginger ale
manufacturing concern in New York
state. This is his first appearance in
Florida in several years and his
many friends over the state -will be
pleased to see him again and learn
that he is to toe permanently in this
Harmony cocoa nutter cream. A
soothing cleanser for .the face and
hands, 50 cents, at Gerigs ad tf.
IMr. Robert L. West, the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg resident vice president of
the J. S. (McCrary Co., is in town.
The McCrary Company makes a spe specialty
cialty specialty of municipal improvements and
has carried out a nunVber of big
contracts in this state.
iWe will have an individual tele telephone
phone telephone at the fair grounds for the
use of the public, free of charge.
Gerig's! '. 11-10
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
We will give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, 'Drug 'Druggists.
gists. 'Druggists. 11-6.
A few extra large sizes of hunting
coats. Ocala Pawn and Loan Office
4Why Pay More." ll-7-4t
FROM JUDGE HOPKINS
3Ieetng of the IVenioeratic Club T-
To the SMembers of the Young LMen's
There .will be a meeting of the
Young 'Men's Democratic Club held
in the K. of P. hall Wednesday
night, iNov. 11, 1914; at 7:30 p. m.
(Matters of importance will come be
fore the club and every member is
ged to attend.
Refreshments turkey purlo.
A. S. iMinshall, Secretary.
Messrs. F. W. Ellison and 31. C.
Jones of Anthony,, leave today for
the lower east coast country, where
they will enter business, the former
probably taking up farming and lat
ter will ibe'connected with one of the
large garages of iMiami. While we
dislike losing .these two .worthy citi citizens,
zens, citizens, we wish them every possible
success in their new home.
Messrs. S. T. Sisirunk, W. M.
Gober, E. L. Stapp and W. B. Gal
lagher visited Bushnell today, the
two former on professional business
connected with a bankruptcy case
involving the house for which the
Notice is given of the packing of
the Advent box, which Is packed an annually
nually annually iby the Woman's Auxiliary of
Grace Episcopal church. This year
the !box will go to Rev. B. '-Allen,
Waynesville, N. C, for the benefit of
the mountain missions under his
charge. Contributions are solicited
both from the members of the church
and congregation. 'New and second
hand clothing, clean and in a con
dition to give comfort and service
to the people of a colder climate will
be thankfully received. 'Shoes and
stockings are especially needed, and
it is "hoped that money will (be given
that new shoes and stockings may
be purchased, for the need is great.
A committee will call on each mem
ber of the church, and congregation
and contributions may be sent to
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger's not later than
the twentieth of this month, that the
box may foe .packed as soon as possi
ble after that date, so as not to inter
fere .with fair week.
Mrs. C IL.. Bittinger,. Secretary.
Advice of Mother no DouLt Pre Prevents
vents Prevents Daughter's Untimely End.
Ready, Ky. I was not able to do
anything tor nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me" any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought
it was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
I think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Write t; Chatt&noora Medicine Co.. Ladies'
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Seciat
I M "II
jHStructtoiu on your case ana o-pag took, noma
Treatment ior Women," in plain wrapper. N.C. 123
Belleview, Nov. 9th.
'Editor Star: In fairness 'to many
of the readers of your paper, and the
(public, I ask you to print the follow
ing statement, viz:
In your weekly of the 6th, the Bel Belleview
leview Belleview correspondent says of -the 50
votes cast at the election on the 3rd,
L. Legrand (Hopkins and R. H. Nich Nichols,
ols, Nichols, respectively, received 31 votes
This is a. misstatement.- Hopkins re
ceived 45 votes and Nichols 41. Ten
of these votes were thrown out, be
ing marked on the wrong side of the
name. Your correspondent says
quite a number of white "democrats
voted for Mr. J. N. Shedd. There
were only six votes cast for (Mr.
Shedd, one of these was thrown-out
for not 'being marked with the x.
Quite a number of white democrats
voted for Hopkins and iXichols.
Your correspondent has forgotten
that two years ago every negro in
the twenty-first district that could
vote was 'induced to vote against
Hopkins (a democrat) for justice of
the peace, several whites joining
with them. Hiring a house in which
to -teach the negroes how to vote.
one merchant that was a republican
then but now claims to be a demo democrat,
crat, democrat, furnished the negroes with cig cigars
ars cigars and aided them all he could. .The
negro vote was all right when it was
against Hopkins, but all wronir in
this election because they would not
vote against him. Hopkins did not
want the office and for some time re refused
fused refused to be a candidate. He did not
ask a negro to vote for him.
Proof the foregoing can 'be fur furnished
nished furnished if desired.
'L. Legrand Hopkins.
We offer one hundred dollars re
tward for any case of catarrh that
cannot he 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 helieve him perfectly honorable
in all (business transactions ana n n-nancially
nancially n-nancially able to carry out any obli
gations made by his firm.
National 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 jbottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's "Family
Pills for constipation. ad
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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 has to have the money
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 write.
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When you ant results put your ad. ,in the STAR.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local needs.
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, FJa. 9-9-tf
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FOR QAIJE-IHoinemade, jellies, pre preserves,
serves, preserves, canned fruits, pickles and
catsup.. tMrs. P. iH. Gillen. 4-tf
WANTED To buy a second-hand
Instantaneous gas water heater.
iMus't toe In good condition. Afpply
to Box 223, Ocala. Hl-7tf
FOR SADE Ford touring car, re recently
cently recently overhauled and in perfect
condition; new tires; cheap for
cash. Apply at 4.22 (Magnolia
WA'NTELWBy white girl who is
quick, willing and intelligent,
though: deaf and dumb, a (position
to do general 'house work in family
in Ocala. Apply at Star Office, or
Dr. E. Van Hood. 4 dh-tf
OPEN DAY AXD XTGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunch?
at any hour.- Adv.
THY THIS FOR YOUR COUGH
Thousands of people -keep cough
ing ibecause unable to get the right
remedy. Coughs are caused by in
flammation of throat and .bronchial
tubes. What you need is to soothe
this inflammation. Take !Dr. King's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del
icate imucous lining, raises the
phlegm and quickly .relieves the co.i-
ested membranes. Get a oO cent
bottle from your druggist. "Dr.
King's CCew 'Discovery quickly and
completely stopped my cough,"
writes J. R. -Watts, Floydale, Texas.
flloney 'back if not satisfied, but it
nearly" always helps. tu-thr-.fri-'wk.
IT REAIiTjY does rel,ie-e
'.Everybody .who is afflicted with
rheumatism in any form should by
all means keep a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment on hand. The minute you
feel a 'pain or soreness In a joint or
muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Lini
ment. Do not Tub it. Sloan's pene
trates almost immediately right to
the seat of pain, relieving the hot,
tender, swollen feeling and making
the naTt easy and comfortable. Get
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and have it .n
the house against colds, 'sore and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money iback if not satisfied, but it
does give almost instant relief,
Smokeless shells, 55 cents a hox at
the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.
"Why Pay 'More." 11-7
X ACTIVE LIVER
If you want good health, clear
complexion and freedom from dizzi
ness, constipation, biliousness, head
aches and indigestion, take Dr.
Kings' .New Life Pills. They drive
out the fermentins: and un.iirstfd
foods, clear the blood and cure con-
&Liptf.uoii. uniy zo cents at your
FOUND IA gold har pin: Owner
can have same tty describing prop property
erty property and tpaying for this ad., and
a suitable reward. Call at this
FOR RiBXT A furnished room
for two gentlemen or married co u u-iple;
iple; u-iple; electric lights, bath, etc.;
! rates reasonable. Apply at 303 X.
Orange street after 5 p. m. 11 9-6t
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books for the payment of
19L4 state and county taxes are now
Be sure and bring or send a cor
rect description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do
ing you greatly lessen the (possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2 ) per cent, discount for all
Xoremiber payments and one ( 1 )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert;
11-3-2 ra Tax Collector 'Marion Co.
I will give fifty dollars as first payment on one of those $100 lots
in Marion Heights, and one chance on. that t
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S1,000 FFeiiliM Ecuise ; mi- Ml
to the man or woman, boy or girl, writing the .best poem on the
out the thought as a means of reducing the high cost of
Poem to contain not over twen ty lines.
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NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that v the
undersigned, ; heretofore appointed
receiver in a certain cause pending
In Marion county, Florida-circuit
court, in which Oklawaha River
Farms Company is complainant, and
D. H. Kirkland, defendant, will sell
at the Oklawaha iRiver Farms,; near
Oklawaha, in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on
November 12th, 1914,-
beginning at the hour of 10 o'clopk
in the forenoon, seven hundred and
eighty-one (781). bushels of corn
nowin the possession of said receiv receiver,
er, receiver, or so much thereof as may re remain
main remain unsold at that time. Informa Information
tion Information in regard t the sale may be had
by application to J. B. Martin, re receiver,
ceiver, receiver, Oklawaha, Fla.
J. B. .Martin. Receiver.
CONCORDIA LODGE P. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
. Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
Advertise in the STAR for results.
elver & MacICa
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERi
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
O. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Ul Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER ,104
C. V. ROBERTS .305
Undertaking Office 47
The city tax books have lb een open
for payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they he closed 'Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
N Office in court house. 11-6-t
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YOUJE Stcnosraphsr. Bookkeeper,
Billing Clerk. Tclephcna Operator,
x .female; member ct your
Cecidea to leave Sartirday,
ly to use the Female Help
"Cituaticn Wanted Female
bright end early ths nsrt
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Commercial Hank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
Post liox -!tlU..' Ijocal or
IiOn Distance .Phone, '2D;l
"AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High. Clavs re
tail bar and Mail Order Ilquse. 1 can give you the best there
is, and a3 much as any one else fn business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what : the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES
DELAY TREATING YOUR
A slight cough often becomes seri serious,
ous, serious, lungs get congested, hroncia.1
tubes fill with mucous. Your vitali vitality
ty vitality is reduced. You need Dr. .Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It soothes your
irritated air passages, loosens mu mucous
cous mucous and makes your system resist
colds. Give the baby and children
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to help them. Only 25c at
your druggist. tu-thr-fri-wkly
Good Old 65 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon.
Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon.. JJ2 QQ
Good Old ;70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You will be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
MEN m PJOJDME,
Put Your Ad. in the STAR it you want RESULTS